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Police Lockers

September 30th, 2009

The Police Locker has evolved from a combination of a single compartment locker and a cupboard. As the police forces in the UK now have an array of additional equipment that they need to carry with them, their storage lockers now need additional capacity. The additional capacity required is for storage of multiple sets of clothing, boots, anti stab jackets and hi visibility clothing. Also, a kit bag is usually required to be stored although this involves the use of seats and stands within the locker layout. We’ll discuss the use of seats and stands later in this blog. The police forces in the UK also use a wide range of other lockers such as personal effects lockers. These lockers are particularly useful for the storage of radios. Bespoke lockers are also available for the storage of CS canisters and batons. The CS canister lockers are generally similar to an eight compartment locker with a special fitment on the inside of the door. This insert allows for the canister to be stored in such a way that when in place, the canister displaces a tag which shows through a hole in the door, allowing for quick checks to be made on the quantity of canisters being stored. Baton storage lockers tend to be high compartment quantity lockers, either a ten or sixteen compartment locker or a personal effects locker.

In Brief: Police Lockers – Large Locker – CS Canisters – Radios – Batons – Kit Bags

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Police Lockers

Police Lockers

Personal Effects Lockers

September 7th, 2009

The Personal Effects Locker combines the requirements of the smaller compartment lockers to provide a maximum number of compartments in one locker. The result is a very small compartment which is only suitable for the storage of a bunch of keys or a mobile phone. The personal effects lockers are available in a small range of alternative sizes with compartment quantities ranging from 20 to 40. Each compartment is individually accessible and lockable. The standard locking mechanism is a key lock although a padlock fitting is also possible. In some cases, coin operated mechanisms are used, although this can vary from each design. The personal effects lockers are particularly useful when large quantities of similarly shaped items are required to be stored. Popular uses include restricted access environments where mobile phones for example are not allowed, and events such as music gigs or conferences. Some personal effects lockers have been modified to allow mobile phones to be charged. These are very popular at music festivals.

In Brief: Personal Effects Lockers – Small compartment / Large quantities – Events
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Personal Effects Lockers

Personal Effects Lockers