During NAFA 2011, PoliceOne had the opportunity to test out many of the newest police patrol vehicles, and speak with each of the major manufacturers about their new squads.What Chevy, Dodge, and Ford had to say
Many police motorcycles in regular use don’t rack up 50 miles per day, which is well within the range for bikes in current production. Yet police bikes often have high electrical demands for lights, siren, radios, and radar/laser devices.The pros and cons
With a HUD, there’s no need to glance down to a control panel to get updated. These displays are slowly working their way into cars and even helmets and eyeglasses. Fighter pilots and gamers have been using them for years, and now law enforcement is looking into the technology. How it improves situational awareness
WileyX is one of the most popular law enforcement brands with a long list of NSN and NATO products, which includes protective eyewear and gloves like the hybrid models that combine lightweight, hard knuckle protection.How they performed in a very unscientific test
The UltraLite ALS uses one of a kind Blue-Merge Technology (BMT) and brings forth 6 major breakthroughs in forensic light technology. The UltraLite ALS detects bone fragments, body fluids, and bruise marks more efficiently than any other forensic detection light on the market. Solve more cases faster and with efficiency when you use the UltraLite ALS.
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