Can Tasers Reduce Police Shooting Deaths? The Evidence Is Mixed

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Deadly police shootings are forcing some big city police departments to take a new look at whether stun guns — typically called Tasers — could reduce the number of fatal encounters between officers and the public, says the Minneapolis Star Tribune. The “five-second window” created by a Taser shock creates an expectation that the officer
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