Knox Rapid Access Solutions
KNOX KEYSECURE® 200
The Next Evolution in Master Key Control
Launching Late Summer 2017
Knox KeySecure 200 is a key retention solution for frst
responders who utilize Knox Rapid Access Solutions.
The KeySecure holds up to two keys providing
departments the ability to secure and support
shared jurisdictional systems.
The Knox Master Keys securely lock in the
KeySecure 200 and requires user-specifc PIN
code to access the keys.
The SMS tracks user access with time
and date stamp.
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respiratory/cardiac arrest. Get appropriate amounts of naloxone on scene
quickly, or transport to the nearest
hospital immediately. Because of
the potency of fentanyl, inhalation or
transdermal overdoses are possible.
• When planning operations of any kind
that may involve fentanyl, be prepared to treat members that may be
exposed. Plan for adequate amounts of
naloxone to be immediately available
and a wet decon line and hazmat or
Haz Tac paramedics to be on standby
at the scene.
• Consider NOT collecting and field
testing samples to avoid contaminating the crime scene and becoming
a fentanyl victim. Only a specialized
law enforcement clandestine lab team
should handle powders and unknown
• Maintain physical security. Be sure
that the suspects are under arrest and
the scene is safe from firearms and
• Although responders may be experts
in their discipline, they may not be
familiar with the numerous hazards
of drug labs and powerful narcotics.
Responders should consider NOT
entering the area if they do not have a
specific mission. In short, if lives are
not involved, waiting for the local or
state police or Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Clandestine Drug
Lab Team may be the most prudent
• If fentanyl is involved, it is likely a
crime scene. Preserving evidence
by not moving deceased victims,
drug-processing apparatus, and other
objects is a must. If the incident was
a fire scene, delay overhaul until
investigators can process the scene
and identify any hazardous chemicals
involved in the drug-making process.
If this is not possible, photograph or
videotape the scene. With the help of
local law enforcement, maintain custody and the chain of evidence these
• Calls that start out as relatively common narcotics investigations, EMS,
or fire calls will become immediately
more complex and dangerous if drugs