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<p><em><strong>One of the Chicago PD's three new vessels is shown on a monitor at a press conference unveiling the patrol boats. Photo: Chicago PD.</strong></em></p>

Chicago Police Add Three Vessels To Patrol City Waterways

August 4, 2011
The Chicago PD acquired a 27-foot Defender model boat, as well as two 44-foot Archangel vessels built to the specifications of the department. The vessels were purchased with a $3.25-million port security grant.

Video: Ohio Breast-Milk Sprayer Gets Probation

August 4, 2011
Stephanie Robinette, who was fired from her teaching job, can be seen in patrol car video footage cursing and officers, after locking herself in a vehicle.

ATF Agent Participated In Crimes with Tulsa Cops

August 4, 2011
Brandon McFadden, who pleaded guilty to drug distribution and is awaiting sentencing, said he knew Officer Jeff Henderson made up information to obtain search warrants and used a criminal informant to sell drugs.

Chicago Cop Saves Choking Baby

August 4, 2011
Officer Christopher Elliot was sitting in his cruiser doing paperwork, when the frantic father banged on his window. The officer began CPR by doing chest compressions that cleared food inthe child's airway.
<p><em><strong>Photo: Hilton Yam.</strong></em></p>

10-8 Performance Introduces Rear Sight for S&W 1911s

August 4, 2011
Hilton Yam's 10-8 Performance has introduced a replacement rear sight for Smith & Wesson 1911 fixed-sight model pistols. The sight body is contoured and dehorned for comfortable handling and carry. All rear sights feature a plain black blade finished in matte black oxide.

Gun Dealers Sue ATF to Halt Reporting of Multiple Rifle Sales

August 4, 2011
The National Shooting Sports Foundation has filed a lawsuit challenging the legal authority of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) under the Gun Control Act to compel 8,500 federally licensed firearms retailers in Arizona, California, New Mexico and Texas to report the sale of two or more rifles.

POLICE-TREXPO 2011 to Include Live Fire Classes

August 4, 2011
This year, POLICE-TREXPO East 2011 will boast one of the most ambitious schedules of training and programs presented in the long history of the conference and exposition. The following is a quick look at some of the highlights in each training track Aug. 10-12 in Chantilly, Va.

Virginia Tech Locked Down After Report of Man with Gun

August 4, 2011
The university advised people on campus to stay indoors and secure doors. Three juveniles attending a camp at the university reported seeing a man holding what appeared to be a gun at 9:09 a.m. local time.

NYC Renews Broadband Contract with Northrop Grumman

August 3, 2011
The Northrop Grumman Corp. has received a five-year, $207 million contract renewal with the New York City Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications for ongoing operations and maintenance of the New York City Wireless Network (NYCWiN) program.

Streamlight Announces Results of Battery Recycling Program

August 3, 2011
Streamlight Inc. and several of its U.S. distribution partners have recycled more than 9,300 pounds of rechargeable batteries so far this year, according to the company.
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