Human research review of the TASER electronic control device.

Jeffrey D. Ho, Donald M. Dawes, William G. Heegaard, James R. Miner

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Abstract

TASER Electronic Control Devices have become mainstream methods of applying electricity to control unruly suspects. There has been speculation that they may be associated with worsening human physiology or death. The lay impressions that these devices are unsafe are not founded on known human research findings. This presentation briefly reviews the most pertinent human research on this subject.

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