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John Elway signs an autograph for an excited fan at the IACP show in Denver. Elway drew hundreds of autograph seekers to the Digital Ally booth at the show.

Autograph Seekers Flocked to Digital Ally IACP Booth to Meet John Elway

October 15, 2009
Hundreds gathered around Digital Ally's Booth at the 116th International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Conference in Denver last Monday in the hopes of meeting John Elway.

Charlotte Officer Critically Injured in Patrol Car Accident

October 14, 2009
Officer Joe Willinsky, who has been on the police force for about 13 months and works in the Providence Division, is in critical condition at Carolinas Medical Center, according to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Officer Robert Fey, a spokesman for the department.

Las Vegas Officer Killed, Partner Seriously Injured in One-Car Accident

October 9, 2009
A Las Vegas Metro Police officer has died following a car accident Wednesday night. Officer Milburn "Millie" Beitel died at UMC following surgery. The other officer remains at UMC in serious but stable condition.
General Motors unveiled a concept version of its rear-wheel drive Caprice patrol vehicle at the IACP conference. It will be available in 2011.

Chevrolet Unveils 2011 Caprice Patrol Vehicle at IACP

October 5, 2009
The 2011 Caprice PPV will be available in two configurations: a 355-hp V8 that generates an estimated 384 lb-ft of torque and a tamer V6.

Ford May Introduce Taurus Patrol Car After Discontinuing Crown Vic In 2011

October 1, 2009
Several law enforcement agencies that annually purchase Ford's Crown Victoria Police Interceptor have been told the automaker may introduce a police version of its Taurus sedan for use as a patrol vehicle in late 2011, when the "Crown Vic" will no longer be produced, according to several reports.
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Baltimore Patrol Cars Return To Service After Fuel Contamination

September 27, 2009
A third of Baltimore's patrol fleet has returned to service, after a fuel-contamination incident at a city fueling station earlier in the week had briefly kept them out of service, the Baltimore Sun reports.

Man Sentenced To 3 Years For Lasering Police Copter

September 17, 2009
Pointing lasers at aircraft is extremely dangerous, and the pilot who was targeted by Balltazar Valladares, 30, said the incidents happen often in the Sacramento area.

Gamber-Johnson Announces New Mongoose Locking Slide Arm

September 16, 2009
Gamber-Johnson, an ISO 9001:2000 certified manufacturer of rugged docking stations and vehicle mounting solutions, announces the release of a new Locking Slide Arm, the Mongoose - a rugged mounting solution for cradles and docking stations.

Pro-gard Products Acquires AOI Electrical

September 15, 2009
Pro-gard Products, LLC, a leading manufacturer and supplier of law enforcement vehicle equipment, has completed its acquisition of AOI Electrical, Inc., the leading manufacturer and supplier of airbag control (on/off) switches. AOI Electrical will operate as a subsidiary of Pro-gard Products.
California sold five high-mileage BMW motorcycles used by the California Highway Patrol at its "Great California Garage Sale" auction. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed one of the motorcycles. Photo courtesy of the state's DGS.

California Auctions Surplus CHP Vehicles

September 3, 2009
Five high-mileage BMW motorcycles used by the CHP were auctioned for $2,200 each. The motorcycles were from the 2002, 2003 and 2004 model years and had odometer readings of more than 100,000.
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