The PSM Group is comprised of independent, non-competing, quality driven manufacturers working together to generate ideas, reduce costs, and foster innovation. We will help to bring product excellence, business integrity, personalized service, and strong, stable long-term relationships to our end user and distribution network customers, both now, and well into the future.
We are teaming together to share resources and reduce costs with the goal of helping our companies and our dealers to continue to "survive and thrive" in this very competitive marketplace.
Although October is Breast Cancer awareness month, there are many walks and benefits that occur throughout the year where law enforcement professionals can show they care by wearing pink. Our Breast Cancer product line was developed to raise money for, and bring awareness to, the fight against cancer. The line has been a tremendous success!
Visit our website, www.blackinton.com, to learn more about our Breast Cancer Awareness Badges & Insignia.
As part of this initiative Blackinton® is donates 10% of sales to Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation and the Firefighter Cancer Support Network.
Pictured on the right is the Miami Police Department showing off their pink Blackinton® badges.
This month Bates launches Strike, two tactical leather boots, that feature Bates new Endurance Performance System. Both the 6” and 8” boot are waterproof, breathable, stylish, and offer this new comfort technology. The Endurance Performance System is made up of four parts. First, there is a dual density footbed with memory foam that provides support and cushion. Second, the dual density EVA mitigates shock and redistributes pressure for lasting comfort. Next is an insole with a nylon shank to add support and stability. Lastly, there is a durable outsole that is slip resistant and designed for traction and stability.
In addition to the Strike product, other popular spring styles include Bates Code 6 Collection. This line features the lightest and most breathable boots Bates offers in a 4”, 6” and 8” version. Another customer favorite is the durable and dependable Velocitor. The Velocitor comes in two styles, a black leather lace up and waterproof side-zip version.
For more information on these boots and to see all the styles that Bates offers visit www.batesfootwear.com.
DamascusGear™ realizes the current threats surrounding LE agents and officers across the globe. Our mission is to create products that protect these agents from serious dangers during riots, protests, and acts of violence. The DamascusGear™ line now features three full riot protective suits to serve your protection needs. Click the links below for more information. We have also included brochures below with more information on each suit. Please contact us to discuss purchasing options for your department or agency. Protect what matters most.
|FlexForce™ Riot Control Suit||DFX2™ Riot Control Kit||Imperial™ Riot Control Kit|
April showers are no match for Bates waterproof boots. Bates has a large selection of wet weather gear that offers the protection you need to stay dry on the job. You can get your hands on an assortment of Bates waterproof styles at the upcoming NAUMD Convention & Expo in Orlando, Florida, April 12-14. Stop by Bates booth 206 to see a variety of waterproof styles including:
2268 – GX–8 Gore-Tex Side Zip
2276 – GX–8 Composite Toe Side Zip
2900 – Delta 9 Gore-Tex Side Zip
3135 – 8″ Durashocks Lace To Toe
4034 – Velocitor Side Zip
4276 – GX–8 Composite Toe Side Zip
6610 – Code 6 Multicam
7008 – Strike 8″ Side Zip
For more information on these styles including features and benefits, visit www.batesfootwear.com.
You can also find a local dealer at the above website. Thank you for your support.
Strong Leather introduced a line of RFID shielded badge & credential cases in 2012. We have now expanded that line to not only offer affordable imported options, but also high quality U.S.A. Made versions to fit any budget.
Many credit and smart card ID’s have RFID chips embedded in them that contain your personal and departmental information. Our RFID signal blocking lining is approved by the Federal Government to block transmissions and help prevent identity theft.
Contact your local dealer or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ENFORCER 6000 has an unmatched flexibility, ultra-light carry weight and a superior ballistic performance when compared to competing IIIA/NIJ .06 models on the market. The 6000 series stands up against over (27) enhanced Special Threat Rounds and weighs in at less than < 1 lb. per square foot.
The OUTLAST fabric carrier option now offers the officer a Cool Down feature on their core when the officer’s body temperature increases during a chase or just throughout their duties on the shift. These (2) items together offer an unmatched level of ballistic performance and a superior level of ballistic vest comfort while on the job.
CLICK THESE LINKS below to learn more about how the 6000 and OUTLAST can bring comfort and unparalleled ballistic performance to your department:
6000 Series Armor: http://usarmor.com/products/concealable/enforcer-6000
Outlast Carrier Options: http://usarmor.com/products/concealable/outlast
This is a three pack crew sock that is available in black and white.
- 88% Cotton, 11% Nylon and 1% Spandex
- Cotton half cushion comfort
- Reinforced toe and heel
- Ribbed stay-up top for a secure and comfortable fit
- Smooth toe seams for all day comfort
- Made in the USA
- Bates Strike Boots w/ Endurance Performance System June 1, 2015
- Visit Peerless Handcuffs at PSE 2015 June 1, 2015
- Law Enforcement Breast Cancer Awareness Badges and Insignia May 3, 2015
- Bates Strike Boots w/ Endurance Performance System May 3, 2015
- DamascusGear™ Riot Protective Suits May 1, 2015
- BATES WATERPROOF FOOTWEAR March 31, 2015
- View the Strong Product Catalog March 1, 2015
- NEW “MADE IN THE USA” STRONG RFID SHIELD WALLETS March 1, 2015
Recent PSM Group Winners
- June 2015
Jonathan Emery from La Luz, NM
Otero Co. Sheriff's Office
- May 2015
Steven Stevenson from Santa Maria, CA
Federal Bureau Of Prisons
- April 2015
Mailyn Ayala from Sebring, FL
Highlands County Sheriff's Office
- March 2015
Glenn Scott from Mount Vernon, NY
Mt. Vernon Police Department
- February 2015
Chris Brickell from Brandon, VT
Brandon Police Department
- January 2015
David M Dalton from Medford, OR
Jackson County Sheriff's
- December 2014
Rodney Singer from Arlington, VA
Arlington County Sheriff's
- November 2014
Scotty Richards from Pavo, GA
Thomas County Sheriff's
- October 2014
Craig Schanbel from Martinez, CA
- September 2014
Robert Liner from Columbia, SC
Forest Acres Police Department
- August 2014
Kirk L. Powell from Taylorsville, UT
Unified Police Department
- July 2014
Sal Carmona from Harlingen, TX
Harlingen Police Department
- June 2014
Tyler J. Kalnik from Ford City, PA
PA State Constable
- May 2014
David Martin from Marshfield, MO
Missouri Dept. of Corrections
- Audio: 911 calls describe harrowing scene after La. theater shooting July 30, 2015
- How to keep officers safe with Nighthawk remote tire deflation and retraction devices July 30, 2015
- LAPD chief visits with community after flare of violence July 30, 2015
- Pittsburgh police chief says he expects to unveil new programs to reduce violence July 30, 2015
- Off-duty NY cop shot in attempted carjacking July 30, 2015