The new Elite GEN V concealable body armor system delivers the ultimate combination of weight, thinness, flexibility and overall performance.
The U.S. Patented Minuteman is the only shield of its kind that features a viewport that provides the operator with a clear line of sight without compromising protection.
This boat features an all-new modified “V” hull design for exceptional performance, stability, and maneuverability – everything you need in an emergency.
When armed, the Defend IR monitors the interior of your cabin. If movement is sensed, the Defend IR utilizes the lights and sirens of the patrol vehicle, alerting everyone around a break-in has occurred.
GFX Law Enforcement Vehicles has prioritized officer vison with custom fit light head shrouds that mate with the interior of the vehicle and the window to eliminate backflash, dramatically improve serviceability and blend in with the vehicle’s interior.
The new Universal Adjustable Seat Base from Gamber-Johnson is a fully adjustable mounting solution for use in fleet and non-standard public safety and utility vehicles.
Streamlight’s ultra-compact, lightweight TLR-7 sub weapon light features an optimized clamp design to fit a variety of railed subcompact handguns.
OPS Public Safety and Wellness Systems Inc. partnered together to offer a mobile-ready station that allows companies to safely conduct COVID-19 screening and testing, distribute personal protective equipment, and provide COVID-19 vaccination.
The Acadis Readiness Suite is designed to make certain that our public safety and military professionals are trained, equipped and ready to respond.
The Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act (LEOSA) Reform Act (H.R. 1210) would allow active and retired law enforcement officials to carry firearms on state, local, and private property otherwise open to the public. It would also allow them to carry firearms in national parks. Further, the bill would allow them to carry in Gun Free School Zones.
Blaine, MN, police say officers first responded to a report of a shoplifting at a Kohl’s just before 1 p.m. Officers soon located the suspects in a stolen car. They drove off, then reportedly carjacked the driver of a pick-up truck at gunpoint and fled north on Highway 65.
The Washington Post database says the number was 12. The Mapping Police Violence database say the number was 27.
A witness said the deputy was pursuing a Dodge Charger into an intersection when the deputy was struck by another vehicle.
North Cornwall Township Police Chief John Leahy was temporarily placed on paid administrative leave, the township’s board of supervisors announced in a news release Monday.
“We’ve got a lot of applicants in the lead up to this and now post bill signing from good, sharp, well-educated people of character who are currently serving as police officers in Illinois.”