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Calif. Sheriff Opts for Chevy Tahoe As New Patrol Vehicle

July 13, 2012
The Placer County (Calif.) Sheriff's Office chose the Chevrolet Tahoe for its superior handling, large cargo area, more power, and better fuel economy.

TraffiCalm Systems Introduces Driver Feedback Sign

July 13, 2012
TraffiCalm's 9-inch matrix display Radar Driver FeedBack (DFB) sign is a lightweight traffic speed sign with highly visible LEDs. Set to be the most affordably priced electronic traffic calming solution on the market, the 9-inch DFB is suitable for a variety of speed reduction applications.
<p>Photo: In-Range Supplies</p>

In-Range Supplies Introduces Portable Tactical Bullet Trap

July 13, 2012
In-Range Supplies has introduced the Portable Tactical Bullet Trap for firearms training, according to the company.

D.C. Cop Accused of Threatening Michelle Obama

July 13, 2012
A 17-year veteran of the Metropolitan (D.C.) Police Department assigned to a unit that provides a motor escort for the White House and other dignitaries has been accused of threatening Michelle Obama.

Parole Denied To Kansas Trooper's Killer

July 13, 2012
The Kansas Prisoner Review Board denied parole to George Rainey, who shot and killed a Kansas Highway Patrol trooper in 1981.

NFL Star: I'm '200% Innocent' In Confrontation with Cop

July 13, 2012
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson told reporters at court that he is "200% innocent" of a misdemeanor resisting arrest charge stemming from a confrontation with Houston Police officers.

4 LAPD Officers Injured at ArtWalk Clash

July 13, 2012
Four Los Angeles Police officers were injured during a clash with protesters at downtown's monthly ArtWalk event that was sparked by a sidewalk chalk drawing demonstration.
<p>Photo: San Bernardino P.D.</p>

Calif. Cops Brace for Bankruptcy Cutbacks

July 12, 2012
Officers serving with the San Bernardino (Calif.) Police Department are bracing for severe cutbacks following the City Council's decision to file for bankruptcy.
<p>Photo: Streamlight</p>

Streamlight Introduces Solar Vehicle Panel

July 12, 2012
Streamlight has introduced the SolarStream, a supplemental solar charging panel for police vehicles. The SolarStream helps to offset battery drain from computer systems and other rechargeable electronics.
<p>Photo: DEA</p>

Traffic Stop Uncovers Ariz. Border Tunnel

July 12, 2012
Federal and local authorities uncovered a sophisticated underground tunnel at the California-Arizona-Mexico border with lighting, ventilation, and reinforced beams possibly linked to the Sinaloa drug cartel.
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