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State, IA Clear Fla. Chief who Voided Cop's Jaywalking Ticket

September 15, 2011
An internal affairs investigation has cleared West Palm Beach, Fla., Police Chief Delsa Bush who had voided a jaywalking ticket one of her officers issued to a city employee.

Marshals Arrest Felon Who Shot New Orleans Cop

September 15, 2011
The suspect who shot a New Orleans Police officer during a traffic stop has been arrested, after sheriff's deputies and officers from the U.S. Marshals office. Troy Armstead, 24, was taken into custody late Tuesday, after he shot Officer Terrance Hilliard in the hand.

VirTra Acquires Patent for Threat Fire Shocking Device

September 15, 2011
VirTra Systems Inc. has acquired a patent to for a device in the company's firearms simulators that sends electronic impulses to shock the user and simulate consequences during training.

TASER Sells New X2 To University of Texas

September 15, 2011
TASER International acquired contracts to sell its TASER X2 electronic control devices (ECDs) and related accessories to the University of Texas police department and medical facilities.

Aimpoint PRO Earns Magazine Award

September 14, 2011
Aimpoint has received a 2011 Editor's Choice award from "On Target" magazine for its Patrol Rifle Optic (PRO) red-dot sight due to the product's ability to fulfill tactical performance demands while remaining within the reach of law enforcement agencies facing restrictive budgets.
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Was the Gumby Robbery A College-Style Prank?

September 14, 2011
Jason Kiss wore the Gumby costume and his friend Jason Giramma admitted to being the getaway driver. The San Diego County district attorney will now decide whether to file the case as a criminal violation or chalk it up as a prank.

CIA: Is Our Work with NYPD Legal?

September 14, 2011
David Petraeus, the CIA director, told Congress on Tuesday that its inspector general will review work done with the NYPD to "make sure we are doing the right thing."

Obama Jobs Bill Would Allocate D Block to Public Safety

September 14, 2011
President Obama's $474 billion jobs bill would set aside the 700Mhz D Block spectrum for a dedicated broadband public safety network and provide funding to build and operate it.

Hawaii Officer Fatally Struck at Vehicle Stop

September 14, 2011
Officers Eric Fontes and Herman Scanlan were attending to a black SUV that was stopped along Farrington Highway near Ko Olina at about 10:30 p.m. Tuesday. A pickup truck struck one of the police vehicles at the scene.
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C4i Introduces Portable Version of SwitchPlusIP

September 14, 2011
SwitchPlusIP Command-Center LT is portable, yet functions similarly to a dispatch center. Features include wireless push-to-talk (PTT) functionality, configurable operator roles, and individual operating preferences such as volume control.
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