Fall River Police Department Emergency Services Unit at the 2016 CT SWAT Challenge Tactical Solution, Precision Execution

First established in 1975, the Fall River Police Department Emergency Services Unit (ESU) is a group of officers who work as a team to resolve critical incidents that are hazardous, complex, unusual or may exceed the capabilities of first responders.

The ESU is trained to respond to barricaded subjects, high-risk warrants, hostage rescue, search and rescue, personal protection, and crowd control.

All ESU members are trained in threat assessment and site evaluations. They conduct evaluations and training with area schools and other high-risk locations.

Congratulations to the the Fall River PD ESU on their 8th place overall finish of 36 teams at the 2016 Connecticut SWAT Challenge, the 2nd largest SWAT Competition in the United States. Law Enforcement and Military teams from across the country compete in this grueling 7 event competition that happens over 4 consecutive days.

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