Equipment Donations from USDSA to Underfunded DepartmentsUSDSA's services are many and varied. We award equipment, free of charge, to under-funded departments.
Combat Sports International
The USDSA is working directly with Combat Sports International with the donation of training pads to agencies for their continued defensive tactics and use-of-force training programs.
The USDSA is working directly with Z-Medica to donate their belt trauma kits to law enforcement officers. These belt packs have rubber gloves, CPR mask, Swat-T tourniquet, and QuickClot Combat Gauze for emergency on hand first aid needs for themselves or another until EMS can arrive.
The USDSA is working directly with CMI-Intoxilyzer to donate their Preliminary Breath Tester's (PBTs) to help law enforcement combat drunk driving and for use with underage drinking campaigns.
Benedict College Police Department, South Carolina
The USDSA awarded the Benedict College Police Department with a Ballistic Entry Shield and Ballistic Helmets for their response team.
Lyndon Police Department, Kansas
The USDSA awarded the Lyndon Police Department with Tactical Flashlights, Drug Identification Test Kits, and a Preliminary Breath Tester (PBT) for DUI enforcement.
Alexander County Sheriff's Office, Illinois
The USDSA awarded the Alexander County Sheriff’s Office with Preliminary Breath Testers (PBT’s) for their continued efforts to combat drunk driving and underage drinking.
Chester Police Department, South Carolina
The USDSA awarded the Chester Police Department with Emergency Belt Trauma Kits for all of their officers.
Webbers Falls Police Department, Oklahoma
The USDSA awarded the Webbers Falls Police Department with Ballistic Vests, Emergency Belt Trauma Kits, and Drug Identification Test Kits. Pictured at left are Chief Ruiz and Assistant Chief Crittenden with some of the donated items.
Coweta Police Department, Oklahoma
The USDSA awarded the Coweta Police Department with Emergency Belt Trauma Kits for all of the their officers.
Lincoln County Sheriff's Office, Kentucky
The USDSA awarded the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office with Preliminary Breath Tester’s (PBT’s) and a Ballistic Vest for a deputy in need.