Taser Class
09:00am to 06:00pm - April 24, 2021
Security Training Classes, 8567 C Fort Smallwood Rd, Pasadena, MD 21122, United States

A Taser is a brand of conducted electrical weapons. Fire 2 small barbed darts intended to puncture the skin and remain attached to the target. The darts are connected to the main unit by thin insulated copper wire and deliver a modulated electric current designed to disrupt voluntary control of muscles, causing “neuromuscular incapacitation.” The effects of a Taser may only be localized pain or strong involuntary long muscle contractions, based on the mode of use and connectivity of the darts.  The Taser is marketed as less-lethal since the possibility of serious injury or death exists whenever the weapon is deployed

1. Complete minimum of 6 hours of instruction
Student must complete a minimum of 6 hours of instruction with a Certified Instructor. Coursework
must include the current TASER User PowerPoint, updates, warnings, and Release, and include
discussion of items in the instructor notes, drills, and functional demonstrations.
2. Receive, review and acknowledge the current TASER Law Enforcement Product Warnings
3. Receive, review, sign and return the current Release Form (if receiving a voluntary exposure)
4. Pass Written Examinations
Student must pass written examinations with a score of 100%.
5. Pass Functional Test
Student must pass all functional tests listed on the TASER Training User Certification Form.
6. For X2 and X26P - Deploy 2 TASER live CEW cartridges into preferred target zones
Each student must deploy a minimum of 2 cartridges for each CEW type certifying on to
demonstrate familiarity with CEW functions and to test aptitude. The student must be able to
contact the target and place both probes in the preferred target zones from various distances while
under stress. Students who do not hit the target within the preferred target zones should complete
aiming drills and deploy again. Users should not be qualified until they have passed deploying tests.
The use of simulator systems does not fulfill this 2-cartridge deploying requirement.
7. For TASER 7 - Deploy 4 TASER live CEW cartridges into preferred target zones
Each student must deploy a minimum of 4 cartridges to demonstrate familiarity with CEW
functions and to test aptitude. The student must be able to contact the target and place both
probes in the preferred target zones from various distances while under stress. Students who
do not hit the target within the preferred target zones should complete aiming drills and deploy
again. Users should not be qualified until they have passed firing tests. The use of simulator
systems does not fulfill this 4-cartridge firing requirement. AND
Deploy 4 HALT (Hook and Loop Training) cartridges into preferred target zones
Students must deploy 4 HALT cartridges during the TASER 7 scenarios outlined in the TASER
CEW Drill Booklet. For a student to pass this part of the training, both probes from all 4
deployments must strike the role player wearing the HALT suit in the preferred target zone. The
TASER CEW Drill Booklet may be located at https://www.axon.com/training/resources

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