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For his "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer sat down with Rick Smith, CEO of Axon Enterprise (AAXN) - Get Report , the body camera and evidence capture company formerly known as Taser. Shares of Axon are up 80% over the past 12 months.

Smith said that Axon is still the smallest competitor in their space, but their products speak for themselves and they're winning more deals than anyone.

When it comes to body cameras, Smith explained that the software is key. Police officers no longer need to spend hours writing up reports when there is video footage of the entire incident.

Smith says evidence has shown that using body cameras decreases fatalities by 50%, while complaints against police have fallen 93%. Cameras simply keep all parties on their best behavior, Smith said.

With Axon expanding overseas, Cramer said there are a lot of things going right with this company.

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