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Model Officer Stacie Beck is photographed by Mark W. Clark, also a Scottsdale PD officer, for the "Well Dressed Female Officer" contest.

Police Magazine's Well Dressed Officers

View photo shoot outtakes from our new promotional series called the "Well Dressed Officer" contest. Six times a year, we outfit a themed officer — SWAT, Patrol, Female, Special Ops, K-9, Federal and Bomb Tech — with equipment from law enforcement suppliers. One lucky POLICE Magazine reader, who must be a sworn law enforcement officer, wins the entire package of gear. Enter by visiting the contest page at PoliceMag.com. Photos by Mark W. Clark.

New RAID Eyewear from 5.11 Tactical comes with three easy to change lenses in  smoke, ballistic orange, and clear. Molded inserts and an adjustable and  padded nosepiece offer stability and a great fit. RAID eyewear provides  100 percent protection from UVA and UVB radiation and meets ANSI  Z87.1-2003 and EN 166(F) protective eyewear standards. It includes a  Slickstick protective case, microfiber cleaning bag, and strap.  Replacement lenses are available separately.

Ballistic Eyewear

Our eyewear product roundup includes seven versatile models, each created with either tactical or ballistic specifications. Many of the products are ergonomically-designed and feature a variety of new features such as scratch resistance, ballistic lenses, UVA/UVB/UVC protection, climate control seals, and interchangeable accessories.

The official manufacturer of the RCMP Strathcona boot, Alberta Boot Co. also makes different variations of full leather traffic, dress, and motorcycle boots for law enforcement. The Black Strathcona boot is used by many police forces for both traffic and motorcycle duty. It features the "Tramper" foot for increased comfort and can be ordered with or without zippers and with choice of soles.

Duty Boots: 2011

If you're searching for a new pair of uniform boots in the New Year, you'll have plenty of choices, whether you're a patrol officer, tactical operator or motor cop. View our gallery of nine choices for law enforcement duty, including options from Alberta Boot Co. and Rocky's Long Range designed specifically for female officers.

Cross Match Technologies' Mobile Rapid ID provides law enforcement  agencies with immediate verification of subjects' identities in the  field. Wireless technology liberates officers to capture  forensic-quality biometric data for comparison against stored watch  lists or databases.

IACP 2010 Products

Each year at the annual conference of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), the leading manufacturers of law enforcement products roll out some of their most innovative offerings. The 2010 IACP show was no exception. Here's an overview of some of the most interesting products we saw at this year's IACP. For more coverage of the show, pick up our December issue.

Deputy Matt Martin of the Fauquier County (Va.) Sheriff's Office met actor Robert Duvall during a local fund-raiser at the actor's farm. Martin is a master deputy sheriff assigned to the patrol division.

Officer Brushes With Greatness

We asked you to send us a photo of you in uniform with a recognizeable person for a "brush with greatness" photo gallery. After receiving all your submissions, we've assembled them into this gallery, so enjoy paging through to see the familiar faces posing with law officers whose work has led them into contact with actors, politicians and other celebrities. Thanks for all your submissions!

After stealing a BMW, suspect Daniel Brown asked a Peoria (Ariz.) PD  officer to help him move the disabled vehicle. The two men scuffled, and  Brown ran toward a gas station, where he stole a delivery truck. He then led a trio of law enforcement agencies on a pursuit that terminated at a Safeway grocery  store.

Shots Fired: Scottsdale, Ariz., Crime Scene Photos

Det. James Peters of Scottsdale (Ariz.) PD SWAT responded to a Safeway grocery on April 23, 2006, following a multi-agency pursuit of suspect Daniel Brown, who had scuffled with a patrol officer while attempting to steal a BMW. Brown then jacked a Krispy Kreme delivery truck and led officers to the Safeway, where he crashed through the front doors and then took a senior citizen hostage with a handgun. Peters ended the threat with two well-placed shots. Read the full story of this "Shots Fired." Photos courtesy of Scottsdale PD. Warning: Gallery contains a graphic image.

Deputy Sgt. Yvonne Shull collected one patch from each sheriff's agency in the county with the help of parents Ernie and Alice (pictured left) Shull. The Orange County Sheriffs' Department picked Sgt. Shull it's distinguished deputy in 2010 for her 24-year career, which includes supervising 200 hundred homicide cases. Photo by Jerry Manson/OCSD.

National Sheriffs' Patch Collection

View our photos of the highlights of a collection of patches from sheriffs' departments across the country that was on display at the National Sheriffs' Association Conference in June. Orange County (Calif.) Sheriff Department's Deputy Sgt. Yvonne Shull spent 13 years collecting a patch from each of the nation's more than 3,200 sheriffs' agencies. Alaska is the only state not represented, because there are no sheriffs' agencies there. Shull's parents helped assemble sewn panels of rows of patches that covered the front and back of a 185-foot display. Click "View the Gallery" to see the individual patches.

Practice knife-defense techniques using training knives and the appropriate protective gear. You'll want to learn how to use a knife, so you can defend against it. Get a few training knives and put yourself into a realistic situation with a determined attacker to test your defense move.

Surviving Edged Weapon Threats

Knowing how to effectively respond to an unexpected knife attack is a crucial officer-safety concern. If a suspect is further than 21 feet, you may be able to fire one or two shots, though you'll want to rotate off line to try to get out of the path of the incoming knife. To survive a deadly knife threat, know your tactics, study concealment, realize capabilities, learn knife fighting and develop basic knife defenses. Photos and captions by Al Abidin.

Officers and survivor families hold their candles during the 2010 National Law Enforcement Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) candlelight vigil. Photo courtesy of NLEOMF.

National Police Week: Candlelight Vigil

More than 20,000 officers, police survivors, dignitaries, and invited guests participated in a candlelight vigil at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in D.C. This year, the vigil included the reading of 334 names of officers who have been added to the memorial walls, including 116 who ended watch in 2009.

Sgt. Mark Renninger was one of four Lakewood (Wash.) Police officers killed during a coffeehouse ambush. A department patch accompanies the placard stating, "Forever a hero, you will never be forgotten."

National Police Week: What They Left Behind

The names of almost 19,000 law enforcement men and women have been added to the curving, 304-foot marble walls of the National Law Enforcement Officer's Memorial. The officers and families who knew them arrived at the memorial during National Police Week to pay tribute by leaving roses, photos, wreaths, a SWAT helmet, a duty flashlight, and other personel items.

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