Official Statistics

Police use of Taser statistics, England and Wales: 1 January to 31 December 2014

Statistics on police use of Taser, England and Wales, 2014.

Documents

Statistical News Release: Police use of Taser statistics, England and Wales, 2014

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Police use of Taser statistics, England and Wales: 1 January to 31 December 2014: data tables.

Figures include breakdowns on the 7 types of Taser use: drawn, aimed, arced, red-dot, drive stun, angle-drive stun and fired.

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The Home Office statistician responsible for the figures in this release is David Blunt, Chief Statistician and Head of Profession for Statistics.