ECD/CEW Certified security professionals can reduce the risks
associated with workplace violence by deploying
Electronic Control Devices (ECDs) or Cundected Electrical Weapons (CEW) and utilizing field
proven tactics based on training from more than 14,200
law enforcement agencies worldwide. Now there is an
alternative for armed security professionals. When
firearms are not an option for professional security,
ECD/CEW devices can be the answer as an intermediate
security level. Carry a ECD/CEW device for an advance
level of safety and security. Look to achieve the
level of ECD/CEW Certified Professional Security.
Officers don’t get paid to get hurt.
risks and safety are a growing concern for all Security
Officers. With ECD/CEW, Security Officers have a safer
option to resolve potentially dangerous situations
they may face on a daily basis. Security operations
with deployments of ECD/CEW devices have reported de-escalations
of situations where greater forced would have otherwise
Officer Deserves A Safer Job
The risks associated with wearing
a uniform and enforcing policies and procedures can
be great for every Security Officer. ECD/CEW offers a powerful and safer defense tool to subdue
violent and disruptive individuals who do not respond
to Security Officer Commands. These individuals pose
a threat to the safety and security of business operations
and can be incapacitated from a safe distance without
excessive injury to officer or subject.
Saving Lives and Careers
Due to the unparalleled accountability
of ECD/CEW devices, security operations deploying ECD/CEW systems could report significant drops in violence
in the workplace. Further, the audit capabilities
of ECD/CEW devices make it much easier to defend against
frivolous lawsuits. Several security officers have
reported their careers were saved from baseless allegations
of negligence specifically because the data port downloads
from the ECD/CEW device factually disproved the allegations.
ECD/CEW devices provide effective
personal protection means without the finality of
lethal force when security officers, who deal with
the public community need options to effectively,
manage potentially violent confrontations.