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Lightfield Less Lethal Breaching Rounds Demo–
In this Demo, the 12-gauge metallic lock cutting round and 12-gauge non-metallic lock cutting rounds are used for breaching doors and disabling a vehicle.
Lightfield Less Lethal 37 & 40mm Products–
Lightfield Less Lethal's 37mm & 47mm less lethal ammunitions are color coated to help tell the difference between live and less lethal. A metallic adapter can also be purchased to reduce costs.
Lightfield Less Lethal Overview–
Lightfield has developed a full line of Less Lethal Law Enforcement ammunition that improves the overall utility of the 12 gauge platform. This ammunition is accurate, effective, affordable and designed to address range specific applications.
Deputy hits woman with TASER–
Her trip to the ground would have been softer if she would have initiated it herself when the officer asked.
Forensics technology for TASER application–
When an officer deploys a TASER, some information is forensically stored on the device, but some information is not. For example, whether or not the discharge was a hit, a miss, or a partial discharge, has not — until now — been easily identifiable. Officer Chris Myers of the Seattle Police Department explains how one of the forensics experts with the Washington State Patrol Crime Laboratory has devised a new way to determine the approximate length of a TASER discharge by looking at the TASER probe itself.
Lightfield Less Lethal at SHOT Show 2011–
In this PoliceOneTV Virtual Tradeshow segment, Betsy Bratner-Smith speaks with Neil Keegstra from Lightfield Less Lethal at SHOT Show 2011 about their new home defender less lethal product line.
The Thermite Grenade from ALS Technologies–
Demonstration of a thermite grenade manufactured by ALS Technologies, Inc., a Bull Shoals, AR.-based less lethal and defense logistics company. Visit us online at www.lesslethal.com.
The Green Pocket Smoke Grenade from ALS Technologies–
Demonstration of a green pocket smoke grenade manufactured by ALS Technologies, Inc., a Bull Shoals, AR based less lethal and defense logistics company.
Future Weapons: ALS Technologies Stun Munitions–
Check out this episode of Future Weapons featuring ALS Technologies Stun Munitions.
SABRE’s New MK-60 vs. Traditional MK-46–
Check out this 1 second burst demo of SABRE's new crowd management product, the MK-60 vs. the traditional MK-46.
The SABRE MK-60 – The Fastest, Safest and Easiest to Refill Crowd Management Projector!–
The new MK-60 technology allows the product to be quickly filled on-line or on the way to a disturbance without the need of an external nitrogen tank.
Ryan Spurling: Reaction and Response to TASER Hit–
Dave Smith talks to Cpl. Ryan Spurling of the Washington State Patrol about the different responses people can have to TASER hits. In performing different exercises to determine a subject's ability to shoot a gun while being tased, the Washington State Patrol found that under certain conditions, the subject may still be able to use deadly force on an officer.
Cops in Ohio TASER DUI suspect–
Police in Ohio use a TASER on a woman they arrested on suspicion of drunk driving. In this surveillance video, you see her tumble to the floor and hit her head on a chair.
P1 Editor Doug Wyllie gets TASER-ed–
"I guess this is what happens when you're close personal friends with a lot of the good people at TASER International."
Drunk woman goes wild on cops–
A woman arrested in a DUI in Florida puts up a fight with members of the Pasco County Sheriff's office. She continues to protest even after her friend tries to calm her down.
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