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Save Money with LED Dual Color Technology

Posted by on Jul 22, 2014 in Traffic Advisors | 0 comments

Save Money with LED Dual Color Technology

When LED technology was introduced to the market, everyone was impressed with the technologies ability to increase visibility on the road. In addition to brightness, LEDs also last longer and require little to no maintenance after installed properly. Another great bonus associated with LED light bulbs is the ability to create dual color technology. Not only is dual color technology impressive, but it also allows you to save money and space when creating the perfect emergency vehicle light set-up. What is Dual Color Technology?   The most...

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Buy LED Dash Lights for POVs at 911 Signal USA

Posted by on Jul 21, 2014 in LED Dash Lights | 0 comments

Our online catalog is overflowing with high-quality LED emergency vehicle lights, sirens, and accessories. The most popular category in our inventory is our dash lights. To learn more about our dash lighting, check out the information below. All of the emergency lighting featured in this blog can be purchased at affordable prices in our online store. The Witel Dash Light from 911 Signal USA The Witel dash light is the most popular in this category, especially with volunteers. At a price of just $72.96, you can’t afford not to have this...

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Shots Fired at Undercover Officer – Arrests Made

Posted by on Jul 20, 2014 in Latest News | 0 comments

Shots Fired at Undercover Officer – Arrests Made

According to The Delaware News Journal, a third suspect has been arrested in correlation with shots fired at an undercover officer. The arrest come after a July 7th shooting involving an undercover officer. Three Suspects Arrested for Firing Shots at an Undercover Officer Three individuals have been arrested for firing shots at an undercover officer. Arrested suspects include Troy Faison, 26, Sirair Bailey, 24, and Edward Jackson, 21. Faison and Bailey were arrested and charged with attempted murder right after the shooting and Jackson was...

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K9 Officer Attacked by Man Wielding Knife

Posted by on Jul 17, 2014 in Police lights | 0 comments

K9 Officer Attacked by Man Wielding Knife

On July 13, 2014, a San Diego man was shot and killed after threatening police and attacking a police dog with a machete. Before shooting the suspect, police attempted to subdue the suspect with stun guns to no avail. Police Responded to a Call of an Erratic Man Police were called to a City Heights apartment in San Diego in response to a call of a man behaving erratically. The suspect Ja Ma Lo Day, 21, was reportedly threatening his family with a knife. When police responded to the incident, the suspect refused to drop his weapon and...

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EMS Issues while using Emergency Lights

Posted by on Jul 16, 2014 in Ambulance lights | 0 comments

EMS Issues while using Emergency Lights

If you are an EMS driver or other first responder on the road, you have probably experienced drivers ignoring your emergency lights on the road. Not only is this practice frustrating, but it’s extremely dangerous and punishable by law in most states in the United States. Drivers who Ignore Emergency Lights make Paramedics Jobs More Difficult Paramedics already have a tough job. Simply not knowing what each day, shift, or call will be is enough to put anyone on edge. Adding to the difficulty is drivers who ignore ambulance lights. When...

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No Police Lights needed to Stop Uber Car Driver

Posted by on Jul 13, 2014 in Police lights | 0 comments

No Police Lights needed to Stop Uber Car Driver

The chief executive of Convene, Ryan Simonetti, was recently involved in a dramatic chase against his will while using the popular car service Uber in Washington, D.C. Simonetti and two colleagues were in a vehicle that went on a 10-minute chase through Washington, D.C. Reportedly the driver of the car was trying to desperately escape a taxi inspector who refused to give up. Uber Driver barely missed Other Vehicles on the Road In a desperate attempt to avoid the taxi inspector, the Uber car service driver barely missed other vehicles on the...

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Tow Truck Drivers Encourage Traffic to Move Over

Posted by on Jul 8, 2014 in Tow Truck Lights | 0 comments

Tow Truck Drivers Encourage Traffic to Move Over

In most states, drivers must move over for emergency vehicles using emergency lights and/or sirens. In Minnesota and Wisconsin, move over laws also apply to tow truck drivers. In an initiative to educate more drivers about the law, tow truck drivers are encourage traffic to move over for emergency vehicles and their tow trucks too. Tow Truck Drivers Often have Close Calls on the Job As you can imagine, tow truck drivers have many close calls on the job. These  skilled drivers are called out in any type of weather at any time of day. Tow truck...

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Summer Heat increases Crime in most Areas

Posted by on Jul 4, 2014 in Latest News | 0 comments

Summer Heat increases Crime in most Areas

In most areas as the summer heat increases, so does crime. Many studies have shown that summertime is a dangerous time for law enforcement as a result of an increase in crime. Specifically, a study by James Alan Fox, a Northeastern criminology professor found violent crime peaks the highest when temps hit the mid 80s. Interestingly, this same study showed that violent crime begins to dip when temps soar into the 90s. Oppressive Heat Keeps more People Inside According to James Alan Fox, the fact that violent crime declines in extremely hot...

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