US police armed with nunchucks to ‘more compassionately

US police are to be armed with nunchucks to “more compassionately gain compliance” from suspected criminals. Officers in the town of Anderson, northern California, will be equipped with the weapon, made famous by martial arts star Bruce Lee, as part of a new approach to crime-fighting, NBC news reported.

Cops Are Armed With Nunchakus to Offset ‘Aggressive’ Image

Cops in a northern California town are to be equipped with nunchakus — the weapon mastered by Bruce Lee — in order to “more compassionately gain compliance” from suspects.

US Cops Get Nunchakus So They Can ‘More Passionately Gain

Nothing says compassion like striking someone with nunchakus… so a US police force has decided. In order to “more compassionately gain compliance” from suspects, officers in the northern

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The only time this did not apply was when it was state police operating in a county, county police operating in a town or city, and so on where the jurisdiction included another jurisdiction. So, the state police could go anywhere within the state, in their area of operations, because they superseded the authority of the county and municipal police.

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Police officers in Baltimore are now wearing body cameras. “Cops in a northern California town are to be equipped with nunchucks—the weapon mastered by Bruce Lee—in order to ‘more compassionately gain compliance’ from suspects.” The Pentagon is considering embedding U.S. troops in …

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North California police department to start using nunchaku

The Anderson Police Department will be the first agency in NORTHERN California to add nunchaku, commonly known as ‘nunchucks’ in the United States, to their tactical defense weapons.

Should perhaps not all police officers in the U.S. be

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Some police officers in the United States do work unarmed. The Dept. of Veterans Affairs Police work unarmed in some VA facilities, even though there have been incidents of armed people entering the hospitals and killing patients and employees.