Still, he said he would not hesitate to ask for help from neighboring SWAT units if necessary.
"Would I call them? Oh yeah. Would I call the sheriff's SWAT? Yeah," he said.
The team's main function, he said, "would be to contain a situation until a larger team arrived."
Then counter to his comments at the AUG 26 council meeting where he claimed "an hour" for MCSO SWAT to be on scene.
"The regional team, composed of seven police agencies, was proposed in 2007 to lessen the Peninsula's reliance on the county's two large SWAT units based a half-hour's drive away at the Monterey County's Sheriff's Office and the Salinas Police Department."
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