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1.  Twelve Rules for Off-Duty Conduct
NCJ Number   213583
Author: Lindsey Bertomen
Journal Law Enforcement Technology  Volume33  Issue2  DatedFebruary 2006  Pages88,90,97
Publication Date: February 2006
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2.  JUSTNET Goes to College
NCJ Number   211890
Publication Date: 2002
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3.  From Idea to Invention
NCJ Number   211849
Publication Date: 2001
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4.  How "Less" Is Less Than Lethal?
NCJ Number   211820
Publication Date: 2000
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5.  Making Guns Smart: The Next Step
NCJ Number   211814
Publication Date: 1999
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6.  Mock Prison Riot 2000--A Technology Showcase
NCJ Number   211596
Author: Diane Quinn
Publication Date: 2001
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7.  Quest for Less Lethal Systems
NCJ Number   211142
Author: Scott Oldham
Journal Law and Order  Volume53  Issue8  DatedAugust 2005  Pages94-100
Publication Date: August 2005
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8.  Dodging Arrows: When Adding Less-Lethal Technology, Pioneering Agencies Can Protect Themselves Through Education, Research and Training
NCJ Number   209506
Author: Ronnie Garrett
Journal Law Enforcement Technology  Volume32  Issue3  DatedMarch 2005  Pages18,20-24,26,28
Publication Date: March 2005
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9.  Use of Force, Civil Litigation, and the Taser: One Agency's Experience
NCJ Number   209260
Author: Steve Hougland Ph.D.; Charlie Mesloh Ph.D.; Mark Henych Ph.D.
Publication Date: March 2005
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10.  Launching Less-Lethal Rounds
NCJ Number   208920
Author: Lindsey Bertomen
Journal Law Enforcement Technology  Volume32  Issue2  DatedFebruary 2005  Pages112,114,119
Publication Date: February 2005
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11.  Taser International X26
NCJ Number   207859
Author: Eugene Nielsen
Journal Law and Order  Volume52  Issue10  DatedOctober 2004  Pages118-120,122,124
Publication Date: October 2004
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12.  Defusing Dangerous Encounters: Less-Lethal Options Exist to Bring Tragic Situations to a Safer Conclusion
NCJ Number   207836
Author: Darrell Laurant
Journal Law Enforcement Technology  Volume31  Issue10  DatedOctober 2004  Pages150,152-154,156
Publication Date: October 2004
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13.  Less Lethal Technology: The TASER X26
NCJ Number   207837
Author: Eugene Nielsen
Journal Law Enforcement Technology  Volume31  Issue10  DatedOctober 2004  Pages164,166,169
Publication Date: October 2004
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14.  Tech Profiles: Making a Difference
NCJ Number   206125
Publication Date: 2003
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15.  Performance Characterization Study: Noise Flash Diversionary Devices (NFDDs), Final Report
NCJ Number   205642
Publication Date: December 2003
Abstract  PDF (Final Report)  PDF (Appendix 1)  PDF (Appendix 2)  PDF (Appendix 3)  PDF (Appendix 4)  PDF (Appendix 5)  PDF (Appendix 6)  PDF (Appendix 7)  PDF (Appendix 8)  Add To Shopping cart Find in a Library
16.  Department of Defense Nonlethal Weapons and Equipment Review: A Research Guide for Civil Law Enforcement and Corrections
NCJ Number   205293
Publication Date: October 2004
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17.  Can a Crying Baby Stop a Riot?
NCJ Number   205064
Author: Christa Miller
Journal Law Enforcement Technology  Volume31  Issue3  DatedMarch 2004  Pages8,10,12,14
Publication Date: March 2004
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18.  Law Enforcement Technology--Are Small and Rural Agencies Equipped and Trained?
NCJ Number   204609
Publication Date: June 2004
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19.  Impact Munitions Data Base of Use and Effects
NCJ Number   204433
Author: Ken Hubbs; David Klinger
Publication Date: 2002
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20.  Less-Lethal Toolbox: Law Enforcement Officers Test the Products on the Use-of-Force Continuum
NCJ Number   203180
Author: Lindsey Bertomen
Journal Law Enforcement Technology  Volume30  Issue10  DatedOctober 2003  Pages64-69
Publication Date: October 2003
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21.  Recharged: Taser International's New X26 Is Smaller, but More Effective Than any Taser on the Market
NCJ Number   202408
Author: David Griffith
Journal Police: The Law Enforcement Magazine  Volume27  Issue6  DatedJune 2003  Pages16-18,20,21
Publication Date: June 2003
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22.  Latest TASER Technology
NCJ Number   202308
Author: Jim Weiss; Mickey Davis
Journal Law and Order  Volume51  Issue9  DatedSeptember 2003  Pages108-110,112
Publication Date: September 2003
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23.  Weapons and Ammo
NCJ Number   202280
Author: Keith W. Strandberg
Journal Corrections Forum  Volume12  Issue4  DatedJuly/August 2003  Pages22,24,26
Publication Date: July 2003
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24.  NIJ's Less-Than-Lethal Flash-Bang Round Project
NCJ Number   201675
Author: Becky Lewis
Journal Corrections Today Magazine  Volume65  Issue5  DatedAugust 2003  Pages117-119
Publication Date: August 2003
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25.  Less-Than-Lethal Weapons: Reference Guidebook
NCJ Number   200633
Publication Date: March 2001
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