Negligent Discharge?

#1
Can anyone please tell me the actual definition of a negligent discharge? A colleague of mine is doing research into injuries cused by negligent discharge. We cant find an actual definition. Thought you guys might know. That doesnt mean Im suggesting you have them often or anything. Its a genuine enquiry.
 
#4
chocolate_frog said:
Er, a discharge caused by negligence per chance?
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Nurseyboy1 said:
chocolate_frog said:
Er, a discharge caused by negligence per chance?
Cheers for that CF. You're the best. Keep it up you're doing well.
He he he he :p

Seriously, what did you expect from such a bone question?

Although it wasn't that far off the mark was it?

(b). ACPO Definition of Negligent Discharge: “In an operational or training setting, negligent discharge may be defined as the negligent discharge of a weapon caused by an act, which could and should have been foreseen and prevented. This act would be accompanied by a degree of negligence or recklessness”.
I would guess that injuries caused by ND would be Gun shot injuries.
 
#7
chocolate_frog said:
Nurseyboy1 said:
chocolate_frog said:
Er, a discharge caused by negligence per chance?
Cheers for that CF. You're the best. Keep it up you're doing well.
He he he he :p

Seriously, what did you expect from such a bone question?

Although it wasn't that far off the mark was it?

(b). ACPO Definition of Negligent Discharge: “In an operational or training setting, negligent discharge may be defined as the negligent discharge of a weapon caused by an act, which could and should have been foreseen and prevented. This act would be accompanied by a degree of negligence or recklessness”.
I would guess that injuries caused by ND would be Gun shot injuries.
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