BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — An East Baton Rouge Metro Council member is calling for a report on the effectiveness of police chases.

Councilman Cleve Dunn Jr. is asking for a report that shows how many people have been killed or injured during police chases. This comes after a police chase killed two cheerleaders on New Year’s Eve.

Data will come from the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office and Baton Rouge police over the last 10 years. It will also include the financial liability of the City-Parish.

“They clearly we’re ready to give the report, so I’m going to bring the item back again and make sure they have all the data that we requested,” said Dunn. “We’ve seen it here locally, we’ve seen it around the country. So I wanted to open up the conversation to our law enforcement officials so we can look at policy and evaluate on what we’re doing and try to reduce that risk for our citizens.”

Council members also questioned the cost of pursuits to taxpayers and suggested that policy changes need to be made.