Photos: Inside Urban Shield, the Convention for Warrior Cops

Where else can you pick up a 3-D printed drone or a flashlight that blinds your target?

Each year, the Alameda County Sheriff's office hosts Urban Shield, a trade show and series of exercises for first responders, primarily police department SWAT teams from around the nation. (Similar events have also been held in Boston and Dallas.) The first two days are taken up by a trade show, where vendors show off gear from armored vehicles to dog-mounted cameras and anatomically correct medical dummies. Mother Jones' Shane Bauer is attending this year's event and has been tweeting some of the highlights.

Here's all the gear that was being hawked:

Some choice quotes, photos, and video from the convention: