stun baton

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a weapon designed to disable a victim temporarily by delivering a nonlethal high-voltage electric shock


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Eyewitness and one of the alleged victims, Mona El-Sayed Ahmed, claimed that "thugs" with weapons, sticks, electroshock weapons and chains "insulted the women and insulted police.
Police are pushing for all frontline officers to be armed with controversial electroshock weapons, but an investigation has revealed that some have been used at younger and younger targets.
A witness who knew the subjects believed that they might have numerous edged weapons, an electroshock weapon, or pepper spray in their possession or in the room.
The incident was one of several uses of the electroshock weapon investigated by Ombudsman Dr Michael Maguire who cleared police of any wrongdoing.
He was shocked with a Taser electroshock weapon, and taken to UMass Memorial Medical Center - University Campus to be checked out.
One officer fired a Taser, an electroshock weapon, at the man.
Graham about noon Friday after an attempt to subdue him with a Taser electroshock weapon didn't work.
Authorities said a police officer shot the man about noon Friday after an attempt to subdue him with a Taser electroshock weapon didn't work.
GRAFTON - A state trooper is suing the makers of the Taser, claiming that an exposure to the electroshock weapon during a seminar in 2006 bent a surgical screw in his leg.
Minnich said the new policy takes effect immediately and officers have received the necessary training to carry and use the electroshock weapon.
Police Scotland announced this month around 500 officers across the country will be issued with the electroshock weapons to combat an increase in assaults on police.
Designed to improve workplace safety for users of conducted energy weapons (CEWs), the CEW Testing Chamber can be used to conduct daily function tests of electroshock weapons.
Tasers are electroshock weapons that cause temporary paralysis.
These are electroshock weapons that use electrical current to disrupt voluntary control of muscles.