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  • What Every Police Wife Wishes She Could Tell the Chief

    Law Enforcement Today
    Trish Buchanan
    22 Apr 2014 | 5:41 am
    I am the widow of East Hartford, Connecticut Police Officer Paul S. Buchanan Badge Number 208, who died by suicide.  This is what I wish every police Chief would know about their officers. You are the leader of your organization.  Did you know that your officers want to look up to you and respect you?  They WANT you to be their leader.  A leader is the one who is in charge.  A great police chief is one who inspires confidence in his officers and takes care of them and backs them up.  A successful police chief will have patrol officers who WANT to follow him. I would like to ask you: Do…
  • Identity Crisis

    American Police Beat Magazine | Law Enforcement Publication
    22 Apr 2014 | 10:35 am
    In the old days before 9/11, people had a general sense of what entities like the FBI, CIA and NSA did and didn’t do. For instance the CIA couldn’t operate on American soil because that was the FBI’s job. These days not only does the CIA and NSA operate on American soil, they sometimes even work in conjunction with big city agencies like the NYPD - sometimes out of the same office. So if the CIA, NSA and a wide array of other intelligence agencies now operate on American soil, what is it that the FBI does?
  • Tidewater VA Has Nearly 40% of Statewide Child Abuse Deaths

    Law Enforcement Today
    Jean Reynolds
    24 Apr 2014 | 3:59 am
    Hampton Roads in Virginia—also known as Tidewater—is a thriving metropolitan area that includes Virginia Beach, Norfolk, and Newport News. The area is famous for its military presence, harbor, shipyards, and beaches, and it boasts two important tourism destinations: Colonial Williamsburg and Jamestown. But Hampton Roads is famous for something else as well. It’s on top of a list of child death investigations conducted by the Virginia Department of Social Services. Twelve deaths due to abuse or neglect have already been reported this year. Last year Hampton Roads accounted for 36% of…
  • Cops: Man shot estranged girlfriend’s mom; manhunt underway

    PoliceLink
    24 Apr 2014 | 7:35 am
  • 2014 Rising Shields of Law Enforcement Named by Illinois Chiefs of Police

    POLICE Magazine
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:00 am
    Three up-and-coming leaders in various fields of law enforcement have been selected by the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police (ILACP) as the "Rising Shields of Law Enforcement" for their leadership in advancing the field.Sgt. Scott Eisenmenger (Buffalo Grove Police Department), Corrections Officer Dante Brown (Lake County Sheriff's Office), and Master Sergeant Margaret McGreal (Illinois State Police, District Chicago) were selected for the awards from among 19 nominees representing large-, small-, and medium-sized local police departments, state agencies, and universities and colleges.
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  • Identity Crisis

    22 Apr 2014 | 10:35 am
    In the old days before 9/11, people had a general sense of what entities like the FBI, CIA and NSA did and didn’t do. For instance the CIA couldn’t operate on American soil because that was the FBI’s job. These days not only does the CIA and NSA operate on American soil, they sometimes even work in conjunction with big city agencies like the NYPD - sometimes out of the same office. So if the CIA, NSA and a wide array of other intelligence agencies now operate on American soil, what is it that the FBI does?
  • Unions- who needs 'em?

    17 Apr 2014 | 6:43 am
    Editor's note: The following is the actual want ad posted to recruit police officers back in the days of horses and buggies. If you ever wondered what it is that unions actually do, this is a great example of what working conditions are like when you're an "at-will" employee. Meal breaks? Forget it. There are no breaks. If you get hungry eat that sandwich you're allowed to carry in your hat. Now for the historical want-ad!  "I want you for PEEL’S Police (circa 1839)"
  • Who protects the Protectors?

    14 Apr 2014 | 6:47 am
    City Politicians take gun away from True Blue Sister who is battling terminal cancer - They want her in a forced retirement just months before her 25 years of service - Her Chief went against the order and stood up for this Hero - Now we need to stand up and step up for one of our own!
  • Big hearts with badges

    9 Apr 2014 | 9:41 am
    “'I tell you the truth, when you refused to help the least of these my brothers and sisters, you were refusing to help me.” Supposedly some guy called Jesus of Nazareth said something along those lines while he was preaching across Galilee a couple thousand years back. To understand what the meaning of that translation is all about, you can’t do much better than a recent article from the San Francisco Chronicle about a group of police officers that helped out a homeless family in trouble.
  • The Perforated Cross - A true story

    12 Nov 2013 | 9:14 am
    The date was May 15th, 1977 when my life changed forever. I was a police officer with the Burbank Police Department in California. Working a special burglary suppression detail in plain clothes, I was driving an unmarked police vehicle. We had been experiencing numerous business burglaries in the Magnolia Park area of Burbank. I was patrolling the alleys behind the businesses, when I felt ill. It was five o'clock in the morning so I drove to the Police Department to request a few hours off. While standing in the Watch Commander's office an alert tone sounded. The alert was dispatched as…
 
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  • Tidewater VA Has Nearly 40% of Statewide Child Abuse Deaths

    Jean Reynolds
    24 Apr 2014 | 3:59 am
    Hampton Roads in Virginia—also known as Tidewater—is a thriving metropolitan area that includes Virginia Beach, Norfolk, and Newport News. The area is famous for its military presence, harbor, shipyards, and beaches, and it boasts two important tourism destinations: Colonial Williamsburg and Jamestown. But Hampton Roads is famous for something else as well. It’s on top of a list of child death investigations conducted by the Virginia Department of Social Services. Twelve deaths due to abuse or neglect have already been reported this year. Last year Hampton Roads accounted for 36% of…
  • Your Next Call

    Pat Welsh
    23 Apr 2014 | 3:24 am
    Your next call may be your most important call. You may face your greatest challenge or it may be your opportunity to have the most important impact on someone’s life. It may hold the greatest mystery you have ever known. What will you do? You may meet someone who is an endless reservoir of possibility or at the end of their rope. You may be presented an opportunity that is the most unique you will face in your career. Yet, it may be filled with tragedy, dread, possibility, or hope. What will you do? The person you meet might be struggling to become something they have always dreamed of, or…
  • What Every Police Wife Wishes She Could Tell the Chief

    Trish Buchanan
    22 Apr 2014 | 5:41 am
    I am the widow of East Hartford, Connecticut Police Officer Paul S. Buchanan Badge Number 208, who died by suicide.  This is what I wish every police Chief would know about their officers. You are the leader of your organization.  Did you know that your officers want to look up to you and respect you?  They WANT you to be their leader.  A leader is the one who is in charge.  A great police chief is one who inspires confidence in his officers and takes care of them and backs them up.  A successful police chief will have patrol officers who WANT to follow him. I would like to ask you: Do…
  • In Memoriam – K9 Mick

    Patrick Sharkey
    21 Apr 2014 | 6:10 am
    Chief Michael Reese of the Portland Police Bureau has reported that an officer involved shooting has occurred with one officer being injured by gunfire and a K9 in his department being shot and killed while protecting his partner. Portland Police officers responded to a burglary in progress call to Blumenthal Uniforms, a police equipment store in the southwest area of Portland.  Upon their arrival the officers observed three men exit the building and flee in a white colored SUV style vehicle. The officers immediately pursued the SUV which eventually crashed into a utility pole.  All three…
  • In Memoriam – Deputy William Kelley

    Patrick Sharkey
    21 Apr 2014 | 5:57 am
    Sheriff Dennis Meeks of the Covington County Alabama Sheriff Department sadly reports that Deputy William Heath Kelley, 46, died in a vehicle crash April 18 at about 7:40 am. Deputy Kelley was driving on Highway 55, south of the South Bypass near Libertyville.  He was responding to a traffic accident with injuries call.  While he was driving, the patrol vehicle went through a puddle of water on the roadway, causing the patrol car to hydroplane. Deputy Kelly could not recover from the skid.  He crossed the center of the road and struck another vehicle.  Deputy Kelley sustained critical…
 
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  • 2014 Rising Shields of Law Enforcement Named by Illinois Chiefs of Police

    23 Apr 2014 | 1:00 am
    Three up-and-coming leaders in various fields of law enforcement have been selected by the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police (ILACP) as the "Rising Shields of Law Enforcement" for their leadership in advancing the field.Sgt. Scott Eisenmenger (Buffalo Grove Police Department), Corrections Officer Dante Brown (Lake County Sheriff's Office), and Master Sergeant Margaret McGreal (Illinois State Police, District Chicago) were selected for the awards from among 19 nominees representing large-, small-, and medium-sized local police departments, state agencies, and universities and colleges.
  • Texas Officer Dies from Crash Injuries

    22 Apr 2014 | 1:00 am
    A Texas officer who was critically injured in a crash last week has died from her injuries.The Midlothian Police Department told MyFoxDFW that Officer Heather Phares passed away at about 9:45 a.m. Monday.The accident happened Thursday afternoon on west Highway 287 in Midlothian. Officer Phares was driving home from a special assignment with the local school district and rear ended a big rig that was carrying steel.  Like this story? Want to know why tens of thousands of law enforcement people receive stories like this in their email twice a week? Subscribe to award winning OnTarget…
  • Video: Chase, Standoff End With Fatal Shooting Outside Dallas Mall

    22 Apr 2014 | 1:00 am
    VIDEO: Chase, Standoff Ends with Fatal Shooting Outside Dallas MallA chase in South Dallas led to a standoff that ended with Dallas police fatally shooting an armed man outside of the Southwest Center Mall Monday afternoon.Dallas police shot the man after he exited his vehicle and began waving around a gun before pointing it at officers in the mall parking lot, police told NBC DFW.About an hour before, at about 1:20 p.m., officers on foot patrol reported smelling marijuana coming from a red, 4-door Ford sedan parked outside the Dallas Inn on the 3300 block of Marvin D. Love Freeway. The…
  • Video: Albuquerque Officer Shoots, Kills Judge's Daughter During Foot Pursuit

    22 Apr 2014 | 1:00 am
    VIDEO: Albuquerque Officer Shoots, Kills Judge's Daughter During Foot PursuitAn Albuquerque police officer shot and killed a young woman suspected in an auto theft during a foot chase early Monday, the department’s third officer-involved shooting in five weeks.The woman, Mary Hawkes, 19, was the daughter of recently retired Valencia County Magistrate Danny Hawkes, the Albuquerque Journal reports.Albuquerque Police Chief Gorden Eden said the woman pointed a gun at the officer before being shot.“An officer pursued on foot when the suspect stopped, turned and pointed a handgun at…
  • Video: LAPD Honors Fallen Motor Officer

    22 Apr 2014 | 1:00 am
    VIDEO: LAPD Honors Fallen Motor OfficerThousands of law-enforcement officers on Tuesday attended memorial services for an LAPD motorcycle officer who died after being struck by a suspected DUI driver, KTLA reports.Officer Christopher Cortijo, 51, was stopped at a red light in Sun Valley on April 5 when his motorcycle was hit from behind by a Chevy Blazer. He succumbed to his injuries four days later.The driver of the SUV, 33-year-old Qaneak Shaney Cobb, was taken into custody at the scene of the crash. She later pleaded not guilty to possession of cocaine and driving under the influence of a…
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  • Council at odds with mayor over 1K more cops in NYPD

    24 Apr 2014 | 6:15 am
    By Matthew Chayes Newsday NEW YORK — City Council leaders, in their first major policy break with Mayor Bill de Blasio, want to add 1,000 more police officers to the NYPD. The council members said Wednesday that the department needs more cops to keep crime down and fulfill the mayor's stated goal of reducing pedestrian traffic fatalities. De Blasio and Commissioner William J. Bratton responded that the current head count — 34,604 — is sufficient. The cost of the additional officers would be about $95 million in the 2015 fiscal year, which begins July 1, and would…
  • Deliveryman who fled police before shooting may have feared robbery

    24 Apr 2014 | 6:11 am
    Associated Press PHILADELPHIA — Police say a pizza deliveryman shot and wounded by plainclothes officers may have mistaken them for robbers. Two city police officers responding to a report of gunshots shortly before 10 p.m. Tuesday in the Kingsessing neighborhood saw a man walking down the street wearing a dark shirt with the hood pulled up and his hands in his pockets and tried to stop him, police said. Philadelphia police Deputy Commissioner Richard Ross said the man fled to a car and then drove toward the officers, who fired because they feared for their safety. "They believe…
  • US weighs clemency for thousands of inmates jailed for 10 years

    24 Apr 2014 | 6:06 am
    By Eric Tucker Associated Press WASHINGTON — The Obama administration is encouraging many nonviolent federal prisoners to apply for early release — and expecting thousands to take up the offer. It's an effort to deal with high costs and overcrowding in prisons, and also a matter of fairness, the government says. On Wednesday, the Justice Department unveiled a revamped clemency process directed at low-level felons imprisoned for at least 10 years who have clean records while in custody. The effort is part of a broader administration push to scale back the use of harsh penalties…
  • NY police receive state crime fighting grants

    23 Apr 2014 | 3:59 pm
    By Sid Cassese Newsday LONG ISLAND, N.Y. — Three local Long Island police departments were recently named by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo as recipients of state grants to help with crime fighting. In a statement he identified the Town of East Hampton, which got $23,900; the Village of Garden City, given $30,000, and the Village of Rockville Centre, which got $40,000, as among 27 police and four sheriff departments around the state on the grant list. "These grants will help local Police and Sheriff departments purchase the tools they need to fight and prevent crime," Cuomo said in the…
  • CO released by Ohio jail inmates

    23 Apr 2014 | 3:18 pm
    Associated Press WARREN, Ohio — A correction officer taken hostage by three inmates at an Ohio county jail has been released unharmed, and the inmates have been taken to a maximum-security facility. Trumbull County Sheriff's Office Major Thomas Stewart says the hostage situation ended peacefully and, "It's all over." He says the inmates talked to hostage negotiators and "decided to give it up." He says the correction officer wasn't physically harmed but is being evaluated. Officials say the inmates grabbed and handcuffed the officer Wednesday afternoon at…
 
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  • Wisconsin Court Upholds Evidence from GPS Tracking

    BCarey
    23 Apr 2014 | 2:25 pm
    State appellate ruling found practice to be constitutional.
  • NYPD Twitter Request Backfires

    BCarey
    23 Apr 2014 | 11:58 am
    Internet trolls post hundreds of photos of alleged police brutality. In this May 1, 2012, file photo, a police lieutenant swings his baton at Occupy Wall Street activists in New York. This photo is among the many put on Twitter in response to a New York Police Department request for Twitter users to share pictures of themselves posing with police officers. The NYPD sent a tweet on Tuesday, April 22, 2014, saying it might feature the photographs on its Facebook page. The responses soon turned ugly when Occupy Wall Street tweeted a photograph of cops battling protesters with the caption…
  • Do Cops Want to Kill People?

    CCoates
    23 Apr 2014 | 10:40 am
    Cops, on the whole, are good people, trying to do good work. Sometimes it isn't pretty work, but that's the nature of it. Some can't handle that.
  • Law Officer Drug Survey

    TFrancis
    23 Apr 2014 | 9:06 am
    The results are in. More than 11,000 sworn LEOs took time out of their busy schedules to tell us what they think about America’s fast-changing drug policy. The survey offers an excellent opportunity for the people on the front lines enforcing our drug laws to weigh in on the effect and effectiveness of those laws. We at Law Officer hope that these results will be of interest to policy makers and the general public as the nation arrives at a cohesive, sane and workable drug policy.
  • Albuquerque Police Forced to Shoot Armed Suspect

    BCarey
    22 Apr 2014 | 11:21 am
    19-year old car thief turned on an officer and pointed a handgun.
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  • Seeking Information in International Child Exploitation Case

    22 Apr 2014 | 4:00 am
    The FBI is asking for the public’s help to identify victims of suspected serial child predator William James Vahey, who taught in private American schools overseas in nine different countries beginning in 1972. A confidential questionnaire is available for anyone who thinks they may have been victimized by Vahey or who may have information about his predatory behavior.
  • The Gangs of Los Angeles, Part 6

    17 Apr 2014 | 10:00 am
    FBI Los Angeles Assistant Special Agent in Charge Robert Clark draws from his own experience as he works to dismantle violent gangs, help young people avoid the gang life, and empower residents to take back their neighborhoods.
  • Students Abroad Warned of Foreign Intelligence Threat

    14 Apr 2014 | 4:00 am
    The FBI has ramped up efforts to educate American university students preparing to study abroad about the dangers of knowingly or unknowingly getting caught up in espionage activities.
  • William Bradford Bishop, Jr. Added to Ten Most Wanted Fugitives List

    10 Apr 2014 | 4:00 am
    William Bradford Bishop, Jr., wanted for the brutal murders of his wife, mother, and three sons in Maryland nearly four decades ago, has been named to the Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list. A reward of up to $100,000 is being offered for information leading directly to the arrest of Bishop, a highly intelligent former U.S. Department of State employee who investigators believe may be hiding in plain sight.
  • FBI Honors Community Leaders

    4 Apr 2014 | 10:45 am
    In a ceremony at FBI Headquarters, Director James Comey presented the Director’s Community Leadership Award to 58 individuals and organizations from communities around the country for their tremendous contributions and efforts to improve lives through service.
 
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  • Staying Involved During National Child Abuse Prevention Month, April 2014

    The Department of Justice
    23 Apr 2014 | 9:59 am
    Courtesy of Karol V. Mason, Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Justice Programs When he proclaimed April as National Child Abuse Prevention Month, President Obama said, “Every child should have every chance in life, every chance at happiness, and every chance at success. Yet tragically, hundreds of thousands of young Americans shoulder the burden […]
  • Honoring the Earth, April 22, 2014

    The Department of Justice
    22 Apr 2014 | 3:10 pm
    Courtesy of Robert Dreher, Acting Assistant Attorney General for the Environment and Natural Resources Division   Once a year, on April 22nd, people all over the world stop to show reverence for the Earth and the life it contains.  For the Justice Department’s Environment and Natural Resources Division (ENRD), for the past 11 years running, […]
  • Legal Aid Interagency Roundtable Toolkit Launches at White House Forum on Increasing Access to Justice

    The Department of Justice
    22 Apr 2014 | 11:07 am
    What does civil legal aid have to do with preventing homelessness among veterans and securing a job?  And what does the Federal Government have to do with civil legal aid?  Often times, a lot.   “Andy’s” 10-year-old felony conviction prevented him from pursuing his hopes of securing a state license to become a New York Licensed […]
  • Reentry and the Affordable Care Act

    The Department of Justice
    17 Apr 2014 | 9:40 am
    This post is courtesy of Associate Attorney General Tony West Earlier this month, at a conference hosted by the Community Oriented Correctional Health Services and the journal Health Affairs, I had the opportunity to speak with a distinguished group of policymakers, researchers and health care and criminal justice professionals about the implications of the Affordable […]
  • Naturalization Ceremony Blog Post – “Welcoming New Partners to our Bold Experiment”

    The Department of Justice
    16 Apr 2014 | 8:52 am
      This post is courtesy of Associate Attorney General Tony West. On Tuesday, I had the privilege of speaking to hundreds of new citizens at a naturalization ceremony held at Hayfield Secondary School in Alexandria, Va.  It was an incredible experience — one that made me proud of our country’s well-earned reputation as a beacon […]
 
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  • NTOA Accepting Applications for Training Program Manager - Closing May 11, 2014

    9 Apr 2014 | 11:40 am
    The NTOA is currently accepting applications for the position of Training Program Manager. The Training Program Manager directs 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 mark.lomax@ntoa.org or mailed to "Training Program Manager Application," PO Box 797, Doylestown, PA 18901. Questions…
  • Now Available in our Bookstore - Rulers of the Night - Volume II

    3 Apr 2014 | 10:49 am
    NTOA is offering a limited quantity of Rulers of the Night, Volume II, an exceptional book which continues the comprehensive, storied 50-year (1958-2008) history of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Special Enforcement Detail (SED) and its successor, the Special Enforcement Bureau (SEB). This edition will be sold exclusively to NTOA members. All books are signed and numbered by the compiler and author, John Kolman. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to own a comprehensive chronicle of one of the most respected and experienced tactical units in the United States. If you did…
  • Hostage Survival Probability Model: A Survey

    12 Mar 2014 | 10:21 am
    The National Tactical Officers Association, in cooperation with The Justice Academy and the California Association of Tactical Officers, is conducting an ongoing study to identify those factors and influences that affect a hostage’s chances of survival. It is believed that this groundbreaking study will provide clues that can be used by tactical commanders to make reliable decisions for courses of action that will enhance the likelihood for a hostage to survive the encounter. Your voluntary participation in this study is vital to collect sufficient data to provide statistically reliable…
  • Webinar - TEMS Update: Future Trends and Lessons Learned - Available to view

    20 Feb 2014 | 1:14 pm
      TEMS Update: Future Trends and Lessons Learned Duration: 1.5 hours NTOA TEMS Section Chair, Dr. Kevin Gerold, discusses the recently-revised NTOA TEMS Position Statement which recognizes that police officers are often the initial responders to active violent incidents and calls for all police officers to receive basic TEMS training. The ability to control life-threatening hemorrhage, triage casualties, establish secure casualty collection points and coordinate care with existing EMS responders have become core law enforcement skills and all police officers should have the basic medical…
  • Exhibitor Hotel

    12 Feb 2014 | 12:36 pm
    The Battlehouse Renaissance Mobile Hotel 26 North Royal StreetMobile, AL 36602 The Exhibitor Show takes place at the Arthur R. Outlaw Mobile Convention Center. This hotel is located only one block from the Convention Center, within easy walking distance. To receive the special exhibitor room rate of $139, you must book your reservation through:   Julie Saunders, Worldview TravelPhone: 800-774-4174 or 858-756-4174 jsaunders@worldviewtravel.com
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  • Please Help

    Richard
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:09 pm
    If you can help with a few dollars, I would appreciate you supporting Matt DeVito and his family.  A fire destroyed their house and took all of their worldly possessions.  To compound the problem, they had recently moved into this home and it was not yet covered by insurance. Matt’s family needs food, clothes, school supplies and all of the other things that most of us take for granted. Donate here:  http://www.youcaring.com/help-a-neighbor/fighting-fires-within-the-firearms-community/166573 Even if you can’t donate, I’d appreciate you sharing the information.
  • SeaLife Sea Dragon Mini 600

    Aaron
    5 Apr 2014 | 12:51 pm
    Utilizing a wide beam of illumination for area searches, the SeaLife Sea Dragon Mini throws 600 lumens of light from a small, but very rugged, package.  At the 2014 SHOT Show, SeaLife of Moorestown, NJ announced their new Sea Dragon Mini 600 tactical flashlight. Known for their underwater photographic equipment, SeaLife aims to bring the same high-quality engineering standards for flashlights to the tactical environment. The Sea Dragon Mini 600 was originally designed to be a dive light capable of operation down to 330 feet below the water’s surface. One of the key features of the Mini…
  • Best Police Chase…Ever

    Aaron
    28 Feb 2014 | 1:56 pm
  • XADS Ballistic Light Shield

    Aaron
    25 Feb 2014 | 9:27 am
    The SHOT Show produced some interesting new products for the law enforcement community, and the Xtreme Alternative Defense Systems (XADS) Light Shield was one of those items. XADS is based out of Anderson, Indiana, and has been producing life-saving less lethal and anti-material directed energy weapons since 2002. XADS has two retired Lt. Generals and a retired Indiana SWAT commander on its advisory board to ensure their products meet real-life operator needs. XADS has already produced the Threat Assessment Laser Illuminator (TALI) which is focused green laser technology designed to…
  • New BulletSafe Body Armor and Rifle Plates

    Randall
    29 Jan 2014 | 2:45 pm
    Prior to a large event, we receive a hard-drive-punishing flow of emailed product press releases.  My interest was piqued by a bullet resistant vest company that promised what I thought was a typographical error for their MSRP.  I would definitely be paying a visit to the BulletSafe booth at SHOT Show 2014. At the Show, I met Tom Nardone, BulletSafe’s company president, in their small space at an off-the-main-floor Law Enforcement Vendors ballroom.  Not shy, I had to ask right out of the gate, “Why are your ballistic vests so inexpensive?”  At a suggested retail price of just…
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