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Taser International Inc, the maker of police stun guns, has defended the safety of its weapon by spending millions on company-sponsored studies and cultivating close ties with police, medical examiners and consultants, a Reuters examination found. The result is a thicket of intersecting relationships among police, coroners and a wide network of scientists the company taps, according to a Reuters review of hundreds of lawsuits involving Tasers and interviews with lawyers for both plaintiffs and police. When someone dies following an incident involving a Taser, the manufacturer – which changed its name to Axon Enterprise Inc in April – becomes deeply involved in investigations that will determine whether its weapons played a role, Reuters found.
Industry behemoth Taser, which has changed its name to Axon Enterprise Inc (NASDAQ: AAXN ), announced plans to offer free body cameras for every police officer in the United States , along with a year ...
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Body camera company Vievu is slamming Axon's (formerly TASER International) move to offer free body cameras to police departments for one year.
Body camera company Axon (formerly TASER International) is offering police departments a free one-year trial for its body cameras.
In a bid to lend support to the police department, Axon Enterprise Inc. (AAXN) will provide each and every police officer in the U.S. with free Axon body 2 cameras and related hardware, software, data storage, and training for a year.
IN THE NEWS BENZINGA TASER International, Inc (NASDAQ: TASR ) on Wednesday announced an unprecedented move: The company will offer a one-year free trial of all its existing body camera products, full software ...