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Baltimore Police Want to Add Safety Measures to 24 Transport Vans

June 4, 2015
Baltimore Police look at ways to improve safety and accountability in their prisoner transports.
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Code 3 Introduces SuperVisor Flex Light

May 6, 2015
Code 3 Inc. has introduced the SuperVisor Flex, an updated version of Code 3’s front windshield interior light, the SuperVisor U. The Flex is available in Torus MultiColor (18-up) and single color (9-up) lightheads. T
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Code 3 Introduces Emergency Lighting for the 2015 Charger

April 30, 2015
Code 3 Inc. has introduced a complete set of lights and sirens custom fit for the 2015 Dodge Charger: from the license plate to the front grille, to the lightbar, and finally to rear lights.
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Tactical Command Cabinets Introduces Watch Commander Board

April 24, 2015
Tactical Command Cabinets LLC has designed and engineered the new EX2240 watch commander tactical command board for incident command situations involving fire, police, EMS, and other public works vehicles. Complete with vertical incident command boards, now your agency can have a board on each side of the command area—even room for a horizontal pullout if needed.

Angel Armor Adds to Line of Ballistic Door Panels for Police Vehicles

April 15, 2015
“We are excited to extend our offering of revolutionary ballistic protection to a wider range of vehicles, protecting additional men and women of law enforcement,” said Philip Hicks, director of business development for Angel Armor.
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Brooking Industries Introduces Rear Hatch Pod for 2015 Chevy Tahoe

April 15, 2015
Brooking Industries' new ABS pod for the 2015 Chevy Tahoe accommodates an 8-head RayZR light stick and up to four popular ST6 surface mount light heads. The RayZR mounts in a fitted shelf while the ST6s mount on the sides at a 30-degree angle, providing optimum off-axis/intersection coverage.
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Havis Introduces New Prisoner Transport Inserts and Accessories

April 1, 2015
New Havis Prisoner Transport Inserts are designed specifically for a variety of vans, and are available in 80-, 100-, and 120-inch lengths with one, two, or three compartments.
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Kussmaul Electronics Introduces AutoCharge 40/20

April 1, 2015
Kussmaul Electronics' new 40/20 is a completely automatic, modified 3-step, single-channel battery charger designed for vehicles with a single battery system. The combined battery charger and low ripple battery saver provides a complete package. Additionally, the battery saver output provides uninterrupted power to accessory loads.

Iowa Officer Joins Ford's Police Advisory Board

March 30, 2015
A Mason City (Iowa) PD officer has joined Ford's Police Advisory Board to provide input on the automaker's law enforcement vehicles.
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RIBCraft Delivers Boat to Decatur Police Department

March 25, 2015
RIBCraft, manufacturer of professional grade rigid inflatable boats (RIBs) for safety professionals, law enforcement, and military agencies, announced the delivery of a specialized RIBCraft 7.8 for patrol and enforcement operations to the City of Decatur, Alabama.
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