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Crims allowed to just get away

WEDNESDAY’S high speed chase through Victoria and NSW has highlighted the failings of the “terminate pursuit” policy of both the Victorian and NSW police services.
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As things stand an officer who in most cases is not even involved in the actual pursuit decides at what stage the pursuit of a speeding vehicle must be terminated.

This was introduced to avoid collisions occurring due to excessive speeds of the vehicle being pursued, and to a great extent that has worked.

However, the “bad boys” who are being pursued have now realised this and simply increase their speed until they see the police vehicle pull over and they know they have escaped.

NSW Police have recently upgraded their communications in the Border area so as to make it more difficult for offenders to listen in to communications.

Within one day of that system being switched on a digital feed was available on the web to be listened to on your phone or computer.

Victoria Police are yet to upgrade their communications and are still able to be listened to on.

Both forces spend an enormous amount of time and money training specialist drivers and equipping pursuit vehicles to apprehend these offenders only to be told “terminate pursuit” when clearly they have the offender in view and are potentially able to apprehend them.

Surely there comes a time when police are allowed to pursue a vehicle successfully.

In Wednesday’s chase the Victorian officers were in fact ordered to “terminate at border” even though the three highway patrol units were also special constables in NSW.

Had the officers been allowed to continue the pursuit cross border the offender in that case in my opinion would not have evaded police at the border.

The cross border problem has been a bugbear that both forces have been forced to endure for some time.

Surely its time that our officers were allowed to do their job.

— FRANK SCOTT,

Lavington

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