QIASS is the exclusive TASER distributor for the State of Qatar and provides TASER certified training programs.
ABOUT TASER SMART WEAPONS
- TASER Smart Weapons incapacitate dangerous, combative or high-risk subjects who pose a risk to law enforcement officers, innocent citizens or themselves.When deployed, compressed nitrogen projects two small probes up to 25 feet allowing a 5-second electrical signal to transmit through the wires to where the probes make contact with the body or clothing. This results in an immediate loss of the person’s neuromuscular control and the ability to perform coordinated action for the duration of the impulse while allowing an instant recovery once the cycle ceases. This effect is called Neuro Muscular Incapacitation (NMI) that temporarily overrides the nervous system, taking over muscular control and temporarily incapacitates individuals with minimal risk of injury.
- TASER began its sales of TASER devices in 1994 with its AIR TASER model 34000 and then in 1999 came out with the ADVANCED TASER M26. These weapons and later generation models (X26) and the newer models (X2 and X26P) have helped dramatically reduce injuries among officers and their suspects.
- TASER devices are used by more than 18,000 law enforcement agencies worldwide in 107 countries including major law enforcement agencies in in Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, and the United Kingdom
- Local police departments in 31 of the 34 largest cities with populations of more than 500,000 deploy TASER brand weapons
- TASER devices are deployed by more than 90% of the U.S. law enforcement agencies, and they are the most frequently used response-to-resistance option in the law enforcement arsenal by a significant margin
TASER SMART WEAPON USAGE
- 49 members of the Major City Chiefs Association have deployed TASER Smart Weapons as of March 31, 2016.
- More than 850,000 TASER weapons have been sold since 1994 to more than 18,000 law enforcement agencies
- TASER devices are deployed 904 times per day (or every 2 minutes)
- TASER devices have become nearly ubiquitous in US law enforcement with more than 17,800 of the 18,250 law enforcement agencies deploying them
- TASER devices are deployed in 107 countries including Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Columbia, France, Germany, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, and the United Kingdom
- TASER devices have saved more than 170,000 lives from death or serious personal injuries (approximately 5% of all TASER deployments save a life or prevent serious bodily injury
TASER USES (AS OF NOVEMBER 20, 2015)
MILLION FIELD USE/SUSPECT APPLICATIONS (± 2%)
TRAINING/VOLUNTARY APPLICATIONS (± 7%)
TOTAL APPLICATIONS (± 7.3%)
- The Axon Flex camera is worn on the body or the head allowing officers to capture their point of view, while the Axon Body 2 camera is worn on the body. Axon cameras have proven to protect officers from false claims, enhance public trust, improve civilian behavior, decrease litigation, and make communities safer at a lower cost than in-car dashboard cameras or other video solutions.
- Evidence.com is a cloud-based digital evidence management platform that allows users to securely store, manage, and share their evidence from anywhere in the world.
KEY BENEFITS INCLUDE:
- Reduces the number of false complaints
- Decreases use of force
- Improves the behavior of suspects and the quality of evidence gathered
- Enhances public trust and creates safer communities at a lower cost
- Decreases litigation and increases cost savings for each agency
- Reduces expenditures on technology infrastructure
AXON & EVIDENCE.COM USAGE
- More than 3,500 police agencies have purchased Axon cameras in the US as of March 31, 2016.
- More than 174,000 cameras have been purchased globally including Axon Body, Axon Flex, and TASER Cam recorders as of March 31, 2016.
- 32 members of the Major City Chiefs Association have deployed TASER’s Axon cameras an Evidence management solutions
- Law enforcement agencies that use Evidence.com and have collectively stored more than 4.6 petabytes of data on Evidence.com as of March 31, 2016.