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Imagine being a police officer doing your daily routine job You are in a patrol car on the highway watching the cars and trucks drive by You are also looking for speeders to warn them to be more careful and maybe youll ticket them It has been a very boring day for you since you have only been called on your radio once and it was for an accident fender bender Almost at the end of your shift a blue car drives by going ninety miles an hour but you know the speed limit is only fifty-five miles an hour You pull the patrol car out of the gravel area that you had been sitting in and you start to follow the car You put your lights on and catch up to them After a few minutes you pull the person over You get out of the car and start walking over towards the blue car You are right about to talk to the driver and he drives off leaving nothing but dust in your face Now the adrenaline is pumping in your body but what should you do You could call for backup or follow the blue car Anything could happen How far should you actually go This is the question that will be answered in this paper I will explain what police pursuit is and some different things officers do during a pursuit I will also give some statistics about the fatalities that have happened in a police pursuit I will also illustrate my opinion about how far police pursuits should go A true definition of a police pursuit occurs when a police officer attempts to stop a vehicle and the driver of the car refuses to obey the officer Solgen 1 At this point the policeman pursues for the purpose of stopping the vehicle or being able to identify the car The police officer should most likely be in a patrol car
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