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XCAT Narcotics/Explosives/GSR Detection System

March 20, 2014
Clear unattended bags. Sample suspects at the scene for GSR. Test trace samples of narcotics. All with one system.

Video: Harvard Buildings Evacuated After Bomb Scare

December 16, 2013
Harvard University evacuated four buildings on campus this morning after receiving unconfirmed reports of explosives.

Harvard Buildings Evacuated After Bomb Scare

December 16, 2013
Harvard University evacuated four buildings on campus this morning after receiving unconfirmed reports of explosives. Read Full Story Here.

Morphix Technologies Introduces TraceX Explosives Kit

October 15, 2013
The TraceX Explosives Kit was designed to help identify bombers, bomb-makers and bomb-making facilities in a single test, according to Morphix.

Video: LAPD Responds to Dry Ice Bombs at LAX

October 15, 2013
FBI and LAPD investigators are trying to determine the identity of a bomber who has attacked Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) with four dry ice bombs since Sunday.

LAPD Responds to Dry Ice Bombs at LAX

October 15, 2013
LAPD's Bomb Squad was dispatched to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Monday to investigate the second dry ice bomb incident this week. Read the Full Story Here.

Ohio Police HQ Evacuated After Explosion

September 25, 2013
Officers and command staff were forced out of the Columbus (Ohio) Police headquarters Tuesday evening after a battery exploded, causing a boom that brought homeland security responders to the scene.

XCAT Detector

July 18, 2013
Now you can reliably detect common bath salts and also sample hands for gunshot residue all with one system at an affordable price. Unattended package, suspicious person? Use the XCAT to also sample for explosives.

Lenco Introduces Bearcat EOD BombCat Armored Vehicle

June 14, 2013
In addition to technicians, the BombCat accommodates a large tactical robot like the Andros F6A that can be readily accessed using a fold-down ramp at the curb side door or deployed from a hydraulically controlled platform at the front of the vehicle.

Bomb Threat Evacuates Princeton University

June 11, 2013
Employees were told to leave the campus just before 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. No classes are in session at Princeton although some summer programs are taking place.

Video: Boston Marathon Bombing Kills 3, Injures 134

April 15, 2013
Two explosions rocked the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday afternoon, killing three and injuring 134 others including a police officer. A 20-year-old Saudi Arabian suspect with severe burns is being guarded at a local hospital.

Ariz. Police Intercept Bomb Addressed to Joe Arpaio

April 12, 2013
A package addressed to Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio containing explosive materials was found at a Flagstaff post office on Thursday, according to local and federal authorities.

Suicidal Fla. Student Planned Attack, Explosives Found

March 18, 2013
The man found dead in a University of Central Florida (UCF) dorm room of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound on Monday was a former student who had planned an attack but changed his mind.

Police Dogs

October 24, 2012

Law enforcement agencies typically purchase K-9s from trainers or dealers who acquire them from Europe, where legacy blood lines have been long established. Breeds most commonly used for detection and apprehension include the Belgian Malonois, German Shepherd, Dutch Shepherd, and a variety of Labradors. Dogs can be single purpose (for apprehensions) or dual purpose for apprehensions and detection for narcotics, explosives, or cadavers. Read "K-9 Training Challenges" for more detail. Photos provided by Becki and John Johnston of AceK9.com.

Waterwall System

September 30, 2012
Cintec North America's Waterwall System consists of a series of water inflated, rapidly deployable, blast suppression devices designed to isolate or shield suspicious objects in order to protect both people and infrastructures.

Colo. Cops Defeat Holmes' 'Death Trap'

July 23, 2012
Police explosives personnel dismantled the sophisticated booby trap in James Holmes' Aurora, Colo., apartment Saturday that was likely meant to kill police officers.

Two Ind. Deputies Shot At Domestic Call, Suspect Dead

July 5, 2012
Two Greene County (Ind.) Sheriff's deputies responding to a domestic-dispute call were wounded by a suspect who charged them with a shotgun on Wednesday.

SAFE-T Explosive Detection Items

April 23, 2012
Already in use by military organizations, Raptor Detection Technologies' SAFE-T explosives detection products are now available to law enforcement.

Threat Targets 9 More U. of Pittsburgh Buildings

April 9, 2012
University of Pittsburgh personnel, starting today, will check all buildings before allowing anyone to enter, as well as require identification for entry. The measures are in response to recent bomb threats targeting campus buildings.

Cyalume's Explosive Simulation Devices

April 4, 2012

Cyalume, maker of a wide variety of chemiluminescent tools such as light sticks, believes it has the answer to this bomb training dilemma. The company's new line of eight police explosive training simulators uses compressed air and a special chemical powder to create non-pyrotechnic bomb effects.

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