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Roger served over 20 years with the NYPD, where he spearheaded the NYPD’s first dedicated facial recognition unit. The unit has conducted more than 8,500 facial recognition investigations, with over 3,000 possible matches and approximately 2,000 arrests. Roger’s enhancement techniques are now recognized worldwide and have changed law enforcement’s approach to the utilization of facial recognition technology.

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Reebok’s ZigTech is a proprietary zigzag foam midsole that is designed to flex like an athletic shoe, absorb heel shock, and provide energy return under the most punishing conditions.

Duty and Tactical Boots 2016

Whether you are walking a beat, working a perimeter, or making a dynamic entry, footwear manufacturers have a product that will match your mission.

Scenes from Police Week 2016

On Friday May 13 more than 20,000 people, including officers, survivors of fallen officers, and police supporters gathered on the National Mall in Washington, DC, for the 28th annual Police Week Candlelight Vigil. Normally held in and around the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, this year’s vigil was held on the Mall in the shadow of the Washington Monument and with the Capitol Hill as a backdrop. Attendees said the location made the event even more emotional.

POLICE Magazine sent photographer Lynn Cronquist to this year’s vigil. She captured images of survivors being escorted to their seats, dignitaries such as Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson and Attorney General Loretta Lynch speaking, the candlelight ceremony itself, and officers visiting the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial after the vigil to pay their respects to fallen comrades. (All Photos: Lynn Cronquist)

Officers Nationwide Pay Tribute to Slain Virginia Officer with Rookie Photos on Facebook

In honor of Officer Ashley Guindon of the Prince William County, VA, police, who was shot and killed her first day on the job, numerous officers nationwide have posted their first-day photos on Facebook. Here's a small sample of this tribute to Officer Guindon.

Point Blank Enterprises' Alpha Elite Black concealed body armor ballistic package is designed to be thin and 17% lighter than its predecessor but still provide Level IIIA protection. It is expected to be available in January 2016.

IACP 2015

Here's a look at a few of the products POLICE Magazine saw at this year's International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference in Chicago on the trade show floor Oct. 25-27. 

The Dickies Ventilated Ripstop Tactical Shirt offers a lightweight, flexible fit with moisture-wicking fabric that is perfect for warm weather conditions. The shirt includes chest storage pockets, a pencil sleeve pocket, a dedicated sunglass loop, and a hidden document pocket to keep your hands free and your mind on the task at hand. This 4.75-ounce shirt features ripstop flex fabric for comfort and ease of movement and features ventilated mesh panels to help keep you cool in hot environments.

Hot Weather Wear 2015

You can still keep your cool on duty this summer in garments made to beat the heat.

Under Armour's Valsetz RTS boots for military and law enforcement now feature new technology. The same Micro G cushioning from the company's running shoes makes them even more comfortable and Under Armour ClutchFit technology creates a skin-skin feel for powerful support in these 7-inch boots. Available in black, coyote, desert sand, and Ridge Reaper Barren camo.

Footwear 2015

Check out the latest duty boots to find a pair that will keep you comfortable and ready for anything during your shift.

The SI Ballistic Det Cord blends ballistic protection with Oakley fashion. Fully compliant with the ballistic and optical standards of MIL PRF32432 and ANSI Z87.1 (2010), Oakley's SI Ballistic Det Cord is balanced for aggressive environments and covert capabilities. It is also "fully-equipped" with its anti-fog coating, comms-compatible ear stems, and rubberized unobtanium nosepiece.

Eyewear 2015

These shades are made to shield your eyes while keeping you looking good on the job.

Hatch's Task Heavy Knuckle gloves are designed for shooting in rugged outdoor environments. These gloves feature a patented trigger finger "cut ring" that provides for optional removal of the index finger without unraveling the remaining edge, touchscreen technology that allows use with digital equipment, and the signature Ergo-Cut Floating Thumb.

Gloves 2015

Keep your hands protected and comfortable whether you're shooting or swiping a touchscreen.

Officer with candle.

National Police Week 2015

Photographer Lynn Cronquist photographed National Police Week 2015 for Police Magazine/PoliceMag.com. Here is a collection of some of her best shots. (All Photos: Lynn Cronquist Photography)

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