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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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Man dies in TASER confrontation with Mo. police

Preliminary toxicology results indicated the man had cocaine in his system By JOYCE TSAI The Kansas City... - Full Story


Fatal TASER incident sparks debate in Colo.

DENVER, Colo. — The death of a well-liked real estate agent who was zapped with a police Taser... - Full Story


Durham, N.C. police to get TASERs

By Brianne Dopart The Herald-SunDURHAM, N.C. — Durham police officers will soon carry another sort... - Full Story


N.J. police shooting sparks debate on nonlethal weapons

By William Kleinknecht The Star-Ledger MAPLEWOOD, N.J. — When Maplewood police shot a knife-wielding... - Full Story


Aerosol defense training: Increasing officer safety & effectiveness

By Aaron Dexter When verbal commands fail and/or empty control tactics prove ineffective or inappropriate,... - Full Story


TASERs help Md. police end incident with knife-wielding man

By Andrea F. Siegel The Baltimore SunHANOVER, Md. — Four days after being issued Tasers, Anne Arundel... - Full Story


Man shocked by TASER catches fire

The Associated PressSAN ANGELO, Tex. — Authorities were investigating Tuesday whether a Taser stun... - Full Story


Judgmental training simulators - The good, the bad & the ugly

Why Simulators Are Only As Good As The Trainers That Operate ThemBy John Wills Training Contributor

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