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Stretching Your Budget In a Recession

August 7, 2012

Law enforcement agencies with budgets strained by the current recession need a strategy for maximizing their purchasing power and stretching every dime. The following is a look at some ways that the average law enforcement agency can stretch its budget.

BAE Sells Safariland To Former CEO

August 1, 2012
The former chief executive of Safariland's parent company has acquired the law enforcement gear supplier with its management team from BAE Systems for about $124 million.

Apex Warrior’s Belt

July 30, 2012
5.11 Tactical's limited edition Apex Warrior's Belt features the passage from Isaiah 6:8, "'Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?' And I said, 'Here am I. Send me!'"

'Tacticool' Gear Won't Make You a Better Cop

July 5, 2012
Just because you got it out of the childproof packaging doesn't mean you know how to properly use it. If it's a police item you would describe as "tactical cool," please read your departmental policy and procedures to see if it is allowed.

Warrior Flashlight

June 14, 2012
PowerTac, which is located in Hillsborough, N.C., brings you the ultimate lighting device with cutting-edge technology, exceptional craftsmanship, and unparalleled performance.

Why Budgets Matter

April 24, 2012
Some officers don't think budgets affect them, so why should they care? I've even heard budgets compared to diets. Seriously? Budgets are important in every aspect of our lives. Ignoring them doesn't change their importance. Inaction may cause panic.

Haix Introduces Airpower R5 Slip-On Boot

April 13, 2012
Haix has introduced the Airpower R5 slip-on public safety boot in its station-boot line, according to the company. The boots provide arch support, and the 6-inch Airpower R5 arrives with steel toe protection

5.11 Tactical Introduces Five Next-Gen Flashlights

March 30, 2012
5.11 Tactical has introduced its next generation of ATAC and TPT tactical lights that will be available in May, according to the company.

5 Tips for Funding New Patrol Equipment

March 16, 2012
What should you do when you've been told there isn't enough money to purchase equipment? Re-allocation is often the solution. These five tips outline a budgetary fiscal-fitness program that can move equipment budgets from flabby to fit.

The Checklist

March 12, 2012

I was recently reading how more and more professions are turning to checklists to improve safety. I have been advocating just this kind of practice for law enforcement for decades.

NYPD Cop Saved When Perp's Round Strikes Duty Belt

February 27, 2012
A spare ammunition magazine likely saved a New York City police officer's life early Monday, when a suspect's 9mm round struck the gear during a running gun battle in lower Manhattan.

Galls Uniforms Merges with Quartermaster

February 10, 2012
A New York-based private equity firm has acquired public safety distributor Galls and merged it with Cerritos, Calif.-based Quartermaster, Inc. CI Capital Partners acquired Galls in September as a "platform investment in the public safety products market."

Custom Leather Duty Gear

January 31, 2012
Tauris holsters are designed and completely handcrafted by an experienced police officer to provide the most efficient, compact, and durable holsters possible.

Get an Everyday Carry Knife

January 18, 2012
A reader asked me what one thing I would recommend he purchase for everyday use as a police officer. My answer? An everyday carry knife.

1920 LED Flashlight

December 30, 2011
Pelican Products' 1920 LED flashlight weighs in at 2.2 ounces (with batteries), utilizing two AAA alkaline cells and a single, next-generation LED to emit a ANSI FL-1 standard 67 lumens for nearly three hours of runtime.

Infinity Locker

December 30, 2011
Tiffin Metal Products Co. has expanded its law enforcement product offerings by adding the Infinity Wardrobe Locker.

Horace Small Introduces Function Fit Female Pant

May 20, 2011
With the new pant, the company shortened the rise for an updated look, as well as contoured the waistband to complement the female curve. The company also added more room in the seat and hip for easier movement and more comfort.

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.

5.11 Rolls Out Bike Patrol Apparel

February 11, 2011
5.11 Tactical has introduced the Bike Patrol Polo and Short, which was designed by bike patrol officers across the country. The company worked closely with these officers to incorporate the features and benefits officers need while on patrol.

Police Magazine's Well Dressed Officers

February 9, 2011

View photo shoot outtakes from our new promotional series called the "Well Dressed Officer" contest. Six times a year, we outfit a themed officer — SWAT, Patrol, Female, Special Ops, K-9, Federal and Bomb Tech — with equipment from law enforcement suppliers. One lucky POLICE Magazine reader, who must be a sworn law enforcement officer, wins the entire package of gear. Enter by visiting the contest page at PoliceMag.com. Photos by Mark W. Clark.

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