Police departments with a tactical squad know that the stuff you need to bring with needs to be in the right location and easy to grab, but how.
A police department with a large inventory of weapons in their armory might have traditional weapons racks for their weapons storage. But what about small?
Chances are your customers have some kind of locker system for officers to deposit packaged evidence to be processed but what about temporary storage.
Handcuffs are so standard at law enforcement agencies that they’re easily overlooked when it comes to storage.
Let’s face it: storing bikes is a pain. They’re bulky, take up a lot of space, and whether they’re police bikes or property and evidence, there’s never been an efficient way to store them.
Wisconsin State Patrol came to us looking for a better way to store firearms for their Training Academy at Fort McCoy. The existing armory was housed in a long, narrow room, making it awkward to [...]
Police badges are often an overlooked item when it comes to planning storage at a police department – after all, how hard can it be to store something that only takes up a few inches of space? [...]
Most police and sheriff’s departments have a protocol regarding how personnel should store their Tasers or other electroshock weapons while off-duty (typically in a locker room), but many [...]
Since protection dogs need weekly training throughout their careers, departments with canine units usually acquire their own bite suits. Storing those suits can be a problem because bite suits [...]
While police departments rarely need to use riot gear such as shields, helmets, and full body armor, this gear still needs to be stored somewhere — and it’s usually less than efficient to store. [...]