FULL LIST OF Less Lethal - page 13 Topics
Marijuana legalized in historic votes for Colo. and Wash.–
Recreational use of marijuana was legalized in Colorado and Washington state
PoliceOne Presents: The TASER Experience–
Law enforcement agencies need more than just an assembly of outstanding products — they require complete solutions that seamlessly come together. That’s the TASER Experience. Here you will find a compilation of PoliceOne special coverage featuring TASER — from videos of behind the scenes access at TASER HQ to case studies and survey data.
Crowd Control - Less Lethal Equipment–
Watch as Mike Janin demonstrates the proper outfitting of a crowd control grenadier officer to effect crowd control with less-lethal force options.
TASER Volunteer Testimonials–
Volunteers experience the TASER in a controlled environment at TASER headquarters in Arizona and share their experience!
Accused gunman fired at NY officer in fear of TASER–
Darrell Fuller said he fatally shot Officer Arthur Lopez as the cop approached him during a traffic stop Tuesday
Why Should You Go With TASER?–
Jeff Kukowski, Chief Marketing Officer of TASER International, tells Dave Smith why TASER is the best choice for agencies. The TASER experience is a partnership with law enforcement and TASER works with agencies and experts to provide the exact solutions LEOs need. TASER's mission is to protect life and to protect truth.
Dave Smith tours TASER International Headquarters–
Dave Smith gets a behind-the-scenes look at the TASER International headquarters in Scottsdale, Ariz. TASER is a corporation that builds products, tools and systems for any situation.
TASER training: What the latest research tells us–
New studies that have recently been released offer new insights into medical impacts
Ex-cop: TASER hit showed good judgment–
Officer made an arrest after responding to reports of a fight that had dispersed or never happened
Shoot to kill or shoot to wound?–
I know law enforcement shoots neither to wound nor kill. But the rest of the public doesn’t necessarily understand that. Law enforcement cannot afford to leave the public's understanding to Hollywood, TV, and video games.
UK police TASER blind man, mistaking white stick for sword–
Officers received multiple reports that a man was walking through the town of Chorley "armed with a samurai sword."
UC Davis releases pepper-spray emails–
Notes show officer received several threats
'Tazed' pizza delivery man doesn't give up pies–
Suspect admitted to attacking because he was hungry and wanted pizza
Video: Police deploy TASER on LSD-tripping tourist–
Suspect had "an adverse reaction" to LSD he took during a St. Patrick's Day celebration
The UC pepper spray case and the punch-in-the-nose test–
You don't want to put tax payers' money in the pockets of people who break the law, do you?
PoliceOne top 5
- AG Lynch: US must hold police accountable
- Police departments test gun-mounted cameras
- Tenn. bill to legalize silencers introduced to Congress
- Pa. troopers union criticizes plan to scrap lie-detector tests for recruits
- Ponch and Jon are back in 'CHiPs' movie trailer