Police The Grappler Car Chase
It’s fairly common to see high-speed chases on your local news, and while some may be entertaining to watch, they put the public and officers at risk. The Grappler Police Bumper aims to change that by keeping pursuits from ending in a fatal crash. It was invented by Leonard Stock who came up with the idea in the middle of the night and then spent years to perfect it. Read more for two videos and additional information.



The steel device basically deploys a heavy-duty net that grabs onto the target’s back wheel, which then gets snugly wrapped and locks the axle while ruining the tire. Put simply, it can bring the vehicle to a stop within seconds.

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The Grappler is cutting-edge technology which makes a tremendous difference for troopers. This device positively impacts the safety of troopers, the public and suspects, helping to end pursuits as safely as possible,” said Lt. Col. Jenna Mitchell, assistant director of the Phoenix Highway Patrol Division.