UNIT Solutions recently hired National Technical Systems (NTS), an independent third party testing company, to conduct glass and skin penetration testing for its TTS4 platform training rifle.
In a profession where repetitive training is paramount, UNIT's TTS4 allows police and military more freedom to train whenever and wherever an opportunity arises.
The detailed process of forecasting ammunition for military training can be cumbersome and distract from the conduct of the training.
By using the TTS4 training platform, soldiers can circumvent many support tasks, allowing for more time to be focused on the actual training.
UNIT Solutions’ new force-on-force and CQB training system helps protect our officers, soldiers and the environment.
The TTS4 drastically reduces the requirements for military training by removing lengthy lead times and arduous paperwork to conduct a training event.
The TTS4 drastically expands the settings in which law enforcement can train for force-on-force and decision making scenarios.
In response to the recent tragic shooting in an Orlando night club, UNIT Solutions' Executive Vice President and former Homeland Security Chief Ted Sexton has stressed vigilance and cooperation between federal, state and local law enforcement agencies.
The TTS4 offers competitive advantages over existing systems including cost, accessibility, realism and safety.
With the rise in incidents of active shooters and terroristic threats, it is important to remember that the first responders are often state and local law enforcement.
Gaps, challenges, and communication are becoming increasingly important words when considering the career survival of both executives and line officers alike.
Patrol officers need better options to keep themselves and the public safe in today's policing environment.
The rise of social media has provided law enforcement with a watershed moment for how their actions are perceived and shaping public opinion.
Published in the January/February issue of Sheriff & Deputy, UNIT Solutions' Executive Vice President Ted Sexton examines the shifting paradigm in policing through the lens of his own personal experiences.
Executive Vice President Ted Sexton offers his take on the recent use-of-force incidents in Tuscaloosa.
Law enforcement can benefit by being proactive in building bridges with civilian oversight boards.
With law enforcement increasingly dealing with the mentally ill, how can we keep our officers and communities safer.
It's important for law enforcement, policy makers and the public to continue the dialog on police reform.
Through UNIT Solutions new Career Survival workshop, we are continuing the conversation about the future of policing.
It's important for us not to get lost in the rhetoric when discussing policing, and focus on rebuilding the relationship between cops and the community.
Law enforcement professionals should become active participants in dialogue regarding police community relationship.
By investing time and financial resources into better training for law enforcement, cities can help prevent expensive settlements for misconduct.
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