Communications System


One of the key aspects of being a Police Officer is having the ability to use effective communications, one of the ways the CMG Metropolitan Police  communicates is via whispers. Whispers give us the ability to speak to other radio channels when we are in a separate radio channel. This gives us the ability to separate ourselves while we are patrolling in certain areas, whenever we need to communicate for whatever reason we will then call in back up.


To ensure officers safety, it is imperative to all operations that radio communications are exemplary. Depending on what your division you're in, you may hold another call sign or identifer, however if not then please use your officers name. If you have a static call sign, this will not change depending on the vehicle that officer is in (with exceptions if the officer is deployed within any special vehicle that has a pre-defined call sign or requires them to identify as another) which will be within the following format

Example Of Good Radio Calls

"CN-15, multiple suspects at Asda (South Los Santos), requesting assistance."

"T-15, one suspect detained; going to be transporting back to PD for processing."

"CO-15, I'm on a traffic stop with a Black Audi, Strawberry Avenue, can I get additionals to my location as I believe he may attempt to flee."

Radio Usage Conduct

A push to talk must be setup when using the radio channels this can be easily done within TeamSpeak, simple go to Tools, Options, Capture, Choose the “Push to talk” option and chose a suitable key.

All officers must be in RC (Radio Channels) on TeamSpeak and must have their correct name and callsign identifier if given one in their name e.g. (Bennya | T-39) with whispers set up according to their patrol.

When communicating a call/response to a call you must always communicate as much information to the other officers as possible. For example (Isaac Martin, currently in a traffic stop on Strawberry Avenue on a black 4 door Mercedes Benz C63, 2 Occupants, Approaching suspect now stay advised). Following that template - if possible- will always communicate as much information as needed to the other officers enabling you to use the radio effectively.

Try to avoid interrupting callouts or transmission unless there is a severe situation ongoing, for example if an officer is calling out his location for a traffic stop and 4 armed men run into the supermarket, the officer who sees this action committed will say “Break break break, multiple heavily armed men have just entered the supermarket all units be advised 4 heavily armed men have just breached the supermarket all units please divert accordingly”.

At some points the phrase 'Clear Comms' may be broadcasted across the radio. When you hear this you must stop any broadcasts until further notice and you must only broadcast if it's directly related to an on-going incident and the information must be given out across the radio to protect life or prevent serious crime.

It is very important that all officers learn how to effectively communicate via the whispers, especially when you are in/or about to be in an active situation. It is very important that your communications are short, to the point, while still maintaining a good level of description for other officers to know what is going on. A good guideline to effective communications would be to first call out your call sign. Secondly, where you are and the reason why you are using your radio in the first place. Lastly, to describe the situation with as precise and as short as you can.

Please respect the following rules when transmitting across the Radio:

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