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New non-lethal tool for local police

Sale police station has received CEDs (or tasers) as part of a rollout for 24-hour police stations. Pictured (from left) Family Violence Unit commander Sergeant Mel McLennan, Local Area Commander for Wellington Police Inspector Robert Wallace, Acting Sergeant David Allen, Senior-Sergeant Mick Morris and Sergeant Andy Milbourne.

New non-lethal tool for local police

Sale police received conducted energy devices on Tuesday, as part of a roll-out to 24-hour police stations.


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