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2009 IACP/Cisco Community Policing Awards–
The 2009 winners of the IACP/Cisco Community Policing Awards, presented in Denver, CO at the 116th Annual IACP Conference.
Sabre Quick Tip at IACP 2009–
In this quick tip at IACP 2009, Sabre introduces their new recycle program for law enforcement agencies. Sabre will take your agencies expired or used OC sprays and recycle them for you.
Kustom Signals at IACP 2009–
In this PoliceOneTV Virtual Tradeshow segment, Dave Smith speaks with Dave Teeter from Kustom Signals at IACP 2009 about their exciting new product, the G3 Vision. The Digital Eyewitness G3 Vision allows simultaneous recording from up to 4 cameras. It also allows control of the in car video system from an enhanced Mirror Monitor. There is also a look back buffer and 24/7 recording mode.
Avon Protection at IACP 2009–
Avon Protection introduces the affordable, one-size fits all NH15 escape hood to the Law Enforcement community at IACP 2009.
Setina Mfg. at IACP 2008–
PoliceOneTV got to talk to Setina at IACP 2008. The designers and original patent holders of police vehicle partitions, is known for its high quality police vehicle equipment and manufacturing of innovative, customized parts. We are proud to be the leader in the industry for over 40 years. Setina offers an unmatched reputation for quality, a history of innovation, and a record of outstanding reliability. Setina set the standard in the industry - often copied, never equaled.
ITT Night Vision at IACP 2008–
ITT Night Vision provides image intensifier tubes and systems to many allied and friendly nations. Having won 100 percent of the U.S. Army's OMNIBUS VI contract for aviation systems and 60 percent (the maximum allowable portion) of its OMNI VI ground-systems contract, ITT clearly is the leading trusted supplier of night vision devices to the U.S. military, which sets the worldwide standard for night fighting.
WatchGuard Video at IACP 2008–
WatchGuard Video is a leading manufacturer of innovative law enforcement mobile technology solutions. WatchGuard's flagship product, the DV-1, records video evidence direct to DVD-Video in the vehicle, eliminating the need for back office equipment for personnel. This in-car digital video system is housed in a compact, overhead console mounted between the visors of most standard law enforcement vehicles. A two-piece modular version is also available.
ITT at IACP 2008–
ITT shows off its products at IACP 2008.
Blauer at IACP 2008–
Blauer is the leading supplier of uniforms and PPE for law enforcement professionals in the United States. Our StreetGear line is the original Class B uniform and still outperforms all others. We offer a full line of ANSI 107, NFPA 1999 and NFPA 1975 certified garments and use advanced technologies, such as GORE-TEX, CROSSTECH, WINDSTOPPER, 3XDRY and Kermel.
C.O.P.S. at IACP 2008–
Concerns of Police Survivors, Inc. provides resources to assist in the rebuilding of the lives of surviving families and affected co-workers of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty as determined by Federal criteria. Furthermore, C.O.P.S. provides training to law enforcement agencies on survivor victimization issues and educates the public of the need to support the law enforcement profession and its survivors.
Watch Guard at IACP 2008–
Watch Guard products at IACP 2008.
Blauer at IACP 2008–
Blauer at IACP 2008.
Decatur at IACP 2008–
Decatur at IACP 2008.
Otis Testimonials at IACP 2008–
Otis Technology, Inc. has grown into the premier producer of firearms cleaning products. Otis Breech-to-Muzzle™ Cleaning systems are widely regarded by experts as the most advanced gun cleaning systems in the world. Their products are in service today with the US Armed Forces, Law Enforcement professionals, and the worlds’ best hunters and marksmen. PoliceOneTV got to talk to some Otis users at IACP 2008. Check out this exclusive testimonial segment. Related Links:
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Stun-Cuff at IACP 2008–
Todays criminal is hardened, desperate and more dangerous than ever. They endanger everyone they come in contact with; law enforcement, judges and civilians. They are out of control! During trial prisoner shackling has been found unconstitutional for fear prisoners may appear guilty before a jury. On the other hand, you can't allow a murder suspect freedom in the courts, filled with innocent bystanders where they may attempt to break free. All too frequently we hear disturbing reports of prisoner escapes. Whether taking a prisoner for a doctor visit, transporting them for trial, interrogations or dealing with a prisoner that is under the influence. They must be controlled. Stun-Cuff, part of Myers Enterprises, Inc., is committed to prisoner compliancy and officer safety.
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