October 3, 2022 | View as webpage | Too many emails? Update Subscription Preferences

Dear Police1 Member, 

Spike strips have been used in law enforcement since the 1990s. In many cases, their deployment has resulted in the successful termination of pursuits. Unfortunately, they have also collaterally contributed to the injury and deaths of peace officers and civilians.  

Police1 is conducting a short survey to understand the risks of spike strip deployment and make recommendations regarding continued use. 

Share your experiences here. 

Stay safe,   

— The Police1 Team 

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