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Police Product Test: Team Wendy Bump Helmet

March 28, 2014

A good helmet is an essential piece of kit for any tactical operator. The helmets of today are lighter, stronger, provide better protection, are customizable, and are comfortable. Team Wendy's Exfil LTP Tactical Bump Helmet fits all of these criteria.

A Plea for Ballistic Helmets

February 7, 2014
Officers who object to wearing ballistic face shields/helmets in high-risk shooting situations should have a face-to-face discussion with their children and ask their children, "What if daddy or mommy would get killed at work and not ever come home again and not ever hug and kiss you or play with you, how would you feel?"

R2S System for Ballistic Helmets

April 17, 2013
ProTech Tactical's R2S System for ballistic helmets tightens and conforms to the wearer's head for optimum comfort with a simple twist of the easy-to-grip knob, ensuring a secure fit for any head size.

P100 Crowd Control Helmet

February 12, 2013
Schuberth North America's P100 Crowd Control Helmet protects against impact, penetration, chemicals, fire, and ballistic threats in violent situations. A smaller shell size offers the same level of protection in smaller sizes for women.

Safariland Introduces Protech Ballistic Helmet System

November 8, 2012
Safariland has introduced the Protech R2S system (Ratchet Retention Suspension System) for Protech ballistic helmets to provide better stability on an officer's head.

Batlskin System

September 30, 2012
Revision Military, manufacturer of protective soldier solutions, has made its Batlskin Modular Head Protection System available via retail.

P100 Riot Helmet

September 21, 2012
Schuberth engineers have spent decades studying trends in crowd violence, quickly adding innovations to the helmets to keep officers and agents protected against all known potential attacks. IACP Booth #3356.

Revision Acquires MSA's Ballistic Helmet Business

July 2, 2012
Revision Military has acquired MSA's North American ballistic helmet business, which includes manufacturing equipment and operations located in Newport, Vt.

Hard Headed

January 23, 2012

Schuberth's P100F helmet provides protection from fire, acid, and stabs to the neck, as well as small-caliber rounds.

DuPont Establishes $500M Kevlar Facility in S.C.

October 28, 2011
DuPont has established its $500 million Cooper River Kevlar facility near Charleston, S.C., to allow DuPont to meet increased customer demand for its advanced protective materials that are incorporated into police body armor and other applications.

We Need Ballistic Helmets on Patrol

August 22, 2011
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has recently acquired ballistic helmets for its patrol personnel. While there are still a lot of stupid practices within my alma mater, LASD has a deserved reputation for emphasizing officer safety and equipping its personnel accordingly.

Line-of-Duty Deaths: Managing Risk

August 12, 2011

The rash of police murders and assaults this year is small compared to the body count inflicted on cops during the late 1960s and early 1970s. That era's law enforcement blood bath led to the adoption of better police tactics, more comprehensive police training, and the adoption of ballistic armor as standard police equipment.

Helmet House HJC AC-2 LE Helmet

August 1, 2005
The HJC AC-2 LE from Helmet House is a traditional half-shell helmet made of lightweight fiberglass. It offers a triple intake ventilation system combined with a channeled liner and two rear exhaust vents. It also comes with a removable, washable Nylex inner liner and a removable slip-off neck curtain.
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