January 22, 2010
Cowley College hosts TASER� Certified Instructor Class
Welcoming law enforcement officials from across the state, Cowley College
recently hosted a TASER® Certified Instructor Class for the advanced
training. The two-day course was held Jan. 11-12 in the Presidents
Dining Room and College Recreation Building located on the Arkansas
The class covered the techniques for proper deployment of and certification of instructors in the use of the ADVANCED TASER X26, XREP, and the TASER X3 electronic control devices.
Matt Stone, Cowley College security officer, took part in the class and gained recertification. Members of the Arkansas City and Winfield Police Department’s were also represented.
Lieutenant Kevin Vaughan from the Wichita Police Department served as the master instructor for the course.
TASER International's products protect life, providing advanced electronic control devices for use in the law enforcement, medical, military, corrections, professional security, and personal protection markets. TASER devices use proprietary technology to incapacitate dangerous, combative, or high-risk subjects who pose a risk to law enforcement officers, innocent citizens, or themselves in a manner that is generally recognized as a safer alternative to other uses of force.
When faced with a violent, resistant subject, the use of a TASER device reduces the risk of injury not only to the officers involved, but the offender as well.