safe weapon

A next-generation device being developed for law enforcement officers as a means of incapacitating unruly persons or crowds without causing permanent injury

safe weapon

Public health An oxymoron for a next-generation device being developed for law enforcement as a means of incapacitating unruly persons or crowds without causing permanent injury
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Human monoclonal antibodies (MAbs) that target virus entry, are as yet an underutilised and potentially highly effective and safe weapon in the armoury against HCV infection.
While we know that the Taser is a very effective and remarkably safe weapon for law enforcement use, we also continue to have some concern about injuries that may be related to it," Bozeman said.
He added: "Used with proper assessment it is a safe weapon.
The new innovation-manufactured by Southern California-based Security Solutions-is a safe weapon container system housing a firearm only accessible to authorized users via fingerprint-access identification.
It is crucial that taser manufacturers not only look at their sponsored studies on tasers that indicate a safe weapon, but also independent studies, such as the one conducted by the U.
We believe that AD 452 used in combination with methotrexate will provide an effective and safe weapon in combating this debilitating disease.
The training also teaches the students the legal background to small arms control, weapons identification, and safe weapons handling procedures.
The Smart Tech Foundation will address gun violence by conducting four innovation challenges: 1) smart and safe weapons, 2) mental health and brain science, 3) community safety, and 4) big data and predictive analytics.
His initiative and expertise provided for safe weapons handling practices, thwarted multiple weapons malfunctions, provided for a seamless integration of host nation forces, and improved the overall effectiveness of personnel.
Training in safe weapons handling, military drill, first aid and CPR were also included, as was class curriculum covering topics like harassment, stress management and suicide prevention.
Williams was also instrumental in efforts to get the Pentagon to release more than $300 million in federal funds for safe weapons disposal, money that allowed sites in Colorado and Kentucky to safely destroy more than 880,000 chemical weapons.
Kilpatrick, deputy director of the Deployment Health Support Directorate of the Defense Department, "this is a lethal but safe weapons system.

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