Grand Jury Report Urges Police to Ease Up on High-Speed Chases Because of Possibilities of Injuries and Death

CBS Evening News: A report this week by a grand jury in California strongly urges police to ease up on high-speed chases, which put bystanders at risk. Jamie Yuccas reports from Los Angeles, the car-chase capital.

More than 400 police chases in 2016-2017 were analyzed, and 1 in 10 police chases involved a person being injured, 3 people were killed.

Nationwide: 91% of the police chases involved responses to non-violent crimes.

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