Once you’ve read their rights & searched them. Seize any illegal items they have (Weapons, Drugs, Dirty money), Request for a basic driver on the radios; should nobody respond, You put them in your car and transport them to the nearest Police Station. From here on you can ask if they would like to contact a solicitor, if they say yes they have 10 minutes to get to the holding cells. You may uncuff the suspect so they can contact their solicitor. Upon arrival of the lawyer you search the lawyer and if he has anything illegal, you must take these from him and tell the solicitor to leave. Make sure to roleplay out this situation with the lawyer and suspect. Once the lawyer agrees to the sentence and fine or when the suspect has asked for no lawyer, you may tell him the jail sentence and fine. If he or his lawyer have no further question you may sentence them.
If they ask for a higher up you MUST provide them one if there is one available. If they ask for your name & badge number you MUST provide them your name & your perm id (perm id = Badge number).
Stop and Search - Police and Criminal evidence Act 1984 Section 1 2 A
Dangerous Driving - Road Traffic Act 1991 Section 1
Murder - Homicide Act of 1957 Section 1
Theft / Robbery - Theft Act 1968 Section 1 and 2
Assault on police - Police Act 1996 Section 1 and 2
TPAC - Tactical Pursuit and Containment
The one and only TPAC that may be done is the box in manoeuvre. You will box in the vehicle with 3 other police vehicles. Mainly interceptors will take lead. If there is no interceptor on duty, the highest member of the response team will take lead. The front vehicle will slowly decrease their speed to put the vehicle to a stop.
All risks must be summed up before TPAC is performed, this includes but is not limited to:
Danger to life (both other members of the public and officers)
State of all vehicles involved
Length of pursuit
Bullying – Zero-Tolerance Policy
This community takes bullying and the act of bullying very seriously. Remember, there is always a fine line between having ‘banter’ with someone and bullying. Always make sure you know where the line is. The community, members and management are expected to have a zero-tolerance policy on bullying and therefore anyone who breaks this expectation will be removed dealt with accordingly. Further action may be taken by the CMG Community Managers at their discretion.