The use of force with a vehicle refers to instances where a police officer uses a vehicle in a manner that causes harm to a person or property. This type of police misconduct can occur when an officer uses their vehicle to intentionally ram or strike a suspect or other person, or when they engage in high-speed pursuits that pose a risk to public safety. The use of force with a vehicle can result in serious injury or death, and can also have lasting consequences for the individual and their family, as well as for the community as a whole. Law enforcement agencies must establish clear policies and procedures for the use of force, including the use of vehicles, and hold officers accountable for their actions. The use of force with a vehicle can also result in criminal charges against the officer, as well as civil lawsuits.