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Use-of-force considerations for SWAT operators; Is SWAT still 'special?'

PoliceOne SWAT Newsletter
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Dear P1 Member,

Welcome to the February edition of the PoliceOne SWAT eNews. First and foremost, I want to offer a big-time tip of the cap to everyone involved in the operation to rescue the 5-year-old boy from that bunker in Alabama. Job well done, all!

In this edition of the SWAT eNews, Glenn French looks at some use-of-force considerations SWAT team leaders and operators should explore and understand before any callout and Dan Danaher challenges us to contemplate the question of whether or not SWAT is still 'special.'

Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
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