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British Company Develops Easy-to-Use Computer Forensics Tool

July 22, 2009
SPEKTOR Forensic Intelligence allows an operator with just a few
 minutes' training to find, preserve, and protect digital data in an
 evidentially sound manner that complies with ACPO recommendations and 
satisfies all legal requirements for any subsequent criminal or civil 
court proceedings.



Elbeco Receives Wisconsin’s 2009 State Use Program Partnership Award for Work with Disabled

July 22, 2009
Elbeco Inc. received the 2009 State Use Program Partnership Award for its work with Headwaters, Inc., a not-for-profit work/rehabilitation center that helps people with developmental and physical disabilities find gainful employment. Elbeco and Headwaters partnered on a contract to provide the State of Wisconsin with correctional officer uniforms. Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle presented the award in a ceremony at the state capitol July 9.
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XS Sight Systems' CSAT is a weapon-mounted glass breaking attachment for SWAT and patrol rifles.

XS Sight Systems Announces Weapon-Mounted Glass Breaking Tool

July 22, 2009
XS Sights Systems’ CSAT GAT (Glass Assault Tool) provides a rapid and effortless means of breaching automotive or cosmetic glass while keeping both hands on the primary weapon system. The XS Sights’ CSAT GAT will let operators remain ready to properly address the threat or engage combatants immediately before, during and immediately after glass breaching actions.

Safariland Produces First Multithreat Body Armor that Complies with New NIJ Standard

July 21, 2009
Safariland, a BAE Systems line of business, has announced that it is the first body armor manufacturer to receive approval for a multi-threat armor model under the National Institute of Justice’s (NIJ) new Voluntary Body Armor Compliance Testing Program under NIJ Standard-0101.06 (NIJ-06).

Jersey City Officer To Be Taken Off Life Support, Organs Harvested

July 21, 2009
The most seriously wounded of the five Jersey City police officers injured in last week's shootout will not survive and his organs will be donated, officials said yesterday as colleagues, family members, and friends said final goodbyes to 37-year-old Marc DiNardo.

Jersey City Officer Marc DiNardo Remains on Life Support, Police Say

July 21, 2009
Authorities on Monday said Officer Marc DiNardo's condition deteriorated and his demise was imminent. Lt. Edgar Martinez said the 37-year-old is still in critical condition at Jersey City Medical Center.

Heat Killed New Orleans Police Dog Left in Car, Report Says

July 21, 2009
A New Orleans police dog left unattended in a police vehicle in late May died from shock likely associated with heat stroke, after ripping up the car's seats in a desperate attempt to get out, according to a report obtained by the Metropolitan Crime Commission.

NYPD Sergeant Shot by Fellow Officer, Settles Suit with City for $3.25 Million

July 21, 2009
More than a decade after being shot by one of his men in a Brooklyn undercover operation, a former NYPD sergeant settled with the city Monday for $3.25 million.

Chicago Police Spend $2.2 Million to Protect Obama's Home Since November

July 21, 2009
The Chicago Police Department has spent at least $2.2 million to secure President Barack Obama's Kenwood residence since he was elected in November, according to documents released Monday by the city.

New Trend in Drug Smuggling: Juvenile 'Mules' Who are U.S. Citizens

July 21, 2009
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers arrested the teenagers, all U.S. citizens, on Thursday and Friday at the San Ysidro and Calexico ports of entry. Agents seized roughly 17 pounds of marijuana and just over a pound of brown heroin, worth an estimated $38,000, officials said.
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