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TASER International Receives Follow-On Orders from Three Different Law Enforcement Agencies

October 25, 2007
TASER International, Inc. (NASDAQ: TASR), a market leader in advanced electronic control devices, today announced that it received significant orders from three law enforcement agencies.

Savage Range Systems Completes Test Ranges for Barrett Firearms

October 24, 2007
Savage Range Systems—manufacturers of indoor and outdoor shooting ranges, bullet traps, steel targets and shoot houses—recently completed delivery of a new bullet trap for Barrett Firearms Manufacturing.

Research Underscores Need for Job-Related Fitness

October 23, 2007
Police officers must often participate in manual labor, requiring the utmost physical health. But few maintain a healthy fitness level, leaving them at risk of injury. They can greatly decrease their chances of getting hurt on the job by maintaining a lifelong fitness program.

NYC Medical Examiner Says Officer's Death Not 9/11-Related

October 19, 2007
New York City's chief medical examiner ruled that retired police detective James Zadroga's death from lung disease in 2006 was not caused by working hundreds of hours at the World Trade Center site after 9/11.

Dallas SWAT Doctors Save Life of Officer Shot During Raid

October 19, 2007
Lt. Carlton Marshall of Dallas SWAT is expected to survive after being shot in the neck during an early morning raid. Two fast-acting doctors on his team are being credited with saving his life.

The Force Gives Off-Duty Hero 2007 Positive Force Award

October 19, 2007
The Force, formerly Horace Small, a public safety uniform brand, has named Master Officer Ken Hammond of the Ogden City (Utah) Police Department as the recipient of this year's Positive Force Award.

TSA Screeners Fail to Spot Fake Bombs

October 18, 2007
Transportation Security Administration screeners at Los Angeles International and Chicago O'Hare failed to find fake bombs on undercover agents posing as passenger during more than 60 percent of tests last year.

S.C. Officer Saves Woman from Speeding Train

October 18, 2007
A veteran Greer, S.C., patrol officer's quick reaction saved a confused motorist from certain death earlier this week.

Beretta's Project Allegiance Provides Officers Free $10,000 Death Benefits

October 18, 2007
Through its new Project Allegiance program, Beretta will offer active-duty law enforcement officers who purchase a Beretta Px4 Storm pistol a $10,000 line-of-duty death benefit valid for three years, at no cost to the officers and his or her family.

Detroit PD Officer Named 2007 Police Officer of the Year

October 16, 2007
Officer Roy Gilbert of the Detroit Police Department has been named the 2007 Police Officer of the Year by PARADE magazine and the International Association of Chiefs of Police. Officer Gilbert is honored for his heroic actions by risking his life to save his partner.
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