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The Javelin 600 tactical flashlight from American Technologies Network  Corp. (ATN) can be hand carried or attached to a weapon. It features  three LEDs and produces 600 lumens at maximum output. The Javelin has a  modular bezel and is built of aircraft-grade aluminum. Power is supplied  by four lithium CR123A batteries.

Weapon Lights and Laser Sights

Weapon-mounted lights free up the operator to control a handgun or rifle, provide better target acquisition in low-light situations, and offer another less-lethal option to disorient a subject. When added to a sidearm, lasers give officers greater ability to acquire targets and disorient subjects. View this gallery for six options to consider.

PAL makes an arrest of a suspect following a search by Officer Mitchell.

K-9 History: Riverside (Calif.) PD

Riverside (Calif.) Police Officer Loren Mitchell became the first officer in his agency to work with a police dog when he was partnered up with "PAL" in 1958. Chief Sergio Diaz and the City Council honored the now-retired Officer Mitchell for this historical achievement at a City Hall ceremony. The photo gallery includes an apprehension the pair made during a 1950s traffic stop.

International Cartridge sponsored the live-fire demonstration. Frangible rounds were fired into a metal box, and the powder was collected to be shown to attendees.

POLICE-TREXPO 2011 In Pictures

Attendees to the POLICE-TREXPO 2011 conference in Chantilly, Va., from Aug. 10-12 had the chance to hear Lt. Col. Dave Grossman give the keynote, "The Bulletproof Mind: Psychological and Physiological Preparation for Combat." They were also able to take advantage of a pair of defensive-tactics traing sessions, including Al Giusto's techniques for disarming suspects armed with edged weapons. Range Night included an instructional session from Chris Cerino of "Top Shot" fame.

Motorola built a patrol vehicle with next-gen communication technology, including a push-to-talk (PTT) button built into the steering wheel, multiple cameras providing views around the vehicle, and  an integrated console that controls the lights, sirens, PA system, gun  lock and the radio.

Motorola's Connected Patrol Car

Motorola Solutions unveiled its concept of a next-generation patrol vehicle at a July press event that brings many new communications capabilities to field officers. Motorola's Chevy Caprice includes an LTE broadband modem, steering wheel controls for radio communication, and voice-command technology. Video processing technology optimizes in-car video streaming into and out of the vehicle.

Armor Express presents the Revolution concealable carrier system.  With a lightweight microfiber shell, anti-microbial lining, and a  microfiber "wearstrip" for added durability, the Revolution offers  comfort and breathability to its users. The Revolution is available in  both male and fully structured female models. The concealable vest is  NIJ 0101.06 Certified in level II or IIIA.

Concealable Ballistic Vests

You spend every shift for several years wearing the same ballistic vest under your uniform. You know it's there keeping you safe, but it's even better when you aren't constantly aware of this protection because it fits just right. Thanks to thinner, more advanced ballistic packages as well as carriers featuring high-tech materials and designs, manufacturers are able to make concealable vests more comfortable and effective. Here's a look at some standout vests available right now.

Start from the Standing Basic Search position. Note the downward pressure on the suspect's hands to anchor them in place and slow down escapes.

Two Dynamic Takedowns

An officer must be able to handle a suspect who becomes resistive or combative during a pat-down search. Here are two moves you can use that will help you take him to the ground, so you keep yourself safe and in control of the situation. Read our full article, "Dynamic Takedown Techniques."

The Wiley X Durtac glove features  injection-molded thermoplastic knuckle and  individual finger protectors  for impact and abrasion resistance. The  design also includes a durable  synthetic leather palm, an ergonomically  shaped palm patch, ventilated  fingers, and Air Mesh on the back of the  hand. A silicone print on the  thumb and index fingers provide  increased grip.

Patrol Gloves: 2011

Today's patrol gloves can protect against microbes, bacteria, blood-borne pathogens, needles, and even knives. They can help you scale chain-link fences, keep your extremities warm, and give you a better grip when you need it. View these nine options that are now available.

Ruger celebrated the M1911 centennial by introducing the SR1911, a hard-nosed pistol for purists, collectors and warriors.

Ruger's SR1911 Pistol

Ruger celebrated the M1911 centennial by introducing the SR1911, a hard-nosed pistol for purists, collectors and warriors. View our photo gallery of the new pistol that includes several photos not seen in the June "Arsenal" review of Ruger's SR1911 pistol.

The patent-pending Level II security ThumbDrive holster from 5.11 Tactical is reinforced  and features a slick-surface polymer that can hold its shape above 300  degrees Fahrenheit. Designed with a thumb-activated release, the holster  avoids wearing off the finish of a firearm and features a Chop-Block  attachment for added securement. A paddle and belt slide for belts up to  2.25 inches are included, though a Drop-and-Off-Set kit and thigh rig  are available as additional accessories.

Duty Holsters: 2011

View five duty holsters from leading law enforcement manufacturers to secure your duty weapon or TASER electronic control device. These holsters appeared in the June issue of POLICE and are available now.

The Benchmade Nim Cub II fits most agency policies with its 3.5-inch  blade  and tang that are one piece.  For a solid grip, Benchmade uses  Noryl GTX, which is also tough and  capable of surviving most chemicals  you could come in contact with on  duty. The knife arrives with a range  of blade options, starting with tanto or drop point, and a  plain edge  or a partially serrated edge.

Fixed-Blade Knives

View our photo gallery of fixed-blade knives that appeared in the June issue of POLICE Magazine. We covered 10 of these knives in a feature article; this gallery presents all the photos and information about these knives, as well as a bonus knife that didn't appear in print. The full article is "Fixed-Blade Knives for Duty."

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