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LVPD Handbook.

Post  Kevin_McCabe on Thu Dec 27, 2012 12:21 pm

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*MISSION STATEMENT : It shall be the primary mission and goal of this department to provide equal and fair enforcement of the law, to reassure all citizens of the United States of their constitutional rights, and ensure equal protection to life, liberty, and property through the deployment of superior police service.


Table of contents


1.PROLOGUE AND INTRODUCTION
- Department Mission Statement and Core Values
- Department Objective
- Commands

2. DUTIES AND GENERAL ENFORCEMENT
- Jurisdiction Lines
- Vehicles
- Weapons and Firearms
- Radio Channels and Codes (( Department / Faction Radio ))

3. USAGE OF THE MOBILE DATA COMPUTER
- What is the Mobile Data Computer?
- B.O.L.O. Creations (Be on the look out)
- Warrant Creations

4. CHAIN OF COMMAND & UNIFORMS
- Chain of Command & Uniforms

5.STANDARD ORDINANCES
- Miranda Act
- Force Continuum
- Internal Affairs

6.STANDARD PROCEDURES
- Station Duty Procedures
- MPS Duty Procedures
- Patrol Procedure
- Arrest Procedure
- Ticketing Procedure
- Detain Procedure
- Off Duty and On Duty Procedure
- Charges for Arresting





1.PROLOGUE AND INTRODUCTION
1.1 - Department Purpose and Core Values

*Goal and purpose : "To serve and protect"

*Core values :
JUSTICE: Use of authority to uphold what is right, just and lawful
EQUITY: Fair, impartial and equitable treatment of all people.
INTEGRITY: Faithful performance of our duties and always doing the right thing for the right reason.
HONESTY: Incorruptible character and truthfulness.
ACCOUNTABILITY: Demonstrating responsibility in all activities.
RESPECT: Treating others as we would like to be treated.
DIVERSITY: Encouraging the participation of all people and the inclusion of diverse points of view.
TEAMWORK: Achieving more through partnerships.
INNOVATION: Encouraging creativity in the performance of our duties.
COSTUMER SERVICE: Exceeding our customers’ expectations.


1.2 - Department Objective

1.Reverence for the Law
The main thrust of a peace officer’s duties consists of an attempt to enforce the law. In our application of the law, we must do it within a legal spirit which was so clearly set forth by the framers of the Bill of Rights, an original part of our Constitution. That bill had as its purpose elevating the rights of each citizen to a position co-equal with the state which miht accuse him. Its purpose was to provide for an enforcement of the law with fundamental fairness and equity. Because of the Bill of Rights, the dignity of the individual person in America was placed in an almost sacred position of importance.A peace officer’s enforcement should not be done in grudging adherence to the legal rights of the accused, but in a sincere spirit of seeking that every accused person is given all of his rights as far as it is within the powers of the police.In the discharge of our enforcement of criminal statutes, the peace officer must scrupulously avoid any conduct which would make him a violator of the law. The solution of a crime, or the arrest of a lawbreaker, can never justify the peace officer committing a felony as an expedient for the enforcement of the law.We peace officers should do our utmost to foster a reverence for the law. We can start best by displaying a reverence for the legal rights of our fellow citizens and a reverence for the law itself.


2.Crime Prevention Top Priority
The basic mission for which the police exist is to prevent crime and disorder as an alternative to repression by military force and severity of legal punishment. When the police fail to prevent crime, it becomes important to apprehend the person responsible for the crime and gather all evidence that might be used in a subsequent trial.


3.Public Approbation of Police
The ability of the police to perform their duties is dependent upon public approval of police existence, actions, behavior, and the ability of the police to secure and maintain public respect.


4.Voluntary Law Observance
The police must secure the willing cooperation of the public in voluntary observance of the law in order to be able to secure and maintain the respect and approval of the public.


5.Public Cooperation
The degree of public cooperation that can be secured diminishes, proportionately, the necessity for the use of physical force and compulsion in achieving police objectives.


6.Impartial Friendly Enforcement
The police seek and preserve public favor, not by catering to public opinion, but by constantly demonstrating absolutely impartial service to the law without regard to the justice or injustice of the substance of individual laws; by readily offering individual service and friendship to all members of society without regard to their race or social standing; by the ready exercise of courtesy and friendly good humor; and by readily offering individual sacrifice in protecting and preserving life.

7.Minimum Use of Force
The police should use physical force to the extent necessary to secure observance of the law or to restore order when the exercise of persuasion, advice, and warning is found to be insufficient to achieve police objectives; and police should use only the reasonable amount of physical force which is necessary on any particular occasion for achieving a police objective.

8.Public Are the Police
The police at all times should maintain a relationship with the public that gives reality to the historic tradition that the police are the public and that the public are the police; the police are the only members of the public who are paid to give full-time attention to duties which are incumbent on every citizen in the interest of community welfare.


9.Limit of Police Power
The police should always direct their actions strictly toward their functions and never appear to usurp the powers of the judiciary by avenging individuals or the state, or authoritatively judging guilt or punishing the guilty.


10.Test of Police Effectiveness
The test of police effectiveness is the absence of crime and the presence of public order. It is not the evidence of police action in dealing with crime and disorder.


11.People Working with Police
The task of crime prevention cannot be accomplished by the police alone. This task necessarily requires the willing cooperation of both the police and the public working together toward a common goal.


12.Managers Working with Police
Only line police officers perform the tasks for which police were created. They are the operating professionals. Supervisors and managers exist to define problems, to establish objectives, and to assist line police officers in the accomplishment of the police mission.The evaluation of a manager should be based on the improvement and excellence of his subordinates in the achievement of organizational goals. The life’s blood of good management is a thoroughly systematic, two-way circulation of information, feelings, and perceptions throughout the organization.


13.Police Working with Police
For many reasons, some specialization of work is necessary. Specialization should be created only when vitally necessary. When specialization is created, organization should be adjusted to ensure that the specialists and generalists who serve the same citizens work closely together on the common problems in as informal an organizational structure as possible. This will tend to ensure a unity of effort, resources, and the effective service to a common goal.


14.Police Work with Criminal Justice System
It must be recognized that the police and the people alone cannot successfully resolve the problems of crime. The criminal justice system as a whole, in order to properly serve the public, must operate as a total system with all of its various elements working together. The close cooperation of the police with prosecutors, courts, and correctional officers is necessary in order to ensure the development of a safer community.


15.Police/Press Relationships
One of the first and most fundamental considerations of this nation’s founders in drafting the Bill of Rights was to provide for a free press as an essential element of the First Amendment to the Constitution. They recognized that a well-informed citizenry is vital to the effective functioning of a democracy. Police operations profoundly affect the public and therefore arouse substantial public interest. Likewise, public interest and public cooperation bear significantly on the successful accomplishment of any police mission. The police should make every reasonable effort to serve the needs of the media in informing the public about crime and other police problems. This should be done with an attitude of openness and frankness whenever possible. The media should have access to personnel, at the lowest level in a Department, who are fully informed about the subject of a press inquiry. The media should be told all that can be told that will not impinge on a person’s right to a fair trail, seriously impede a criminal investigation, imperil a human life, or seriously endanger the security of the people. In such cases, the minimum information should be given which will not impinge on the four areas and we should merely state that nothing more can be said.In all other matters in our relationship with the media in dealing with current news, every member of the Department should make every reasonable effort consistent with accomplishing the police task in providing the media representatives with full and accurate material.


16.Management by Objectives
In order to effectively deal with the most important problems, objectives must be established. The establishment of objectives and the means used to ensure that they are reached must include the participation of those involved in the task. The setting of an objective has very little meaning without the participation of those involved.


17.Management by Participation
Since employees are greatly influenced by decisions that are made and objectives that are established, it is important for them to be able to provide input into the methods utilized to reach these decisions. Employees should be encouraged to make recommendations which might lead to an improvement in the delivery of police services and assist in the furtherance of the Department meeting its objective.*


18.Territorial Imperative
Police work is one of the most personal of all personal services. It deals with human beings in life and death situations. The police officers and the people they serve must be as close as possible, and where possible must know one another. Such closeness can generate the police-citizen cooperation necessary for the involvement of the whole community in community protection. Organization of assignments should ensure that the police and the same citizens have an opportunity to continuously work for the protection of a specific community. Strength through interacting together and working together on common problems can be enhanced through officers and the people feeling at home with one another in an atmosphere of mutual cooperation. This may be described as a utilization of the "Territorial Imperative." employees are greatly influenced by decisions that are made and objectives that are established, it is important for them to be able to provide input into the methods utilized to reach these decisions. Employees should be encouraged to make recommendations which might lead to an improvement in the delivery of police services and assist in the furtherance of the Department meeting its objective.*


19.Openness and Honesty
For police-public cooperation, there must be respect of the police by the public. This is best ensured by optimum openness of the Department in its operations. A general feeling and reality of openness must pervade the police organization. Above all, the police officer must be consistently open, honest, and trustful in all matters. A combination of honesty and openness will effectively develop respect in the community for the police and make it possible for citizens to come to them with problems and information. Where this trust does not exist because of a lack of honesty or openness, the channels of communication between the police and the public are clogged and the police must desperately struggle on alone.



1.3 - Commands


Lockers /lspd
The locker rooms of the LSPD are going to essentially be your home. Everything you will ever need can be found in there. Be sure to be in the correct uniform, have any weapons that you have permissions for, and be on duty! You are allowed to go off-duty if you talk with a High Command member, however don't get it mixed up! Being off-duty is only allowed with permission, if you don't know how to differentiate, stay on duty.


Faction Radio /r
The faction radio is used to talk to all members of the LSPD. Anybody may use this radio, however, the radio is IC. You may talk OOC if you put brackets around your words. Also, be sure not to power-game or meta-game any calls! If your being held hostage, don't scream over radio "HELP I'M BEING ROBBED!" Roleplay, the robbers would hear you and do something about it. So make sure that if your in a similar situation, don't power-game the radio.


Department Radio /d
This radio frequency is used to talk to all departments. This includes LSPD, FBI, LSFMD, SASD, SASP, Government, and Judicial. You must be a Sergeant or above to use department radio without permission. If you are found using department radio without permission as an Corporal or below, you will be dealt with. Department radio is for necessary communications, no chatting is allowed (OOC chat). That is the main reason we have a rule for its usage. Whenever you are delivering a Most Wanted you always have permission to use the Department radio. In all other circumstances ask for permission first to use the Department radio! A Sergeant or above can provide you permission.There is a server rule about using OOC in department radio. If you are found using any OOC, the admins have all rights to prison/jail you. Keep it strictly IC, or don't complain when you get punished. Others may use OOC in department radio, who cares, don't join in.Guidelines for Department Radio:You may use it if you require urgent medical support
MPS units can respond to MPS calls
You may use it if you have to convey operational information of extreme importance where the safety of the public or staff is at risk.
Arguments with other agencies will*NOT*be tolerated under any circumstance (See supervising officer)
General discussions must not take place. If a discussion is to be lengthy, use your mobile phone.

Gate Control /gate
The gate is a common day use for all Officers. We have two gates: one leading to the impound lot and one leading to the garage. Make sure that both gates stay closed at all times. They only time they should be open is when an authorized vehicle needs to pass by.
Always look behind you when going through the gates. If someone is behind you, keep the gate open and let them come in as well. Also, make sure that the driver is the only person who operates the gate. This will prevent confusion and prevent the passenger from closing the gate on the car.

Megaphone /m
This is a very useful tool for car chases. The megaphone can go a good distance due to its loudness. Make sure to keep it professional, we don't need civilians hearing your conversation from a block away.Another thing, discuss ahead of time who is going to operate the megaphone. Two people screaming into it during a car chase isn't necessary. If your the driver, let your passenger operate it so you can concentrate on driving!

Wanted List /wanted
The wanted list is, as you guessed, a list of wanted people. This will show each and ever wanted member in the city and what their wanted level is. As an officer, try and prevent from five or more people getting on the wanted list. If you notice a ton of people, feel free to trace their cellphone using the detective job. It will help keep the streets clean. Whenever you are looking on the wanted list, don't forget to Roleplay it!

Issuing Warrants /su
Issuing warrants is the single-most important tool in the LSPD. It is how we give people "wanted stars." Whenever someone commits a crime, place a /su on them, that will give them a wanted level, notifying the FBI and the rest of the LSPD to go after the person. You can only arrest people with wanted stars, so without this command, we are toasted.There is absolutely no tolerance for misusing this command. If you are found placing phony warrants on people, you will be*FIRED*on the spot. Another thing of note, do not meta-game warrants. To place a warrant, you must have the person's name or ID (License). If you don't have their name, don't place a warrant. You can gather the name using various methods: licenses, the MDC, the fingerprint scanner, and checking in with the hospital after critically injuring a suspect. ALWAYS make sure you get their name. You can and will be fired/demoted for meta-gaming.


Tickets /ticket
Tickets are the way we deal with suspects that perform either one crime or small crimes, such as traffic violations. Crimes like murder, rape, hostage taking, ETC. should obviously result in an arrest. Tickets are to never be given over $10,000. You should also not be handing out $10,000 for extremely small crimes. Anybody found doing so will be fired and arrested for corruption.Always remember, gather the suspect's name before handing out tickets. Don't meta-game otherwise you will be demoted or fired. The most common way to getting the name of a suspect that deserves a ticket is getting their license or matching a picture to their name via MDC.


Arresting /arrest
Arrests should only be made when a suspect has committed multiple crimes or a more serious crime, like attempted murder. This command arrests whoever is wanted and is in your car. So make sure it is only you and the suspect your arresting in the car, otherwise, things could bug out.Make sure you put an appropriate amount on the fine, minutes, and bail. If they only committed three crimes, don't give them $20,000 for 20 minutes with a bail of $300,000. Doing so could get you fired or demoted. A good rule of thumb that I follow is: $4,000 and 4 minutes per star. If they comply, take off some minutes and part of the fine. If they struggle, add time to their sentence and increase their fine.


Frisking /frisk
This is used to pat down a suspect and see what he/she has on them. It will display crack, materials, pot, and their weapons. This is useful for finding any illegal substances that a suspect may be finding.Always be sure to put non-latex gloves on prior to frisking. This will prevent disease transmission. The reason for non-latex gloves is due to the fact that some people have severe allergic reactions to latex. DO NOT "lube" up the gloves with spit. If you are witnessed doing so, you face possible suspension, demotion, or being fired.

Cuffing Suspects /cuff
Cuffing is absolutely necessary for catching suspects. Cuffs will break after four minutes. Make sure you watch time and RPly tighten the cuffs if need be. Always remember that you can't cuff people who don't have their hands up or if they aren't tazed. Always prevent yourself from tazing people with their hands up. The tazer should only be used if the suspect is resisting. Normally what I do is when you are processing someone and you have a partner, let your partner stand at the door next to the suspect. In case he decides to run off your partner could just grab him in his neck right away.


Uncuffing Suspects /uncuff
Uncuffing suspects might come in handy every once in a while. If you cuff someone for a bad reason or a situation comes along, this command will allow your suspect to go free. Always remember, if you didn't cuff the suspect, it isn't your suspect. Do not uncuff other officers' suspects. Doing so could get you in some trouble.


Tazer /tazer
The tazer is a non-lethal weapon used for subduing suspects. This is another tool that may never be abused. When you use this command, it will take up a SD pistol as a tazer, and you are able to taze the person you aiming at for 8 seconds. Enough time to cuff the suspect up.Always remember that rush-tazing is a server rule. If someone is shooting at you,*DO NOT*taze them, shoot back. Once the person begins to run away, you may taze them again. Also, try and prevent from tazing people who have their hands up. You are allowed to cuff people if they are either tazed or if they have their hands up


Detaining Suspects /detain
Detaining is another necessary step to arresting suspects. To properly detain someone, make sure the car is right next to them and place them in the closest seat. If the car can't get close to the suspect, you can simply walk or drag the suspect to the car.Try to detain to the correct seat for proper RP. Seat 1 is the passenger seat. Seat 2 is the seat behind the driver seat. Seat 3 is the seat behind the passenger seat. More information about it on the end of the Handbook! Try and memorize the seat positions for maximum RP.


Deploying Spikes /deployspikes
This command will lay a set of road spikes down on the ground. Road spikes are useful for popping the tires of vehicles. This will make trouble for the driver trying to get away as well as severely slow down the vehicle. Maximum of spike strips you are able to deploy is five (5).A notice will be sent to all departments of the location of your spikes whenever you lay some down. You will also be told the ID of the spike strips your laying down. Only Sergeants and above have access to spikes. A total of 5 spikes may be down on the ground at any given time. This includes spikes from the FBI and NG. Do not leave any spike strips unattended or you will face a possible removal of your rank.


Removing Spikes /removespikes
This command will collect any spikes on ground. To prevent confusion, be sure to only pickup the spikes you set on the ground. Do not pickup other people's spikes as there might be a use to them. Once again, only Sergeants and above can remove spikes.


Calling for Backup /backup
This command is necesary when you are chasing or you deal with some suspects and you need back up . This command will inform all the nearby units about your location and they will respond to your call as soon as posible.


Calling-off Backup /nobackup
If for some reason you no longer need backup, you can call it off using this command. This will remove the beacon from the GPS of all departments.


Operating Cameras /cam
One task in the LSPD is station duty. While on station duty, you have the option of operating the cameras. To get to the cameras, head over to the locker room. The camera security room can be found across the locker room Turn on the cameras using this command. This is useful for monitoring the LSPD and gaining tactical advantages over any riots that have broken loose within the perimeter of the LSPD HQ.There are 8 camera modes to choose from. Camera 1 is the front of the PD. Camera 2 is inside the lobby of the PD. Camera 3 is in the locker rooms. Camera 4 is a view of the hallway behind the metal doors. Camera 5 if a view of the jail cells. Camera 6 is the back portion of the garage. Camera 7 is the front potion of the garage. Camera 8 is the option for turning off the cameras.


Government Announcements /gov
This will issue a government broadcast to all civilians in Los Santos. This is only to be used to broadcast important information. Pointless broadcasts are not needed and shouldn't be used over the government broadcast. Misusing the broadcast system could give you a demotion, firing, and admin prison. Since this is a command that is widely available for major abuse, only Captains and above may have access to this system.

Division Invites /lspddiv
This command will allow for High Command members to assign people to divisions. This is used to let other people know if you are a member of either S.W.A.T. or a Field Training Officer. After being invited to a division, it will either say "(SWAT)" or "(FTO)" next to your name in /r along with your rank. Cadets are unable to join any division. Only Officers and above are eligible.There are three numbers to choose from for the ID of the division. 1 means you are not in a division. 2 means you are a part of SWAT. 3 means you are a FTO. This will help identify people that are allowed to do SWAT situations or be training. Only Captains and above may assign people to divisions.


Showing Your Badge /showbadge
This command allows you to show your badge to anybody that asks. It is a great way to tell if someone is working for a Civil Service faction or not. If someone won't show you their badge or it looks fake, then you know you have a possible impersonator.

Deploying Barricades /deploycade
This will set-up a huge blockade that will stop any vehicle dead in its tracks. It is very useful to prevent people from getting places. There is a limit to the number of barricades allowed to be spawned. All LEO Factions can have 5 barricades out at any time. Which means, if the SASD has 4 barricades, you can only deploy one.Due to possible abuse, only Sergeants and above are able to lay down a barricade. If you leave the barricade unattended, you face a possible removal of your rank.


Removing Barricades /destroycade
This command allows you to remove any barricade near you. You must be standing very close to the barricade to do so. Only Sergeants and above have the ability to take down barricades

2. DUTIES AND GENERAL ENFORCEMENT
2.1 – Jurisdiction Lines


The Los Santos Police Department is a local law enforcement agency that makes sure that the entire unity of Los Santos is protected and served under the United States Constitution. We are paid to patrol and provide police service to the City of Los Santos. There is a state agency nearby known as the San Andreas State Police Department, and a county agency nearby known as the San Andreas Sheriff's Department. With them being where they are, the Los Santos Police Department has a tendency to stay away from the outter areas, outside of Los Santos.



With that being said, the Los Santos Police Department's jurisdiction lines go to the beginning of flint and red county. Officers may enter their jurisdiction if responding to an emergency situation, or for other lawful reasons in the course of their duty. There are law enforcement agencies responsible for those outside jurisdictions, and LSPD Officers shall not "joyride" or do any other unnecessary patrols unless requested to do so.


2.3 – Communications

In the Los Santos Police Department, each member is issued two separate radios for communication. They have a regular department radio (( /r )) which is used to communicate solely within the departments ranks and to receive and give out information when necessary.Then there is the department frequency (( /d )) which is used to speak with all law enforcement agencies around San Andreas. This frequency is limited from usage by only Sergeant's and above unless directed otherwise. Please see the radio codes below to begin usage of them.

Status Codes:
Code 0: Game Crashed
Code 1: Routine Response (If your doing something, deal with it first. No lights and siren authorized.)
Code 2: Urgent Response (If your doing something, drop it and respond. Lights and siren authorized when necessary.)
Code 3: Emergency Response (All units drop what your doing and respond.)
Code 4: No Further Assistance / I'm Okay
Code 7: Mealtime / Lunch Break
Code 10: Bomb Threat
Code 33: Radio Silence, unless relevant to the current situation at hand.

Codes
10-1 Receiving Poorly
10-2 Receiving Well
10-3 Stop Transmitting
10-4 Messaged Received (NOT "Yes" or "Affirmative")
10-6 Busy but available (Used for when you're doing something but can still respond to emergencies)
10-7 Out of Service, not available (Used for when you cannot respond to emergencies)
10-8 In Service//On Duty
10-9 Repeat Last Transmission
10-10 Off Duty
10-15 Male in Custody
10-15f Female in Custody
10-19 At the Station /OR/ Returning to Station
10-20 Location
10-22 Cancel / Disregard
10-23 Stand-By
10-26 Traffic Stop
10-26a High Risk Traffic Stop
10-27 License Status Check
10-29 Check Crimes/Warrants
10-39 Status Check
10-62 Attempting a P.I.T.
10-66 Suspicious Person
10-76 En route
10-80 Pursuit in Progress
10-85 Area Check (Not a call type. Used for when you're 10-97, but looking around instead of arriving)
10-97 At Scene
10-98 Finished with Last Detail, all units available
10-99 Suspect Present
10-100 Civil disturbance - Mutual aid standby.
10-101 Civil disturbance - Mutual aid request.*

11-14 Need HSIU assistance (When in a high speed pursuit)
11-44 Coroner's Case ("11-44: Dead on the Floor")
11-80 Accident - Major Injury
11-81 Accident - Minor Injury
11-82 Accident - Property Damage Only (PDO)
11-83 Accident - No Details
11-98 Meet at location
11-99 Officer Needs Help (You need EVERYONE, Immediately.)

3.MOBILE DATA COMPUTER
3.1 – What is the Mobile Data Computer ?

The Mobile Data Computer is a laptop and tool designated inside of a Los Santos Police Department vehicle. It's in every vehicle that was listed above for usage within the department. When you first open up your MDC computer (( /mdc )) while in your vehicle, you should see a screen that looks similar to this:


This screen provides you with the following:- Find LEO: This allows you to find certain LEO's in San Andreas.- Civilian Information: This allows you to check the warrants, licenses and issue warrants on suspects. It looks like this:


Law Enforcement Agencies: This allows you to see all of the on-duty members of the factions, LSPD, SASP, SASD, FBI and LSFMD.

- SMS: This brings you to a menu where you can SMS certain people without using a cell phone, but directly through the computer.



3.2 – B.O.L.O Creations

When creating a BOLO (be on the look out) you must click on the "Civilian Information" section of the MDC. It will bring up the screen that was shown above. In here you must click on "Create BOLO" and it will give you an area to choose a specific slot. Choose slot 1 for example and double click it. Then add the following information necessary to the BOLO.BOLO 1: Black Infernus, two suspect inside; fully equipped with NOS.


3.3 – Warrant Creations

If you'd like to place a warrant out on someone, you must click on "Civilian Information" on the main menu of the MDC. It should bring up a menu that looks similar to this to the BOLOs but it says "Warrants" and "Create Warrant."On this page, you must click on "Create Warrant" where it brings up a menu in which you need to fill out. When you're on the issue section, you must click a slot number in which you want to place the warrant in. Then you may type out the details of the warrant and what you want the warrant to be added for. Here's a quick example:Warrant 1: Suspect James Smith, IC2, wanted for Attempted Murder of an LEO.


5.STANDARD ORDINANCES
5.1 – Miranda Act


The Miranda Act is a warning that is required to be given by police in the United States to criminal suspects in police custody (or in a custodial situation) before they are interrogated to inform them about their constitutional rights.There are numerous versions of the Miranda Act but the most basic is as followed:

You have the right to remain silent.Anything you do or say can and will be used against you in the court of law.You have the right to an attorney after initial processing has been completed.Do you understand these rights as I have read them?

If the Miranda Act is not read to someone whom has been detained or arrested, the arrest is considered invalid and will not be completed in a court of law. The subject may be released at once if the rights were not read.



5.2 – Force Continuum

In lamest terms, the force continuum or the force matrix simply means the amount of equal force used upon a suspect whom is being arrest or secured. Please follow the list of examples that are given below.

Force Level 1
- Suspect may be verbally assaulting you or others
- Suspect starts to show aggression in his tone of speaking
- Suspect may be taunting you, or using foul language

*Your actions
At this point in time you are not authorized to use any physical means of force at all. You may issue verbal warnings at this point in an attempt to calm down the suspect. No hands on or support equipment required.


Force Level 2
- Suspect has committed a crime
- Suspect is disobeying direct orders from a LEO
- Suspect is starting to hint at violent actions
- Suspect is starting to make aggressive movements with his body
- Suspect may seem to be preparing for a physical engagement- Suspect is increasingly getting worse with his aggression in his tone against you, or others
- Suspect is showing disrespect against you or another person

*Your actions
At this point in time you are not authorized to use any secondary equipment. Call for assistance using a Code 2 Backup request, and move to a hands on approach of trying to escort the person from the situation or away from potential victims using voice commands and light gestures. ((* Jesse Ventura gently pushes the man in the other direction)).


Force Level 3
- Suspect has committed a crime
- Suspect may be using physical contact against you or another person
- Suspect may be using a non lethal weapon on you or another person
- Suspect may be threatening your life or another persons life
- Suspect is actively involved in any physical fight

*Your actions
At this time you are only allowed to only use a tazer, pepper spray or a nightstick to detain the suspect. You are to call in for code three backup from other Troopers at this time. Under no circumstances should you withdraw your firearm unless the situation reaches force level 4 for a serious assault or crime.


Force Level 4
- Suspect has done or is committing a felony crime
- Suspect is brandishing a firearm
- Suspect is assaulting another person with a vehicle
- Suspect has placed your life or another persons life in danger
- Suspect is seriously assaulting another person ((causing the person or you to be on low health))

*Your actions
At this point and time we observe that the suspect is possibly threatening another human life. At this point and time you are allowed to upholster your firearm and take aim on the suspect. Under no means should you ever fire unless the force level reaches 5. Also you are NEVER to tazer any suspect that is actively discharging a firearm. Note: If you warn someone to put away/drop a firearm and they do not comply, after the fifth warning you are expected to use your own judgment on how to handle the situation.


Force Level 5
- Suspect has done or is committing a serious felony crime
- Suspect is in the act of seriously assaulting you or another person to near death
- Suspect has a firearm and is aiming at you or other civilians
- Suspect may be firing the firearm at you or other civilians
- Suspect may be in a car attempting to hit you or other civilians
- Suspect is fleeing in a vehicle after three warnings have been issued
- Suspect has a hostage

*Your actions
At this point you are allowed to open fire at the suspect and shoot to kill. You are to do your best to avoid these situations but if they occur you are authorized to use deadly force. In regards to the suspect fleeing in a vehicle after you have gave him his ample supply of warnings your partner may shoot out his tires with approval. Once you hit one tire you should not be shooting anymore. You should radio in for code 3 assistance.



5.3 – Internal Affairs

The whole point in the department having an Internal Affairs is to keep a written record of members within the department who commit a crime or break an certain rule of conduct. The system of Internal Affairs is to issue disciplinary action for complaints. Supervisors handle discipline in the line of duty, while internal affairs handle complaints, whether by members or non-members.

The disciplinary system allows supervisors to use discretion on the punishment they see fit for the violation or ill act that was committed. The system is as follows:

Write up Notice A write up notice may be issued by internal affairs, or any Corporal and higher. A write up notice is an official document that will be kept in the internal affairs section of the forums. If you receive no disciplinary action for 1 month after receiving a write up notice, it will be removed as if it never existed. However, if you get written up again within that one month, they both stay, and the one month timer restarts.

Suspension Notice A suspension may only be issued by internal affairs, or any Sergeant or higher. A suspension notice is automatic if you have received three write ups within a one month period, or as a direct punishment for a certain act. Suspension notices never get removed once the suspension is served, or one month later. Suspensions will stay in your permanent file.

Termination Notice A termination may only be issued by the administrative captain, an Assistant Chief, or the Chief of Police. Captains may make an emergency termination if it is necessary, however emergency terminations must immediately be reported to the Chief of Police in writing. request a termination and present a valid case for immediate terminations, however they may not issue a termination.

IMPORTANT : RIGHT NOW THE STRIKES SYSTEM IS AVALIVIBLE SO THIS NOTICE SYSTEM IS NOT AVALIVBLE ANYMORE . THIS PART WILL BE UPDATED AS SOON AS POSIBLE.


6.STANDARD PROCEDURES
6.1 – Station Duty Procedure

When you are on Station Duty, you must stand behind the restraining wall and monitor everyone that goes in and out of the PD. It is your responsibility to keep the Police Department orderly and under control. If somebody enters the lobby and begins loitering, ask them what they want. If they need a ride-along-interview please forward him to T&R staff. If you are a cadet and you can not find an officer to patrol with, you will probably end up on station duty, so get yourself trained and be ready for everything.

Lawyers
Whenever you let a Lawyer inside of the Police Department you will have to stay with them.These are the steps which you will take: First ask for any*Identification*and his*Licenses, go ahead and check them out.
Next thing you will have to do is to ask him to put his hands against the wall and spread his legs.*You are going to perform a frisk on him, whenever he is clean he will pass it. Whenever he got illegal weapons or other stuff on him, feel free to deny and arrest him.

Whenever the person is clean and he has shown you some Identification you will let him proceed, because you are on Station Duty you will patrol in the garage and inside the Police Department. So from time to time check out what the Lawyer is doing down there, and make sure you will let him out after like ten minutes at maximum.

Another thing is that there are only allowed two Lawyers at a time*down in the Police Department cell area. Whenever there are already two Lawyers operating within the Police Department feel free to deny the rest of the Lawyers or tell them to wait. This could take a certain time.
The last rule, Lawyers will have to come in*Casual clothes*if they want to operate down in the Police Department cell area. So that we don't got some sort of gang members as Lawyers down at our cells. Our main concern is to act Professional to the Lawyers, and give them actually the opportunity to operate in the Police Department cell area.
Remember, If you require assistance request so over faction radio.



6.2 – MPS Duty Procedures

When you're on MPS duty, there's a high likelihood that pedestrians will come up to you and ask for help with a multitude of things. Simply explain to them that you are on MPS Duty and you are not permitted to leave your vehicle and take on any side jobs. If the situation seems serious, request for a unit to respond over the faction radio. Remember, as with patrolling, if you are caught doing a side job you will be punished or fired dependent on the circumstances.A lot of times Cadets will be placed on MPS Duty. This is so that they can get some driving experience, learn their way around, and hopefully get experience as being an enforcer of the law. If Cadets are caught doing their job incorrectly, they will receive IA strikes (See section 5C).As an officer on MPS Duty, it is your job to maintain the streets. The streets of Los Santos can become very cluttered with disabled or misparked vehicle and it is your job to fix this. Search the streets for misparked vehicles and keep a close eye on busy areas such as a Pay N' Spray or a Hospital.Remember, it is always better to ticket than to impound. Do not ticket or tow a vehicle unless it is parked illegally or if its owner has been imprisoned. Before ticketing a vehicle, always RP'ly check the vehicle's plate number ((ID)) by either writing down or memorizing the plate and searching it in the MDC to view any outstanding tickets and document your ticket.If the owner of the vehicle is near, do not tow the vehicle. Instead, step out of the truck and ask them to move their vehicle. You can still ticket them for illegal parking if you deem it necessary.If it's a vehicle's first offense, tow it to a legal parking spot and ticket it. Only impound a vehicle if it has a multitude of unattended tickets.*If you are in the process of towing a vehicle to an impound point and an urgent call comes in be aware of where you leave the car you unhook. If you leave a vehicle in the middle of the street then you are commuting an offense punishable by IA.


6.3 – Patrol Procedure

When you patrol, you do not do anything other than patrol. If Cadets are caught doing their job incorrectly, they will receive disciplinary action (See section 5C). Disobeying orders of supervisors will result in your removal from the cadet program.If planning to leave the server (10-10) or go on a break (code 7), report it over the radio. Only officers and above can go off-duty with a proper reason.When responding to a 911 call, go strait to the location of the call. Do not wait until you rally up a group of officers, if you feel that you will require assistance than request additional units over /r. Remember to always put an effort into having two officers per unit; paroling alone is not advised.

Important Notice: Cadets Cannot Patrol Alone - if you get caught patrolling alone you will be Fired


6.3 – Patrol Procedure

Most, if not all ticket procedures begin when someone performs a traffic violation. This guide will go off that. Feel free to alter this procedure in any way to match the situation.First thing you do when you notice a traffic violation is you turn on your sirens. This lets the person know your behind them. After that, announce your presence via megaphone. If they continue to drive, wait a few seconds (( 15-20 seconds )) and then warn them again. Wait one more time for 15-20 seconds. If they continue to drive, give them their third and final warning to pull over. If they still don't pull over in 15-20 seconds, you are allowed to hop to Force Matrix level 5. If it is obvious the vehicle is attempting to flee, one single warning is sufficient to result in "evading police".You may not use deadly force upon a fleeing vehicle unless the vehicle is a danger to others, or you are authorized by a sergeant or higher to do so. One there is no longer a threat to life, stop shooting immediately. Never use deadly force if innocents are nearby. It might save the lives of a few pedestrians. The PIT Maneuver is authorized any time deadly force is authorized, otherwise, obtain permission from a corporal or higher.Once the suspect is out of the car, get out of your car and chase him on foot. Once your within shooting range, taze him. If he shoots, use common sense and shoot back to protect yourself. Make sure he is cuffed after you manage to taze him. Do not utilize your taser on someone who is FACING YOU and ACTIVELY SHOOTING.Bring the car around and detain the suspect to the car and take him to the police station for processing. You do not have to bring the car to him if you role play bringing him back to the car "/me attempts to walk to back to the car ((Successful/Failure?))"Before starting any processing, read him his Miranda Rights. These should be read right after they are cuffed, but it is allowed to be said anytime before interrogation. Anytime you have someone in CUSTODY and are INTERROGATING them, they must be read Miranda, otherwise you may be sued and your case may be thrown out in court. If they are NOT in custody, but you are questioning them, it does NOT constitute Miranda. If they are in custody, but you are NOT asking questions, it does NOT constitute Miranda! Asking immediate questions to the situation does NOT count as interrogation, such as name, weapons, other suspects, etc. The interrogation process begins when you ask them questions that would incriminate them. Custody + Interrogation = MIRANDA RIGHTS.Once he is safe in the garage, if you have not already, proceed to gather his name. This can go three ways. Either an ID, a name which is matched to a photo via MDC, or the a John Doe. Either method is acceptable in this case.Once you have the name, take him out of the cruiser and ask him if there is anything illegal on him that you should know about, then frisk him for any illegal items. They do not need to consent to a frisk when they are being arrested. At any other time, they must be asked. If the suspect has weapons, take them, otherwise proceed to the next step.Begin to add charges. Make sure every crime they commit is a separate charge. Don't put multiple crimes on one charge. If your suspect did not provide you with an ID, simply*/su*Failing to Provide a proper ID ((John Doe))*ONCE. Do not put ((John Doe)) in any of the other charges. Again, do not stack charges - If they possessed SPAS-12 and MP5, that is ONE CHARGE. If they fled from you in a vehicle, you lost them, and when you found them they fled again, that is ONE CHARGE.After they are charged up, take over to the arrest station and place them in the cells. After that, you are free to patrol once more.



6.4 – Ticket Procedure

Most, if not all ticket procedures begin when someone performs a traffic violation. This guide will go off that. You may alter the procedure anyway you like to to fit the situation. Memorize and learn this well.First thing you must do when you notice a traffic violation is turn on your sirens. This lets the person know your behind them. After that, announce your presence using the megaphone. I will assume the person stopped after the first warning.Once the person pulls over, you may tell them one of two things. Either "get out of the car with your hands up" or "turn off your engine and remain seated."After they listen to your command, approach them with every weapon holstered. Make sure they are aware of why they got pulled over. If they don't know why they got pulled over then you are not allowed to ticket them. Establish your reason for the traffic stop prior to ticketing, always.After they understand what they did, proceed to gather their name. There are two ways this can be confirmed. Either picture ID or by them tell you verbally and the name being matched to a picture via MDC. If they lie about their name, then proceed to the arrest procedure since they failed to comply. (( You MUST get a name to ticket. Don't meta-game or you will be fired. ))After you gather the name, run a check over the MDC to see if they are wanted. (( RP it, but use /wanted for a list of wanted people. )) If they turn out to be wanted, arrest them, otherwise, hand them back their ID, if they gave you one.Now ask them if they are able to pay the ticket. Tell them how much the ticket will be. If they can't pay the ticket, they will need to be arrested. If they say they can, then write up the ticket and hand it to them. Once they pay the ticket, they may go on their way.


6.5 – Detain Procedure

Whenever you have someone cuffed, it is necessary to detain to a vehicle to transport them. To do it RPly, you would detain them to the nearest seat to them once you parked the car. You would also detain in an empty seat. Here is a small diagram which should better help you understand which seat is where. Obviously you can't detain someone to the driver seat, so that is left blank.Keep in mind, placing someone handcuffed in your vehicle constitutes an ARREST. Any questions require Miranda Rights, and they must be formally charged as a suspect to a crime.




6.6 – Off Duty and On Duty Procedure

There has been a wide variety of going off duty in the Los Santos Police Department. Everyone applied to the police department to "work" not to go off duty twenty-four seven whenever they feel like it. Please read below to find out the current rules on going off and on duty.Cadets must be on duty all the time. The only time they're allowed to be off duty is when they clock out at night. (( log off. )) Everyone else within the Los Santos Police Department must be ON DUTY at all times unless given permission by a Captain of above. The rule of going off duty as a Officer or above has been abolished. If anyone is caught going off duty, they may receive disciplinary action.So please, just stay on duty unless it's really needed that you go off.

6.7 – Charges for Arresting

Vehicle Offenses

Vehicle OffensesThese offenses are to serve as a guide line. You will not be punished for not doing the exact specification. There are also other crimes that may not be listed on this guide. Use your discretion.I

llegal Parking:*Parking your vehicle on the road, footpath, or somewhere else that is obviously not a parking area.
1st Offense: Ticket the vehicle and call MPS to tow the vehicle.
2nd Offense: Find the owner and arrest him with a $4000 fine l 3 minute jail time.

Taking an Illegal Shortcut(s):*Driving through a certain path to avoid the road and save time, like driving through somebodies driveway to get to the other side.
1st Offense: Ticket the driver with a fine of $2000.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $4000 fine l 4 minute jail time.

Illegal Parking on Government Property:**Read 'Illegal Parking'*
1st Offense: Ticket the vehicle and call MPS to tow the vehicle
2nd Offense: Find the owner and arrest him with a $4000 fine l 3 minute jail time.

Driving Without a License:*Driving a vehicle without a license.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $3000 fine l 3 minute jail time l Impound the vehicle.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $5000 fine l 5 minute jail time l Impound the vehicle l Removal of Drivers' License.

Unlawful Usage of Hydraulics:*No definition required
.1st Offense: Ticket the driver with a fine of $3000 l Impound the vehicle.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $6000 fine l 6 minute jail time.
3rd Offense: Same as 2nd Offense along with Removal of Drivers' License.

Unlawful Usage of Nitros Oxide:*No definition required.
1st Offense: Ticket the driver with a fine of $3000 l Impound the vehicle.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $6000 fine l 6 minute jail time.
3rd Offense: Same as 2nd Offense along with Removal of Drivers' License.

Reckless Driving:*Driving on the wrong side of the road, extremely fast, etcetera.*
1st Offense: Ticket the driver with a fine of $2000.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $5000 fine l 5 minute jail time l Removal of Drivers' License.

Reckless Endangerment:*Doing anything that causes others lives to be in danger, examples are speeding, driving on the footpath, etc. (Could be added with the charge of Reckless Driving.)
1st Offense: Ticket the driver with a fine of $2000.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $5000 fine l 5 minute jail time.

Illegal Street Racing:*No definition required.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $4000 fine l 4 minute jail time
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $8000 fine l 10 minute jail time.

Trespassing (Vehicle):*Entering a restricted area that belongs to a private party.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $5000 fine l 5 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $7000 fine l 7 minute jail time



Light Offenses

Verbal Assault:*Assaulting somebody through the use of words, such as, "you're a fucking idiot nigger with no life", with the intent to upset or anger them.
1st Offense: Verbal warning.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $4000 fine l 5 minute jail time.

Loitering on Government Property:*To stand idly on Government Property, for example, out or inside the PD, FBI, City Hall, SASP HQ, etc.
1st Offense: Warning to leave the premises.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $3000 fine l 5 minute jail time.

Indecent Exposure:*The exposure of ones "private parts" to the public. This includes public nudity, urinating or excreting bodily waste in public or just plain "flashing".
1st Offense: Arrest with a $1000 fine l 2 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $2500 fine l 4 minute jail time.

Lude Gesture:*Making rude gestures such as the middle finger, kissing ass towards a police officer.
1st Offense: Fine of $2000. (( /ticket ))
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $3000 fine l 3 minute jail time.

Affray:*An offense that consists of two persons fighting in a public area, possibly causing harm or terror to bystanders.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $4000 fine l 4 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $6000 fine l 6 minute jail time.

Misuse of 911:*A prank or false call to the FBI, LSPD, SASP or LSFMD, with the intent to deceive.
1st Offense: Fine of $3000. (( /ticket ))
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $5000 fine l 5 minute jail time.

Failure to Provide Identification:*When someone fails to provide their name or identification card.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $20000 fine l 20 minute jail time.

Failure to Comply:*Failing to comply with direct orders from a Law Enforcement Officer, such as someone who keeps driving after being told to pull over.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $3000 fine l 3 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $5000 fine l 5 minute jail time.

Evading / Eluding:*Fleeing from a Law Enforcement Officer via running, driving, flying, sailing, etc.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $3000 fine l 3 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $5000 fine l 5 minute jail time.

Resisting Arrest:*Preventing arrest by a Law Enforcement Officer by breaking cuffs or assaulting them.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $2000 fine l 2 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $4000 fine l 4 minute jail time.

Removal of Impounded Vehicle:*No definition required.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $3000 fine l 4 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $5000 fine l 6 minute jail time.



Medium Offenses

Unlawful Possession of (a) Firearm(s):*The possession of one or more illegal firearm(s).
1st Offense: Arrest with a fine at the Officers' discretion l 20 minute jail time.

Vehicular Assault:*Repeatedly attempting, or succeeding, at ramming a person or their vehicle with another vehicle.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $4000 fine l 4 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $6000 fine l 6 minute jail time.

(Attempted) Grand Theft Auto:*Attempting, or succeeding, at hijacking the vehicle of another person without their consent.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $4000 fine l 5 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $6000 fine l 7 minute jail time.

Driving Under the Influence or Driving While Intoxicated:*Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $4000 fine l 4 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $6000 fine l 6 minute jail time.

Possession of Illegal Narcotics:*The possession of illegal narcotics (drugs).
1st Offense: Arrest with a $4000 fine l 4 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $6000 fine l 6 minute jail time.

Obstruction of Justice:*Interfering with a Law Enforcement Officer(s).
1st Offense: Arrest with a $3000 fine l 3 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $4000 fine l 4 minute jail time.

Conspiracy to Commit Murder, Rape, etc:*An accusation backed up with proof that a suspect may commit a crime.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $7000 fine l 7 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $10000 fine l 10 minute jail time.

Accessory to Murder, Rape, etc: Assisting in the commission of a crime, but not actually partaking in the unlawful activity.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $5000 fine l 5 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $7000 fine l 7 minute jail time.

Aiding and Abetting:*Participating in the commission of a crime.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $6000 fine l 6 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $10000 fine l 10 minute jail time.

Hit and Run:*Colliding with someone, their vehicle; then leaving the scene without consulting that person.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $6000 fine l 6 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $8000 fine l 8 minute jail time.

Trafficking:*Selling or trading illegal items; materials, firearms or narcotics.
1st Offense: Arrest with a fine at the Officers' discretion l 20 minute jail time.

Prostitution:*Exchanging sexual acts for valuables or common currency.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $4000 fine l 4 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $6000 fine l 6 minute jail time.

Harassment:*Persistent offensive behavior, be it verbally, physically and/or sexually.
1st Offense: $3000 fine l 3 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: $5000 fine l 5 minute jail time.

Unlawful Discharge of a Firearm:*Shooting a firearm in public when unauthorized to do so, it's legal within your own property.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $5000 fine l 5 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $7000 fine l 7 minute jail time.

Public Endangerment:*Endangering the public by driving recklessly, discharging a firearm, committing affray or other means that could cause harm.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $5000 fine l 5 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $7000 fine l 7 minute jail time.

Heavy Offenses

Attempted Murder (of an LEO also):*Attempt to take the life of a human being.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $7000 fine l 7 minute jail time (Double if it was an LEO)
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $12000 fine l 12 minute jail time (Demorgan if it was an LEO)

Instigating Public Anarchy or Causing a Public Disturbance:*Causing people to go into a state of lawlessness and disorder.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $6000 fine l 6 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $10000 fine l 10 minute jail time.

Kidnapping:*Taking somebody against their will, and quite often, asking for money for their return.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $10000 fine l 10 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $20000 fine l 20 minute jail time.

Robbery:*Using intimidation, threats, or firearms to take things from somebody or stealing another way, for example, robbing the bank.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $13000 fine l 13 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $20000 fine l 20 minute jail time.

Rape or Sexual Assault:*Forcing somebody to have sexual intercourse with you, even though it it completely against their will.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $13000 fine l 13 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $20000 fine l 20 minute jail time.

Bribery:*Attempting to bribe a Law Enforcement Officer for freedom.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $7000 fine l 7 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $10000 fine l 10 minute jail time.

Assault:*Issuing a bodily movement threat that could be taken as an action.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $7000 fine l 7 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $9000 fine l 9 minute jail time.

Battery:*Taking out the crime of assault by punching or kicking someone.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $8000 fine l 8 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $10000 fine l 10 minute jail time.

Assault with a Deadly Weapon:*Using any object as a weapon, whether or not it is a weapon.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $10000 fine l 10 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $12000 fine l 12 minute jail time.

Extortion:*Acquiring money, property, or services by use of intimidation or other acts.
1st Offense: Arrest with a $9000 fine l 9 minute jail time.
2nd Offense: Arrest with a $11000 fine l 11 minute jail time.


Capital Offenses

Hostage Taking:*Taking hostages in an attempt to get things in return for their lives.
1st Offense: Arrest and send the suspect to Demorgan.

Domestic Terrorism:*Any act that attempts to overthrow government or start anarchy, or any attempt to 'terrorize' on a large scale.
1st Offense: Arrest and send the suspect to Demorgan.


7.2 – Special Weapons and Tactics

The Special Weapons and Tactics team or SWAT is used for large situations that take place, whether they be bank robberies, hostage situations, or situations that require SWAT members to arrive. It is ran by a Captain who maintains central order and trainings during these types of situations. The SWAT team is the first to arrive on scene of a situation and will take control of it as required.

Credits to Richard for handbook.
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