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The HA-BR01 ICW BA-3A00S-BR01 is a hard-armor rifle plate rated to defend against two ballistic threats. Photo courtesy of Safariland.

Safariland Adds 7.62x51mm Stopper To Protech Line

February 15, 2011
The HA-BR01 ICW BA-3A00S-BR01 is a seven-pound, ceramic, single-curve rectangular design with clipped corners that can defeat six impacts from a 7.62x51mm, 147-grain FMJ , as well as one impact from a .30-caliber M2-AP (Armor Piercing) round.
Glock is shipping the .40-caliber G27 (pictured) and 9mm G26, as new introductions to its Gen4 line. Photo courtesy of Glock.

Glock Ships New G26 and G27 Gen4 Pistols

February 15, 2011
The availability of the new pistols in .40-caliber and 9mm brings the total new Gen4 pistols now available two eight with the remaining three (G21, G34, and G35) rolling out later this year.

Arlington PD Made 59 Super Bowl Prostitution Arrests

February 15, 2011
Arlington undercover officers called escort services' phone numbers listed in local publications and scoured the Web for sex-trade advertisements to set up meetings with suspects to make the arrests from Jan. 27 to Feb. 6.

Kicked Seattle Teen Demands $450,000, Agency Apology

February 15, 2011
The 17-year-old seen being kicked in the groin, torso and head by a Seattle Police officer has filed a $450,000 claim against the city for pain, suffering and emotional trauma.

Alabama County's Dispatchers Get New PlantCML Call Processing System

February 15, 2011
The center is currently equipped with 10 call taking positions to field emergency and administrative calls, as well as to dispatch calls to first responders at the Decatur Police Department, Decatur Fire and Rescue, the Morgan County Rescue Squad, Trinity Police Department, Priceville Police Department, Decatur EMS and 22 volunteer fire departments.

Two Burglary Suspects Killed In Shootout With D.C. Police

February 15, 2011
A police shootout near Catholic University in Washington D.C. that killed two suspects ended a harrowing 40-minute rampage in which gunmen burst into a home filled with students and then beat, robbed and threatened to kill them.

Calif. Chief Joked About 'Taking All of Bell's Money'

February 15, 2011
In an e-mail exchange prior to taking his position, former Bell (Calif.) Police Chief Randy Adams referred to himself as a "pig" and joked that he looked forward to "taking all of Bell's money," referring to his exorbitant salary.
Photo courtesy of California Highway Patrol.

California Governor Curtails CHP's Purchase of New Patrol Vehicles

February 15, 2011
The California Highway Patrol's Capt. Bill Peters, commander of the CHP's Fleet Operations Section, is lobbying for more than half of an order of about 750 patrol cars for 2011 that has stalled due to the state's economic woes.

Stray Trailer Strikes Arizona Tribal Officer's Cruiser, Killing Him

February 14, 2011
San Carlos Apache Police Officer Aaron Peru, 26, was killed Sunday, when a stray trailer struck his vehicle, while he headed to an afternoon meeting.

Florida Agency Promotes First Female Chief

February 14, 2011
Jeanette Said-Jinete, a 26-year veteran, has taken over as the new chief of the Medley (Fla.) Police Department, becoming the first female chief in the agency's history and one of 10 now in Florida.
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