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Mark Rivera, Customer Retention Manager and CJIS Security Compliance Officer with Vigilant Solutions, served for sixteen years with the Maryland State Police, retiring at the rank of First Sergeant with thirteen of those years at the supervisory and command level. He holds a Master of Science Degree in Management from The Johns Hopkins University and Secret clearance through the FBI, Baltimore.

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Tactical Stock with Buttpad - Advanced Technology

October 1, 2007
The Shotforce six-position collapsible buttstock from Advanced Technology makes every shotgun a tactical weapon. It is designed to fit most body types and is easily adjustable when body armor is being used. This stock is endorsed by Department of Justice tactical instructors and used by law enforcement personnel and U.S. Armed Forces around the world.

High Security Handcuffs - Hiatt USA

September 1, 2007
Hiatt USA offers three new specialty hinged handcuffs to assist professionals who require the highest level of security, protection, and control.

Female Ballistic Vests - Armor Express

September 1, 2007
Armor Express offers structured armor for women. The female body armor, available in two carriers, is custom sized and shaped through a specialized darting system that creates built-in cups without actually cutting the armor.

Multiple-Use LCD Monitors - Datalux Corporation

September 1, 2007
Datalux Corporation introduces two new models of its 10.4-inch LCD monitor, the XG10 and SG10. Both feature compact, all-metal enclosures, making them applicable for a wide range of uses.

Handheld Projectile Launcher - PepperBall Technologies

September 1, 2007
The SA-4 PepperBall system launches four ImpactPlus projectiles with rapid-reload capability. When fired from the SA-4 launcher, projectiles strike with 20 foot-pounds of stopping power and release four grams of hot pepper powder to subdue suspects.

New MediaSolv VIS Products - TranTech

September 1, 2007
TranTech has developed three additions to its MediaSolv VIS products. MediaSolv VIS Lite is an inexpensive turnkey solution that gives a small police department recording capability for up to four interview rooms.

Expanded Sock Line - 5.11 Tactical

September 1, 2007
In addition to 5.11 Tactical’s original black and white 6-inch and 9-inch socks (in traditional Level I and the extra-cushioning Level II thicknesses), they are now offered in coyote.

Andes 3 Portable Printer - Extech Data Systems

August 1, 2007
Extech Data Systems’ Andes 3 is the first in a series of enhanced Generation 4 portable printers. Designed for harsh outdoor environments, the three-inch printer is able to withstand adverse weather conditions; it drops to concrete without diminished performance.

A2 Spring Actuated Iron Sight - GG&G

August 1, 2007
The New GG&G A2 Spring Actuated Back Up Iron Sight (BUIS) deploys with just the push of a button, even with your off hand. Its mechanism captivates the actuator spring and mechanical components, preventing adverse environmental contact. The locking mechanism functions for both the raised and lowered position, preventing accidental raising or lowering of the sight.

CAMS Bag - 5.11 Tactical

August 1, 2007
Co-designed by 5.11 Tactical Series and Viking Tactics, the huge CAMS 40-inch Outbound bag was developed for busy outbound operators. It’s roomy enough for large loads, yet tough enough to tolerate transport when fully packed. Surrounded by exterior pockets, the main compartment features a light grey interior for enhanced visibility, MOLLE-ALICE-compatible interior panels, and adjustable, loop-sided dividers.
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