Australia WA top cop: Police 'won’t yield to anarchy'

12:10  11 january  2018
12:10  11 january  2018 Source:

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Western Australia’s Police Commissioner has said officers will continue to engage in high speed pursuits to chase suspects, adding the force can't "yield to anarchy."

It comes as the State Coroner released findings on a string of deadly pursuits, and called for police to be given extra funding to purchase a new helicopter to make the practice safer.

The Inquest found between 2010 and 2016 WA Police engaged in 5278 pursuits.

881 of those resulted in a crash and 27 people were killed.

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Police Commissioner Chris Dawson today confirmed he’s investigating with treasury, to see the money can be made available.

Currently, WA Police have two choppers, one of which is 30 years old.

"One thing that this coroner's inquest finding clearly proves is that police air support is quite vital in insuring we get the best possible outcome in police pursuits," Commissioner Dawson said.

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