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<p>The J.P. Enterprises SCR-11 precision sporting rifle has been released as a 5.11 Tactical co-branded version in Storm Grey. (Photo: Mark W. Clark)</p>

SHOT Show 2014—5.11 Shows Co-Branded Rifles

January 14, 2014
Tactical gear and apparel manufacturer 5.11 Tactical has teamed up with modern sporting rifle manufacturer J.P. Enterprises to sell a line of precision rifles.

Long Beach PD Chief to Run for L.A. County Sheriff

January 14, 2014
Six months after deciding he would not pursue Los Angeles County’s top law enforcement job, Long Beach Police Chief Jim McDonnell announced Monday that he will indeed run for the county post.
<p>The trigger assembly group of the new SIG P320. (Photo: Mark W. Clark)</p>

SHOT Show 2014: SIG Debuts Striker-Fired Duty Pistol

January 14, 2014
SIG Sauer entered the market for striker-fired duty pistols today at SHOT Show 2014 with the introduction of the the P320.

Liberty Ammunition Receives Perfect Score on NTOA Test

January 10, 2014
The testing officer said of the recoil, "I was astonished at the light recoil in my Glock 17. Despite being light, it cycled flawlessly."

Dallas Chief Shames Disciplined Employees on Twitter, Facebook

January 10, 2014
Chief David O. Brown of the Dallas Police Department has been publicly shaming disciplined employees on social media. Brown gives brief accounts of the discipline on his Twitter account and adds more details on his Facebook page.

Video: Man Killed by Mo. Deputy Ignored Warnings

January 9, 2014
The deputies warned and even pleaded with Ford to show them his hands and get down on the ground. “Nothing is worth getting shot over!” one of the deputies yelled.

San Diego Gangs Busted for Sex Trafficking

January 9, 2014
"The kind of sex trafficking described in this indictment is nothing less than modern-day slavery," said U.S. Attorney Laura Duffy at a news conference. "Unfortunately, more gangs are expanding from traditional pursuits like drug dealing into this lucrative business."
<p>The Fort Pierce PD&#39;s new MRAP vehicle was acquired for $2,000 from the Department of Defense. (Photo: Fort Pierce PD)</p>

Florida SWAT Team Receives MRAP Vehicle from Defense Department

January 9, 2014
The used Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle was bought for $2,000 from the defense department's Law Enforcement Support Office. A new one would have cost $700,000, the Fort Pierce Police said.

S.C. Man Gets 35 Years for Killing Police Dog

January 9, 2014
Deputies say McCreary was involved in an armed robbery in mid-December of 2011. He allegedly ran from deputies and in the process fired at them multiple times, hitting K-9 Fargo who later died.

Video: L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca to Retire at End of Month

January 7, 2014
Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca announced Tuesday that he would not seek a fifth term in office and would instead retire at the end of the month.
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