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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.

Inspired by traditional combat boots, 5.11 Tactical created the Skyweight Waterproof Side Zip...
To create its waterproof and insulated winter boot, Bates incorporated Gore-Tex into its GX-8...
Blackhawk's new Black Ops V2 Boot is an updated version of the popular Black Ops Boot. It offers...

Cold Weather Boots 2014

As the winter months and severe weather approach, you need footwear that will protect your feet while keeping them dry and warm. The following companies offer boots that are insulated, waterproof, and all around top-quality for functional and dry wear to get you through shifts in the coldest season of the year.

N-Vision Optics' TC Series thermal weapon sights attach in front of the day scope on a Picatinny...
You can detect heat signatures of people and objects, day or night, with the Argus TT Type...
The new Thor336-1.5X and Thor610-1X thermal weapons sights from American Technologies Network...
Trek Sling Pack—1,050-denier Nylon construction for durability. 11-Liter capacity (672 cubic...
24-7 Series Cool Camp Shirt—New Design! Updated polyester spandex fabric, moisture wicking and...
24-7 Series Eclipse Tactical Shorts —A casual 100% nylon, 9" short with 8 pockets for all your...

Tru-Spec Releases new 2015 Packs and Apparel

For 2015 Tru-Spec has introduced apparel and packs designed to be tough enough for duty yet comfortable and stylish enough to wear off the clock. For more information about the products pictured here visit www.truspec.com. 

SHOT Show 2015: Officers Can Win ESS Eyewear at SHOT Show
SHOT Show 2015: Officers Can Win ESS Eyewear at SHOT Show
SHOT Show 2015: Officers Can Win ESS Eyewear at SHOT Show

SHOT Show 2015: Officers Can Win ESS Eyewear at SHOT Show

This week at the Shooting Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show in Las Vegas ESS Eye Pro and Police Magazine are offering sworn officers an opportunity to win a new pair of ESS Eye Pro eyewear. To enter, officers attending the show just need to go by the Police Magazine booth (#11979) and take a selfie wearing their most beat up, worn out pair of eyewear and send the image to Police Magazine editor David Griffith. Send the image as an e-mail attachment to [email protected] using the subject line: ESS Contest. Remember to include your name and cell number in the e-mail, so we can contact you if you win. Your image will be posted in a special photo gallery on PoliceMag.com. Three winners will be selected on Thursday afternoon Jan. 22. Winners will be contacted at 3 p.m. (Pacific Time) and asked to go to the ESS booth (#20543) by 5 p.m. to pick out their new eyewear.

MIR (Mobile Incident Reporting) Systems is dedicated to making it easier for officers in the...
The newest product from Appriss is Mobile Patrol, an app that connects law enforcement agencies...
Cellebrite's UFED 4PC is a forensic tool that lets users mine information from mobile devices...
Aerko International makes several varieties of subject control sprays. Punch II is available as...
The ALSD429 is a single-use tactical stun munition that produces 175 dB at 7 feet, and emits 6...
Utilizing barrier separation between the liquid and compressed air, Combined Tactical Systems'...

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...
Designed by Wiley X, 5.11's Raid Eyewear utilizes three sets of interchangeable high-impact...
Combining lightweight, breathable, water-resistant Cordura panels, the Blackhawk Desert Ops...

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.