Body Armor (including ballistic helmets)

Purchase of Body Armor requires a valid Alberta Body Armor Permit or a valid form of exemption listed in the Alberta Body Armor Control Act. For shipments being sent within the province of Alberta, a valid PAL may also be used as an exemption to purchase this product. The PAL does not qualify as an exemption in all Provinces, please refer to the Body Armour Control policies that apply to your particular Province.

Possession and Aquisition Licence (PAL) does not qualify as an exemption outside of Alberta

ALBERTA BODY ARMOUR CONTROL ACT:
Alberta's body armour legislation is designed to help make Alberta’s communities safer and help police forces in their efforts to reduce gang violence across the province. The legislation ensures only those with a legitimate reason to do so or who have obtained a permit through Justice and Solicitor General can wear body armour.
Under the rules, body armor vendors may only sell to those who present a valid permit or have proof that an exemption applies.
Please refer to the Body Armour Control Act for most update information regarding permits and exemptions: www.bodyarmourcontrol.alberta.ca

THE BODY ARMOUR AND FORTIFIED VEHICLE CONTROL ACT (Manitoba):
Much like Alberta, Manitoba has its own set of regulations that apply to Body Armour. This will apply if you are purchasing Body Armour from within Manitoba.
Under the rules, body armor vendors may only sell to those who present a valid permit or have proof that an exemption applies.
Please refer to the The Body Armour and Fortified Vehicle Control Act for most update information regarding permits and exemptions: www.gov.mb.ca/justice/safe/bafvca

BODY ARMOUR CONTROL ACT (British Columbia):
British Columbia has its own set of regulations that are very similar to the Alberta regulations. This will apply if you are purchasing Body Armour from within British Columbia.
Under the rules, body armor vendors may only sell to those who present a valid permit or have proof that an exemption applies.
Please refer to The Body Armour Control Act (British Columbia) for most update information regarding permits and exemptions: www.bclaws.ca

BODY ARMOUR CONTROL (Saskatchewan):
Saskatchewan currently does not have any regulations on the purchase of Body Armour for individuals. We will use the Alberta Body Armour Control Act for regulation when dealing with sales of Body Armour to Saskatchewan. This will apply if you are purchasing Body Armour from within Saskatchewan.
Under the rules, body armor vendors may only sell to those who present a valid permit or have proof that an exemption applies.
Please refer to the Body Armour Control Act for most update information regarding permits and exemptions: www.bodyarmourcontrol.alberta.ca

BODY ARMOUR CONTROL (Ontario):
Ontario currently does not have any regulations on the purchase of Body Armour for individuals. We will use the Alberta Body Armour Control Act for regulation when dealing with sales of Body Armour to Ontario. This will apply if you are purchasing Body Armour from within Ontario.
Under the rules, body armor vendors may only sell to those who present a valid permit or have proof that an exemption applies.
Please refer to the Body Armour Control Act for most update information regarding permits and exemptions: www.bodyarmourcontrol.alberta.ca

BODY ARMOUR CONTROL (Nova Scotia):
Nova Scotia has its own set of regulations that are very similar to the Alberta regulations. This will apply if you are purchasing Body Armour from within Nova Scotia.
Under the rules, body armor vendors may only sell to those who present a valid permit or have proof that an exemption applies.
Please refer to The Body Armour Control Act (Nova Scotia) for most update information regarding permits and exemptions:
http://nslegislature.ca/legc/bills/61st_3rd/3rd_read/b035.htm

Breaching Tools

Purchase of any Breaching Tools are restricted to Canadian Law Enforcement Agencies only.  Please contact sales@911supply.ca for purchasing details.

Batons

Purchase of Batons requires a valid Canadian law enforcement, Sworn Peace Office ID, or Provincial Solicitor General Security License with Impact Weapons Certifications and a copy of the Impact Weapons Training Certificate.

Handcuffs & Cuff Keys

Purchase of Handcuffs requires a valid Canadian Law Enforcement ID, Sworn Peace Office ID, Provincial Solicitor General Security License or AGLC ProTect ID

Pre-Printed Materials

Purchase of any items pre-printed items such as notebands, t-shirts, caps with the words "Police", "Peace Officer", "Sheriff", "RCMP", "Security" etc. pre-printed on the items requires a the relevant ID for the product purchase.


*911 Supply reserves the right to refuse the sale of any restricted items at anytime. Rules are regulations are subject to change at anytime without prior notice.