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    Taser Use Guidelines

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    community, and country at large. To meet this demand, the Asheville Police Department will be adopting the use of Tasers. Though Tasers are potentially lethal, they can be used more safely that a handgun, yet are more incapacitating than chemical spray. The use of Tasers will be explained with training as technology and laws progress. The most important thing is that the use of Tasers always falls within the law. Any actions taken should be proportionate to the situation, and the use of force should

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    The Use of the TASER in the Police Force

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    The Use of the TASER in the Police Force The use of conducted energy weapons in the police force has become increasingly popular since they were introduced only a short while ago. The TASER is claimed to be the safest and most productive type of less lethal force in use today, with a very quick recovery rate and no-long term side effects. The TASER has quickly taken over the harsh use of pepper spray, the brutal force of the baton and in some cases the firearm. However, the TASER has faced massive

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    Taser Technology

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    Taser Technology For years law enforcement has been searching for more effective less lethal options to apprehend suspects. One of the newest technologies available is the Taser, also known by industry standards as an electronic controlled device (ECD). The Taser uses electricity to override the central nervous system, an effect referred to as “neuro-muscular incapacitation (NMI), to cause temporary incapacitation to allow officers to gain control of a subject. Electronic controlled devices

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    Taser Essay

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    of non-lethal force--Tasers. Tasers and stun guns are very similar to one another. Tasers are thought to be a non-lethal alternative to firearms, but in actuality, it has caused more deaths in teenagers than the use of batons and pepper spray which are also another non-lethal alternative to firearms. Law enforcement officers often use Tasers on troubled teenagers when teenagers often pose a threat to themselves or to others around them. Police officers believe that Tasers will control these unruly

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    Police Officers Armed With Tasers

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    be armed with Tasers. This essay will argue that more officers should not be equipped with Tasers, also known as “Conducted Energy Weapons” (CEWs), and that the issuing of Tasers by police services should be limited to supervisors and specialized tactical units until further research has been conducted on the effects that Tasers have on the human body. Furthermore the abuse of Tasers by police officers will also be argued as another reason why officers should not be armed with Tasers. This essay will

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    large controversy over the use of conducted energy weapons (CEW) in both Canada and the United States. Although a 2004 Amnesty International report cited in White and Ready (2007) accounted for up to 74 individuals killed after being shocked by a TASER in both the United States and Canada, these deaths were not completely subject to the conducted energy weapon itself. The Canadian police force should continue to use conducted energy weapons because the positives of the device such as removing the

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    Tasers Can Stop The Heart And Kill

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    Outlaw Tasers Some may say tasers are good and that they are lifesaving, but the shock that comes from the taser can be extremely painful and life threatening. If the taser does not take a life, it can ultimately impact and alter the taser victim’s life. Furthermore, like most products the taser is not always one hundred percent effective or reliable. Due to how dangerous the taser is, with intention or not, and the many outcomes by its use, they should be banned. Though it is suggested the taser would

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    Introduction The purpose of this research paper is many folds, such as to fulfill the requirement in this class, but most important purpose of this paper is to inform the readers of the option police have, if properly armed with, the Taser electric shock delivering device. Needs Assessment: The reasoning behind this paper is also many fold. Primary is after the recent shootings that have taken place in our country as of late, be them on military instillations or school grounds, I have heard lots

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    Non Lethal Weapons

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    Non-Lethal Weapons Philip Simmons November 14, 2016   Abstract In this APA paper Law Enforcement recognizes the purpose of non-lethal weapons, and the reasons why the use of non-lethal weapons would be more effective. Lethal weapons coupled with the use of force has become a social highlight throughout the last few years. The use of non-lethal weapons in law enforcement has become an important asset to Police use of force. It is an ever-increasing problem that is in dire need of immediate action

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    Taking a Look at Non-Lethal Weapons

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    Non Lethal Weapons There is more to no lethal weapons than just pepper spray and tasers. No lethal weapons have a reason, but are more lethal than they are said to be. This is happening the more they advance. No lethal weapons help to calm rioters by the improvements that are made. There are also injuries that come with no lethal weapons. There are many advancements in the development of no lethal weapons. These advances have increased the interest of no lethal weapons. Lethal landmines were

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