Product Press Releases
December 10, 2014
Pennsylvania State Police Select ASP Triad USB
As New Duty Issue Light
November 13, 2013
The United States Department of Defense Chooses the SOF® Tactical Tourniquet-Wide
From Tactical Medical Solutions
The United States Department of Defense ordered 30,000 SOF Tactical Tourniquets-Wide from Tactical Medical Solutions Inc. for soldiers operating in Afghanistan. This commanding order comes on the heels of a multi-year/multi-million dollar blanket contract with the Defense Logistics Agency.
“The U.S. military has been using the SOF TT-W tourniquet for years. Their choice to move it into a priority position solidifies the SOF TT-W as the tourniquet of choice for American men and women in uniform,” says CEO Ross Johnson.
Tactical Medical Solutions Inc. is a global developer and manufacturer of medical supplies for combat and tactical medicine.
January 24, 2013
The Tactical Medical Solutions "ARK" Is Put Into Service By The Colerain Police Department & The Northwest Local School District In Cincinnati, OH
November 2, 2011
National Presto Acquires ALS Technologies
It’s not just school officials who are concerned about what can happen inside school buildings and how to respond to threats.
Colerain Township police officers have done threat assessments for all of the Northwest Local School District’s buildings and many private school administrators have consulted with police as they determine policies for their buildings.
Police Chief Dan Meloy said police have helped identify media, command, staging and family meeting locations in the event of incidents at all of the buildings. Classroom numbers are visible from the outside of the building for first responders. All of the assessments are sent to the FBI Southern Ohio Joint Terrorism Task Force.
Local businesses have also invested in school security. Meloy distributed first responder backpacks, bought with donations from area businesses, at the Jan. 15 meeting. The pack is filled with small first-aid kits that would help treat bullet wounds or other injuries, which officers can drop for victims they encounter as they move through a building in pursuit of an intruder.
Eau Claire, Wisconsin (November 2, 2011) — National Presto Industries, Inc. (NYSE: NPK) announced today that its Defense segment has purchased the assets of ALS Technologies, Inc., a small Arkansas, manufacturer of less than lethal ammunition. Products include smoke and tear gas grenades, specialty impact munitions, diversionary devices and stun munitions, support accessories like launchers and gas masks, as well as training for the use of its products. Current year sales are estimated to be $7.5 million. The products are sold primarily to law enforcement and corrections facilities.
October 19, 2011
T3 Motion, Inc. Announced The Launch Of The T3 Non-Lethal Response Vehicle
The T3 Non-lethal Response Vehicles feature two guns with capability to shoot 700 non-lethal rounds a minute per gun
COSTA MESA, Calif., Oct. 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- www.t3motion.com -- T3 Motion, Inc. (NYSE AMEX: TTTM) T3 Motion, Inc. today announced the launch of the T3 Non-Lethal Response Vehicle (NLRV), designed specifically to provide law enforcement with humane and safe initiatives used during riots and violent protests. This new product line is designed with proven T3 technologies in mind, featuring the identical acute maneuverability, clean-technology and 24-hour patrol capabilities that T3 Motion products are known for. The T3 NLRV will be unveiled at the International Association of Chiefs of Police conference in Chicago on October 23.
The T3 NLRV's effectiveness for humane crowd control is based on a threefold approach. Semi-automatic, non-lethal launchers will be stowed away and are easily accessed by the officer in the event of a violent outbreak. The launchers will be compatible with various types of non-lethal ammunition including pepper balls, water balls, dye markers or rubber projectiles, none of which would seriously injure rioters. Each vehicle can store up to 10,000 rounds, allowing for long deployments that could not be achieved by an officer on foot. High-intensity LED deterrent strobe lights, specifically designed to deter a disorderly crowd, are incorporated into the vehicle. These deterrent lights provide long-life LED operation with low energy consumption and were designed with Whelen Engineering. The vehicle is equipped with a riot shield to physically protect the officer from crowds.
"T3 Motion continues to provide solutions for the modern day law enforcement agency. The T3 NLRV incorporates the core of T3 technologies, capitalizing on our flagship stand-up platform to expand the T3 Series ESV line," stated Ki Nam, T3 Motion CEO. "As the number of global riots and protests increase, law enforcement agencies are adjusting tactical responses to humanely and effectively restore the peace and control the crowd. The T3 NLRV offers agencies the tools to swiftly take control of the situation while preserving the safety of citizens and police departments alike."
The T3 NLRV launch is on the heels of its mobile T3 Automated License Plate Recognition System (ALPR) announced in June of this year. The T3 ALPR automatically scans license plates at a rate up to 7,500 vehicles per hour, notifying the officer of a wanted plate in seconds and providing agencies with real-time knowledge and post-action criminal intelligence.
T3 Motion's flagship product, the T3 Series Electric Stand-up Vehicle, has been on the market since 2006 and is known worldwide as a cost-effective, clean-technology tactical vehicle. T3 NLRV model utilizes proven T3 technologies known for easy operation, maneuverability and cost-effectiveness, but is specifically designed for larger crowds with stronger response requirements. Currently, T3 ESVs are deployed at over 180 law enforcement agencies in over 30 countries worldwide.
To watch the T3 NLRV in action, refer to T3 Motion's YouTube Channel, T3MotionTV.
T3 NLRV Features:
·High-intensity LED deterrent light -- up to 40,000 lumens
· 700 rounds per minute non-lethal shooting capabilities
· High-capacity air tanks with up to 10,000 round shooting capability
· PA system
· Riot Shield
· High-capacity, swappable batteries
· Video recording capability
· Puncture-proof tires
· Fast, mobile and agile
About T3 Motion, Inc.
T3 Motion, Inc. (AMEX: TTTM) revolutionized the world of personal mobility with the introduction of their flagship electric T3 Series law enforcement vehicles at the International Association of Chiefs of Police conference held in October 2006. Headquartered in Orange County, California, T3 Motion, Inc. is dedicated to raising the bar on environmental standards and law enforcement and security capabilities in personal mobility technology. For more information, visit www.t3motion.com.
September 26, 2011
Gloucester Township, NJ
Man Threatens Officers With Meat Cleaver
During A Domestic Dispute
On September 26, 2011 at 2:53 pm, the Gloucester Township Police responded to a residence in the unit block of Kendrick Avenue for report of a domestic dispute with family members. Upon arrival, officers were advised that a male was inside the residence and had been arguing with family members. Officers attempted to enter the home and were confronted by the man, who threatened them while holding a large "meat cleaver"and a metal pipe. The suspect then barricaded himself inside of the residence.
The Gloucester Township Police Special Response Team (SWAT) and Crisis Negotiation Team responded and attempted to make contact with the suspect over several hours. During this time, to help ensure the safety of police and the suspect, a robot was deployed in attempt to locate the male with negative results.
A short time later, the male was then observed in a bedroom of the home laying on the ground and potentially disoriented with numerous edged weapons within his reach. While still not responding to police requests and concerned for his welfare, SWAT officers made entry into the home. They located the suspect in a 2nd floor bedroom in which he barricaded and screwed the door shut. The male refused to comply and show his hands with the weapons still along side of him.
He was then struck with Pepperball projectiles that allowed officers the opportunity to safely take the male into custody without injury. These "pepper powder" filled projectiles are deployed from a Pepperball Launching System, which is a less lethal chemical agent delivery system that uses high pressure air launchers to deliver projectiles from a distance.
The Gloucester Township Police have long believed in the value for law enforcement with this less lethal system providing another force option to save lives including the life of the officers involved and the subjects involved in this incident.