Chace Avenuse response officers

Chace Avenuse response officers

Snelle achtervolgingen, gevaarlijk rijgedrag en state of the art technologiegebruik. Bekijk hoe de politie van?West Midlands (UK) de wegen veilig houdt in een live behind the crime verslag dat grotendeels via?social media wordt prijsgegeven aan het publiek.


See below for the ?Behind the Wheel? live blog ?which had live updates throughout the evening, with footage of real life crashes and incidents and driving advice from the team.

TUESDAY 18:02
If you have any questions, please tweet us using the hashtag #btwlive.
TUESDAY 18:04
Supt. Blakeman and his team will be providing updates throughout the evening.
TUESDAY 18:06
Acting Superintendent Kerry Blakeman
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Acting Superintendent Kerry Blakeman

Name: Kerry Blakeman

Role:?Acting Superintendent in Force Operations

Age 48. Has worked for WMP for 27 years. ?His favourite car is a?Morris Marina 1.8TC.

Top driving tip:?Adopt the ?what if?? principle ? for example ?what if that car pulls out on me, am I prepared to react??

 

TUESDAY 18:09
B unit started their shift at 3pm with a team briefing led by the shift sergeant. They receive updates about what?s been happening across the force, receive any up to date intelligence and get notified of any vehicles they need to be looking out for while they are on patrol.
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TUESDAY 18:15
We will be using Periscope for our live video updates during tonight?s blog. You can view it live and the footage will be available from mobile devices for 24 hours.
TUESDAY 18:28
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TUESDAY 18:29
Officers are en route to Dudley to an RTC between a motorcycle and a pedestrian.

 

TUESDAY 18:33
Watch this short video to find out about ?the fatal four? ? the four top causes of fatal crashes

TUESDAY 18:35
Latest update from the team and general information about the equipment in a traffic car

TUESDAY 19:01
Collision Investigation Unit at the scene. They are using equipment to get the ?friction value? for the road which forms part of the investigation.

 

TUESDAY 19:02
Profile of PC Jon Butler
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PC Jon Butler

Name: PC Jon Butler,

Age 33

10 years in the job, 6 years on traffic.

Favourite car is Aston Martin DBS

Top driving tip ?? Safely pull over to the left hand side of the road when you see emergency vehicles approaching, do not just stop, it causes great danger to yourself and other road users.

TUESDAY 19:11
Officers have now left the scene and are heading back towards Birmingham on general traffic patrol
TUESDAY 19:14
The Collision Investigation Unit are the ?investigative? arm of the traffic unit. They incorporate the reconstruction team who survey scenes of accidents and recreate them in order to understand what happened and present evidence to court

TUESDAY 19:27
The main aim of all traffic officers is to deny criminals the use of the region?s road network.
TUESDAY 19:31
Officers stopped a driver earlier for speeding on the Hagley road which has a limit of 40mph road. Driver advised in relation to his speed.

 

TUESDAY 19:34
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TUESDAY 19:56
Do you panic when you hear sirens when you?re driving ? Watch this video for advice about how to react when you experience an emergency vehicle approach

TUESDAY 19:59
Just pulled a Mercedes over for not driving with due care and attention on the Walsall Rd in Brum #btwlive Officers having words now??..
TUESDAY 20:03
TUESDAY 20:06
Officers responding to 999 call about a stolen car in West Bromwich

 

TUESDAY 20:20
Profile of PC Stuart Allen
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PC Stuart Allen

Name ? PC Stuart Allen

Role ? Traffic Officer

Age 44 years. 21 years in the job, 14 years on traffic

Favourite car is Ford Fiesta Mark 1 XR2

Top driving tip ? never rush your journey, leave with plenty of time and know your route.

TUESDAY 20:26
This interview with Avril Child, the mother of a young girl who died because of a speeding driver highlights the devastating impact of speeding.

TUESDAY 20:31
Since the accident, Avril has campaigned tirelessly to get the law on speeding drivers changed.

She has recently succeeded in getting a loophole closed which means the most dangerous drivers who are jailed for causing death on the roads can serve out their driving bans while they are in prison. In some cases this meant offenders who have killed people by dangerous or careless driving are able to drive again as soon as they are released. The change in the law means all such driving bans begin only after offenders have left prison. ?News coverage

TUESDAY 20:40

TUESDAY 21:45
Thanks for watching! We hope you enjoyed the blog and we really appreciate everyone getting involved. Make sure you keep an eye out for more blogs in the ?Behind the Crime? series later in the year.

Bronnen: Behind The Crime, West-Midlands Police UK

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