Equipment Donations from USDSA to Underfunded DepartmentsUSDSA's services are many and varied. We award equipment, free of charge, to under-funded departments.
Volunteer Schoharie County Tactical & Rescue Force, New York
The USDSA awarded the Volunteer Schoharie County Tactical & Rescue Force with 15 Traffic Safety Vests, 6 Tactical Flashlights, and 2 Vehicle First Aid Kits.
Port Hueneme Police Department, California
The USDSA awarded the Port Hueneme Police Department a Preliminary Breath Tester (PBT), 10 Traffic Safety Vests, and 10 Tactical Flashlights.
South Carolina Training Officer's Association, South Carolina
The USDSA sent 6 safety equipment packages which were awarded to training officers who were in attendance of this years conference. The conference brought in 65 training officers from across the state of South Carolina.
Kiowa Police Department, Kansas
Pictured are members of the Kiowa Police Department with the equipment donated to them by the USDSA. The donated items were a Preliminary Breath Tester (PBT), 3 Traffic Safety Vests, and a Vehicle First Aid Kit.
Geary County Sheriff's Department, Kansas
The USDSA donated six ballistic vests to deputies from the Geary County Sheriff's Department in Kansas.
Kentucky Constables Association, Kentucky
The USDSA donated a large number of traffic safety vests to the Kentucky Constables Association for dispersement to their members.
Newton County Sheriff's Department, Arkansas
The USDSA awarded the Newton County Sheriff's Department two PBTs and seven traffic safety vests for all of their officers.
Rush County Sheriff's Department, Kansas
The USDSA awarded the Rush County Sheriff's Department with two ballistic vests.
Bentley Police Department, Kansas
Pictured are USDSA Executive Director Mike Willis with Chief Clarence Lundry of the Bentley Police Department in Kansas. The USDSA awarded this department traffic safety vests, tactical flashlights, and a vehicle first aid kit.
Okfuskee County Sheriff's Department, Oklahoma
The USDSA awarded the Okfuskee County Sheriff's Department in Oklahoma tactical flashlights and a convex safety shield for their detention facility.