POLICE Magazine

DEC 2018

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PoliceMag.com 7 MANY CRITICAL TOPICS. ONE INCLUSIVE SERIES. Be prepared for the unexpected with scenario-based guidelines at your fingertips. American Military University's Visor Cards cover 12 critical topics ranging from Officer Stress Management to Recognizing Human Trafficking Victims, and more. Request your complimentary cards today and we'll ship them to you at no cost so you're always prepared to respond. Order your visor cards or apply today at AMUonline.com/visor-cards Panasonic TOUGHBOOK 31 Panasonic has announced the U.S. launch of its newly upgraded Toughbook 31 laptop computer. Upgraded with the latest Intel Core i5-7300U vPro processor, the Toughbook 31 is more powerful than ever before, offering peak performance, enhanced graphics, standard features such as faster 16 GB DDR4 memory and a 256GB SSD, and an advanced LTE module, in addition to several additional new improvements. Offering more features for the same price, Panasonic says the Toughbook 31 is not only providing better value for customers, but also improving mobility, safety, and optimiz- ing productivity. ht tps://na.panasonic.com/us Surefire STILETTO FLASHLIGHT Despite its small size, slim design, and weight of less than three ounces, SureFire LLC's new PLR Stiletto is made to pack a punch with a high output of 650 lumens. The Stiletto utilizes a rechargeable lithium polymer battery with LED fuel gauge that can be charged via Micro-USB charger. The primary switch on the body is programmable and can select outputs between 5 and 650 lumens. The tactical switch on the rear of the light activates the 650-lumen high output only, and has an optional high-frequency strobe. A heavy-duty pocket clip keeps the Stiletto quickly accessible and secured. w w w.surefire.com/stilet to-multi-output-recharge- able-pocket-led-flashlight.html Z-Medica QUIKCLOT HEMOSTATIC DEVICES Used by municipalities around the world, QuikClot hemostatic devices put life-saving technology into the hands of trained law enforcement officials—often the first points of care on a scene. QuikClot devices are made to work fast to help control bleeding until ad- ditional medical attention can be sought. Every year, QuikClot products help people survive traumatic bleeding—including first responders who get hurt in the line of duty. ht tps://quikclot.com/Law-Enforcement

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