Manufacturer of American-Made Custom Body Armor Showcasing Portfolio of Innovative, Technologically Advanced Body Armor Solutions for Corrections and Law Enforcement During Mock Prison Riot at West Virginia Penitentiary in Moundsville, Virginia
KDH Defense Systems, Inc. (KDH), a leading manufacturer of American-made custom body armor solutions for military, law enforcement, corrections and federal agencies, is showcasing its advanced body armor solutions at the Mock Prison Riot being held May 7th and 8th at the West Virginia Penitentiary in Moundsville, Virginia.
KDH is featuring a wide array of corrections and tactical law enforcement armor solutions including the new Forced Cell Extraction Vest (FCEV-05), a blunt force protection vest featuring full upper torso, shoulder/biceps, groin and neck protection. The vest features a user friendly closure system that allows the officer to easily put the garment on without assistance.
The Mock Prison Riot is a four-day, comprehensive law enforcement and corrections tactical and technology experience, including 40,000 square feet of exhibit space, training scenarios, technology demonstrations, certification workshops, a skills competition, and unlimited opportunities for feedback, networking, and camaraderie on a global scale. The Mock Prison Riot is a program of the West Virginia Division of Corrections and the West Virginia Corrections Training Foundation where exhibitors and operators work together in a living, breathing environment, continually pushing the envelopes of tactics and technology.
ABOUT KDH DEFENSE SYSTEMS, INC.
KDH Defense Systems, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of American-made custom body armor solutions for military, law enforcement and federal agencies. Headquartered in Eden, North Carolina, a region with a rich history in the U.S. textile industry, KDH Defense Systems’ ISO 9001 certified manufacturing facility currently consists of 139,000 square feet of armor cutting, sewing and ballistic design operations, as well as product development, sales and administration. The Eden facility resides in Rockingham County.