Collection: Must Have items from Amazon

I have been doing fugitive recovery for nearly 9 years. The majority of that time was in Southern California. All the items on this page are items that either myself, or my team mates have bought, used, and can vouch for. As an Amazon Associate I earn a small commission from purchases.

  • Asp hinged handcuff

    ASP handcuff. Very well known in the industry. Hinged VS chain debate is always endless. Hinged gives more control over a defendant. That is why I choose it.
  • Smith & Wesson Belly Chains

    Belly chains for when you need to have your prosoner in public. We use them any time we ar ein hotels, eating, or long distance transit.
  • Smith & Wesson 1900 Leg Irons

    Leg irons are a nessisity for anyone who might get squirrley.
  • Peerless leg iron Handcuffs

    Larger length of chain, good for leg irons or for larger prisoners instead of daisy chaining 2 or 3 cuffs.
  • ZAK Tools handcuff key

    Easier to handle, and more durable, than standard handcuff key, and has a clip for molle
  • Purple Nitrile Gloves

    You can see bodily fluids better with purple gloves than black
  • Decibullz Earpiece

    We have tried many ear pieces and these are by far the most comfortable. They hold tight in your ear and don't cause pain, even on a 12+ hour day.
  • Molle Multi-Utility Pouch

    Basic pouch for vest. I use it to store pens and my phone.
  • Glove Pouch

    Keep a few sets of gloves on your person without having to shove them in your pockets
  • Molle Handcuff Pouch

    For putting handcuffs in. I like the small Velcro better than the loud snap button.
  • Radio pouch

    Simple pouch for radio. It's the one I use and after 5 years it hasn't ripped or loosened on my vest.
  • 5.11 Tactical work pants

    Comfortable pants and I prefer the leg pockets since my duty belt covers my normal pockets.

  • 5.11 2.25-Inch Nylon Duty Belt

    I have been wearing this belt for over 5 years. Because of the Velcro inner belt, there is no need for keepers.
  • Orca Tactical Backpack 40L

    Great go bag. I keep 1 full spare uniform, handcuffs, key, and few other necessities to be ready to go at a moments notice.
  • Leatherman multitool

    Trusted brand, great tool everyone should keep one in their car or belt.
  • Full Face Respirator

    If you carry pepperballs, you need this.Full Face Respirator.
  • Metal Clipboard with Storage

    My favorite clipboard for doing paperwork on. Durable and holds case paperwork or booking sheets.Metal Clipboard with Storage.
  • Basic First aid kit

    Standard first aid kit for small cuts and bumps. If you scratch yourself jumping a fence or get a small cut when yoru suspect runs through a thorn bush.
  • Red EMT bag

    Everyone should have an easily recognisable tramua bag. stock with more advanced medical equipment than the IFAK. quikclot, gause, and sealent, etc.
  • ASP Training Taser

    Great for training in the office with no risk of ND or damaging your taser.
  • Taser X26P Extended Battery

    Extended battery speaks for it's self. Has an added bonus of holding a second cartrage if needed.
  • Vortex Optics Crossfire HD Binoculars

    Clear vision and good distance. Have used these to identify hundreds of individuals.
  • Streamlight 88063 ProTac 2L-X 500-Lumen EDC

    I have used this is my vest flashlight and love it! I use it while searching houses and don't need my pistol out.
  • Ka-Bar Tactical Spork

    Durable and reuseable. Much better than the plastic forks you get at Jack-in-the-Box.
  • KA-BAR Breacher Tool

    One of our most used breaching tools, even more than the ram! In california it will pop open the metal storm doors effortlessly.
  • Jumbo sharpie

    Perfect size for molle, one of my most used tools. Write phone numbers, addresses, or whatever for your defendant before booking.
  • Car Front Seat Organizer

    For office/admin stuff. Keep your files, warrant copies, pens, and not papers.
  • Molle Car Seat Back Organizer

    Molle orginization for larger stuff such as breaching tools, back up cuffs, flashlights, IFAK.
  • Patrol Bag

    I use this for anything I bring inside when I get home. Sunglasses, backup cuff keys, an EDC knife, snacks, chargers.
  • Molle Sun Visor Panel Organizer

    Orginiser to keep small papers and pens. I keep wallet size copies of all my certs and licenses.