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LAPD Chief Beck Says Shooting of Day Laborer Was Justified

September 8, 2010
Police also showed photographs of the bloodied 6-inch switchblade they say Jamines, 37, was holding at the time of the shooting. Investigators are testing the blood to see whose it is, the LAPD said.

Three LAPD Officers Injured During Standoff With Shooting Protesters

September 7, 2010
Four protesters were arrested and three LAPD officers were injured when bottles and a rock were thrown at them.

Discovery Channel Gunman was Armed with Starter Pistol, Bombs

September 2, 2010
The 'gunman' in yesterday's Discovery Channel hostage standoff was only armed with starter pistols, which are incapable of firing bullets. He also had bombs.

Discovery Channel Gunman Dead, Hostages Released

September 1, 2010
Numerous sources are reporting that police shot and killed a man who took three people hostage at the company's headquarters this afternoon.

SWAT Called to Discovery Channel's Maryland HQ, Gunman Inside

September 1, 2010
Montgomery County police have confirmed the Discovery Communications headquarters on Georgia Avenue in downtown Silver Spring has been evacuated after the report of a man possibly with explosives inside the building.
Hoonah (Alaska) PD's Sgt. Anthony Wallace (pictured, third from left) was fatally shot with colleague Officer Matthew Tokuoka on Sunday. Photo via Hoonah PD.

Man Accused of Killing Alaska Officers Surrenders After Standoff

August 30, 2010
The standoff between Alaska state troopers and the man they say killed two police officers in the village of Hoonah, a very small town near Juneau, ended this morning.
Hoonah (Alaska) PD's Sgt. Anthony Wallace was one of two officers fatally ambushed in an Alaska village near Anchorage.

Alaska Tactical Teams Surround Suspect Who Fatally Shot Two Officers

August 29, 2010
John Marvin Jr. allegedly shot 32-year-old Hoonah Police Sgt. Tony Wallace and 39-year-old patrolman Matt Tokuoka shortly after 10:30 p.m. Saturday.
Video captured by the HD Pole Camera Inspection System (HD-A9) can be viewed and recorded on a body-worn, solid state display that features a 3.5-inch color LCD.

Zistos Introduces New HD Pole Camera

August 25, 2010
Zistos Corp., a leading manufacturer of body-worn, portable pole camera systems, has introduced the HD Pole Camera Inspection System (HD-A9)-a full 1080P HD, battery-powered system that utilizes core technology developed by Panasonic. It features a 12x optical zoom and digital recorder, a triple sensor, 3 megapixel camera head (with a maximum resolution of 1920 x 1080), a built-in 2-channel microphone, and a range of advanced tuning functions.
The Initial Response fanny pack is equipped with large yellow pulls and reflective cording for better visibility and quick access. Photo courtesy of BlackHawk.

BlackHawk Releases Initial Response Gear

August 23, 2010
The BlackHawk Products Group has unveiled the Initial Response packs, belts, harnesses and vests for first responders. These products are compatible with others in the line, allowing the responder to create a system specific to the situation or mission.
Patriot3’s lightweight Flex Shield deploys in under 10 seconds and can be used in rigid and non-rigid states. Photo courtesy of Patriot3.

Patriot3 Introduces Flex Shield

August 23, 2010
Patriot3 has introduced the lightweight Flex Shield that features Flex-Mode capability, allowing it to conform to various surfaces with a deployment time of approximately 10 seconds.
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