Nova Announces New Advancements for School Safety Stun Camera
CHICAGO, Ill., Sept. 4, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via PRWEB - Operated from a remote location, this device will assist in providing protection against intruders. The Stun Camera will use laser sites and less lethal projectiles to incapacitate anyone deemed a threat to students and teachers inside the facility. Brown said, "Nova has responded to a request from the market place with plans to provide less lethal equipment to aid in deterring, debilitating or apprehending people who are not authorized to be inside school property. Nova plans to be in the manufacturing stages soon and to begin accepting orders for the "Less Lethal Stun Camera" October 2, 2013 with delivery dates in six months.
Brown further added, "Nova also provides metal detectors, baggage scanners and body scanners similar to those used in airports. We feel every classroom and hall should have the protection Nova can provide for our children and teachers." Nova is on target for release of the "Five Shot Stun Gun" next month and is currently taking orders. It is the only stun gun on the market that fires projectiles from a magazine as opposed to "muzzle load."
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