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Rite In The Rain Field Interview Notebook

Rite In The Rain Field Interview Notebook

Description

Field interview notebook is a public safety officer's best writing tool

Features

  • Miranda Rights printed on the back cover
  • Victim, incident and vehicle information
  • All-weather paper for notes in the field
List Price
$4.45
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$4.01
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Details

Rite in the Rain's 3" X 5" field interview notebook is our most popular public safety notebook. Its convenient size and functional field interview page format make it standard operating equipment for thousands of officers across the country and around the world. Miranda Rights are printed on the back cover. Contains 50 sheets of the F.I. form including incident, victim and vehicle information sections. Black leather or Cordura covers are available.

Notable Specifications:
  • Size - 3" x 5"
  • Page Pattern - Field Interview form
  • Binding - Top wire-o Spiral
  • Cover - Polydura (white)
  • Number of Pages - 100
  • Weight - 0.13 lbs
What's Included:
  • (1) Field interview notebook
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