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TASER Introduces Standard Issue Grant Program

April 14, 2015  | 

TASER International's new Standard Issue Grant Program is designed to help make full deployments of the company's weapons, cameras, or both more affordable. It provides up to $400 per officer in grants when an agency makes TASER Smart Weapons or Axon technologies standard issue.

Grant amounts vary depending on the accompanying warranty or plan:

  • Smart Weapon or Axon camera with extended warranty: $100 per officer
  • Smart Weapon or Axon camera with TASER Assurance Plan enrollment: $200 per officer
  • Officer Safety Plan enrollment: $400 per officer

Even if your agency already has Smart Weapons or Axon cameras for a portion of its officers, you may still receive grant dollars for new equipment if it brings the total number of weapons or cameras being issued equal to a full deployment.

The grant application process will be completed with your TASER sales representative, and will include a review of your purchase history (if applicable), a verification of your agency's current number of sworn officers, and a determination of any unique contract conditions.

There are no agency size requirements. Whether your agency has three sworn officers or three thousand, you can take advantage of this grants program.

For more information visit http://info.taser.com/sig.html.

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