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Body Cameras: Take A...

By McBride, JT

Consider the unintended consequences.
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Mental Well-Being as...

By Ontiveros, Deborah, Randy Means

This is Part Two of a Two-Part Article. Part One, published in the May 2015 issue of ...
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Communication Techno...

By George, Dave

Continued “blending” of the cellular and two-way radio industries in public safety co...
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Mobile Crime Scene U...

Crime scene investigation has made great leaps in the technology used in past years, ...
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By Miller, Christa M.

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By Kathy Marks

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Criminal Investigati...

By Vernon Geberth

Criminal investigative analysis, heretofore known as criminal profiling, is a systema...
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Modern Evidence Mana...

By Kathy Marks

The art of managing physical evidence has greatly evolved. New apps and software are ...
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Proper Handling of E...

By J.L. Sumpter

There are very few things in law enforcement more scrutinized than the proper handlin...
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Cloud-Based Law Enfo...

By Morin, Christian

The cloud can be used as a hybrid model to expand systems or extend storage as per ev...
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Associate, Bachelor ...

By Beth Sanborn

As an administrator, if you are approached by an officer who wants to pursue higher e...
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By Stephenie Slahor

Advanced education is the key to promotions, advancements and a successful police car...
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By Harvey, William

Young officers need to know about pitfalls that will end their career. They need to b...
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Code 3 Introduces the SuperVisor®Flex

Code 3 Introduces the SuperVisor®Flex

Released by Code 3 Inc in April 2015

For Immediate Release
Code 3 Introduces the SuperVisor®Flex

St Louis, MO USA—April 16, 2015
Code 3, Inc
Diane Schoenefeld, Code 3, Inc., (314) 996-2851, 10986 N. Warson Rd, St. Louis, MO 63114

Code 3 Introduces the SuperVisor®Flex 

Code 3®, Inc. introduces the SuperVisor® Flex, an updated version of Code 3’s front windshield interior light, the SuperVisor U. The Flex is available in Torus MultiColor (18-up) and single color (9-up) lightheads. The SuperVisor Flex is sleekly designed to fit the windshield curves and angles of most vehicles. The adjustable side-shield plates have been designed specifically to block out flashback light from the sides while the lightheads are situated to project light straight ahead.

Smartly designed bracketing and rubber gaskets allow this two part (one on driver’s side and one on passenger’s side) interior light can be mounted on almost any vehicle. Available in two models: sedan and light truck/SUV, the Flex features ease of installation with a quick-disconnect center connector cord.

Designed with the latest Torus™ LED technology, the SuperVisor Flex features bright, efficient LEDs and independent flashing lightheads that go from stealth to a wealth of light in an instant.

The SuperVisor Flex comes in both full windshield and passenger side only models. Standard MultiColor models allow all the lightheads to turn to full takedown mode. A full complement of bracketry is provided to ensure that the Flex will fit your vehicle.

For more information, visit code3esg.com or call Code 3 Customer Service at (314) 426-2700.

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Established in 1974, Code 3 Inc. designs and manufactures a complete line of emergency lighting and warning products for police, fire, emergency response, utility and industrial applications in Saint Louis, MO. Code 3 Inc. is a division of ESG.



Phone: (314) 996-2851
Web: http://code3esg.com
   
New Ford Police Interceptor Debuts at 2015 Chicago Auto Show

New Ford Police Interceptor Debuts at 2015 Chicago Auto Show

Released by Ford Motor Company in February 2015

CHICAGO, Feb. 11, 2015 – Ford will unveil the 2016 Ford Police Interceptor Utility vehicle at the Chicago Auto Show this Thursday, kicking off a new chapter for the utility that has changed the face of law enforcement.

Since its introduction in 2012, Police Interceptor Utility quickly became America’s best-selling police vehicle, helping Ford capture 55 percent of the U.S. law enforcement vehicle market.

The 2016 Ford Police Interceptor Utility was developed with input from the Ford Police Advisory Board to handle the extreme rigors of police duty. In the business of fighting crime, performance and durability are king. Ford Police Interceptor Utility is the only Pursuit Rated midsize utility vehicle; Ford’s utility and sedan versions are the only Pursuit Rated vehicles with standard all-wheel drive. 

“Our Police Interceptor Utility is the best-selling police vehicle in America because we have a unique relationship with our customers,” said Jonathan Honeycutt, Ford North American marketing manager for Police Vehicles. “By listening to the Ford Police Advisory Board, we have engineered a vehicle that officers love.”

Press Release: https://media.ford.com/content/fordmedia/fna/us/en/news/2015/02/11/new-ford-police-interceptor-debuts-at-chicago-auto-show.html?sthash.Pft4M4Nx.mjjo


Web: https://media.ford.com/content/fordmedia/fna/us/en/news/2015/02/11/new-ford-police-interceptor-debut
   
DeSatnis - C.H.A.M.P. holster

DeSatnis - C.H.A.M.P. holster

Released by Desantis Holster & Leather Goods in January 2015

The C.H.A.M.P.™, #128, is a new holster concept from DeSantis Gunhide®. Moving just one screw will change this model from right or left hand. The C.H.A.M.P. ™ is very compact, and it has adjustable cant. The adjustable tension device and trigger guard detent keep your pistol securely seated. (Optional paddle #Y89 is available separately)

Retail price is $39.99

CLICK HERE FOR PRODUCT INFO;
http://www.desantisholster.com/C-H-A-M-P

This holster has fittings to accommodate the following:

-       GLOCK 17, 19, 22, 23, 26, 27, 31, 32, 42                                    

-       S&W M&P SHIELD 9/40, J FRAME 2"-2 1/4"

DeSantis Gunhide® is a leading holster manufacturer for city, state and federal law enforcement agencies, the U.S. armed forces, as well as hunting/sport shooting organizations around the world. DeSantis delivers a full range of holster products and accessories designed to meet or exceed the needs of its customers.

For more information, please visit www.desantisholster.com or Facebook www.facebook.com/DeSantisHolster. You may also email us at sales@desantisholster.com or speak with one of our Customer Service Representatives directly at 800-GUNHIDE.

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Email: sales@desantisholster.com
Web: http://www.desantisholster.com/C-H-A-M-P
     
Warson Brands: Reebok Dauntless Ultra-Light Series

Warson Brands: Reebok Dauntless Ultra-Light Series

Released by Warson Brands in January 2015

St. Louis, MO (January 13, 2015) –Warson Brands, manufacturers of quality military and tactical footwear and exclusive licensee for Reebok military and tactical boots, recently announced a new line of Reebok branded tactical footwear, the Dauntless Ultra-Light Series. The new boots fuse Reebok’s athletic technology and Warson’s tactical/military experience.  The seamless technology gives upper support, flexibility, and a glove-like fit.  And the boot’s injected EVA midsole adds stability and comfort while removing weight.

Warson will be featuring the new Reebok Dauntless Ultra-Light Series atSHOT Show® 2015, Booth #10179. Editorial visits are welcome. To set up a meeting, please contact Bill Maurer,bill@macrovis.com, 215-348-5016.

Additional details are attached. You may also download the release and hi-res photos from:

http://www.macrovis.net/nr/war-006.html 

For more information on Reebok’s line of tactical footwear, visit www.reebokwork.com

For more on Warson Brands, visit www.warsonbrands.com



Email: bill@macrovis.com
Phone: 215-348-5016
Web: http://www.reebokwork.com
   
Lenco Armored Vehicles Introduces the BearCat® Tactical SUV

Lenco Armored Vehicles Introduces the BearCat® Tactical SUV

Released by Lenco Armored Vehicles in October 2014

Lenco Armored Vehicles introduces the BearCat® Tactical SUV

Combines proven armor protection and performance in a lower profile variant

Pittsfield, MA – Lenco Industries, Inc., the global leader in the design and manufacture of armored police vehicles, announces the Tactical SUV, another variant of the popular BearCat® APC employed by military and law enforcement agencies worldwide. Without sacrifice to tactical functionality, Lenco has designed the BearCat® SUV to meet the need within Law Enforcement for a more inconspicuous armored vehicle in VIP and diplomatic protection.

The low profile model offers a higher level of protection and durability than a traditional up-armored SUV. Like all Lenco vehicles, the BearCat® Tactical SUV features military grade armor that offers true multi-hit protection and under body protection against hand grenades.

These life-saving capabilities are complemented by the many performance features that have made the BearCat® the most popular armored personnel carrier for law enforcement in the United States. These include an open floor plan that allows for quick and easy entry and egress, optimized seating, and customizable shelving and gun racks. In addition, the operators can engage when necessary with side and rear gun ports and a flush mounted roof hatch.

The SUV is built on a commercial truck platform allowing for most upkeep and maintenance to be performed at OEM dealers and truck centers, which greatly reduces operating costs versus other specialized armored vehicles. The related savings and durability can pay for the vehicle over its lifecycle when compared with less durable up-armored SUVs.

For more than 30 years, Lenco has developed life-saving vehicles for law enforcement, government and military. The BearCat® Tactical SUV is ideal for a wide range of tactical missions, such as transporting VIPs and safely moving SWAT teams without attracting unsolicited attention or creating panic. This vehicle allows tactical teams to have the armored protection and interior layout of a BearCat with a more covert appearance. 

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About Lenco Industries, Inc.

Lenco Industries designs, develops and manufactures armored security vehicles for law enforcement, military, government and private security forces working to safeguard our nation’s homeland security as well as downrange in Iraq and Afghanistan. Lenco’s client base includes the nation’s most prestigious law enforcement agencies, including the Los Angeles Police Department, LA Sheriff Department, Boston Police Department and the New York Police Department. Lenco has also designed and built Special Forces armored vehicles for the US Department of Defense. Lenco is a supplier to the US State Department, Department of Energy, ATF, US Marshals and other high profile government agencies. Lenco’s product line includes the BEAR armored SWAT truck, and several variants of the BearCat, including the G4 M-ATV, MedEvac and VIP armored vehicles. For more information, visit www.LencoArmor.com


Contact: Communications Department
Lenco Armored Vehicles
413-443-7359
Communications@LencoArmor.com



Email: Communications@LencoArmor.com
Phone: 413-443-7359
Web: http://www.lencoarmor.com
   
 
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