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Please join us on Wednesday, May 25th for our IPCA Hospitality Social!
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KELTEK is thrilled to be attending the 2022 SDPCA/SDSA Spring Conference next week!
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The US Department of Justice announced funding for the 2022 Body-Worn Camera Policy and Implementation Program (BWC PIP).


KELTEK is proud to be attending the 2022 FBINAA IA/NE Spring Conference next week, April 6-8!! Will we be seeing you there? In case you don’t already know us, KELTEK is an experienced provider of public safety vehicle equipment and technology. In business for nearly 25 years, KELTEK has served more than 700 departments and protected over 17,000
Michelle Jensen, President & CEO of Rayser Holdings, Inc., is thrilled to announce that Larry Kolontar has joined KELTEK, Incorporated. Larry will lead KELTEK, Inc. as President of the company. 15 years of experience, working in the automotive, security, and connectivity industries, with a sales-focused mindset. Most recently, Kolontar served as the National Sales Manager
Has your department been looking for a camera system at a lower cost? Right now, the Department of Justice(DOJ) has a body-worn camera program to help communities throughout the Midwest promote officer safety and efficiency by adding or expanding on body worn camera surveillance and evidence gathering. This grant requires a contribution match, for example,
The current crisis we are facing surrounding COVID-19 has healthcare and emergency response teams out of their everyday working environment.  As the number of U.S. COVID-19 cases increase, coronavirus testing centers are popping up in Target, Walgreens, CVS, and Walmart parking lots. These pop-up testing centers are meant to help protect healthcare workers as well
You are in your vehicle for the majority of your day when you work as a police officer or sheriff. The last thing you want is to be uncomfortable, or potentially be put in harm’s way due to equipment placement or failure. The IoT or Internet of Things is growing fast and with that, there
Each year, the federal government awards more than $500 billion in grants. While the government remains the primary source of law enforcement grant funding, additional support is sometimes needed. Private funding is another option.