GTICanada

The Sûreté du Québec, with its 5’600 Officers, is the provincial Police service for the Canadian province of Quebec. Within the Agency, the almost 40 years old elite Tactical Intervention Group’s (GTI) primary mission is to intervene during hostage-taking and barricaded person situations. They are ready,  trained and equipped to operate at anytime, anywhere in this huge 1,542,056 km2 (595,391 sq mi) territory which is about three times the size of France

ALBATROSArgentina

Operating out of Buenos Aires, the ALBATROS Group is the elite unit of the Naval Prefectura, the Argentinian service acting both as Coast Guards and a Gendarmerie force. The ALBATROS Group skills in amphibious and waterborne operations allow them to face the many challenging situations and environments they encounter while protecting the country’s rivers and maritime territory.

WDTOPoland

Poland has a highly developed system of law enforcement and a crime rate lower than in many European countries. Thus, there are still about 200 criminal groups operating across the country and it’s central location in Europe makes it an ideal territory for trafficking and smuggling of all sorts. Amongst those organized crime groups, those dealing with economic and custom/Tax crimes are fought by a small but very efficient and well equipped tactical unit belonging to the Customs and Treasury Service.