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Delaware State Police Start Maritime Unit with 2 Vessels

November 14, 2011
The Delaware State Police have established a maritime unit with two new vessels to patrol the state's 100 miles of waterways. The state police are using a $1.6 million federal grant for port security to fund the effort, which employs three full-time troopers.

Digital Ally to Feature New Products, John Elway at IACP Conference

October 1, 2009
Digital Ally Inc. will highlight a number of its new advanced video surveillance products at the International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference and Exposition, October 3-7 in Denver, Colo. The Company will be exhibiting at Booth #1012, where John Elway will greet attendees on October 5.

U.S. CBP Unveils High-Tech Vessel

August 14, 2009
With a crew of four, the test vessel has a range of 400 nautical miles, deploying for up to 10 hours at a cruising speed of 40 knots. The vessel can reach a top speed of 65 knots, or 75 miles per hour.

Emergency Flotation Device

March 1, 2008
The Nebulus Emergency Flotation Device was developed to provide temporary flotation for submerged snowmobiles and ATVs as well as up to three riders. It is designed to be manually inflated by an emergency first responder or the rider when the recreation vehicle breaks through ice.

Maptech U.S. Boating Charts on DVD

August 1, 2006
Offering 3,000 up-to-date NOAA coastline and river charts from the Army Corps of Engineers, this DVD and GPS Real-Time Navigation Software from Maptech allows you to create GPS routes with the click of a mouse. Chart segments and route plans can be printed on standard printers. Connect a GPS to an onboard computer to see vessel location on the detailed charts for real-time tracking and positioning.

Mustang Survival PFD with Hydrostatic Inflator

April 1, 2006
Mustang Survival’s new Deluxe HT series of inflatable personal flotation devices feature an auto hydrostatic inflator for high-risk weather conditions. Each PFD’s inflation device is triggered by hydrostatic pressure when submerged four inches below the water surface, and is not sensitive to rain, water spray, or humidity. The inflator is maintenance free for five years, unless fired.

IACP 2002: Best of Show

December 1, 2002

Large trade shows can be overwhelming for everyone involved. They are a blur of seminars, awards banquets, industry schmooze sessions, and aisle after aisle of exhibits and demonstrations.

TWO if by Sea: Tactical Waterborne Units

August 1, 2002

The lesson of the Baltimore exercise is quite clear: police agencies can't just arbitrarily decide that their jurisdictions end at the water's edge and assume that anything on the water will be handled by the Coast Guard, the Navy, or somebody else.

2002 Police Vehicle Roundup

February 1, 2002

In keeping up with the expansion of the category "police vehicles," we've widened our annual roundup to cover some of these newer "mobile offices" as well as the newer models of old patrol classics.

Dover (N.H.) Police Department

November 1, 2001

By looking to its past, the Dover (N.H.) Police Department has successfully adapted to the challenges of policing today.

Police Vehicles

February 1, 2001

For specialized units from SWAT to airborne patrol, today's police officers need more than just four wheels and a roof.

Marine Bureau Fires Up Its Jets

December 1, 2000

The coastline comprises a wide assortment of conditions, including open-ocean waters, often with high seas, shallows, winding and narrow inlets, bays, canals, harbors, wetlands and the Long Island Sound, each posing a different challenge for a police boat.

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