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  • One Cold Night

    American Police Beat Magazine
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    22 Oct 2014 | 12:06 pm
    By Matt Lyons On a cold night in December 2007, just three days from Christmas, Officer Erik Ellgard was working the night shift in Oceanside, California. He was attached to the uniformed Gang Suppression Unit (GSU), specifically targeting gang crime, violence, and their criminal enterprise. Policing efforts included being active on the streets, making arrests, seizing drugs, property, and guns, and collecting evidence useful in obtaining convictions. Erik, a seven-year police veteran at this time in his career, was also a member of the department’s elite SWAT unit. After a hitch in the…
  • In Memoriam: Officer Eddie Johnson Jr.

    Law Enforcement Today
    Patrick Sharkey
    22 Oct 2014 | 3:16 am
    Jason “Jake” Simmons of the Alton (Missouri) Police Department sadly reports the death of Patrol Officer Eddie Johnson Jr. Officer Johnson, 45, was responding to a structure fire in an unincorporated area locally known as Royal Oak, 6 miles west of Alton. While driving his 2007 Chevrolet Trailblazer patrol vehicle, Officer Johnson lost control of the patrol unit and left the roadway. The vehicle struck a driveway drainage culvert and rolled over several times. The Missouri Highway Patrol reported that the single vehicle crash occurred on US 160, five miles west of Alton.   Officer…
  • Kentucky Chief Deputy Dead in Apparent Suicide

    POLICE Magazine
    21 Oct 2014 | 4:13 pm
    The second-in-command at the Jefferson County (Ky.) Sheriff's Office was found dead Monday afternoon in a state park lodge from a gunshot wound, reports the Courier-Journal.Col. Mike Hettich, well-known for his work as chief deputy with the sheriff's office and as Kentucky's national representative with the Fraternal Order of Police, was 56."The whole agency is in a state of shock," Col. Carl Yates said. "This was very unexpected, very sudden, very sad."Hettich, a 33-year veteran of the department, attended an off-site morning training session for command executives and returned to his room…
  • Bank robber who bummed cigarette mid-escape gets 10 years

    PoliceOne Daily News
    22 Oct 2014 | 7:22 pm
    Associated Press PITTSBURGH — A bank robber who stopped during his escape to bum a cigarette off a construction worker has been sentenced to 10 years in prison by a federal judge in Pittsburgh. The worker told police that a man matching 38-year-old Paul Carman's description appeared nervous moments after the October 2013 robbery in Ambridge, when Carman threw his shirt in a trash container. But Carman still stopped to borrow a cigarette. That encounter helped police identify Carman as the man who handed a Huntingdon Bank teller a note saying, "This is a robbery. No dye packs.
  • Islam Convert Strikes Two Canadian Soldiers in Quebec

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    BCarey
    22 Oct 2014 | 12:06 pm
    Driver was one of many suspected of having jihadist ambitions. A car is overturned in the ditch in a cordoned off area in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec on Monday Oct. 20, 2014. One of two soldiers hit by a car died of his injuries early Tuesday, according to Quebec provincial police. Provincial police say the man sped off in his car after hitting the two soldiers in the parking lot of a shopping mall, starting a chase that ended with the man losing control and his car rolling over several times. The driver died from police gunfire. The second soldier's injuries are described as less…
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  • One Cold Night

    apbstaff
    22 Oct 2014 | 12:06 pm
    By Matt Lyons On a cold night in December 2007, just three days from Christmas, Officer Erik Ellgard was working the night shift in Oceanside, California. He was attached to the uniformed Gang Suppression Unit (GSU), specifically targeting gang crime, violence, and their criminal enterprise. Policing efforts included being active on the streets, making arrests, seizing drugs, property, and guns, and collecting evidence useful in obtaining convictions. Erik, a seven-year police veteran at this time in his career, was also a member of the department’s elite SWAT unit. After a hitch in the…
  • Geraldo- So Hot Right Now

    apbstaff
    22 Oct 2014 | 11:12 am
    @GeraldoRivera:… thanks to Officer Kublo and others from the 20th Pct who responded professionally and promptly to Erica’s accident. Elderly idiot and selfie-addict Geraldo Rivera recently snapped yet another “selfie” while sharing that his wife Erica and daughter Sol had just been in a car accident. Thankfully this time the septuagenarian was fully clothed. Surely this is proof positive that so-called “social media” is a gift from the Gods. “Erica and Sol are fine but her Range Rover’s a mess after guy from out of state stopped short on the West Side Highway,” Rivera…
  • Now that’s drunk

    apbstaff
    22 Oct 2014 | 7:05 am
    According to the Associated Press, a Michigan woman may have had a little too much to drink recently. The evidence? She had trouble getting her drink order because she was at a place with bars, not an actual bar. That’s right- the Van Buren County sheriff’s department says a 39-year-old woman was too loaded to tell the difference between the Van Buren County jail for the bar where she was trying to pick up her boyfriend. The incident took place in a town called Paw Paw. The department says Deputy Robert Miersma spotted the woman backing into the jail parking lot in Paw Paw about 2…
  • Cop sitcom up in ratings

    apbstaff
    21 Oct 2014 | 11:00 am
    One of the reasons so many police officers go on to become writers and even standup comics is that they get so much excellent material from a career in law enforcement. You’d never know it from the nightly news but there’s actually a lot of stuff that cops see on the job that’s  downright funny. That’s what made Barney Miller, considered to be the greatest cop show ever by many pre-internet types, such a funny sit-com. It was about the lighter side of the cops and the people they deal in their work. Brooklyn Nine-Nine takes the same approach. Some have been critical of the series…
  • Record “YES” vote on contract

    apbstaff
    21 Oct 2014 | 10:33 am
    Patrol officers in Chicago, the nation’s second largest police force, have voted to ratify a five-year contract. It’s a major win. The contract includes an 11 percent pay raise and $65-million in back pay. In addition the contract was approved by 66 percent of the members – the highest percentage of ‘yes’ votes they’ve ever had for a contract. “The Lodge would like to thank each and every member that just helped ratify the collective bargaining agreement,” said Dean Angelo, Sr., who serves as president of FOP Lodge 7. “To do so with so much misinformation…
 
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    Law Enforcement Today

  • In Memoriam: Officer Eddie Johnson Jr.

    Patrick Sharkey
    22 Oct 2014 | 3:16 am
    Jason “Jake” Simmons of the Alton (Missouri) Police Department sadly reports the death of Patrol Officer Eddie Johnson Jr. Officer Johnson, 45, was responding to a structure fire in an unincorporated area locally known as Royal Oak, 6 miles west of Alton. While driving his 2007 Chevrolet Trailblazer patrol vehicle, Officer Johnson lost control of the patrol unit and left the roadway. The vehicle struck a driveway drainage culvert and rolled over several times. The Missouri Highway Patrol reported that the single vehicle crash occurred on US 160, five miles west of Alton.   Officer…
  • Firefly Dx – Detecting Ebola in 20 Minutes

    Bruce Bremer, MBA
    21 Oct 2014 | 5:12 am
    Law enforcement agencies nationwide are hastening to develop and implement Ebola protocols for first responders. The uncertainty surrounding Ebola is adding to the stress LEOs feel for a host of other reasons. Fox News Business recently aired an interview with PositiveID’s President Lyle Probst and Senior Advisor Tom DiNanno to introduce the successful prototype of the Firefly Dx point-of-need pathogen detection system. Firefly is a hand-held device that can be programmed to detect a broad band of pathogens, including Ebola. While existing laboratory procedures take four hours to…
  • Suggestion Box

    jimmcneff
    20 Oct 2014 | 8:18 am
      Does your agency have a Suggestion Box in the lobby, or perhaps online? Do they solicit input from the public? Of course the goal is to discover methods to improve performance. But I have a few suggestions that would improve police moral based upon the absurdity of a select few we serve. In a perfect world, justice would be distributed and all good citizens would consistently agree on the appropriate consequences for people behaving badly. Since we do not live in a perfect world, we have no such penalty. But it doesn’t mean we can’t dream. In my vision, I have developed…
  • Breathe

    batmanso5
    19 Oct 2014 | 3:38 am
    Breathe Is this the right guy  What is he reaching for Is that a gun Where’s everyone else Did I transmit Did I give my location Where am I Street sign STOP POLICE Breathe Did I lock the front door when I left Dinner tomorrow night STOP POLICE Breathe He’s slowing down Why is he slowing STOP POLICE Breathe Did I charge my light last night Where is everyone He’s turning STOP POLICE Breathe Find cover I’m gonna tackle him STOP POLICE Breathe Mic fell off, dangling at my side STOP POLICE, STOP POLICE Breathe Point the largest part of your vest Hold on 10-78, ONE AT…
  • LEO: Help Your Family Prepare

    Stephanie Sprague
    18 Oct 2014 | 3:35 am
    Be prepared: a mantra in every LEOs life. Officers prepare for their daily shifts. Ready their vest, strap on their gun belt, and secure their duty weapons. Kids perform their daily rituals before their parent hits the streets. Much of law enforcement is wrapped up in the procedure and ritual of actions. Officers become superstitious in the order in which they get ready, as if it’s a safeguard against the worst. With line of duty deaths steadily on the rise, and felonies deaths at a staggering number, many LEO families are left wondering what else they can do to help keep their families…
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    POLICE Magazine

  • Kentucky Chief Deputy Dead in Apparent Suicide

    21 Oct 2014 | 4:13 pm
    The second-in-command at the Jefferson County (Ky.) Sheriff's Office was found dead Monday afternoon in a state park lodge from a gunshot wound, reports the Courier-Journal.Col. Mike Hettich, well-known for his work as chief deputy with the sheriff's office and as Kentucky's national representative with the Fraternal Order of Police, was 56."The whole agency is in a state of shock," Col. Carl Yates said. "This was very unexpected, very sudden, very sad."Hettich, a 33-year veteran of the department, attended an off-site morning training session for command executives and returned to his room…
  • DOJ Reveals Plans to Review Baltimore PD

    21 Oct 2014 | 3:56 pm
    A U.S. Department of Justice official pledged Monday to conduct a thorough, independent and objective review of the city police force after hearing more concerns from residents about excessive force and other misconduct by Baltimore officers, reports the Baltimore Sun.While some Baltimoreans called for a full-scale civil rights probe of the city police, the head of the Justice Department's Office of Community Oriented Policing Services said federal officials believe working with the department is the best way to improve its interactions with the community.Ronald L. Davis, the director of the…
  • Inside the Mind of a Cold Case Detective

    Kenneth Mains
    21 Oct 2014 | 3:37 pm
    I love old detectives. I have worked with two; they had a combined 60 years of homicide experience between them. I loved listening to their stories, but I can tell you right now that some of what they say is BS. When they tell me a guy is innocent because of the way he reacted to a picture of the victim or that a guy shouldn't be considered a suspect because he showed up early for the interview, I laugh. The first thing a good investigator, especially a cold case investigator, needs to know is that you can't base your conclusions on past experiences because those experiences are not…
  • Law Signed to Curb Cop Killer's 'Obscene Celebrity'

    21 Oct 2014 | 3:22 pm
    Ignoring the chants of protesters on the block where a police officer was killed and the cause célèbre of Mumia Abu-Jamal was born, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett signed into law Tuesday a measure he said would curb the "obscene celebrity" cultivated by convicts at the expense of victims, reports the Associated Press.The law allows prosecutors or crime victims to seek an injunction when an offender's conduct "perpetuates the continuing effect of the crime," including causing a temporary or permanent state of "mental anguish."The measure won unanimous approval in the state…
  • Video: Shooting of El Paso Police Officer Connected to 2 Bodies Found

    21 Oct 2014 | 3:07 pm
    VIDEO: Shooting of El Paso Police Officer Connected to 2 Bodies FoundTwo bodies found at separate locations Tuesday are linked to the shooting of an El Paso Police officer in the Lower Valley Monday night, according to police, reports KVIA.Police say the man, whose identity has not been released, shot the officer last night, then allegedly killed the woman in the home, and then committed suicide.El Paso Police say someone in a passing car shot an officer as he made a traffic stop just before 9 p.m. Monday. The officer is in stable condition.  Like this story? Want to know why tens of…
 
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    PoliceOne Daily News

  • Bank robber who bummed cigarette mid-escape gets 10 years

    22 Oct 2014 | 7:22 pm
    Associated Press PITTSBURGH — A bank robber who stopped during his escape to bum a cigarette off a construction worker has been sentenced to 10 years in prison by a federal judge in Pittsburgh. The worker told police that a man matching 38-year-old Paul Carman's description appeared nervous moments after the October 2013 robbery in Ambridge, when Carman threw his shirt in a trash container. But Carman still stopped to borrow a cigarette. That encounter helped police identify Carman as the man who handed a Huntingdon Bank teller a note saying, "This is a robbery. No dye packs.
  • St. Louis police union shows politicians the stress of the job

    22 Oct 2014 | 7:14 pm
    By Christine Byers St. Louis Post-Dispatch ST. LOUIS — State Rep. Mike Leara, R-South County, had searched his suspect twice when he put him in the back of a police cruiser. "You sure you don't want to check him again?" asked Officer Nick Manasco. "No, I got him," Leara said. "He's clean." A few seconds later, Leara had a gunshot wound to the chest. The gun fired only blanks. The "suspect" was St. Louis police Officer Brandon Johnson. And the scene was part of a "police officer for a day" event hosted Monday by the St. Louis…
  • Terrorist ideology blamed in Canada car attack

    22 Oct 2014 | 6:53 pm
    By Benjamin Shingler and Rob Gillies Associated Press SAINT-JEAN-SUR-RICHELIEU, Quebec — A young convert to Islam who killed a Canadian soldier in a hit-and-run had been on the radar of federal investigators, who feared he had jihadist ambitions and seized his passport when he tried to travel to Turkey, authorities said Tuesday. Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney said the attack Monday was "clearly linked to terrorist ideology." Quebec Police spokesman Guy Lapointe said the act was deliberate and that one of the two soldiers was in uniform. Police said the suspect, Martin…
  • Pa. gov. signs bill in wake of cop killer's commencement speech

    22 Oct 2014 | 5:32 pm
    By Joe Dolinsky The Philadelphia Inquirer PHILADELPHIA — Just a few feet from the site where Philadelphia Police Officer Daniel Faulkner was gunned down by Mumia Abu-Jamal in 1981, Gov. Corbett on Tuesday signed into law a bill that would aim to stop former offenders from causing victims mental anguish. With Faulkner's widow, Maureen, at his side Corbett said the law was not just about one particular killer. Instead, he gave his rationale for signing what is called the Revictimization Relief Act. "Over the years we've heard much about the constitutional rights of prison…
  • Terrorist attack in Canada shows limits of a persistent threat

    22 Oct 2014 | 5:02 pm
    Author: Scott StewartTo avoid the difficulty of transporting personnel and weapons, terrorist groups have made a practice of seeking out potential militants already living in Western countries and recruiting them to conduct attacks. On Oct. 20, Canada became the latest Western country to be targeted by this kind of attack when a grassroots jihadist ran over two Canadian soldiers in Saint-Jean-sur-Richeliu with his car. This is exactly the type of attack we expect to see from the global jihadist movement in the West. Such attacks are a sign of weakness rather than of strength and highlight the…
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  • Islam Convert Strikes Two Canadian Soldiers in Quebec

    BCarey
    22 Oct 2014 | 12:06 pm
    Driver was one of many suspected of having jihadist ambitions. A car is overturned in the ditch in a cordoned off area in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec on Monday Oct. 20, 2014. One of two soldiers hit by a car died of his injuries early Tuesday, according to Quebec provincial police. Provincial police say the man sped off in his car after hitting the two soldiers in the parking lot of a shopping mall, starting a chase that ended with the man losing control and his car rolling over several times. The driver died from police gunfire. The second soldier's injuries are described as less…
  • Video, Images: Gunmen Open Fire at Canadian War Memorial & Parliament Building

    BCarey
    22 Oct 2014 | 8:58 am
    Solider is killed by gunman at national memorial in Ottawa. Emergency personnel tend to a soldier shot at the National Memorial near Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Wednesday Oct. 22, 2014. The soldier was standing guard when an unknown gunman shot him. The gunman reportedly ran towards Parliament Hill, which is currently under lockdown and surrounded by security. Prime Minister Stephen Harper was rushed away from the building to an undisclosed location, officials in his office said. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Adrian Wyld)
  • Maryland Trooper Struck During Traffic Stop

    BCarey
    22 Oct 2014 | 7:49 am
    Rockville crash is third incident in less than a month. Maryland State Police cruiser damages after crash early Saturday morning. (Kevin Lewis/WJLA photo)
  • Gary Serial Killer Showed Earlier Signs of Violence

    BCarey
    22 Oct 2014 | 7:03 am
    Court records as far back as 10 years ago document acts against women. This Monday, Oct. 20, 2014 photo shows an abandoned home at 1800 E. 19th. Ave. in Gary, Ind., where police found the one of six women's bodies over the weekend. Police investigating the slayings of seven women whose bodies were found in northwestern Indiana say the suspect has told them that he may have killed people going back 20 years. The Lake County prosecutor's office on Monday charged 43-year-old Darren Vann in the strangulation death of 19-year-old Afrikka Hardy. Police say her body was found Friday night at…
  • Colorado Teens Caught Trying to Join ISIS

    BCarey
    22 Oct 2014 | 4:57 am
    FBI halts girls en route to Syria.
 
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    FBI Top News

  • Cyber Security: Task Force Takes ‘Whole Government’ Approach

    20 Oct 2014 | 6:00 am
    In today’s virtual world, it is well known that cyber crime can jeopardize our privacy, our economy, and even our national security. Less well known is an organization—the National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force—that is working around the clock to fight the threat.
  • Color of Law: Agent Exposes Civil Rights Crimes in Alabama Prison

    17 Oct 2014 | 6:15 am
    There was never any dispute that Rocrast Mack, a 24-year-old serving time on drug charges in a state prison in Alabama, died at the hands of corrections officers in 2010. What wasn’t immediately clear was how and why the inmate sustained a lethal beating. When FBI Special Agent Susan Hanson opened her case at the Ventress Correctional Facility, it was evident her biggest challenge would be getting to the truth.
  • Director Comey Discusses Impact of Emerging Technology on Public Safety

    16 Oct 2014 | 6:00 am
    James Comey, speaking today at the Brookings Institution in Washington D.C., talked about the challenges that law enforcement face as we carry out our duty to keep Americans safe while addressing the issue of “Going Dark.”
  • Sex Trafficker Receives 40-Year Sentence

    14 Oct 2014 | 6:30 am
    It is yet another example of how social media can be dangerous for young people. Recently, a Houston man was sentenced to 40 years in prison on child sex trafficking charges after identifying and contacting young girls through social media platforms and then luring them into prostitution.
  • Cyber’s Most Wanted: We Need Your Help

    14 Oct 2014 | 4:30 am
    During National Cyber Security Awareness Month, we’d like to call your attention to the nearly 30 individuals currently featured on the Cyber’s Most Wanted section of the FBI’s public website in the hope that someone, somewhere, has information that could lead to their apprehension.
 
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  • Welcome to our new website!

    Mary Heins
    9 Oct 2014 | 9:49 am
    Welcome to the NTOA’s newly designed website! Our fresh look and improved functionality will enhance your experience when you want to access benefits, information and opportunities on our site. Our new Publication pages feature simple, easy-to-navigate tabs that allow you to quickly scan through article archives from both The Tactical Edge and the Crisis Negotiator, and to search for information by subject. Our Member Tested and Recommended Program pages now offer product reviews, scores and photos in an accessible format that can be searched and filtered by category, company or…
  • 2015 Tactical Conference – Salt Lake City

    Mary Heins
    9 Oct 2014 | 9:29 am
    Our 2015 Tactical Conference and Trade Show will be held in Salt Lake City, Utah on Aug. 30 to Sept. 4! Watch our website for more information.
  • NTOA now accepting applications for Director of Training and Education

    Mary Heins
    3 Oct 2014 | 5:22 am
    NTOA is currently accepting applications for the position of Director of Training and Education. The Director of Training and Education manages training activities, seminars and conferences; develops strategic training plans; manages national instructor cadre; and is responsible for training budget preparation and oversight. Download complete job description here. Interested candidates should download an interactive application. Completed applications and resumes should be sent via email to the Executive Director or mailed to “Director of Training and Education Application”, PO…
  • NTOA Board of Directors Election – Vote Now!

    Corey
    2 Sep 2014 | 8:37 am
    The candidates for the the Board of Directors election are now posted.  Please take a look at the candidates in your region  View Now Term: Jan. 2015 to Dec. 2017 Voting Period: Oct. 1 to Nov. 3, 2014 Online voting is now open and the deadline to vote is Nov. 3, 2014 (COB EST). NTOA username and password are required to cast your vote for the Director in your region. Please be sure to update your email address with NTOA here. In order to be eligible to vote in this election, you must be or become an “individual” member of NTOA by October 28 at 11:59 p.m. EST. This will allow…
  • NTOA introduces Night Vision Operators Course

    Corey
    14 Aug 2014 | 10:17 am
    NTOA’s new two-day Night Vision Operators course provides a strong foundation for the use of night vision equipment and its role in law enforcement tactical operations. Through classroom discussions, practical exercises, live-fire range drills and scenario-based exercises using marking rounds, we will cover a systematic approach to equipment selection, its use and benefits, as well as its limitations and operational considerations. Upon completion, students will understand the nomenclature, function and operation of various night vision monoculars, goggles and binoculars as well as…
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  • The New Aimpoint Carbine Optic

    Aaron
    20 Oct 2014 | 3:28 pm
    The Aimpoint Carine Optic (ACO) provides MSR shooters a quality optic at a decent price. Aimpoint aims to add to its market share of red dot sights with the addition of their new Carbine Optic. The Carbine Optic is specifically designed for the Modern Sporting Rifle (MSR), and introduces a quality red dot sight to compete in the mid-level price range. The Aimpoint Carbine Optic combines the proven Aimpoint designs and features, and is ready to mount and shoot straight out of the box. The Carbine Optic will have a 30mm aluminum alloy sight tube with a fixed height mount designed to provide…
  • TPG BLACK Marine Plate Carrier

    Aaron
    20 Oct 2014 | 2:34 pm
    The TacProGear BLACK Marine Plate Carrier (MPC) has recently achieved the “Member Tested and Recommended” stamp of approval from the National Tactical Officer’s Association (NTOA). TacProGear (TPG) is a well known manufacturer of tactical equipment, including apparel, armor, bags, packs, pouches, footwear and accessories. TPG claims the BLACK line of products rely completely on new concepts and designs from end user feedback. http://tacprogearblack.com/downloads/Tacprogear-BLACK-MPC-Marine-plate-carrier.pdf The Tac Pro Gear MPC in Kryptek Mandrake camouflage pattern. The TPG MPC is a…
  • Anonymous Callers and Police Action: Navarette v. California

    Aaron
    16 Oct 2014 | 10:09 pm
    UNDERSTANDING THE LIMITATIONS OF ANONYMOUS CALLERS A REVIEW OF NAVARETTE v. CALIFORNIA AUTHOR’S NOTE:  This article reviews the U.S. Supreme Court case of Navarette v. California.  The information is meant to educate the reader on the latest U.S. Supreme Court rulings on important law enforcement functions.  However, like all of our articles, the information provided here should in no way be considered legal advice. Readers are advised to consult with their local prosecutors and judges in light of the Navarette decision to gain guidance on the acceptable level of enforcement in…
  • Troy Defense American Gunfighter Program

    Aaron
    16 Oct 2014 | 9:14 pm
    Troy Defense Extends the American Gunfighter Program The National Tactical Officer’s Association (NTOA) finished their 31st Annual Meetings and Conference in Mobile, AL a few weeks ago.  Troy Defense is a strong supporter and sponsor of the NTOA.  During the Conference Troy Defense was offering incredible savings on one of their premier rifles to officers attending the Conference.  In a recent announcement Troy Defense is extending the savings offer to any current or retired LEO or military member. http://www.ntoa.org/massemail/Programflyer.pdf Having devoted his life to public…
  • Magpul Dynamics Precision Rifle Course

    Aaron
    15 Oct 2014 | 12:49 pm
    Magpul Dynamics Magpul Dynamics has announced an offering for their Long Range Precision Rifle Course in the Northwest. The course will be offered in Yakima, Washington from November 13-16, 2014 and will cost $750. I have not personally attended a Magpul Dynamics instruction course, but their video instruction series has been a very popular item for the company for many years. The Long Range Precision Rifle Course is an entry-level course for police snipers or those interested in honing long range rifle skills. The Long Range Precision Rifle Course covers: Precision Weapon Nomenclature…
 
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