CRIME
11/25/2014 05:17 pm ET Updated Nov 25, 2014

Cop-Tech: The Inevitable Future Of Policing

Police points his rifle at demonstrators after a grand jury decided a white policeman will not face charges for killing a bla
Police points his rifle at demonstrators after a grand jury decided a white policeman will not face charges for killing a black teen on November 24, 2014 in Ferguson, Missouri. US President Barack Obama urged calm on November 24 as violent protests broke out on the streets of Ferguson after a grand jury decided a white policeman will not face charges for killing a black teen. AFP PHOTO/Jewel Samad (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)

From the shooting to the demonstrations, Monday night’s controversial grand-jury decision to the riots, Ferguson, Missouri hasn’t been a nice place for anyone — except for perhaps Taser, Inc. whose stock has almost doubled since Michael Brown was shot by Officer Darren Wilson on August 9. The reason: Taser’s side business in officer-worn cameras, which observers believe is a big selling point these days.

Read more on OZY

CONVERSATIONS