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Using Batons

Video: Calif. Cop Breaks Baton on Parolee

A California news crew captured a rough arrest in which several Stockton (Calif.) Police officers used batons on an intoxicated parolee to gain compliance.

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Forceful Arrest In Stockton

Stockton (Calif.) Police officers used their batons on a parolee during a forceful arrest that was captured by News10. Read the full story here.

ASP Ships P12 and P16 Concealable Batons

The P12 and P16 are designed for investigators, administrators, and undercover officers. The two expandable batons are the latest additions to ASP's Friction Loc Baton series.

U.C. Berkeley Chancellor Knew of Baton Use at Occupy Protest

E-mail revealing that the University of California, Berkeley, chancellor was aware batons were being used to remove Occupy protestors has come to light as a campus Police Review board seeks to determine who authorized the decision.

Video: NYPD Cops Pulled Off Street After Beating Video Goes Viral

Four police officers in the Bronx have been stripped of their guns and badges and placed on modified duty after a video shot by a civilian surfaced of them pummeling a drug suspect.

NYPD Drug Arrest In the Bronx

Four NYPD officers are seen using batons to arrest a drug suspect in the Bronx. The department is investigating the officers.

Monadnock Training Baton

Safariland's Monadnock #5107 is called the Ultimate Side Handle Training Baton. This training aid is intended for agencies and officers that carry a PR-24, Control Device, or any other side handle baton.

Obituary: Numb John Inventor Guido Tanzini

Guido J. Tanzini, the inventor of the "Numb John" training dummy, has died at the age of 85. Tanzini developed the training product in 1959, so officers could train in a more realistic way.

Video: Pittsburgh Police Reviewing Force Used On Fan

In a clip posted to YouTube of the arrest, Detective Francis Rende and Officer Jeffrey LaBella are seen striking Ashley several times before taking him to the ground and handcuffing him. The officers had attempted to TASER Ashley, who than assumed a fighting stance.

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TASER and Batons Used on Pirates Fan

Pittsburgh Police officers attempted to subdue a rowdy man at a Pirates game with a TASER, and then used baton strikes to bring him into custody. Read, "Pittsburgh Police Reviewing Force Used On Fan," for the full story.

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