Chapter VII - Medical Interaction
1. Medics shall obtain verbal, or written, permission from a citizen prior to administering any form of medical aid.
2. Civilians that request a revive after expiring are automatically providing their consent to receive medical attention.
2.1. Deceased players cannot revoke a revive request.
3. Citizens cannot order a medic to revive a deceased player.
4. Citizens may only interfere with a medic performing his or her duties by ordering the medic to stop reviving, or not to revive, a
player, group, or gang.
4.1. Communication must be established and adhere to the following guidelines:
4.1.1. Requests must be delivered via direct chat or EMS text message
4.1.2. Civilians must specify the deceased player, group, or gang by name in text or by indicating the individual in
4.1.3. Civilians should specify who is making and enforcing the threat
4.2. Medics who choose to initiate, or continue, a revive after being instructed not to can be killed by the individual or group
issuing the warning.
5. Medics shall not disclose the names or locations of any revive request, or call for service, with any person who is not directly
employed and currently serving on active duty with the Rescue and Recovery.
5.1. Medics may seek APD assistance if a call for service is coming from within an illegal area.
5.2 Medics may seek APD assistance if the circumstances surrounding the call for service are suspicious or appear malicious in
5.2.1. Medics requesting assistance are not authorized to release the names of any individual who is requesting medical
services under any circumstance unless the request is being made to facilitate a player report for misconduct.
6. Medics may report observed criminal activity or suspicious circumstances at any time if they so choose.
6.1. Medics may release the name of a living individual after the name has been obtained verbally via legitimate roll-play.
6.2. Notifications shall not be conducted in an effort to assist the APD in catching wanted individuals.