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Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board - Police Pursuit Guidelines

1/13/2022
Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board  - Police Pursuit Guidelines

Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board  - Police Pursuit Guidelines

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Frontline Pro-Standards Tracker "Vehicle Pursuit" incident report has been approved as acceptible to the state. Simply export your pdf and submit to the training board.. DONE!

Pursuit policy guidelines state:

AGENCY REPORTING AND REVIEW PROCESS

A. All agencies engaging in a pursuit will complete an appropriate report of the pursuit incident and assign a case reporting number to each pursuit incident. Agencies involved in interjurisdictional pursuits will obtain an ISPERN number in addition to their own case reporting number.

B. All agencies should investigate pursuit incidents thoroughly. The acquisition of statements, photographs, drawings, preliminary medical reports and any other evidentiary items that are or could be relevant to the conduct of the pursuit incident should be completed.

C. All agencies are requested to complete the "Pursuit Driving Report" (Appendix 1). The "Pursuit Driving Report" should be submitted through the agencies chain of command for internal evaluation and review to determine:
1. Guideline compliance
2. Operational needs
3. Future training needs


REPORTING TO EXTERNAL AGENCY

A. A "Pursuit Driving Report" will be submitted to the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board, 4500 South Sixth Street, Room 173, Springfield, Illinois 62703, by each agency involved in a pursuit.

B. The Training and Standards Board will continue to compile, analyze, publish, and distribute to law enforcement, all data received from the reports.