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Weatherproof Cameras Visiontech's 1/3' Color CCD Weatherproof, 4-9mm lens, Vari-Focal Bullet Cameras offer easily adjustable lenses and a variety of viewing angles. They are weatherproof, and due to their small size and sturdy structure, are easily installed. For more information call (805) 237-7450, or visit www.visiontechintl.com. Visiontech.

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Console Mount

The Console Side Mount from Jotto Desk will mount either standard or ruggedized notebook computers or two-piece computing systems. Its distinctive features optimize vehicle space and improve access to controls. It provides quick glance over viewing, keeping the officer's attention focused forward. For more information call (877) 455-6886, or visit www.jottodesk.com. Jotto Desk.

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Records Management

CrimeStar RMS is a powerful, network-ready police records management system created for small to medium sized police agencies. It includes 19 modules, multi-user and digital photo capability, and a database synchronization process as standard features. Agencies purchase concurrent user licenses for $1,700.00, allowing agencies to control cost while enjoying large system features. For more information call (408) 362-1651, or visit www.crimestar.com. CrimeStar Corporation.

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Water-right Computer

Measuring only 13x11.5" and weighing just eight pounds, GETAC's CA35 is durable enough to survive daily rigorous field use conditions, but reliable for mission critical applications. It is water-tight and is able to withstand a three foot fall onto concrete. It is powered by an Intel 600mhz processor, 128MB of RAM and a 10GB drive. For more information call (949) 699-2888, or visit www.getac.com. GETAC.

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Weaponsight

ITT Industries Night Vision's F7201A Generation 3 weaponsight features interchangeable daytime and night vision modules, enabling a weapon to remain at zero day or night. By including an easy to operate bayonet mount and high-rise rings, the versatility of the product is vastly improved. For more information call (800) 448-8678, or visit www.nightvision.com. ITT Industries Night Vision.

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Wireless Surveillance

The Wireless Surveillance Package (WASP) from American Innovations is user friendly and does not need exposed wires or antennas. Charge the camera, and when someone enters the area being monitored, the system will automatically turn on and transmit the video up to 300 feet to its receiver. The system includes a plant camera, battery charger, receiver, high gain antenna, intelligent chip and flip up color LCD monitor. For more information call (845) 371-3333, or visit www.Alsurveillnace.com. American Innovations, Inc.

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Body Armor

The sixth generation in the Monarch Summit line of body armor from Second Chance Body Armor is thinner, softer, lighter and more breathable than its predecessors. Its is assembled using a patented and self-reinforcing Butterfly Lite stitches, and the new Millennium Gold Gore-Tex Comfort Cool pad

covers the vest to make it more breathable, waterproof and resistant to body oils and salts, fuel and oil spills, acids and caustic. …

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