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Daniel Defense to Offer AR Armorer's Course at SHOT Show 2017

December 6, 2016
Topics covered in this 90-minute course will include how to conduct a buttstock conversion, replace a fire control group, replace a barrel assembly, upgrade a muzzle device, and install a Daniel Defense free-float handguard. The session will also cover necessary equipment/tools, preventive maintenance schedule, spare parts, component life cycles, end-user maintenance, best practices, and tips and tricks.

VIMA to Present SHOT Show 2017 Session on How to Enhance Tactical Performance with Improved Vision

December 6, 2016
According to VIMA, Rev training enhances the user's sensory skills by removing milliseconds of visual information. "Think of it like resistance training for your brain," the company says. "As the Rev lenses strobe, your brain is forced to work with less, making decisions and reacting in a hyper-efficient way. You react faster and more accurately because you’re anticipating the movement instead of witnessing it."
<p>Trijicon RMR reflex sight mounted on handgun. (Photo: Trijicon)</p>

Trijicon to Offer Reflex Optics Class for Law Enforcement at 2017 SHOT Show

December 6, 2016
This 90-minute-long class on reflex optics is part of the Law Enforcement Education Program (LEEP) sponsored by the National Shooting Sports Foundation and POLICE Magazine. It will cover the practical use of reflex sights on rifles, shotguns, and handguns, how they work, and the advantages they offer in terms of tactical effectiveness, enhanced officer safety, and reduced officer and/or agency liability.

Video: TX Police Recruiting Video Spoofs Terrible Shooting Skills of "Star Wars" Villains

December 5, 2016
In the video posted Friday morning, a Fort Worth PD firearms instructor tries to teach a storm trooper from the "Star Wars" movies how to shoot. The storm troopers are notoriously bad shots.

Envisage Launches Acadis Mobile for High Stakes Testing

November 30, 2016
Envisage Technologies, creators of the Acadis Readiness Suite—a software solution built to manage the complex training operations for first responder communities—announced that they have begun offering a mobile application for Apple mobile devices. Acadis Mobile is available for download from the App Store.

DOJ Penalizes Denver Sheriff's Department for U.S. Citizenship Hiring Requirement

November 22, 2016
The U.S. Department of Justice has fined the Denver Sheriff's Department for making U.S. citizenship a job requirement for its deputies during a hiring spree in 2015 and early 2016.

Indiana Sergeant Shoots Self in Foot

November 11, 2016
A sergeant with the Lebanon (IN) Police Department is off work after shooting himself in the foot Wednesday night.

Video: MA Lieutenant Teaches Fellow Officers About Autism

November 4, 2016
A Massachusetts police lieutenant is on a mission to train fellow officers how to interact with those on the Autism spectrum, like his son.
<p>Col. Ann Assumpico, (Photo: Rhode Island State Police)</p>

1st Woman Chosen to Lead Rhode Island State Police

November 4, 2016
Ann Assumpico, a state police captain, was appointed colonel Thursday by Democratic Gov. Gina Raimondo. Assumpico becomes the 13th superintendent of the state police and also becomes the first woman to lead any police agency in Rhode Island.

Cleveland Police Training on New Use-Of-Force Policies Delayed

November 2, 2016
Cleveland police will not be fully trained on its new use-of-force policies until well into 2017, pushing back plans that said all officers would be trained by the end of this year.
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