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  • Physiological Model of Excited Delirium, NIJ-Sponsored, 2010, NCJ 236951. (30 pages).
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  • Establishment of Interdisciplinary Working Group for Review of Kinetic Energy Munitions, NIJ-Sponsored, August 2010, NCJ 236909. (28 pages).
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  • Effects Research Test Report for the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Engine Stopper Program, NIJ-Sponsored, January 2010, NCJ 236755. (8 pages).
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  • Are CEDs Safe and Effective? - Panel at the 2010 NIJ Conference, NIJ, June 2010, NCJ 234781. (8 pages).
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  • Guidebook for Less-lethal Devices: Planning for, Selecting, and Implementing Technology Solutions, NIJ-Sponsored, March 2010, NCJ 234054. (94 pages).
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  • Less-Lethal Operational Scenarios for Law Enforcement, NIJ-Sponsored, December 2010, NCJ 232756. (23 pages).
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  • Broadband Boosts Access, Mobility in Brookline, NIJ-Sponsored, August 2010, NCJ 231552. (3 pages).
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  • High-Priority Criminal Justice Technology Needs 2010, NIJ, August 2010, NCJ 230391. (37 pages).
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  • Keeping Officers Safe on the Road, NIJ, April 2010, NCJ 229885. (5 pages).
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  • Comparing Safety Outcomes in Police Use-Of-Force Cases for Law Enforcement Agencies That Have Deployed Conducted Energy Devices and A Matched Comparison Group That Have Not: A Quasi-Experimental Evaluation, NIJ-Sponsored, September 2009, NCJ 237965. (101 pages).
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