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This is a list of Special Response units in the United States. For non-U. S. units, see List of Special Response Units:

Federal agencies





State agencies



County agencies



Regional agencies and multi-agency mutual aid systems

  • Belknap Regional Special Operations Group {Lakes Region New Hampshire} BRSOG
  • Central New Hampshiremarker Special Operations Unit (SOU)
  • Dickson County Special Operations Response Team (S.O.R.T.) Dickson County, Tennessee
  • James/Valley Regional Special Operations Team (J/V S.O.T.)Jamestown, Valley City, Barnes, and Stutsman County, North Dakota
  • Lake Area Critical Incident Team (CIT), Milwaukee metropolitan area (Wisconsinmarker; five member agencies)
  • Louisiana Division of Levee District Police Marine Special Response Team, US Homeland Security-Coast Guard Area Maritime Security Committee Ouachita/Red
  • Northern Illinois Police Alarm System (NIPAS) Emergency Services Team (EST), suburbs of Chicago, not including the city (Illinoismarker; 99 member agencies)
  • Red River Valley SWAT Team, Eastern North Dakotamarker and western Minnesotamarker (five member agencies)
  • Southern New Hampshiremarker Special Operations Unit (eight member agencies)
  • West Dakota SWAT team, North Dakotamarker (four member agencies)
  • North County SWAT (California); cities of Breamarker/Yorba Lindamarker; Fullertonmarker; California State University Fullertonmarker; La Habramarker; Placentiamarker; La Palmamarker
  • West County SWAT (Orange County, Californiamarker); cities of Cypressmarker; Fountain Valleymarker; Los Alamitosmarker; Westminstermarker; Seal Beachmarker
  • South Orange County Agencies Response Team (California) Irvine, Tustin, UC Irvine, Laguna Beach, Newport Beach.
  • Capital Region (Connecticutmarker), CREST (Capital Region Emergency Service Team), (9 member agencies)
  • Grand Forks Regional SWAT Team, Northeastern North Dakotamarker and Northwestern Minnesotamarker (4 member agencies)
  • Felony Investigative Assistance Team (FIAT) SWAT, DuPage County, Illinoismarker, (16 member agencies)
  • MSWAT - Metro Special Weapons and Tactics - Pierce County, Washington - 9 member agencies: Bonney Lake, Fife, Milton, Lakewood, Puyallup, Steilacoom, DuPont, Sumner and Buckley, Washington Police Departments.
  • MAMA-DERT Multi-Agency Mutual Aid Drug Enforcement Response Team, US 321 corridor, Gaston, Lincoln, Catawba, Burke, Caldwell, and Watauga Counties, North Carolina, incorporates DEA, and other Federal Agencies, as well as all Special Response units within these counties, whether Sheriff's Office or County Police
  • Southwest Regional Emergency Response Team, South Western Connecticut. Consists of Trumbull, Darien, Wilton, Easton and Monroe
  • Western Wayne County Special Operations Team, Michigan
  • Tri-Cities Regional SWAT Team, Tri-Cities, Washington
  • Southeastern Arizona Task Force (SEATF), Graham County, Arizonamarker/Greenlee County, Arizonamarker
Stephens County Sheriff's Office,Duncan,Oklahoma, Special Operations Response Team

Non-municipal police departments



Municipal police departments



Associations

  • New York Tactical Officers Association
  • Florida S.W.A.T. Association
  • National Tactical Officers Association
  • Tennessee Tactical Police and Paramedics Association
  • Texas Association of Hostage Negotiators
  • Texas Tactical Police Officer's Association
  • Illinois Tactical Officers Association
  • Rhode Island Tactical Officers Association
  • Wisconsin Association of SWAT Personnel


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