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Tool Invented by Officer Allows Back-Up to Respond More Rapidly

January 15, 2010  | 


The Back-Up Entry Tool prevents an apartment door from locking so that back-up officers can arrive more quickly.

Groves Inc. of Woodstock, Il., introduces the Back-up Entry Tool (B.E.T.)  Invented by a Chicago Police Officer, the B.E.T. allows an officer to hold a locking entry door at a multi-unit building open so that back-up officers can enter without having to be buzzed in. Its automatic clamping feature holds the B.E.T. on to the door, creating a safer alternative to propping the door open with items such as pens, or rolled up newspapers. 

For more information, contact Groves Inc. (800) 991-2120 or visit www.groves.com

 

 

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