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  1. #11
    You don't leave the people in the building to be hit by shrapnel and ricocheting bullets.





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  2. #12
    That's true, but there is crossfire in the street as well and not sure if they would be more safer, if they ran out in open, instead of using office walls cover.

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  4. #14
    Okay thanks, I will write it so that the people hurry out then .

  5. #15
    This is pretty simple stuff to be flummoxed by. If the situation is that bad, the citizens are removed to the place where they are least likely to come to harm. Basement, out the fire exits, negotiated passage, those are all possibilities. Draw yourself up a floor plan. Figure out the angles.
    Here's some information a couple minutes' worth of googling found:

    https://www.policeone.com/swat/artic...mes-or-fights/

    https://www.tactical-life.com/lifest...entry-tactics/

    https://ntoa.org/massemail/swatstandards.pdf






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