A dataset of fleeing-driver incidents in New Zealand between 2009 and 2017,
where area-level detail is available. Total fleeing driver incidents are
available with district-level detail only, in the dataset
A data frame with 3441 rows and 5 variables:
Number of incidents
Police area (subdivision of district)
Month of the event
General notes and caveats by the New Zealand Police:
This data contains provisional data which is drawn from a dynamic operational database. This is subject to change as new information is recorded or recoded.
Police’s Fleeing Driver Policy is based on the premise that drivers who fail to stop for Police and who flee to avoid apprehension pose risks to the public, police employees and themselves. In deciding whether or not to pursue a fleeing driver, Police must balance their responsibility to protect lives with their duty to enforce the law. If the decision is made to pursue, Police must prioritise safety by driving with a high standard of care and professionalism and in a manner appropriate to the situation. Total fleeing driver incidents are available with district-level detail only. Approximately 96
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