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Arizona Officer Killed, Second Injured Working Security Detail

May 1, 2011
An early Sunday gunfight involving three Buckeye (Ariz.) Police officers working an off-duty security detail at the El Gran Mercado swat meet in Phoenix resulted in the death of one officer and critical injuries to another.

S.C. Man Who Charged Cops With AK-47 Had Homemade Explosives

May 1, 2011
The 22-year-old man who charged Columbia (S.C.) Police officers with an AK-47 was carrying homemade explosives when tactical officers fatally shot him at a rental property after an hour-long standoff.

Veteran Calif. Sgt. Accused of Stalking Co-worker

April 30, 2011
A veteran San Diego Police sergeant is accused of stalking a fellow officer and making harassing phone calls during a stormy relationship. Sgt. Ken Davis, a 23-year-veteran of the force and officer of the year in 2003, is accused of stalking Officer Robin Hayes during an affair.

Los Angeles Parking Officers Allegedly Filmed Porno In Uniform

April 30, 2011
Los Angeles city officials have launched an investigation into whether two parking enforcement officers participated in an adult sex film while wearing their uniforms.

Cadet Class Leaves CHP Academy, Hiring Freeze Implemented

April 30, 2011
The California Highway Patrol graduated its final class of cadets prior to implementing a hiring freeze that will force the cancellation of cadet training at the West Sacramento facility for at least six months.
<p><em><strong>Serrated-blade version of Ka-Bar's Mark I. Photo: Ka-Bar.</strong></em></p>

Ka-Bar Knives Redesigns Iconic Mark I WWII Knife

April 29, 2011
The Mark I features a 5 1/8-inch blade and measures 9 3/16 inches overall. Offered with a leather or Kraton handle, the Mark I is available with either a straight or serrated edge in 1095 Cro-Van.

Virginia Chiefs Implement PoliceCommunity.net Training Portal

April 29, 2011
The Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police (VACP) has entered into a strategic partnership with The Response Network (TRN) to provide Virginia law enforcement agencies with specific online in-service training courses offered exclusively by TRN at its PoliceCommunity.net, which provides an online in-service training.

14 Agencies Purchase Spillman Software In First Quarter

April 29, 2011
Fourteen public safety agencies purchased software from Spillman Technologies for the first time during the first quarter of 2011, bringing the total number of Spillman customers to more than 900 public safety agencies in 35 states nationwide. Also, 45 agencies expanded existing Spillman systems, the company announced.

Maryland Trooper Among Six Names Initially Engraved at National Police Memorial

April 29, 2011
A Maryland state trooper killed in June and five other officers were the first group of names engraved on the the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial during the annual Engraving Day ceremony.
<p><em><strong>Photo: Safariland.</strong></em></p>

Safariland Adds Protech Type IIIA Breacher Shield

April 29, 2011
The shield and viewport are rated to defeat five impacts from 9mm 124 gr. FMJ, .44 Magnum 240 gr. LSWC, Tokarev 7.62x25mm 85 gr. FMJ (steel jacket), 5.7x28mm 28 gr. SS195/HP, 5.7x28mm 40 gr. SS197/Blue Tip, Winchester Ranger 9mm 127 gr. +P+ SXT, and .357 SIG 125 gr. TMJ.
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