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Remington's R12P Tactical shotgun provides 12-, 14.5-, 18-, or 22-inch barrels with capacity for 5, 6, 7, or 9 shells (+1 included).

Remington R12P Tactical Shotgun

Remington's innovative R12P Tactical shotgun, which will be available later this year, is the law enforcement version of its Versa Max shotgun. The self-regulating, dual-pistol VersaPort gas system allows the semi-auto shotgun to handle any length of shell you can pull from your go bag. Remington has begun offering initial builds of the R12P to law enforcement customers, and will release the gun in the fourth quarter. The gun was introduced at SHOT Show in January. It will retail for about $1,100. View a video of the shotgun here.

The Bersa BP 9 CC is a slim, attractive pistol. Visible here are the DAO trigger, magazine release, slide stop, finger locator pad above the trigger guard, and extended magazine base pad.

Bersa's BP 9 CC Pistol

Argentine firearms manufacturer Bersa is entering the North American concealed market with its BP 9 CC pistol, a polymer-framed lightweight semi-auto for off-duty or backup. We featured Bersa's BP 9 CC as our "Arsenal" review for April 2012. We included an exclusive photo in this gallery that didn't appear in print. Photos by Michael Hughes.

The LC9 comes with both flat and extended magazine base pads.

Ruger's LC9

Ruger developed the LC9 as a 9mm version of its Lightweight Compact Pistol (LCP). The LC9 is a DAO hammer-fired sub-compact pistol that works well as a backup for off-duty law enforcement officers. It provides a seven-round capacity and retails for $443. We featured Ruger's LC9 as our "Arsenal" review for March 2012. Photos by Butch Simpson.

SIG Sauer brought the first working versions of its P938 pistol (above), a 9mm version of its own P238 (below) concealed carry gun in .380 ACP. SIG also introduced the P224 sub-compact pistol in 9mm, .40 S&W, and .357 SIG with either a DAK or DA/SA trigger system.

SHOT Show 2012 In Pictures

SHOT Show 2012 featured plenty of new gear for law enforcement officers. The show drew more than 61,000 attendees to Las Vegas for the January event and added several "law enforcement only" halls for vendors. View our gallery and read our two-part coverage of the show, "Report From the Aisles" and "Best of Show." Photos by Mark W. Clark.

ATK's Federal Premium Guard Dog Home Defense rounds are also suited to law enforcement because of their high velocities, low recoil, and reliable feeding. Featuring a patented EFMJ construction, this bullet is filled with expanding polymer that minimizes over-penetration through interior walls. This non-hollow-point is available in lightweight 9mm, .40 S&W and, .45 auto handgun options.

Ammunition: 2012

For on-duty and off-duty ammunition options, check out POLICE Magazine's gallery of the newest ammo offerings for law enforcement. Whether you're loading handgun rounds, rifle cartridges, or shotshells, this ammo will help you stop any potential threats.

Springfield Armory's XD(m)-9 5.25 pistol is the latest arrival in the XD(m) line. It was designed with the help of champion shooter Rob Leatham.

Springfield's XD(m)-9 5.25

At first glance, Springfield Armory's XD(m)-9 5.25 pistol may be viewed as a pistol for competitive shooters. The company did indeed seek design input from champion shooter Rob Leatham. However, it's a viable option for police service. It's excellent ergonomics, low recoil, and high cartridge capacity would be especially useful in tactical operations. Read our full "Arsenal" review of the gun.

In addition to recording eight hours of high-definition video and audio with a 71-degree field of view, the new LE-2 from VieVu on-body camera system is facial recognition compatible and can live-stream as it records. It easily clips to a uniform to record evidence for later use in court. The LE-2 requires the Veripatrol software system, which utilizes a Digital Signature process that marks each video with a digital hash certificate to prove that the video has not been altered. If you already have a previous generation VieVu camera, you can easily upgrade to the LE-2 system. It will be available in the first quarter of 2012.

IACP 2011 In Pictures

The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) conference, which was held Oct. 22-26 in Chicago, appeared to focus on officer protection. View this photo gallery for 16 innovative products that caught the attention of POLICE Magazine's reporters. And read our feature, "IACP 2011 Highlights," for 12 more products. Photos by Mark W. Clark.

Kel-Tec's KSG is only 26 inches but offers much more firepower than conventional pump guns.

Kel-Tec KSG

Kel-Tec's KSG shotgun may be the most anticipated firearm of 2011, due to its unusual, innovative design. The high-capacity weapon arrives with twin 7-round magazine tubes, giving operators 15 total rounds when a shell is chambered. The KSG's short barrel and bullpup design give patrol officers flexibility when deploying it from a cruiser. View detailed photos of the weapon, and be sure to read our November "Arsenal" review. Photos: Hanzo Hattori.

The DoubleTap carries two rounds in the chamber and the integral grips house two additional spare rounds.

DoubleTap Pocket Pistol

Heizer Defense has introduced the DoubleTap, a slim and light pocket pistol available in .45 ACP or 9mm with a four-round capacity. The pistol offers an unusual break-action feature and ambidextrous thumb latch controls. Heizer is touting the pistol's engineering and manufacture at an aerospace facility.

The Javelin 600 tactical flashlight from American Technologies Network  Corp. (ATN) can be hand carried or attached to a weapon. It features  three LEDs and produces 600 lumens at maximum output. The Javelin has a  modular bezel and is built of aircraft-grade aluminum. Power is supplied  by four lithium CR123A batteries.

Weapon Lights and Laser Sights

Weapon-mounted lights free up the operator to control a handgun or rifle, provide better target acquisition in low-light situations, and offer another less-lethal option to disorient a subject. When added to a sidearm, lasers give officers greater ability to acquire targets and disorient subjects. View this gallery for six options to consider.

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