Independent report

Medical implications of the TASER X2

An independent statement on the medical implications of using Taser International's TASER X2.

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Medical statement: implications of using the TASER X2

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Following the Home Secretary’s decision to allow the police in England and Wales to use Taser International’s TASER X2, this document outlines the medical implications of using the TASER X2 conductive energy device.

The medical statement has been written independently by the Scientific Advisory Committee on the Medical Implications of Less-Lethal Weapons.

You can also read the written ministerial statement on the Home Secretary’s decision on the use of TASER X2 and the written ministerial statement on the police use of force data review.

Published 2 March 2017