Patrol Officer’s Pocket Trauma Kit with Holster

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List Price: $25.99
Sale Price: $25.99
(as of 01/19/2018 03:16 UTC - Details)

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Product Description

During the Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (ALERRT) Conference in San Marcos, TX, company president Phil Carey visited with a number of different department members who stated they were keenly aware of the need for all officers to have some sort of Self Aid / Buddy Aid kit when entering the hot zone. Current department cutbacks made it cost prohibitive to look at even the most basic trauma kits that Rescue Essentials offers for individual patrol officers. Phil went to work with his team to come up with an affordable solution to this problem. After three rounds of modifications based on officers who tested the kit, we are now offering the Patrol Officer Pocket Trauma Kit (POPTK) pictured above, priced at $17.95. Here's the way it works- The SWAT-T® is a cost efficient and effective tourniquet, especially in a buddy aid situation. When combined with the Z-Pack dressing that can be packed into a penetrating injury, the SWAT-T® does double duty as a very impressive compression bandage, and duct tape provides the ability to hold dressings or even improvised chest seals. These items come vacuum packed and can be easily and quickly removed, allowing rapid treatment. Imagine being able to outfit a 100 man department with individual trauma kits for less than $1800! It is no longer necessary to send officers into the hot zone without the simplest of tools to save their life, or the life of their fellow officer. Order one for a sample today and see for yourself. Dimensions: 3.75"W x 5"H x 2"D (vacuum sealed) Weight: 6.5 oz


  • The Patrol Officer Pocket Trauma Kit includes:
  • 1 SWAT-T® Tourniquet
  • 1 Z-Pak Gauze Dressing, Z-Folded
  • 1 Pair Nitrile Gloves
  • 1 3 ft Duct Tape

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