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Blog - SWAT - November 2008

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Verbal Commands  

November 26, 2008
Verbal commands very often set the tone for the ultimate outcome of police encounters, including SWAT operations.

Talking Strategy and Tactics   

November 26, 2008
I’m a strong believer that once SWAT takes over a situation, SWAT should determine and carry out the tactics. Period. There are many horror stories where interference and micro managing resulted in bad outcomes and tragedies.

Bulletproofing SWAT  

November 12, 2008

Ballistic protection has a single purpose: keeping YOU alive and injury free so you can accomplish your mission. The way I feel about the protection vs. comfort issue is protection wins every time. Period.

No Excuses: Wear Your Body Armor  

November 7, 2008
I find it inconceivable that in 2008 there are so many police not wearing protective vests. Body armor needs to be considered as standard and essential as the gun, badge, and uniform.
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