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After a long time of depending on motorised vehicles, police units around the world are starting to see once again the value of bicycles for policing. The Parramatta command was the first in Sydney to adopt bikes, and it was an instant success in community policing. It now receives calls from other units wanting to start their own. It has grown to 14 members , has achieved arrests and laid more than charges.
It has contributed in bringing Parramatta down from the 3rd worst crime area to a ranking of He tells us how it all started, describes a typical day in the bike unit, and shares his thoughts on cycling in Western Sydney. Using bikes for policing is a very cost-effective way of fighting crime and working together with the community. The advantages :. An article titled Cities Turning to Bicycles , from the Worldwatch Institute , estimates that "more than 2, police departments in the United States, Canada, Australia, Iceland, and Russia have bicycle units, with some 10, officers on bikes".
It was found that arrest-rates jumped when bikes were introduced. The NSW Police service could expand on this great initiative :. Police escort in one of our rides. Write to the Parramatta Local Area Command, congratulate them and ask them to expand the scheme.
So what do you think? Do you support police units expanding on this idea? Have you seen any in action around your area? Join our mailing lists. Feature — Police on Bikes Leave the car at the station The advantages : Bikes are quiet , making them very effective in catching people red-handed. Bikes are deceptively fast in urbanised areas. They can get to spots where cars would find it very hard.
They are very cheap to buy and maintain, providing better value for our tax dollar. Much larger areas can be covered than on foot. Higher morale and health for officers. It encourages cyclists to follow road rules.