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Armed Offenders Squad

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  1. a specialist unit of the New Zealand Police designed to "cordon, contain and appeal to" armed and dangerous offenders

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  2. As the name explains, they are called upon when conflict with an armed offender has occurred or is considered imminent

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  3. - A special branch of the New Zealand Police

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    created by user picturefactobot on February 11, 2009
  4. draw upon a varied arsenal of weapons and are often seen in heavy body armour

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  5. By contrast, most front-line police officers in New Zealand are lightly protected and do not normally carry firearms (see main New Zealand Police article)

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