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Amped Software Introduces FIVE On Demand Video Software

October 12, 2011
Amped FIVE, forensic video analysis software, opens high tech crime fighting tools to all budgets. New subscription plans available for Amped Software’s new product “ Amped FIVE On Demand”, with competitive and flexible pricing options, unique in its field.
<p>Screenshot: Honeywell.</p>

Honeywell Launches QuietPro QP400 Communication System

October 12, 2011
The QuietPro QP400 was introduced at the AUSA 2011 annual meeting and exposition in Washington, D.C., Oct. 10-12. The QuietPro QP400 provides soldiers with smart personal hearing protection, situational awareness enhancement, and the clearest incoming and outgoing communication throughout the full spectrum of training and deployment operations.
<p>Seal Beach (Calif.) Police officers load the mass-shooting suspect into a squad car. Screenshot: ABC News.</p>

8 Dead In Calif. Salon Massacre

October 12, 2011
A man opened fire inside a crowded hair salon in a sedate southern California city, eventually killing eight people and critically injuring a ninth as they desperately tried to flee. Seal Beach Police officers recovered body armor and multiple weapons, when they arrested him during a traffic stop.

Brownells Establishes 'Center For Zombie Awareness' Web site

October 12, 2011
The newly formed Brownells Center for Zombie Awareness (CZA) Web site includes a three-phase defense plan, offering visitors ways to "educate," "equip," and "engage" the undead.

Ill. Parolee Fired on Cops During 11-Mile Chase

October 12, 2011
A Chicago man released from prison last summer for shooting at a suburban police officer during a high-speed chase faces similar charges for leading Chicago and Illinois state police on an 11-mile chase while firing on pursuing officers earlier this week.

Oakland Chief Resigns, Citing Lack of Resources

October 12, 2011
Two years after taking the job, Oakland Police Chief Anthony Batts resigned from a department that has lost 150 officers since his arrival.

Rep. Issa Subpoenas Holder on Fast and Furious

October 12, 2011
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) subpoenaed Attorney General Eric Holder on Wednesday for documents related to the "Fast and Furious" gun tracking operation.

Philly Cop Allegedly Stole Credit Cards of Detainees

October 12, 2011
A Philadelphia Police officer has been charged with allegedly stealing the credit or debit cards of detainees, and using them to buy gas and personal goods.

California Chiefs: Open Carry Is An Officer Safety Issue

October 11, 2011
A northern California police chief at the center of the open-carry debate tells POLICE Magazine that the state's law enforcement community generally supports the ban that goes into effect Jan. 1. Many POLICE readers disagreed.
<p>Photo: Blade-Tech</p>

OfficerStore.com Offers 3 TASER X2 Holsters

October 11, 2011
OfficerStore.com is now offering three holster options for the Taser X2 Electronic Discharge Weapon released earlier this year. The Blade-Tech X2 Holster, Blackhawk TASER X-2 Duty Holster and the Safariland Model 6520 allow the X2 weapon to be deployed in a moment’s notice, yet remain secure during typical daily activities.
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