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Police Product Test: The Force New Generation 3 Jacket

December 1, 2007

This jacket not only offers you a number of ways to wear it, it's also packed with features. To vent body heat and reduce condensation in the jacket, there are armpit zippers for ventilation.

Tychem QC for Corrections

December 1, 2007
Specifically designed for the corrections market and cell extraction, Dupont’s Tychem QC garment delivers protection against the biohazards and viral contaminants potentially faced when working with prisoners.

Police Product Test: 5.11 Tactical Aggressor Jacket

November 1, 2007

Overall, the 5.11 Tactical Aggressor is a great jacket. It fits well, has plenty of shoulder room, doesn't bind when you draw a handgun or shoulder a long gun, and it's long enough to conceal a handgun.

ML Kishigo Class 3 Foul Weather Parkas

December 1, 2006
ML Kishigo’s ANSI/ISEA 107-2004 Class 3-compliant 350 series parka line provides foul weather protection. On the outside, water-resistant material and a zipper front closure with storm flap keep you dry. Inside, thermal insulation and an inside waist wind cuff snap protect you from the cold. Each jacket features two zippered outside lower pockets, an upper radio pocket, and three inside pockets.

Mifflin Valley ANSI Plus Parka

February 1, 2006
Mifflin Valley’s ANSI Plus Parka features a waterproof outer shell and silver two-inch 3M Scotchlite reflective trim for when you want to be seen. This ANSI/ISEA 104-2004 Class 3 compliant parka also features a concealable attached hood, a two-way YKK zipper, Velcro adjustable cuffs, a radio pocket, and two microphone tabs. Lower front slash-cut bellows pockets keep hands warm and hold accessories.

Lion RescueWear MT94 Personal Protection Suit

December 1, 2005
Tactix MT94, a multi-wear ensemble designed to provide protection against a variety of threats, including chemical/biological terrorism agents, is now available from Lion RescueWear. It is certified to meet NFPA standards 1994 Class 2, and 1992. The MT94 offers a high level of vapor protection as required under NFPA 1994 Class 2.

Stormy Weather Wear

November 1, 2003

You start to think to yourself, "How could this shift get any worse?" And the heavens answer with a torrent of rain. But you can't seek shelter. You've got a job to do.

Of Authorized Pattern

May 1, 2003

Like many other aspects of American society, much of police uniform tradition in the United States comes from across the pond.

The Well Dressed Cop

January 1, 2002

Today's police uniforms run the gamut from comfortable fleece to all-business pathogen-repelling outerwear fabrics. Where does your department fit in and how does your uniform reflect societal trends?

Propper Tactical Patrol Suit

October 1, 2001

Specialty uniforms for specialized units are common today. In the "olden" days, one uniform pretty much held sway unless you were a motor cop or a mounted unit. With the need to police dangerous or downright dirty areas, the one-piece "jump" suit is gaining favor.

Euro Counter-Terrorism

April 1, 2001

Conventional police forces deployed in large and normally  slow-to-react formations were not capable of dealing with small, clandestine terrorist cells, striking swiftly and melting into the civil scenery.

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