Hoboken City Councilman Peter Cammarano is calling on the police department to disband the SWAT team and suspend any of the officers involved in the photographs that have surfaced of members of the team posing with Hooters waitresses holding guns during a trip down South in 2005 to bring relief to victims of Hurricane Katrina. Cammarano, who is chairman of the council's public safety committee, also said he supports Mayor David Roberts' decision to appoint a civilian director to oversee the police and fire departments. "I am not confident that things are running smoothly in wake of the latest revelations," Cammarano said. "We sent an elite tactical squad of police officers to New Orleans after Katrina on a relief mission, and now we have graphic images of what was going on down there." The team included Lt. Angelo Andriani, who is also being sued for what five Hispanic officers say is racism, including one instance - during the same 2005 trip - in which he put a white napkin over his head to make it look like a Ku Klux Klan hood. Roberts said he wants to wait for a full investigation before taking disciplinary action. Retired deputy fire chief and curator of the city's fire museum Bill Bergin will be named director of public safety, a new $27,000-a-year full-time post overseeing the police and fire departments. Bergin will supervise Police Chief Carmen LaBruno and Fire Chief John Cassesa, neither of whom attended today's press conference announcing the new post.