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Blog - SWAT - March 2009

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The Aftermath of the Oakland Massacre  

March 30, 2009
How we honor them and all of our thousands of fallen brothers and sisters is to continue to do our job to the utmost of our ability with dignity and honor, no matter the obstacles. We are the thin blue line, and if we don’t do the job of protecting society, no one will.

What It Was Like to Watch the Oakland Tragedy Unfold on TV  

March 27, 2009
At first, details were sketchy. “Breaking News: Four OPD officers shot…two motorcycle and two SWAT…gunman also shot…No word yet on the conditions of the officers or the gunman.”

Crime Suppression Surges  Law Enforcement Only

March 18, 2009
Lately, much has been said about a new term to describe a longtime law enforcement strategy. The new term is "surge," and is borrowed from the military's successful strategy in Iraq that is about to also be employed in Afghanistan.

Police Manhunts  

March 18, 2009
The events that necessitate massive, intense manhunts occur suddenly and violently. Although we can't predict where or when deadly rampages will occur, what's certain is they will occur—somewhere—because no one is immune.

SWAT Raids and Searches Part Six: The Aftermath  Law Enforcement Only

March 3, 2009

The search or raid entry is over; the subjects are secure and being guarded; and the detectives are gathering their evidence. SWAT’s portion of the mission would appear to be over. So is it time to stand down and relax?

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