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Bloody Los Angeles Weekend Claims 14 Lives

June 10, 2008
Violence on the streets of Los Angeles County took 14 lives this weekend, underscoring the struggles of local law enforcement in dealing with a rise in homicides this year.

Streicher's Buys Arrington Police Distributors

June 2, 2008
Streicher’s Inc. , a leading public safety and police equipment distributor, today announced it has completed the acquisition of Arrington Police Distributors Inc., a well-known and respected law enforcement supply company serving the mid-Atlantic region. Streicher’s will wholly own Arrington.

LE Museum Design Approved by Arts Commission

May 28, 2008
The U.S. Commission of Fine Arts (CFA) has given its final stamp of approval to the first-ever, Congressionally authorized national museum dedicated to American law enforcement, which is scheduled to open in the nation's capital in 2011.

Gangster Disciples Targeted in Chicago Drug Sweep

May 21, 2008
Federal agents and Cook County sheriff's officers moved out at 6 a.m. Wednesday in a sweep aimed at the Gangster Disciples, one of the city's most powerful street gangs.

Arbitration Panel Gives Raise to NYPD Officers

May 21, 2008
Ending a protracted labor dispute, an arbitration panel on Monday awarded New York City’s roughly 23,000 police officers a retroactive 9.7 percent raise over two years and significantly increased the low starting pay for recruits by $10,781.

Remembering Fallen Officers

May 15, 2008
Police traditions that recognize the ultimate sacrifice should not be forgotten.

Mexican Police Chiefs Seek U.S. Asylum

May 15, 2008
Three Mexican police chiefs have requested political asylum in the U.S. as violence escalates in the Mexican drug wars and spills across the U.S. border, a top Homeland Security official told The Associated Press.

L.A. Police Aggressively Target Hard-Core Gangs

May 4, 2008
The mayor's office and the LAPD are promising to consolidate thinly scattered anti-gang resources and pour them into 12 beleaguered neighborhoods -- gang reduction zones -- where intense suppression would be coupled with gang intervention and prevention programs.
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N.C. Highway Patrol Suspends K-9 Program Over Accusations of Rough Training

May 2, 2008
The N.C. Highway Patrol took its police dogs out of service indefinitely Wednesday, after a hearing exposed rough obedience techniques such as shocking, suspending and kicking dogs.

Monadnock Releases AutoLock Baton with Hand Shield

April 29, 2008
The new AutoLock Defender shields a user’s gun hand from hostile strikes with a guard that fits over one’s knuckles. The guard helps keep the baton firmly gripped during blocking, striking and jabbing techniques and can be used with gloved or bare hands. The Defender is available in 16”, 18”, 21”, 22” and 26” lengths in black chrome finish with a textured grip.
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