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Harley-Davidson Peace Officer Softail - Harley-Davidson

December 1, 2005
Harley-Davidson has added a new model to its line of Peace Officer Special Edition motorcycles. The company’s popular Heritage Softail model is now available in black with silver accents. New features on the Peace Officer Special Heritage Softail and Electra Glide include an easier to use clutch system and an improved brake system that uses Dot 4 fluid for better brake feel. The Peace Officer Special Edition motorcycles are only sold to law enforcement officers for use as their private vehicles.

L-3 Communications Motorcycle Digital Recorder - L-3 Communications

October 1, 2005
With its rugged, reliable, solid-state memory, L-3 Communications’ Flashback CycleVision gives motorcycle officers the ability to digitally record video evidence to enhance their safety while protecting them from unwarranted allegations. Flashback CycleVision’s resistance to shock and vibration and its compact profile make it ideal for motorcycle use. It also uses less than 2 amps of power, so it will not drain the motorcycle’s battery.

Havis-Shields Stout Mount In-Car Console - Havis-Shields

October 1, 2005
Havis-Shields’ new sturdy in-vehicle computer mounting solution, the Stout Mount, provides durability and a simple low profile. Two-piece housing allows for adjustable height, while independent keyboard and monitor brackets allow customizable height positioning during installation. A swing arm provides easy and comfortable positioning of a keyboard or laptop, then easily gets the device out of the way when not in use.

Parker TireSaver Nitrogen Generator - Parker

October 1, 2005
Parker TireSaver Nitrogen Generators allow agencies to fill their vehicles’ tires with nitrogen gas instead of compressed air. This practice can help maintain proper inflation pressure and prevent one of the major causes of tire failures. Dry nitrogen gas provides more consistent tire pressure and reduces the need to check tire pressures.

Pierce Tire Monitoring System - Pierce Manufacturing Inc.

October 1, 2005
The new tire protection system now available on Pierce’s homeland security apparatus includes a tire monitoring system and a tire wheel protection band. The tire monitoring system senses tire pressure and temperature to maintain proper vehicle handling, stability, and overall performance. A unit in the cab displays tire information so the system warns you of a potential tire problem before it happens.

Carson Sirens Siren Amplifier - Carson Manufacturing Company, Inc.

October 1, 2005
SA-380 Alert is the newest rugged amplifier from Carson Sirens. The 100-watt, console-mount siren features a P.A. and only the most popular functions. After researching what officers needed and wanted in the product, the company eliminated many of the under-utilized features found on most sirens.

RAM Mounts Mobile Printer Enclosures - RAM Mounting Systems

October 1, 2005
New RAM in-car Mobile Printer Enclosures and Cradles hold printers securely in place in your car. These enclosures are currently available for Pentax PocketJet Series, Canon BJC-85, and HP Deskjet 450 printers. All can be mounted alone or integrated into your existing RAM system, including the RAM no-drill vehicle product line.

FIRE Panel Vehicle Fuel Tank Shield - F.l.R.E. Panel LLC

September 1, 2005
To prevent explosions that can result from vehicle collisions that rupture fuel tanks, Scottsdale, Ariz.-based FIRE Panel LLC designed a protective shield containing a powdered fire-extinguishing agent, which is mounted on or near a vehicle’s fuel tank. The panel is molded from General Electric’s Noryl resin, allowing the shield to shatter upon significant impact yet maintain its integrity under normal conditions.

Panasonic All-Digital In-Car Video System - Panasonic

August 1, 2005
Panasonic’s Toughbook Arbitrator mobile digital video system allows patrol vehicles to capture video in real time with high-quality digital images. The all-digital solid-state video system instantaneously archives images for later use as it records. Features include a ruggedized 220X zoom camera with built-in infrared and 0.06 lux low-light capability engineered to meet MIL-STD 810F standards and MPEG4 compression for easy storage and fast wireless transmission of full-motion video files.

Info-Cop Voice-Activated Software - Info-Cop

August 1, 2005
The new version of Info-Cop allows police officers to use voice commands to control in-vehicle devices such as sirens, scanners, GPS units, and lights. With Speech User Interface technology officers can also gain immediate access to motor vehicle and warrant information in local, state, and federal crime databases just by speaking commands to an in-car laptop.
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