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Youngsville, NC, United States, 2005/05/17 - Law Enforcement Associates Corporation (OTCBB: LENF), a surveillance and security technology company, today announced that it has received its first order for its Under Vehicle Surveillance System from a major U.S. Seaport.
The UVI system which was ordered is engineered to handle the weight and the heavy traffic of the large tractor trailers which move freight in and out of the ports. Paul Feldman, President of LENF commented "Law Enforcement Associates is pleased to report our first sale to a major US seaport and we intend to aggressively pursue this additional industry for our products. LEA has worked closely with security professionals within the transportation industry addressing the needs and concerns of providing visual inspections of vehicles leaving and entering secure areas such as a US seaport. Law Enforcement Associates has a proven history of enhancing security at high profile facilities worldwide."
About Law Enforcement Associates Corporation
Law Enforcement Associates, Inc. (LENF.OB), headquartered in Youngsville, N.C., manufactures and markets a diverse line of undercover surveillance products including a complete line of audio surveillance equipment and Homeland Security Products. LEA currently markets to the Military, law enforcement, security and corrections personnel throughout the world, as well as governmental agencies, multinational corporations and non-governmental organizations. LEA has a history of enhancing security at major events including the Summer Olympics, National Convention, Super Bowl, Winter Olympic Games and Centennial First Flight Celebration and will be a key security element for the 2005 US Open Golf Championship. The company's technology is also used as a prevention and detection solution at military bases, nuclear facilities, embassies, government installations, oil refineries, and United Nations and NATO locations throughout the world.
The statements in this news release contain forward-looking information within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward-looking statements involve certain risks, assumptions and uncertainties, including the inability to generate and secure the necessary product sale, or the lack of acceptance of the company's products by its customers. In each case actual results may differ materially from such forward-looking statements. The company does not undertake to publicly update or revise its forward-looking statements even if experience or future changes make it clear that any projected results (expressed or modified) will not be realized.
Source: Law Enforcement Associates.