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Chicago To Purchase 500 Ford Police Interceptors

February 24, 2012
Chicago police officers will be driving Ford's 2013 Police Interceptor as their new patrol vehicle, city officials have announced. The city plans to buy 100 vehicles a year for five years at a cost of $3.5 million per year.

Propper Donates To Law Enforcement Support Group

February 24, 2012
Propper International will donate a portion of proceeds from its summer apparel collection to support Sheep Dog Impact Assistance (SDIA), which supports law enforcement.
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Remington Introduces Model 700TM SPS Tactical 300 Blackout

February 24, 2012
The Model 700 SPS Tactical 300 Blackout pairs a machined solid-steel, cylindrical Model 700 receiver with 16 1/2-inch, heavy-contour barrel threaded to accept AAC and 5/8-x-24 threaded flash hiders, muzzle breaks and suppressors. The tactical-style carbon steel, hammer-forged barrel has a 1:7 twist rate.

Penn. Officer Dragged 100 Feet, Seriously Injured

February 24, 2012
A Freeland Borough (Penn.) Police officer was dragged about 100 feet by an SUV, after reaching into a suspect's vehicle to turn off the ignition.

L.A. County Sheriff Backs Driver's Licenses for Illegals

February 24, 2012
Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca chimed in with his support for issuing driver's licenses to illegal immigrants a day after Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck backed the idea.

Cellular Specialties Addresses 4G/LTE Capacity Issues at IWCE

February 24, 2012
An executive with Cellular Specialties Inc. (CSI) will discuss wireless-network capacity and 4G/LTE issues for public safety today at the International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) in Las Vegas.

17 Agencies Purchase Spillman Software In Q4 2011

February 24, 2012
Seventeen public safety agencies purchased software from Spillman Technologies for the first time during the fourth quarter of 2011 and 68 agencies expanded their existing Spillman systems, according to the company.

Third-Grader Shot at Wash. School Remains In Critical Condition

February 23, 2012
Students returned to Armin Jahr Elementary School Thursday in Bremerton, Wash., a day after a third-grader was accidentally shot after a gun in the backpack of another student discharged.

2 Die In N.C. Pursuit Collision

February 23, 2012
Two Belmont, N.C., residents were killed Wednesday night when their vehicle was struck during a police pursuit by a South Carolina driver. One of the victims was a former Belmont mayor.
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Suspect In Wash. Trooper's Death Shoots Self

February 23, 2012
A suspect in the shooting death of a Washington State Patrol trooper early Thursday shot himself as SWAT members closed in. Trooper Tony Radulescu was a 16-year veteran of the agency.
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