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ProHands Announces New Tactical Model for Handgun Accuracy

June 2, 2016
ProHands, the inventors and manufacturers of hand exercisers for athletes, musicians, and rehabilitation have announced the company's first model designed specifically for shooters.

Dallas Police Having Trouble Filling Ranks

May 24, 2016
The last two academy classes have been canceled because there weren't enough applicants. Now it may have to be canceled a third time.
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Introducing First Tactical’s Line of Range and BDU Belts

May 18, 2016
First Tactical Belts are pre-curved for an ergonomic fit and composed of a double layer of reinforced nylon webbing with a HD polymer buckle.

Michigan State Lineman Quits Football for Law Enforcement Career

May 16, 2016
Michigan State defensive tackle Damon Knox is leaving the team and will skip playing in 2016 in order to move on to a career in law enforcement.
<p>Former Columbine High School principal Frank DeAngelis will provide a keynote address at the NASRO school safety conference. </p>

Former Columbine Principal to Keynote National School Safety Conference

May 10, 2016
Former Columbine High School principal Frank DeAngelis will provide a keynote address at the National Association of School Resource Officers' (NASRO) school safety conference in Anaheim, CA, in July.
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Ferguson to Swear in New Police Chief

May 9, 2016
Ferguson, MO, the St. Louis suburb that erupted into weeks of racially charged protests after a police officer killed an unarmed teen in 2014--an act of force that was proven to be justified by a county grand jury and a DOJ investigation--is slated to swear in its first African-American police chief Monday.

Philadelphia Reduces College Requirement for Officers

May 3, 2016
Since January, a new commissioner has been running the Philadelphia Police Department, and when it comes to cops and college, he's about to flip the script.
<p>Z-Clean Ammunition (Photo: National Police Ammo)</p>

2 Major Florida Agencies Adopt National Police Ammunition (NPA) Z-Clean Ammunition

May 2, 2016
National Police Ammunition (NPA) announced its proprietary Z-Clean ammunition has been adopted by two of Florida's largest law enforcement agencies: the Orange County Sheriff's Office and the City of Miami Police Department.

Video: Unloaded Gun 'Dry-Fired' at DC Officer's Head, Sources Say

April 19, 2016
An officer in the Metropolitan DC Police Department's first district "dry-fired" an unloaded weapon at the head of another officer during a roll-call meeting on Saturday afternoon, possibly under orders from a sergeant as part of a training exercise.
<p>Joseph D&#39;Amico tendered his resignation as superintendent of the New York State Police. (Photo: New York State Police)</p>

New York's State Police Superintendent Resigns Abruptly

April 8, 2016
D'Amico, 56, tendered his resignation as superintendent of the New York State Police to Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Friday morning.
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