February 11, 2020 | View as webpage
Dear PoliceOne Member,

We reported yesterday that an Ohio police chief has banned the use of tactical vests because he thinks they give the wrong image of police to the public, but ergonomic researchers believe these vests are a safe and healthier alternative to the traditional duty belt.

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