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Police and Law Enforcement Home  >  Police News  >  New Product Keeps Cops Cool


New Product
Keeps Cops Cool

Police and Law Enforcement News -
Monday, July 9, 2007 9:50 a.m.

( Working the road during warm and hot days can be absolutely miserable.  The end of the shift often means unloading a soggy vest and peeling off a soaked tee shirt.

Those days of ringing out the tee shirts and other garments worn under body armor maybe coming to a close thanks to the ingenuity of a California road cop.


Dubbed the "Cool Cop," this new product focuses on what's under the body armor instead of just the room temperature.

Simply, it's a hose which attaches to the cars air conditioning vent.  The opposite end of the hose is then inserted into the officer's vest below the officer's neck as depicted in the picture below.

According to their website, "CoolCop installs to any vent on all Ford Crown Victorias, the Chevy Impala (up to 2004) and most Ford SUV's and trucks or anything with a 2 1/2" wide A/C vent."

They also offer a version for K-9's.

The devices go for about $50.00 but can apparently be purchased at a discount when ordering larger quantities. 

As of this article, they are available in various police supply stores around the country or can be purchased online from their website.



Police and Law Enforcement News -
Monday, July 9, 2007 9:50 a.m.


New Product Keeps Cops Cool

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