"Getting the pepper spray out, aiming it, and hoping you hit them might not be as effective as just scaring them off with a loud sound," said Taylor Wewers, UAFS student.
The UAFS students said this device would be easier to use than pepper spray.
"While pepper spray can be effective when used in close encounters, the [eAlarm] can be used at greater distances," said Raymond Ottman, UAFS police chief.
Full article: http://5newsonline.com/2017/01/31/safety-device-aims-to-stop-crime-on-college-campuses/
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