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SWAT-eNews-August-2010

In this Issue
Dear P1 Member,

In this issue, Dan Marcou tells the story of a SWAT-trained officer whose routine patrol takes a potentially deadly turn: A dark-clad man with a sawed-off shotgun has been chased into a daycare. If you are the first responder, Dan asks, what do you do?

We also feature an article by Sgt. Glenn French, who weighs the pros and cons of dynamic entry, and a video tip by PoliceOne contributor Ron Avery.


— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
Featured Article
The dispatcher responds to the transmission you just made, which was cut short by the gunfire, "Use caution. Your nearest backup is at least six minutes out." What do you do?
Featured Article
A debate exists within the SWAT community about the use of dynamic entries, with one side saying that the practice leads to carelessness. They argue that it's flat out getting cops shot. This has no merit

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