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Blog - SWAT - January 2008

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Where is SWAT Heading?  

January 23, 2008

Response to high-risk situations is like emergency medical response. Both require similar levels of training, equipment, and specialty.

Readers Focus on Active Shooter Response by SWAT and Patrol  

January 23, 2008

Not surprisingly, most responses dealt with the issue of how active shooters have changed the roles of both patrol and SWAT. Patrol cannot afford to wait for SWAT while innocent people are dying. Columbine was the "wake-up call" that changed everything.

Call for Comments  

January 9, 2008
I'd like to hear your thoughts, views, and opinions about SWAT in general, and your agency's team in particular.
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Happy New Year! Let's Make It Better than Last Year  

January 3, 2008

Learn from the past, live in the present, look to the future.

As we transition from 2007 to 2008, this wise saying rings truer than ever.

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