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Video: Houston Cop Regrets Punching Suspect

July 15, 2011
A Houston Police officer "let her emotions get the best of her" when she punched a handcuffed armed robbery suspect, she said in a statement Friday.

Calif. City Considers Fines to Combat False Alarms

July 15, 2011
To offset the cost of police response to false alarms, the Bakersfield (Calif.) Police Department has proposed an ordinance that would implement escalating fees for false alarm response. In 2010, 97 percent of the Bakersfield PD's 17,725 alarm calls in were false. Police responded to 10,115 calls, which cost the department more than $1 million.

Command Arms Introduces RONI Recon Glock Conversion Kit

July 15, 2011
The RONI Recon (RONIRG1) pistol housing converts a Glock handgun into a weapon with a longer sight radius, and allows the operator two-handed control. With the RONI Recon, an operator can add an optic onto the 9.5-inch rail that runs the length of the RONIRG1.

Streamlight Donates $109,000 to Breast Cancer Research

July 15, 2011
Streamlight Inc., a leading manufacturer of high-performance flashlights, donated $109,000 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. To date, Streamlight has donated nearly $230,000 to the Foundation from sales proceeds of its "pink" flashlight products.

Video: Arrested Walmart Couple Accused Officer of Treason

July 14, 2011
Anthony Scott Smith, 41, and his wife, Chrisanna Elizabeth Smith, 40, of Scottsdale, Arizona, were arrested July 8. They were charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and second-degree assault on a police officer.

Calif. Woman who Cut Off Husband's Penis Could Face Life

July 14, 2011
Catherine Becker, a 48-year-old real estate broker, was apparently angry with her husband over an "inappropriate relationship" and told investigators her husband "deserved it."
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NYPD Acquires Electric Chevy Volts

July 14, 2011
The New York Police Department added 50 Chevrolet Volts to its fleet as part of a fleet greening initiative by the city. The Volt will be the first electric vehicle used by the NYPD, which also uses electric scooters and golf carts. The vehicles are part of an effort to reduce air pollution, carbon emissions, and gasoline consumption.

Northwestern Univ. Adds Motorola P25 System

July 14, 2011
Northwestern University has selected Motorola Solutions' 900 MHz ASTRO 25 Project 25 (P25) voice and integrated data communication system, which will replace a 14-year-old analog trunking system.

N.D. Officer's Memorial Draws Almost 2,000

July 14, 2011
Hundreds of well-wishers lined the streets of Bismarck and Mandan today to pay their respects and join the funeral procession for the first North Dakota law enforcement officer killed in the line of duty in 15 years.
<p><em><strong>Photo: T3 Motion.</strong></em></p>

Washington Agency Adds T3 for Downtown Patrol

July 14, 2011
The Bellevue (Wash.) Police Department has added a T3 Motion Law Enforcement vehicle to more effectively patrol the city's downtown core. The Bellevue Police Foundation donated the $13,166 to fund the purchase.
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