Popular Post PoptartRex 3554 Posted June 11, 2018 Popular Post Report Share Posted June 11, 2018 This rule change is effective immediately. Post any questions/concerns below. Chapter IV - Civilian Interaction Dealing with Medics Medics are subject to all civilian laws. Officers should not stop R&R personnel from performing their medical duties without reason. Officers should have a means to stopping medical personnel in controlled situations. This means boots on the ground and/or an armed aerial vehicles should be present when denying medics at controlled situations. Chapter XI - Illegal Areas For federal event robberies/jailbreaks: APD are not to enter the Blackwater dome and Federal Reserve dome prior to an active robbery unless: A Civilian is trapped inside. Any game error has occurred. Chapter XII - Fines and Penalties Ticketing Procedure When ticketing a suspect, always list their charges and tell them the total value of their ticket or bounty. Once a ticket is written, the cost is set. An officer cannot place additional charges on the suspect. Tickets may be less than the set price with approval of a Corporal or higher. Suspects are granted two chances to pay the ticket. If the suspect refuses the ticket both times, he may be sent to jail. A third chance to pay is discretionary and out of courtesy, but an officer is never to give more than 3 chances to pay a ticket. Patrol Officers and Deputies are to abide by the ticket values with no deviation from the fine amounts, even in the absence of higher ranking officers. Patrol Officers and Deputies are only permitted to write a $100 pardon ticket when there are no Patrol Officers or higher available to grant a discount or pardon. Patrol Officers may issue a discount of up to 25% off the total bounty only when no corporal or higher is available. Corporals have the ability to give discounted tickets, up to 50% off the total bounty. Sergeants and higher have the ability to discount tickets at their discretion. Chapter XIII - APD Equipment & Ground Vehicles APD Tools Spike strips may be deployed on suspects utilizing ground vehicles who are attempting to evade the APD. Spike strips may be used in any situation provided they disable only suspects that the APD is actively engaged with. Chapter XIV - APD Aircraft Airplane Patrols Fixed Wing Patrol - The Fixed Wing Aircraft can be used for both recon and rapid response. Recon patrols can be performed by any APD member, with the approval of a Corporal or higher. For standard patrols, the APD may employ the use of parachutes to minimize the danger of a risky landing. You may perform recon over illegal areas without using lights and sirens. Minimum Crew - Pilot - Corporal or higher must be present. (More than one occupant may be present for recon patrols) Armed Fixed Wing Patrol - The Armed Plane patrols are conducted by Sergeants or higher. These patrols can be used for both recon and rapid response. Armed Planes will follow Ghosthawk engagement rules. Exception - Armed Planes can also engage ground vehicles. Armed Planes may not engage low priority suspects that are utilizing ground vehicles. Armed planes may mirror the guns hot status of any active Ghosthawks. However, this does not apply vice-versa. If a Ghosthawk is guns hot, then any Armed Plane in the area will also be guns hot. Extra Clarifications: "Low Priority suspects" are typically suspects with low bounties. The bounty total should not typically be under 250k, but is not restricting going under in the case of suspects that are of higher priority. 21 1 Quote Link to comment
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