Special Assignments Group Malta

For military special forces units, see List of special forces units.

This is a list of active Police Tactical Units.

Definition[edit]

Police Tactical Units are part of a civilian or gendarmerie-type[1]police force tasked with resolving high risk/critical incidents, including:

  • high risk armed offender/suspect searches/apprehensions including arrest warrant[2]
  • high risk search warrants involving an armed/dangerous offender/suspect[2]
  • siege/barricade incidents involving an armed offender/suspect[2]
  • domestic counter-terrorism incidents such as hostage rescue and/or armed intervention (including units that may be granted authority for overseas operations)[2]

In the United States, most police tactical units are known by the generic term of Special Weapons And Tactics (SWAT) team.[3] In Australia, police tactical units are formally known as a police tactical group.[4] The European Union uses the term Special Intervention Unit to define national counter terrorist police tactical units.[5]

For military special forces / special operations units see List of military special forces units.

Afghanistan[edit]

Interior Ministry

Albania[edit]

Algeria[edit]

Algerian police

Argentina[edit]

Argentine Federal Police
Argentine National Gendarmerie
  • Equipo Antiterrorista (Anti-Terrorist Team)
  • Scorpion Group - Formerly the Escuadrón Especial de la Gendarmería Nacional
  • Sección Operaciones Especiales de Monte de Gendarmería Nacional "Groupe Monte" (National Gendarmarie Jungle Special Operations Section)
  • Unidad Especial de Lucha Contra Narcotraficante (UELCON)
Local and other units

Australia[edit]

Police Tactical Group (PTG)

Australian Federal Police
New South Wales Police Force
Northern Territory Police
Queensland Police
South Australia Police
Tasmania Police
Victoria Police
Western Australia Police
New South Wales Corrective Services
Western Australia Department of Corrective Services

Austria[edit]

Federal Ministry of the Interior
  • EKO Cobra(Special operations and counterterrorism unit)
Landespolizeidirektion
Justizwache(Penitentiary police)

Azerbaijan[edit]

Ministry of Internal Affairs

Bahamas[edit]

Royal Bahamas Police Force
  • Security and Intelligence Branch

Bangladesh[edit]

Bangladesh Police

Belgium[edit]

Federal police

Bolivia[edit]

Bolivian Police Force
  • Unidad Tactica de Operaciones Policiales - UTOP (Tactical Response Unit)
  • Fuerza especial de lucha contra el narcotráfico- FELCN (Bolivian anti-narcotics force)
  • Fuerza especial de lucha contra el crimen- FELCC (Bolivian anti-criminal force)

Bosnia and Herzegovina[edit]

Bosnian Police Force
Other units

Bulgaria[edit]

Bulgarian Gendarmerie

Brazil[edit]

Federal Police Department
Polícia Militar
Policia Civil

Brunei[edit]

Royal Brunei Police Force
  • Special Operations Squad (SOS) - (Malay: Pasukan Gerak Khas (PGK))

Canada[edit]

Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Provincial, local and other units

Chile[edit]

China[edit]

Ministry of Public Security of the People's Republic of China
People's Armed Police (CAPF)

Colombia[edit]

National Police of Colombia

Croatia[edit]

Special Police

Czech Republic[edit]

Police of the Czech Republic
  • Útvar Rychlého Nasazení (URNa - Rapid Reaction Unit, national police CT unit)
  • Krajská Zásahová Jednotka (KZJ - Regional Intervention Unit, 8 regional police intervention units)
Celní správa České republiky
  • Skupina Operativního Nasazení (SON - Operative Deployment Unit, national customs intervention unit)

Denmark[edit]

Rigspolitiet
Københavns Politi (Copenhagen Police Department)

Ecuador[edit]

  • GOE - Grupo de Operaciones Especiales
  • GIR - Grupo de Intervención y Rescate

Egypt[edit]

Egyptian National Police
  • Unit 333 (Special unit of the interior ministry)

Estonia[edit]

Estonian Police
  • K-Commando (Special unit of the Central Crime Police)

Fiji[edit]

  • Police Tactical Response Unit (disbanded in 2007)[37]
  • Police National Operations Support Unit[38][39]

Finland[edit]

Police of Finland
Finnish Border Guard

France[edit]

National Police

In an emergency situation, BRI-BAC and RAID can also form a task-force called FIPN (Force d'intervention de la Police nationale), under the command of the RAID commander.

Gendarmerie
  • Groupe d'Intervention de la Gendarmerie Nationale (GIGN; "National Gendarmerie Intervention Group"). National unit based in Versailles-Satory, near Paris.
  • Antennes du GIGN (AGIGN): 13 Regional units based in metropolitan and overseas France and performing high risk arrests, personal protection and emergency counter-terrorism missions under operational control of GIGN.
  • Pelotons spécialisé de protection de la Gendarmerie (PSPG). 20 units primarily dedicated to protecting the French civilian nuclear sites. Can be engaged as tactical units in a secondary role.
Helicopter support for GIGN and RAID
  • Groupe interarmées d'hélicoptères (GIH). A joint army/air force helicopter unit belonging to COS (Commandement des opérations spéciales : Special operations command). Its primary role is support of GIGN and RAID.

Georgia[edit]

Germany[edit]

Federal
State

Greece[edit]

Greek Police
Greek Coast Guard
  • Special Operations Teams (OEA)

Hong Kong[edit]

Hong Kong Police Force

Hungary[edit]

Iceland[edit]

Icelandic Police
  • Víkingasveitin (Viking Squad / Special Operations Unit of the National Commissioner)

India[edit]

Indian Police Service
Protective Service Unit

Indonesia[edit]

Indonesian National Police (POLRI)

Directorate General of Customs and Excise (Indonesia) (Bea Cukai)

  • "Customs Tactical Unit" also known as "CTU" is the Special unit of the Indonesian Customs, primarily deals with emergency situations in international airports of Indonesia in regards of customs enforcement and smuggling cases.

Iran[edit]

Iranian Police

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