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Revision Offers Batlskin Headgear To Law Enforcement

May 4, 2012
The Batlskin System includes the front mount, mandible guard and visor. It provides light-weight protection from blunt force, blast and ballistic threats. The system was designed for use with the U.S. military's Advanced Combat Helmet (ACH).
<p>5.11 Tactical&#39;s MiniRam. Photo: 5.11 Tactical</p>

5.11 Tactical Introduces Tactical Breaching Tools

April 27, 2012
5.11 Tactical will release its line of breaching tools in the fall that offer lighter weight tools for patrol officers as well as a heavy kit and hydraulic training door for entry teams, the company announced.

NTOA Announces New Executive Director

April 19, 2012
The National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA) has named Mark Lomax as its new executive director. Lomax, according to a release, "brings us a unique set of qualifications, with an exceptional blend of law enforcement, training and academic experience."

Barricaded Suspect Who Shot Calif. Deputy Planned Ambush

April 18, 2012
The former security guard suspected of gunning down the Stanislaus County (Calif.) Sheriff's deputy and locksmith who tried to evict him had planned an extended ambush of officers.
<p>Greenland Police Chief Michael Maloney. Photo: GPD website</p>

N.H. Police Chief Killed, 4 Wounded In Drug Raid

April 13, 2012
Greenland (N.H.) Police Chief Michael Maloney was eight days from retirement when he was gunned down during the raid targeting Cullen Mutrie, 29, at a Post Road home.
<p>Stanislaus County (Calif.) Sheriff&#39;s Deputy Robert Paris. Photo: SCSD</p>

Calif. Deputy's Shooting Leads To 11-Hour Standoff

April 13, 2012
More than 100 officers surrounded a Modesto, Calif., apartment complex, following the fatal shooting of a Stanislaus County Sheriff's deputy on Thursday.

Video: N.M. Cops Fatally Shoot Suicidal Man

April 11, 2012
A suicidal man can be seen holding a gun to his own head and repeatedly ignoring an officer's command to drop the weapon in lapel video and dash-cam footage.
<p>A sawed-off assault rifle lays next to a children&#39;s toy after a suspect&#39;s gunfight with officers. Photo: NYPD</p>

4 NYPD Officers Shot In Hostage Stand-off

April 9, 2012
Four NYPD officers were wounded in a Sunday gunfight in Brooklyn with an ex-con, after he held hostage his pregnant girlfriend and their infant son. Three of the officers were shot in the leg, and one was grazed in the face. None of the four were seriously hurt.

Calif. School Shooter Calmly Sprayed Classroom with Bullets

April 3, 2012
Harboring a murderous grudge against students and administrators he believed disrespected him, 43-year-old One L. Gon was "chaotic, calculated, and determined" to kill, Oakland Police Chief Howard Jordan told ABC's "Good Morning America" Tuesday.

Gunman Kills 7, Wounds 3 at Calif. College

April 2, 2012
A former student opened fire in a classroom at a small independent university in Oakland Monday morning, killing seven and wounding three others. The gunman was taken into custody by police in the parking lot of a shopping mall near Oikos University.
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