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Dear P1 Member,

In this month's eNews, Dan Danaher asks if SWAT cops will ever be replaced by Robocops, and Tim Dees introduces us to the Bat-Ray. Well, actually it's a vehicle-mounted device that can disable car electronics at 50 meters, but it's about as close to a real Bat-Ray as we've seen up to now.

Lastly, Loraine Burger offers some insight into the StressVest, which offers firearms training without projectiles.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
Tactical Encounters
Will SWAT technology eventually trump tactics?
By Dan Danaher, PoliceOne Columnist
BearCats, pole cameras, robots, and thermal imagers are just a few of the technological advances that help SWAT teams accomplish their missions. SWAT cops or Robocop?
Police Tech & Gear
Vehicle-mounted device disables car electronics at 50 meters
By Tim Dees, PoliceOne Columnist
Most of Batman's other crime-fighting inventions haven't come to fruition, but the day of the Bat-Ray may soon be upon us. Fantasy come to life
Perspectives on Policing
StressVest offers firearms training without projectiles
By Loraine Burger, PoliceOne Staff
This lightweight vest and belt set administers a pulsing shock to a person's stomach when 'shot' by a corresponding laser gun. "I've been hit!"

ATF Police Officer's Guide to Recovered Firearms
Brought to you by the International Association of Chiefs of Police
This free app is designed specifically for members of law enforcement to aid with processing recovered firearms while in the field.

DragonForce - Team Collaboration Tools for Smartphones, Tablets, iPads and Browsers

Getac V110 Fully Rugged Convertible Notebook - Thinnest & Lightest Ever Made
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