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Gen. Man. Proc. 620
Vehicle Pursuits and Stop Techniques
|What is the maximum number of emergency vehicles engaged in a vehicle pursuit, inclusive of the primary and secondary vehicle, that a managing supervisor will determine?
|Officers will not engage in paralleling, ramming, caravanning, or driving alongside a __ vehicle.
|When must emergency vehicles without roof-mounted emergency lights and 2 wheeled motorcycles abandon a vehicle pursuit?
|When an emergency vehicle with roof-mounted emergency lights enters the vehicle pursuit.
|When may the secondary vehicle's siren be deactivated?
|If it interferes with radio communications.
|Secondary vehicle driver responsibility: True or False? Follows the primary vehicle at a safe distance and assumes the radio communication responsibilities for the primary vehicle driver.
|While the highest ranking officer monitoring the vehicle pursuit oversees it, does this relieve the managing supervisor of his assigned procedural tasks and responsibilities of the vehicle pursuit?
|The vehicle pursuit will terminate at the Bexar County line, except when?
|When continued vehicle pursuit is authorized by the managing supervisor.
|In all vehicle pursuits which end in the apprehension of the offender outside of Bexar county, the offender is taken
|Before a magistrate of the county in which the arrest is made.
|Does the managing supervisor assign officers to engage in the vehicle pursuit if there are 2 marked police vehicles from outside agencies already engaged in the vehicle pursuit?
|The apprehension and stopping of fleeing suspects must be done ONLY when?
|The benefit of apprehension or stopping fleeing suspects outweighs the risks to the officer and or the public.
|Do situations where an officer follows a subject vehicle, but does not or has not engaged in apprehension efforts, constitute vehicle pursuits?
|Following a subject vehicle for how long, requires supervisory approval?
|More than 15 minutes
|When may the managing supervisor direct assisting police vehicles to box in the fleeing vehicle, utilizing completed boxing-in training?
|In situations where the fleeing vehicle is slowed to a near stop by traffic conditions or other obstacles, or while traveling at speeds less than 30 miles per hour. No other manner of boxing-in is authorized.
|Vehicle pursuit-SUSPECT entries will remain valid for how long?
|2 calendar years
|Vehicle pursuit-ARRESTED entries will remain valid for how long?
|1 calendar year
|In a vehicle pursuit where the suspect evades apprehension or where a vehicle pursuit is terminated, who will the officer forward a copy of the report to?
|the Traffic Investigation Detail (TID)