Processus canadien d’approbation d'une technologie intermédiaire de maîtrise – Une approche structurée pour le choix et l'implantation d'une technologie intermédiaire de maîtrise destinée aux organismes policiers du Canada


  1. Wood, D.
  2. Goodman, L.
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Defence R&D Canada - Centre for Security Science, Ottawa ONT (CAN);Defence R&D Canada - Toronto, Toronto ONT (CAN)
One of the objectives of the Conducted Energy Weapons Strategic Initiative project is to develop a less lethal technology (LLT) approval process suitable for Canadian law enforcement. A focus group, with representatives from federal and provincial policy-makers, police officers, a technical advisor, medical advisor, legal advisor, public affairs advisor and a police training advisor, was established to guide the development. This report presents the Inputs, Outputs, Stakeholders, Sub-activities and Methods for each of the major activities in the proposed approval process: Identify Operational Requirements, Conduct Options Analysis, Conduct Subject Matter Expert Evaluations, Conduct End-User Evaluation, Implement, and Validate In-Service Performance. The activities in this approval process will support the decision-makers by providing the information needed to make evidence-based decisions before the selection and implementation of a new LLT capability.

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Report Number
DRDC-CSS-TR-2012-023(F) — Technical Report
Date of publication
01 Dec 2012
Number of Pages
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