SARNIA, ON--(Marketwired - Apr 28, 2014) - Lamperd Less Lethal, Inc. (
Lamperd was recently awarded and completed the first part of a contract for Corrections Canada. As part of this contract, there were 250 Less Lethal Launchers delivered on March 31, 2014.
According to the letter, "Acquisition and implementation of this new equipment represents an increased level of protection for both the frontline correctional officers and inmates alike by providing a safer, more accurate platform for utilization of less lethal options employed in containment and control situations."
Barry Lamperd, CEO of Lamperd, commented, "It is really nice to be able to receive a letter of like this from the Canadian Federal Government. It confirms our belief that we continue to be on the right track to helping increase safety in our judicial system through the use of our products, not only in a prison environment, but in all aspects of security ie., the police, military and all security agencies."
About the Company
Lamperd Less Lethal, Inc. is a manufacturer of less lethal weapons and ammunition for defensive purposes only. To the best of our knowledge there has never been a death caused by the utilization of our products. Lamperd has a range of products to fit all defensive purposes.
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