Equipment Donations from USDSA to Underfunded DepartmentsUSDSA's services are many and varied. We award equipment, free of charge, to under-funded departments.
Lauderdale County Sheriff's Department, Mississippi
The USDSA awarded the Lauderdale Sheriff's Department a Preliminary Breath Tester, Emergency Belt Trauma Kits, Traffic Safety Vests, and some Tactical Flashlights to assist them with their mission to serve the public. Pictured with the donated items are Deputy Jacob Mathis on the left and Deputy Joseph Mathis on the right.
Boley Police Department, Oklahoma
The USDSA awarded the Boley Police Department with three ballistic vests for their officers.
Barber County Sheriff's Department, Kansas
The USDSA awarded the Barber County Sheriff's Department with two Preliminary Breath Testers (PBT) for their continuing campaign against drunk drivers and underage drinking.
Tunica Police Department, Mississippi
The USDSA awarded the Tunica Police Department with Emergency Belt Trauma First Aid Kits for their officer's.
Gore Police Department, Oklahoma
The USDSA awarded the Gore Police Department with a Preliminary Breath Tester (PBT), traffic safety vests, vehicle first aid kits, and tactical flashlights.
Crab Orchard Police Department, Kentucky
The USDSA awarded the Crab Orchard Police Department with a Preliminary Breath Tester (PBT) for the their efforts to combat drunk driving and under age drinking.
Woodson County Sheriff's Department, Kansas
The USDSA awarded the Woodson County Sheriff's Department with Traffic safety vests, Emergency Belt Trauma Kits, and some Tactical Flashlights. Pictured is Sheriff Anthony Bauer with some of the donated equipment.
Rosiclare Police Department, Illinois
The USDSA awarded a Preliminary Breath Tester to the Rosiclare Police Department for their continuing efforts to combat drunk drivers and 6 Traffic Safety Vests for their officers safety.
Russell County Sheriff's Department, Georgia
The USDSA awarded Emergency Belt Trauma Kits to the Russell County Sheriff's Department in Georgia. Pictured are some of the Deputies at a recent training course on the proper use of these medical kits.
South Carolina Training Officer's Association, South Carolina
The USDSA presented safety equipment packages which were awarded to departmental training officers who were in attendance. This years conference had 72 city, county, and state trainers from across the state of South Carolina.