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Chief Constable Fahy defends police use of Tasers

The Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police, Sir Peter Fahy has defended the use of tasers by British police.

It comes as Police chiefs call for a safety review of tasers following the verdict in the inquest of Jordan Begley from Manchester.

Sir Peter Fahy says the record of British Police in terms of force is "remarkable."

There's always more we can learn. All my officers know that we act with restraint and that for any officer, their best weapon is their mouth

– Chief Constable of GMP, Sir Peter Fahy

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