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August 28, 2017 | Source: Reuters; By: Tim Reid, Peter Eisler, Jason Szep and M.B. Pell
Law Enforcement Reassessing Risk for Taser "Less-Lethal" Weapon Systems
Officer Richard Haas says he never meant for Everette Howard to die. He just wanted to stop him. A top high-school grad staying on the University of Cincinnati campus for a...
August 14, 2017 | Source: Police Magazine, policemag.com, 10 March 2017, David Griffith
Less-Lethal: Making Impact
The pressure on American law enforcement agencies to field tools that can subdue dangerous armed and unarmed individuals without using deadly force has never been greater than...
July 31, 2017 | Source: Marine Corps Concepts and Programs, marinecorpsconceptsandprograms.com, 10 July 2014
USMC: Escalation of Force - Non-Lethal Effects
Escalation of Force – Non-Lethal Effects (EoF-NLE) is the application of non-lethal capabilities that enable an individual to control a situation and execute a variety of missions...
July 31, 2017
FN America FN 303 Non-Lethal Weapon System
Many law enforcement and military threat encounter situations are handled best using an escalation of force (EoF) protocol. EoF protocols provide for everything from subduing...
July 31, 2017 | Source: Marine Corps Concepts and Programs, marinecorpsconceptsandprograms.com, 9 June 2015
USMC: Escalation of Force - Mission Modules (EoF-MM)
The Escalation of Force-Mission Modules consists of multi-functional non-lethal weapon systems and force protection equipment needed to satisfy the operational requirement to...
Developing and Fielding Non-Lethal Weapons: The Marine Corps and Army Approach
INTRODUCTION Changes in modern warfare have included a remarkable shift in the international security mosaic. While threats from traditional state actors still exist, threats from...
June 19, 2017 | Source: The Washington Post, washingtonpost.com, January 2017, Tom Jackman
National Police Groups Add ‘De-escalation’ to New Model Policy on Use of Force
A group of 11 national police organizations issued a new model policy Tuesday for police departments nationwide that for the first time incorporates the concept of “de-escalation...
January 16, 2017 | Source: U.S. Army News, Lauren Poindexter, Picatinny Arsenal Public Affairs
Solid State Active Denial Technology for Non-Lethal Crowd Control
Engineers at Picatinny Arsenal are developing technology for non-lethal crowd control designed to help protect Soldiers while minimizing collateral damage and preventing any...
January 16, 2017 | Source: Defense Acquisition University, Wesley A. Burgei, Shannon E. Foley, and Lt. Col. Scott M. McKim, USAF
Developing Non-Lethal Weapons: The Human Effects Characterization Process
Armed only with lethal force, and facing vehicles that didn’t stop, U.S. warfighters manning a checkpoint in Iraq were left with a difficult choice—engagement with lethal force...
September 6, 2016 | Source: Naval-technology.com
BE Meyers to Support USMC’s Ocular Interruption Programme
BE Meyers has been selected by the US Marine Corps (USMC) Systems Command (MARCORSYSCOM) to serve as the sole source provider for the Ocular Interruption (OI) programme. The...