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$5,000 Reward Offered as Police Seek Stolen Boston Uniforms

The stolen police uniforms include a lightweight jacket with Boston Police stamped on the back, a short sleeve shirt similar to what Boston’s bike officers wear, uniform pants, a leather jacket and a dress coat both with Boston Police patches on the sleeve.

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Super Bowl LVI: Gameday Communications

Investments in preplanning and equipment by FirstNet and Verizon ensured that officers working Super Bowl LVI had the voice and data connectivity they needed before, during, and after the event.

Super Bowl LVI: Major Collaboration

Feds played key role in Super Bowl LVI security as multiple agencies provided assets to aid local departments before and during "The Big Game."

Super Bowl LVI: How a Small California Agency Secured America's Largest Event

Small department rises to the challenge of its city hosting "The Big Game" and planning for the entire region.

Task-Oriented Crowd Control

The Tucson Police Department has adjusted its tactics to actively address situations before they become riots.

Technology Preview: Detecting Weapons with Radio Waves

First Responder Technologies is working on a system that uses WiFi to improve the security of public buildings.

Patriot One, Johnson Controls Partner on Security Platform Integrations

Patriot One Technologies Inc., has announced an integration partnership with Johnson Controls International. The integrated solution, and subsequent ongoing development efforts, will become part of overall security system deployment projects with Johnson Controls' key clients.

FBI Launches Domestic Terrorism Investigation of Gilroy Shooting

Federal authorities have launched a domestic terrorism investigation into the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting in California that left three dead, authorities said at a news conference on Tuesday.

Gilroy Shooting Reveals the Challenges Facing Event Security

The people in charge of security at the Gilroy (CA) Garlic Festival relied on the industry’s best practices, employing tall fences and metal detectors and coordinating among several law enforcement agencies.

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CA Officers Engaged Garlic Festival Shooter in Less Than a Minute

Gilroy Chief of Police Scot Smithee told reporters Monday afternoon the attack at the Gilroy Garlic Festival could "have gotten so much worse" if his officers hadn't responded quickly and decisively.

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