incapacitant


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in·ca·pac·i·tant

 (ĭn′kə-păs′ĭ-tənt)
n.
A device or substance, such as tear gas, used to incapacitate individuals temporarily, as in riot control.

incapacitant

(ˌɪnkəˈpæsɪtənt)
n
(Military) a substance that can temporarily incapacitate a person, used esp as a weapon in chemical warfare
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Con Laura Campbell said they did not make any complaint about being assaulted: Evans was initially compliant but became irate in the police vehicle and was restrained and sprayed with incapacitant.
Posted on Sunday and understood to have been filmed on that day in Aston, it shows officers using a baton and what appears to be CS incapacitant spray as colleagues apprehend a man in Upper Sutton Street.
We need to be able to carry a baton, carry incapacitant spray and use all the new technology that is available for officers.
PC Khan approached the man and sprayed him with incapacitant spray.
Nous ne concevons pas la crise comme etant un facteur incapacitant, mais au contraire une opportunite qu'il faut absolument exploiter.
An officer discharged an incapacitant spray known as Captor PAVA during the incident on August 1.
Bien que le TDA/H soit un trouble tres incapacitant rencontre chez les clients en psychologie et psychiatrie externes, peu d'individus souffrant de ce deficit recoivent un traitement.
Mr Rose said: "Mr Hopps comes out approaching the officer in such an aggressive manner that he draws his incapacitant spray and directs it towards Mr Hopps.
And on another occasion police had to use incapacitant spray on Richards because he would not leave a pub without his lover.
La fouille du vehicule a permis aux agents de la Garde nationale de saisir une arme tranchante, une bombe a gaz incapacitant et de la resine du cannabis.
The man was aggressive and threatening towards officers, who used incapacitant spray to affect an arrest.
Standard pieces of equipment include: baton (either extendable, telescopic or rigid), airwave personal radio, CS/PAVA Incapacitant Spray, police notebook, personal digital assistants (some forces), torch, leg or arm restraints, speedcuffs, taser (for specially trained officers).