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This fact sheet describes the Bulletproof Vest Partnership (BVP) Program, a U. Department of Justice initiative designed to provide critical resources to state, local, and tribal jurisdictions for the sole purpose of purchasing bullet-resistant body armor for sworn law enforcement officers."Bulletproof Vest Partnership Initiative" presents information on the Bulletproof Vest Partnership Program.Only four used armor vests tested met all performance criteria under NIJ's body armor standard for new body armor.In the tests, age and appearance of used Zylon-based vests were ineffective predictors of potential ballistic performance.It also contains a video, Because Things Happen Every Day: Responding to Teenage Victims of Crime, produced by the National Center from Victims of Crime and sponsored by the COPS Office (Office of Community Oriented Policing Services). They can then use the 360-degree images to quickly ascertain trouble spots and develop a tactical plan even before entering the building. Oudekerk, Bureau of Justice Statistics (March 29, 2013)."Indicators of School Crime and Safety: 2010," by Simone Robers (NCES), Jennifer Truman (BJS), Jijun Zhang (NCES), November 22, 2012.The result of this partnership is a how-to resource guide for public safety practitioners and school administrators to use in developing their own response plans. Presents data on crime and safety at school from the perspectives of students, teachers, and principals.Of these vests, 60 (58 percent) were penetrated by at least one round during a six-shot test series.Of those that passed penetration testing, 91 percent showed excessive "backface deformation," an indicator of the potential blunt trauma experienced by an officer wearing the armor.
The most practical, less-than-lethal force option is one that incapacitates with the least number of applications." "Bulletproof Vest Partnership Initiative," BJA, Updated June 2011.
Body Armor: The Department of Justice (DOJ), as part of its ongoing Body Armor Safety Initiative testing, announced on August 24, 2005 that test results indicate that used Zylon-containing body armor vests may not provide the intended level of ballistic resistance.
As a result, DOJ will adopt new interim requirements for its body armor compliance testing program, and will add an additional million to the .6 million already available to law enforcement through DOJ's Bulletproof Vest Partnership (BVP) program to assist in the replacement of Zylon-based body armor vests.
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