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Chicago :: IL :: USA | over 4 years ago

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The "stun guns" will go in every squad car to give front-line beat officers a more effective way to protect themselves and calm a disturbance. But the electrical devices have caused controversy nationwide, with debates about their safety and lawsuits

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Fort Myers :: FL :: USA | over 4 years ago

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Louisville police began carrying Tasers in 2005, they have been deployed every other day on average, and during a recent 18-month period were used 30 times on people who appeared to be mentally ill. Following an internal department investigation,

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Fort Worth :: TX :: USA | over 4 years ago

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It feels like a big body cramp,” said a Dallas County deputy who has volunteered to be stunned during a training exercise. The deputy, who declined to give his name, was one of about 25 Dallas County officers who attended a basic Taser training

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Ukiah :: CA :: USA | over 4 years ago

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Use of Tasers was justifiable Ukiah Daily Journal Staff Updated: 02/08/2010 11:50:23 AM PST The use of Tasers by police in the death of Christoper Belknap has been found to be a justifiable use of force according to an investigation conducted by the

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Halifax :: Canada | over 4 years ago

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Nova Scotia's auditor general slammed the province's expense system Wednesday and said several politicians had filed "excessive and unreasonable" claims, in part because of inadequate spending controls. Nova Scotia's Department of Education is

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Halifax :: Canada | over 4 years ago

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Police say an unconscious teenager who had too much to drink had to be dragged by sled from a rave at a national historic site in Halifax. Two school boards in Cape Breton are predicting deep cuts in the classroom, if provincial funding is not

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Halifax :: Canada | over 4 years ago

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An expert says there were "many red flags" warning that Howard Hyde was suffering from excited delirium in the hours before he died in a jail cell. Christine Hall, an emergency room doctor based in Vancouver, is testifying at an inquiry into Hyde's

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Perth :: United Kingdom | over 4 years ago

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Australian police have again defended their use of Tasers after a man who had doused a house in petrol caught on fire when officers used a stun gun against him. It was the second time in six months that a man was severely burnt after being stunned

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Cincinnati :: OH :: USA | over 4 years ago

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A man who was seeking psychiatric at a University of Cincinnati hospital died after being shocked with a Taser, school police say. Campus police chief Gene Ferrara called the Jan. 20 death of Kelly Brinson Sr., 45, of Cincinnati, unfortunate and

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Ensley :: FL :: USA | over 4 years ago

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Escambia County Jail inmate Robert Boggon was found dead the night of Aug. 29, 2005, strapped to a restraint chair in the jail infirmary. Boggon, 65, had been arrested 10 days earlier after a disturbance at a Dollar Tree store in Ensley.

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