We have scanned over the maximum count and the BHT has frozen. We have done this before and a member of our tec support team told us which three buttons to hold down so that we could delete one and get the information off the machine, We phone Tec today and they say the only method is to loose the information and reset the machine , like I said we know this is not the case! could you help us with the button reset sequece?
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That would depend on your point of view. The most frequent antagonists are the criminals and gang members that appear on the show. However the show is very clever on how it perceives each of it's characters on which of them are actually bad. The strike team members, do an excessive amount of heinous acts, although most people are rooting for them. Other police officers, including Aceveda, Claudette, Dutch and Kavenaugh all try and catch the Strike Team members in criminal acts, portraying them as the antagonists. Although for the most part, when not interacting with the Strike Team, these characters are shown to be protagonists.Even the Strike Team members are shown to be antagonists from time to time. Vic and Shane are both shown to be very dark characters at different points in the show. Especially in season 7.
How Much Money Do SWAT Police Earn
Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) teams are comprised of specially trained police officers who are sent into high-risk situations. In most instances, the wages of SWAT team members are the same as salaries for regular police officers. However, police departments typically pay a monthly or annual pay differential to members of the SWAT team.
SWAT team officers are skilled marksmen trained to shoot long range targets with pinpoint accuracy. Trained snipers are also tasked with detecting and neutralizing threats posed to political figures at conventions and special events. These professionals often accompany regular patrol officers during confrontations involving organized crime figures or suspected terrorists. Most SWAT police are taught crowd control techniques to be used during riots or civil unrest. SWAT teams usually include negotiators who are tasked with resolving situations.
According to a 2011 report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, police officers, including SWAT team members, have an average base salary of $56,260 a year. Police officers in New Jersey are the highest paid in the nation with average salaries of $81,970. Among metropolitan areas, the highest wages are paid to police officers in the Los Angeles, Glendale and Long Beach area of California. These officers earn an average annual salary of $85,620.
Most police officers work for state and local law enforcement agencies. The budgets and pay structures of police departments vary, as do the payments made to SWAT team members. In Brownsville, Texas, SWAT team members receive a flat annual fee of $650 in addition to their base salaries. In Albuquerque, N.M., SWAT officers receive a $50 monthly payment that amounts to $600 a year in additional pay. In Riverside, Calif., full-time SWAT officers receive an additional payment that is equal to 3 percent of their base salaries.
Members of the SWAT team can potentially generate extra income by taking on additional responsibilities. In Round Rock, Texas and in Albuquerque, negotiators receive an annual payment of $600. Many SWAT team members provide firearms training to other officers, and a police officer in Round Rock can earn an additional $2,400, per year for working as a trainer. SWAT officers can further boost their pay if they are bilingual, are trained to defuse, or agree to work night shifts or special assignments.
Make sure unit is off. Hold down SF key, Number 1 key then also hold down PW (power button) in that order. All three buttons have to be held down together. Menu should appear, first option is to execute program. This is the only way to reset the unit. Turning it on and off when it is jammed does nothing. Hope this helps, Kerri
1.Play begins with the team that has the youngest player on it.
2.Choose one player from each team to be a "reader" while the opposing team chooses someone to be the "stealer." All players will take turns being "readers" and "stealers.
3.Take three Mad Gab cards from the box. The reader is the only one who does this.
4.Show the three cards' answers, without looking at them yourself, to the opposing team with the exception of the stealer.
5.Play starts when the opposing team flips the hourglass timer.
6.Read out the clue, repeatedly, to your team while the timer is going.
7.Shout out suggested phrases or ask the reader to read the clue faster or slower while the other team listens. If the phrase on the card is correct the team that is not answering confirms that the answer is correct.
8.Time is up when the timer runs out. If there are any unanswered Mad Gab cards then the "stealer" from the opposing team gets the chance to try and answer the questions.
9.Scoring takes place as follows. The "reader" counts the Mad Gabs solved by his or her own team and moves their playing piece counter clockwise through the board that many places. The "stealer" does the same if he or she has answered any Mad Gabs for their team.
10.Following the instructions on the oval that you have landed on, on your next turn.
11.Winning occurs when one team lands on the finish oval.