The SRN 1000 Privacy Barrier System provides Privacy, Safety, and Security, by quickly blocking and barricading accident scenes, restricted zones, and hazardous areas from public view. Great for First Responders, Emergency Management, Crime Scene Investigation, Traffic Control, and Crowd Control. Proudly serving Law Enforcement, Government Agencies, Military Operations & Disaster Relief.
- Easy to Assemble
- Deploy in under 5 minutes
- Lightweight, with expandable & break away screens
Durable & Wind Resistant
- Supported by Steel Tripods and heavy Duty Nylon Barrier’s
- Strong Magnets, Bungee Cords, & weighted bags, keep it grounded
Flexible & Customizable
- 3 Solid Turrets allow the user to modify the position or angle
- For more footage simply purchase additional screens and tripods
Protecting the Privacy, Safety, and Security of Law Enforcement & Individuals
- Gives officers / first responders the capability to block, barricade, and secure any scene or incident from the public
- Protects the officer, victim, and victims family.
Secure and Protect crime scene and evidence
- Protects and secures any crime scene by enabling the officers to barricade or block off the scene of the crime
- Great for helping provide tamper proof evidence.
Secure the Investigation by eliminating distractions to the driver and prevent Rubbernecking and unwanted photographs by on lookers.
- Enables officers with a definitive way to prevent infractions that may occur during a field sobriety test thus hindering the case in a court of law.
Search Warrants and Property Seizure’s
Barricade and Secure Property
- Maintains the privacy and security of the investigation by enabling officers to enclose the property or scene
- Easily add on to and expand the SRN 1000 system to enclose or encompass any house, structure, or even street block.
Helps barricade or block off accident scenes
- Alleviate traffic congestion on both sides of the highway by preventing rubbernecking.
As congestion on the nation’s road system worsens, social costs are mounting. Based on a sample of 75 major urbanized areas in the United States, the Texas Transportation Institute estimated that traffic congestion caused roughly 700 million person hours of delay per year in the early 1980s, more than 2 billion hours of delay in 1990, and nearly 3.5 billion hours of delay by 2020. The costs of congestion—opportunity costs to motorists, reduced productivity of for-hire and private trucking operations, and higher inventory costs for shippers, are approaching $50 billion a year. And growth in the nation’s population and income ensures that these costs will continue to rise.