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Minn. School Gets Ballistic White Boards

April 24, 2013
A Minnesota school district where two students were killed in a 2003 shooting unveiled a new device Tuesday aimed at adding a last-ditch layer of safety for teachers and students: ballistic whiteboards.

Trooper Shield

April 17, 2013
A ballistic vest does not stop a bullet to the neck, face, or head. The Trooper ballistic shield, however, is designed to do so. In the time it takes to draw your gun out of your holster and fire, the other hand can open the Trooper with one finger pulling on the pull ring.

Protech Tactical Introduces TSI Ballistic Shields

March 22, 2013
Protech Tactical, a division of The Safariland Group, has introduced its TSI line of Type IIIA ballistic shields, according to the company.

Scottsdale (Ariz.) PD's Crowd Control Unit

December 17, 2012

The Scottsdale (Ariz.) PD's Rapid Response Team was established with three squads of officers, plus supervisors and logistics support. Now it totals 40 officers, all trained in the latest crowd control techniques developed by FEMA's Center for Domestic Preparedness in Anniston, Ala.

The Hardline Entry Shield

September 21, 2012
Patriot 3's Hardline Entry Shield is designed to address the operator's needs of lightweight mobility upon entries, a large viewable shooting area and NIJ Level IIIA ballistic capabilities that meet the NIJ 0108.01 Standards. IACP Booth #1605.

Deploying a Ballistic Shield

April 26, 2012
The most common ballistic rating carried today by officers is a Level IIIA shield. Level IIIA shields handle the job and are also much more affordable than Level III or Level IV shields. Once the levels go up, so does the weight, as well as the price.

Kevlar Clipboard: Undercover Armor

September 22, 2011

Made using a Kevlar weave, the Ballistic Clipboard maintains its ballistic protection without the weight of other similar products. The fact that it's not made of a hard plastic means that the board won't shatter into shrapnel that could harm a police officer.

Ballistic Clipboard

August 26, 2011
Impact Armor Technologies' Ballistic Clipboard provides NIJ level IIIA protection in a discreet, accessible package that incorporates a Kevlar weave. At 1.6 pounds, it's lightweight and feels and looks like a normal clipboard.

Patrol Shields Vs. Active Shooters

August 12, 2011

Newer shields developed with patrol officers in mind are lighter weight and designed to allow officers to shoot while carrying them. They can also easily fit in a patrol car.

Shieldspike Window Breaker Demo

July 7, 2011

In this video, an operator demonstrates how to retain control of the shield while accelerating the breaking tip through the window. The video was submitted by Shieldspike.

Safariland Adds Protech Type IIIA Breacher Shield

April 29, 2011
The shield and viewport are rated to defeat five impacts from 9mm 124 gr. FMJ, .44 Magnum 240 gr. LSWC, Tokarev 7.62x25mm 85 gr. FMJ (steel jacket), 5.7x28mm 28 gr. SS195/HP, 5.7x28mm 40 gr. SS197/Blue Tip, Winchester Ranger 9mm 127 gr. +P+ SXT, and .357 SIG 125 gr. TMJ.

Window Breaker

January 28, 2011
With the new Shieldspike tool, law enforcement officers can break the windows of a car or building with the bottom of a shield fitted with the device.

Baker Ballistics To Introduce Tactical Rifle Shield

January 15, 2011
The ballistic shield is light enough to carry in one arm while providing the operator the capability to deliver accurate center-line firepower using a military or law enforcement style long-gun while on the move.

Shieldspike Window Breaker

January 14, 2011

With the Shieldspike window breaker, law enforcement personnel can quickly and reliably penetrate window glass for immediate observation and access to the interior of vehicles. It allows the integration of increased ballistic protection while conducting high risk missions such as vehicle hostage rescues, barricaded subjects and street jumps.

Baker Ballistics Rifle Shield Completes Testing

November 3, 2010
The Mobile Rifle Armor Protective Shield (MRAPS) has successfully completed destructive ballistics testing and will soon be available for purchase. It's ideally suited for tactical police use during room entry and clearing operations and active shooter response.

Patriot3 Introduces Flex Shield

August 23, 2010
Patriot3 has introduced the lightweight Flex Shield that features Flex-Mode capability, allowing it to conform to various surfaces with a deployment time of approximately 10 seconds.

Safariland Adds STRIKE Shield to PROTECH Tactical Line

April 21, 2010
Safariland's STRIKE Shield addresses the growing need for ballistic protection during active shooter/first responder operations, according to the company.

Baker Ballistics Introduces PatrolBat Ballistic Shield

April 8, 2010
Baker Ballistics has introduced the PatrolBat ballistic shield, a piece of tactical gear that's been developed specifically to provide instant ballistic cover to the endangered patrol officer.

Striking Shield

April 1, 2009
RedMan’s Striking Shield is tough enough to withstand intense training and live duty scenarios with live duty batons. It can even be used as a duty shield. It’s made with a specially formulated heavy-duty vinyl material and dense impact-dispersing foam layered inside for greater impact protection. The shield back’s double handle design allows you to hold the bag five different ways.

Striking Shield Drills

May 9, 2007
There are more than 100 drills a trainer can use to teach officers how to use striking shields. This article will give you some quick examples. It covers such key topics as developing power, enhancement of movement skills, and target placement for strikes.
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