Happy Monday! Valentine’s Day is a little over a week away. Are you ready? The hubs is a wonderful gift giver and I always struggle. Mostly because I overthink everything! I worry if the recipient will like the gift and use it. To make it easier for anyone who is struggling or needs to order something last minute I made this simple gift guide for him and her. Hope it helps!
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Hello all! I am writing this gift guide for police officers during the holiday season, but these gift ideas are practical year round. They would be good for a police academy graduation gift, for birthday, fathers/mothers day, or a holiday like Christmas. Or even as a surprise “just because” gift.
With the help of my LEO husband we put together this list of gift options. Some of which he owns, others he would like 😉
Different levels and sizes available. All clipboards have a 25-year warranty against breakage or clip damage.
You hope they never need to use it, but this compact individual first aid kid includes the necessary things needed to treat life threatening bleeding wounds (knife/stab wounds, gunshots, or other serious bleeding injuries including arterial bleeding).
Single point and 2-point custom rifle slings made from paracord. To customize you can select length, weaves, colors, and connection type. Sandstorm Custom Rifle Slings offers a 10% discount for military/LEO/fire/EMS!
For those long night shifts, Grinds Coffee Pouches are small pouches of flavored coffee. Grinds can be used as an alternative to tobacco. The hubs likes cinnamon roll.
These tactical gloves are ideal for shooting, conducting searches and everyday duty use. Note they are not needle proof or cut-resistant.
You think it’s funny until it is needed! Simple, portable toilet (great for camping too).
A TacPack is a box of tactical/survival/every day carry gear that gets delivered once a month. According to TacPack, the boxes contain useful & professional-grade gear, not “swag.”
I hope you find this gift guide for police officers helpful.
Happy Holidays! Until next post…xoxo Becca