A pursuit by Grandview police that ended in 2004 with a crash in Leawood highlights the differences in pursuit policies among area police departments.
A pursuit by Grandview police that ended in 2004 with a crash in Leawood highlights the differences in pursuit policies among area police departments. Submitted photo
A pursuit by Grandview police that ended in 2004 with a crash in Leawood highlights the differences in pursuit policies among area police departments. Submitted photo

Mid-America Regional Council will study police pursuit policies in the Kansas City area

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