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[GUIDE] LSPD Guide

on Sun Aug 12, 2012 10:49 pm

LSPD - Everything Else You Need to Know


Brutal Force -
No Police Officer can use brutal force against suspects unless the situation is right. You are not a Nazi Gestapo, you are the men who model a perfect civilization and stop the criminal activity in Los Santos. Long story short, here is the amount of force to be used in the situations.

Suspect is not armed and on-foot --> The Officer uses a Nightstick, Spray, or Tazer.

Suspect is in a vehicle and evading --> The Officer uses his vehicle only to box in the suspect, after failed attempts, a passenger officer can shoot only the tires of the vehicle.

Suspect is in a vehicle evading and shooting at Police --> The Officer uses his vehicle and has another officer shoot the vehicle.

Suspect is armed in a lightweight firearm and on-foot --> The Officer uses his standard load-out which is a Desert Eagle, Mp5.

Suspect is armed in a heavyweight firearm and on-foot --> The Officer uses his standard load-out which is a Desert Eagle, Mp5, and Shotgun.

Basically, use lesser or equivalent force used upon you. Do not shoot until fired upon.

Patrols -
Anyone patrolling has to be in a unit! When you are organized, a higher ranking who is in charge of assigning you will put you in units. Alpha 1, Alpha 2, Alpha 3, Alpha 4, and so forth. You always patrol with a partner no matter what. Below is the rubric of patrols.

A Cadet can only patrol with another Cadet if permission given from a high ranking.

A Cadet can patrol with an Officer when assigned by the High rankings.

An Officer can patrol alone but it is recommended for Officers to patrol together or take Cadets with them.

Corruption -
You being an Officer of the Law does not make you immune from it. Anyone can be convicted, everyone is on the radar. If you are corrupt and showing any signs of fishy business or illegal activity, you will not only be kicked out of the Department but dealt with in the court of law. Punishments for corruption are huge and you should never go against the Police force. Needless to say, we do not enforce corruption and are inventing new methods of making sure every officer is doing what they are supposed to be doing. For more information on corruption, contact the Higher Ranking members of the LSPD and they'll give you a taste of what happens to dirty cops.

Interrogations -
You, as an Officer of the law, have an obligation stated in the Miranda rights. This obligation is that your suspect will have the right to an attorney, and if he cannot get one, an attorney will be appointed to him. Now, with this, the Private Law Firm is the faction the LSPD contacts for interrogations as the Public Defense. You as an officer cannot deny the suspect an attorney nor can you go against the attorney because a lawyer always remains neutral. In every situation, a lawyer will not try to beat you to a pulp as the officer but come to a conclusion where the law is being followed by both parties. To avoid having your suspect released thanks to an attorney, make sure when you preform the arrest that you follow all the rules, code of conduct, force matrix, and remember to read the Miranda Rights. P.S - You think to yourself, how can this Private Law Firm be involved in this system when it's just an IC cover for the Hitman Faction. Well, you said it. It's an IC cover so we have to PHYSICALLY Roleplay as Lawyers giving us more work but thanks to this, the HA faction can operate without being busted. It's almost like our factions is two-faced. One face for the LSPD, and the other for the world. Every hitman must also be a god damn good lawyer and know what he's doing or the cover fails and the HA faciton couldn't operate.

That's all, I might be adding more, please tell me if there is anything else you'd like to know about the Police force or would like the Police Force to know that they do not already.
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Re: [GUIDE] LSPD Guide

on Mon Aug 13, 2012 10:14 pm
-Added section about Interrogations. Please review.
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