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By Jim Weiss
Shooting a suspect is not always the best or most feasible option, and there are more less-lethal products on the market than ever before. We cover what’s new from companies such as SAGE, FN Herstal and TASER in products such as non-aerosol pyrotechnic delivery systems and electronic control devices.
(This article was originally published in Tactical Response May/Jun 2011)
By Darin Dowe
This is the final article in a four-part series discussing less-lethal options and considerations regarding less-lethal
technology. It is important for officers to recognize, treat and document physiological effects on recipients of
less-lethal force. It is also critical that PIOs be educated in less-lethal options so as to properly convey instances of
their use to the media.
(This article was originally published in Tactical Response Sep/Oct 2010)
By Scott Oldham
Utilize the best equipment for each specific mission by knowing and understanding departmental less-lethal options.
(This article was originally published in Law and Order Aug 2005)
By Law and Order Staff
SDI has recently introduced an entire line of less-lethal impact munitions based on their 40mm Blunt Impact Projectile, BIP. Other projectiles carry payloads of marking powder, marking liquid, Oleoresin Capsicum or malodorant. A training version is part of the lineup.
(This article was originally published in Law and Order Mar 2014)
By Van Natta, Jerome
At six locations across the country, Gander Mountain offers the very latest in police-specific simulator training: virtual ranges, live-fire ranges, 180- and 300-degree simulators. Their ranges can be rented at competitive rates, giving medium and smaller departments access to realistic training tools taught by the department’s own instructors.
(This article was originally published in Tactical Response May/Jun 2014)