EVENT: Law Society Public Debate Series – Does Taser use breach fundamental human rights?

Posted June 4th, 2013 in Forthcoming events by sally

“Tasers have been carried by the police since 2003. The aim of Taser use is to prevent conflict, protect life and resolve disputes. However, people have been injured by Taser guns during peaceful protests, when being arrested and when they have already been put in handcuffs.

This debate will help the profession look at not only legal context but also moral and human rights context of Taser use. During the debate each speaker will share their views so as to develop a balanced view of Taser use in the UK.”

CPD hours 1.5

Date: 24th June 2013, 6.00-7.45pm

Location: The Law Society

Charge: Free

More information can be found here.