Special Weapons & Tactics Unit (SWAT)

Formerly known as the Special Response Team and Search Warrant Entry Team, the Special Weapons & Tactics (SWAT) Unit was formed in 1986 by four officers. It's now grown to 19 members.


  • High-risk warrant service
  • Narcotics operations
  • Secure barricaded subjects
  • Respond to active shooters
  • Deploy for special events
  • Dignitary protection details

Our SWAT Unit has been involved in numerous joint operations with the Drug Enforcement Administration, United States Secret Service, Florida Department of Law Enforcement and local law enforcement agencies.

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    William Walden