XREP

AcronymDefinition
XREPeXtended Range Electronic Projectile (TASER International, Inc.)
XREPeXtended Range Electro-Muscular Projectile
XREPAuxiliary Report
XREPExploitation and Reporting Coordinating Committee
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The jury has heard that although the XREP hit his arm, it did not pierce the skin, and any electric shock was localised, if it happened at all.
He added the XRep was the only way of not killing Moat outright.
Moat's relatives have accused the police of shooting him at point-blank range with the XREP - saying his injuries were "inconsistent" with a shotgun wound.
A Home Office spokesman said: "The XREP is an extended range electronic projectile marketed by Taser International.
In a letter to the Commons HomeAffairs Select Committee, Crime Prevention Minister James Brokenshire said the Home Secretary was "satisfied that the company supplied X12 Tasers and XRep ammunition to Northumbria Police and to another police force contrary to their authority".
The XRep guns, on trial in England and Wales, were used "around the time" he put a sawn-off shotgun to his head and took his own life, an inquest was told yesterday.
During the hearing yesterday at Newcastle Crown Court, Mr Straw put it to Chief Superintendent Joanna Farrell that force bosses were worried about filming what effect the untested Xrep electro-shock Taser would have on the cornered killer.
The Home Office ruled it breached its licence by supplying the X12s and XRep ammunition to two forces.
In a letter to the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee, Crime Prevention Minister James Brokenshire said the Home Secretary was "satisfied that the company supplied X12 Tasers and XRep ammunition to Northumbria Police and to another police force contrary to their authority".
On Tuesday, it emerged police had fired shotgun-mounted XRep Tasers at Moat, which were not approved for use by the Home Office.
Moat was hit by an XREP projectile, which was intended to incapacitate him.