Two of the most important tools in Law Enforcement
merge as one: Ink pen with an integrated handcuff key simplifies your
A standard ink pen and a handcuff key may be the
two most utilized tools in the law enforcement field. All law
enforcement personnel ranging from Police Officers, Federal Agents,
Corrections, to Private Investigators use these tools on a daily basis.
LockWrite was designed by a Police Officer in Riverdale, New Jersey to
help Law Enforcement with an easier, safer, and more efficient way to
conceal these tools. Officers have enough to worry about with a firearm,
OC spray, and a baton hanging off their side. The last thing an Officer
needs to be thinking about is whether or not they have their pen and
handcuff key with them. Law Enforcement is always looking for new and
innovative gadgets to make their job easier and safer.
As a Police Officer I always utilized my pen for
two purposes. I used the tip of the ink cartridge to double lock the
handcuffs so they wouldn’t get tighter on the suspects hands, and also
use it for, everybody’s favorite, to write tickets. I never carried a
key with me because I did not want to display one on my belt, as I felt
that this may put me in danger if a suspect would try to take it. I take
great pride in how I look when I am in uniform, so this prevented me
from putting a dull black imitation pen in my pocket. One day I was
playing with my pen when I wondered if the ink cartridge would fit in
the hole of the handcuff key, and it did. I believed that if I could get
this pen inside this key, it would greatly benefit all Law Enforcement
in a safety aspect as well as an efficiency aspect.
In 2008, a few years after I came up with the idea,
I established LockWrite LLC. LockWrite is owned and operated by a Police
Officer in Riverdale, NJ. This multi-tool, which uses replaceable ink
cartridges, serves as a pen and a handcuff key allowing the officer to
have both of best worlds in one.
Click here to visit the LockWrite website.
If you would like more information about LockWrite, or to schedule an
interview with Ptl. Travis A. Roemmele, please call 973/703-1541 or
email Travisceo@lockwrite.com “Lock ‘em –n- Write ‘em”
Police and Law Enforcement News
Sunday, March 1, 12:50 p.m.