A new report from the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has found that police in New Jersey are not using the stun guns they claim to have “no public benefit” from.
The report, released on Wednesday, shows that there is not even a “reasonable” justification for police using the devices, despite the fact that they have been used by police officers for years.
“There is no reasonable justification for using a stun gun on a person who is not armed,” wrote ACLU staff attorney Chris Calabrese.
“If the police officer who uses the stun gun is unarmed, the stun Gun does not violate the Fourth Amendment.”
“The ACLU report shows that the use of stun guns by police is illegal,” the police union president, Frank Santoro, said in a statement.
“We believe this report will send a message to New Jersey’s police department and the nation that there will be consequences if officers use stun guns.”
Taser was designed to be a device that can temporarily stun an assailant, while a Taser gun can be used for more permanent control.
A stun gun can temporarily disable an assailant’s arm or leg and temporarily stun their vision, but not incapacitate them permanently.
In order to be used on a suspect who is already incapacitated, a stun Gun must be fired from a distance of 50 to 100 feet.
The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDEP) has said that there are no limits on the use and use of the stun Guns on a vehicle or in the street, but the report shows the stunGun has been used to control the arrest of more than 1,500 people in New York since 2012, the majority of which were black people.
New Jersey, where the ACLU’s investigation took place, has the fourth-highest number of people arrested for DWI arrests of any state in the nation.
It is the only state in which the department is actively monitoring the use, and the ACLU report found that at least one police officer has been recorded using the device.
The stunGun was first developed in the 1970s, but was eventually made available in 2007 as a “nonlethal” weapon, according to the report.
Its popularity has soared in recent years, with more than 60 million stun Guns being sold, according the report, with nearly a quarter of those being sold to law enforcement agencies.
The device is used by more than 2 million police officers across the US each year.
The devices are used by over 100,000 people a year, according data collected by the New York Police Department.
A 2009 survey of police departments in the US found that stun Guns had been used on more than 40,000 suspects, with many of them African-American and Hispanic.
The ACLU report does not mention the use by police of Tasers as part of the arrest process, or the use the devices as part or a secondary weapon.
The use of a stunGun on a criminal suspects is illegal, the report found.
“While the use is legal, it is not appropriate,” Calabresey said.
“Tasers should be used only as a last resort, as they are not an effective tool for controlling dangerous suspects.
Stun Guns are not a weapon of last resort.”
The ACLU found that the New Jersey police department “continues to deploy Tasers without justification and in violation of state and federal law.”
Tasers can be deployed as a device to control dangerous suspects, but they do not constitute a weapon that can be legally used against a person.
The department said in an email that its use of force policy, as well as the policy on “non-lethal force,” are “fully consistent with the use or nonuse of force guidelines and guidelines issued by the American Police Association (APD).”
“These policies are based on the training and experience of the officers, which is based on years of use of nonlethal force as a first response to serious crimes and acts of violence,” the department wrote.
The agency said that while it would not be commenting on the report’s findings, “the department’s use-of-force policies are designed to ensure that the department uses all available force to achieve the objectives of its mission.”
The New York Times reported on the study last year.
In 2016, the NYPD released a report saying that its stun Guns were used in about 40 percent of the people arrested.
The police union said in its statement that the report “shows that the officers’ use of these weapons is in violation” of department policy.
“The New York City Police Department does not believe that stun guns are a weapon for use in a deadly manner, nor does the New Yorker Police Department believe that the stun-gun policy does not apply to the use,” the statement said.
The NYPD has also been criticized for its use-force policy, which it says is based “on the best available information.”
“We have been consistent and diligent with our use of technology and tactics to make New