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Publications discussing tasers.
Facts about Tasers
How Tasers work and their advantages and disadvantages in law enforcement.
Evaluating Taser reforms: a review of Queensland Police Service policy and practice
CMC evaluation of QPS's implementation of Taser reforms recommended in a joint CMC–QPS review of Taser use in 2009; includes recommendations.
Summary and recommendations — Evaluating Taser reforms
Excerpt from the Evaluating Taser reforms report — background, key findings, our recommendations, and the way forward.
QPS — CMC Review of Taser Policy, Training, and Monitoring and Review Practices
Joint QPS-CMC review of Taser training and operational policy.
An update on Taser use in Queensland (Research and Issues Paper, No. 9)
This paper provides statistics on Taser use by officers from the Queensland Police Service (QPS) over the last two years and compares it to data reported in our more comprehensive review in 2011, Evaluating Taser reforms: a review of Queensland Police Service policy and practice.
An update on Taser use in Queensland (Research and Issues Paper, No. 9)
This paper provides statistics on Taser use by officers from the Queensland Police Service (QPS) over the last two years and compares it to data reported in our more comprehensive review in 2011, Evaluating Taser reforms: a review of Queensland Police Service policy and practice. Word version.
Multiple and prolonged Taser deployments
This review examined incidents involving a multiple or prolonged Taser deployment to better understand why they occur, whether they are appropriate and justified according to policy, and whether they are a good use of force option.
Multiple and prolonged Taser deployments
This review examined incidents involving a multiple or prolonged Taser deployment to better understand why they occur, whether they are appropriate and justified according to policy, and whether they are a good use of force option. Word version.

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