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Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Upgrades 883 TASER X26P Smart Weapons

TASER Announces Multiple Orders

SCOTTSDALE, AZ -- (Marketwired) -- 06/17/14 -- TASER (NASDAQ: TASR) today announced multiple orders of its TASER® brand conducted electrical weapons (CEWs) and its next generation Smart Weapons. These orders were received in and are expected to ship in the second quarter of 2014.

Significant TASER Weapon orders:

  • Cobb County Police Department (GA): 94 TASER® X2™ Smart Weapons, upgrade
  • Cuyahoga County Sheriff's Department (OH): 180 TASER® X26P™ Smart Weapons
  • Fort Worth Police Department (TX): 296 X2s
  • Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GA): 104 X2s, upgrade
  • Harris County Constable Precinct 4 (TX): 100 X26Ps
  • Hidalgo County Sheriff's Department (TX): 225 X26Ps
  • Houston Police Department (TX): 183 X2s, upgrade
  • Illinois State Police Academy (IL): 259 X2s with TASER® Cam™ HD recorders
  • Iowa State Patrol (IA): 507 X26Ps with 25 TASER Cam HD records
  • International order: 252 X2s
  • Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department (CA): 883 X26Ps
  • Miami Springs Police Department (FL): 50 X2s with TASER Cam HD recorders, upgrade
  • Parker Police Department (CO): 65 X2s with TAP
  • Pinellas County Sheriff's Department (FL): 111 X26Ps

Additional agencies deploying TASER SMART Weapons:

  • US Marshals Special Operations Group (LA): X26Ps
  • Alpharetta Department of Public Safety (GA): X26Ps
  • Allegheny County Police Department (PA): X2s
  • American Samoa Department of Public Safety (AS): X26Ps
  • Anne Arundel County Police Department (MD): X26Ps
  • Royal Barbados Police Force: X26Ps
  • Beavercreek Police Department (OH): X26Ps
  • Brownsville Police Department (TN): X2s
  • California State University Police - Channel Islands (CA): X26Ps
  • Dauphin County Adult Probation/Parole (PA): X2s
  • Del Norte County Sheriff's Office (CA): X2s and X26Ps, upgrade
  • Denton County Sheriff's Office (TX): X26Ps with TASER Cam HD recorders
  • Des Moines County Corrections Center (IA): X26Ps with TASER Assurance Plan (TAP)
  • Early County Sheriff's Department (GA): X26Ps
  • Farmington Police Department (NM): X26Ps
  • Florida Atlantic University Police (FL): X26Ps, upgrade
  • Florida Gulf Coast University Police Department (FL): X26Ps, upgrade
  • Francis Marion Campus Police Department (SC): X26Ps with TASER Cam HD recorders, TAP
  • Georgia Department of Driver Services (GA): X26Ps
  • Grand Prairie Police Department (TX): X26Ps
  • Hamilton Police Department (AL): X26Ps with TAP
  • Hanover County Sheriff's Office (VA): X26Ps
  • Hanson Police Department (MA): X2s
  • Henderson Police Department (NV): X26Ps, upgrade
  • Hermiston Police Department (OR): X26Ps with TAP
  • Isle of Wight County Sheriff (VA): X2s and X26Ps
  • Jackson Police Department (TN): X26Ps with TASER Cam HD recorders
  • Laurinburg Police Department (NC): X26Ps
  • Lompoc Police Department (CA): X2s with TAP
  • Louisville Police Department (KY): X2s
  • Maumee Police Department (OH): X2s, upgrade
  • North Las Vegas Police Department (NV): X2s
  • Oregon State Police (OR): X2s
  • Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office (FL): X2s with TASER Cam HD recorders
  • Park City Police Department (KS): X26Ps with TAP
  • Radcliff Police Department (KY): X2s
  • Red Rocks Community College Law Enforcement Training Academy (CO): X26Ps
  • Richmond County Sheriff's Office (GA): X2s and X26Ps
  • Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office (FL): X26Ps
  • Skokie Police Department (IL): X2s with TASER Cam HD recorders
  • Suffolk Police Department (VA): X26Ps with TASER Cam HD recorders
  • Three Affiliated Tribes Police (ND): X2s with TAP
  • Troutdale Police Department (OR): X26Ps
  • Victoria Police Department (TX): X26Ps
  • Warrior Police Department (AL): X26Ps
  • Zavala County Sheriff Office (TX): X2s with TAP

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About TASER International, Inc.

TASER International makes communities safer with innovative public safety technologies. Founded in 1993, TASER first transformed law enforcement with its electrical weapons. TASER continues to define smarter policing with its growing suite of technology solutions, including AXON body-worn video cameras and EVIDENCE.com, a secure digital evidence management platform. More than 126,000 lives and countless dollars have been saved with TASER's products and services.

Learn more at www.TASER.com and www.EVIDENCE.com or by calling (800) 978-2737.

TASER® is a registered trademark of TASER International, Inc., registered in the U.S. All rights reserved. TASER logo, TASER X26™, TASER X26P™, TASER X2™, TASER Cam™ HD, and AXON are trademarks of TASER International, Inc.

Note to Investors

Please visit http://investor.taser.com, http://blog.taser.com, www.twitter.com/taser_ir, www.twitter.com/officialtaser and https://www.facebook.com/TASER.International where TASER discloses information from time to time about the company, its financial information, and its business.

Visit our Investor Relations Safe Harbor Statement at: http://investor.taser.com/safeHarbor.cfm

For investor relations information please contact Erin Curtis by phone at 480-515-6330 or via email at [email protected].

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