Vector Responder Alert Program Protects Autistic & Officers

Vector  Defensive Systems, LLC announces the  nationwide  launch of the  Chief  Green Responder Alert  Program for Autism Awareness.

One  in five adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) will have  some kind of interaction with law enforcement before their 21st birthday. Recognizing the need for better  tools and  training for law enforcement to respond to autistic individuals and  emotionally disturbed persons (EDP’s), this program provides law enforcement with crucial tools and training to  more  safely and  effectively interact with an  adult or  child who  could be  having an  emotional episode unannounced to an officer.

Responder Alert stickers, created by Chief David Green of the Wellford City Police Department notify an officer that an autistic person may be present at a call to a home,  traffic stop or accident. Vector provides stickers, training and safety barriers to officers so they are  able to more safely evaluate a situation for both an autistic individual and an officer.

Vectors have  protected officers and  surrounding civilians in thousands of documented police reports. Vectors have stopped guns, blades, bats, bricks, chairs, attacking dogs and  other  physical assaults against officers where  violence was de-escalated, officers were saved, surrounding civilians were protected and attackers were  arrested with no shots fired.

Responder Alert Program for Autism Awareness:

Vector  Defensive  Systems owns the  patent on  the  Vector,  a  lightweight,  single-arm-secured  NIJ  Level  3 centerline protection ballistic barrier and  is the only company to instruct its training program.

The Vector can  be used with all other  tools an officer has and  fulfills Use of Force  Laws as a “barrier” for departments in many states.


Credentialed LE are asked to request a 30 minute Skype demo.



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