injurious force

See: battery
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Our precedent, then, leads to the conclusion that a police officer may only use serious injurious force, like a taser, when an objectively reasonable officer would conclude that the circumstances present a risk of immediate danger that could be mitigated by the use of force.
The pervasiveness of institutional racism in Canadian universities has often been unacknowledged by university administrators, faculty, staff, and students unacquainted with its injurious forces.
Lung damage resulting from ventilation arises from injurious forces that are applied repetitively to the airways and lung parenchyma.