How Much Do You Really Know About SWAT? Trivia Quiz

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How Much Do You Really Know About SWAT? When you see the swat involved in an operation, you should for sure know that the situation is very serious. Do you know some of the basic SWAT policies followed by the team leaders? Do take up the quiz and get to see just how much you might learn about this elite team.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    When is the SWAT Water Truck needed?

    • A.

      During a large shooting.

    • B.

      During regular patrol.

    • C.

      During a mayor conference.

    • D.

      During a large protest/rally.

    Correct Answer
    D. During a large protest/rally.
    Explanation
    The SWAT Water Truck is needed during a large protest/rally because these events often involve large crowds and potential conflicts. The water truck can be used to disperse crowds, provide a barrier between opposing groups, or to cool down individuals in the crowd. It is a tactical resource that helps maintain order and ensure the safety of both the protesters and law enforcement personnel.

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  • 2. 

    What does AOR mean?

    • A.

      Always on Ready

    • B.

      Area of Responsibility

    • C.

      Always on Response

    • D.

      Already on Rollcall

    Correct Answer
    B. Area of Responsibility
    Explanation
    AOR stands for Area of Responsibility. This term is commonly used in military or organizational contexts to refer to a specific geographical or functional area that an individual or group is responsible for. It implies that the person or team has certain duties, tasks, or authority within that designated area.

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  • 3. 

    How does SWAT primarily enter buildings?

    • A.

      Each person enters in 1 by 1.

    • B.

      Run in and shoot as many people you can find.

    • C.

      Two or more groups, in the form of "stacks".

    • D.

      Run in whenever you feel.

    Correct Answer
    C. Two or more groups, in the form of "stacks".
    Explanation
    SWAT primarily enters buildings using a method called "stacking". Stacking involves organizing themselves into two or more groups, with each group positioned behind the other in a linear formation. This allows them to enter the building in a controlled and coordinated manner, minimizing the risk and maximizing their effectiveness during operations.

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  • 4. 

    When can we deploy SWAT?

    • A.

      Lieutenant+/SWAT Member

    • B.

      Anyone who feels it necessary

    • C.

      Sergeant+/SWAT Member

    • D.

      SWAT Member only

    Correct Answer
    A. Lieutenant+/SWAT Member
    Explanation
    SWAT deployments are authorized for Lieutenant+ officers and SWAT members. This means that only individuals holding the rank of Lieutenant or higher, as well as members of the SWAT team, are allowed to deploy SWAT. This ensures that only trained and experienced personnel are involved in SWAT operations, as they possess the necessary skills and knowledge to handle high-risk situations effectively.

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  • 5. 

    What does SWAT mean?

    • A.

      Skilled With Advanced Tools

    • B.

      Special Weapons And Tactics

    • C.

      Students With A Testimony

    • D.

      Sick Wild and Twisted

    Correct Answer
    B. Special Weapons And Tactics
    Explanation
    SWAT stands for Special Weapons And Tactics. This term is commonly used to refer to specialized law enforcement units that are trained to handle high-risk situations, such as hostage rescues, counter-terrorism operations, and dealing with heavily armed criminals. These units are equipped with advanced weapons and tactics to effectively respond to dangerous and volatile situations.

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  • 6. 

    What is your first responsibility when existing SWAT Truck?

    • A.

      Aim your weapons and yell.

    • B.

      Find out what the situation is.

    • C.

      Get in position around SWAT Truck and check your AOR's.

    • D.

      Find out where you are.

    Correct Answer
    C. Get in position around SWAT Truck and check your AOR's.
    Explanation
    When exiting a SWAT truck, your first responsibility is to get in position around the truck and check your AOR's (Area of Responsibility). This ensures that you are aware of your surroundings and can effectively respond to any potential threats or situations. It is important to establish a secure perimeter before taking any further actions.

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