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Bristol Police Explorers SWAT Team attended competition

ictured left to right: Connor Feeney Wallace, Trey Frechette, John Duncan, Jake Leone, Lead Advisor Officer George Franek, Ally McMahon, Justin Seamour, Isaiah Bernazal and Matt Faggaini.

The Bristol Police Explorers SWAT Team attended a competition on Saturday, October 14, 2017 at the Fairfield Regional Fire School.

Explorers were dispatched to 9 different scenarios and had to problem solve, work as a team, and communicate in order to successfully execute and de-escalate the situations.

The 2017 SWAT team was comprised of 8 explorers. They received the following awards: 1st PLACE – Team Event, 2nd PLACE – Felony Drug Warrant, 2nd PLACE – High Risk Search Warrant ,2nd PLACE – Rapid Deployment, 3rd PLACE – High Risk Traffic Stop. T

The team also placed 2nd overall out of 8 other teams.

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