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Less Lethal

Less Lethal

The Less Lethal topic section covers the complex topic of nonlethal force using Tasers and other weapons by police officers, with the latest news, training and expert columns. This topic is aimed at arming officers with the information they need to properly deploy nonlethal weapons.
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April 01, 2010
In rural Wisconsin, a case study in mutual aid Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

In rural Wisconsin, a case study in mutual aid

A violent domestic, a house fire, a knife-wielding suspect, multiple rescues, and a “seamless response” give us an opportunity to sit back and be amazed - Full Story
March 24, 2010
What does the Bryan v. City of Coronado decision mean? Chuck Joyner - Survival Sciences

What does the Bryan v. City of Coronado decision mean?

Officers must understand the seriousness of their actions after a use-of-force incident — it's critical to write a report that clearly articulates the threat - Full Story
March 11, 2010
P1 First Person: The PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

P1 First Person: The "other court"

By Jim Guffey PoliceOne ContributorI promised myself that I was going to stay out of the TASER argument... - Full Story
March 10, 2010
5 lessons learned from a deadly encounter with an Charles Remsberg - 10-8: Life on the Line

5 lessons learned from a deadly encounter with an "unarmed" subject

In Waterloo, Iowa, a suspect is "unarmed" — but still very dangerous — in a textbook case for never underestimating a "weaponless" opponent - Full Story
March 04, 2010
10 key steps for safe, effective simulation training Gary T. Klugiewicz - Klugie's Correctional Corner

10 key steps for safe, effective simulation training

For the purposes of this discussion, let’s assume that the instructors reading this article already... - Full Story
March 02, 2010
Training to develop knockdown power with your baton Gary T. Klugiewicz - Klugie's Correctional Corner

Training to develop knockdown power with your baton

Batons can be very effective in controlling violently resisting subjects but this requires the right equipment as well as necessary training to ensure effectiveness - Full Story
February 16, 2010
Keeping your less lethal options open Andrew Hawkes - Highway Drug Interdiction

Keeping your less lethal options open

Less lethal weapons and training are always improving, and in generations to come, we'll have new tools and resources - Full Story
February 03, 2010
Dangerous cowards and deadly arithmetic in LE Tony Blauer - SPEARtips: Close Quarter Tactics with Tony Blauer

Dangerous cowards and deadly arithmetic in LE

Multiple-attacker scenarios are very survivable — additional opponents provide you with additional targets to hit! - Full Story
January 27, 2010
Staying professional despite provocation Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

Staying professional despite provocation

Beware of trigger words in a suspect’s verbal onslaught because the man who angers you conquers you! - Full Story
January 27, 2010
Science, liability, use of force, and restraint asphyxia Dr. Darrell L. Ross - Legal Issues and Concepts

Science, liability, use of force, and restraint asphyxia

Research shows that a sudden in-custody restraint death is a statically rare event given the annual number of police contacts with citizens - Full Story



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