End-X Systems was formed to bring law enforcement agencies a variety of safer and more efficient ways to end pursuits. End-X Systems has developed two Pursuit Termination Units called the PT700 and the PT1100. Both systems use the most advanced spike strip on the market called Phantom Spikes®. These new systems introduce a new standard for officer safety.
End-X Systems is determined to provide each agency with the highest quality products and the best customer service. The majority of our employees are current or prior law enforcement officers. So we understand the dynamics of law enforcement.
We are committed to developing new and innovative products, which will help officers do their job safer and more efficient. We believe in continuous improvement which is why we’ve partnered with an engineering firm in New York that shares our vision. They are currently working on two new models, which are due out next year.
Engineered with a focus on safety, the PT700 and PT1100 allow law enforcement officers to use Phantom Spikes® effectively and safely. Officers can expect a combination of increased flexibility and safety, ensuring effectual and swift ends to pursuits.
Founder: Len Bettendorf
Len was born in Illinois and moved to Mesa, Arizona in 1980. After high school, Len attended Arizona State University where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Justice Studies in 1991. In 1992 Len entered the US Air Force as a Second Lieutenant. His career field was intelligence. Len was stationed in Texas, Nebraska, and Louisiana. Len also served in Saudi Arabia, England, and Colombia. Len served on active duty for 7 years until 1999 when he decided to move back to Arizona to start a security business.
Len managed and grew the business until 2001. In 2001 Len was hired as a police officer in the Phoenix metropolitan area. Len has fifteen years of experience as a patrol officer. In 2004 Len joined the Arizona Air National Guard as an intelligence officer where he still serves today as a Lieutenant Colonel. Len serves as the Joint Force Headquarters, Deputy Inspector General. In 2008 he completed a Master’s degree in Military Operational Art and Science through the Air Force’s Air University.
Len currently resides in Gilbert, Arizona with his wife and four children. He enjoys water and snow skiing, traveling, and hanging out with family and friends.