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Members of the Harris County Sheriff's Office High Risk Operations Unit and Hostage Negotiation Team are currently negotiating the surrender of one armed suspect," the Harris County Sheriff's Office said in a statement.
It will be a very high risk operation, but with the help of the Lord above, Damian then will have a chance to reach adulthood and live nearly a normal life" said his mother.
Chairman of Rathlin Energy UK, David Montagu-Smith, said: "This is a high risk operation, we call this a wildcat drilling operation.
The disposal is the latest move by the Manchester-based operator to cut costs and scale back its high risk operations.
The surgery is the first in a series of high risk operations to save Jasmine, who weighs just 10lbs.
Composed of 14 elite detectives and patrol officers who train bi-monthly to perform high risk operations such as hostage rescues, serving search warrants, subduing barricaded suspects, and engaging heavily-armed criminals, the Colton SWAT team had been using outdated equipment due to deep government budget cuts.
FPUs are rapid reaction mobile, self-sustained armed police officers specialized in high risk operations to protect people in immediate danger.
Recent news headlines highlighting high risk operations like those in the Gulf of Mexico have highlighted the importance of a proactive risk management culture; innovative organizations with strong risk management and contingency programs will rise above their competitors," said Kevin North, President and CEO of Dyadem.