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<p><em><strong>A parole officer tipped off LAPD investigators about the whereabouts of Giovanni Ramirez, based on these police sketches. Sketches: LAPD.</strong></em></p>

Dodger Stadium Beating Suspect Is a Documented Gang Member

May 22, 2011
In an early Sunday morning raid of an east Hollywood apartment, the Los Angeles Police Department's SWAT unit arrested one of two men suspected of savagely beating a Giants fan at Dodger Stadium.

Video: S.C. Man Fights with Officer, Steals Cruiser

May 20, 2011
Arthur Lee Thompson Jr., 38, eventually crashed the officer's vehicle, when he plowed into a truck during the joyride that was captured on the officer's dash cam.
<p><em><strong>Photo: Safariland.</strong></em></p>

Safariland Introduces Monadnock Impactor Forearm Shield

May 20, 2011
The Model 5500 Impactor is designed to work with defensive baton techniques and OC spray, as a tool for controlling combative or uncontrollable subjects.

Prank Call Ties Up Kansas LE Resources for Several Hours

May 20, 2011
Responding deputies from the Johnson County (Kan.) Sheriff's Office actively investigated a 911 accident call for two hours that turned out to be a prank call, according to the agency.

Horace Small Introduces Function Fit Female Pant

May 20, 2011
With the new pant, the company shortened the rise for an updated look, as well as contoured the waistband to complement the female curve. The company also added more room in the seat and hip for easier movement and more comfort.
<p><em><strong>Photo: BlackHawk.</strong></em></p>

BlackHawk Duty Belt Harness Gets High Marks from NTOA

May 20, 2011
The harness transfers the weight of an equipment-laden duty belt from the hip to the shoulders of the officer. Unlike traditional suspenders, the harness fits under the duty shirt and attaches to the duty belt with minor alterations.
<p><em><strong>Photo: Glock.</strong></em></p>

Glock Donates $100,000 To Warrior Foundation

May 20, 2011
The donation marks Glock's sixth consecutive year donating to SOWF, a non-profit organization providing college scholarships to the surviving children of Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps special operations personnel killed in combat or training.
<p><em><strong>Photo: Go Rhino.</strong></em></p>

Go Rhino Introduces Brush Guards for 2011 Dodge Charger

May 20, 2011
The vehicle accessory is fully welded one-piece construction. It's ideal for PIT maneuvers and provides optimal strength and superior grille protection, according to the company.

APCO Rebrands MEDS Software as 9-1-1 Adviser

May 20, 2011
9-1-1 Adviser guides public safety communicators through emergency calls by populating the appropriate questions and actions on their computer screens. Additionally, communicators can quickly access key functions, such as CPR, childbirth, obstructed airway and airway control at the top of the screen.

Woman: 'I Shot Him As Much As I Could'

May 20, 2011
A Georgia woman who was attacked by an intruder in her home told the 911 operator she "shot him as much as I could." He was later found dead in the back yard of her Gwinnett County home.
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