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Aeryon Introduces AeryonLive SaaS Platform for UAS

May 3, 2016
AeryonLive delivers low-latency video, telemetry, and UAS fleet data to enable real-time decision-making and compliant, scalable enterprise small unmanned aerial systems deployments.
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Raybestos Introduces Police Brakes

May 3, 2016
Raybestos has further expanded its family of brake products with the addition of disc brake pads and rotors that are specially manufactured to meet the demanding needs of law enforcement professionals.

Video: Michigan Mother-Son Duo Join the Same Police Force

May 3, 2016
First they attended the police academy together, and now a mother and son team have been sworn in as officers on the Flint (MI) Police Department.

Phoenix Budget Battle: Body Cameras or More Police?

May 3, 2016
Some residents and council members have called for the city to instead use the money to speed up police hiring or restore pay and benefits for officers who took cuts the past six years.

Video: Nevada Lawmaker Says Citizens can Point Guns at Officers when Officers Point Guns at Them

May 3, 2016
Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiore (R), who is currently seeking her party’s nomination for an open U.S. House seat, says she believes the right to self defense includes the right to aim your gun at anyone who aims a gun at you, even if the other person is a law enforcement officer.

Lawmakers Denounce Plan to Transfer GITMO Detainees to U.S. Soil

May 3, 2016
The Major County Sheriff's Association sent a letter to the president to express their opposition to the plan. The letter states, "Detainees, deemed too dangerous to release, should not be brought to the homeland where they will pose a threat to the local communities we serve."
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Florida Correctional Officer Dies After Training Competition

May 2, 2016
Florida Correctional Officer Sgt. Jorge Ramos died Sunday afternoon, two days after participating in a statewide Correctional Emergency Response Team (CERT) competition at Sumter Correctional Institution.
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2 Major Florida Agencies Adopt National Police Ammunition (NPA) Z-Clean Ammunition

May 2, 2016
National Police Ammunition (NPA) announced its proprietary Z-Clean ammunition has been adopted by two of Florida's largest law enforcement agencies: the Orange County Sheriff's Office and the City of Miami Police Department.

Baltimore Officer Shoots Suspect in Attempted 'Suicide by Cop'

May 2, 2016
A young Baltimore police officer followed his training when he shot through the window of his patrol car at a suspect who was pointing a gun at him Sunday morning in what is now believed to be an attempted suicide by cop incident, said the police commissioner.

L.A. Sheriff's Official Resigns Over Racially-Insensitive Emails

May 2, 2016
A high-ranking Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department official has resigned in the wake of recent revelations that he shared "inappropriate and unprofessional" emails during his previous job as assistant police chief in Burbank, the L.A. County sheriff announced Sunday.
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