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|Subject: [☆] Police Department - Handbook [☆] Sat Jul 19, 2014 4:06 pm|| |
Every Chief of Police specializes his men in multiple categories. My specializations are Pursuit and Encounters. I demand each and every single police member to do this flawlessly or at the best of their ability.
As an officer, you spend a lot of time patrolling, this part is seen as the boring part of the job. You cruise around the city and observe the area. Yet, many officers fail to even execute this action correctly. Ramming, speeding and reckless driving do not belong there. Same goes for taking shortcuts, you don't do that.
Anyone seen doing so will be warned in game and will receive a point on their membership. (3 points and you're out.)
A pullover seems easy, but as everything, it is misleading. You never know who you pulled over and you never know what the person is capable of. This in mind, always secure yourself.
- Pull your cruiser over behind the person. (Right side of the road).
- Communication comes second. Update the situation, let the other officers know where you are, what the vehicle of the person looks like and if you need assistance or not.
- Before you approach the vehicle, ask the person to show his hands and to keep them shown to you. (Engine turned off at all times during the encounter)
- Approach the vehicle and once again, communicate that you approach them.
- Ask for the drivers license and the ID of the driver, do not answer his/her questions yet.
- Go back to your cruiser and check whether the licenses are valid or not.
- Once that's done, go back to the vehicle and tell the driver what he did wrong or why you pulled him over. When necessary issue the driver a ticket/fine.
Note: When there are two suspects in the vehicle, execute the same process but wait till the second person is out of the vehicle before rushing to the kneeling suspect.
- When you come across a wanted person, the first thing you do is turn on your backup. (( /bku ))
- Communication is important in this situation! Describe the suspect and/or the vehicle he is in.
- When the suspect pulls over demand him to get out of the vehicle turned the opposite way. In the meanwhile, you draw your weapon and stay behind the door for cover.
- At this moment, backup should've arrived already. The next thing you do is demand the suspect to walk towards your voice with his hands on the back of his head.
- When the suspect is on a close distance, rush to him and apply to cuffs. (When there's no second suspect in the vehicle.)
I made a backup command to make it easier for police officers to update their location while in a pursuit. However, the command may not be abused to let everyone know where you are or where they should be. It is made for pursuits and may only be used during pursuits.
- Radio Codes:
There are certain aspects in a pursuit which an officer must pay attention on.
This topic will be updated frequently with new information. I decided not to post all the information at once.
- Do not over speed. You never know when the suspect is turning left or right, you might miss the turn and lose your suspect. Lower your speed to his speed and remain a safe distance between you and your suspect.
- Do not excessively attempt the P.I.T. technique. If you fail twice in a row, you might get a punishment for ramming a vehicle while it was not your intention to.
- Do not take over at the most random moments, always inform your fellow officers when you're overtaking the lead in a pursuit. That's why it's important to stay in one line!
- You may take shortcuts to cut your suspect off. Keep in mind that you may not form an obstacle for your fellow officers. Informing your officers will prevent such situations.
- You are allowed, with permission of the pursuit leader to place roadblocks / obstacles to get your suspect to a stop. This requires a frequent update of the suspect's position to determine where the obstacle has to be placed.
- As long as the suspect does not form a lethal threat, you can't shoot him. You are always allowed to shoot when you have permission, there is an exception to this rule: When a suspect opens fire on you, you automatically get permission to fire back. Remember: Always aim for the tires, not the suspect.
- Keep track on your suspect. If you aren't good in pursuits, don't take the lead. It's necessary that someone with experience and good reflexes leads the pursuit.
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