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Smith & Warren Acquires Weyhing Brothers Manufacturing

June 13, 2014
Smith & Warren, a U.S. manufacturer of badges, uniform insignia, and accessories will now carry on the proud Michigan tradition of the Weyhing Brothers Manufacturing Company. The skillful manufacturing process of Weyhing Brothers' carefully crafted products will be maintained as all of the original tools and dies have been transferred to the Smith & Warren production facilities in White Plains, N.Y.

Edmonton Police Add Hijab Headscarf Option to Uniform

December 9, 2013
The Edmonton Police Service in Canada has approved the option for female officers of Muslim faith to wear a police-issued hijab headscarf while in uniform.

Heavy-Duty Hanger

November 29, 2013
With a load capacity well over 150 pounds the Tough Hook is purpose built for storing, hanging, and carrying heavy equipment such as body armor, tactical vests, and plate carriers.

Edmonton Police Working on Hijab Option for Uniform

November 27, 2013
Officers in Edmonton, Canada, have been working closely with various Muslim communities regarding introducing the woman's Muslim head covering known as a hijab as an optional part of the agency's uniform.

Visualbadge Platform

October 8, 2013
Smith & Warren introduces their full line of commendation bars to Visualbadge. In addition to over 900 customizable badge styles, now you can build and preview your custom commendation bars online. IACP Booth #757

Tactical Mic Keeper

September 30, 2011
Webster Innovations has moved production of its product, the Tactical Mic Keeper (TMK), from overseas to Scottsdale, Ariz. Veteran law enforcement officer Brian Webster invented the TMK in 2007 as a reliable and professional solution for the microphone retention problems that officers face when in pursuit of a suspect.

Tactical Mic Keeper (TMK) Now Made in America

August 19, 2011
Webster Innovations has moved production of its Tactical Mic Keeper (TMK) to Scottsdale, Ariz., from overseas. With production moved to the U.S., the TMK will now be made from a stronger, more flexible polymer.

Police Product Test: 10 Zero 9mm Utility Glove

June 1, 2009

These 10 Zero gloves kept my coworkers' hands warm in cold conditions did not overheat or make their hands sweat in warmer conditions.

Embroidery and Screen Printing

February 1, 2009
Since 1987 Black Knight Graphics, formerly Image Maker, has provided custom and stock embroidered and screen printed items to law enforcement, fire and rescue, and security professionals across the country.

Metal Public Safety Badges

February 1, 2009
Smith & Warren Badge Company is a technologically advanced manufacturer of metal public safety badges. More than 500 badge designs and 5,000 center seals can be manufactured within three weeks at the company’s facility in White Plains, N.Y.

Custom Badges

February 1, 2009
Wheeling, W.V.-based Cruzan Badge & Emblem is owned and operated by a police officer who understands the importance of a professional appearance, which includes high-quality badges. The company custom designs and manufactures badges, name tags, patches, hats, badge and ID wallets, and collectibles including family badges.

Custom Embellishment

January 1, 2009
You can now order 5.11 products and have them professionally embellished at 5.11’s full-service Custom Shop by contacting your local 5.11 dealer. 5.11’s Custom Shop offers custom embroidery, heat press, screen-printing, and alterations. If you need precision alterations on clothing, hats, vests, uniforms, outerwear, backpacks, bags, and other gear, the Custom Shop welcomes requests.

Sil-Ray and Gol-Ray Badge Finishes

December 1, 2007
Sil-Ray and Gol-Ray are two of Smith & Warren’s deluxe finishes for the company’s badges, collar brass, and insignia. Heavy electroplated layers of rhodium, for silver-toned Sil-Ray, or 24-karat gold, for gold-toned Gol-Ray, are protected with an extremely hard clear coat.

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.
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