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<p>From left to right, Deputy Chief Terry Hara; U.S. Armor&#39;s Georg Olsen; and Assistant Chief Sandy Jo MacArthur. Photo: U.S. Armor</p>

U.S. Armor Hosts LAPD Training Event

April 13, 2012
U.S. Armor co-sponsored a training event attended by Los Angeles Police Department officers. The company is the sole body armor provider to the LAPD.
<p>Bianchi&#39;s 135 Supression is one of three Allusion concealment holsters. Photo: Safariland</p>

Safariland Introduces Bianchi Allusion Concealment Holsters

April 13, 2012
The Bianchi Allusion series includes the Model 125 Consent, Model 130 Classified, and the Model 135 Suppression holsters. The holsters are formed with full-grain leather that's wrapped and laminated around a thermal-molded synthetic core.
<p>Photo: Daniel Defense</p>

Daniel Defense Introduces 9-Inch Modular Float Rail

April 13, 2012
Daniel Defense has introduced a 9-inch version of its Modular Float Rail (MFR) primarily offered on Daniel Defense's DDM4 V7 in a 12-inch version, according to the company.
<p>LMT&#39;s LM8MWS. Photo courtesy of Laura Burgess.</p>

LMT Introduces Two Modular Rifles

April 13, 2012
The LM8MWS and LM8MRP arrive with four versatile rail segments, including the 4-rail (1.4 inches), 6-rail (2.1 inches), 8-rail (3 inches), and 10-rail (3.8 inches). The LM8 platform updates LMT's benchmark monolithic rail platform, making it lighter, smaller, slimmer and more maneuverable, according to the company.
<p>Photo: Haix</p>

Haix Introduces Airpower R5 Slip-On Boot

April 13, 2012
Haix has introduced the Airpower R5 slip-on public safety boot in its station-boot line, according to the company. The boots provide arch support, and the 6-inch Airpower R5 arrives with steel toe protection

Condition of Wounded N.H. Detectives Upgraded

April 13, 2012
Det. Scott Kukesh of the Newmarket Police Department and Det. Jeremiah Murphy of the Rochester Police Department were critically wounded late Thursday during a narcotics raid.

LAPD Adopts Policy for Transgender Stops

April 13, 2012
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck has issued a new policy covering how officers must deal with members of the transgender community during stops and searches.

Teen Shot by LAPD Was Dropped From Explorer Program

April 13, 2012
The 19-year-old who died in a hail of Los Angeles Police gunfire on the Hollywood (101) Freeway had wanted to join the department, but was dropped from its Explorer program for disciplinary reasons.
<p>Greenland Police Chief Michael Maloney. Photo: GPD website</p>

N.H. Police Chief Killed, 4 Wounded In Drug Raid

April 13, 2012
Greenland (N.H.) Police Chief Michael Maloney was eight days from retirement when he was gunned down during the raid targeting Cullen Mutrie, 29, at a Post Road home.
<p>Stanislaus County (Calif.) Sheriff&#39;s Deputy Robert Paris. Photo: SCSD</p>

Calif. Deputy's Shooting Leads To 11-Hour Standoff

April 13, 2012
More than 100 officers surrounded a Modesto, Calif., apartment complex, following the fatal shooting of a Stanislaus County Sheriff's deputy on Thursday.
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