Well the two methods that spring to mind during high speed pursuits are spike strips and PIT Maneuvers. Spike strips are relatively effective in that they don't typically endanger bystanders, other vehicles or officers. You deploy them on a road you've already blocked off. The drawback is that they don't always stop the car immediately, it just limits how much longer they can drive on flat tires and rims. PIT Maneuvers you've probably seen on television. They involve matching speeds with the fleeing suspect and approaching on their right rear, then swerving into the side panel, pushing the car into a spin, then when the car is sideways, ramming it to a stop. This is partly effective because the suspect is often trapped in the vehicle, and therefore localized. It doesn't always end the chase, however, plus when the suspect is cornered, even injured, he/she is more likely to use any weapons they have, and the officer will be in close proximity.
Add a chase helicopter, an "eye in the sky" as it were, with a giant spotlight and it can give police an added advantage at tracking the suspect and illuminating the scene once he is stopped.