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Warwick Mills TurtleSkin Patrol Glove - Warwick Mills

June 1, 2005
TurtleSkin’s new Patrol Glove provides all-over slash protection for those dangerous times when a blade may injure your hand. TurtleSkin is a protective material that has the ability to withstand great stress, making it effective in a patrol glove. The glove itself has an outer shell made of leather and neoprene and a 100-percent aramid knit lining that provides additional protection.

Philips Electronics HeartStart FRx Defibrillator - Philips Electronics

June 1, 2005
Philips Electronics’ HeartStart FRx Automated External Defibrillator recently received FDA clearance for its improved design. The rugged AED still gives operators step-by-step instructions for treating sudden cardiac arrest. Now, the device can also handle wireless data transfer to a palmOne PDA to enhance useability. Also new are preconnected smart pads that can be used to treat all patients.

Henry Repeating Arms Stainless Steel Handcuffs - Henry Repeating Arms Company

June 1, 2005
Henry Repeating Arms’ new stainless steel handcuffs are made of Type 304 stainless steel. Although lightweight at only nine ounces, the cuffs offer double-lock security, U.S. National Institute of Justice compliance, and a 19-tooth ratchet system. Optional custom engraving is available for easy identification and each pair of cuffs comes with a lifetime warranty.

Maptech GPS Maps for Smartphone - Maptech

June 1, 2005
Maptech’s new Outdoor Navigator for Windows Mobile Smartphone is advantageous to officers on the move. The service provides more than 58,000 off-road maps and 2,300 boating maps to users’ Smartphones, PDAs, and Pocket PCs for $19.95. Each detailed map shows buildings, paved roads, towers, power lines, and more. The Windows Mobile Smartphone has a 20-hour battery life and can be coupled with Bluetooth GPS to take full advantage of the Outdoor Navigator.

Thorogood Footwear Omega Tactical Boots - Weinbrenner Shoe Co.

May 1, 2005
Thorogood Footwear’s new Omega series of tactical boots are designed to provide the performance and protection necessary to get the job done for any tactical application.

Maxsell Corporation H.R. 218 Law Officer Badge - Maxsell Corporation

May 1, 2005
The H.R. 218 law allows current and retired law enforcement personnel to carry a concealed weapon nationwide. Officers will likely need to identify themselves via an official photo ID as well as a badge for instant visual identification. Maxsell Corp. now offers the H.R. 218 law officer badge to identify a qualified individual as a “national concealed carry law officer.”

TacView Pole Camera - TacView

May 1, 2005
The TacView 1400 was developed to address officers’ surveillance needs with a safe solution. TacView is a micro camera with 24 infrared diodes attached to a telescopic pole. The TacView 1400 extends to 5.5 feet, can capture images in light or dark, and has a detachable camera head that can clip to a shield for surveillance when behind cover.

Pelican Products 2430 MityLite Plus 4AA - Pelican Products

May 1, 2005
Pelican Products’ new 2430 MityLite Plus 4AA flashlight has a tailcap switch that allows for one-handed operation and a separate, replaceable lamp that promises ease of maintenance. The lamp’s high-powered Xenon bulb provides 32 lumens for up to four hours of consecutive battery burn time. Water resistant and constructed of ABS resin plastic, the rugged 2430 is UL Class 1, Division 2 approved. Standard features include a safety lanyard and helmet clip as well as a lifetime guarantee.

Palomar Display Products Mobile Computing System - Palomar Displays Products, Inc.

April 1, 2005
The new Trooper II mobile computing system from Palomar Display Products incorporates the latest available technology and utilizes a versatile open design. The system is equipped with a state-of-the-art Intel 1.6MHz Pentium M processor, 512MB of RAM, and a 20GB hard drive that allows for upgrade options.

BIO-key Biometrics Authentication System - Bio-key International

April 1, 2005
BIO-key’s new WEB-key fingerprint-based authentication systems give agencies a way to control access to secure applications. WEB-key uses biometrics technology to scan, measure, and analyze individual fingerprints, comparing them to a database of live images to confirm or deny access into any secured, registered area. Users can register their fingerprints with BIO-key, so other forms of identification are unnecessary.
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