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Three police officers racing to the scene of a dispute between a knife-wielding tenant and his landlord struck a utility pole with their Hardwire armored patrol car. Even through the high speed crash, Hardwire's Ballistic Window Inserts and Door Armor Panels stayed tightly in place and intact on both the driver and passenger sides. Both airbags in the Impala Police Cruiser deployed and the officers were said to have suffered minor injuries from the crash.
Watch the video to see the whole story and skip to 1:31 to see the patrol car with Hardwire's...
Hardwire's vehicle armor products are now protecting yet another major city with their innovative design and superior technology derived from advanced military applications. Click the video above to see more.
The Hardwire’s Hard Workers Program is done in conjunction with Pocomoke Middle School. Each month, Hardwire recognizes one employee as its “Hardwire Hard Worker.” Additionally, each month, Pocomoke Middle School recognizes one male and one female as the school’s “Hardwire Hard Workers”. Each student is given a Hardwire t-shirt, gets a photo taken, and has the chance to talk to Hardwire’s leadership and employees about the importance of hard work in being successful in school and later in life. The student recognition takes place on the 15th of each month. ...
Article taken from: amny.com
The NYPD convened Tuesday what the commissioner called a “show and tell” of bullet-resistant glass and doors to be installed on more than 3,800 patrol vehicles.
The bullet-resistant doors will be installed by the end of the year; the windows by the first half of next year, said Mayor Bill de Blasio.
“You saw that material, very high tech material, that absorbs the bullet and literally takes the bullet’s trajectory and uses it against it to stop it dead in its tracks,” de Blasio said inside a classroom...
Article taken from nypost.com
The de Blasio administration is planning to spend $10.4 million to outfit all NYPD patrol cars with bullet-resistant window inserts, according to City Hall officials.
The plan is expected to be announced Tuesday when Mayor de Blasio unveils an $84.7 billion preliminary fiscal 2018 budget — up 3.1 percent from last year’s $82.1 billion preliminary plan.
The NYPD began piloting the inserts in 2016, which protect the back portion of the driver and passenger-side windows....