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Body Armor: Protecting Those Who Serve

July 17, 2012

To date, only 60% of agencies require officers to don body armor on duty. In an effort to increase those numbers and ultimately save lives, the Bulletproof Vest Partnership, which reimburses up to 50% of a vest's purchase price, now requires agencies receiving funds to have a written mandatory wear policy for uniformed patrol officers.

DuPont Supports Federal Ballistic-Vest Funding

March 22, 2012
DuPont Protection Technologies submitted testimony to Congress supporting the renewal of the Bulletproof Vest Partnership Act (BVPA) grant program for law enforcement agencies.

DuPont Establishes $500M Kevlar Facility in S.C.

October 28, 2011
DuPont has established its $500 million Cooper River Kevlar facility near Charleston, S.C., to allow DuPont to meet increased customer demand for its advanced protective materials that are incorporated into police body armor and other applications.

Safariland Adopts DuPont Kevlar XPT Technology

January 26, 2011
The new body armor (MN01 Type IIIA) is a thin, flexible design that features a hybrid of DuPont Kevlar advanced-fiber ballistic materials. The combination of these materials, which includes DuPont Kevlar XPT, provides enhanced ballistic performance against special threats such as FN 5.7x28mm hollow point bullets.

Tychem ThermoPro

April 1, 2008
DuPont’s Tychem ThermoPro combines the chemical protection of Tychem and thermal protection of NOMEX in a single-layer garment. It's designed to help provide Hazmat responders with permeation protection against a broad range of toxic industrial chemicals and chemical warfare agents and to increase escape time from flash fires.
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