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== SWAT Certification ==
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SWAT is a specialized unit within the Asylum Police Department. As a SWAT whitelisted officer, you have access to upgraded weaponry, upgraded gear, and more vehicles (Strider, Hunter & Prowler).
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=== SWAT Requirements ===
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* Constable for 6 weeks
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* No active points
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In order to become a SWAT whitelisted officer, you must attend a SWAT whitelisting training hosted by a SWAT Trainer. After the training, give the SWAT trainers 1 week to contact you for a SWAT interview. If you have not been contacted after a week, please reach out to them for one. A SWAT interview will go over things you learned during the SWAT training and the basics of cop life.
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=== Rules for SWAT ===
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* '''Never''' drop SWAT gear, even if you are kidnapped.
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* SWAT has a "1 life rule". Do not deploy more than once.
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* Follow normal lethal procedures as a SWAT officer.
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* Do not use Bipod, MXSW, or the Spar-16s.
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* Do not deploy for SWAT towards the end of a federal event or if the event is already over.
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* Only use SWAT gear for federal events.

Revision as of 15:34, 26 October 2020

SWAT Certification

SWAT is a specialized unit within the Asylum Police Department. As a SWAT whitelisted officer, you have access to upgraded weaponry, upgraded gear, and more vehicles (Strider, Hunter & Prowler).

SWAT Requirements

  • Constable for 6 weeks
  • No active points

In order to become a SWAT whitelisted officer, you must attend a SWAT whitelisting training hosted by a SWAT Trainer. After the training, give the SWAT trainers 1 week to contact you for a SWAT interview. If you have not been contacted after a week, please reach out to them for one. A SWAT interview will go over things you learned during the SWAT training and the basics of cop life.

Rules for SWAT

  • Never drop SWAT gear, even if you are kidnapped.
  • SWAT has a "1 life rule". Do not deploy more than once.
  • Follow normal lethal procedures as a SWAT officer.
  • Do not use Bipod, MXSW, or the Spar-16s.
  • Do not deploy for SWAT towards the end of a federal event or if the event is already over.
  • Only use SWAT gear for federal events.