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Lenco Armored Vehicles is the most trusted armored SWAT vehicle manufacturer in the world. Nearly 400 law enforcement agencies across the United States rely on Lenco BEARs and BearCats every day. BEARs and BearCats have taken assault fire in the field; bullets have bounced off and lives have been saved. From LAPD and L.A. County Sheriff to NYPD and Boston PD, Lenco Armored Vehicles have become standard operating procedure. The Lenco BEAR and BearCat...the way SWAT does business.

Lenco BEAR & BearCat In Action

View our gallery featuring images of Lenco's BEAR and BearCat Armored Rescue Vehicles (ARVs) in use by several law enforcement agencies. Editor's note: This gallery is sponsored by Lenco.

Aerko International makes several varieties of subject control sprays. Punch II is available as a cone-shaped mist, coherent stream, or high-volume burst delivery. Water-based Punch III Formula forms micro bubble foam on impact to the face of the subject. Freeze + P employs the non-flammable solvent blend used in the company's Freeze system and incorporates both CS and OC. A variety of sizes are available and all formulas are completely non-flammable.

Less-Lethal Weapons 2014

From ECWs, to sprays, to impact munitions, these less-lethal devices provide options for gaining compliance from individuals and crowds.

Vault series case for the iPad Air.

Pelican ProGear Vault Series Case for iPad

The Pelican ProGear Vault series case for iPad Air offers a blend of protection and functionality. If you think of the Vault case as an attachment to your iPad rather than a cover to slip on and off, you won't be disappointed. It attaches securely and is not easily removed. Read the July 2014 Product Review for more info. Photos: Mark W. Clark

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Photo Gallery: Police Week 2014

Thousands of officer, survivors, and law enforcement supporters gathered last week in Washington, D.C., to honor fallen officers and remember their sacrifices.

5.11 Tactical's new ChromaFlex Badges have the look of metallic badges, but they can be fused to the company's apparel and bags with patented heat-transfer technology. 

Badges

From simple to colorful and high-tech, and even fused to apparel, a badge is the iconic representation of your membership in law enforcement. Proudly display your agency identification with these badges.

Photo Gallery: Memorial Service Held for Fallen Phoenix PD Det. Hobbs

First responders from all over the country came to pay their last respects to fallen Phoenix Police Officer Detective John Hobbs. This gallery is screen shots taken from streaming video of the memorial.

Beretta says its new Pico is the thinnest .380 auto made. The snag-free Pico's slide and frame are a true 18 millimeters at their widest point. The grip frame, sights, and caliber (go from a .380 to a .32ACP by changing the barrel) are all simple to modify. The chassis can accommodate a Lasermax Laser frame and be customized with a selection of colored frames.

SHOT Show 2014

We sent Police Magazine contributing editor Mark W. Clark to the SHOT Show in January and he came back with these shots of guns and gear from Media Day at the Range and from the show floor.

Up-and-coming AR maker Windham Weaponry announced a new .308 rifle in late fall. At 7.5 pounds, the Windham .308 SRC is one of the lightest 7.62mm AR variants on the market. Features include a 16.5-inch medium profile chrome-lined barrel, Picatinny rail, six-position telescoping buttstock, Hogue overmolded beavertail pistol grip, and 20-round Magpul Pmag. Retail price is $1,431, and the rifle is covered by Windham's lifetime transferable warranty.

Firearms 2014

Each year the latest firearms, law enforcement gear, and shooting sports products make their debut at the Shooting Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show. This year's show is scheduled for the middle of this month at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas. And from what the POLICE editorial staff is hearing from some of the top law enforcement product manufacturers, the guns making their debut (or U.S. debut) at SHOT 2014 will continue some of the trends that we have seen in the last five or so years.

Since the expansion of concealed carry laws nationwide, some of the biggest sellers in the firearms market have been compact or even pocket-sized pistols. The word from major pistol makers is that this trend will continue and probably gain steam.

The other major trend in the firearms market is the AR-variant rifle. These semi-automatic versions of military-style rifles called "modern sporting rifles" in the industry continue to be extremely popular as target and hunting rifles with gun enthusiasts and as patrol rifles for law enforcement. Both new and improved versions of ARs will be on display at this year's SHOT.

The Night Vision Depot Binocular Night Vision Device with Single Gain Control (BNVD-SG) has been redesigned to be lighter while increasing performance. This dual tube night vision goggle now operates with a single gain control knob, which the user can use to adjust the tube brightness (gain) lower to compensate for overly bright conditions or to increase the gain under extreme dark conditions. Available with Gen III Pinnacle Commercial and MIL-SPEC tubes. It now also comes with a 10-year warranty.

Thermal Imaging and Night Vision Devices

Add these thermal imaging and night vision tools to your arsenal to enhance your vision in any type of light.

Sandy Hook Elementary School has been demolished, but those who survived the shooting there or witnessed its aftermath will never forget.

Sandy Hook School Shooting Crime Scene Photos

On Dec. 30, 2013, the Connecticut State Police released select photos from the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Conn., along with documents relating to the investigation.

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