The police cannot protect their communities if they cannot get to the scene of the problem. They cannot properly focus on de-escalating a situation and prioritizing life if their own safety is at risk. They cannot defend themselves against accusations of wrongdoing captured on video by hostile bystanders (sometimes edited to slant the story) and often promoted bias outlets. The PSR3 addresses each and every one of these unique challenges. Whether the mission is to recuse an injured person in the middle of a riot, retrieve a downed officer under threat of gunfire, approach an armed suicidal subject, or immediately extinguish the work of an arsonist during anarchy, the PSR3 is the first choice in considering a response.
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