MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The entire Hallandale Beach SWAT team has resigned from their current assignment, but not from the police department, according to a communication received by City of Hallandale Beach Police Chief Sonia Quinones.

Chief Quinones has set up a meeting for Monday at 3 p.m. with the officers who resigned to hear their grievances and concerns.

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The City of Hallandale Beach said it continues to have special weapons and tactics coverage through regional mutual aid.

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The officers who submitted their resignation specifically mention their displeasure with the Chief joining members of our community in taking a knee against racism, hatred, and intolerance earlier this week.

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The eight officers and two sergeants say they were “minimally equipped” and had been “disrespected” by city officials. They say these officials refused to address equipment and training concerns.