PoliceOne would like to congratulate Sergeant Andre Belotto with the Los Angeles (CA) PD who has won a Tactical Bag from TASER International.
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Manhunt for escaped N.Y. trooper killer Ralph Bucky Phillips continues
FREDONIA, N.Y.- The first day of school for kids in rural western New York meant recess in the classroom, no outdoor sports practice and armed state troopers continuing to search vehicles
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Adopting the Remington Eye Ball R1 as their surveillance tool of choice, the USC-SOG has declared unequivocally that Corrections Emergency Response Team (CERT) operators need no longer fear what's behind the next corner. "The Eye Ball is like 'fire and forget' for corrections tactical operations. What I like the most about this tactical device is that it allows our operators to take the unknown out of blind corners or dark rooms," said Senior Team Leader (STL) Joseph L. Garcia.
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