Law Enforcement Associates Receives Major Contract for Surveillance Equipment

June 27, 2005
Contract valued at over $244,000 from major California law enforcement agency

Youngsville, N.C. -- Law Enforcement Associates Corporation, a surveillance and security technology company, today announced that it has received an order from a major law enforcement agency in the state of California for Surveillance equipment totaling over $244,000. The total orders placed with LEA since June 1, 2005 total over $800,000. Law Enforcement Associates has a backlog of $1,827,314.89 in unshipped orders as of June 27, 2005.

"LEA continues to have strong sales for our line of surveillance equipment," said Paul Feldman, president of Law Enforcement Associates. "LEA is a diversified company, we do not rely on any one product for our continued success - we have real products, real sales and real revenues."

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