Photos: Visit the IACP 2022 exhibit hall

Here's a sampling of the products on display at this year's IACP annual conference


By Police1 Staff

The exhibit hall at the IACP annual conference is like none other. Here you will find the newest products and technologies serving law enforcement showcased through hands-on exhibits, live demonstrations and educational displays. With more than 600 exhibitors, every police product category is represented, from tactical gear to mobile technology to incident command vehicles, and much more!

Here's just a glimpse of some of the products that were on display at this year's IACP conference:

The IACP exhibit hall offers attendees the opportunity to walk through and see incident command vehicles up close. (Photo/Greg Friese)
Setina Manufacturing Company produces law enforcement vehicle equipment for agencies worldwide. (Photo/Greg Friese)
Vehicles from police agencies local to the Dallas area were on display. (Photo/Greg Friese)
Vehicles from police agencies local to the Dallas area were on display. (Photo/Greg Friese)
Terradyne is home to the GURKHA lineup of tactical armored vehicles. (Photo/Greg Friese)
Frontline Communications’ large mobile command vehicles range in sizes from 35’ self-propelled units to 53’ trailers. (Photo/Nancy Perry)
Airbus had a Metropolitan Nashville Police Department helicopter on display. (Photo/Greg Friese)
RECON bikes are fitted with an electric motor, lithium-ion battery, and an LCD control to harness the power. The motor can be utilized as much or as little as riders prefer. (Photo/Greg Friese)
Trikke Professional Mobility is a US-based manufacturer and distributor of rugged professional-grade personal patrol vehicles with a 3-wheel cambering design for efficiently moving around. (Photo/Nancy Perry)
The WRAP Safety Restraint by Safety Restraints, Inc. enables a subject to be restrained comfortably in an upright and seated position for respiratory recovery. (Photo/Nancy Perry)
Motorola Solutions showcased several public safety technology advancements that support a mobile-first approach to preparing officers with the information they need to make the best and safest decisions. (Photo/Nancy Perry)
Dell Technologies demonstrated the FocusCalm headband that calms your mind with guided meditations, games and expert content. (Photo/Nancy Perry)
While ALPR is at the core of Jenoptik's product portfolio, the company also provides a diverse range of applications such as average speed enforcement, vehicle monitoring, red light violations and tolling. (Photo/Nancy Perry)
VLS is a service-connected disabled veteran small business that provides digital forensic lab services including an Electronic Storage Detection K9 (ESD K9) service to assist investigators to locate and identify obscure, hidden and covert electronic devices and digital evidence. (Photo/Nancy Perry)
Police1 columnist Sergeant (Ret.) Robert Bemis, currently the director of training at Wrap Reality, was demonstrating this virtual reality training solution for law enforcement and corrections. (Photo/Nancy Perry)
FirstNet, built with AT&T, showcased its wireless communications ecosystem built with and for first responders. (Photo/Nancy Perry)

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