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Wisconsin Deputies Punished For Effigy Video

September 30, 2009
Two deputies with the Calumet County Sheriff's office are no longer in their previous posts, after posting a video of them burning a uniform in effigy while off duty on their Facebook page, the Post-Crescent reports.
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Smith & Wesson Ships Walther PK380 Auto Pistol

September 30, 2009
The Walther PK380, which is engineered on the P22 platform, is semi-automatic and delivers the power of a .380 in a lightweight, ambidextrous firearm, according to the company.
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Atlanta PD Recruits New Officers in Economically Downtrodden Ohio

September 30, 2009
To help fill 150 jobs with more seasoned officers, the Atlanta Police Department is heading to Ohio, an industrial state that's been hit hard by the economic downturn, WXIA.com reports.

Orange County SWAT Rescues Baby During Standoff

September 30, 2009
The Orange County (Fla.) SWAT unit rescued an 8-month-old baby from the home of a suspect accused of battering a pregnant woman in an Orlando home before sending tear gas into the property, WESH.com reports.

Six of 10 LE Agencies Require Body Armor

September 30, 2009
Nearly all law enforcement agencies report that they provide body armor to their officers, but only 59 percent of the agencies require their officers to wear body armor at least some of the time, according to a new report announced by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF).

Panasonic Introduces Toughbook Arbitrator 360° In-Car Video System

September 30, 2009
Panasonic Computer Solutions Company has announced the launch of the Toughbook Arbitrator 360° in-car digital video system, which can support up to six cameras in one law enforcement vehicle for comprehensive evidence capture.
U.S. law enforcement officers discuss bomb neutralization techniques with an Israeli colleague.

Safe City Conference Invites American Officers to Israel

September 29, 2009
Most officers who go to Israel for security training are sent by large agencies through official exchange programs, but now a new law enforcement training conference is inviting any American officer to Israel to learn new techniques and tactics for countering terror attacks and street crime.

TASER International Receives U.S. Customs and Border Protection Contract

September 29, 2009
TASER International, a market leader in digital evidence solutions and electronic control devices (ECDs), today announced that it received an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract which can potentially extend for a five-year period from U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). The order received was for TASER X26 ECDs and related accessories.

Police Search For Baby Boy's Drive-by Shooters

September 29, 2009
Los Angeles police are searching for a pair of suspected gang members they believe are responsible for the death of a 4-month-old boy who was killed during a drive-by shooting in Van Nuys, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Kansas Deputy Dies After Exchanging Gunfire With Suspect

September 29, 2009
Sedgwick County sheriff's deputy Brian S. Etheridge has died as a result of injuries he sustained from a gunshot wound while pursuing a suspect Monday near Wichita, Kan., KansasCity.com reports.
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