Introducing Officer-Created Life Tabs to the Law Enforcement Community

Created by NJ police officer Jeff Stewart, Lifetabs take the place of a doormat, wood chock or any other available items used to prop open a door, preventing first responders from being locked inside a building as well as allowing back up units to gain...


Created by NJ police officer Jeff Stewart, Lifetabs take the place of a doormat, wood chock or any other available items used to prop open a door, preventing first responders from being locked inside a building as well as allowing back up units to gain entry. Lifetabs are especially useful in a building utilizing automatic locking doors or intercom systems. Lifetabs bright color also serves as a location indicator in buildings with poorly marked doors. Lifetabs are designed to conveniently fit in the front shirt pocket of any standard police uniforms. Pull, peel and stick to the strike plate of any door. Lifetabs are NTOA approved.

Fast. Easy. Effective.

Lifetabs are made in the USA. US Patant Pending
For more information, visit www.tab4life.com