Policy restrictiveness and police pursuits

@article{Becknell1999PolicyRA,
  title={Policy restrictiveness and police pursuits},
  author={Conan Becknell and G. Mays and Dennis Giever},
  journal={Policing-an International Journal of Police Strategies \& Management},
  year={1999},
  volume={22},
  pages={93-111}
}
Police officers frequently receive criticism for excessive use of force and, at times, the criticism becomes litigation. The use of excessive force is manifest in areas such as the unauthorized use of firearms and the videotaped and much publicized beating of motorist Rodney King. However, recently police scholars and practitioners have come to realize that the use of police vehicle pursuits also have the potential to become deadly force. This issue is appearing with increasing frequency and it… Expand

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