Monday, 07 November 2016 14:21

SafeGuard Clothing donates to Public Services students

Leading international manufacturer and distributor of body armour, SafeGuard Clothing have provided South and City College Birmingham with a sample bulletproof vest.

The vest was donated to Public Services students at the college to enable practical experience with military level bulletproof clothing in order to help them prepare for their professional careers.

The generous donation will allow students to get first-hand, practical experience with police, military and security level equipment, as well as extra skills to take with them into their careers upon graduating.

South and City College’s course tutor, Richard Marconi said: “donations such as this one are incredible. Thanks to SafeGuard Clothing, our students can gain practical experience and get to know bulletproof equipment before embarking on their professional careers.”

SafeGuard have operated internationally for over 10 years, providing over 5000 bespoke bulletproof vests to hundreds of police, security and military companies across the globe every year. Thomas Bowman from SafeGuard said: “We want students across the UK to value the importance of bulletproof and protective clothing. These vests save lives and are an essential part of any public services profession.”


SafeGuard Clothing stock a wide variety of bullet and stab proof vests for both covert and overt usage. With distribution points across the world, they are a rapidly expanding protective vest provider, for more information on the company, please click here.