LEID Products to Exhibit BACS Asset and Evidence Management Systems at IACP Conference

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Event will feature BACS System for chain of custody and evidence management, BACS Asset Management System and other top law enforcement products and services.

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"This show is a great place for us to engage with the community and we’re looking forward to it," said Sam Hoff, president, LEID Products.

LEID Products, LLC., the leader of electronic locker and cabinet storage with biometric asset protection and control, today announced it will exhibit at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Conference in Philadelphia, PA next week. The event will take place from October 19-23, bringing together respected industry keynote speakers, informed discussions in forums and technical workshops and the largest exhibit hall comprised of products and services in the law enforcement community.

The event seeks to address critical issues in law enforcement. Thousands of professionals from local, state, county, tribal and federal agencies will gather to learn and network. LEID Products will be showcasing its BACS System and will be available for demo in booth #1057.

The BACS Evidence Management System offers remote, flexible management and access restraints, while the Asset Management System employs the same seamless, secure and forward thinking features to store weaponry and other critical department assets. The systems are completely configurable to meet the needs of any law enforcement department when it comes to secure equipment storage and tracking.

“LEID Products has had a presence at this show since 2007, we’ve seen that the event truly fosters informed and productive conversations across a variety of organizations, and that’s why keep going back,” explains Sam Hoff, president, LEID Products. “We were thrilled to receive recognition in 2012 from Police Magazine – editors included the BACS Evidence Management System in its ’Best of Show’ IACP Photo Gallery and also noted it as one of the top 12 products at the IACP show. In addition, the BACS System was one of just nine products included in the IACP ‘News and Notes’ review section of Law Enforcement Technology Magazine. Needless to say, this show is a great place for us to engage with the community and we’re looking forward to it.”

To register for the event: http://www.theiacpconference.org/iacp2013/Public/content.aspx?ID=826.

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