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By Rich Handley

LEID Products to Demonstrate Asset-Management System

LEID Products LLC, a provider of electronic locker and cabinet storage with biometric asset protection and control, has announced that it will send an asset-management team to next week's IACP Conference and Exposition. The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) trade show will take place at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, Penn.

LEID Products, attending for the 11th consecutive year, will be among the more than 600 companies exhibiting at this event for law enforcement, which provides an opportunity to more than 14,000 dedicated professionals from across the country and around the globe for learning, collaborating and experiencing new technology. LEID's exhibit will offer live demonstrations of its BACS Systems, a set of intelligent biometric access-control systems used to secure and track critical inventory, including weapons, equipment, keys and evidence.

According to the company, compromised evidence and stolen weapons continue to make news headlines. Recent reports from Alabama and the Dallas area have detailed thefts of jewelry and dozens of stolen guns, at least one of which was later used to commit a homicide.

"At this year's show, we will be demonstrating our patented BACS System," said Sam Hoff, LEID Products' president, in a prepared statement. "It effectively limits the potential liability of missing weapons or compromised evidence for law enforcement agencies who were previously using traditional paper log methods. The BACS system's secure automated storage provides electronic tracking and limits unauthorized access to sensitive items."

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