High-risk, nighttime situations include many things happening at once: commands, covering your suspect, situational awareness, radio communication, handcuffs, illumination. There’s no time for overreaction or mistakes. Help officers be safer and serve safer through SafeReach. How can your officers be sure and capable when their hands are tied? Putting lighting systems on pistols can help free up officers’ hands during critical and life-changing circumstances.
The SafeReach Program
Officers need three items to remain safe: A flashlight, a firearm and a radio. The problem: officers only have two hands! In high-risk, low-light settings, officers need to be able to illuminate their surroundings, communicate effectively and secure the situation. Officers need to be able to quickly and accurately coordinate between their tools, and one of the best solutions for this situation is to have a lighting system that attaches to their firearms—reducing the stress of coordinating between tools. This is where you can help!
We’re looking to equip 160 Greenville City Police officers with attachable lighting systems. By donating $250 you can help pay for a lighting system for one officer. Our goal is to raise $40,000 for our officers.
(For general donations, click here.)