19 Multiple choice questions
- risk to the public or the officer (or other officers) outweighs the benefit of apprehending the violator.
- be positioned so the violator has sufficient time to stop.
- notify dispatch that he or she is initiating or terminating a pursuit.
- no warning that the crash may occur, unless the use of deadly force is necessary.
police decision to start or continue a pursuit is subject to court
review under the doctrine of negligence, not just as a use of force
under the Fourth Amendment.
- keep in contact with the dispatcher and other assisting units during the entire
- driving methods to accommodate nighttime conditions.
- agencies, but prompt reporting is always required.
- ~ the violator crashes.
~the officer crashes.
- duty to protect the public when choosing to continue a pursuit.
- non-police equipment to block a roadway, and they should never remain seated in vehicles used to obstruct the roadway.
- areas that provide a clear view of the roadblock from both sides and highways, streets, or roads.
- available emergency equipment during a pursuit.
officer or agency has no duty to guarantee a person's safety unless a
special relationship exists between the police and that person.
- must be notified of any changes or additional help needed.