1. The Invention (1st of 3)
Title. Nonlethal Tactical Palm Load for Unarmed Public Order Policing
The problem the inventor(s) wanted to solve Excessive if not lethal coercive force in routine public order policing by law enforcement operatives including making arrests, subduing a violent person or withstanding a hostile aggression by unarmed perpetuators.
Description. The invention relates to nonlethal close quarter hand-to-hand combat instruments, particularly to an ancillary tactical palm clutch useful for various law enforcement operatives in subduing a violent person or withstanding a hostile aggression in routine unarmed public-order policing.
Presentation. Substantially palm-sized and made preferably of hardwood, it is in the general configuration of a cross with four pre-dimensioned projections upright and transverse that would contact the individuals receiving a defensive strike thereof.
Fields of application Routine public order policing by law enforcement operatives on foot
Advantages Nonlethal, non-offensive, legal to carry tactical defensive ancillary tool that is not threatening nor brutal in terms of appearance. yet ideal for defensive use when being attacked. Also, it is quite versatile in the tactical applications thereof that are simple to learn.
Stage of development. Prototype
Documentation available: Patent application document
2. The inventor (or inventors)
Name(s) Dr. Virgilio L. MALANG and Yasmin E. ESPIRITU
Self introduction. NA
Owner of the invention? Yes
Patent Status:Patent pending. Patent Application No. 2-2008-000155 filed 2008 March 27. Priority (date of the very first patent application)
Countries where it is in force, if granted
4. Business intention Any and all commercialization options
Name Dr. Virgilio L. Malang