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Using the 'Tactical Battle Swarm'; One key to finding great operators | Nov. 13, 2012

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Dear P1 Member,

Imagine your SWAT team responding to a terrorist attack in a large shopping mall. The attack is well-planned and coordinated. There are several small, roving cells of terrorists attacking mall shoppers in different locations throughout the structure. How would your team respond? In this month's eNews, we suggest the 'Tactical Battle Swarm.'

What is the most important indicator of an individual's potential for success on a team? That one thing that makes a great SWAT operator. And lastly, be sure to check out our table on car bomb risks and evacuation guidelines so you can help minimize casualties.

Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
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