What does it feel like to be tased?
"The digital pulse that comes out of the taser is the exact same pulse that we use inside our bodies, it confuses or brain, in part the central nervous system. It causes it to lock up and get overloaded, that way it incapacitates the individual and they're unable to move or continue being violent with us. ". The Police Academy volunteers were hooked up with clips, which delivers a similar shock as with a... The brave volunteers, including our own Tess Hedrick, volunteered to be tased by Sergeant Chad Farrington. "What the taser device
does for us is it basically mimics the brain waves or electrical impulses that our bodies use just to move, talk, eat," Sgt. Maybe not, but a couple of participants of the Ottumwa Citizen's Police Academy found out firsthand Monday.