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Anarchists Planned Bombing of Cleveland-Area Bridge, 2 LE Centers

May 1, 2012
FBI agents arrested five members of an anarchist group Monday who are charged with planning to bomb an Ohio bridge and identifying other targets including a justice center, fusion center, second bridge, Federal Reserve Bank, and Ku Klux Klan location.
<p>Photo: Otis Technology</p>

Otis Introduces 3-Gun Cleaning System

May 1, 2012
The system cleans the breech to muzzle without dissassembly, so competitors can quickly re-enter the event. The kit cleans 5.56mm rifles; 9mm, .40-, and .45-caliber pistols; and 12 gauge shotguns.
<p>Lyman&#39;s TS-6000 weapon cleaning system. Photo: Lyman.</p>

Lyman Introduces Two TurboSonic Ultrasonic Cleaning Systems

May 1, 2012
Lyman has added two new TurboSonic Ultrasonic Cleaners—the larger 6.3-quart model TS-6000 and a smaller 23.6-ounce Model TS-700 weapon cleaning system.
<p>Screenshot: CSU</p>

Columbia Southern University, Agency Offer Female Tactical Training

April 30, 2012
Columbia Southern University and the Orange Beach (Ala.) Police Department co-hosted a female police tactical training event from April 23-25.

TRU-Vu Introduces Sunlight Readable Monitor

April 30, 2012
TRU-Vu has introduced its SRM-21.5Z Sunlight Readable LCD monitor that can be viewed in direct, bright sunlight.
<p>Photo: Gamber-Johnson</p>

Gamber-Johnson Introduces Solution for Ford Utility Police Interceptor

April 30, 2012
Gamber-Johnson has introduced a new vehicle-specific console box that's designed specifically for the 2012-13 Ford Police Interceptor Utility. The console is available in two versions.

Ga. K-12 District Selects PTS Solutions As Public Safety Software Provider

April 30, 2012
The Gwinnett County (Ga.) Public Schools announced it has selected PTS Solutions as its new public safety software provider. The district's Office of Safety and Security will use the new software to dispatch officers and to track and report incidents that occur in the school system.

Video: N.J. Cop Interrupts 'Excessive Force'

April 30, 2012
A Bogota (N.J.) Police officer is now under disciplinary review for interfering with two Richfield Park officers attempting to detain the emotionally disturbed son of a city councilwoman.

N.H. Trooper Rescues Man From Fiery Wreck

April 30, 2012
A New Hampshire State Police Trooper was injured Sunday night rescuing a driver who was trapped after his car crashed in Andover and later burst into flames.

Sheriff: Drunken Grandparents Towed Child In Toy Car

April 30, 2012
Two grandparents are accused of getting drunk and using their SUV to tow their 7-year-old granddaughter in a toy plastic car.
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