Police Pursuit Technologies

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Essay #: 058139
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Abstract
This paper shall discuss the various technologies and techniques employed by law enforcement during police pursuits.
Police Pursuit Technologies
High-speed car chases have garnered significant media attention over the past couple of decades with the emergence of multiple twenty-four hour news channels. Some of these pursuits end with horrendous results, often times broadcast for millions to see in real time. As media coverage of police pursuits has grown, law enforcement officials have looked to develop new methods to quickly and safely end the pursuits before anyone in the community suffers collateral damage. The police use helicopters, satellites, spike strips and driving maneuvers to put an end to high-speed pursuits. In...
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