Nevertheless, nonlethal weapons
are not without problems.
* The awkwardness was palpable at a recent industry conference when nearly half of the attendees in the ballroom billowed out as the panel discussion transitioned from guns and ammo to nonlethal weapons
Ortiz pointed out police officers discussed using nonlethal weapons
before Jensen fired three shots.
Coupled with the acquisition of other emerging capabilities (criminal intelligence, forensics, nonlethal weapons
, the expanded role of military working dogs), the Military Police Corps is, and will continue to be, a lethal and essential asset to commanders and unified action partners in support of unified land operations.
In defiance of international law, nonlethal weapons
inflict direct harm upon noncombatants.
The United States will be offering Ukraine $46 million aid in nonlethal weapons
in battling the pro-Russian militants.
The home ministry officials said they were not very satisfied with the results shown by the nonlethal weapons
in use as they leave a scope for serious injury to the protesters.
A current working definition of nonlethal weapons
is "weapons, devices, and munitions that are explicitly designed and primarily employed to incapacitate targeted personnel or materiel immediately, while minimizing fatalities, permanent injury to personnel, and undesired damage to property in the target area or environment.
The court said police should use a stun gun only in threatening situations because it inflicts more pain than other nonlethal weapons
, such as pepper spray or batons.
are an increasingly attractive option for rooting out insurgents without bringing catastrophic harm to civilians.
Women, who police and store owners say seek such sprays far more than men, should be able to immediately obtain the protection the nonlethal weapons
At the other end of the spectrum, advances in microwave technology have put within reach the possibility of nonlethal weapons
that disable, but do not harm, people.