POLICE PURSUITS Your Questions Answered

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Your questions about police pursuits, driving lights and sirens, and how not to crash a police car answered.

part 1: https://youtu.be/xuPkSTR8d4g

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15 thoughts on “POLICE PURSUITS Your Questions Answered

  1. Question for you…. I work at a bar and have been asked to help clean up the gangs and shit that have been making the place not so favorable. I have been dealing with lots of people giving friends their IDs to get into rhe bar. Should they be taken from them when spotted and is it legal to do so? This is Indiana.

  2. Do you guys not have opticoms in the Chicago land area? Here, in metro Minneapolis, almost every city has them at every light and they have a white light on the top of the stop light, that flashes and the lights turn red for every direction that the emergency vehicle is not coming from, which makes it a lot safer for going through stop lights, but there is still the danger at stop signs. Just wondering how you guys have it out there

  3. Not sure if you have already covered this or not, but could you maybe talk about self defense situations where a citizen has defended themselves or has a suspect detained and are awaiting police to arrive and don't want to get themselves shot by the responding officer. Would imagine the office who is being called in would have the mind set that its a bad situation and wants to keep themselves safe. what should that citizen do to make sure that the responding office understands what's happening.

  4. Do a video about your police academy experience (if you remember anything about it), or a video about the police academy in general. You could also cover the topics of riot police and police shootouts. And maybe some storytimes.

  5. Video on winter operations as a cop please! Driving, pursuits, maintenance, helpful tips or things that may (or may not) help in winter vs summer.

  6. What is up with all the Taurus hate? I'm at a metro Atlanta area agency and GREATLY preferred them over the suvs. Hell of a lot easier to get my car around all the crazy ass parking, get in and out of lots and generally just more nimble. Now I'm closer to 5'6 that 6ft, but for officers that aren't trees or barrels (lose it, tubbies) I'm just not seeing the advantage of a Tahoe (in my experience, in this area. I am guessing winter would make a hell of a difference, but winter here just means I don't sweat much.)

    Anyway. Like the Taurus so long as the camera and radar works. Miss my Caprice. Vickie's were big (wonderful) boats but still better than tahoe/explorers.

    Excellent video btw. You're the reason I wear Safe Life, and you've got some of the most even handed, TTP centric stuff out here. I think you make us look good. 👍🏼

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