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Responder Custom Vehicle

April 28, 2014
Smart Digital's Responder vehicle is intended for first response teams and tactical operations. Containing everything from SWAT intrusion kits to on-board tourniquet kits, the Responder is a self-sustaining vehicle.

Lenco Introduces "BombCat" ARV

March 29, 2014
Lenco Industries, Inc., designer and manufacturer of armored police vehicles, has introduced the BearCat EOD "BombCat" armored response vehicle for EOD and IEDD first responders.

Lenco Armored Vehicles Debuts BearCat Tactical SUV

March 19, 2014
Lenco Industries' new Tactical SUV is another variant of the popular BearCat APC employed by military and law enforcement agencies worldwide. Without sacrifice to tactical functionality, Lenco has designed the BearCat SUV to meet the need within law enforcement for a more inconspicuous armored vehicle in VIP and diplomatic protection.

Florida SWAT Team Receives MRAP Vehicle from Defense Department

January 9, 2014
The used Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle was bought for $2,000 from the defense department's Law Enforcement Support Office. A new one would have cost $700,000, the Fort Pierce Police said.

The Armored Group Upgrades Armor on Latest ARVs

June 26, 2013
The Armored Group's Ballistic Armored Tactical Transport S AP shields against NIJ Level IV and .50-caliber ball round threats.

Lenco Vehicles in Boston Manhunt

April 26, 2013

Lenco produced this video showing images from the law enforcement response to the Boston Marathon bombing manhunt. Music by Tomas Grut.

Maine Company Introduces Dual-Tracked SWAT Bot

April 24, 2013
A southern Maine company that produces robotic vehicles for movies and the military has introduced the SWAT Bot, a dual-tracked armored robotic vehicle for high-risk tactical situations.

L.A. Sheriff's Super Puma Helicopters

March 26, 2013
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has completed a nearly $60-million overhaul of its helicopter fleet that brought 18 new Eurocopter helicopters, including three Super Pumas.

Multi-Flex Surveillance Vehicle

February 18, 2011
Crime Point has introduced a multi-function surveillance platform that can be used for tactical applications, as well as manned or remote investigations. The Multi-Flex vehicle allows police agencies to maximize their investment through versatile equipment that can be used to support SWAT call-outs, search warrants, and live investigations.

Beyond the Patrol Car

February 25, 2010

Police officers cannot travel by squad car alone. From motorcycles to ARVs, different details require different modes of transportation.

Portable Headquarters

September 18, 2009

With its military pedigree, Reeves' Incident Command Post (ICP) is built to meet military standard requirements for rain, wind, temperature, durability, blackout, and snowload. This generator-powered towed trailer pops out into a soft-walled shelter to serve as a portable command center on the fly.

S.C. Sheriff's Department Armored Vehicle with Belt-Fed Machine Gun

March 6, 2008
The Richland County (S.C.) Sheriff's Department has acquired an armored personnel carrier complete with a turret-mounted .50-caliber belt-fed machine gun for its Special Response Team.

ATV Training for Cops

December 1, 2001

Given the increasing sophistication of today’s criminals and crime, it’s no surprise that today’s law enforcement agencies are fighting back by employing a staggering array of tools. This includes not only computerized hardware and software, but weapons (including less-than-lethal options, of course), training and vehicles, among other items.

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