By the time an American or
Canadian youth is 21
years old they'll be tasered by at least one police officer.
Men, women, children - even pregnant women are all going to be tasered at least once by a police officer who doesn't like them,
doesn't like what they're saying, or who mistakes them for
Infractions as minor as
jaywalking or a traffic ticket give the police officer
authorization to taser a subject. Where a nightstick used to be
the compliance tool of choice for the police officer, tasering a
subject has proven to be much less work for the police officer than having to use
full blows with the nightstick. After reloading a police
officer can taser many more subjects into compliance within
Children as young as 6 years old
have disarmed police officers by taking their nightstick, and
sometimes even their gun. That can't happen with an electronic
compliance tool since it's activated when the police officer is
over 6 feet away from the subject. 6 or 60 years old, the
subject will comply with every command the
police officer gives.
The police now have a tool
that guarantees a subject will obey their commands. Just
refusing to sign a ticket can result in 50,000 volts of
electricity causing convulsions, injury from falling to the
ground or into objects, and possible serious health problems
such as paralysis of the heart muscle, or the lungs.
The courts have agreed with the
use of an electronic compliance tool every time they've ruled
to-date. While the police can't beat a subject, and you can't
beat your children, the courts are on your side. Using an
electronic compliance tool like the Taselerô
for KIDS! has been authorized by courts in every
state in the US, as well as other civilized countries like Great
Here's your chance to get your
kids to listen to you every time, and to condition
them for the first time they're tasered by a police officer. It's
going to happen. Your children need to be conditioned to
handle the 50,000 volt shock and large barbed spikes used by
police officers. Every police officer who uses an electronic
compliance device has been tasered themselves at least once.
Your child needs to be as ready as the police officer.
Studies have proven that subjects
who survived being tasered four or more times become
conditioned to the 50,000 volts of electricity, and are not
injured when electronic compliance tools are used on them in the
future. Scientists believe this is because their body has built
up some tolerance for the high voltages, and because they are
more likely to comply and stop moving when tasered.
Using the Taselerô
for KIDS! on your own children will have the dual
benefits of conditioning their body to 40,000 volts of
electricity, as well as getting immediate compliance after the
use of your Taselerô
for KIDS! (and having well behaved kids!). That means
your children will easily handle the 50,000 volts when the
police officer decides to use their electronic compliance tool
on your child. Conditioning has proven to last over 8 years
after four electronic compliance sessions (Taselerô
for KIDS! Barbed Spike Refills are only $1.99 in 100
for KIDS! has also been proven effective at
waking up children for school. We all know what a problem it can
cause when they miss the bus.*
7 major cities have already
equipped their parking enforcement officers with electronic
compliance tools. Forest Rangers are now equipped with
compliance tools. In 2014, most large retailers have plans to
equip their security guards, loss prevention personnel and
cashiers with electronic compliance tools, proving the safety
and effectiveness of this technology.
Police in Warren, Michigan have
pioneered the the use of electronic compliance tools on
animals who won't obey their commands. The Taselerô
for KIDS! is great for use on your pets, too!
Your pets need to be ready for when a police officer uses an
electronic compliance tool on them (when they won't stop, sit,
come, or stop barking).
A month before tasering the
animal who wouldn't comply, Warren, MI police used an electronic
compliance tool on a 16 year old boy, who died.
Authorities are considering murder charges against the parents
of the boy since they had an opportunity to use the Taselerô
for KIDS! to condition him to electronic compliance,
but neglected to do so.
Ask for your
In today's world, you
can't hit students... But the courts have ruled time and again
that tasering a non-compliant subject by a police officer is
perfectly OK for any reason. The police can't hit you but the
government says it's perfectly OK to taser you. It's time for
teachers to get the upper hand on unruly students.
contributed 4 Taselerô
for KIDS! and 500 Barbed Spike Refills to the
Roswell, IL Police Dept, who has offered to Taselerô
every student in Roswell, IL schools through
their Officer Friendly program.
NOTE: Due to budget cuts, Roswell's
Officer Friendly has been laid off.
up the good work Chief Giustino...
Chief Dan Giustino of the Pembroke Pines Police Department
stated "It looks like it was all properly done" when
officers used tasers on children after a school talent show. The
children were running away from police officers after they were
told to stop. They'll listen next time!