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L.A. County Deputies Kill Three Armed Suspects in Weekend Incidents

September 21, 2009
Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies shot and killed three armed suspects in separate incidents over the weekend, bringing the total number of fatal deputy-involved shootings so far this year to 13.

Streamlight Introduces Pink Nano Light for Breast Cancer Donation Program

September 21, 2009
Streamlight Inc., a leading provider of high-performance flashlights, has introduced the pink keychain Nano Light. Streamlight will donate $1 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation for each pink Nano Light sold.

SureFire Rolls Out 200-Lumen LX2 Flashlight

September 21, 2009
SureFire LLC, manufacturer of high-end illumination tools and tactical products, has announced the release of its new LX2 LumaMax flashlight. The LX2 is the natural evolution of the popular L2 LumaMax flashlight introduced by SureFire in 2004. It features a cutting-edge design with higher output and longer runtime than its predecessor.

Three Arizona Agencies to Share Data Using Spillman Software

September 21, 2009
The Sierra Vista Police Department, Sierra Vista Fire Department, and Fry Fire District will utilize a shared Spillman system. The agencies plan to store data on a common server, located at the Sierra Vista Police Department. Data on the server can be accessed by all three agencies, giving each access to a wide range of information and allowing personnel to identify regional crime trends.

Durham Police Officer Paid $60K in Overtime

September 18, 2009
Durham, N.C., city auditors are looking into why a desk officer in the Durham Police Department received $59,454 in overtime pay over the preceding 12 months.
Officers and kids were hosted at 5.11's Montana lodge; they fished on the Bighorn River, toured Custer Battlefield, and ate very well.

5.11 Hosts D.A.R.E. Officers and Kids at Fishing Lodge

September 17, 2009
On a warm June morning in southeastern Montana, a small flotilla of trout fishing boats floated down the Bighorn River. The boats carried 10 police officers, two school children and their mothers, employees of 5.11 Tactical, and a handful of fishing guides.

Rocker Ozzy Buys Police Dog for Indiana Agency

September 17, 2009
Osbourne has purchased a new dog for the canine unit of the Muncie Police Department, following the retirement of one of the agency's police dogs, the Star-Press reports.
Chief Tony Batts attends a community event in Long Beach, Calif. He takes over as Oakland's new police chief in October.

Exclusive: New Oakland Chief Outlines Improvement Plan

September 15, 2009
On the eve of taking over as the Oakland Police Department's top cop, Anthony Batts told POLICE Magazine the department needs technological modernization, better crime statistics and a nudge to heal from the loss of four officers killed by a desperate parolee in March.

FBI Warns Police After NYC Anti-terror Raid

September 15, 2009
Counter-terrorism officials are warning police departments around the country to be on the lookout for evidence of homemade bombs following raids on several New York City apartments in a hunt for explosives and possible links to al-Qaida operatives, the Associated Press is reporting.

New Orleans Officer Run Over by Carjacking Suspect Recovering from Injury

September 15, 2009
A New Orleans police officer mowed down by a carjacking suspect he was trying to apprehend last week is still recovering from a fractured arm, the commander of the New Orleans Police Department's 2nd District said Tuesday.
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