"...there is a temptation to use [tasers] more than necessary. Indeed, there is ample evidence of people being stunned merely for being uncooperative with police. It’s a handy tool to force compliance. However, such usage is an abuse of police power..." [LINK]
That's one of the most succinct problem statements I've seen in a while.
In the nomenclaturism of this blog, it's called "overuse".
By truncating the overuse of tasers, it probably also addresses the misuse and abuse of tasers, at least to some hypothetical extent.
All these problems have their roots in Scottsdale, AZ. The law enforcement community have been misled and provided with clearly-defective training material.
Those that are Taser trained and certified via the Taser International vertically-integrated propaganda system are the worst possible source for reliable and ultimately correct information. Police and civic leaders need to start sharply poking certain people in the chest with a sharp finger. These on-staff "experts" (Taser moles) have been the conduit for bad information. This infiltration needs to be straightened out ASAP.
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