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Police Supplier Website Launches

August 20, 2003  | 

Police magazine has added to its Website a powerful new resource for any officer who is shopping for police equipment and supplies. PoliceSupplier.com is not just an online extension of the annual Police Buyer’s Guide, but an expanded, continually updated source of product information.

Let’s say you’ve been asked by the captain, the chief, or whoever gives you orders to find new computers for your agency. Police Supplier can help you find all kinds of computer vendors. All you need to do is go to www.policesupplier.com, plug in the keyword “computers,” click “search,” and Police Supplier will give you a list of active links to the Websites of companies that make and sell computers.

Don’t want to type a keyword? We’ve got that covered, too. Just click on the pull-down menus for “category” and “sub-category” and choose the class of gear that you need.

Just like Police’s annual Buyer’s Guide, which is published each year in the July issue, Police Supplier is an invaluable and comprehensive resource for anyone shopping for police equipment and supplies. But in some ways it’s much better.

Visit www.policesupplier.com or click on the link from the Police magazine Website to use Police Supplier and find out more.

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