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General Information
Agency Name San Andreas Police Department
Native name Police Department
Native name abb. SAPD
Formed 1869
Jurisdiction San Andreas
Headquarters Police Plaza, Pershing Square
Employees Estimate 14,000
Budget Private
Leadership Information
Chief Matthew Lawson
Chief Position Chief of Police
Assistant Chief Ezekiel Smyth
Assistant Chief Position Asst. Chief of Police
Additional Information
Website http://pd.acemta.com

The San Andreas Police Department (SAPD) is the police department of the City of Los Santos, San Andreas.

Mission Statement Edit

The mission of the San Andreas Police Department is to protect and serve the populace of San Andreas. To that end, we investigate, reduce, and prevent crime throughout the city and make an effort to understand the community and conversely to give them the opportunity to understand us. We serve the community of San Andreas with integrity, honor, and respect and maintain only the highest possible professional, ethical, and moral standards.

History Edit

The San Andreas Police Department was first founded in 1869 when ten officers were hired and paid to serve under City Marshal, Bill W. Arthur. The original force was undermanned and the city became known for violence, gambling, and prostitution. By the early 1900s, there were 70 officers, and in 1903, this force increased to 200. The force began to increase rapidly, suffering only a minor decline in staffing during World War II when many officers enlisted in the armed forces. By 1959, there were over 5,000 sworn officers.

As the department continued to expand, various specialized units began emerging. The San Andreas Police Department now had a full fleet of aviation vehicles, a fully staffed and manned tactical division, and one of the most professional investigative bodies in the country. In 2004, Kiril Sokolov, a former Commander of the SAPD, was sworn in as the department’s 56th Chief of Police. Taking control of previous generations of corruption and lawlessness, he managed to fully turn the force around into the law enforcement body it is today. The San Andreas Department is currently the primary law enforcement agency for San Andreas. As of now, there are over 14,000 employees serving the SAPD, composed of more than 10,000 police officers and 3000 unsworn staff members. In January 2012, Chief Sokolov resigned, leaving the position up to mayoral appointment.

Organization Edit

Divisions Edit

The San Andreas Police Department is split up into four separate divisions, all headed up by a member of the High Command team. Under each division, there is several units that all specialize in different areas.

Office of Operations Edit

The Office of Operations is the main hub of police force activity. This sub-department consists of numerous, yet necessary sub-divisions that assist the officers of today. It's also the home to the Central Bureau, where every officer, who is not a detective, is. There is no current commanding officer for this sub-department.

  • Central Patrol Unit (CPU)

The Central Patrol Unit is the bee hive. This is where every sworn officer is placed after graduating the academy and until the end of their service. The majority of the organizing of officers and patrol routines is set up here. This is where crime rates are analyzed and officers are informed how and what to expect when being out on patrol. The division is currently led by Captain Jonathan Stimmer.

  • Training Division

The Training Division is to provide training for academy students, in-service officers, and police personnel who avail for further training. This entails for; regular and up-to-date academies to take place and of course the broad spectrum of in service training to take place (firearms training, advanced driving courses). This division is being led by Lieutenant Cody Szautner.

  • Special Vehicles Unit

When a regular Crown Victoria just is not enough to keep up with a 2013 Porsche, the SVU steps in. Highly trained officers take the wheel of numerous fast vehicles to keep up in pursuits when regular officers can not. This division is led by Senior Lead Officer Jacob Toretto.

  • Air Support Unit

The Air Support Unit (ASU) has a large fleet of aviation vehicles at their disposal to perform a wide variety of tasks, such as officer support and search and rescue operations. The Chief of Aviation is Police Officer III Nick Morello.

  • Marine Support Unit

Waters can be used to flee arrest just as well as roads. Because of this, the SAPD also has a division dedicated to controlling the seas(note: different than coast guard). This division is led by Sergeant Aries Aurelius.

  • Human Resources

Human Resources takes care of all the necessary administrative tasks such as on-leave reports, resignation reports, financial requests and overall department-wide information. This division is led by Senior Lead Officer Jacob Toretto.

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Office of the Chief Edit

Office of the Chief (OOC) is one of the most respective sub-departments in the entire San Andreas Police Department. Chosen by police officer's integrity and dedication, these handpicked men and women maintain the department as a whole with Internal Affairs and Media Relations.

  • Internal Affairs Group

The Internal Affairs Unit investigates all incidents of law breaking or professional misconduct by officers of the San Andreas Police Department, with current Chief Investigator, Captain Jonathan Stimmer.

  • Public Relations Unit

The Public Relations Unit deals with the ever changing dynamic of the community and the San Andreas Police Department. They work hand-in-hand with various community leaders to ensure the public is well informed of the going-ons of the SAPD and educated in any matters that may concern the intricate nature of policing in San Andreas. The Director of Public Relations is Sergeant Aries Aurelius.

Rank structure Edit

High Command

  • Chief of Police
  • Asst. Chief of Police
  • Deputy Chief of Police
  • Commander
  • Captain
  • Lieutenant

Command

  • Sergeant II
  • Sergeant I

Non-Commissioned Officers

  • Senior Lead Officer
  • Police Officer III
  • Police Officer II
  • Police Officer I

LSPD Awards and Commendations Edit

In no particular order. ((Pics to be added.))

Regular Ribbons & Medals Edit

  • Medal of Valor: This medal is earned by an officer who performs an extraordinary individual act of bravery and heroism while on his duty. This is the highest police medal award.
  • Bravery Medal: This medal is earned by an officer who performs an act of bravery while on duty, but not beyond the level as in the Medal of Valor.
  • Police Life-saving Medal: This medal is earned by an officer who shows bravery by saving a fellow officer or civilian on duty.
  • Police Star: This medal is earned by an officer who has shown exceptional leadership skills during a time of distress.
  • Shield Medal: This medal is earned by an officer who is seriously injured or killed while performing his duty.
  • Liberty Award: This medal is given to a K-9 officer who is seriously injured or killed while performing his duty.
  • Elite Ribbon: This ribbon is earned by an officer who actively participates and contributes in a major organized mission.
  • Police Distinguished Service Medal: This medal is earned by an officer who has shown exceptional professionalism and dedication during his or her time of service.
  • Officer of the month(OOM) ribbon: This ribbon is handed out to an officer who has shown dedication and hard work throughout the month and has been elected as the officer of the month.
  • Service Ribbon: This ribbon is earned by an officer who serves and remains in the LSPD for over one month.
  • Service Ribbon: This ribbon is earned by an officer who serves and remains in the LSPD for over one month.
  • Loyalty Ribbon: This ribbon is earned by an officer who serves and remains in the LSPD for over four months.
  • Oath Ribbon: This ribbon is earned by an officer who has served in the LSPD for over a year with no resignation.
  • High Command Ribbon: This ribbon is earned by an officer who reaches the rank of Lieutenant or above and becomes part of the LSPD High Command.
  • Officer-in-charge Ribbon: This ribbon is given to an officer who has been trusted with leading a (sub)division within the LSPD.
  • Command Ribbon: This ribbon is handed out to an officer who has become a part of the command team within LSPD.
  • Arrest Medal: This medal is earned by an officer who participates in over 50 arrests while in service.
  • Academy Ribbon: This ribbon is passed to a student who had the highest rating during the academy period.

Division Ribbons Edit

  • ASU Ribbon: This ribbon is earned by an officer, who has stepped into the Air Support Unit division.
  • HSIU Ribbon: This ribbon is earned by an officer, who has stepped into the High Speed Interception Unit division.
  • Training Unit Ribbon: This ribbon is earned by an officer, who has stepped into the Training & Recruitment division.
  • S.W.A.T Ribbon: This ribbon is earned by an officer, who has stepped into the Special Weapons and Tactics division.
  • Marine Support Unit Ribbon: This ribbon is earned by an officer, who has stepped into the Marine Support division.
  • K-9 Ribbon: This ribbon is earned by an officer, who has been accepted in the K-9 division.
  • Internal Affairs Ribbon: This ribbon is earned by an officer, who has stepped into the Internal Affairs division.
  • Media Relations Ribbon: This ribbon is earned by an officer, who has stepped into the Media Relations division.
  • Administrative Services Ribbon: This ribbon is earned by an officer, who has stepped into the Administrative Services division.

See Also Edit

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