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Ecumenical Panel Will Investigate Oakland SWAT Tragedy

June 2, 2009
A board that will include law enforcement experts from across the state and the nation will conduct a "complete review" of the March 21 fatal shootings of four police officers, the Oakland Tribune reports.

Texas SWAT Team Dissolves Hostage Situation with Bean Bag Shot

May 27, 2009

Authorities shot a man with a bean bag gun as he allegedly held his family hostage early Wednesday morning.

Corporal and Sergeant of Arkansas State Police Named NLEOMF Officers of the Month

May 25, 2009
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) has announced the selection of Corporal Blake E. Wilson and Sergeant Steven Bryan Davis of the Arkansas State Police as its Officers of the Month for March 2009.

Oakland SWAT Captain Asks to be Reassigned After Team Expresses "No Confidence"

May 14, 2009
Capt. Ed Tracey made his request after a meeting with the 24-member SWAT team, during which officers said they "weren't confident in him" because of his conduct during the March 21 incident, a law enforcement source said. Two SWAT officers died in the raid.

Review Finds LAPD Acted Appropriately in 2008 Incident that Killed SWAT Officer

May 14, 2009
After killing his father and two brothers in their Winnetka home, Edwin Rivera, 20, kept police at bay during an eight-hour standoff that ended with officers killing Rivera. The death of SWAT officer Randall Simmons, who was killed by Rivera during an ill-fated attempt by SWAT officers to apprehend Rivera and rescue any survivors, rocked the tightly-knit unit and the LAPD as a whole.

Propper Debuts Light Tactical Pant

April 24, 2009
Propper International introduces the new Propper Light Tactical Pant, just in time for the warm weather. Exclusive to Propper, the Light Tactical Pant comes with a free black nylon duty belt, a secure wallet pocket-in-a-pocket, and a double coin/utility pocket, all at a wallet-friendly price of $34.99.

FBI SWAT Action Near San Diego May Have Foiled L.A. Kidnapping

April 17, 2009
According to the complaint, the case began when the FBI's Major Mexican Traffickers Strike Force began to focus last year on a drug-smuggling ring allegedly headed by Armando Gonzalez. Over time, however, the focus shifted from drug smuggling to kidnapping as the strike force learned that Gonzalez's group was stalking people who purportedly had stolen a 2,500-pound load of marijuana from them.

Original S.W.A.T. WinX2 Boot: More Bang for the Buck

April 15, 2009
Original S.W.A.T. Footwear Company kicks off summer with the brand new WinX2 boot, packed with quality and performance features at an amazing price.  The WinX2 is built with the same quality and material standards as all Original S.W.A.T. boots.

Tapco Releases New Composite AR-15 Magazine

April 15, 2009
Molded of reinforced composite, the magazine has a 30-round capacity and it fits the AR15, M4, and M16. It is compatible with stripper clips and Lula loaders and works with both .223 and 5.56 ammunition. Aggressive horizontal ridges provide increased gripping surface for insertion and extraction of the magazine in wet or muddy conditions.
The Patriot3 RAID tactical vehicle can seat 10 fully equipped operators and features the Liberator ETS ramp and ladder system.

Patriot3 Giving Away Tactical Vehicle Through NTOA Grant Program

April 9, 2009
Through the National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA) Special Product Assistance for Needed Tactical Officers Assets (SPA) grants program, Patriot3 is giving away its demo RAID (Rescue, Access, Intervention, Deployment) vehicle equipped with the Liberator ETS (Elevated Tactics System).
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