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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Police analysis is giving an insight into what motivates drivers to flee

    Police analysis is giving an insight into what motivates drivers to flee


    Investigation's showed most have extensive criminal histories - and the majority are also unlicensed.

    Common charges after a pursuit include dangerous driving, licence breaches and vehicle theft.

    Road Policing Director, Superintendent Steve Greally , says it's useful data.

    He says understanding what motivates people gives police a good platform to learn and develop other procedures.

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