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PhaZZer® Steven Abboud Demonstrates the Safety & Effectiveness of the PhaZZer Enforcer to Laredo PD in Texas – Video

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Proving Phazzer’s performance in person, and on demand. Giving Police departments confidence, and hands on experience with a better, and safer less lethal weapon that they can count on. Thank you Officer Gonzales for experiencing the stopping power of the PhaZZer Enforcer as you displayed complete NMI lock up in the video and we are glad that you will not be forgetting our name.

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PhaZZer® Enforcer Stun Gun Demo Video comparison to Axon TASER x26p CEW at Laredo Police Dept. Texas USA

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Laredo Police Department hosted a demonstration of the PhaZZer Enforcer CEW, Ammunition, and accessories on June 30, 2021. Steven Abboud, CEM of PhaZZer demonstrated the effectiveness, reliability, and the patented safety shut down circuit technology designed to prevent over exposure to these stun gun devices.

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PhaZZer® Training in the news – “Stun gun training session held at the West TN Regional Training Center”

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“National stun gun manufacturer Phazzer held its training session at the West Tennessee Regional Training Center in Denmark educating attendees on how to use this non-legal weapon.

The training session was an opportunity to demonstrate the difference between the Phazzer and other taser weapons used in law enforcement and other agencies.

The instructor of the class explains what makes the Phazzer weapon different from other opinions.”

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PhaZZer® Gaining Momentum As Best Option To High Cost And Less Safe Market-Leading Alternative

“The company’s flagship CEW, the PhaZZer Enforcer™, is on the fact track to become the stun gun of choice for law enforcement agencies across the country, including police departments in California.”

“When stun guns were initially introduced back in the 1960’s, law enforcement agencies outside the U.S. were the first to embrace the new technology as a weapon designed to subdue assailants without causing serious bodily injury or fatalities. Conducted Energy Weapons (CEW’s) began to make their way into the U.S. in the 1970’s as an alternative to deadly force when police departments, department of corrections prison facilities and security guards nationwide began to adopt the technology.”

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PUBLICATION: California Business Journal

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Is Axon Enterprise Stock a Buy?

“The threat of new competition is causing Axon Enterprise’s (NASDAQ:AXON) stock to retreat, even as sales and profits expand.

Fourth-quarter earnings exceeded analyst expectations, and the law enforcement equipment and services provider continues to add more customers. Yet shares are well off their all-time high since Motorola Solutions entered Axon’s key markets with a suite of affordable products bundled into a video-as-a-service (VaaS) package, representing the first viable challenge Axon has faced in years.

…. and rival stun gun maker Phazzer is back from bankruptcy. ”

SOURCE: The Motley Fool
AUTHOR: Rich Duprey (TMFCop)
DATE: Mar 25, 2021 at 9:39AM

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What Are Some Advantages of Using Less Lethal Weapons in Law Enforcement?

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Outside the United States, the use of less lethal weapons like a police taser gun has been widely used since the technology became available. These types of “weapons” are designed to subdue assailants in a manner that can avoid serious bodily injury or even death. In many situations, they are just as effective as lethal weapons.

Here in the United States, the use of less lethal weapons has gained interest by various law enforcement agencies, including police departments, department of corrections prison facilities, security guards, and more. Even schools are considering variations of taser guns as a means to arm teachers to help protect students without the risks associated with conventional firearms.

While there are a variety of non-lethal weapons on the market, the most popular ones are taser guns. These devices emit electrical shocks that subdue the individual quickly and easily. While the individual will experience some slight discomfort from being shocked, the effects are not long term, nor will they result in serious injuries.

Aside from preventing serious injuries, taser guns provide other benefits for law enforcement agencies and others who choose to use them, including:

  • Cost-Effective – Taser guns can be less expensive compared to guns and firearms.
  • Easy to Use – Anyone can learn how to use a taser, and it does not require precise accuracy as do guns and firearms.
  • Most Manufacturers Offer Free Replacements – If the taser gun is damaged, broken, or stolen, most manufacturers offer some type of free replacement through warranty and equipment protection programs.
  • Easy to Maintain – Taser guns typically just need charging to ensure they have enough power to emit electrical shocks. Guns and firearms, on the other hand, have to be cleaned and require other types of maintenance.
  • No Special Certifications Required – In many law enforcement agencies, one must obtain certifications for various types of guns and firearms before they can use them. With taser guns, one just needs to be trained on how to use the device.
  • Safer to Use in Environments Where Guns Can Be Dangerous – Tasers are well-suited for environments like prisons, prisoner transports, schools, and others where the use of guns could become dangerous if they are taken by a prisoner or used incorrectly.
  • Different Models, Options, and Features – There are several different types of taser guns to choose from for a variety of situations and uses. For instance, the PhaZZer FORCE (™) was designed for use by department of corrections facilities.
  • Can Be Used for Personal Self-Defense – Most states allow individuals to carry and use taser guns as personal self-defense weapons and often do not require special permits as guns and firearms require.

Why the PhaZZer FORCE(™) Is Perfect for DOC Facilities

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In most department of correction (DOC) facilities across the country, prison guards are not allowed to carry guns in the facility due to the risks of prisoners potentially obtaining them. As a result, most prison guards work in environments where they have no means of self-defense should a prisoner get out of line.

With the PhaZZer FORCE(™), prison guards have a device they can use for self-defense and to get unruly prisoners under control safely and quickly without the risks of serious injuries. Even if a prisoner were to overpower a guard and take their taser, the weapons are non-lethal.

Not to mention, it can only be discharged a single time before it has to be reset, so it cannot be used over and over quickly. Furthermore, prison guards feel more secure since they have a device they can rely on if needed, should they need to protect themselves from prisoners.

The use of police taser guns and other less lethal weapons can be beneficial in preventing serious injuries and death while still providing a sense of security for law enforcement agencies and others who are concerned about their safety and who need a device they can use for self-defense.

To learn more about the PhaZZer FORCE(™) and other types of less-lethal weapons for law enforcement agencies, including DOCs, please feel free to contact Phazzer US at 833-742-9937 today!

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Taser®: A Means to Stem Police Brutality?

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Far too many people have been killed at the hands of police officers. News media and Black Lives Matter have raised awareness in recent years on the excessive use of force by law enforcement. Among suggestions to curb such trends, the use of less-lethal weapons has been advocated. Fatal police shootings such as that involving Walter Wallace Jr. in Philadelphia in October 2020 remain fresh in the public’s mind.

What Is a Taser?

A taser, or Conductive Energy Weapon (CEW), otherwise known as a stun gun, is an alternative to traditional firearms. It allows an officer to fire two small dart-like electrodes. These deliver a high-voltage shock to temporarily disable a suspect. CEWS have been used in the United Kingdom since 2003. While it’s illegal for citizens to possess them—penalties here include up to 10 years in prison—police officers must complete 18 hours of training and an annual refresher course every year.1

In the United States, the laws on permitting and using CEWS vary with each state. The concept has been around for decades. However, the first modern CEW was introduced in the early 1990s. Still, the number of fatal police shootings continues to increase; on average, about 1,000 people are fatally shot by police each year, according to The Washington Post.2

The Need for a Non-Violent Solution

Police departments have been arming police officers with CEWs or weighing the option of doing so. Such is the case in Philadelphia, where city legislators proposed putting millions of dollars into buying thousands of Tasers® and related equipment, such as battery packs, live cartridges, and holsters, as well as training.

The discussion follows the killing of Wallace on October 26th. However, the plan was delayed in November, so it’s not anticipated that Philadelphia police officers will be outfitted with stun guns before the end of 2020.3 However, about a third of them have completed relevant training.4

Training has been identified as one effective method of curbing police brutality, and controlling officer behavior, by the American Psychological Association. Other methods include peer intervention, candidate screening, and collecting data on officer behavior.5

When Can a Police Officer Use a CEW?

In general, police policy allows cops to use these weapons when reasonable and the circumstances warrant such action. Otherwise, the use of a CEW can be considered excessive and/or abusive force but they are generally considered safe when used appropriately.

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At PhaZZer®, we provide some of the most effective and safest CEW models with features such as safety shut-down circuits, sight lasers, and rechargeable batteries. The PhaZZer® Enforcer is designed to comply with police guidelines. Continue browsing to learn more. For help finding the best CEW for your agency, feel free to contact Phazzer US at 833-742-9937 with any questions or to discuss your department’s specific needs.


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Irate driver causes officer to draw Phazzer

On September 18, Hawkins County Deputy Kyle Shively observed a red Doge Challenger traveling at a high rate of speed. When radar locked and confirmed that the car was going 67 MPH in a 45 MPH speed zone, the stop was initiated at Summers Trailer Park. Deputy Shively reports that the door to the vehicle flew open, he drew his department issued Glock 21 and a male jumped out, later identified as Donovan Sharp.

Reportedly, Sharp was irate, and stated that law enforcement had no right to stop him, and continued screaming. Deputy Shively states that he drew his department issued Phazzer and commanded Sharp to put his hands behind his back. Sharp complied, and was detained for the investigation. Additionally, Sharp’s drivers license was confirmed suspended via NCIC.

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