(above) Two officers watch as a portable explosives device analyzes for trace samples of explosive material after they swabbed a rider's bag at Grand Central Station. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
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Just as recent reports from a major sheriff's department and a large insurer of law enforcement agencies are describing the Taser as one of the safest and most effective subject-control tools in the street cop's arsenal, police use of the device is coming under renewed attack by civil
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Explaining the rapid escalation of force by Gary T. Klugiewicz, P-1 columnist & trainer
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