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Identifying Counterfeit Products

Identifying Counterfeit Products

The global business of counterfeit goods has reached more than $700 billion a year. Craig Crosby, a retired officer, has launched The Counterfeit Report, a website with reference material on more than 200 commercially available brands.

July 25, 2013

Victory's Stealth Police Motorcycle

Victory's Stealth Police Motorcycle

Stealth motorcycles may be less common, but that could change. Victory Motorcycles has introduced a stealth version of their Commander I police motorcycle. The cycle's black-out paint scheme gives it a smoother, more polished look.

July 17, 2013

Michigan State Police To Test 2014 Patrol Vehicles

Michigan State Police To Test 2014 Patrol Vehicles

The Michigan State Police will test four new police motorcycles and Chrysler's new all-wheel drive Dodge Charger Pursuit this year among the 22 police vehicles evaluated for law enforcement purchasers.

July 3, 2013

NYPD's Collision Investigation Squad

NYPD's Collision Investigation Squad

In March, the NYPD revamped its Highway Division Accident Investigation Squad, beefing up staffing, adding higher-tech tools, and broadening its mission to respond to serious, as well as fatal, crashes. The unit also got a new name: the Collision Investigation Squad.

June 26, 2013

How to Listen to PoliceMag.com Podcasts

How to Listen to PoliceMag.com Podcasts

Whether you're stuck in traffic on the way home from a shift or mowing your lawn on a Saturday, POLICE podcasts offer another great way to connect with the community of cops.

June 13, 2013

U.S. Army Cancels Carbine Replacement Initiative

U.S. Army Cancels Carbine Replacement Initiative

The M4 has become the U.S. Army's standard-issue combat rifle, and it's also a popular choice for SWAT operators, patrol officers, and federal agents. And it looks like law enforcement will continue to choose it for some time to come.

May 31, 2013

Twitter Comes of Age for Law Enforcement

Twitter Comes of Age for Law Enforcement

One of the most lasting lessons that came out of the way law enforcement handled the Boston Marathon bombing came in the Twitterverse, where the Boston Police Department provided a clear beacon for using the social media platform.

May 21, 2013

Get Social With POLICE Magazine

Get Social With POLICE Magazine

Every day, we share POLICE content with you in a multitude of ways. And because our print magazine reaches you only once a month, we've set up plenty of other social channels for you to interact with the best law enforcement content on the web.

May 16, 2013

FBI's Evidence Response Teams

FBI's Evidence Response Teams

The FBI special agents who spearhead regional Evidence Response Team (ERT) units work closely with mostly non-sworn evidence collection professionals to process some of the nation's most challenging crime scenes, including the Boston Marathon bombing.

May 8, 2013

Houston PD's Traffic Enforcement Unit

Houston PD's Traffic Enforcement Unit

Ten stealth vehicles, including Chevrolet Camaros, have helped this specialized unit issue 100,000 tickets for moving violations a year. The unit also accounts for half the agency's drunk-driving arrests.

April 30, 2013

Maine Company Introduces Dual-Tracked SWAT Bot

Maine Company Introduces Dual-Tracked SWAT Bot

A southern Maine company that produces robotic vehicles for movies and the military has introduced the SWAT Bot, a dual-tracked armored robotic vehicle for high-risk tactical situations.

April 24, 2013

Albuquerque's Real Time Crime Center

Albuquerque's Real Time Crime Center

The sworn officers who assist civilian dispatchers and analysts in the Albuquerque Police Department's new Real-Time Crime Center typically rotate into the assignment after they've been placed on injured, restricted or light duty.

April 22, 2013

Connecticut's Dangerous Weapon Offender Registry

Connecticut's Dangerous Weapon Offender Registry

It does make logical sense to keep firearms out of the hands of people who have just been treated for psychiatric issues or adjudicated mentally ill. However, taking weapons out of the hands of people with low-level misdemeanor convictions is nothing short of excessive government overreach.

April 15, 2013

ALS To Open Tactical Training Center

ALS To Open Tactical Training Center

AMTEC Less-Lethal Systems (ALS) is on track to open a tactical training center this summer in Perry, Fla., to offer less-lethal training to law enforcement, corrections, and military personnel.

March 28, 2013

L.A. Sheriff's Super Puma Helicopters

L.A. Sheriff's Super Puma Helicopters

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has completed a nearly $60-million overhaul of its helicopter fleet that brought 18 new Eurocopter helicopters, including three Super Pumas.

March 26, 2013