Mar 23, 2021
IACLEA announced today that Axon—transforming public safety with technology—is the Association’s newest Corporate Partner. The company has made a multi-year commitment to support the Association’s initiatives. Partnering with IACLEA, Axon will host webinars and events with members to provide resources that empower law enforcement professionals to succeed in the field.
“We welcome Axon to IACLEA. The cutting-edge technology solutions Axon delivers support numerous IACLEA member institutions. The range of tools and services that Axon provides across public safety departments is expansive. We look forward to the technology innovations Axon can share to enhance campus policing and public safety,” said IACLEA President Eric M. Heath, Associate Vice President for Safety and Security at the University of Chicago.
“We are going to make the bullet obsolete,” Axon CEO Rick Smith said.
Learn more about Axon’s state-of-the-art technology, innovative tools, and intuitive software at Axon.com.
Axon is a network of devices, apps, and people that helps public safety personnel become smarter and safer. With a mission of protecting life, our technologies give customers the confidence, focus, and time they need to keep their communities safe. Our products impact every aspect of a public safety officer's day-to-day experience with the goal of helping everyone get home safe.
We work hard for those who put themselves in harm's way for all of us. To date, more than 246,000 lives and countless dollars have been saved with the Axon network of devices, apps, and people. Learn more at www.axon.com or by calling (800) 978-2737. Axon is a global company with headquarters in Scottsdale, Arizona, and a global software engineering hub in Seattle, Washington, as well as additional offices in Australia, Canada, Finland, Vietnam, the UK, and the Netherlands.
Collaboration with IACLEA Corporate Partners advances the Association’s strategic initiatives, furthers its educational mission, and enhances the ability of campus public safety agencies to protect institutions of higher education.
Additional information on the Corporate Partnership Program