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Seattle May Day Violence: 5 Police Injured in Clashes, 9 Arrested

May 2, 2016
At least nine protesters were arrested and five police officers injured during May Day clashes in Seattle where flares, bricks, and Molotov cocktails were thrown, authorities said.

HWI Unveils Elite Defender Riot Suit

March 29, 2016
The Elite Defender riot suit was chosen for the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, OH, and passes the rigorous standards for our most elite law enforcement agencies in terms of quality, operational flexibility, protection area, energy absorbency, and flame resistance.

Video: 2 Officers Injured During Trump Rally in Chicago

March 14, 2016
Chicago police say two officers sustained injuries when supporters of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump clashed with protesters after he abruptly canceled a campaign rally.

2 Officers Injured During Trump Rally in Chicago

March 14, 2016
Chicago police say two officers sustained injuries when supporters of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump clashed with protesters after he abruptly canceled a campaign rally. More Here.

Cleveland Seeking to Buy Riot Gear for Republican National Convention

March 8, 2016
Cleveland is seeking to buy 2,000 sets of riot gear, including riot-control suits and collapsible batons, as part of the city's latest move to spend a $50 million federal security grant for July's Republican National Convention.

Video: Controversial Missouri Professor Berates Police in "Appalling" New Video

February 16, 2016
An embattled University of Missouri professor has again found herself to be the subject of public scrutiny after a video surfaced that shows her engaged in a verbal confrontation with police.

Controversial Missouri Professor Berates Police in "Appalling" New Video

February 16, 2016
An embattled University of Missouri professor has again found herself to be the subject of public scrutiny after a video surfaced that shows her engaged in a verbal confrontation with police. More Here.

SoundCommander Speaker System

November 23, 2015
IML Corp's SoundCommander SC1100 loud speaker system has several configuration options that enable police to bring a powerful speaker into a crowd either carrying it by hand or mounting it on a vehicle.

The Crowd

July 2, 2015

He raced to help one of the victims and, as he struggled vainly to save her life, he was stunned by the crowd that gathered around; not to help, but to observe, to…what?

Baltimore Officers Seriously Injured in Riot

April 27, 2015
Students and other people were throwing rocks and bricks at Baltimore officers in riot gear today. Police say seven officers were seriously injured in the melee, some with broken bones.

Retracta-Cade

December 22, 2014
The Retracta-Cade is a fully portable, retractable barricade system that’s easy to transport in patrol car.

Judge Orders Police to Give Protesters Tear Gas Warning

December 12, 2014
A federal judge's order requires St. Louis-area police to warn crowds of impending use of tear gas and provide time for people to disperse. This video shows the St. Louis County Police tactical team firing tear gas into a crowd in response to gunshots fired at the police in Ferguson, Mo., in August. More Here.

St. Louis County Police Stock Up on Riot Gear in Advance of Grand Jury Decision

October 31, 2014
The St. Louis County Police Department has stocked up on tear gas, less-lethal ammunition and plastic handcuffs in anticipation of massive protests in the suburb of Ferguson, Missouri, if a grand jury doesn't indict the police officer who killed 18-year-old Michael Brown. The jury is expected to reach its decision sometime in November.

Video: Protesters Clash with Police Over Albuquerque PD Shootings

March 31, 2014
What began as a peaceful protest on a sunny day in Albuquerque turned more and more unruly Sunday, as hundreds of people marched back and forth on Central Avenue until police threw more than two dozen canisters of tear gas and arrested at least half a dozen protesters.

Partiers Attack Police in Amherst, Mass.

March 17, 2014
Last weekend in the college town of Amherst, Mass., a pre-St. Patrick's Day rite that drew more than 4,000 people degenerated into violent confrontations with police officers, who donned riot helmets and used pepper spray to break up crowds that lobbed beer bottles, snowballs, and fireworks.

360Xm Acoustic Hailing Device

December 23, 2013
LRAD's new 360Xm long-range acoustic hailing device is a highly intelligible compact product designed for shorter distances and defined spaces.

Police Break Up Melee Near Western Washington U.

October 15, 2013
Police arrested three people Sunday during a melee near Western Washington University after hundreds of party-goers threw projectiles at authorities trying to disperse the crowd.

Fired Philly Officer Reinstated

August 13, 2013
The Philadelphia Police officer fired for hitting a woman in the face at the Puerto Rican Day parade was reinstated by an arbitrator, who ruled that his firing was improper.

Zimmerman Protesters Block Freeway, Clash with LAPD

July 15, 2013
The Los Angeles Police Department called a citywide tactical alert Sunday, after protesters of the George Zimmerman verdict blocked the Santa Monica (10) Freeway.

Minn. Officer Bucked In Mounted Unit Training

July 11, 2013
A Minneapolis Police officer was bucked and stepped on by her horse Wednesday during training but has escaped major injury.
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