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Gamber-Johnson Introduces Chevrolet Caprice Console

October 19, 2011
Gamber-Johnson has introduced a low-profile console, passenger-side vehicle base and trunk shelf designed for the 2011-12 Chevrolet Caprice PPV. The console box is low profile, requires no drilling, and is vehicle specific.
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Colt Defense Introduces Super-Stoc for AR-Type Rifles

October 19, 2011
Colt Defense LLC has introduced the Colt Super-Stoc buttstock, which will be standard issue on select Colt AR and M4 rifles sold to law enforcement. The new Colt Super-Stoc will be available later this month.
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IACP 2011: T3 Motion Unveils Non-Lethal Crowd Control Vehicle

October 19, 2011
T3 Motion, Inc.'s all-electric Non-Lethal Response Vehicle (NLRV) provides law enforcement a "humane and safe" response to riots and violent protests, according to the company.

Video: Ohio Cops Cope with Wild Animal Escape

October 19, 2011
Deputies and officers near Zanesville, Ohio, have mostly contained an outbreak of wild animals including 300-pound Bengal tigers, grizzly bears, and wolves released by a suicidal man. All but one of the animals have been recovered. Deputies used night-vision equipment to track and kill them.

NYPD Cop Charged with Civil Rights Violation

October 18, 2011
A New York City police officer has been charged in a federal civil rights complaint that he allegedly used a racial slur when refering to an African-American suspect he had arrested.

Cartels Exploit Children, Say Gang Experts

October 18, 2011
Mexican drug cartels are using children as young as 11 in their smuggling operations in Texas, Reuters is reporting. Six of the cartels, including the violent Zetas, are paying children $50 to move a vehicle from one area to another area, as well as using them as lookouts or for other tasks.

Indiana State Police Use Social Media to Recruit Troopers

October 18, 2011
The state police has been using Facebook and Twitter to give a behind-the-scenes look at the rigorous training that state police candidates must go through before they're sworn in.

N.Y. Trooper Shot In the Face with BB Gun

October 18, 2011
A New York State Police officer was shot in the face with a BB gun and two Cortland Police officers were hit by glass shards during a stand-off on Sunday with an 18-year-old man.

Kansas Deputies Pull Man From Sinking Car

October 18, 2011
Two Franklin County (Kan.) Sheriff's deputies rescued a man from a car that was stuck and sinking in a pond. Deputy Bentley used a baton to smash the driver's side window and, with the help of Deputy Jones, pull the man to safety.
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Police Agencies Cite Concerns About Giving Officer DNA Samples

October 18, 2011
Police agencies in various parts of the country say they have grave concerns about requiring their officers to provide DNA samples for a national database as a way of ruling out cops who may be suspected in crimes.
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