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By Mickey Davis, Jim Weiss
Two styles of hostage negotiations evolved in the United States. On the East Coast, negotiators, usually investigators, were described as being in control, while on the West Coast they tended to be uniformed SWAT personnel cross trained as negotiators. In the aftermath of a crisis negotiation, it is recommended that both the negotiators and SWAT debrief together.
(This article was originally published in Tactical Response Mar/Apr 2013)