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Tommys Supplies is more than just a tattoo equipment dealer; we offer abroad range of tattoo supplies including inks, tattoo machines, tattoo medical suppliesand more. We sell directly to shops, small and large via our extensive online catalog, or you can catch us live at manyof the major tattoo conventions we visit each year. Our goal is always to provide the best products AND the best serviceso you can provide the same to your customers.

At Tommys Supplies, we are proud to carry the besttattoo inks available. After all, yourcustomers deserve the best. A few of our most popular brands include StarBrite Tattoo Ink, Eternal Tattoo Ink, Silverback Ink, and Intenze Tattoo Ink. However, we do offer specialty colors from other brands too so that you always have exactly what you need, when you need it. Our goal is to stock exactly what you need to turn your customers dreams into reality.

While our wide range of quality products may be what brings you to Tommys Supplies, we hope our superior customer service is what brings you back. We have a passion for the tattoo business and helping you give the very best to your clients. That means we dont mind answering questions, working with you to choose the perfect product and offering a generous return policy. Your satisfaction is our number one concern.

Your shop is unique, and your needs are too. As always, if you would like more information about any of our tattoo supplies or other related items,contact usby phone or online anytime. Trust us to take care of you–we look forward to it!

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Florida State Laser Tattoo Removal Regulations – Sunray …10.16.18

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In the state of Florida, laser tattoo removal treatments are considered to be medical procedures; however, Florida does not require the procedures to be performed at a medical doctors office. This means that laser treatments can be easier to find and not quite as expensive as laser servicesoffered in a doctors office. Florida has specific rules regarding who can administer treatment and standards governing the facilities in which they operate. No matter if you are using a Picosure Q-switched laser, the Cynosure Revileor theQuanta Q plus C,its important to learn about the rules and regulations in Florida before opening your doors.

Who can provide laser tattoo removal treatments?

The Department of Health has explicit requirements for laser tattoo removal services. Medical doctorscan administer treatment, as can nurses and medical or physicians assistants, but only if they are directly supervised by a physician during the cosmetic laser procedure. Physician assistant trainees may also perform medical services under the jurisdiction of the training program.

Electrologists can also perform laser tattoo removal procedures if he or she meets the following qualifications:

The supervising physician is responsible for the laser services and other medical actsof the electrologist. According to Florida Statute 458.348, a physician must submit formal notice to Floridas Medical Board when entering into a supervisory relationship with an electrologist facility. A physician is not allowed to supervise more than four facilities in addition to his or her primary practice location (the limit is two if the practitioner works in specialty care and one for dermatologists).

For a full list of regulations regarding supervisory relationships, read Florida Statute 458.348 in the Florida Legislature.

Where can laser tattoo removal procedures be provided?

Under the Department of Healths Rule 64B8-51.006, electrolysis facilities must meet certain restrictions in order to provide laser tattoo removal treatments, including the following:

These are only a few of the requirements for a facility providing laser tattoo removal treatments. For a full list of regulations for electrology facilities, visit the Florida Department of States website and refer to the Board of Medicine division under the Department of Health.

What behaviors result in disciplinary action?

As with other medical procedures, laser tattoo removal treatments are subject to disciplinary action if the physician breaks the law. Some examples include:

For a full list of actions requiring disciplinary action, refer to Florida Statute 458.331.

Please note that this article is not intended to provide legal advice. For legal advice regarding laser tattoo removal procedures, contact the Floridamedical board or call one of our reps at SunrayLaser.com to discuss.Direct Regulations Consulting Line: 888-875-7001

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Continuation of gang tattoo-removal program is positive – Walla Walla Union-Bulletin08.31.17

The ripples created by the recent closing of Walla Walla General Hospital continue to be felt in the community and often in unexpected places.

Few gave much, if any, thought to the closing of General on the INK-OUT gang tattoo-removal program based at the hospital. Yet, the consequences of having that program go away are very serious to those who need their gang tattoos removed so they have a better opportunity to change their lives for the better.

Well, those few who were very concerned about ending the INK-OUT program have come up with an excellent solution. INK-OUT will be housed at The Health Center at Lincoln High School, currently moving into a new space at Walla Wallas teen center, which is located on Third Avenue just behind the high school.

This move could have a great many pluses.

Its located at a space that might be more comfortable for those seeking to have their tattoos eliminated. In addition, many General Hospital staff members who trained for the tattoo removal program were barred by Washington state law from volunteering post-work hours at a job for which they are paid. So, this move could result in more volunteers to safely removed the tattoos.

INK-OUT offers tattoo removal through a special laser that breaks up tattoo ink and allows the smaller particles of ink to be absorbed into the body. The targeted group for the INK-OUT program, which started in 2013 and has served about 50 people, is former gang members who want to be rid of permanent markings of their gang- and drug-influenced lives.

The need for gang tattoo removal became apparent through a task force study on reducing gang activity in the Walla Walla Valley, facilitated by Community Council. While grants from Sherwood Trust and Blue Mountain Community Foundation kicked in the majority of funding needed for the equipment required for tattoo removal, General Hospital agreed to provide the office space for machinery and staff.

Its great that a solution was found to keep this important program up and running so more gang members and others will get an opportunity to leave their past behind without tattoos.

Editorials are the opinion of the Union-Bulletin’s Editorial Board. The board is composed of Brian Hunt, Rick Eskil, James Blethen and Alasdair Stewart

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Law Enforcement Blotter: Tuesday, August 29 – Alexandria Echo Press08.30.17

Gas leak, comp could smell possibly natural gas in the area as he drove through, Alex.

Suspicious vehicle, small green car has been parked occupied in the area on Co Rd 30 many times recently, car is back again today, unable to locate.

Theft, theft of door mat, Brandon.

Suspicious activity, caller had to evict a renter and the renter is supposed to be out by today, caller said that this person may have just driven through her yard, Brandon.

911 hangup, unable to contact, Nelson.

Threats, Alex.

911 hangup, a male wanted to know what could be done about terroristic threats, he hung up after being asked for the address, Evansville.

Fraud, some money taken out of his mother’s account by an internet scam, Alex.

Fire, passerby could see flames in basement, Alex.

Suspicious activity, very tall man with British accent is knocking on doors trying to sell educational books, unable to locate, Miltona.

Theft, stolen debit card.

Check welfare of person, comp has not been able to get in touch with his wife for three hours, not answering phone, made contact with person one, everything fine, Osakis.

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Fight/assault, three or four people fighting in the church parking lot, person one and three stated that they were training for MMA.

Suspicious activity, comp states a male stopped him in the middle of the streets this morning and confronted him about his kids being disrespectful.

Property damage crash, State Hwy 29 S.

Suspicious activity, comp states a vehicle occupied by a male and female looked like they were scoping out comps truck or place, comp is headed to work now and is uneasy about it, person one practicing for her driver’s test later today.

Assault, states male slapped her phone then went dead, out of service message on redial.

Check welfare of person, comp states her niece has been dealing with drugs and depression, she hasn’t heard from her this week and she hasn’t shown up for work, comp is also concerned that parties who she stays with are weird about letting her leave, no contact made.

Suspicious person, male acting very strange, unwilling to speak with officer, no criminal reason to detain him.

Hit and run, 15th Ave E/Jefferson St.

Suspicious activity, reporting a young girl with two boys, looks like missing girl, made contact with juveniles, female not female of interest.

Suspicious activity, discovered a male sleeping in one of the apartments, male woke up and fled on foot, advised to change locks and contact if individual returns.

Theft, DVD player from vehicle.

Child custody matter, comp wanting it documented that he has not seen his daughter since July 4 and that he is supposed to see her three hours a week.

Violation of court order, ex is violating order by randomly texting non-custody related dialog to her.

Fight/assault, comp states a female attacked her while she was checking on her friends cats, states it was all because of a feud over laundry detergent.

Public assist, person one using Plenty of Fish app stated somebody was demanding he send them money, advised of scam and to block all numbers and stop speaking with this party, he is not out any money.

Public assist, has prescription meds for his daughter but mother won’t tell him where daughter is.

Suspicious activity, homeless man at park for last three days, has been talking to teens.

Public assist, has questions regarding getting help for a friend that is threatening to harm himself.

Public assist, comp would like an officer out to talk to his son regarding some suicidal thoughts and threats he’s made today.

Suspicious person, male party was looking through car in the lot.

Juvenile trouble, 16-year-old daughter left on foot to go stay with a friend after mother told her no.

This is not a comprehensive report of all local law enforcement activity, rather, a brief recap of daily calls for service.

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New regulations would stop dangerous tattooists, industry expert says – Taranaki Daily News08.29.17

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Last updated17:00, August 29 2017

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Tattooist Stacey Drummond is glad more regulation is coming to the industry in Stratford.

New regulations covering tattooing and beauty treatments will control “back yard tattooists” who are putting people in danger, an industry expert says.

The Stratford District Council is currently in the processes of creating a bylaw covering beauty therapy, tattooing and skin piercing in the district, after council officers identified a gap in the regulations.

Stacy Drummond, who has been tattooing for 25 years and spent the last eight years operating the Impressions in Ink Tattoo Studio in Stratford, said the new rules would control the people who didn’t know what they were doing.

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Drummond has been tattooing for 25 years and spent the last eight years in Stratford.

“There’s a lot of people doing damage because they don’t have the proper sterilising equipment,” he said.

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“I think it can only be a positive for everybody, it has to be. It’s going to make everyone step up their studios just that little bit more.”

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He said more people were taking up tattooing with the availability of kits online, but said it was dangerous if not done right.

The new bylaw, which is currently a draft and could be changed after public consultation, would mean activities such as tattooing,body piercing, hair removal,manicuresand laser treatmentwould all need a license to operate.

Shops offering services such as makeup, facials and body therapy would need to follow the code of practice in the bylaw, but wouldn’t need a licence unless the council found they were not complying with the regulations.

Traditional tattooing, such as ta moko, and tattooing done for free would be exempt from the bylaw.

Using unsanitary equipment led to the risk of contracting hepatitis Cand AIDS, and Drummond said the regulations should have been brought in years ago.

“The councils just weren’t taking tattooing seriously,” he said.

“To be a hair dresser you had to have a health licence and then we were piercing skin and everything but we weren’t even looked at for a long time.”

TradeMe’s decision to allow the sale of tattooing kits online meant there were more people doing it, Drummond said, but that didn’t mean they were doing it right.

“It comes down to common sense and if you’re not cleaning your stuff you shouldn’t be tattooing,” hesaid.

“We’ve got an association and we’ve managed to get the ink off TradeMe but they can still get the equipment that every now and again comes with little bottles of ink and that’s just crap ink.”

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Walla Walla gang tattoo-removal program gets new home | Local … – Walla Walla Union-Bulletin08.29.17

While the closing of Walla Walla General Hospital erased some medical services and providers in Walla Walla, the INK-OUT gang tattoo removal program previously based on the hospitals campus lives on.

Starting in early fall, INK-OUT will be housed at The Health Center at Lincoln, currently moving into its own new space at Walla Wallas teen center, which is being called Hub on Third, at 534 S. Third Ave.

Launched in 2013, INK-OUT offers tattoo removal through a special laser that breaks up tattoo ink and allows the smaller particles of ink to be absorbed into the body.

While anyone can use the service, the targeted INK-OUT audience is former gang members who want to be rid of permanent markings of their gang and drug-influenced lives.

The need for such a service became apparent through a task force study on reducing gang activity in the Walla Walla Valley, facilitated by Community Council. While grants from Sherwood Trust and Blue Mountain Community Foundation kicked in the majority of funding needed for the equipment required for tattoo removal, General Hospital agreed to provide the office space for machinery and staff.

John Cress, former executive director of Walla Walla General Hospital Foundation, said while his organization wrote the grant for INK-OUT, no one involved felt like the hospital or its foundation owned the equipment.

So when General Hospital announced in June its doors would close in late July, Cress and others sprang into action to rehome the tattoo removal program.

Sergio Hernandez, equity and access coordinator for Walla Walla Public Schools, Dr. Robert Betz, INK-OUTs founding researcher and physician, and Stan Ledington, executive director of The Health Center, worked with hospital officials and contractors for the teen center to create the infrastructure and support needed for continuing the work of the program, which has served nearly 50 people from Walla Walla and around the region in four years.

Not all have finished, Hernandez said. Some are still in the process.

Coming together to move INK-OUT is simply more of the community effort the program has enjoyed since the beginning, Cress noted, adding that he is hopeful the change of venue will attract more volunteers.

Many General Hospital staff who trained for the tattoo removal program were barred by Washington state law from volunteering post-work hours at a job they got paid for. So moving it opens up this new opportunity, he said.

For more information about INK-OUT, call The Health Center at 529-6551.

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NSW prisons to be raided in contraband crackdown; authorities warn offenders ‘will be found’ – Gears Of Biz08.25.17

NSW prisoners have been put on notice deal in contraband and you will get caught and spend even more time behind bars.

All state prisons are being raided as part of Operation Purge and the secret weapon is a border collie called Hank.

Hank, who is trained to sniff lithium an ingredient in mobile phone batteries is being used in the crackdown which began at Long Bay jail last week.

Every cell and inmate was searched and drugs and weapons were netted and four prisoners charged.

Corrective Services Minister David Elliot said no stone would be left unturned.

No pocket will be safe, no corner of a prison cell will be unaccountable, well be making sure that if you do bring in contraband you will be found, he said.

Prisoners caught with contraband face a two-year extension to their sentence.

Police will be looking for makeshift knives, guns, drugs, phones and even improvised tattoo equipment in the coming months as all 36 NSW prisons are targeted.

Deputy Commissioner Mark Wilson said police would have their work cut out for them.

Theyre [prisoners]ingenious and they have a lot of time on their hands to devote to trying to improvise and make improvised weapons so its a constant battle, he said.

Mr Elliot said a major reason for launching the operation was an incident last month in which a Parklea Prison inmate shot a video showing him in possession of drugs and weapons.

The video, uploaded to YouTube from inside the facility, showed the inmate holding a knife and what he said was the drug ice.

He said prison guards were smuggling in the contraband.

The Government intervened in the running of the private jail and is now considering the future of its operator.

Currently only two prisons in the state have received approval to use phone-jamming technology to make mobile phones useless within their walls.

The measure requires Commonwealth approval and a guarantee that the technology will not affect phones being used by the businesses and residents nearby.

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Cosmetic/medical tattooist Jennifer Griffin helps change lives with unique profession – Lynchburg News and Advance08.23.17

When Jennifer Griffin first learned about permanent medical tattooing and makeup, she thought of its obvious benefits.

“I thought, How cool to wake up in the morning and not have to do your eyeliner? she said.

But, she quickly realized, theres so much more of a need than I realized.

Medical tattooing can be used for scar camouflage; to create the appearance of hair thats been lost to ailments like alopecia, which occurs when a persons immune system mistakenly attacks their hair follicles; and even areola replication for cancer survivors who have had mastectomies.

Griffin, who has been doing cosmetic and medical tattooing for four years, has worked with cancer survivors, in both areola restoration and on eyebrows that didn’t return after chemotherapy treatments. She’s also camouflaged scars, including for a man who had scarring from a hair transplant.

And the permanent eyeliner and eyebrows she frequently does are about more than just convenience for some clients, like a legally blind woman who had been filling in her eyebrows from muscle memory. Griffins work allowed her a more permanent solution.

Griffin, 32, got into the field after meeting her mentor, a woman who did permanent medical tattooing.

A lifelong artist and painter who earned her bachelor of fine arts from The New School University in New York and also took upper level art courses at Parsons School of Design, Griffin said her interest was immediately piqued.

Ive always had an interest in cosmetics, she said, and with her art background, its sort of the perfect blend of both worlds. Skin is just my newest canvas.

After working with the woman whom Griffin said has recreated everything from belly buttons to fingernails in tattoo form for clients Griffin eventually enrolled in Floridas Academy of Cosmetic Arts and Sciences, where she received training in medical tattooing, permanent cosmetics and semi-permanent eyelash extensions.

She finished the program in May 2013 but has returned to the academy from time to time for advanced continuing education courses, including in 3-D tattooing for areola restoration. Shes also certified in blood borne pathogens, which focuses on safety and sanitation.

She moved to Lynchburg from Cleveland in January 2016 and also holds a Master Permanent Cosmetic Tattooist license in Virginia, which allows her to provide services like scar camouflage and areola replication.

Currently, she works at Caspian Tattoo on Wards Road three days a week and Maven Salon in Cornerstone the other two. Shes an independent contractor in both locations, operating her own company, Beyond the Surface Permanent Makeup.

When Griffin began planning her move to Lynchburg, she approached Caspian owner David Casper about working with them to provide her services locally.

Casper said its something theyd considered previously, after getting a few requests for permanent tattooing, so he scheduled a meeting with Griffin.

When I met with Jen, I was very impressed, Casper said. Shes well-educated and very well-rounded. She knows her craft, and shes just incredible at what she does. She comes with a lot of credentials.

Most of Griffins work is in permanent makeup like eyeliner and eyebrow shading, as well as more specific requests like helping a client whod had a mole removed from her face on doctors orders.

“She really liked it, so we tattooed it back on over her scar. Sometimes its something someone brings you thats doable that you didnt think about.

Griffin uses ink specifically formulated for the face usually mixing custom colors for her clients, noting that its not as simple as picking a brown out of a bottle along with a piece of equipment called a Nouveau Contour machine, made specifically for permanent makeup.

Griffin said a popular misconception about medical tattooing is that it hurts like a regular tattoo. But, she said, its really nothing to be nervous about in terms of pain tolerance.

Wendy Neighbors, whom Griffin has worked with several times, compared the feeling to a sneezing sensation: Its like a tickle.

After getting permanent eyeliner, Neighbors returned to Griffin last year to get her eyebrows done.

I actually had it scheduled years ago and I chickened out, Neighbors, a hairstylist, said during her session with Griffin in 2016. A client was telling me about [Griffin] and knew her. I was just like, Wow, Ill try it. [And] I love it. I enjoy it. It makes you look a little more awake.

When working on Neighbors permanent eyeliner, Griffin didnt tattoo it all the way across her lids, instead opting to stop about halfway across. This allows Neighbors to finish it herself with pencil eyeliner, depending on the look shes going for on that particular day.

Its a technique Griffin often uses to achieve a more natural look and to go along with her ethos that permanent makeup should enhance features and not replace them.

I tell people not to get it permanent if you dont normally do it, she said. I dont do fads. You want [something] that will age with you.

She draws everything on with a makeup pencil before doing any permanent work. And even after thats begun, shes still deliberate with each stroke.

I have a pretty conservative hand. I start light [but] can always thicken it up.

When it comes to eyebrows, Griffin uses two types of techniques that mimic hair growth: lines created with small, thin needles, called hair strokes, or powder fill.

Not everyone is a candidate for hair strokes, so in some cases, powder just suits them, said Griffin, who works around existing hair instead of shaving it off. Because of the coarseness of their hair or if they have very oily skin, hair strokes arent something I recommend.

Powder is more shading. Its soft shading to create a soft, powdery make-up finish, where the hair stroke is more line work. Its teeny tiny lines and the overall compilation of all of them creates that illusion of hair growth or a little bit more of a 3-D quality.

Every procedure gets two visits, one for the initial work and then a touch-up four to six weeks later.

The follow-up, she said, is really essential to lock in the color [and] get the longevity you want. Its like a perfection visit.

I had one woman who [didnt want the follow-up]. I was like, Ill be the judge of that, she added, laughing. Please come back.

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Waikeria prison staff pounce on contraband – Stuff.co.nz08.23.17

Last updated20:42, August 23 2017

Department of Corrections

Synthetic cannabis was included in contraband thrown into Waikeria Prison.

Synthetic cannabis was found after an attempt to smuggle contraband into Waikeria Prison.

Prison staff managed to stopthe attempted smugglingof two packages, which also included tobacco, mobile phones and chargers.

The contraband was packaged up and thrown into a garden area, but staff found the packages before they could be collected by prisoners who work in that part of the unit.

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The contraband was packaged up and thrown into a garden area of Waikeria Prison.

“Contraband is dangerous in a prison environment. We work hard to prevent it being introduced to our prisons, and to identify thoseresponsible,” DaveAlty, deputy prison director said.

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“There will always be some prisoners who attempt to push boundaries and try to smuggle contraband items into prison using a wide range of methods.”

Contrabandin prisons includes tobacco, alcohol, communication devices, drugs, drug paraphernalia, tattoo equipment, and weapons. It also includes some everyday and seemingly innocent items that while not illegal, may be used inappropriately by prisoners.

Cellphones are unauthorised as they can be used to organise the introduction of contraband, facilitate criminal activities in the community, and harass victims.

“The security of our facilities and safety of those accommodated and working within is paramount. Corrections staff put a significant amount of effort into stopping contraband from being introduced into our prisons.

“Our intelligence staff are constantly working to identify and mitigate risk areas in the physical environment and to stay informed about new methods of concealment.”

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