Portland, Oregon 2022-05-30 16:59:01 –
To: Associated Press
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Olympia, Washington (AP) —Washington Patrol says drivers are increasingly refusing to stop by for soldiers – and other law enforcement agencies say this is becoming a common occurrence. increase.
The Northwest News Network reports that from January 1st to May 17th this year, the agency recorded 934 concession failures.
Patrols haven’t tracked this in the past, but veteran soldiers say there was a dramatic rise.
Steve Strachan, Secretary-General of the Washington Sheriffs Association and Police Chief, said last year on the House Building 1054, a drastic police tactic that banned high-speed tracking of increased concession failures, except in limited circumstances. Is tied to the passage of.
Proponents of police reform opposed the change, which stated that police pursuit was too dangerous.
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