Command Demo Version 14, Taser Intl
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Command Demo Version 14 What is a TASER? • A device that utilizes electricity to completely incapacitate an individual • The most effective non-lethal device used by law enforcement to date • It is not a firearm • Very low risk of injury Definitions Electronic Control Devices use propelled wires to conduct energy that affects the sensory and motor functions of the central nervous system. The TASER X26 and ADVANCED TASER M26 non-lethals are conducted energy weapons manufactured by TASER International, lnc. in Scottsdale, Arizona. Technology • The human nervous system communicates with simple electrical impulses • The TASER technology uses similar electrical impulses called TASER-Waves TASER X26- Constructed of impact resistant sonic welded polymer & stainless steel shock plates. Mass = 7 ounces. Available in yellow coloration. TASER X26 Stainless Steel Serial No. Plate High Visibility Sights Illumination Selector Safety DPM Release Button Air Cartridge TASER Wire Probes Trigger Stainless Steel Shock Plates Blast Doors AFIDs LIL: Low Intensity Lights (LEDs) Laser Sight Enhanced Grip Zones DPM: Digital Power Magazine X26: Central Information Display (CID) • 0-99% battery level – Safety up • 5,4,3,2,1 countdown – Triggered • Illumination status – Light selector button • System diagnostics – When DPM Loaded 1. Warranty expiration date: YR, MO & Day flash 2. Current date & time: YR, MO, Day, 24 HR & MN flash 3. Current Celsius internal temperature 4. Software revision level Digital Power Magazine • • • • 10-year shelf life Lithium energy cells Provides up to 195 cycles Allows for field updates and reprogramming of the TASER X26 device Cartridges Reversible Loading (Click on image above to start video. Click once to pause.) Dataport -Connection Kits Sold Separately • X26 USB Dataport – Time, date, duration, temp, battery status of each discharge (1,500) – Encrypted data files – USB plug & play Download: X26 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - [RI TASER X26 Download X26 DATAPO ., DOWNlOAD Seri o~e o~ [DuwIll1,oo~ [ O( rimes [0 (lJIlo mr O.fe 'oge ownlooded X26, Time r( oroll) TIme iiHerelllc& IX26 0 -4/0 -4/0 7 09: 0 5: 2 9 IUS Mountain Standard Time JAil Data (unren~ P( Time r( omll) 10 -4/0 -4/0 7 (urrel1l~ odell # IMlumbe of X26 IXCE -000056 09: 0 6: 2 2 Refresh Time 0-4/0-4/07 09:06:18 r-------------------00 Hours 00 Minutes 0-4 Seconds Sync Time D'ED FIRING DATA GMTTime 0003 0006 Local Time 11/30/99 00:01 :1 1 07/06/06 16:-47:59 Duration [Sees] Te m p e ratu re [deg. 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S Arcing Through Clothing One probe can arc through 2 cumulative inches of clothing or 1 inch of clothing per probe Agency Statistics Phoenix PD Field Results First Top 10 City to Deploy to All Patrol (1500 Devices) Suspect Injuries 67% Officer Involved Shootings 54% Cincinnati PD Field Results 1,050 TASER X26 device’s Deployed 01/04. 6 month results Officer Injuries Suspect Injuries 70% Officer Assaults 40% Citizen Complaints 50% 70% Other Use of Force 50% • 2002: At risk of being privately un-insurable TASER device as part of 3 element plan eliminated injuries for 2 years Granite City, IL Police Dept Worker's Comp Expense $740,172 $800,000 $700,000 $600,000 $500,000 (through Sept 17, 2004) TASER Introduced $454,192 $400,000 $300,000 $200,000 $- $100,000 $- 2001 2002 2003 Year $- 2004 Medical Information TASER technology saves lives every day Numerous medical and police studies have shown that TASER systems dramatically reduce injuries to both officers and suspects, and the use of TASER technology is proven to reduce the number of police shootings and use of lethal force. Myth: High Voltage is Dangerous • Van De Graaff Generator 1-20 Million Volts • Static Discharge - Door Knob 35,000 to 100,000 Volts • TASER: •50,000 Volts “ It’s not the volts that are dangerous, it’s the amperes” TASER: Low Current TASER Technology Independent Reviews • The TASER devices are among the most extensively researched and studied non-lethal technologies. • Medical experts studying TASER system have found it to be one of the safest use-of-force options. • Various boards of medical experts as well as studies in the United States, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Canada, Australia and other nations, confirm the lifesaving value and safety of TASER technology. 1,300+ Pages of Medical & Field Research Completed • • • • • • • • • • • • • • U.S. Dept of Defense UK Home Office Canadian Government – CPRC – BC Complaints Commission Alfred Hospital, Australia Potomac Policy Institute Journal of Pacing and Clinical Electrophysiology (PACE) Orange County Task Force Cincinnati Police Department Madison, WI Police Wisconsin Dept. of Justice Georgia Assn of Chiefs of Police IACP 9 Step Strategy for Effective Deployment University of San Diego Dr. Jeffrey Ho ICD Study TASER Deployment Who uses the TASER? • 11,000 Law enforcement agencies worldwide • 3,500 Full deployment As of 6/11/07 • It is estimated that TASER devices have prevented death or serious injury in over 10,000 cases Why the TASER? • Proven through history (since 1993) • Proven through testing (Over 100 studies) • Proven through numbers (Over 200,000) • Proven through performance (94.3%) Future Weapons Future Weapons • Both XREP and SHOCKWAVE™ are scheduled for release in 2008 Are there any questions?