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The Less Lethal topic section covers the complex subject of nonlethal force by corrections officers, with the latest news, training and expert columns. This topic is aimed at arming officers with the information they need to properly deploy nonlethal weapons.

The COs were in Minneapolis for a recruiting event when they witnessed the incident, which had also gone over the radio as a call for assistance
SWAT officers, using “less-than-lethal” ammunition, were able to free the 73-year-old guard two hours after he was taken hostage
Gov. Katie Hobbs said executions won’t be carried out until they can be confident that the state isn’t violating constitutional rights
The book is about Richard Van Wickler’s life experiences and includes tips on de-escalating aggression
“For the sake of the victims’ families, many of whom have waited for decades — as many executions as possible are set four weeks apart,” AG John O’Connor said
The advantages of this handheld, lightweight, refillable launcher make it perfect for every correctional officer’s use of force toolbox
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The sergeant was taken to a local hospital for evaluation after the incident
Sheriff Charles Lemon and a former deputy now face felony assault charges that could mean up to 20 years in prison
Thirteen staff were suspended in connection with Tyrone Briggs’ 2019 death
The contracts will provide lessons for COs on using less lethal weapons to restrain inmates
Reflex Protect Presidia Gel doesn’t spread once sprayed, and its effects can be easily reversed once compliance is achieved for quicker relief to the subject and a quicker return to duty for the officer
Since the start of the pilot program, TASERs have been used “sparingly and judiciously” to stop serious assaults
The right DEMS can improve the management and sharing of critical evidence, including bodycam video, for more successful investigations