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Gloves 2013

January 2, 2014

Maintain hand protection with the latest gloves that feature enhanced designs and materials.

Rating Riot Gear

December 17, 2012

POLICE Magazine asked some of the officers of the Scottsdale (Ariz.) Police Department's Rapid Response Team to review and rate their riot apparel, footwear, and turtle gear.

Gloves: 2012

July 17, 2012

Keep your hands protected from the big and small hazards of duty. View eight currently available choices from leading law enforcement suppliers in this photo gallery.

Patrol Gloves: 2011

July 14, 2011

Today's patrol gloves can protect against microbes, bacteria, blood-borne pathogens, needles, and even knives. They can help you scale chain-link fences, keep your extremities warm, and give you a better grip when you need it. View these nine options that are now available.

POLICE Magazine Launches Well Dressed SWAT Officer Contest

March 3, 2011
One lucky POLICE Magazine reader, who must be a sworn law enforcement officer, wins the entire package of gear from 12 law enforcement suppliers. All entries must be received by 11:59 p.m. West Coast time on March 31.

Indiana SWAT Captain Wins First POLICE Magazine Gear Contest

February 25, 2011
Capt. Gary Moody of the Columbus (Ind.) Police Department won all of the gear featured in POLICE Magazine's Well Dressed SWAT Officer contest. "I received the call to tell me I had won the day before my 50th birthday," says Moody. "It was my best present!"

Patrol Gloves

July 30, 2010

On patrol, you never know what you'll need protection from. Think of gloves as an essential tool no matter the time of year.

If the Glove Fits

July 22, 2009

Gloves have become part of a cop's daily uniform as much as a badge or belt. The reason for this is simple: A pair of gloves protects your hands from the elements, abrasions, cuts, and punctures from needles or other sharp objects.

Gloves: 2009

July 10, 2009

Some officers don't give patrol gloves a second thought. It's time that you did. Gloving up can mean much more than protecting yourself from inclement weather. Today's patrol gloves can also protect against microbes, bacteria, blood-borne pathogens, needles, and even knives. They can help you scale chain-link fences, keep your extremities warm, and give you a better grip when you need it.

Damascus Protective Gear First Responder Gloves

February 1, 2007
Damascus will be the first to bring d3o technology to the law enforcement and tactical markets in a new range of elite tactical and assault entry gloves. d3o is a material containing molecules that flow freely under normal conditions but lock together when hit to absorb impact energy.

HALO Gloves

August 1, 2004
Damascus' new HALO gloves feature an advanced woven liner containing a blend of Spectra and other fibers for better cut resistance. While a cut protective performance score of 3.60 to 8.99 foot-pounds is considered "high," HALO's performance is ranked at 9 to 12 foot-pounds.
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