ASSET TRADING PROGRAM
GTI has created a new program to benefit underfunded law enforcement agencies by utilizing their forfeited-seized assets, and surplus law enforcement equipment to provide funds for:
Use your agencies surplus vehicles, ammo, weapons, confiscated items, and forfeited-seized assets to fund your critical mission. This program is designed to assist first responders in having a positive impact on their communities without using money from strained budgets.
- GTI'S DHS APPROVED SWAT TRAINING COURSES
- GTI'S DHS APPROVED ACTIVE SHOOTER RESPONSE TRAINING
- GTI'S CUSTOM RESCUE TASK FORCE TRAINING
- GTI'S BASIC AND ADVANCED SNIPER TRAINING
- ALL OTHER TRAINING OFFERED AT WWW.GTITRAINING.ORG
- USE OF GTI'S ONE OF A KIND TRAINING FACILITY
- YOUR AGENCY PURCHASES OF EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
- YOUR AGENCY PURCHASES OF SPECIALITY VEHICLES AND PATROL VEHILCES
Benefits to the agency include:
How it works--
- The agency gets the benefit of the asset sale. No funds from asset trade end up in the jurisdiction "general" fund unless desired.
- Trading assets in the Asset Trade Program have no impact on agency budget.
- Helps accomplish agency goals without procurement hassles.
- Removes the liability of ownership for some assets such as theft, personal injury or property damage.
- Frees up budget funds for other projects.
- Cleans up storage areas and parking lots of underused or unused items.
- Identify your agency's needs.
- Identify items that are available for trade.
- Estimate the cost of items to be traded.
- Specify the purpose of the trade - Training or Equipment.
- GTI then assesses the trade value for items to be traded.
- An agreement is made and contracted between your agency and GTI.
- The traded item(s) are transfered to GTI. Your agency provides titles, when needed, and Bills of Sale.
- GTI training or the desired equipment is then delivered to your agency.
If the Assets for Services Program is a funding option of interest, please contact GTI via email: email@example.com or by phone 866-938-5510 to discuss further.