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<p><span>Pittsburgh Police Officer Janine Triolo was one of five officers honored by Safariland at SHOT Show. Photo: Mark W. Clark.</span></p>

SHOT Show 2012: Safariland Honors Five Officers

January 18, 2012
Safariland honored five officers at SHOT Show today and inducted them into their Saves Club for surviving harrowing encounters with the help of gear from the body armor and police products maker.
<p>CZ-USA introduced two versions of its CZ P-07 Duty pistol. Photo: Mark Clark</p>

SHOT Show 2012: CZ-USA's Pair of P-07 Duty Pistols

January 18, 2012
CZ-USA introduced two new versions of its CZ P-07 Duty pistol in 9mm and .40 S&W at SHOT Show. The two new models of the mid-size auto include a version in OD (olive drab) Green and a version in black with a threaded barrel to accept a suppressor.
<p>Original S.W.A.T.&#39;s 9-inch Chase side-zip boot. Photo: Mark W. Clark</p>

SHOT Show 2012: Original S.W.A.T.'s Lightweight Chase Boots

January 18, 2012
Original S.W.A.T. introduced a duty boot for officers that is one of the most lightweight offered in the law enforcement market. The low boot weighs 32 ounces, while the water-resistant boot comes in at 44 ounces.
<p>Hornady tested its new Critical Duty ammunition on six barriers, including gelatin, wallboard, heavy clothing, plywood, sheet metal, and glass. Photo: Hornady</p>

SHOT Show 2012: Hornady's Critical Duty Designed for LE

January 17, 2012
Hornady produced its Critical Duty ammunition with law enforcement in mind by testing it against six urban barriers so officers could effectively stop threats without risking over penetration, company reps said at SHOT Show.

Trial Starts for Accused New Jersey Cop Killer

January 17, 2012
A 20-year-old man is now on trial for the shooting death of a Lakewood Police Department officer last January. He faces murder and weapons charges and could be sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
<p>Spokeswoman Aysha Webb wearing BlackHawk&#39;s new women&#39;s line of tactical pants and top. Photo: BlackHawk</p>

SHOT Show 2012: BlackHawk's Women's Apparel Line

January 17, 2012
The apparel line includes duty wear, tactical offerings, off-duty options, active wear, and footwear for women. The company stressed that the garments aren't men's clothing in smaller sizes.
<p>Photo: Mark W. Clark</p>

SHOT Show 2012: Kahr Arms' CM40 Pistol

January 17, 2012
Kahr Arms introduced its CM40 polymer subcompact pistol at SHOT Show to deliver more punch to concealed carriers seeking a smaller weapon chambered in .40 S&W, a company rep told POLICE Magazine.

SHOT Show 2012: Point Blank and Protective Products Introduce Body Armor Lines

January 17, 2012
Point Blank Enterprises and Protective Products Enterprises introduced several body armor products here at SHOT Show 2012, following the company's merger earlier this year.

Shot N.J. Officer Returns To Work As Detective

January 17, 2012
Paramus (N.J.) Police Officer Rachel Morgan returned to work Monday as a detective almost a year after she was struck by gunfire during a pursuit.

Minneapolis PD Rehires Officers Laid Off in 2009

January 16, 2012
Eight officers who were laid off by the Minneapolis Police Department in 2009 while still in the Field Training program will return to work this week.
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