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14 Agencies Purchase Spillman Software In First Quarter

April 29, 2011
Fourteen public safety agencies purchased software from Spillman Technologies for the first time during the first quarter of 2011, bringing the total number of Spillman customers to more than 900 public safety agencies in 35 states nationwide. Also, 45 agencies expanded existing Spillman systems, the company announced.

Maryland Trooper Among Six Names Initially Engraved at National Police Memorial

April 29, 2011
A Maryland state trooper killed in June and five other officers were the first group of names engraved on the the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial during the annual Engraving Day ceremony.
<p><em><strong>Photo: Safariland.</strong></em></p>

Safariland Adds Protech Type IIIA Breacher Shield

April 29, 2011
The shield and viewport are rated to defeat five impacts from 9mm 124 gr. FMJ, .44 Magnum 240 gr. LSWC, Tokarev 7.62x25mm 85 gr. FMJ (steel jacket), 5.7x28mm 28 gr. SS195/HP, 5.7x28mm 40 gr. SS197/Blue Tip, Winchester Ranger 9mm 127 gr. +P+ SXT, and .357 SIG 125 gr. TMJ.
<p><em><strong>Photo: Elzetta.</strong></em></p>

Elzetta Introduces ZSM Shotgun Flashlight Mount

April 29, 2011
The ZSM is lightweight and accommodates any cylindrical flashlight from 0.70-1.05 inches in diameter. The mount can easily be paired with an Elzetta ZFL-M60 LED flashlight with the optional flood lens.

Colorado Agency Selects New World's Aegis Software

April 29, 2011
Colorado Springs, Colo. Police Department selects New World Systems’ public safety solutions. New software will streamline officer reporting and enable critical information sharing
<p><em><strong>Photo: Safariland.</strong></em></p>

Safariland Introduces Extended Range Less-Lethal Munitions

April 29, 2011
Safariland has released five 40-mm, specialty impact rounds that allow corrections and tactical officers to deliver less-lethal munitions to incapacitate an aggressive, non-compliant subject. The Defense Technology rounds can be fired from a variety of 40-mm launchers and provide optimal accuracy from 10–70 meters (about 30–230 feet).
<p><em><strong>Photo: Ruger.</strong></em></p>

Ruger Introduces SR-556E AR-Type Rifle

April 29, 2011
Ruger, at the NRA Show 2011, announced the SR-556E carbine, which the company is marketing as a value-priced alternative of the SR-556. Both rifles include the two-stage piston and multi-stage regulator that runs cooler and cleaner than traditional AR-style rifles.
<p><em><strong>Photo: ASU/Nike.</strong></em></p>

Chicago Sgt. Says Gang Will Adopt New ASU Sun Devils' Logo

April 29, 2011
The Pac-12 school ditched its Disney-inspired grinning devil in favor of a pitchfork that resembles the crude trident of the Satan's Disciples, Chicago Police Sgt. Kenneth Epich tells the Arizona Republic.
<p><em><strong>San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and Police Chief Greg Suhr. Photo: SFPD.</strong></em></p>

New S.F. Chief Rose Through Ranks

April 28, 2011
Chief Greg Suhr arrives at the top police post with 30 years of law enforcement experience. He replaces Chief George Gascon, who left the department earlier this year after about 18 months to take the job of district attorney.

Mexican National Arrested Transporting $2.1M of Heroin In Illinois

April 28, 2011
A Kane County (Ill.) Sheriff's deputy discovered $2.1 million in heroin stashed in a vehicle, after he pulled over a driver for failing to signal.
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