This Police Department Confiscated 20,000 Pounds of Illegal Fireworks. Now Watch Them "Dispose" of it.

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Invention of the Day: New ‘Alternative’ Gun Attachment May Prevent Shooting Deaths

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The Ferguson Police Department is testing out a new device which they think might help prevent unnecessary shooting deaths.

“The Alternative” was invented by a retired police officer and is produced by a California-based company called Alternative Ballistics. It’s an orange accessory that sits on the end of a gun and basically slows down the bullet so it is less likely to kill someone (although it has never actually been used on a human).

“It’s going to feel like you’re getting punched in the chest by Barry Bonds,” CEO Christian Ellis told CNN. “It’s going to break some ribs.”

The company claims it only takes a few seconds to attach the device to the gun, and it doesn’t obstruct the view of the target through the sight.

Here’s a description of how it works according to Alternative Ballistics:

Once the weapon is fired; the bullet embeds itself inside the projectile with no chance of escaping, simultaneously transferring the bullet’s energy, propelling it directly at the target. Once the bullet is fired from the gun into the projectile they permanently become one unit. The docking unit will automatically eject from the weapon and the firearm returns to its normal function before it cycles in a new round.

Dubai's Police Force Has Some Drool-Worthy Rides

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An Indian Traffic Officer is Helping Out His City With a Little Moonwalking Action

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Remember to turn on closed captions for this one!

This Woman is About to Have a Very Special Traffic Stop

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One Brave Cop in Peru Goes Headfirst into Traffic to Save a Pooch in Need

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Dashcam of the Day: Cop Sings Taylor Swift’s ‘Shake It Off’

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When you're tweeted about by Taylor Swift, you know you've made it. Either that, or you've somehow incurred her wrath and she's going to write a passive aggressive song about you.

Officer Jeff Davis in Delaware was recently "caught" on camera singing along to Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off," while riding around in his car. The video has gone viral with over 14 million views since it was posted on January 16.

"While reviewing in-car cameras, we tend to see some 'interesting' things," the Dover Police Department writes in the video above. "We decided to share some of them with you in a new series we call 'Dashcam Confessionals.'"

He gets really into the song with some great hand gestures and facial expressions, but, unfortunately, the whole thing was staged, according to a spokesman for the police department.

Here's Swift's take on it below, to which the police department replied "Thanks for the mention Taylor Swift! Duet sometime?"