Law Enforcement Equipment
Our Law Enforcement Equipment for sale in the UK offers the best products brands from around the world at competitive prices specifically chosen for UK law enforcement professionals. Whether you are looking for a replacement cuff key, tactical footwear, uniform clothing or tactical bags we guarantee to offer the lowest prices with the best service.
The most popular categories of law enforcement equipment are:
Within the UK Law enforcement community Magnum Boots are probably the more universally recognised brand, especially with police and security officers, though those coming from a more military background are often keen on brands like Lowa, Danner, YDS and Meindl which have a stronger reputation within that tactical market. Whilst the Magnum (and to a degree Bates) boots offer a lighter weight boot designed for the urban environment the build quality of the heavier weight army boots makes them a popular choice despite (or in some cases because of) their bulk when choosing law enforcement boots!
Most officers will need a load out or kit bag for their law enforcement equipment as they lug it to and from their car, house, station, unit or detachment and back again, or even to carrying specialist equipment to an incident scene. There are a variety of different options available all at competing price points. The semi- rigid rectangular kit bag is probably the most common, offering a large main compartment and a selection of outer and inner pockets for your every day law enforcement equipment. A load out bag offers a similar style but on a larger scale (sometimes with wheels and a trolley handle) and is designed to accommodate not just the day to day but also the extra kit and equipment you might need for PSU or specialist law enforcement tasks. Rucksacks offer a more tactical option, leaving your hands free to carry out your role whilst all your equipment is comfortably stored for long periods and easily transported over long distances.
Law enforcement gloves cover a variety of different styles of gloves each suitable for its own scenario, from plain black leather “uniform gloves” (normally still Kevlar lined for slash protection to “Tactical Shooting Gloves” with hard knuckles, flash protection, goatskin palms and cut away finger tips for trigger finger tactile feedback.