Technology in Policing

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Thanks to new advancements, this non lethal weapon has TRIPLE STUN TECHNOLOGY. This means that there is not just one high voltage sparking arch but 3 of them! Making it a police force baton and a stun gun as well. Self Defense Women, Self Defense Weapons, Survival Weapons, Tactical Survival, Survival Prepping, Tactical Gear, Survival Gear, Edc, Bushcraft

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That is if you own one of these! Thanks to new advancements, this non lethal weapon has TRIPLE STUN TECHNOLOGY. This means that there is not...

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Police brutality has been around for decades. The advancement of technology that has made the world so much smaller in a sense is just making it easier to shine a light on such an important subject. It also gives power to the people. You don't have to just stand their if you are around in a case of police injustice. You now have a voice. It is legal to video tape police in 47 states.

A group of scientists and engineers have developed a device that uses small medical sponges to stop bleeding from gunshot wounds in just 15 seconds. These small sponges from XStat, developed by RevMedX expand to seal a gunshot wound anywhere on the body. Survival Gear, Survival Skills, Survival Stuff, Survival Equipment, Wilderness Survival, Survival Gadgets, Urban Survival, Homestead Survival, Outdoor Survival

Expandable sponges could seal gunshot wounds like a flat tire

What if you could dress a wound the way you fix a tire? That's the idea behind Xstat Dressing, an in-development technology that would allow medics to easily dress gunshots or other deep wounds on...

The New York Times spotlights the Taser in their weekly "Who Made That?" column which focuses on the history of everyday objects. Tactical Life, Tactical Gear, Law Enforcement Equipment, Self Defense Weapons, Lethal Weapon, Personal Security, Safety Switch, Home Defense, Surveillance System

A History of Taser Technology in the United States

The New York Times spotlights the Taser in their weekly "Who Made That?" column which focuses on the history of everyday objects.

Taser International Inc., known for its stun guns and body cameras, is exploring the concept of a drone armed with a stun gun for use by police. Drones, Drone Quadcopter, Latest Drone, New Drone, Drone Technology, Science And Technology, Dakota Pipeline, Law Enforcement Agencies, The Daily Beast

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North Dakota cops will be first in nation to use weaponized drones