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In 2016, the Bulletproof Vest Partnership disbursed more than $18.
4033, the Bulletproof Vest Partnership Grant Act of 2000, would provide $50 million in grants to state and local law enforcement agencies each year and ensure that more grants are made available to smaller jurisdictions with populations of 100,000 or less.
Armstrong says he wanted to show appreciation for the risks police officers face -- and encourage more cops to wear bulletproof vests.
They wore bulletproof vests over their jackets, and two of them smelled strongly of liquor.
They hit Andres twice in the chest but he was saved by his bulletproof vest.
The Texas House on Tuesday gave an initial OK to a Senate bill that would supply officers on patrol across the state with bulletproof vests.
Several bulletproof vests, one teargas firing gun, two SMGs, one hand gun, several bullets and a bottle of alcohol were recovered from Gandapur's vehicle, sources said.
A PAKISTANI cafe boss yesterday claimed death threats from religious extremists had forced him to wear a bulletproof vest.
A BOY of 14 was wearing a bulletproof vest and carrying a knife when gardai stopped the car he was driving, a court heard.
The program, launched by the Department of Justice, was authorized by the Bulletproof Vest Grant Partnership Act of 1998.
3 Various terms, such as bulletproof vest, bullet resistant vest, body vest, and body armor, describe a garment specifically designed to protect the wearer from firearm projectiles.
Kelly, a senior at Morse High School, spearheaded the enactment of a state law allowing third-party nonprofit organizations to raise money for the police, and then raised more than $40,000 to purchase a bulletproof vest for every working police dog in Maine.