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    What do SWAT teams respond to?
    SWAT team members respond to a number of situations including suicidal people, barricaded suspects and hostage incidents. SWAT teams respond to civil unrest and high-risk search warrants, such as those needed to make drug arrests. Okada said most of the calls the team responds to are narcotics-related warrants


    Why was the SWAT team created?

    The special weapons and tactics concept originated in the late 1960s as a result of several sniping incidents against civilians and police officers around the country. These units, known as station defense teams, provided security for police facilities during civil unrest.


    ref https://www.theiacp.org/sites/default/files/all/s/SWATPaper.pdf


    How much does a SWAT get paid?

    Swat team salary members have an average yearly salary of around $56,130 according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. An entry-level position with experience may start with an annual pay of $90,700. After some time as a member of a swat team, a specially-trained officer may make around $105,000 per year


    Where do SWAT teams work?

    Large, urban police forces and county sheriffs departments often include a dedicated SWAT division, as do most state-level law enforcement agencies. Many federal agencies also have SWAT capabilities, including the National Parks Service, Secret Service, Coast Guard and Border Patrol



    Is Swat part of the police?

    In the United States, a SWAT (special weapons and tactics) team is a law enforcement unit which uses specialized or military equipment and tactics. ... Other countries have developed their own paramilitary police units (PPUs) which are also described as or comparable to SWAT forces


    How are SWAT teams trained?
    No SWAT unit ever really finishes training -- they must maintain constant fitness and the ability to respond to situations automatically. Part-time SWAT units in smaller cities might train only 16 hours per month, while larger, full-time units spend far more time on training. The regimen begins with physical fitness.


    What are legitimate reasons to use a SWAT team?
    Usually, police departments use SWAT teams to catch people who sell illegal drugs or try to hold people hostage. They also respond to serious crimes like bank robberies when normal police officers cannot control the criminals. The SWAT teams are usually called to deal with hostage situations

     

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