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Blog - SWAT - May 2008

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Active Shooter Response Revisited: Part 1  

May 28, 2008
After Columbine, American law enforcement was forced to take a long, hard look at active shooter response. Now a new report challenges our current thinking on response to such incidents.

Train to Keep Your Name Off the Wall  

May 20, 2008
Law Enforcement Memorial Week just ended. So I wanted to take a few moments to reflect on this time of remembrance for our fallen brothers and sisters and what it really means to us.

Illegal Street Performances – Coming to a Town Near You  

May 14, 2008

If you haven't heard of illegal street performances called "sideshows," read on. Law enforcement needs to be aware of the potential dangers resulting from these increasingly popular gatherings.

Crime Blooms in the Spring and SWAT Answers the Call for Crime Suppression  

May 7, 2008

A growing number of tactical teams are increasingly becoming involved in crime suppression. Some established teams have been doing crime suppression for many years, including LAPD SWAT, SFPD SWAT, and NYPD ESU. Advantages of using SWAT for crime suppression include putting them out on the street, available to respond to crime and assist patrol. SWAT’s presence, tactics, and teamwork are highly effective in diffusing potential street confrontations, and are reassuring to patrol officers

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