Saturday, July 25, 2009

Clothing and Equipment for Security Personnel

Every community, city, state and nation has its own law enforcement force. These people are absolutely necessary to prevent unscrupulous elements from gaining entry and disrupting normal life. Law enforcement personnel need specialized equipment and clothing to perform at the highest efficiency. These equipment are used by private security forces and few individuals who work in public safety field.

I recently came across the website of CHIEF, a dealership which sells over 300 brands of public safety gear and apparel. One of the famous line of apparel they sell is under armour, which has been preferred by Fire, EMS, Law Enforcement and related professionals during the past 30 odd years.

This long stint in the business has given CHIEF the edge and advantage which enables them to price the products competitively, provide excellent customer service, fast delivery and computerized order taking.

Shopping with CHIEF has several advantages such as worry-free ordering via internet, telephone, fax and mail. That is not all if you are not satisfied you can return the product within 90-days for a replacement or refund. If you are in the market for tactical gear or clothing don't bother to search for anything other than CHIEF.

Hectic Summer!!!

It has been over 10 days since I blogged. Not because nothing happened in my life but because too many things have been happening and there has been no time to do anything other than, work, school, home and trying to put together an event plan for a fund-raising bicycle rally for Sankara Eye Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to eradication of curable blindness in India. Hopefully if this event becomes successful then the organization SEF will gain popularity and earn some money which will help open eyes in India.

Meanwhile I found a part time job with a small enterprise, wonder how long this job will last. The previous part time job lasted three months before it got Bangalored. This job will definitely not get Bangalored but in America nothing is permanent. So I don't know how much I can rely upon my job. At least I am glad for one thing, this will help pay for my college fees for fall 2009.

On the education front, things are still uncertain. Though the worst grade I have got is a B (80-90%), the average student here gets an A. I hope at least this fall I will manage to make straight A's and once again make it to the Dean's list. Let us see what is in store for me in the next few months.