Law Enforcement Product News

JAN 2016

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Page 26 of 39 January 2016 Law Enforcement Product News 27 Hold spare cartridges The PhaZZer Single and Double Cartridge Pouch Holders allow for quick and easy access to spare ammunition. Sturdy and highly durable, the holders have a proven track record and is trusted by security and law enforcement worldwide. See this online: Visit for more information MACE: Spray pepper spray right through your shield • Mounts on riot, capture and ballistic shields • Rugged, lightweight anodized aluminum construction • Designed for use with MK-IV OC can- isters • Available with a variety of nozzles for the deployment of fog, stream, and gel formulas • • Knurled grip for superior control and retention • Fully adjustable to fit a wide variety of shields • Manufacturers' hole spacing and shield thicknesses • Minimal additional training required • Quick and simple to install • Ideal for cell extractions • Made in the USA See this online: Circle 51 for more information TASER and Microsoft announce partnership to deliver a trusted cloud solution for law enforcement TASER International and Microsoft Corp. announced a part- nership that will bring together the global scale, technology breadth, and security commitment of both compa- nies through the combined capabilities of the Microsoft Azure cloud platform and Windows 10 devices with TASER's Axon Platform and solution. This partnership will provide a security- enhanced digital evidence management experi- ence for law enforcement in an efficient and low-cost environment. As part of their work together, TASER and Microsoft will create an integrated approach to capturing and manag- ing evidence, including ingesting, retrieving, sharing, analyzing and archiving video, sensor and other data to support law enforcement and criminal justice officials as they work toward creating safer communities. See this online: Ariz. deputies to use rubber bullets on border The Pinal County Sheriff 's Office announced that it would become the nation's first police agency at any level to use the Osa handgun The Pinal County (Ariz.) Sheriff 's Office have began using the Osa handgun, reportedly the first in the country. The Russian-designed four-chamber break-action pistol fires rub- ber bullets at a 15-foot range with a laser sight. The Sheriff 's Office say it will lead to more captures rather than deaths on the border. Russian for "wasp," the Osa's rubber bullets' impact is similar to being hit with a baseball bat or a professional boxer, said Leao Gitrana of Defenzia, the American distributor. It can also fire flares, pepper-gel bullets, or flash-bang rounds. Source: Nigel Duara, Los Angeles Times, Tribune News Service YOUTUBE.COM/C TSLESSLETHAL @COMBINEDSYSTEMSINC #C TSLESSLETHAL Circle 52 for more information

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