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San Andreas Police Department- Official Handbook

on Fri Apr 07, 2017 9:03 pm
Handbook
SAN ANDREAS POLICE DEPARTMENT




San Andreas Police Official Hand Book, Created by Daniel and Mike Anderson[



Goal of the San Andreas Police

Here at the Los Santos Police Department, we enforce all of the laws and preventing criminals to protect the citizens of Los Santos safe from any harm or danger that can be caused by gang members and criminals.

Commands




/radio (/r) /r [chat] Communicating with other members of the LSPD. Usually used when initiating traffic stops or low-priority requests from another officer.

/department (/dept) /dept [chat] Communicating with other members of different agencies such as ARES, FBI, LSFMD. Usually used when requesting immediate backup or answering another department's request over the department radio. This radio is not for random socialization. If requested by another department, let the highest on-duty officer handle the request. Officers+ can use this radio to speak with other departments. Cadets may only use this frequency with permission of a Corporal+ or for LSFMD assistance.

/megaphone (/m) /m [chat] Using a device to communicate/announce from either inside or outside your cruiser. Do not hold down your megaphone button for a long period of time (( do not abuse this command ))

/suspect (/su) /su [charge] To charge someone you know the name of of an illegal crime to make that subject wanted by the police to be captured, detained, and arrested..

/locker /locker To put on/off duty clothes to go on duty and get the equipment required for patrols such as a tazer, nitestick, etc.

/mdc /mdc To use a computer in a government facility or vehicle to check what department members have reported on duty, who's wanted, who's license(s) are (in)valid, and to place a warrant or BOLO on a suspect on the run.

/detain /detain [ID/PlayerName] To assist in placing a cuffed and restrained subject in a vehicle.

/arrest /arrest To bring a wanted suspect into jail who has been accused of a crime and has not been lawyered. (( **See Vitale's
crimes post to see how long a suspect should be in jailed & how much the fine is for the matched crime. ))

/wanted /wanted To check who is currently wanted by the police to arrest.

/cuff /cuff [ID/PlayerName] To place a suspect in handcuffs due to be detained and/or arrested.
/tazer /tazer To withdraw and deposit a stun-gun-like device to stop criminals from running. The tazer's electrodes will not reach the suspect if not close enough.

/revoke boatdl /revoke boatdl [ID/PlayerName] [reason] To take away ones boating license required to operate a boat.

/frisk /frisk [ID/PlayerName] To search a wanted suspect for any illegal weaponry or narcotics.

/take /take [item] [ID/PlayerName] To take away a wanted suspects illegal weaponry or narcotics found when in the process of frisking.

/government (/gov) /gov [chat] To transmit an open broadcast announcement for San Andreas to hear.

/ram /ram To knock down a locked door. Ramming doors should only be if an evading suspect has entered a house, or there is an emergency situation at ones locked door.

/invite /invite [ID/PlayerName] To add an applicant into the department. This can only be done by Leadership members.

/giverank /giverank [ID/PlayerName] [Rank#] To promote/demote an officer in the department. This can only be done by Leadership members.

/deployspikes /deployspikes To place down a spike strip to assist in taking out an evading suspect's tires during a pursuit.

/destroy spike /destroy spikes To pick up a spike strip that was used to assist in taking out an evading suspect's tires during a pursuit.

/deploy cade /deploycade [ID] To place down a barricade to assist in blocking off an area.

/destroy spikes /destroyspikes To pick up a barricade that was used to assist in blocking off an area.

/revoke dl /revoke dl [ID/PlayerName] [reason] To take away ones drivers license for excessively driving erratically etc.

/vcheck /vcheck To check a vehicles registration ID, vehicle owner, and what amount of fines owed have been placed on such vehicle.

/vmdc /vmdc [ID/PlayerName] To check what vehicles a person owns, their registration number, whether the vehicle is noted for being voided or impounded, and the current amount of fines owned on such vehicle(s).

/vticket /vticket [Registration#] To place a $1,000 fine on ones illegally parked vehicle.

/tow /tow To latch on a tow hook to a vehicle's bumper to drag it along the road.

/untow /untow To unlatch a tow hook off a vehicle's bumper, letting the tire have access of touching the ground once more.

/impound /impound To impound an illegally parked vehicle with $2000 or more fines on a vehicle owed whilst towed.

/siren /siren To place a siren on the roof of an unmarked/traffic unit's vehicle.

/searchcar /searchcar To search a vehicle for any illegal weaponry or narcotics.

/checktruck /checktruck To search the back of a box truck to see if the drivers shipment contains either illegal or legal goods.

/radargun /radargun To take out a camera that matches up with a vehicle's registration ID, calculating the current speed of ones vehicle.

/backup /backup To request backup from all departments in a situation. Backups will automatically show on your vehicle's GPS or your handheld GPS.

/nobackup /nobackup To remove your current backup beacon, requesting no further assistance. At this point, the backup will automatically clear from your GPS map whether handheld or not.

/destroyplant /destroyplant To stop and destroy any marijuana that is currently growing.

/destroycades /destroycades To remove all of the barricades.

/radar /radar To turn on your vehicle's internal radar, checking the name of the vehicle, it's registration ID, and the current speed of a vehicle in front of you.

/fingerprint /fingerprint [ID/PlayerName] To hook up a device on ones pointer finger to match up with a fingerprint in the system, identifying ones current occupation, name, age, etc.

/drag /drag [ID/PlayerName] To take hold or possession of a restrained and cuffed subject.

/revokeairdl /revokeairdl [ID/PlayerName] [reason] To remove ones flying license, prohibiting them from flying until a new license is bought.

/destroysirens /destroysirens To disable any sirens placed on vehicles.

/listmembers /listmembers To check all of the current members whether on duty, undercover, or off duty.

/deploycone /deploycone To place down a cone, found from the trunk of a LSPD cruiser.

/destroycone /destroycone [ID] To pick up a cone, placing it back in the trunk of a LSPD cruiser.

/cones /cones To check the assigned ID of a cone.

/deployflare /deployflare To place down a red/white device, illuminating, to show ones location or giving a message to yield in such area.

/destroyflare /destroyflare [ID] To remove a flare placed down by any officer.

/destroyflares /destroyflares To disable all current flares deployed.

/destroycones /destroycones To pick up all current cones deployed.

/facmotd /facmotd To check the message of the day from the department.

Duty Information (I)
SAN ANDREAS POLICE DEPARTMENT



Vehicles
What is shown below are all of the vehicles driven daily by Los Santos Police Department officers. This shows the basic description of such vehicle and who can drive them. Personal vehicles are not allowed to be parked in the garage, they must be parked outside of the impound lot. The area between the impound garage and the main gate leading to the impound garage is the designated parking for LSPD officials. All personal vehicles found in the garage will be impounded by an MPS driver. When a reassignment is called over the radio, all officers are required to bring their vehicle to their local Pay N' Spray to get it fixed (( 1000 hp )).
LSPD Officer Cruiser
Key
Green: Allowed to operate vehicle, use at own cost.
Yellow: Allowed to operate vehicle if anyone classified as 'Green' is with them or they are in the respective required division.
Orange: Allowed to operate vehicle if given permission by Sergeant or higher if they are classified as 'Green' for the respective vehicle.
Red: Not allowed to operate vehicle.

Tow Truck

The tow trucks provided in the garage are primarily driven by Cadets. While Cadets are not busy training or patrolling with another officer, this is their primary duty. As a tow truck driver, the only vehicles you are allowed to tow & impound are vehicles with $2000 more more worth of tickets placed on such vehicle. If a vehicle has no registration and is illegally parked, the best decision would be to tow it to a place where parking is not prohibited.
Cadet - Officer - Corporal - Sergeant - Lieutenant - Captain - Chief of Police

LSPD Squad Car

The LSPD primary squad car in the garage are primarily driven by Officers and higher. Officers may use this vehicle when going on standard patrol, unless assigned to a Traffic Enforcement vehicle. Cadets may only use this vehicle if a Officer or higher is a passenger or driver of the squad car. When finished with the vehicle, please take it to the local Pay N' Spray (( 1000 hp )), then park it in the garage correctly.
Cadet - Officer - Corporal - Sergeant - Lieutenant - Captain - Chief of Police

LSPD HPV-1000


The LSPD Police Bike, also known as the HPV-1000 in the garage are primarily driven by Corporals and higher with consent of a Sergeant+. If permission granted, you are required to wear the correct uniform suited for the bike (bike officer). Corporals may use this vehicle when going on standard patrol, when multiple officers are patrolling in a squad car, unless assigned to a Traffic Enforcement vehicle. When finished with the bike, please take it to the local Pay N' Spray (( 1000 hp )), then park it in the garage correctly.
Cadet - Officer - Corporal - Sergeant - Lieutenant - Captain - Chief of Police

LSPD Custom Maverick


The LSPD Maverick, also manufactured with a custom paint job and modification to it, found on the LSPD roof are primarily flown by Corporals and higher with consent of a Sergeant+. If permission granted, you are required to wear the correct uniform suited for the helicopter (bike officer). Corporals may use this vehicle when going on standard patrol, when multiple officers are patrolling in a squad car, unless assigned to a Traffic Enforcement vehicle. When finished with the bike, please take it to the local Pay N' Spray (( 1000 hp )), then park it in the garage correctly.
Cadet - Officer - Corporal - Sergeant - Lieutenant - Captain - Chief of Police

LSPD Ranger

The LSPD Ranger, found in the LSPD garage are primarily driven by Sergeants and/or higher. Sergeants+ are allowed to drive this vehicle without consent of any higher command, unless instructed to do otherwise. Sergeants may use this vehicle when going on standard patrol as a supervisor only and must respond to all traffic stops and pursuits as the main supervisor unless a supervisor (LVPD) arrives prior to your arrival to make sure all officers maintain position and stay professional during such situations. When finished with the Police Ranger, please take it to the local Pay N' Spray (( 1000 hp )), then park it in the garage correctly.
Cadet - Officer - Corporal - Sergeant - Lieutenant - Captain - Chief of Police

LSPD Supervisory Squad Car (LVPD)


The LVPD cruiser, found in the LSPD garage next to the HPV-1000's are primarily driven by Lieutenants and/or higher. Lieutenants+ are allowed to drive this vehicle without consent of any higher command, unless instructed to do otherwise. Lieutenants may use this vehicle when going on standard patrol as a supervisor only and must respond to all traffic stops and pursuits as the main supervisor unless a supervisor (Police Ranger) arrives prior to your arrival to make sure all officers maintain position and stay professional during such situations. When finished with the LVPD cruiser, please take it to the local Pay N' Spray (( 1000 hp )), then park it in the garage correctly.
Cadet - Officer - Corporal - Sergeant - Lieutenant - Captain - Chief of Police

4-Door Undercover Rancher (FBI)

The FBI rancher, found in the LSPD garage next to the jail cells and between the LSPD standard cruisers are primarily driven Lieutenants or higher, Special Weapons and Tactics division and Internal Affairs. Lieutenants may use this vehicle as a Patrol Commander or Head Supervisor when going on a standard patrol, responding to traffic stops and pursuits if available. If a Lieutenant wishes to use one of the ranchers, they may do so without any sort of conflict - the other rancher is there for divisional operations (tactical or investigations) by SWAT and IA.
Cadet - Officer - Corporal - Sergeant - Lieutenant - Captain - Chief of Police

FBI & Swat Vehicles.



The Water Cannon, The FBI Heavy Armoured truck and the LSPD Enforcer can be found at the end of the garage along side the MPS trucks. These Vehicles are not allowed to be used unless you are told to drive one from a Captain to Chief. The Water Cannon can not be used while in a active gunfight. The only time you can use the water cannon is protest where people are not disbanding from the area. If you are preforming a RAID on a MW suspect you are allowed to drive the LSPD Enforcer with everyone as a Passenger.

Cadet - Officer - Corporal - Sergeant - Lieutenant - Captain - Chief Of Police

Equipment


Key
Green: Allowed to operate firearm, use at own cost.
Orange: Allowed to operate firearm if given permission by Sergeant or higher.
Red: Not allowed to operate firearm.

Mace
Mace should only be pointed and sprayed when an Officer is being assaulted or a fight is breaking out, do warn that you will begin to mace if the fight is not broken up etc., same goes for a suspect failing to comply. (read the force matrix)
Cadet - Officer - Corporal - Sergeant - Lieutenant - Captain - Chief of Police

Nitestick
A nitestick should only be used against one if you or an Officer is being assaulted or a fight is breaking out, do warn that you will begin to hit them with a nitestick if the fight is not broken up etc., same goes for a suspect failing to comply. (read the force matrix)
Cadet - Officer - Corporal - Sergeant - Lieutenant - Captain - Chief of Police

Taser
Used for a suspect evading or not complying. Tasers are not to be used if the suspect not complying has a weapon withdrawn and is currently aiming. (read the force matrix)
Cadet - Officer - Corporal - Sergeant - Lieutenant - Captain - Chief of Police

Desert Eagle
A powerful weapon. All officers are required to have this weapon on their duty belt. (read the force matrix)
Cadet - Officer - Corporal - Sergeant - Lieutenant - Captain - Chief of Police

Pump Action Shotgun
A heavy-weapon, used well in closer ranges in combat. All officers are required to have this weapon in their cruiser's trunk. (read the force matrix)
Cadet - Officer - Corporal - Sergeant - Lieutenant - Captain - Chief of Police

Combat Shotgun & Sniper
A heavy-weapon with a fast reload, used well in mid-ranged combat. Corporals+ are allowed to use this weapon only. Officers may only use this weapon if granted permission by a Sergeant or higher. (read the force matrix)
Cadet - Officer - Corporal - Sergeant - Lieutenant - Captain - Chief of Police

MP5
A close-ranged weapon used in combat. All officers are required to have this weapon in their cruiser. (read the force matrix)
Cadet - Officer - Corporal - Sergeant - Lieutenant - Captain - Chief of Police

M4 & AK-47
A long-ranged weapon assault rifle used in combat. Corporals+ are allowed to use this weapon only. Officers may only use this weapon if granted permission by a Sergeant or higher. (read the force matrix)
Cadet - Officer - Corporal - Sergeant - Lieutenant - Captain - Chief of Police

Codes


10- Series
10-1 Transmitting poorly
10-2 Transmitting clearly
10-3 Stop transmitting
10-4 Message received
10-6 Off-duty, but in for Emergency calls
10-7 Off-duty, not responding to calls
10-8 On-duty, active patrol and responding to calls
10-9 Repeat last transmission
10-10 ((Logging off))
10-15 Male suspect in custody
10-15a Most wanted suspect in custody
10-16 Cadet needs a patrol officer to ride with
10-19 Returning to station
10-20 Location
10-21 Phone call
10-22 Disregard last message
10-23 Standby
10-26 Traffic stop [location]
10-26a High-risk traffic stop [location]
10-27 License Status Check
10-28 Vehicle registration check
10-29 Wants/warrants check
10-35 Current time
10-44 Permission to Leave
10-62 Attempting a P.I.T.
10-66 Suspicious [person or vehicle]
10-70 Prowler
10-71 Shooting
10-72 Gun involved
10-76 Enroute to [location]
10-77 Bomb threat
10-78 Explosion
10-80 Pursuit in progress
10-84 ETA
10-85 Area check (Not a call type. Used for when you're 10-97, but looking around instead of arriving)
10-86 Any radio traffic?
10-87 Meet officer at [location]
10-88 Requesting cover unit [location]
10-96 Available to assign
10-97 Arrived on Scene
10-98 All units call, clear and resume patrol
10-99 End of situation


11- Series
11-29 Clear record (no warrants)
11-41 Ambulance required [location]
11-44 Coroners case - dead on floor
11-52 Status check
11-54 Suspicious vehicle
11-55 Officer being followed by auto
11-56 11-55 W/dangerous persons
11-80 Accident - Major Injury
11-78 Aircraft accident
11-81 Accident - Minor Injury
11-82 Accident - Property Damage Only
11-83 Accident - No Details
11-85 Tow Truck Needed
11-98 Meet at location
11-99a Officer in Extreme Danger


Status Codes
Code 0 ((Game crash))
Code 1 Routine response code
Code 2 Urgent - no light or siren
Code 3 Use lights and siren
Code 4 No further assistance needed
Code 5 Stakeout
Code 6 Stay out of area
Code 10 SWAT pre-call up
Code 11 SWAT Call up
Code 37 Subject/Property wanted

RTO Standards
In the Los Santos Police Department, Officer's follow a protocol whilst being connected to the LSPD's Dispatch Frequency (( dispatch channel on teamspeak )). From time to time, you might see RTO: Passive, RTO: Mild, or RTO: Aggressive. Both the (1) the current members online, (2) the crime rate can depend on whether the RTO's status is set specifically or not. If you do not know already, RTO stands for Radio Transmission Only.

RTO Aggressive: is also known as strict RTO (( in teamspeak )). Whilst set on 'aggressive', members in dispatch can only strictly update the situation on pursuits, traffic stops, or other emergency situations. All other conversing must be dealt with over the secondary radio (( /r )). If an Officer is updating, you are expected to be completely quiet.

RTO Mild: is also between passive and strict RTO (( in teamspeak )). Whilst set on 'mild', members in dispatch may speak freely (( ICly )) until an emergency situation is to be conversed or updated. All other conversing must be dealt with over the thirdary (( ooc )) radio (( /pr )). If an Officer is updating, you are expected to be completely quiet

RTO Passive: is also known as light RTO (( in teamspeak )). Whilst set on 'passive', members in dispatch may speak freely (( IC and OOC )) until an emergency situation is to be conversed or updated. All other conversing must be dealt with over the secondary (( /r )) or thirdary (( /pr )) radio. Even though the RTO is set to light, if an officer is updating, you are expected to be as quite as you can to hear all updates clearly.

Duty Information (II)
SAN ANDREAS POLICE DEPARTMENT


Uniforms

Skin ID 71: The uniform with a cap, blue short-sleeved shirt, and navy blue PANTS is the basic uniform for a Cadet, or rank 0.

The uniform with a white undershirt, black short-sleeved shirt and black pants is the basic uniform for an Officer, or rank 1. Though, a Corporal or rank 2 may also use this uniform.

The uniform with a black undershirt, black short-sleeved shirt and black pants is the basic uniform for an Officer, or rank 1. Though, a Corporal or rank 2 may also use this uniform.

The uniform with a white undershirt, black short-sleeved shirt and black pants is the basic uniform for an Officer, or rank 1. Though, a Corporal or rank 2 may also use this uniform.

The uniform with a white undershirt, black short-sleeved shirt and black pants is the basic uniform for an Officer, or rank 1. Though, a Corporal or rank 2 may also use this uniform.

The uniform with a white undershirt, black short-sleeved shirt and black pants is the basic uniform for an Officer, or rank 1. Though, a Corporal or rank 2 may also use this uniform.

The uniform with a white and black helmet, white undershirt, black jacket and black PANTS is the basic uniform for an Officer, or rank 1 on patrol using the HPV-1000, or is the pilot of a helicopter. Though, a Corporal or rank 2 through Chief or rank 6 may also use this uniform.

((Skin ID 285)) The uniform with a black mask, black tactical shirt, black vest and black pants is the SWAT uniform for a Officer, or rank 1. Though, a Corporal or rank 2 through Chief or rank 6 may also use this uniform.

The uniform with a white undershirt, off-white short-sleeved shirt, off-white and dark brown pants is the basic uniform for a Sergeant, or rank 3.

The uniform with a white undershirt, dark brown short-sleeved shirt, off-white and dark brown pants is the basic uniform for a Lieutenant, or rank 4. . Though a Captain or rank 5 may also use this uniform.

The uniform with a white undershirt, off-white short-sleeved shirt, green and black pants is the basic uniform for a (Assistant) Chief, or rank 6. . Though a Captain or rank 5 may also use this uniform.

Daily Encounters
SAN ANDREAS POLICE DEPARTMENT

Metropolitan Services
Metropolitan Service Units tend to be Cadets. What MPS units do, is tow vehicles that consist of $2,000 worth of fines or over. Once a vehicle is towed by the driver, they will bring it to the impound garage at LSPD, then immediately transferred to the Dillimore DMV, where the vehicle owner can pay their fines due to the vehicle. MPS truck drivers are only allowed to give vehicles fines if they are illegally parked. Illegally parked vehicles consist of parked in the middle of the street, parked in a no parking zone, or not parked with two of the vehicles tires parked on the road, the other two on the sidewalk. As a Cadet, this is their primary job to do unless patrolling with another Officer or doing station work.

Standard Patrolling
Standard patrol units are officers patrolling in marked vehicles. A normal day for a patrol officer can consist of issuing vehicle citations for parking illegally, initiating traffic stops on reckless drivers or citizens possibly evading their debt, citating people for reckless driving or minor offenses not including arrests, and arresting criminals that break the law. Standard Marked Units may only go by the book to prevent any corruption or doing their job incorrectly. A Standard Patrol Unit's rank varies as it could be a standard patrol Officer, Corporal, Supervisor, or even Watch Commander. You can find more about the day in the life of an Officer down lower in the habdook, providing exact instructions on what to do during any encounters.

Traffic Stops
When pulling someone over for a normal traffic stop, you should 100 percent of the time warn the driver over your megaphone to avoid any misunderstandings. When the subject pulls over, you should always warn them to turn their engine off, giving you a bit of an extra advantage if they run off. Once they completely pull over and follow both orders, you mustn't refuse to request an extra unit, ranging from another Standard Marked Patrol Unit to Watch Commander to arrive on scene for backup. We advise you to do this so if the subject evades, the secondary unit in the traffic stop can immediately go after the suspect. Read 'Pursuits' down below to learn more about the process of conducting any pursuit. After the secondary unit arrives, you should exit the vehicle, walk up to the drivers window, checking to see if the WINDOWS are down (( /do Window Status? )) and checking for any clear-sight illegal items in the vehicle. You mustn't refuse to tell the subject why you are pulling them over. Start off with an introduction, ie. "Hello, I am Officer Doe from the Los Santos Police. I pulled you over today for driving erratically." Once said, wait for the subject to say anything. If nothing said, ask for their license and proof of vehicle ownership. If the vehicles registration doesn't match license provided, you shouldn't hesitate to call the owner, verifying if the subject is given permission to drive this vehicle. Once the license and registration is given, you must go back to your cruiser and check the current records of the driver and check their license status. Once done, log out of the MDC and either give the driver a warning and give their license and registration back, or give them their license and registration back, prior to that, giving them a citation.

Issuing Citations
When in mid-traffic stop and you wish to give the driver a fine for what you pulled them over for, you must fill out the ticket in this order: (( /ticket )), 'Subject Name' (( ID )), followed by the 'Fine Amount', then lastly the 'reason'. All ticket books are attached to a stand on your cruisers dashboard. One done filling it out, rip off the citation at the crease, place the ticket book back onto the stand, and give it to the driver. Once the ticket is taken by them, that is when you may give them their license and registration back to reduce the chance of forgetting the suspects name if they evade once given the ticket or refusing to accept the citation.

High-Risk Traffic Stops

When a vehicle is pulled over for being wanted or committing a crime and not charged yet, you must pull over the vehicle, place your vehicle at a 45 degree angle so the nose is facing outwards, protecting you. Do not exit the vehicle. Once that is done, request 3 to 4 additional units to respond. They shall do the same arrangement of their vehicle. Once done, all units will exit the vehicle, aiming either a Desert Eagle or an M4A1 depending on the severity of the crime. The driver initiating the High-Risk traffic stop a.k.a. the vehicle behind the suspect, must use their megaphone to: 1. Ask the driver and any other suspects to exit the vehicle with their hands up, not facing the Officer's direction, 2. Asking the suspect(s) to back up still with their hands up, 3. Once at mid-point from the driver's DOOR and the cruiser, ask the suspect(s) to stop. After the suspect is at mid point, the primary unit shall cuff the closest suspect, if any other suspects, the secondary takes the next closest, the thirdary takes the next closest, etc. (( Make sure you roleplay taking out your cuffs and placing them on. Ask over /do if they decide to resist the cuffs or not )).

Pursuits

In an attempted traffic stop and the suspect evades, a pursuit is then initiated. The primary unit a.k.a. the closest cruiser to the suspects vehicle must callout in dispatch, "UNIT-XX-### (( Replace XX with your division (FT, GD, etc.), and ### with your badge number within that division )), I got a 10-80 on a vehicle color vehicle name, occupied times how many suspects in vehicle. We're going to be heading direction at closest landmark on road on street name in neighborhood. Requesting immediate assistance." Once stated, the primary unit must keep updating their location as it changes. When in a pursuit, do not attempt to overtake any units, stay in a line and stay in formation. We ask you to do this to prevent any collisions with the suspect. When a pursuit has been initiated for officially 2 minutes and there is a primary, secondary, and thirdary unit on the scene, in formation, the primary unit may attempt to PIT the vehicle (( lag slam preferably )). If the suspect's vehicle flips or disables and the suspect(s) run out of the vehicle, shout for them to place their hands up and stop. If they continue to evade, you may either taze them if you are not the required rank, or beanbag them if the suspect is slow and you are a Sergeant. If the suspect dies in the collision from the vehicle disabling, an officer must take a DNA sample, and immediately start adding charges on the suspect. At this point, if the name is known, officers can track the suspect to find the location of the hospital of where they're behind held. At this point, the stop and hands up procedure will repeat.

Arresting & Detaining Suspects

When detaining a suspect to bring them to a station and arrest them, they must be in one of the back seats. Detaining in a two door vehicle or motorcycle is strictly prohibited. At this point when the suspect is due to be detained, the suspect must be cuffed and restrained. Suspects may not be unrestrained without consent of a Sergeant or higher. Officers may override the decision by a Sergeant if they believe the suspect is not trustworthy. At the point when an Officer is driving the suspect to a station of their choice, they must ask for their name and date of birth. Requesting the date of birth is not required. When at the cells or the green door, leading down to the cells in the no parking zone, you may fingerprint scan the suspect to tell if the suspect lied about their identification provided. Once done, you must turn off the fingerprint scanner, take out a pair of white gloves provided in your back PANTS pocket, and attempt to frisk the suspect for any illegal goods consisting of weapons, narcotics, etc. (( Must ask for any resistance over /do )). When that is complete, if the suspect is found with any illegal narcotics or weapons, you may attempt to take them. (( Ask for the location of the illegal narcotics/weapons over /do, followed by a /do asking for any resistance on taking them, once replied to the location. )) At this point, you may start to fill out the arrest report (( /arrest command )). Providing your badge number is required, not your full name. Bail is strictly prohibited for prisoners. (( place two zero's after the minutes, ie: /arrest 500 10 0 0 )). If a bail is placed, you will first be striked, then suspended if repeated. Once a suspect is brought down into the cells by two big security guards, you must call in over the radio (( /r )) that you are resuming 10-8, and the 10-15 is now in jail. After that, you may resume your duties.

Dispatch Priority
In dispatch, there are three settings for priority. These three settings are called relaxed, priority, and RTO. RTO stands for radio transmission only. If the setting is on 'relaxed', then chatter over the dispatch radio is not prohibited (( IC or OOC )). When a call is called out over dispatch, the setting of dispatch is automatically set into priority without warning, strictly refusing any free chat over the updater of the call. If the dispatch setting is on 'priority', then chat in the dispatch radio should be minor (( IC )). When a call is called out over dispatch, just like the relaxed, the setting is automatically set into RTO meaning radio transmission only without warning. When the dispatch setting is on 'RTO', otherwise known as 'radio transmission only', dispatch radio chat is strictly prohibited (( IC updates only )). The only time the dispatch radio should be used at this point is for requesting assistance of a brawl, high-risk traffic stop, or pursuit etc.. At this point, all traffic stops will remain over the secondary radio (( /r )). If anyone disrupts the priority of an updater, or breaks the rules of the current dispatch setting, depending on the severity they may be striked or suspended for 2 days. If it is severe enough that they are suspected once from it and it is repetitive, they will be discharged.

Going On/Off Duty
As a Cadet, going off duty is strictly prohibited. As a Cadet you must be either studying for your OIE, doing your training(s), going on MPS truck duty, or patrolling with another Officer. If a personnel has achieved the rank of Officer or higher, they must request to go off duty over the radio (( /r )) with a good, inexcusable reason. At this point, Sergeants or higher are only allowed to grant/deny permission to go off duty for an Officer or Corporal. If a Sergeant or higher is requesting to go off duty with a good, inexcusable reason, a Sergeant or higher may grant/deny their permission, disregarding their division/authority. You may not grant yourself to go off duty. If a higher rank overrides the decision of a Sergeant granting or denying the permission to go off duty, they may do so. All off duty requests may only last for exactly an hour. This rule is strictly enforced. If the off duty officer does not come back to the station to go back on duty exactly after an hour or after, they will be given a suspension lasting 3 days for disrespecting high commands orders and going on extended off duty without permission. Requesting for any additional off duty hours 4 hours after the last time you went off duty, will get your permission to go off duty revoked for 24 hours. Note to all Sergeants+: There should only be one person off-duty at most when 7 officers are on duty (( not afk )). When 13 officers or more are on duty (( not afk )), then a total of two officers may be off duty at once. Oh, and just to be sure you read all of this, and the end of your application where you create a biography, please include your favorite flavor of ice cream somewhere in the story.


Divisions
SAN ANDREAS POLICE DEPARTMENT

Field Training Operations
The Field Training Operations division is intentionally one of the most IMPORTANT divisions dealing with low ranked staff. Field Training members are responsible for reviewing applications (background checks, accepting/denying applications), training Cadets to make sure that they are qualified enough to become an Officer. To tell if a Cadet is qualified to become an Officer, Field Training staff measure their Cadets knowledge by giving them a test. This test is named OIE (Officer Introductory Exam). Not only Cadets can be trained, any Officer whether reinstated, transferred, or recently promoted can request a Field Training officer to give them a specific training to make sure their knowledge of the department is completely up to date.

Traffic Enforcement
The Traffic Enforcement division are highly trained drivers, giving them permission to drive fast vehicles to assist in pursuits with muscle and sport vehicles that may have a faster speed than a standard LSPD cruiser. Traffic Enforcement members are members of the department that undergo multiple trainings to be able to maneuver fast vehicles to their best capability. Traffic Enforcement staff are also responsible for enforcing safe driving to the fullest, attempting to save you money from having to pay for vehicle damages.

General Duties
All members not assigned to a division or are not busy doing divisional work are required to go on General Duties patrol. A General Duties patrol consists of checking different areas of Los Santos to make sure crime is not being committed, giving citations illegally parked vehicles, initiating traffic stops on reckless drivers and wanted suspects, issuing citations to reckless drivings, and arresting wanted suspects and suspects breaking the law. Unlike the other divisions, instead of a Lieutenant leading and supervising a division, a two Sergeants co-lead the division, enforcing all the basic rules of patrolling and maintaining safety in Los Santos.

Internal Affairs
The Internal Affairs division is intentionally another one of the most IMPORTANT divisions dealing with staff members of the department. When a High Command doesn't see it, they do. Internal Affairs agents oversee all members of the department, making sure that what was trained by a Field Training Officer to them matches with Officers acts. Internal Affairs agents have the right to request to have a strike against an officer, or request to have a officer suspended for misbehaving. The only rules enforced by Internal Affairs are provided in the Code of Conduct, found on the bulletin board, and making sure the force matrix is completely followed and enforced. Internal Affairs is a division that requires all members of such division to be highly trained, mature, and responsible enough for the division.

Special Weapons & Tactics
The SWAT division are highly trained members of the department, assisting in high-risk situations. SWAT members are given permission to use heavy-weaponry to have an easier defeat in dangerous situations such as kidnaps, and most wanted suspects. SWAT members will undergo constant training to be able to move quick, have a rapid response and be completely professional in all situations requiring them when they are not on standard patrol. This division requires maximum confidence in situations, teamwork and a lot of effort.



Signed:
Chief Of Police: Mike Anderson
SAN ANDREAS POLICE DEPARTMENT
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