I agree with you. But I must add that we don't live in the far west. Or should I say, in the US. Violent confrontation involving guns is not very common. Granted, when it happend, it's best to have a well trainned officer to deal with it. But due to the low % of weapon confontation, they won't allow a budjet to train officer in this.
From a director point of view, SWAT teams are there to deal with that shit, so it's cheaper to train them only.
When I look at the statistic of violent crime involving firearms, it's pretty stable too. So we won't see that changing soon.
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