Chicago School System Orders Security Equipment From NOVA Security Group

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Today Monty Helmer, Director of Sales for NOVA Security Group, Inc., based in Oak Brook, announced the Chicago School system has submitted a purchase order for five hundred CEIA “hand-held screening devices.”

This specific device provides a safe and effective method of detecting illegal and dangerous contraband.

Helmer additionally states, “NOVA is dedicated to developing ‘less lethal’ solutions to prevent perpetrators from entering schools and endangering our children. We are currently working on a ‘Stun Camera’ that will target intruders and fire less lethal projectiles designed to immobilize without causing permanent harm. This is a less violent way to subdue a person, while protecting our students and teachers.”

CEO George Brown said, “Chicago is the first school system in the country to place an order with NOVA; however, other school systems should follow.”

Aatif Rahman, NOVA’s COO, states, “Our Company has several products on the drawing board to help prevent incidents in schools, such as the one at Sandy Hook. NOVA is dedicated to develop humane methods of controlling and capturing intruders before an incident occurs.”

The Asa Hutchinson Law Group has been retained by NOVA to assist its efforts to get the word out to the educational system about NOVA’s products and services. The Company has also developed the NOVA 5-Shot stun-gun, which could be used by school security to stop intruders. This product will be available in September of 2013.

School officials interested in NOVA’s products and services should go to NOVA’s Website,, or call (800) 441-6274 for a demonstration of what NOVA has to offer regarding school safety.

NOVA Security Group, Inc. is a subsidiary of NOVA Electric Immobilization Devices PLC (a UK COMPANY traded on the Berlin Exchange, ticker symbol: 4NE).

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