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NRA Seeks Candidates for Officer of the Year Award

July 27, 2010
The Law Enforcement Officer of the Year award was established in 1993 and "recognizes exceptional valor, public service, and dedication to the principles of our Constitutional heritage," according to the NRA.

San Francisco PD Asks Civilians To Do More Police Work

July 27, 2010
The move is considered controversial by some, yet will free up officers to respond to crimes in progress or dangerous offenders, according to Chief George Gascon.

Former Miami-Dade Sergeant Faces Trial In K-9 Death

July 27, 2010
Cockfield, 55, has pleaded not guilty to charges of animal cruelty and killing his 4-year-old German shepherd, Duke. Several officers told internal affairs they witnessed Cockfield kick Duke three to six times.

Mobile Meth Lab Driver Shoots Himself During Indiana Trooper's Vehicle Stop

July 27, 2010
A 24-year-old man operating a methamphetamine lab out of his 1995 Dodge Intrepid shot himself in the head, after Indiana State Trooper Caleb Anderson pulled him over in a Walgreen's parking lot.

Stolen Cruiser Involved In 5-Car Crash May Have Been Left Running

July 27, 2010
James Lloyd Robinson III has been arrested and charged for allegedly stealing the vehicle and leading police on a pursuit that reached speeds exceeding 120 mph. The collision ended the chase.
Photo via General Motors/Chevrolet.

2011 Chevrolet Caprice Models Available In October and January

July 27, 2010
Law enforcement agencies can begin placing orders for the detective version of the 2011 Chevrolet Caprice Police Patrol Vehicle (PPV) in October and the police package in January, General Motors has announced.

PlantCML Workshops Highlight Next-Gen Communications at APCO

July 27, 2010
Company representatives have been invited to speak at several workshops during the conference.
Photo via Flickr.com (bcymet).

Criminals Increasingly Mutilate Fingers To Avoid Fingerprint ID

July 26, 2010
The case represents an increasing trend where criminals mutilate their fingertips so they can't be connected by police to their earlier crimes. The Suffolk County district attorney said the trend has been increasingly on display during "heavy weight drug cases."
Photo via Larson Electronics.

Larson Electronics' Releases Explosion-Proof Lights For Hazardous Areas

July 26, 2010
Larson Electronics' Magnalight.com has added several two-foot LED lights that are certified as explosion-proof and could be used by a law enforcement agency in its aircraft maintenance facility.
Photo courtesy of Wiley X.

Wiley X Introduces Reign Eye Wear to Black Ops Line

July 26, 2010
The Wiley X's Reign eye wear has been tested to withstand the impact of a 0.25-inch diameter steel ball fired at 150fps, and the weight of a 1.1-pound pointed projectile dropped from a height of 50 feet.
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