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Uniform Upgrades for the Elite: 5.11 XPRT Uniforms

September 15, 2016

Sponsored by 5.11 Tactical

5.11 Tactical refreshes the uniform using the latest fabrics and field-tested upgrades.
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Magnum USA Introduces Strike Force and Opus Duty Boots

October 20, 2016
Magnum police duty boots, including the new Strike Force and Opus models, are built to handle whatever environment your work throws at you.
<p>Deborah Danner (Photo: Twitter)</p>

Mayor and Commissioner Condemn NYPD Officer’s Fatal Shooting of Mentally Ill Woman

October 20, 2016
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and new NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill have condemned the police shooting of a mentally ill Bronx woman — declaring Wednesday it was a clear violation of protocol as the investigation was barely under way.
<p>Newburgh, NY, police Taras Karabelas walked away without major injuries after this patrol car explosion. (Photo: Newburgh PD/CBS Local)</p>

NY Officer's Patrol Car Explodes, No Major Injuries

October 20, 2016
A police officer walked away from a frightening explosion Tuesday morning in Newburgh, NY.
<p>Officer Richard Cintolo (Photo: Boston PD)</p>

Boston Officer Wounded in Last Week’s Firefight Released from Hospital

October 20, 2016
One of two Boston Police officers who were shot in East Boston last week has been released from the hospital.

4 CA Officers Have Been Slain in 2 Weeks

October 20, 2016
Yesterday when Modoc (CA) County Sheriff’s Deputy Jack Hopkins was shot and killed responding to a disturbance call he became the fourth California officer killed in the line of duty this month.

Palm Springs Chief at Fallen Officers' Memorial: It's Time to Stop Ignoring "Red Flags"

October 20, 2016
At Tuesday’s memorial for two slain Palm Springs, CA, police officers, the city’s police chief gave this powerful speech:

Video: GA Cop Killer Executed After 16 Years on Death Row

October 20, 2016
Lawler ambushed two Atlanta police officers on October 12, 1997 -- Officer John Richard Sowa, and Officer Patricia Cocciolone. He shot them both multiple times. He killed Sowa, and nearly killed Cocciolone, leaving her with permanent brain injury.

Spacesaver to Hold Webinar on Evidence Storage and Management

October 20, 2016
The 45-minute Webinar is for law enforcement professionals and designers of public safety facilities. It includes insights from law enforcement officers, evidence storage experts, architects, and more on a wide variety of evidence storage and management topics.
<p>Deputy Jack Hopkins (Photo: Modoc County Sheriff&#39;s Office)</p>

CA Deputy Killed in Rural Shooting

October 19, 2016
A Modoc County, CA, sheriff's deputy was killed Wednesday morning in a shooting on a rural county road, authorities said.
<p>Officers Jose Gilbert Vega and Lesley Zerebny (Photo: Palm Springs PD)</p>

Stop Killing Police: Palm Springs Chief's Plea at Officers' Memorial

October 19, 2016
Amid the emotion of the memorial service for Officers Jose Gilbert Vega, 63, and Lesley Zerebny, 27, came a call for end to violence against law enforcement officers across the nation.
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