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Glynn County police officers will no longer chase suspects who flee when they are being pulled over for only traffic violations, an updated policy for the department dictates.

The policy, updated via a directive from interim chief O’Neal Jackson on Jan. 9, is part of a growing trend among law enforcement agencies, which top brass say are aimed at protecting the public, the officers, and the suspects.

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