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The Armored Group (TAG) BATT-APX is a fully modular armored rescue vehicle that can be built on a variety of chassis, allowing ease of use and reduced maintenance costs. Designed and engineered in Detroit, the BATT-APX features proven and independently verified .50 caliber armor protection and offers capabilities including adjustable hydraulic ram, gas injection devices, thermal cameras, winches, and turret protection. This new modular platform can also be adjusted for EOD, Medevac, and Border Patrol teams to help save law enforcement officers' lives. www.armoredcars.com (Photo: The Armored Group)

Specialty Vehicles for LEOs Gallery

Law enforcement work requires that officers are mobile through any environment, whether its on the road or in the water. These vehicles highlight the latest options available for agencies looking for the best in mobility. 

The correct position for administering chest compressions to a K-9 is very different from that of a human patient. Photo: Robin Zuckerman

K-9 First Aid Basics Gallery

At a minimum, veterinarians recommend that K-9 handlers carry a first-aid kit, learn how to give injections, and know how to administer oxygen. A brief session with your veterinarian or even a vet tech should be sufficient to learn how to correctly give injections. Here are some photos to illustrate proper first-aid techniques.

For more information about first aid that handlers should know, read the POLICE Magazine article K-9 First-Aid Kit Basics.

After 17 years of public safety industry experience, Brite Computers continues to optimize the Brite-Fujitsu Solution by pairing it with the latest Q736 Fujitsu Tablet. Brite’s ergonomic design puts officers first by giving back the passenger seat, being airbag zone compliant, and not obstructing windshield or mirror views. The solution also allows for more technology in shrinking cockpits with 4 USB ports, Ethernet, VGA, HDMI, and Power for peripheral connectivity.
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Handheld Mobile Devices Gallery

Whether used for internet, phone calls, radio, or printing tickets, these tough handheld devices take police technology into the 21st century, making it easier for officers to issue citations, scan documents, and communicate. Designed to provide multiple solutions, each product is rugged enough to accomplish any number of tasks regardless of weather conditions.

Ripoffs, a division of U.S. Armor Corp., makes holders for a wide variety of cell phones, from current smart phones to older flip phones. Different colors and materials are available. All models are available in clip-on or belt-loop styles.

Gear Holders: A Place for Everything

These pouches and other accessories will help keep your phones and gear within reach, on or off duty.

The ProTech Shift 360 Scalable Armor System is a sleek and innovative plate rack design that offers the operator ultimate scalability based on mission-specific requirements. It can be worn in its most basic form as a plate rack system with the ability to build protection by adding optional accessories to transform into a fully loaded tactical carrier. Featuring the new Advanced Webless System (AWS) Honeywell Spectra Composite, this material combined with carrier design reduces overall weight by approximately 30% compared to standard modular webbing versions.

Tactical Armor 2015

Take a look at this armor and consider taking it with you on your next SWAT callout.

Police Valentines

Over the weekend Police asked officers and their loved ones to send photos of their law enforcement valentines. Photos can include spouses, significant others, children, and pets.

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.

Elbeco's UFX Ultra-Light Tactical Polo has the same features of the regular Tactical Polo, but is 30% lighter. It has great color retention, is easy to maintain, and lasts through repeated wear. Plus, it is extra-long to prevent riding up. Flex underarm mesh vents provide extra ventilation, and the fabric contains anti-microbial technology to reduce odor. The ribbed knit collar is designed with collar stays, and the fabric can accept direct embroidery. The three-button front placket with a microphone loop accommodates glasses or a microphone and the polo comes with dual pen pockets in the left sleeve.

Hot Weather Gear 2014

Manufacturers are mindful of how hot summer months can get for officers in uniform. Some have altered existing products specifically for hot weather, while others have created brand new gear. The results are ultra-lightweight, sweat-wicking products, along with items designed to hydrate, that include cooling effects without sacrificing protection or professionalism.

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