[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] And the Mayerthorpe report isn't taking that long, says Steve Palmer, executive director of the Canadian Police Research Centre, and the incident has led to changes.
What does CPRC stand for?
CPRC stands for Canadian Police Research Centre
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- Club de Plongée de la Rade de Brest (French diving club)
- Coach and Player Review Board
- Coal Pile Runoff Basin
- Commandos Pedro Ruiz Botero
- Communes du Patrimoine Rural de Bretagne (French: Rural Heritage Commons of Brittany; Brittany, France)
- Consolidated Public Retirement Board (West Virginia, USA)
- Constitutional and Procedural Review Board
- Crowne Plaza Redondo Beach (California)
- Cost Performance Reporting And Baseline Management
- California Policy Research Center (University of California)
- Cancer Prevention Research Centre (various locations)
- Cardio Pulmonary Resource Center (Charlotte, MI)
- Central Polish Relief Committee
- Certified Professional Roofing Contractor (Florida Roofing, Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning Contractors Association, Inc.)
- Certified Public Relations Counselor
- Ceylon Planters Rifle Corps (Sri Lanka)
- Cheverly Parent Resource Center (Maryland)
- Child Policy Research Center (Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center; Ohio; est. 1999)
- Child Protection Rights Centre
- Chronic Poverty Research Centre (Manchester, UK)
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The Canadian Police Research Centre issued "Guidance on Use of Conducted Energy Devices.
I am encouraged that the Canadian Police Research Centre, along with previous reports from their peers at the International Association of Chiefs of Police, Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police, the State of Wisconsin and the British Columbia Office of the Police Complaints Commissioner found that when used properly and in accordance with the law, the TASER is an appropriate tool for law enforcement because it prevents injuries to suspects, prisoners and law enforcement personnel," said Rick Smith, CEO of TASER International.