Do you think wearing on-body cameras on duty should be mandatory?
Some of the top manufacturers of law enforcement first responder
equipment and gear will be showing their latest products next week at
TREXPO East Conference and Trade Show. The show held at the Dulles
Convention Center in Chantilly, Va., will feature the largest
collection of law enforcement vendors ever at a TREXPO event.
An LAPD SWAT officer was recovering Tuesday after being stabbed in the hand by a theft suspect who barricaded himself inside an office at a Wal-Mart store at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza, authorities said. The suspect was shot and wounded by police, but authorities did not immediately report his condition.
Streamlight announced it has introduced enhanced versions of its
popular Stinger LED and Stinger DS LED rechargeable flashlights,
providing law enforcement professionals extraordinary brightness and
durability with new power C4 LED technology.
McCrone Microscopes & Accessories, the instrument sales division of The McCrone Group, announced today that it has jointly teamed with Independent Forensics DNA Testing & Technologies
to offer the Sperm Hyliter Package, a new sperm identification and
imaging system that permits dramatically faster, simpler, and more
efficient sperm identification for crime laboratories.
American Body Armor,
part of the BAE Systems Products Group has introduced the newest model
in the renowned Xtreme Body Armor series - the Xtreme Force (XTF).
WatchGuard Video announced today the new 2008 Chevrolet Tahoe mounting kit for the WatchGuard DV-1 digital in-car video system.
The main reason for the change is to improve communication with other agencies because other Valley agencies often have different codes than Mesa, Detective Steve Berry said.
Before Mr. Rodriguez and six others overpowered workers at a maximum-security prison in South Texas in 2000, he had been serving a life sentence for paying a hit man $2,000 to kill his wife, Theresa Rodriguez, in 1992.
The Orange County Sheriff's Department promised today that any special reserve deputies caught using their badges and ID cards after reporting that the credentials had been lost or stolen will be arrested and charged with filing false police reports and being in possession of stolen property.
In just two hours, Phoenix police Sgt. Doug Hardin scanned more than 900 license plates, yet his hands rarely moved from the steering wheel of his unmarked pickup truck.