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2010-12-22 00:01:32

Radar Roy, the retired cop who gave advise on how to beat traffic tickets and sold radar detectors is back in the game and to celebrate his launch of his new radar detector review website, RadarDetector.org he is giving away a brand new Bel STi radar detector.

2010-12-21 00:01:52

Whistler Launches High Performance Remote Radar/Laser Detector w/GPS and Expandable Design Bentonville, AR (PRWEB) December 20, 2010 The Whistler Group, Inc., a leading industry supplier of laser/radar detectors, is introducing an all new design High Performance Remote laser/radar detector with the PRO-3600.

2010-02-02 15:20:00

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2009-07-07 18:40:14

Police in eastern England say a police officer scarecrow wielding a soft drink bottle instead of a radar gun sent the wrong message to drivers. Inspector Dave Buckley of the Norfolk Police said the problem was not the 7-foot police scarecrow greeting motorists on the outskirts of Brancaster, The Daily Telegraph reported.

2009-01-06 04:00:00

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Cobra Electronics (Nasdaq: COBR) announces the launch of its new high performance radar line providing advances in photo enforcement detection, as well as offering enhanced detection capabilities and user friendliness.

2008-12-08 20:38:49

Officials in Southampton, N.Y., want speed-limit signs carrying an image of an officer with a radar gun removed because the pictured item resembles a real gun. Southampton Town Supervisor Linda Kabot said she has asked Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy to order the signs, which were erected by the

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2007-10-25 12:55:00

A retired sheriff's deputy hopes to beat the long odds of the law by setting the performance of a police officer's radar gun against the accuracy of the GPS tracking device he installed in his teenage stepson's car.


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