30 Apr

Everyone knows that a person is sick, it’s better to take his or her temperature in order to find out if he or she has a fever. But have this ever happened to you, that you were afraid of coming close to the ill person, because you could risk exposing whatever disease to yourself? I remember that this happened to me several time, so I found that using this thermometer with laser sight can solve at least some of our problems. You can fire this amazing device into someone’s forehead, and instantly measure the temperature. By the way, this thermometer with laser sight can measure temperature of any surface, so it can also become one of your favorite toys. For instance, you’ll be able to use for playing laser tags. Have fun!…

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30 Apr

Using handcuffs in schools in the near future is likely to happen in some schools in Milwaukee.

Yesterday I read the Associated Press report that after a series of violent incidents on school campuses, some public school officials are now strongly considering the use of flexible plastic handcuffs for some out-of-control students. This rule will apply for the kids from kindergarten and up.

So, the Milwaukee School Board has recently voted to begin training security staff members to use these plastic handcuffs. But parents are opposing this issue, and are also concerned about how their children will be provided with safe learning environment.…

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27 Apr

For the past few weeks everyone got shocked and so frightened with the suicide on the Virginia Tech campus. In the ’70s and ’80s you would never even think about it, but now it’s becoming more and more of a problem. The doors at those times were never locked, and the buildings were wide open…but not now. Now it’s too dangerous to act like that. Administrators of the Basehor-Linwood High School conduct sporadic to daily metal detector searches.
This issue is becoming more and more pressing as new notes of violence appear.
Area school administrators say security policies are reviewed on an annual basis. Though some districts review the issue on a monthly and even weekly basis. There was a time when only students at large high schools were subjected to security examinations, such as going through a metal detector, but now everything has changed.
Overall, school principals say that they simply can’t afford to leave the doors unlocked.…

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27 Apr

Although it’s very difficult to believe in, but there are three ways in which we tactically compensate for darkness. First of all, we use the tactical light. Secondly, we allow our eyes to fully adjust. So, when you are working the night watch you learn fairly simple techniques to avoid losing your night vision. These techniques include using a red lens over the report writing light in your police vehicle. Thirdly, we can use an artificial light. The alley lights and your personal flashlight are examples of an artificial light.
The use of night vision equipment is becoming more common nowadays. There are two basic types of night vision, thermal imaging and image intensification. Image intensification will be the best option for streets because thermal imagining essentially sees heat, where image intensification allows you to see all available light.…

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24 Apr

Several weeks ago, Kenton County emergency workers were dispatched to Independence to help search for a missing child. But by the time everyone arrived, it was already dark and it was almost impossible to coordinate the search.
So, the problem about the need of a night vision device was discussed. As a result, by June, the department will have night vision equipment after being awarded a $ 15,500 federal equipment grant. One of the staff members will go to New Orleans for the training.
This will significantly improve the ability to see and work in the dark, and will definitely serve its best for making communities safer, as well as help protect our law enforcement officials and first responders.…

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24 Apr

Last Tuesday was announced that the East Windsor Township has been awarded two grants from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security valued at $21,000. About $18,500 from this sum will go toward the purchase of a thermal imaging camera for the East Windsor Volunteer Fire Co. No. 2 and firefighter training. This portable, handheld device can zoom in on far-away objects or convey temperature levels by sensing heat, not light. It can be used to help detect whether there are still people in a burning building or hidden fire risks like electrical wiring inside a wall.
The fire company also will receive a year of online firefighter training. In addition to thermal Imaging, the township police department will receive a Night Vision System, a handheld device that helps officers see in the dark, valued at $2,500…

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20 Apr

Do you know how people get to places when there was no GPS, or before they became so widespread? Ito be honest with you, I have no idea! GPS is great, and that’s the fact that a lot of people can admit.
California state thinks that GPS is ready to enter a new market. Well, country comissioners have applied to be a part of a pilot program that would monitor all offenders who are released from jail after serving time for gang-related activities.
There is only one county in California that started implementing this project on its own. According to all the information provided, this program is an innovative attempt to solve the problem of all this gang violence, which is quite possible to do.
Last year, for example, California voters enacted the so called Jessica’s Law. It forced all sex offenders to live more than 2,000 feet away from parks and schools. The law also requires that all felony sex offenders for the rest of their lives submit to GPS-based electronic monitoring system. Bracelets will stay on even after sentences are served and parole is over.
GPS systems has also found a home in prison systems across the …

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20 Apr

When going on a hike, or in various other situations carrying normal size tactical flashlights can be a problem for many people. To have a small, compact tactical flashlight that will serve the purposes of emitting bright light as well as being small enough for carrying in pockets or small purses, companies offer mini tactical flashlights. Not only they provide luminescent light, but also are compact enough to be carried around.

Some popular brands which deal in mini flashlights are Streamlight, Pelican, and SureFire.…

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18 Apr

I’m not a pro in this kind of things, because I’m just trying to buy a gift for my friend. So, from my experience, selecting a proper optics for mounting your rifle can be very exhausting. When searching the web, I realized that there are hundreds, thousands, and even millions of models, types, and variations of rifles, and after that goes even a bigger number of riflescopes and holographic sights.
One of the best things I’ve found on the web was the practical guide on how to buy a riflescope. After reading it, I’ve got the idea, and figures out the main steps of how to select it.
There several things you should consider before buying a riflescope, so take a second, and answer them all.

Things to consider:
Will it be used for true professional use?
What will your maximum range be?
How much of your shooting will be at dusk, in low light?
What is the caliber of your rifle?
What are the weight and length of your rifle?
Will it be deployed with an ancillary night vision device?

After that you can surely start your search, because now you’re prepared. Good luck!…

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18 Apr

For many of us, experiencing the richness of our country’s history is done in museums, classrooms, libraries or over the internet. But as our life becomes busier and more advanced, we don’t have enough time and sometimes even energy to appreciate all of it and visit museums and parks. But thanks to advancement in technology and inventing a metal detector, now we all have an opportunity to be part of history, archaeology and anthropology, just by using this magic tool. In any place, either it would be a park, garden, or country field, you have a chance to find a piece of history.

Metal detector is a fun and easy to operate device, so you won’t need any extensive training, just bring your huge smile and loud laughter with you, and everything will be set and ready to go!…

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