Rough back-of-the-envelope calculation:
117,538,000 households in the US.
That works out to around 1 out of every 235 households on the low end. Assuming there have been 80,000 SWAT raids per year, that would be around one out of every 146 households.
The average being 208 households.
During this period of expanded police military actions, the violent crime rate by civilians has plummeted substantially.
Watch America’s Longest War by the Reason Foundation.