Ten guidelines for use of Tasers in simulated training environments
by guest columnist Todd Brown, chief trainer for IES Interactive Training
The use of Taser conducted energy weapons in law enforcement has increased dramatically over the last few years. The less-lethal weapons have proven effective in a variety of situations and their use has been credited with saving many lives; in many cases if the Taser devices weren't effective the only alternative left to the officer would have been lethal force
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Be prepared and get back in the fight (Secure - Login Required)
by Scott Buhrmaster, PoliceOne Managing Editor
As you watch this gripping footage of a U.S. military medic being shot by Iraqi insurgents, watch how quickly this soldier regains his composure, gains control of his weapon, begins scanning for the threat
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