The Lord mayor of Mainz, Michael Ebling (SPD), the required use of the Taser in the municipalities to the test stand. With a view to the death in Pirmasens the electro-shock guns would have to be checked again carefully, it says in a statement on Tuesday. Only when all security issues are resolved, could be considered a use in the Municipal law enforcement service into consideration.

Ebling and the town hall, the heads of Ludwigshafen, animal, Kaiserslautern, and Koblenz (all SPD), demanded on Monday in a joint letter to the interior Minister, Roger Lewentz (SPD), a better equipment of municipal enforcement services. The forces of law and order should be fitted after the lower with the electro-pulse devices and body cameras, as well as with vehicles with blue lights and siren.

the Ministry of The interior in Mainz, Germany currently sees no reason to waive during police operations in certain dangerous situations on the use of electro-shock guns. So far, there have been positive experiences with the so-called Taser as a use of funds, to avoid the use of firearms.

If the distance the electron pulse device for the use in mid-January in Pirmasens may for the death of a 56-year-old man responsible, not even on Tuesday. The interior Ministry wants to await the outcome of the legal medical examination.