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I will be posting the new weapons, vehicles and other equipment each police force gets in the 16 different states of Germany. since 2014, the German Police across the country has becoming more militarized.
the 16 States
-Berlin
-Bavaria
-Lower Saxony
-Baden-Württemberg
-Rhineland-Palatinate
-Saxony
-Thuringia
-Hesse
-North Rhine Westphalia
-Saxony-Anhalt
-Brandenburg
-Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
-Hamburg
-Schleswig-Holstein
-Saarland
-Bremen
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North Rhine Westphalia's state police accepted 1 Survivor R Polizei model. The Survivor R is stationed in Essen but the state plans to acquire 3 more Düsseldorf, Köln and Duisburg
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sounds like both Bavaria, Berlin signed a major agreement that will be going on for 2 years. according to what I read both will conduct joint exercises every so often and both will help modernize, train their new CTUs (counter-terrorism unit) officers in the SEKs with newer training and weaponry. both Berlin and Bavaria plan on acquiring the FN SCAR-H PR DMR soon
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Great Loadout. can not see the logic behind having two rifles. The knee pads look more practical than the normal ones.
 

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Great Loadout. can not see the logic behind having two rifles. The knee pads look more practical than the normal ones.
a lot of our Police forces are moving away from the G36 and transitioning to the HK416, Haenel CR.223, SIG MCX etc. Bavaria was the first state to actually accomplish such a task. the G36s and MP5s are now used by basic patrol officers, while the SEK are equipped with newer and better weaponry.
only states I know that are not are Niedersachsen, Saarland, Rheinland-Pfalz and Thüringen but that is because their budgets are not as huge
 
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Great Loadout. can not see the logic behind having two rifles. The knee pads look more practical than the normal ones.
a lot of our Police forces are moving away from the G36 and transitioning to the HK416, Haenel CR.223, SIG MCX etc. Bavaria was the first state to actually accomplish such a task. the G36s and MP5s are now used by basic patrol officers, while the SEK are equipped with newer and better weaponry.
only states I know that are not are Niedersachsen, Saarland, Rheinland-Pfalz and Thüringen but that is because their budgets are now as huge
In some units, members are given the flexibility, to choose thier own weapons from a selection.

Each weapon performs differently, so everyone has a different comfort level, hence this logic.
 

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