January and February 2016 Hit of the Month Announced

January and February 2016 Hit of the Month Announced

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“Hit of the Month” is Stop Stick, Ltd. program to recognize truly outstanding performance results coming from the successful deployment of Stop Stick® Tire Deflation Device in ending pursuits. Every month hundreds of reports are received from across the country documenting successful deployments of Stop Sticks®. These reports detail stories of exceptional police work and proper deployment of the Stop Stick® Tire Deflation Device to safely bring pursuits to an end. Below are the departments who were nominated from the hundreds of submissions, and the ones who have been selected as the “Hit of the Month”.

 

January 2016

 

NOMINEES:

Deputy Tyler Kramer and Corporal Brett Buelterman – Clermont County Sheriff’s Office, Ohio

Officer Dedrick Wilcox – Seymour Police Department, Connecticut

Deputy K.F. Gray, Deputy Reade Denny, and Deputy Kevin Tillery – Dallas County Sheriff’s Office, Texas

WINNER:

Christopher Schagel – U.S. Border Patrol, Wilcox, Arizona

February 2016

 

NOMINEES:

Officer J. Marriott – Independence Police Department, Missouri

Officer Dexter Dickson – Redmond Police Department, Oregon

Officer Mark McElroy – Charleston County Sheriff’s Office, South Carolina

WINNER:

Officer Andrew Toves and Officer Evan King – Fort Lupton Police Department, Colorado  

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Stop Stick® is the world’s leading tire-deflation device used by law enforcement to safely and quickly end high-speed automotive pursuits. More than 250,000 police vehicles are equipped with Stop Sticks® which are proven to deflate tires on any vehicle from small cars to tractor-trailers. In the last 20 years, law enforcement officers have successfully ended over 25,000 vehicle pursuits in all 50 states and abroad using Stop Stick® devices. Additionally, police departments and law enforcement teams have utilized equipment such as Centurion Scout®, a portable wireless surveillance system, to better aid in public security.