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1
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What is the overriding principle for urgent duty driving

A
  • Public and Police safety takes precedence over necessity to urgent duty driving
  • No duty is so urgent that it requires public or Police to be placed in unjustified risk
2
Q

What type of vehicles should be used when deployed UDD?

A
  • Cat A as more visible

- Can use other but consider risk assessment for self

3
Q

What is urgent duty driving?

A

Driving above speed limit or nature flow of traffic and not comply with traffic rules

eg

  • Responding to critical incident
  • Gathering evidence of offence
  • Arresting offender or fleeing driver
  • Motorade
  • Act approved by Commissioner
4
Q

What is a critical incident?

A
  • Force or threat of force to person faces risk
  • of serious harm
  • people in act of committing crime
5
Q

What is a tactical approach and is there a defence if something going thought traffic lights or intersections?

A
  • Urgent driving without lights or sirens
  • Allows to get closer to incident
  • without alerting everyone
  • better chance of getting evidence
  • no defence for traffic lights and intersections
6
Q

What is the overriding principle for fleeing driver?

A
  • Public and Police safety take precedence over the immediate apprehension of a fleeing driver
7
Q

Who can conduct a non complaint vehicle stop?

A
  • Trained AOS or STG members

- in response to armed fleeing driver

8
Q

What is your power to stop a vehicle under the Land Transport Act 1998 for traffic enforcement?

A
  • S114
9
Q

Section 113 allows Police to complete some acts on the vehicle and require some things from people. What are these things?

A
  • Obtained details of person whether or not in charge of vehicle
  • Inspect, test, examine the brakes or any part of vehicle or documents on vehicle
  • Enter or authorise person to move vehicle causing obstruction in road or entrance to property.
  • Forbid driver without license
  • vehicle or riding animal to stop in particular line of traffic
  • Direct pedestrian not to cross road
10
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Section 114 give the power to stop and get details of driver. What does this section allow?

A
  • Stop with lights or siren
  • Obtain details of driver
  • if own vehicles and if not who does
  • Stop no longer the 15 mins to obtained details
  • K9 for false details
11
Q

You suspect a person has failed to comply with S114 and has committed traffic offence (reckless or dangerous, Drug or EBA). S119 is a power of enter what does it allow you to do?

A
  • MUST BE freshly pursing
  • enter and use force
  • exercise power as if located person were in a vehicle
  • No power to K9 except for EBA
12
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Section 120 allows a power to K9 for certain circumstances what are they?

A
  • EBA offences
  • Causing death or injury EBA
  • Assault Police
  • Doesn’t complete CIT
13
Q

S121 allows you to immobile a vehicle what does this allow you to do and what must to happen to do this?

A
  • Person in charge
  • Incapable of control physical or mental condition
  • Did not complete CIT
  • Failed or refused EBA test
  • Work or test time
  • Can
  • forbidden for specific time
  • Direct to drive to place for rest
  • Take keys
  • Immobile vehicle or move
14
Q

Can you K9 for driving while forbidden?

A

YES

15
Q

If a driver has breached licence conditions under S121A what can you do?

A
  • Forbid
  • Take keys
  • Immobile vehicle
  • K9 for failing to comply
16
Q

Under some circumstances Police can temporarily close a road under S35 of the Policing Act if it is in the public interest to do so. What does this mean?

A
  • Believe the following is or will be committed
  • public disorder
  • Danger to any person
  • Offence of 10 yrs or more
  • Motorway, Private road or way
  • Includes pedestrians
17
Q

When in a fleeing driver incident what is the key objective and what is preferred?

A
  • Resolved incident as quick as possible with less force

- Inquiry phase is preferred over the fleeing driver incident

18
Q

What are 4 principles of UDD?

A
  • Public and Police safety must be prioritised
  • Must be on safest possible manner
  • Drive to speed and manner appropriate to circumstances
  • Use TENR
  • Legally responsible for your actions
19
Q

Driver must take all circumstances into account when deciding to continue or commence UDD. What are some of these factors?

A
  • Time of incident
  • Nature and seriousness
  • Proximity of incident
  • Proximity of other units
  • Conditions ie weather, road type, other traffic
20
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What is the supervisor responsibilities for UDD?

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  • Manages performances relating to UDD
  • ID and manages health and safety risk to staff
  • Reports policy breaches
  • Investigates and reports crashes
21
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What are some additional principles of a fleeing driver incident?

A
  • Fleeing drivers will be held account
  • Decisions to abandon will be supported
  • Apply TENR and be flexible to change of circumstances

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