Who are we?
Company philosophy and vision
The values central to TacBook USA are Quality, Precision, Dependability, Efficiency and Simplicity. Our guides are durable and small enough to carry in the field. TacBooks equip field officers with quick answers so they can save time and stay sharp in the field. There are a million gadgets and gear items for your personal protection. But the TacBook is gear for your brain. With a TacBook, you will “Be patrol ready!"
Our vision is to be the premier field guide for public safety professionals nationwide. We will have an updated version specific to each of the 50 US states, and several customized versions, i.e. the TacBook for Military Police - Ft Hood edition:
TacBook USA will contribute as an informed participant to the crucial conversations on legal matters including criminal justice and law enforcement via social media posts, blogs and articles. We maintain a positive and trustworthy entity in the field where trust from the community is critical.
Drawing from extensive experience in business management and creative design, Iris Mahanty is responsible for editing, organization and print specifications for TacBook. The New York TacBook is largely a product of Iris' diligent research, organization skill and attention to detail. She is also a dedicated TacBook representative; should you contact TacBook USA, she is driven to ensure you receive prompt and accurate feedback. Or, if you attend one of the many law-enforcement events nationwide, chances are it will be Iris you meet at the TacBook booth. Although it is Marcus who actually works in law enforcement, the unmatched design and top-caliber quality of the TacBook are only possible from Iris's expertise.
On a Personal Note
When it comes to tactics, efficiency is key. As a USMC veteran, former EMT and current law enforcement officer, I have routinely required field notebooks, cheat sheets and quick-reference guides to be efficient in operations. In my duties as police officer, I have found a lot of great resources, but not one comprehensive field guide. So, for the past several years, I have compiled notes from various trainings and organized lists of codes and procedures I have encountered at work. I ended up with about a 100 pages of great information compressed into a TACtical noteBOOK and I feel compelled to share it with other field operators. I had a lot of help getting to where I am, and TacBook is my way of helping others stay sharp and save time. It is a great tool for students of Criminal Justice and people looking to get into police work, security, probation or detentions. It’s a dangerous world.
Be Patrol Ready.