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Striking Shield - RedMan Training Gear

April 1, 2009
RedMan’s Striking Shield is tough enough to withstand intense training and live duty scenarios with live duty batons. It can even be used as a duty shield. It’s made with a specially formulated heavy-duty vinyl material and dense impact-dispersing foam layered inside for greater impact protection. The shield back’s double handle design allows you to hold the bag five different ways.

Radar Recorder - Jamar Technologies

April 1, 2009
A common problem many departments are faced with is complaints about speeding. Instead of having an officer manually gather speed data with a radar gun to determine whether a location has a speeding problem, you can use JAMAR Technologies’ new device.

Auto-Vehicle Locator - COPsync

April 1, 2009
COPsync has released an Auto-Vehicle Locator (AVL) module for its COPsync software. This integrated software product provides a real-time, nationwide information collection and sharing network for law enforcement officers. The COPsync AVL provides typical mapping features to officers in the field, but also displays a map with the current location of all officers as they move about on patrol.

Inside the Waistband Holster - Fobus

April 1, 2009
Fobus’ Inside the Waistband holster is the first IWB designed by Fobus. It is contoured to allow a full range of motion while in use and makes the handgun appear almost invisible inside the waistband. The holster is lightweight and allows single-hand reholstering.

S.O.B. Holster - DeSantis Holster and Leather Goods

April 1, 2009
DeSantis concealed carry holsters give you a variety of choices to carry on your ankle, on your belt, or behind your back. The DeSantis S.O.B. (Small of Back) holster secures your handgun in one of the most discreet carry positions. Features include unlined leather construction, 1.75-inch belt slots, and a tension device for a secure fit.

N3 IWB Holster - Galco

April 1, 2009
The new professional-grade inside-the-waistband N3 holster is the third evolution in Galco’s NSA design series. The offset belt loop offers an extremely flat profile and excellent stability, while the reinforced mouth allows a smooth and easy return to the holster after the draw. A raised sweat guard protects the pistol from corrosive perspiration and also protects your skin from hard steel.

AVLS GPS Vehicle Tracking Products - Track Star

March 1, 2009
Track Star’s AVLS system is an affordable yet powerful and fully featured GPS-based vehicle tracking system ideally suited to the needs of Law Enforcement agencies, large and small. System features include real time position display and replays, vehicle status indications, reports to aid in all aspects of fleet supervision, and an easy-to-use operator interface.

Lightning Control Head for ES Series Mobile Radio - EF Johnson Technologies

March 1, 2009
EF Johnson Technologies has introduced the Lightning Control Head for its Project 25 compliant ES Series Mobile Radio. Key features of the patent pending Control Head include dash or remote mount configuration, 320 x 80 pixel display resolution, electroluminescent three-line text display with 16 alphanumeric characters, and five soft keys (backlight, display, channel select, scan, and tones).

New Magnesium Dock  - Gamber-Johnson

February 1, 2009
Gamber-Johnson’s new Mag Pandock is constructed out of a strong but lightweight magnesium shell, which enhances its overall look and performance. Its simplified docking mechanism makes for easy one-handed docking and undocking of the computer. The Mag Pandock includes an internal power supply and is compatible with the Panasonic Toughbook 27, 28, 29, and 30.

Badges, Patches and Pins - Recognition Services

February 1, 2009
Recognition Services has been creating custom emblematic jewelry for more than 30 years. Most of its custom lapel pins, full-size and mini-badges, embroidered patches, coins, and keytags are available for delivery in three to four weeks. Rush service is available.
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