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The P1 staff hits the showroom floor at the 122nd Annual IACP Conference at the McCormick Palace West in Chicago to bring you the latest in police products and innovations, sponsored by VIEVU. Going to the show? Come see us at booth #4843, meet the staff, and collect some awesome PoliceOne swag!

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