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Post by Yoshua on Thu Jul 21, 2016 12:56 am

//                                             [TGL] Altis Life Cop SOP                                              \\
// Written by Joshua, do not reuse without premission, failure to follow this will result in a blacklist \\
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1: General Preparations:

1.1 Equipment:

- All officer’s must carry a taser with them at all times.

All officers will be required to carry this equipment plus anything else you deem necessary:
- Items/Weapons
- Toolkit
- Medical Kit
- Taser / Incapacitator Rifle

Clothing:
- Recruit - Sergeant
- Police Uniform
- Kevlar Vest (Carrier Rig)
- Carryall Backpack

Sergeant - Captain:
- Police Uniform
- Some type of protective hat
- Kevlar Vest (Carrier Rig)

- In an emergency situation you may use any protective VEST and HELMETS that you or your commanders deem appropriate to use. However these emergency situations will only be: During War, Red Alert, Federal Reserve, State Emergency.



1.2 - Pre-Duty:

- Before leaving the police base you must assure you have the correct equipment.
 You must not at any point play on the PD faction with any other names other than the one on the Roster. Mistakes happen, but they will not be forgiven if observed by command - check your profile before selecting the PD slot. Not using the correct name, the one shown in the roster, is against the rules. It is your sole responsibility to ensure you are duty-ready and follow this SOP, breaching this SOP will result disciplinary action against you. You may request you name to be changed on the roster by talking to: Specialist, Chief or General. Until this process is completed you must use the same name. This may seem odd but it is essential to ensure we know who is who and who has what strikes, if any.

1.3 - Speed Limits:

- As a member of the police enforcement, you must ensure you follow the speed-limits. The only exception is if you are responding to a crime or situation which requires you to be in code two or code three.

- In Kavala - 70 KPH
- Country/Highway - 110 KPH


2: Communication:a
2.1 - Radio Usage:

- Radio should be used for general departmental comms (for example call for backup ,10-78).
 The radio must only be used to transfer important information or to call for backup, at no point should you use the radio to chat. All communications must be professional which means no screaming, swearing or shouting, abusive language over the radio will not be tolerated and will lead to a blacklist/ demotion. All Comms must be quick so it does not cause too much disruption, therefore 10 codes are essential.

- How to send out and radio communications
 10-78
- In any instances where you can use any of the 10 codes you should do without fail, all communications must be followed by over to signal that you have finished your transmission. You must start any radio communication conversation with your name, This is Cole Walsh… anyone else answering to their distress call should start with the person's name followed by their own, Cole Walsh, This is Jarred Westwood…. The only times you will ever, realistically, need help is in a situation involving a crime in progress or armed suspects, in these cases the next transmission would be, This is Cole Walsh requesting 10-78 on my 10-20, this would then be followed by the next person asking: What for and where. Or in your initial call for backup you could say why you need assistance, 3 10-32’s. See an example in 2.2.



2.2 - 10 Codes:

- 10-3 Stop transmitting (STFU)
- 10-4 Acknowledgement (Yes)
- 10-9 Please repeat
- 10-20 Location?
- 10-31 Crime in progress
- 10-32 Armed suspect
- 10-78 Need assistance
- Negative - No
- POLAC - Police involved in an accident
- Decamp - Suspect has left a vehicle and is now on foot.
- Code 1 - No lights or sirens
- Code 2 - Lights, no sirens
- Code 3 - Lights and sirens
- Code 4 - Situation is over, the area is clear


3: Criminal Punishment:
3.1 Jail Times:                                                      

- The calculator will tell you a person's charges, as the jail system is faulty at the moment I have invented a system to work with until it is fixed.Please follow the simple rules below to work out a person's charge (Be advised the following rules are for a person fails to pay a ticket):

- If a person has committed 3 or more murders you must REQUEST a death sentence from a major or commisioner.
- If a person has committed the offence of attempted murder more than 2 times, then you must REQUEST a death sentence from a major or commisioner.
- If a person has committed a bank robbery with ANY hostages or casualties (murder or attempted murder) then you must REQUEST a death sentence from a major or commisioner.

- If a person fails to pay a ticket but is not eligible for death penalty then you should send someone to the cells and restrain them and remove them after the given time. It MUST be ticket first.

- If for a ticket someone fails to pay a ticket of below 50k then you should keep them in the cells for only 5 minutes, if the ticket is a above 150k then you should keep them in the cells for 10 minutes. DO NOT ABANDON PEOPLE IN THE CELLS.

3.3 Miranda Rights:

- “You have the right to remain silent, anything you do say can and will be used against you in a court of law. you have the right to an attorney, if you can not afford an attorney one will be appointed to you by the state if available at the moment, do you understand the rights that I have read to you.”

3.4 Attorneys:

- When someone ask for an attorney you must wait at least 6 minutes before sending him to jail. Attorneys may not be requested to defend someone against a ticket unless it is above 130k. If the man want the state to provide him with one, if any lawyers are on they must be requested, if not you can give him to option for a police officer to represent him. If you are chosen to be a lawyer you must defend him properly and not be involved in the original case.


3.5 Arresting Procedure:

// *In Vehicle*
// "Sir now step out of the vehicle with no weapons, if you have a weapon you must declare so now or you will be shot upon leaving the vehicle."
// "Sir step away from the vehicle and put your hands on your head, so we can search you and your vehicle."
// *If there is passengers repeat the process one by one*

- Once you have gotten the civilian from the vehicle then you may;
- Check his license and registration
- Search the vehicle
- Search Him

- Then you are to read them their miranda rights and tell them their current charges. After this you are to return to the police department to finalise the arrest.                                                                



4. Appropriate force:
4.1 lethal force:

- When a suspect directly puts an officer's life in danger by attempting to physically kill an officer. by shooting at them or attempting to run them over you may use lethal force on them, however still try to use incapacitator/ taser.
- When a vehicle evades, you must use appropriate force:
- Lethal force may only be used on a vehicle if it - runs over anyone or rams a vehicle. If a suspect in a vehicle  is wanted for any violent crimes then you may use lethal on the vehicle's tyers only. In other cases use your vehicle to bring the vehicle to a stop after a pursuit lasting longer than 30 seconds. Once the pursuit reaches 2 minutes you may use lethal force on tyers only.  

4.2 Taser:

- When a suspect is running away or towards you, you may use a taser if the do not co-operate with your orders. (Officer's discretion, you may Tase the suspect without asking a higher officer)

4.3 No force used:

- When a suspect is cooperating or you are within the range to handcuff the suspect, then you may handcuff them without tazing first. (Officer's discretion, you may Handcuff the suspect without asking a higher officer) You cannot use a taser on a vehicle, NO CIRCUMSTANCES

4.4 Threat Level:

- Green - (Standard, generally quite, officer deaths few and far between):
- Standard patrol routes
- Standard 2 officers per vehicle
- All threats and calls treated under normal procedure

- Amber - (High crime level, gang related incidents, general attacks on officers):
- Standard 2 officers per vehicle
- All threats, stops and 911 distress calls treated as felony situations (meaning rifles out and ready)
- Rifle in backpack unless on traffic stop (unless FBI or Specialist)

- Red - (General anarchy):
- Checkpoints set up on major highways
- 2 officers per vehicle
- When possible, two vehicles per traffic stop
- Minimum of two vehicles per 911 distress call
- All threats, stops, and 911 distress calls treated as felony situations (meaning rifles out and ready)
- Armored vehicles for patrol within city
- One riot team deployed  and ready to respond (FBI or Specialist)
- All weapons illegal unless pistol (even SDAR and PDW2000)


- State Emergency - Declared by a unanimous vote between two or more command personal and above
- Checkpoints set up in key areas such as gun store etc.
- All Guns stores locked down (legal & illegal).
- All weapons become illegal including ‘Gun Store’ weapons’

4.5 State Emergency:

- During state emergency the highest ranking police department officer will take command. Other than that your rank will no longer matter and you will then be sorted by command. The drivers of the other vehicles will then be in charge of maintaining radio contact with command one and following orders. Failure to follow the orders of anyone within command one will  result in an instant punishment if they are a sergeant and you a department captain but they are in command one you must follow orders no matter what. Any civilians seen with a firearm can have it confiscated as soon as it is seen.

5. Checkpoint Duty:
5.1 authorisation:

- The authorisation to set up a checkpoint must come from a lieutenant or higher. The lieutenant will say where the checkpoint is to be and then 3 or more officers will set the checkpoint up.
- A Sergeant or higher may supervise a checkpoint at any given time as long as they have permission to set the checkpoint up.

5.2 dealing with civilians:

// "Sir please drive through the open barrier and stop your vehicle with the engine turned off."
// "Sir now step out of the vehicle with no weapons, if you have a weapon you must declare so now or you will be shot upon leaving the vehicle."
// "Sir step away from the vehicle and put your hands on your head, so we can search you and your vehicle."
// "If there are passengers repeat the process one by one."

- Once you have gotten the civilian from the vehicle then you may;
- Check his license and registration
- Search the vehicle
- Search Him


5.3 Common questions and answers:

- A civilian runs the checkpoint; follow him and charge him 15 minutes for evading checkpoint or code red if authorised by a sergeant.
- The civilian has warrants; restrain him and have a cage unit take him to jail
- The civilian has illegal items on him or in the vehicle; you may restrain the civilian and have a cage unit come take the civilian to jail.
- A civilian is armed at the checkpoint without declaring then you may shoot him without authorisation

6. Probable cause:
6.1 Authorisation:

- All raids must be approved by a command member either Colonel or above! You must have also gain a search warrant from the Chief of Police or General, failing to do so may result in a punishment issued by command.

6.2 Civilian searches:

- Civilians may be stopped and searched freely at any checkpoint as long as it is legitimate and has had the correct authorisation. If a civilian has been seen leaving a known plantation or a rebel base this will give you enough probable cause to search them. If the Civilian is an owner of a vehicle which he was driving that may also be searched. When a civilian is being arrested he may also be searched following the basic procedure.

7: Punishments:
7.1 Strikes:

A:
- Strike 1 - This means you have broken Standard operating Procedures of the police department, when issued with this strike the police command are informed and keep a lookout on you.
- Strike 2 - This means you have yet again received another strike, from that point you are automatically suspended until further notice from the police command. From that point a meeting will be set up with your department leader and the police command we will discuss ways of improving yourself and then assign the appropriate action to you.
- Strike 3 - This means again you have received another strike and will be removed from the police department for a minimum of a 2 week period.

- This system will be followed depending on how serious the situation was.

B:
- A department captain has full authority to set up his own strike sheet in which sergeants and lieutenants will help supervise. However department strike sheets can not authorise anyone being kicked from PD unless an executive decision is made by command.

C:
- If you are issued multiple department strikes you can be kicked from the department at the discretion of the Chief or Specialist. You may however be suspended or even banned from PD if you are issued strikes by command. If we feel you need a punishment which allows you to stay on duty we will either make you do desk duty or go on foot patrol.

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