The Pro-Tektor®, Inc’s Product Offerings

ELECTRONIC CRIME-FIGHTING KIOSK

LAW ENFORCEMENT RECRUITMENT SYSTEM

Award Winning Crime Prevention Tool

The Community Pro-Tektor® kiosk system is a state-of-the-art, multi-functional national network of connected kiosks, that has been designed with Law Enforcement for Law Enforcement. The kiosk was developed to bridge the gap between law enforcement agencies and the communities they serve, and to enhance each agencies community outreach program. This informational kiosk system is quickly becoming known as Law Enforcements own personal News Network (LENN), and a very important tool in the fight against crime.

 

Its All About Simplicity, Impression and Retention…

This iPad Recruitment system was developed with law enforcement to help bridge recruitment and retention challenges police agencies currently face. This platform will help set the standard for processing applicants. Saving time from having to manually enter each application and errors that occur during data entry.  Includes your agency’s badge & custom fields, allowing this to be user friendly for all applicants.

 

WALL NOTIFICATION KIOSK

SCHOOL RESOURCE KIOSK SYSTEM

Cutting Edge Technology, Sleek, Compact Design

This new addition of a wall-mountable kiosk to our arsenal strikes the perfect balance between cutting-edge style and technology with extreme versatility, allowing organizations to display their important information using a smaller medium, its ideal for jails or anywhere floor space is limited.

Protecting Our Schools Today Requires a
New & Innovative Approach!!

The School Safety Awareness Kiosk is a multi-functional, real-time, countywide networkable emergency notification & messaging system. It is designed to provide schools with a tool to instantly display emergency alerts to students and faculty. The kiosk system is an important everyday application of providing students with POSITIVE MESSAGING.

JUNIOR NOTIFICATION KIOSK

Same Cutting Edge Technology, Smaller Design

The Pro-Tektor® Junior Notification Kiosk unit combines its revolutionary technology and custom LEO networking software in a smaller, more compact design. Allowing organizations to display their important information using a smaller medium. Giving you the ability to save on space without sacrificing technology, versatility and style.

 

POD NOTIFICATION KIOSK

Ideal for Jails/Prisons & Wherever a TV Network is Already Setup.

The new Pro-Tektor® POD Notification Unit combines its revolutionary technology and custom LEO networking software in a sleek compact design that can integrate into your EXISTING TV network!! This Plug-N-Play unit is designed to stream photos and videos of wanted criminals, unsolved cases, cold cases and more!

 

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**UPDATE; Good News around 7:57 P.M. on Thursday The Florida Department of Law Enforcement cancelled the AMBER Alert issued for 2-year-old Jemine Cedillo-Ramirez. Homestead police said Jesmine was found safe and is back in the arms of her mother, however they’re still looking for her father**

An Amber Alert was issued for a 2-year-old girl who went missing from Miami-Dade County on Thursday. Jesmine Cedillo-Ramirez was last seen in the area of the 39th block of 9th Street in Homestead, according to the FDLE.
She was last seen wearing a green/white striped blouse, red pants, and pink slippers. The child may be in the company of Diego Cedillo-Hernandez who was last seen wearing a beige/green shirt and jeans. They may be traveling in a 2006, white Hyundai Azera, FL tag umber Z782JS.
Anyone who sees or has any information on the whereabouts of Jesmine Cedillo-Ramirez or Diego Cedillo-Hernandez is asked to call the City of Homestead Police Department or any local Law Enforcement Agency. DO NOT APPROACH!!!
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UPDATED...another good ending at approximately 5:38 P.M. on Thursday the Montana Department of Justice canceled an Amber Alert for (3) siblings who had been reported missing from Great Falls Montana. The agency says two girls, ages 5 and 3, and a 1-year-old boy were located in Idaho. According to the Cascade County Sheriff's Office the children are now safe and the parents who have a history of drug use and violence are in custody

*** UPDATE as of 5pm EST... Law Enforcement believes the suspects are traveling with both vehicles as a caravan and were possible in Salmon, Idaho Direction of travel is unknown***

Urgent; Community Assistance Needed ....The Montana Department of Justice has issued State wide Amber Alert for (3) children Raelynn Demontigny, 5-years old; Lianna Demontigny, 3-years old; and Tony Demontigny, 1-year old; from Cascade County. The three children were taken during the night, possibly by non-custodial parents who have a history of drug use and violence. The alert states: “Children believed to be in life threatening danger.” Cascade County Sheriff/Coroner's Office has identified (2) suspects; Tony Demontigny, 28, and Ellaura Wright, 30. The Sheriff office is seeking the community's assistance in locating the missing children and or the suspects. There are (2) possible vehicles involved: a white Chevrolet Malibu (Montana license 2-24730B), and a blue Chevrolet Tahoe (Montana license 2-22599B).
Anyone who sees any of these people or vehicles and or has any information that may help is asked to call the Cascade County Sheriff’s Office at 406-836-7380, or call 911.
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The Florida Crime Prevention Association Conference has been hustling and bustling. Great to see all the familiar faces and welcoming all the new faces here this year! If you haven't stopped by yet, go see Steve at the Pro-Tektor® booth to check out all the new happenings and grab some candy. 🎃👻

Steve was also present with the FCPA 50 Year Anniversary Pro-Tektor Appreciation Certificate this morning! #makingadifference
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