Law and Order

Jul 2014 Issue
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Best Practices for I...

By Susan Geoghegan

The ability to effectively communicate and exchange data in real time is critical to ...
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LTE Vs. LMR: Pros, C...

By Brad Brewer

There are many options for voice and data communications that can piggyback on existi...
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Urban Shield Prepare...

By O'Brien, Bob, Mickey Davis, Jim Weiss

Urban Shield has grown into a full-scale regional preparedness exercise assessing the...
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Trends in Command Ve...

By Kathy Marks

Mobile command centers are used for a wide variety of police tasks. Mobile command ve...
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Police Response to T...

The EF5 tornado that struck Moore, Okla. in May 2013 was one of the worst in recent h...
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Chemical-Detergent S...

By Fuxa, Gary

Walking up on the report of a suspicious occupied vehicle may require more attention ...
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Standardized German ...

The trend toward blue uniforms continues. The new fabrics were tested for comfort wea...
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Defeat Desk Clutter

By Wagner, Marie, Albert Varga

Want to be a more effective chief, sheriff or supervisor? Here is one of the best sel...
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The Tactical Tourniq...

The rules have changed on tourniquet use. Always carry a tourniquet, one that is easi...
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More Assessment is N...

By McBride, JT

Are we going to lead or be led?
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The Best Boss – Wors...

By Steve Albrecht

Make a list of traits and behaviors of your best and worst bosses.
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A Patient Leader is ...

By Adkins, Art

Technology can assist; it is people who perform.
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Chaminade University

By Stephenie Slahor

A partner with the Naval Postgraduate School
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VIEVU Straight Shoot...

By Jennifer Gavigan

VIEVU Straight Shooter 25 Program
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Social Media: Risk a...

By Doreen Jokerst, Randy Means

The use of all forms of social media by law enforcement agencies and individual emplo...
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Segway 3-Wheeler SE-...

By Kathy Marks

Public Safety Ready
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Each month LAW and ORDER provides information on the newest law enforcement products.

Code 3 Introduces the Banshee Siren Amplifer

Code 3 Introduces the Banshee Siren Amplifer

Released by Code 3 Inc in June 2014

Code 3 Introduces the Banshee Siren Amplifer

Code 3, Inc., has introduced a new amplifier system that significantly changes how warning sounds are utilized in emergency response. The Banshee system offers a selection of tones, features, and options that have never been available in one siren amp system before: three low frequency tones, multiple dual tones, and a true-sounding electronic air horn. It also has additional built in tones created for specific emergency and warning situations, and can work with virtually any siren system already on the market.

For more information, visit www.code3pse.com.


Web: http://www.code3pse.com
   
Tifosi Tactical Collection

Tifosi Tactical Collection

Released by Tifosi in May 2014

Tifosi Optics, Inc., a leader in sport optics for cycling, running, and golf, has launched a brand new website, www.tifositactical.com, to showcase its new line of eyewear designed for Law Enforcement and Shooting Sports. The Tifosi Tactical Collection is available in a single lens option or an interchangeable option with 3 lenses. All meet or exceed ANSI Z87.1 safety standards for impact (both the frame and lenses), optical clarity and eye coverage. The frames are made from Grilamid TR-90NZZ, which has a very high degree of impact strength, and lenses are manufactured with a shatterproof polycarbonate material to meet Z87.1 safety standards.

For more information, please visit http://www.tifositactical.com.



Web: http://www.tifositactical.com
 
Segway SE-3 Patroller

Segway SE-3 Patroller

Released by Segway Inc in May 2014

Segway SE-3 Patroller

It's a natural extension of Segway's Patroller product line — an ideal match for missions that require a larger vehicle, which displays a more visible and obvious security presence (even in a parked position without a rider aboard), or that require a rider to frequently mount and dismount the vehicle during a patrol.

Powered by multiple rechargeable Lithium-Ion batteries that can be charged at any standard electrical outlet or swapped out for replacement batteries to allow for continuous use, the SE-3 Patroller also features independent direct rear wheel drive, travels in reverse and turns in a very tight radius.

The SE-3 boasts rugged Whelen® emergency lights, a headlight, brake light, siren and lockable storage, as well as a 4.3" color display that is sunlight-readable, which provides the rider easy-to-understand operational data including speed, battery life and distance travelled.

Segway quality — now also on three wheels.

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Web: http://www.segway.com/patrol/models-accessories/SE-3-patroller.html
   
Dynamic Systems Total Track™ System

Dynamic Systems Total Track™ System

Released by Dynamic Systems Inc in April 2014

Dynamic Systems, Inc. announced a system for tracking assets, inventory, evidence, documents, and equipment. This solution can be used by public safety agencies such as Sheriffs, Police, FBI, CIA, Security, SWAT, and Corrections. The All In One Total Track™ System is a barcode tracking solution that replaces sign -sheets. The modules included in the All Inclusive Total Track™ System are evidence, document, equipment, e-Citation, and ID Badge Printer Systems. Barcode data collection has been proven to be the most accurate and efficient method of tracking or counting items.

The program tracks equipment and reports when an inspection is due on items such as laptops, weapons, tasers and vests, and keeps track of the expiration dates of consumables such as OC Spray or batteries. The module will also locate calibration certificates quickly. The inventory module will keep track of class B items such as batons, masks, gloves, and handcuffs. The evidence system keeps track of chain-of-custody; the e-Citation automates the citation process utilizing barcode and mobile computers.

For more information, visit www.dynamic-systemsinc.com.



Web: http://www.dynamic-systemsinc.com
 
5.11 Tactical® ChromaFlex™ Badges

5.11 Tactical® ChromaFlex™ Badges

Released by 5.11 Tactical in April 2014

5.11 Tactical® introduced an exclusive line of ChromaFlex™ badges designed for law enforcement officers. A lightweight, comfortable and secure alternative to heavy metal or embroidered badges, ChromaFlex is a permanent, three-dimensional textile embellishment that allows officers to maintain the authoritative, metallic appearance of a traditional metal badge without sacrificing authenticity. After undergoing a number of quality-assurance tests, the permanent badge solution has been created to withstand the most demanding conditions officers encounter out in the field. For added convenience, the badge is both home laundry and dry clean friendly. All stock badge design templates include the option for a state seal insert and customized laser-etched text in one of several colors, providing savings when compared to traditional metal badge costs.

ChromaFlex is the newest addition to the established line of three-dimensional textile embellishments developed by FiberLok, the company responsible for creating an entirely new category of dimensional heat applied graphics. A ChromaFlex badge can now be added to apparel and accessories sold within 5.11 Tactical’s extensive line of law enforcement products.

For more information, visit www.511tactical.com.



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