Wichita police policy on lights, sirens questionedThe Wichita Eagle
Feb. 05, 2013
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Since 2007, three people in Wichita have been killed in accidents with officers who were allegedly speeding and did not have their lights and sirens on. The city has paid out $500,000 to settle two lawsuits. A third lawsuit, filed in December, is pending.