Flashbang Magazine 11 Winter 2019 (AFP SRG AU / GOE PT / BOA PL)
- AFP SRG (Australia)
- GOE (Portugal)
- BOA (Poland)
Specialist Response Group - Tactical Response Team is a highly trained police unit of the Australian Federal Police, based in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, and capable of deploying at short notice in order to undertake a variety of specialist policing tasks and to operate in urban, rural and waterborne environments. It is responsible for providing tactical solutions in support of AFP operations conducted either through planned deliberate actions or as an emergency response to a developing incident.
The Special Operations Group (Portuguese: Grupo de Operações Especiais, GOE) is the elite police tactical unit of the Public Security Police (PSP) of Portugal. It is integrated in the Special Police Unit (Unidade Especial de Polícia / UEP), whose goal is to offer tactical and technical response to any situations involving terrorism, or highly organized and violent crime.
GOE will be deployed for any situations that put national security at risk. Based out of Lisbon, they can be projected worldwide.
The Antiterrorist Operations Bureau (Biuro Operacji Antyterrorystycznych or BOA) is Polish central police highly qualified counter terrorism unit. Based out of Warsaw, they are tasked with dealing with any situations that pose a serious threat to public order and security in Warsaw or anywhere in the country. One of the oldest CT unit in Europe, BOA is also a member of the ATLAS network regrouping the police tactical units of the 28 Member states of the European Union.
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