With a sub-caliber training device, an officer can shoot a whole day for the price of a box of bullets. Recoil is significantly reduced and shooters can concentrate on skills drills. The more time on trigger, the better the shooter becomes.Why every dept. needs one
Tire-deflation devices to aid in the termination of pursuits have been with us for most of the careers of cops working today, but their use is not without controversy. Fleeing drivers still push their vehicles on, sometimes running on the metal rims to try and escape the police.Several options available
The recent 9-0 Supreme Court decision in U.S. v. Jones undoubtedly creates a Fourth Amendment hurdle for investigations, but that issue notwithstanding, one device merits a look by any agency interested in using GPS tracking technology.How it fared
During the first day of SHOT Show 2012, I found something which might be of interest to PoliceOne readers — the new Chase Series boots due out on the market later this Spring.Like Sperry Topsiders with a punch
Australian Police are testing a speed gun capable of recording video evidence and generating tickets. The 20/20 TruCam goes beyond the traditional laser gun in that offenders are captured on video, Adelaide Now reported. Police can retrieve high-resolution images that reveal vehicle make and model, license plate information and facial characteristics of drivers.Less paperwork, accurate evidence
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