K9 bullet proof jacket

February 2003 Security Services & Risk Management

Ballistic Body Armour will be exhibiting a K9 (dog) bullet proof jacket at Securex 2003. The jacket reduces the risk of serious injury for dogs by knife or gun attacks.

Also on display for the first time is a new range of innovative body armour with moisture management. The company's emphasis at Securex this year will be its new range of tactical equipment, low profile body armour and a new range of EOD bomb disposal and demining equipment.

Furthermore, Ballistic Body Armour is challenging various communities to sponsor a K9 bullet proof jacket for their police station dog handlers. For every 10 a community sponsors, the company will donate one to that police station.

For more information contact Ballistic Body Armour, 011 695 8000.





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