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Vehicle Counter-ambush Tactics for Patrol

May 23, 2012

In last month's The Winning Edge article, I discussed how to anticipate and respond to ambushes when arriving on calls in an urban environment. In this related article, I will discuss how to handle ambushes while in your car.

Code 3 Offers Lights and Sirens Via OfficerStore.com

March 23, 2012
OfficerStore.com has expanded their Code 3 choices with the addition of 13 new products. Included are 4 series of Interior lighting solutions, five series of exterior lighting solutions and two siren systems.

Traffic Safety System Introduces LED Scene Lights

January 13, 2012
The lights are available in 7-foot and 9.5-foot models. The lights give off 15,000 lumen of light and are powered by a 20-amp trailer circuit. Traffic Safety System is distributing the lights for manufacturer Fire Research Corp.

Pelican Remote Lighting System Wins Design Award

July 1, 2011
The Pelican 9440 RALS is a bright, portable LED area light. It features 10 next-generation LEDs and a beam spread of 120 degrees that effectively lights a large area.

TX-0 and TX-1 Helmet Lights

March 31, 2011
FoxFury offers side-worn helmet lights that attach to Special Ops, EMS, and Flight helmets via the side mounting screw or industrial Velcro. These TX helmet lights are available with either white or multi-colored LEDs and offer a breakaway design to prevent the user from becoming entangled, reducing risk of injury.

Code 3 Introduces Intrepid Series Interior Light

February 25, 2011
Intrepid Series lights also feature split color combinations and 40 user-selectable flash patterns.

Code 3 Introduces Essex Series Interior Light

February 25, 2011
Essex Series lights feature a new style of flared visor, allowing for greater off-angle coverage that's particularly useful for approaching intersections.These lights offer 27 user-selectable flash patterns for single head and 53 flash patterns for dual head.

Map Light

January 28, 2011
D&R Electronics' three-phase light intensity Map Light directs the light where you need it and allows you to choose the brightness level you want.

21TR and 21 TR Plus Lightbars

December 22, 2010
Code 3's 21TR and 21TR Plus lightbars feature all new Torus LED Technology for great directional and off-angle performance in a 2100 lightbar package.

Police Product Test: Nikon 1-4X M-223 Rifle Scope

November 29, 2010

POLICE Magazine reviews the Nikon 1-4X M-223 Rifle Scope, 5.11 Tactical Responder Hi-Vis Parka, and Streamlight E Flood Light Box.

Code 3 Introduces T-Rex Exterior Lights

November 10, 2010
T-Rex lights feature 27 user-selectable flash patterns; offer synchronous capability; and can provide various color-splitting configurations.

Explosion-Proof LED Lights

October 31, 2010
Larson Electronics has added a Class 1 and Class 2 rated explosion-proof LED drop light on an explosion-proof reel to its wide array of hazardous location lighting.

Adamson Industries Distributes Three-Phase Map Light

October 27, 2010
The map light has a 280-degree turning radius, 1-watt red and white LEDs and a flexible goose neck with an on/off switch that provides a stable source of light in moving vehicles.

Lower Profile Lighting

October 14, 2010

Traffic collisions continue to claim the lives of more law enforcement officers than any other type of incident each year. HG2 Emergency Lighting aims to lower that statistic with its Runner lighting solution, debuting at the International Association of Chiefs of Police show in Orlando this month.

Pelican Rolls Out Remote Area Lighting System

October 6, 2010
The 9440 Remote Area Lighting System (RALS) is an incredibly bright and extremely portable area light.

Rechargeable Lanterns

July 20, 2010
Streamlight's rechargeable, portable E-SPOT LiteBox and E-SPOT FireBox lanterns feature three C4 LEDs to produce a large, ultra-bright spot pattern, ideal for lighting crime scenes at night.

All-LED Visor Flip Light

February 26, 2010
Easy to install on the passenger visor, Code 3's LED Visor Flip Light provides powerful emergency light when needed. It can be hidden from view until the visor is flipped down-perfect for undercover applications.

Bright Ideas in Lightbars

December 29, 2009

Today, law enforcement lightbars are becoming even more high-tech with the adoption of light emitting diodes (LEDs) and computer controls. Many lightbars also now feature modular design that allows an agency to replace and repair modules rather than the entire system.

Code 3 Ships New All-LED Visor Flip Light

December 22, 2009
Code 3 Inc. announces the all-LED Visor Flip Light is now available. Easy to install on the passenger visor, this light provides a powerful punch of emergency light when needed. It can be hidden from view until the visor is flipped down - perfect for undercover applications.

Seeing Red

February 1, 2009

Code 3 reps won't say what makes the multipatented TriCore Technology twice as bright as its LED, halogen, or strobe light-equipped lightbars. All the company will reveal is that TriCore is truly a departure from conventional lightbar technology.

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