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Lakeside Sheriff’s Department, State Patrol

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TITLE: STATE PATROL SOPs

ISSUED: 20/11/16

AUTHOR: Connor Dub

Upheld By: High Command

Lakeside Patrol SOP’s

                                  

       

   

APPROVED BY: Connor James Dub

DATE SIGNED: 30/11/2016

Signature:  Connor James Dub

DATE PRINTED: 30/11/2016 

Role of the Lakeside Sheriff Patrol Division

        The Lakeside Patrol Division's main job is to watch and monitor all high level areas throughout the county of Lakeside. With this said, they are to act under the most discipline and professionality as they will deal with some of the most unpredictable threats and must be ready for anything. This then means, that all officers under the Lakeside Patrol Division most attend some of the most professional and extensive training in the sheriff’s department, as they will be presented with enormous responsibility. This then leads to the fact that his handbook is designed to assist, and inform any officers as to the procedures and structuring inside the Lakeside Patrol Division and should be taken with the uttermost care. As well, remember the amount of work that has been put into this document and treat it with such respect. If any issues are found, please feel free to direct these concerns to any member of the Lakeside Patrol Division Command.

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Note* Any rank is allowed the gear to that of the rank under his own

Cadet [E-1]

Weaponry: Glock 19 [If Trained], X26 Taser,

     Uniform:Cadet Uniform

     Headgear: Police Cap

     Face Wear: Any Appropriate Glasses (Optional)

     Vest: None

     Backpack: Tactical Police Belt

     Additional: Radio Earpiece, 2x Handcuffs, 3x Spike Strips,

1x Tool Kit                            

     Items: 4x Blinking Road Cone Strips, 4x Road Block Wooden, 2x Blinking Road Cone

     Vehicles: Ride Along Only

Deputy Sheriff  xprivate.png.pagespeed.ic.tbN2MLxJao.png[E-2]

              Uniform: Division A [Cadet +]

     Headgear: Division A [Deputy +]

     Face Wear: Any Appropriate Glasses (Optional)

     Vest: None [Unless Advanced Weapon Trained]

     Backpack: Patrol Backpack

     Additional: Radio Earpiece, 2x Handcuffs, 3x Spike Strips,

1x Tool Kit                                      

     Items: 4x Blinking Road Cone Strips, 4x Road Block Wooden, 2x Blinking Road Cone                                                            

Deputy Sheriff 1st Class  UNSC-A_Private_First_Class.png [E-3]

              Uniform: Division A [Cadet +]

     Headgear: Division A [Deputy +]

     Face Wear: Any Appropriate Glasses (Optional)

     Vest: None [Unless Advanced Weapon Trained]

     Backpack: Patrol Backpack

     Additional: Radio Earpiece, 2x Handcuffs, 3x Spike Strips,

1x Tool Kit                                                                                                                                  

Corporal  xcorporal.png.pagespeed.ic.A4f-08Ean9.png[E-4]

               Uniform: Division A [Cadet +]

     Headgear: Division A [Deputy +]

     Face Wear: Any Appropriate Glasses (Optional)

     Vest: Division A [Cadet +]

     Backpack: Patrol Backpack

     Additional: Radio Earpiece, 2x Handcuffs, 3x Spike Strips,

1x Tool Kit

     

 Sergeant  Sergeant.png[E-4]

                      Uniform: Division A [Cadet +]

     Headgear: Division A [Deputy +]

     Face Wear: Any Appropriate Glasses (Optional)

     Vest: Division A [Cadet +]

     Backpack: Patrol Backpack

     Additional: Radio Earpiece, 2x Handcuffs, 3x Spike Strips,

1x Tool Kit

2nd Lieutenant/1st Lieutenant [O-1/2]

                      Uniform: Division A [Cadet +]

     Headgear: Division A [Deputy +]

     Face Wear: Any Appropriate Glasses (Optional)

     Vest: Division A [Cadet +]

     Backpack: Patrol Backpack

     Additional: Radio Earpiece, 2x Handcuffs, 3x Spike Strips,

1x Tool Kit

Captain   [O-3]

                      Uniform: Division A [Captain +]

     Headgear: Division A [Captain +]

     Face Wear: Any Appropriate Glasses (Optional)

     Vest: Division A [Cadet +]

     Backpack: Patrol Backpack

     Additional: Radio Earpiece, 1x Handcuffs, 2x Spike Strips,

1x Tool Kit

Division Chief/Supervisor  [O-4/5]

                      Uniform: Division A [Captain +]

     Headgear: Division A [Captain +]

     Face Wear: Any Appropriate Glasses (Optional)

     Vest: Division A [Division Chief +]

     Backpack: Patrol Backpack

     Additional: Radio Earpiece, 2x Handcuffs, 3x Spike Strips,

1x Tool Kit

Marana Rights

“You have the right to remain silent, anything you do or say can and will be used against you in the court of law. You have the right to a higher ranking deputy. You additionally have the right to a lawyer if available.”

Speed Limits

City Limits: 60 Km/H

Highways: 90 Km/H

Chain of Command

Sheriff

Makes sure each department is working together and communicating correctly.

Under Sheriff

Sets up meetings for supervisors to communicate problems within the divisions.

Supervisor

Main job is to ensure that the division chief is doing their jobs properly, secondly the Supervisor should assist the Division chief with large changes and decisions within the division. In charge of SOPs being updated.

Division Chief

Control/Manage a department of the Sheriff’s Office. Deals with incidents inside or linked with their department. Is first contact before going to higher Command.

Captain

Control/Manage a group in the Sheriff’s Office. Is the first contact for Command Members.

1st Lieutenant

Supervises 2nd Lieutenants and Sergeants.

2nd Lieutenant

Supervises Sergeants. Can do random gear checks on learning Deputies.

Sergeant

Junior supervisor works with the 2nd Lieutenant to supervise the Deputies/cadets.

Corporal

More experienced deputy has access to extra gear but same duties as a normal deputy.

Deputy Sheriff

Deputy Sheriff 1

Fully trained deputy, to follow duties of his/ or her department.

Cadet

Training Deputy

Your Voice is Your Number One Weapon

As an officer in the Lakeside Sheriff’s Office, your number one responsibility is the protection and care of its citizens/residents. It is in this, that such use of not only lethals, but that of tasers should ALWAYS be a last resort. The idea of your voice being your number one weapon should constantly be in your head. It is in this, that such should always be the first resort as ALL officers are to allow for any suspect to willingly give themselves up, even in situations such as code red. If in any situation can the scene be resolved peacefully, the actions under which such will happen will be the primary plan.

How to announce a pursuit

Upon the beginnings of a 10-80, officers should give a clear/short description of the vehicle/suspect, disabling the need of additional officers to request such info. In this, such a layout is below

Layout: “This is Unit [####] performing a 10-80 on a [Color] [Brand if Known] [Type, Ex. Sports Car] heading [N/S/E/W] Passing [Nearest Hotspot]

Ex. This is Unit 101 performing a 10-80 on a Blue BMW Sports Car heading Northbound passing PD.

Additionally, if any information is to be repeating, the format/info below is to be used

ONLY the leading vehicle is to state the needed description of such vehicle.

This is Unit [####] Can I get a 10-9 on [Detail]

Ex. This is Unit 101 can I get a 10-9 on the description of the vehicle.

If the entire statement is to be needed to be stated again for whatever reason, such officer should say

“This is officer [####], 10-9 on the full description of the 10-8

10 Codes are used as abbreviations to get information across to others on the radio in a fast manner.

10-1 Unable to copy

10-2 Solid Copy

10-3 Stop transmitting

10-4 Acknowledgement

10-6 Busy

10-7 Out of service (Going offline or AFK)

10-8 Online (Back from AFK or getting online)

10-9 Please repeat

10-12 Stop or Stand by

10-20 Location?

10-22 Disregard or ignore

10-23 Arrived on scene

10-24 assignment completed

10-28 Vehicle Registration info

10-29 Check for warrants

10-31 Crime in progress

10-32 Armed suspect

10-33 Emergency

10-38 Stopping vehicle (Traffic stop)

10-39 Urgent (use lights and siren)

10-40 Silent (no lights no siren)

10-50 Traffic accident

10-74 Negative or No

10-76 En route or Responding

10-77 ETA

10-78 Need assistance

10-80 Vehicle Pursuit in Progress

10-99 Wanted Suspect

Procedures 

Recruitment

Enlistment:

Upon enlistment into the Lakeside Patrol Division, all potential officers must submit a formal transfer request found on the forms where they will fill the information required as well as will receive acceptance/ declination from both the Department of Corrections and Lakeside Patrol Division. Only upon the acceptance by the 2 divisions will a Candidate be granted into the Lakeside Patrol Division where he will begin his steps in training and activity.

Training:

When an officer first enters the Patrol Division following his previous division, he is required to complete the following training program listed for him. The trainings included-  Introduction Training/ Orientation, Advanced Rifle/ Vehicle Training, Advanced Patrol Procedures, FTO Ride Along [if available]

Gear Checks

Before leaving the police base you must assure you have the correct                    equipment, and that you are prepared to go on patrol. Then ensure you are on the radio frequency by call out a radio check and await a 10-2 from another officer before leaving the PD. [Ex. “This is unit 101, coms check over]

Short Range Radio

Short Range Radio- Short range radio should be used for general inter departmental comms (for example call a 10-38 on a vehicle or requesting back up to a location). Short Range radio must also be used to let DOC know that you are inbound to prison to either visit or drop off a prisoner.

Long Range Radio

Long Range radio should only be used for emergencies. Emergencies would be like 10-78’s or announcing that you are in pursuit of a vehicle. All communication on the long range must be concise and relevant-therefore code usage is vital. Do not use the long range as a major chat session area.

Traffic Stop

1. Switch lights to code 2 and activate the Whelen Takedown to make the vehicle pull to the right. Face the front of the vehicle to the left and activate the directional (If equipped) to direct any oncoming traffic around you

2. Announce in teamspeak your cop number and that you have a 10-38 @ [Location], vehicle description and how many occupants within the vehicle

3. have your partner [if any] look out for anyone that may be hostile and cause a threat to the situation.

Note* Primary weapon should be hidden in vehicle unless suspect is known to be armed [10-32]

4. Approach the vehicle just behind the back of the driver door. Formally announce your name and that you are from the LSPD Department. Politely ask them to please exit the vehicle and approach you into the “safe space”. Ask them if they know why you have pulled them over? Following, if they say no or the incorrect answer explain in detail why you have pulled them over.

5. Next ask them for their licence and registration. Following, press ‘windows’ on them and click check licences to make sure that they have a proper licence according to the vehicle they were driving. Following such statement, it is recommended that you inform them to have a seat on the ground whilst you go back to the vehicle. Additionally, if you see them stand up begin to question and be prepared for whatever actions are to occur..

Note* If they have a passenger with them tell them to lock the vehicle and to keep the passenger within the vehicle.

6. Walk slowly back to your vehicle not taking your eye off of the suspect, ask the dispatch for a 10-29 on [PlayerName]. If they jack do you copy say they are all clear then you can ticket the player according to the right offence [use this opportunity whilst inside the vehicle to check the ticket pricing]. However if they are to call a 10-99 call for immediate backup and stay in your vehicle until backup arrives. You will then perform an armed detainment in which you will inform the suspect he is being detained for suspension of previous charges and or warrant currently in place for his arrest.

Note* If a superior officer is to respond, explain the current situation and allow him to take over the situation unless otherwise directed

7. If player is set free release the suspect wishing them a good day and tell them to drive safely. Do not leave until the suspect has drove off. You then need to radio out that [Unit Number] is now free from the traffic stop and available for calls.

Note* Edition of ticket prices/ charges is up the officer at hand, if the officer feels the charges can be lowered due to compliance of the suspect through role play, he is free to do such. Be aware however, charges may only be raised if given permission to via command

Powers as a Deputy

If someone has committed a crime and an Deputy has their ID, the Deputy can give it to an I.A member. This is only if the civilian didn't die during the criminal act and that they evaded. The I.A member follows up on the evidence makes the case file and asks for a warrant to be put out on that person.

Use of Force

Lethal

When a suspect directly puts an Deputy's life in danger, attempting to physically kill an Deputy. By Shooting at them or attempting to run them over.If they are stealing police equipment or vehicles.(Deputies discretion, you may shoot the suspect without asking a higher Deputy)

Taser

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

Handcuff

When a suspect is cooperating or you are within the range to handcuff the suspect, then you may handcuff them without tazing first. (Deputy's discretion, you may Handcuff the suspect without asking a higher Deputy), after handcuffing a suspect you then read their rights to them since now you have taken their freedom away.

Illegal Items/ Weapons

Weapons

An illegal weapon is a weapon with the following specifications

Ammo

Drug related

Clothing/Items

10.2 What civilians must know

If they are arrested the Deputy must:

10.3 Gathering Evidence

Gathering evidence is vital to you prosecuting somebody. Its best to always write incidents into a notepad to look back on. Any screenshots or video evidence, or physical evidence is always good to have. Only collect evidence when it is safe to do so. Your life as a deputy is more important than convicting someone.

Lawyer

If the suspect wants a lawyer they have 5 minutes to get a state certified lawyer to the Sheriff’s Office/Courthouse or they must represent themselves. The lawyer may sit in during the interview as help to the suspect. NO MATTER WHAT A LAWYER SAYS YOU HAVE FINAL SAY ON A SUSPECT'S CHARGE IF YOU SAW THEM DO IT THEN YOU CHARGE THEM FOR IT EVEN IF YOU DON'T HAVE EVIDENCE.

Lawyer must have be dressed in a suit or dress, they must not have a bag, hat or facial clothing on in a courtroom. The lawyer can and will be searched before entering the courthouse and seeing his client. Any weapons will be taken and held by a deputy present.

Interviewing suspect

Interview the suspect to see his side of the story and see if it matches to what you saw.

Not Guilty

Suspect gets 25% extra time on his charge if he pleads not guilty and is found guilty at a later date. If a judge is online you can take it to court, if not you can charge the suspect with the crimes you saw him commit.

You now need to contact a judge to perform a court case and its up to the judge to decide the sentence. If there is no judge available you may charge the suspect with the evidence you have.

Guilty

Suspect gets 0% to 10% off his charge if he pleads guilty to the offence

Hostage Negotiations

How to

When you are the negotiator you must walk up to the the side of the bank doors with you gun lowered or holstered.

Look inside the Building to see how many hostages and suspects you can see and then ask them how many hostages they have and what their demands are. Once they have told you radio in saying how many hostages they have and how many suspects there are with their location. Ask other Deputies to chip in and take screenshots as you will get compensation for helping out with demands.

Negotiators

When deciding on who is the negotiator S.E.R.T will always take charge and if no S.E.R.T are available the highest commanding deputy will take charge If no command are on duty the highest ranking deputy from any department will take the lead in negotiations

Dealing with civilians

When dealing with civilians there are three things to remember

Chain of command

Approaching Ranks

Approaching Ranks

If you wish to approach someone higher up, you should not do it yourself, you require someone higher to contact a higher up. (Example; You are an Deputy and require a lieutenant, First contact a Sergeant and then HE must contact the lieutenant)

Rank

Role

Sheriff

Represent the department and manage the administration of it.

Undersheriff

Manage and control the resources of the department, keep good communication with the Departments.

Supervisor

Control/Manage a department of the Sheriff’s Office. Deals with incidents inside or link with their department . Is first contact before going to higher Command

Division Chief

Control/Manage a department of the Sheriff’s Office. Deals with incidents inside or link with their department . Is first contact before going to higher Command

Captain

Control/Manage a group in the Sheriff’s Office. Supervise Lieutenants in the field.

Lieutenant

Supervises Sergeants and is first contact for Command in that department.

Sergeant

Junior supervisor works with the Senior Officer to supervise the officers/cadets.

Corporal

More experienced deputy has access to extra gear but same duties as a normal deputy.

Deputy - Deputy I

Fully trained deputy, to follow duties of his/ or her department.

Cadet

Training Deputy

Code of Conduct

“As Being Part Of The Lakeside Sheriff’s Office, my fundamental duty is to serve the county and state, to safeguard lives and property, to protect the innocent against deception, the weak against oppression or intimidation, and the peaceful against violence or disorder, and to respect the Constitutional rights of everyone to liberty, equality, and justice. I will keep my private life unsullied as an example to all; maintain courageous calm in the face of danger, scorn, or ridicule; develop self-restraint; and be constantly mindful of the welfare of others.”

Talking to Command or High command

When talking to Command you must follow these, doing this shows respect to command.

Sheriff - Sir

Under Sheriff - Sir

Division Chief - Sir

Any comments made to a higher ranking Deputy such as Bitch, Dickhead etc etc will result in you receiving a strike if the Deputy sees fit

Standard patrol system

All Deputies will always be driving in 2-3`s. If you see a single cadet trying to get a vehicle out Stop them and tell them to come to you. All the cadets should never be with another cadet unless they are in a controlled training. If a higher Deputy, be sure to provide the Deputy and his accomplished with additional support if needed.

        Different Code Operating procedures

Threat Code Green:

- Standard Patrol Routes.

- 1-2 LEO per vehicle [depending on area]

- All heavy duty vests should be stored in an officer's vehicle.

- All rifles should be stored in an officer's vehicle.

Threat Level Amber:

- Increased Patrols in Lakeside.

- Standard 1-2 LEO's per vehicle.

- All threats, stops and 911 distress calls treated as felony situations- sidearms out and ready

- All officers should have their rifles holstered.

Threat Level Red/Marshall Law:

- Heavy Patrols in Lakeside.

- Standard 2 LEO's per vehicle.

- Minimum of two vehicles per 911 distress call.

- All threats, stops, and 911 distress calls treated as felony situations- rifles out and ready.

Police Chases

Captain + - Up to code Red

S.E.R.T - Code Red

Command Only! - Martial Law

Note: If you have a valid reason to put Lakeside on code red, please inform a deputy who has the power to, Command need to be informed and validate any reason to have Lakeside on code red, unless Command are not available.

When a Deputy from Any division is in a helicopter they will be know by the follow callsigns:

Signed: Connor James Dub AKA DubStepMad ________________________________________________________________________

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