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Policing When It's Freezing

Policing When It's Freezing

Officers working in some of the coldest parts of the country need the right equipment and tactics to cope with the cold.

November 13, 2019

Looking Back: Bad Habits, Cuffing, and Use of Force

Looking Back: Bad Habits, Cuffing, and Use of Force

In past October issues of POLICE we've covered officer safety on various levels, including how lazy tactics can get you hurt, how to secure subjects properly, and how to protect yourself from lawsuits over use of force.

October 18, 2019

Looking Back: Tragedy, Invisible Killers, and the Death Penalty
Officer Safety Products 2019

Officer Safety Products 2019

Bullets aren’t the only things you need protection from. Here's a selection of products that will keep you safe from other threats.

April 8, 2019

Looking Back: Barack Obama, AEDs, and AIDS

Looking Back: Barack Obama, AEDs, and AIDS

In past January issues, POLICE covered law enforcement officers’ fears as a Democrat was entering the White House, tools for rendering aid to heart attack victims, and tips for communicable disease protection.

January 14, 2019

PacSci EMC's NightHawk: Safer Pursuit Stopper

PacSci EMC's NightHawk: Safer Pursuit Stopper

To deploy PacSci EMC's NightHawk, the officer sets the open case on the ground along the road and can then stand up to 100 feet away. When the target vehicle gets near, pressing a remote control button launches a string of spike strips across the roadway.

August 3, 2017

Body Armor Saves Lives

Body Armor Saves Lives

These officers' stories of survival illustrate why it's so important to always wear a ballistic vest on duty.

July 10, 2017

Officer Down Rapid Response

Officer Down Rapid Response

The Automated Injury Detection (AID) device uses a high-tech fabric with sensors to recognize when an officer has been shot or stabbed in the vest. Within a few seconds it sends a notification.

July 7, 2017

Brite-Strike's Traffic Safety Gloves

Brite-Strike's Traffic Safety Gloves

On the palm of each glove is a red stop sign pocket made of this material that holds two LED strips, and on the back of the hand are two green light strips that hold one LED strip each. The combination allows motorists to see the light up to at least one-quarter mile away, and the replaceable lithium batteries last for up to 35 hours.

March 13, 2012

Training Aids

Training Aids

The proper equipment can make your training safer and more effective.

January 1, 2006