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PostSubject: LSPD: Handbook   Mon May 04, 2015 8:47 pm

LOS SANTOS POLICE DEPARTMENT
OFFICIAL STAFF MANUAL

I. PREAMBLE
II. RANKS
III. ORGANIZATION
IV. ASSETS
V. COMMUNICATION
VI. GANGS & STREET CRIME
VII. LAW OF LOS SANTOS
VIII. LAW-ENFORCEMENT FORCE MATRIX
IX. OUT-OF-CHARACTER
I. PREAMBLE
The Los Santos Police Department, also known as LSPD, is the police department of the city of Los Santos, San Andreas. With 10,023 officers and 2,879 civilian staff, it is the second-largest local law enforcement agency in the United States, after the Liberty City Police Department and the Vice City Police Department.
Headquarters
This is the headquarters of the Los Santos Police Department, the base of operations. This is where all of the department vehicles are located, mostly at the Police Department Garage right beside the main building. This is also the location of department reassignments.

Garage
The picture on the right is the garage interior and is where most of department’s vehicles are located, the main department arrest point, and where reassignments take place.

The picture on the left is the garage exterior is the station of the garage it is guarded by two police officers and a steel gate, the actual garage is underground. It also has a impound area for violated vehicles.
Headquarters Roof
The roof of our headquarters gives a good view around the building, and it houses two Eurocopter AS350's and an arrest point.


Location of Headquarters

The headquarters and its garage is located next to the LSPD Building, Pershing Square, Los Santos.

II. RANKS
Ranks in the Los Santos Police Department are important because it is the basis of the chain of command. All personnel should respect their higher-ranking staff.
Enlistees
Cadet
A cadet is the probationary officer in the Los Santos Police Department. They are to be trained in the Los Santos Police Academy with field training operations with a training officer, kept as a cadet for at least two days. The cadet’s aptitude and skill in the field will be evaluated by their training officer and will be decided if they will be promoted.

Permissions:
Must adhere to what officers and above instruct them.
Must wear the correct uniform at all times.
May use Impound Tow Trucks.
May patrol as a passenger with an officer or above.
May not arrest suspects without permission from a sergeant or above.
May not drive cruisers alone.
May not use the Department Radio without permission from a sergeant or above.
Unless if the current situation is dire.
Unless if they are the only staff in-town (( online )).
Must not go off-duty whatsoever without permission from a sergeant or above.
Unless if they are the only staff in-town (( online )).

Officer
An officer is qualified for all situations and have shown their capability of policing abilities, teamwork and co-operation, and able to follow orders.

Examples of roles:
Patrol Officer
TED Officer
RAMPART Officer
FTO Officer

Permissions:
Must adhere to what sergeants and above instruct them.
May use a City Patrol Cruiser.
May join the Traffic Enforcement, RAMPART and Field Training Operations.
May use the Department Radio in emergency situations.
May not use the unmarked vehicles without a sergeant’s permission (unless RAMPART).
May not use a High Speed Interception vehicle unless permitted by on-duty High Command (unless TED).


Officer (II)
A senior officer is an elite officer and has proven their policing abilities.

Examples of roles:
Patrol Officer (II)
FTO Officer (II)
RAMPART Officer (II)
TED Officer (II)

Permissions:
Has the abilities of an officer.
May use the Department Radio.
May not use the unmarked vehicles without a sergeant’s permission.
May not use a High Speed Pursuit Vehicle without (Assistant) Director of Training Enforcement or a captain’s permission.
Commissioned Staff
Sergeant
A sergeant is low-ranking commissioned staff officer in the Los Santos Police Department. They are the main commanding unit in the streets. It is not allowed to have any sergeants in the special divisions.

Examples of roles:
Patrol Sergeant
Training Officer II

Permissions:
Has the abilities of a senior officer.
Must adhere to what High Command instruct them.
May call department staff reassignments.
May use bean-bag rounds in their shotguns to stun targets.
May deploy barricades.
May deploy cones and flares.
May issue a strike to enlistees for misconduct.
May use the Heavy-Armoured Transport Vehicles, Supervisory Patrol Ranchers, Armoured Transport Vehicles, and Armoured Riot Control Vehicles w/ Water Cannons.
May not use a High Speed Pursuit Vehicle without (Assistant) Director of Training Enforcement or a captain’s permission.




High Command
Lieutenant
Lieutenants is a high-ranking officer of the department, and is the director of a division.

Examples of roles:
Director of a Patrol Division
Director of Traffic Enforcement
Director of Field Training Operations
Director of RAMPART
Head of Platoons

Permissions:
Has the abilities of a sergeant.
May use any vehicle in the department.
May strike staff sergeants and below.
Captain
Captains has semi-control and leadership responsibilities over the entire department.

Examples of roles:
Supervisor over Lieutenant
Company commanders

Permissions:
Has the abilities of a lieutenant.
May recruit, discharge, promote, and demote lieutenants and below.


Chief of Police
The Chief of Police has been assigned to lead the Los Santos Police Department, and takes charge of the of the entire department.

Permissions:
Complete access.

III. ORGANIZATION
Divisions
Traffic Enforcement Division
Traffic Enforcement Division, also known as TED, consists of the most elite drivers and pilots with in the department. Whenever there is a high speed pursuit or a suspect tries to escape by air, Traffic Enforcement is called to the scene. Their tasks as skilled drivers tasked on high-risk pursuits are as follows, patrolling the city of Los Santos to uphold the law in high-speed pursuit vehicles and police motorbikes, conduct, assist, and leading pursuits with suspected criminals in high-speed pursuit vehicles, maintaining a birds-eye visual over the city of Los Santos in Eurocopter AS350s or "Squirrels", responding to critical situations and backup calls very quickly.
Field Training Operations
Field Training Operations, also known as FTO, is designed to provide the department with fresh recruits and personnel with the most up-to-date training routines. They oversee all training activities for candidates seeking employment as an officer or routinely post new training sessions for the entire department. Their tasks are as follows, training and recruiting new candidates to become officers and arranging department-wide trainings.

Equipment
Kevlar Bulletproof Vest
All on-duty personnel must wear this armour at all times (unless investigating undercover), as it protects the wearer from small arms projectiles and physical impacts.

Designation: Model 55 Modular Police Design
(( How to access: This can be accessed through /locker ))

Handcuffs
Handcuffs are used to restrain an individual's wrists close together, preventing the criminal / suspect to escape police custody.

Designation: Model 710C High Security
(( How to access: These can be accessed at all times ))
Taser
Tasers (or tazers) are electroshock weapons designed to disrupt the control of the target's muscles temporarily, to give time to the officer to handcuff the suspect and put them in police custody. It is the one of the most commonly-used weapons used by law-enforcement to stop crime.

Designation: Model X26
(( How to access: This can be accessed at all times ))
(( For more information: click here. ))
Bean-bag Rounds
These rounds are specifically designed to disable targets by inflicting least damage and maximum pain.

Designation: Model 2581 Super-Sock
Permissions: Sergeants or higher
(( How to access: These can be accessed at all times ))
Megaphone
This sound-amplifying device is used to shout out orders for a vehicle pullover or a large crowd.

Designation: Model 12 "Aiden" Police
(( How to access: This can be accessed at all times ))
Radio
This two-way radio is essential to communicate with other officers in the field. Can access two frequencies; Local Radio (( /r )) and Department Radio (( /d )).

Designation: ICOM F9011S 05
(( How to access: This can be accessed at all times ))
Nitestick
This melee weapon can be used to fend off any physical attackers from its wielder.

Designation: Model 45 w/ Rubber Grip
(( How to access: This can be accessed through /locker ))
Pepper Spray
This aerosol weapon can be used to for self-defense and/or to control riots.

Designation: SABRE Model BG-M120L-NH
(( How to access: This can be accessed through /locker ))
Smoke Grenade
This aerosol weapon can be used to signal a position and/or to control riots.

Designation: ALSG 972 White
(( How to access: This can be accessed through /locker ))
Desert Eagle
This compact but powerful handgun is used by all police officers to kill any threatening criminals quickly, it has a slow rate of fire but a devastating effect on target.

Other names: "Deagle"
Designation: SIG Sauer P226R
(( How to access: This can be accessed through /locker ))
Shotgun
This standard shotgun is used to fight any criminal easily and calmly, it is cheap and easy to use. Although its system is pump-action, it can do a great deal of damage to a wide area.

Other names: "Shotty"
Designation: Mossberg 500 590A1
(( How to access: This can be accessed through /locker ))
SMG
The SMG has a devastating rate of fire and can be used to fire and a large group of targets.

Other names: "MP5"
Designation: Heckler & Koch MP5A2
(( How to access: This can be accessed through /locker ))
M4
The M4 assault rifle has very good range, accuracy, and damage, plus a healthy magazine. It is used for raids or/and when an individual is in serious danger.

Other names: "M16"
Designation: M4A1
(( How to access: This can be bought through /locker for a price for $750 ))
AK47
The AK47 is similar to the M4 but with a small magazine capacity.

Other names: "AK"
Designation: AK74M
(( How to access: This can be bought through /locker for a price for $750 ))
Combat Shotgun
The Combat Shotgun is an automatic shotgun, able to deal tons of damage with a fantastic rate of fire. This weapon is designed for close-quarters combat, and is very dangerous.

Other names: "SPAS-12", "Spas"
Designation: Franchi SPAS-12L
(( How to access: This can be bought through /locker for a price for $1250 ))
Sniper Rifle
The Sniper Rifle is good for tactical operations, with it's very long range and well-designed telescopic sight.

Designation: Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Police (AWP)
(( How to access: This can be bought through /locker for a price for $1750 ))
Uniform
Cadet Attire
Summary of clothing:
Sunglasses (Optional) - Appropriate and in contrast with uniform.
Los Santos Police Department Issued Badge
Blue duty cap
Blue duty shirt
White T-shirt
Black Police Utility Belt
Hip gun holster
Black duty pants
Black or white dress socks
Black laced shoes

Permissions:
Cadets are the only personnel allowed to wear this uniform, they must wear this at all times.
Unless ordered by a sergeant or higher.
Unless on Metropolitan Parking Service duty with an Impound Towtruck
Male Officer Attire
Summary of clothing:
Sunglasses (Optional) - Appropriate and in contrast with uniform.
Los Santos Police Department Issued Badge
Black duty shirt
Black or white T-shirt
Black Police Utility Belt
Hip gun holster
Black or blue duty cap (Optional)
Black duty pants
Black or white dress socks
Black laced shoes

Permissions:
Officers and higher are allowed to wear this uniform.

Available styles:
#265
#266
#267
#280
#281
Female Officer Attire
Summary of clothing:
Sunglasses (Optional) - Appropriate and in contrast with uniform.
Los Santos Police Department Issued Badge
Black duty shirt
Black or white undershirt
Black Police Utility Belt
Hip gun holster
Black or blue duty cap (Optional)
Black duty pants
Black or white dress socks
Black laced shoes

Permissions:
Officers and higher are allowed to wear this uniform.
Motorbike Patrol / Helicopter Pilot Uniform
Summary of clothing:
Sunglasses (Optional) - Appropriate and in contrast with uniform.
White motorbike / pilot helmet
Los Santos Police Department Issued Badge
Black duty leather jacket
Black duty shirt
Black or white undershirt
Black motorbike gloves
Black Police Utility Belt
Hip gun holster
Black duty pants
Black or white dress socks
Black laced shoes

Permissions:
Officers and higher are allowed to wear this uniform.
Tactical Combat Attire
Summary of clothing:
Black Sunglasses (Optional)
Night-vision Goggles
Full face mask
Los Santos Police Department Issued Badge
Additional Kevlar Vest (Optional)
Riot Shield (Optional)
Black duty shirt
Black gloves
Black Police Utility Belt
Hip gun holster
Black duty pants
Black or white dress socks
Black laced shoes
Permissions:
Special Weapons and Tactics officers or Lieutenants and higher are allowed to wear this uniform.
Permission may be overridden by a Lieutenant or higher.
Vehicles
City Patrol Cruiser
This is the main patrol cruiser used by the Los Santos Police Department.

Model: Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor
Quantity: 13
Permissions:
Cadets are not allowed to use this vehicle alone, unless patrolling with another officer.
Officers or higher are allowed to use this vehicle.
Impound Towtruck
This is the standard cadet vehicle, it is used to transport and impound illegally parked vehicles.

Model: 3rd generation Chevy C/K
Quantity: 4
Permissions:
All personnel are allowed to use this vehicle.
Supervisory Patrol Rancher
This is the off-road rancher. It's upgraded engine and front-wheel drive system (FWD) provides a faster acceleration than the City Patrol Cruiser to quickly drive to a problem that need administrative attention.

Model: GMT900
Quantity: 3
Permissions:
Sergeants higher are allowed to use this vehicle.
High Command Patrol Cruiser
This vehicle is used to observe the department's general duties.

Model: Dodge Diplomat
Quantity: 2
Permissions:
Lieutenants or higher are allowed to use this vehicle.
Police Maverick
This helicopter is used to provide coverage of a suspect's location and aerial firepower. It is also used to transport high-risk suspects from point A to point B in quick succession.

Model: Eurocopter AS350
Quantity: 2
Permissions:
Officers or higher are allowed to use this vehicle.
City Patrol Motorcycle
This motorbike is used to do traffic stops and to go from point A to point B in quick succession.

Model: Kz1000
Quantity: 8
Permissions:
Traffic Enforcement Officers and sergeants are allowed to use this vehicle.
Permission can be overridden by sergeants.
Armoured Transport Vehicle
This vehicle is used to transport officers to a tactical raid (( and has the ability to transport with officers on-top )).

Model: Cadillac Gage Ranger
Quantity: 2
Permissions:
Senior Officers or higher are allowed to use this vehicle.
Permission can be overridden by sergeants.
Enforcer
This vehicle is used to transport very high-risk suspects to their maximums-security prison and also used for transport elite officers into dangerous situations.

Model: CLASSIFIED
Quantity: 1
Permissions:
Senior Officers or higher are allowed to use this vehicle.
Permission can be overridden by sergeants.
Armoured Riot Control Vehicle
This vehicle is control riots by shooting water to harass the crowd.

Model: Cadillac Gage Commando
Quantity: 2
Permissions:
Senior Officers or higher are allowed to use this vehicle.
Permission can be overridden by sergeants.
Police Rancher
This vehicle is used fast and high-risk engagements.

Model: Chevrolet K5 Blazer
Quantity: 2
Permissions:
Sergeants or higher are allowed to use this vehicle.
Permission can be overridden by sergeants.

V. COMMUNICATION
Communication in the Los Santos Police Department is very important because it allows officers to change their tactics to the environment around them quickly and efficiently.
Codes
Ten Codes
Ten Codes can be shortened by removing 10-. For example: 10-20 can be 20’. This excludes codes from 10-1 to 10-9.

10-1 Transmitting poorly
10-2 Transmitting clearly
10-3 Stop transmitting
10-4 Message received
10-6 Off-duty temporarily
10-7 Off-duty (( / AFK ))
10-8 On-duty
10-9 Repeat last transmission
10-10 Off-duty (( / Logging off ))
10-15 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 on-scene, 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
Eleven Codes
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
11-78 Aircraft accident
11-80 Accident - Major Injury
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
Status Codes can be shortened by changing Code to C. For example: Code 3 can be C3.

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
Miscellaneous Terminology
CGH = County General Hospital
ASGH = All Saints General Hospital
PNS = Pay ‘n’ Spray
PDHQ = Police Department Headquarters
SDHQ = Sheriff’s Department Headquarters
FMDHQ = Fire and Medical Headquarters
MPS = Metropolitan Parking Service
BOLO = Be On the Lookout
TEV = Traffic Enforcement Vehicle
10-8/F = On-duty on foot
10-8/C = On-duty w/ Cruiser
10-8/M = On-duty w/ Motorcycle
10-8/P = On-duty w/ Personal Vehicle
10-8/X = On-duty w/ Helicopter
10-8/I = On-duty w/ Impound Towtruck
10-8/T = On-duty w/ Traffic Enforcement Vehicle
ADAM = Chief of Police
BRAVO = Patrol Operations
DAVID = Traffic Enforcement Division
GEORGE = Field Training Operations
TOM = Los Santos Police Academy
Radio Communication
When talking in the Local Radio, you may be starting your shift in a city patrol cruiser. Let's say your callsign is PD-BRAVO-32, which indicates that you are in 1st Patrol Division shown by the BRAVO call. You will be talking in the Local Radio, so the term PD- will not be needed.
You will say: BRAVO-32, 10-8C.

But what if you weren't in 1st Patrol Division, and you were in Traffic Enforcement where the main call is DAVID?
You would simply say: DAVID-7, 10-8T.

Every now and then a sergeants or someone of higher rank will announce a status check also known as a 11-52. Which means that you must report whatever you are doing to the radio. At Idlewood waiting for a suspect? Report your callsign, status, and location (location not needed if off-duty); like this: BRAVO-26, 10-8C, 20' Idlewood.

Transporting a suspect code-named Beacon Fifteen to Police Department Headquarters? Report this: BRAVO-26, 10-8, 15’ B15, 76' PDHQ.

Relaxing off-duty? Report this: BRAVO-26, 10-6.
 
VI. GANGS & STREET CRIME
Notable Neighbourhoods
The following neighbourhoods are Los Santos' most dangerous, all officers are hereby to proceed in these districts with extreme vigilance.
Jefferson
Jefferson, or commonly referred to as Jeff, holds Los Santos' most dangerous gang, Asesinos Loco. This area is known for it's abnormally high officer death rates, if an officer enters the area; they will most likely be shot. All personnel are advised to not enter this area, unless it is the area of a police raid.
Nearby Precincts: NONE
Idlewood
Idlewood, or commonly referred to as and not limited to Pizza, Pizza Stack, Idlestack, is Los Santos' most populated area, the rate of officer death is second to those in Jefferson, but the high population density makes up for quick deaths for personnel. This area is recommended for large teams of officers to patrol, but not recommended for small teams.

Nearby Precincts: PRECINCT 13
Grove Street
Grove Street, or commonly referred to as Grove, is the center of the gang Grove Street Families. This area is somewhat lightly populated with armed gang members but not too much for a single team of officers to handle. It is recommended for personnel to patrol within this area frequently.

Nearby Precincts: NONE
Known Dangerous Gangs
Grove Street Families
Grove Street Families are an afro-american street-based gang that typically wear green colours (such as jackets, trainers, balaclavas). They are usually caught carrying illegal items ranging from narcotics to weaponry. Grove St. are known for their notorious background of original gang culture in the Los Santos jurisdiction and their growing hate for the opposing enemy known as 'Ballas', another afro-american street gang that wears Purple.
Asesinos Loco
Asesinos Loco are a Mexican street-based gang that are seen wearing either shirts or long Tees with the usual colours of Blue and white (or black, preferably white). They are often carrying illegal narcotics and heavy military grade weaponry such as M4A1s, Sniper Rifles, Desert Eagles and a whole lot more. Their reputation in Los Santos is known as the most feared and deadliest gang because of it's strength and popularity throughout the city; they help no one but themselves and often help out with the drugs distribution of the 'Shottas' gang.
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