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MX908 Responds to the Fentanyl Crisis with New Drug Hunter Mode

March 1, 2018
MX908TM leverages high-pressure mass spectrometry TM to deliver dramatically enhanced sensitivity and broader threat category coverage.

Driving Trends in Public Safety Communications

December 29, 2017

Mobile data has become an integral public safety communications tool. As technology has evolved, America’s first responders have come to rely on commercial wireless services to share important data, but have been hampered by systems that are incompatible and unreliable.

Give Me an Unlisted Number, Please

August 12, 2016

Any officer who is on social media should know it makes us too easy to find. So here are a few steps to take to protect your identity and your family.

Staying Safe on Your Second Job

May 4, 2016

If you decide you want to work an extra security job at a local business to make some extra money or just because it sounds fun, be aware of what you're taking on. And do everything you can to stay safe while working this type of job.

Under the Influence

November 17, 2015

You notice a driver weaving in and out of traffic, so you signal with lights and siren for him to pull over. He definitely seems out of sorts, so you conduct the standardized field sobriety tests, which he fails. But when you administer a breath test, his blood alcohol content (BAC) is way below the legal limit for alcohol–despite his clearly exhibiting signs of being under the influence. What you have here is most likely a case of "drug driving."

Orion Flares

April 24, 2015
You are most vulnerable when you exit your cruiser. Independent research has proven that deploying flares in conjunction with a police cruiser light bar creates the largest safety zone, protecting officers, equipment, and civilians on scene.

Orion Flares

August 21, 2014
You’re most vulnerable when you exit your cruiser. Research has proven that deploying flares in conjunction with a police cruiser light bar creates the largest safety zone, protecting officers, equipment and civilians.

ZipWall Caution Tape Reel

October 1, 2006
ZipWall’s new Caution Tape Reel and spring-loaded poles turn standard caution tape into a custom barricade. Simply position ZipWall’s poles along the desired perimeter and thread the Caution Tape Reel along the poles, locking the tape into place on the poles at either end of the barricade.

3M Reflective Material

December 1, 2005
3M’s latest advancement in reflective applications for uniforms is a durable material that can be used to make officers visible both night and day. Certified to ANSI/ ISEA 107-2004, new Scotchlite reflective material 9720 industrial wash transfer film is an alternative to industrial wash sew-on trims, as well as vinyl products, which can be stiff and uncomfortable.

Rail Accident Sites Offer Serious Safety Hazards

June 1, 1996

On Sept. 28, 1989, a fire truck from the Catlett, Calif., Fire Department was struck by an Amtrak passenger train as the truck crossed a rural railroad right-of-way while responding to a vehicle fire. The truck was totally destroyed, and two firefighters aboard were killed.

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