POLICE Magazine

JUL 2017

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20 POLICE JULY 2017 CIVIL UNREST RESPONSE EQUIPMENT MELANIE BASICH H AMPLIVOX SOUND SYSTEMS H SW320 MITY-LITE PORTABLE PA SYSTEM Made for durability and portability, AmpliVox's new SW320 Mity-Lite Por- table PA System is a compact, SWAT team-tested PA designed to deliver clear, strong sound that carries over crowd noise and street activity. e weather- resistant, molded plastic unit offers advanced features including Bluetooth and two digital wireless microphone receivers. Use with AC power or run for up to eight hours on the built-in rechargeable battery. w w w.Ampli.com H ARMOR EXPRESS/BUSCH PROTECTIVE H AMH-2 BUMP/IMPACT TRAINING HELMET e Busch Protective AMH-2 Bump/ Impact Training Helmet avail- able through Armor Express is a non-ballistic platform designed to offer a high level of impact protection, ventilation, and comfort. e AMH-2 shell is certified to EN 397 for impact attenuation. With the company's latest Comfort Pro- tection Pad suspension system, it offers multi-impact and shock protection. e helmet's retention system uses wheel dial technology to adjust fit and a new multi-function side rail also provides a speed-system connection point to add a modular protective visor. w w w.armorexpress.com/busch H ARMORED DEVICES INC. H POLICE HEAD AND NECK PROTECTOR Armored Devices Inc. has introduced the small Police Head and Neck Protector(PHNP) ballistic shield. Weighing in at 2 pounds, it is light enough for daily carry. e novel, pat- ent pending design allows it to connect to a larger ex- tension shield for full body coverage. When connected, the two shields are referred to as the Police Body Protec- tor. When folded together, the NIJ Level IIIA shield converts to an NIJ Level III shield for rifle protection. w w w.armoreddevices.com H ASP H TALON BATONS ASP Talon Batons, available in a variety of lengths, materials, and finishes, fea- ture a push-button release that makes them advantageous in riot or crowd con- trol situations. ey can be drawn, deployed, closed, and holstered with one hand, and without having to bend down to "combat close" by driving down onto a hard surface. is keeps one hand free to hold a shield or perform other func- tions, and allows the officer to remain standing and/or moving at all times. ht tps://asp-usa.com

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