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Utah Agency Buys Rifle Protection for Officers

July 21, 2016
The Orem (UT) Department of Public Safety has purchased rifle-rated armor plates and helmets for its patrol officers. More Here.

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July 21, 2016
The Orem (UT) Department of Public Safety has purchased rifle-rated armor plates and helmets for its patrol officers.

Utah Officers Arrest Man Who Taunted Them on Facebook and Then Taunt Him Back

February 27, 2016
Orem police Lt. Craig Martinez said they were notified of the post days ago that showed a man standing in front of a patrol car. The caption used a derogatory term for police and questioned why they were in his “‘hood.”

Utah Sgt. Represented Safariland In Police Unity Tour

June 15, 2012
Sgt. Randy Crowther of the Orem (Utah) Police Department rode a Safariland/Kona Patrol Bike 29er in the 2012 Police Unity Tour, the company announced.

SHOT Show 2012: Safariland Honors Five Officers

January 18, 2012
Safariland honored five officers at SHOT Show today and inducted them into their Saves Club for surviving harrowing encounters with the help of gear from the body armor and police products maker.
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