Police Duty Belt: A Closer Look

The duty belt is just one small piece of our Police edc. Let’s look at the whole picture.
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Uncle Mikes “mirage pro 3” belt
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Uncle Mikes inner belt
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Streamlight stinger LED
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Safariland model 6285 SLS level II retention light bearing duty holster
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Smith and Wesson model 100 handcuffs
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“tripple out” magazine pouch slimline model 775 open top
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Monadnock “autolock” 21″ extendable baton
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As a Field training officer (FTO) for Police and Security personnel, few questions come up as much as how to set up a duty belt. The problem is that like so many things in this industry people ask the wrong queations and, consequently, get the wrong answers.

The duty belt is but a small portion of a police officer or Security person’s load carriage system. We should be asking “How do I set up my uniform?”. The whole thing works as a unit to assist us in doing our job.

Here I will outline briefly my system for the things I carry on my person at work. As always there is volumes more to say on the issue.

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