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Meet Digital Ally’s Innovative Body Cam

Digital Ally, which develops, manufactures and markets advanced video surveillance products for law enforcement, homeland security and commercial applications, today announced that it has been awarded a significant new patent by the U.S. Patent Office. The U.S. Patent Office issued U.S. Patent No. 9,712,730 (the “ ‘730 Patent”) for a Portable Video and Imaging System.

Their Mission? To Protect Cops

Below is a story about one of the leading body armor companies for law enforcement—Armor Express. Armor Express is a huge supporter of you and American Police Beat. Among other things, they take a full-page ad in every issue. Companies like this make it possible for us to put out the best law-enforcement magazine, month

A Gift That Honors Those Who Serve

An exciting new museum is under construction in Washington, DC. In November 2000, Congress and President Bill Clinton authorized the building of the National Law Enforcement Museum on federal land. The Museum held its ceremonial groundbreaking in October 2010, which was followed by 13 months of underground infrastructure work that took place while the Museum

“Best in Force” Award Honors LE Innovations

LIVERMORE, CA – Vigilant Solutions is now accepting nominations for the Best in Force award, an annual award recognizing law enforcement’s innovative use of license plate recognition (LPR) and/or facial recognition (FR) technology. The winning agency will be announced in October at the annual International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Conference and will receive

Meet America’s New Favorite Police Vehicle

Ed. Note: Congratulations to Ford Motor Company for being the maker of the best-selling police vehicle in the United States! New figures from sales tracking firm IHS Market show that the SUV version of Ford’s Police Interceptor—a modified Explorer—just crossed the 50% market share threshold for the first time since it was introduced in 2012.

Pride in Honoring Our Own

It comes down to one word: Brotherhood by Susan Yerkes It’s not strange that David Putnam spends a good part of most days thinking about death in the line of duty. Putnam, who retired from the San Antonio Police Department years ago, is no longer in the daily line of fire. But over the last

Point Blank Honors Officer

Yesterday, Point Blank honored Deputy Abdullah Bholat for his bravery and dedication in serving his community in Paris, Kentucky. Mike Lafferty, Manufacturer’s representative along with representatives from RJ Wagner presented Officer Bholat with the Point Blank National SAVES Recognition Award. The company is proud to have had the opportunity to show our appreciation for his service