Police officers banned from chases, besides in circumstances of “blood crime”. This is the measure put in place Wednesday, June 2 in Sarcelles, in Val-d’Oise, by a police commissioner, reveals The Parisian.
According to the day by day, the measure was taken following an accident involving a scooter, the driving force having been significantly injured. “The district of Sarcelles has too often been confronted with phenomena of refusal to comply, having caused serious accidents”, it’s written in a memo. Accordingly, this identical memo prohibited “taking charge of a motorized vehicle” if the driving force refuses to conform. Only one exception is tolerated: if the accused particular person is “the author of a flagrant blood crime”.
According to the nationwide police, it would solely bea reminder of one other memo from 1999, and in a approachkeep away from endangering the inhabitants, delinquents and the police within the occasion of an accident. For their half, a number of police officers protested towards the measure with the Parisian. They worry that this memo encourages some type of assurance of impunity on the a part of offenders.