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.
Jarrell Police Department, Texas
The USDSA awarded the Jarrell Police Department with Ballistic Body Armors.
Cedar Bluff Police Department, Virginia
The USDSA awarded the Cedar Bluff Police Department with Tactical Flashlights and a Preliminary Breath Tester for combating drunk driving and underage drinking.
Braceville Township Police Department, Ohio
The USDSA awarded the Braceville Township Police Department with a Preliminary Breath Tester for combating drunk driving and underage drinking.
Campbell County Sheriff's Office, South Dakota
The USDSA awarded the Campbell County Sheriff's Office with Ballistic Body Armors. Pictured are Deputy Perman, Sheriff Perman, and Deputy Williams-Ponto.
Kingman Police Department, Kansas
The USDSA awarded the Kingman Police Department with training mats for continued defensive tactics training. Pictured is Officer Ontiveros with a training mat.
Major County Sheriff's Office, Oklahoma
The USDSA awarded the Major County Sheriff's Office with Emergency Belt Trauma Kits for their officers and a Preliminary Breath Tester for combating drunk driving and underage drinking.
Fulton Police Department, Mississippi
The USDSA awarded the Fulton Police Department with Emergency Belt Trauma Kits for their officers.