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Dashfere

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  1. @Leeroy DenkinsWould you mind referencing what would need to be done or links to sites etc explaining?
  2. So I saw this from someone playing the GTA police simulator mod thing. I thought it would be a really neat addition, something to add immersion and a bit of realism. https://www.lcpdfr.com/files/file/23386-lspd-police-badge/ Was the only mod link I could find.
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    LSPD Interviews

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    LSPD Recruitment Interviews - Interviews typically last 15-30 minutes. Message Lt. Dash Wolfe prior to the interview date to schedule a slot.
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    LSPD Interviews

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    LSPD Recruitment Interviews - Interviews typically last 15-30 minutes. Message Lt. Dash Wolfe prior to interview date to schedule a slot.
  5. ALL RANKS ARE WELCOME - Recruits especially. Corporals/FTS will be assigned to coach recruits so please make yourselves available to help. Group Lead positions have been filled. Schedule: - At Sandy Shores airport hangar, we will do a demonstration with some heavier class vehicles. Weaknesses/Strengths etc. We will cover: • How to assess the situation and organise your backup to succesfully bring the chase to a close. • How to know when to step up the use of force against the vehicle. Spikestrips Vs Shooting tires. • How to communicate with each other when faced with a vehicle of this calibre and keep each other safe.Depending on the turn out we will have two teams and will be using the highways to practice these pursuits and train you in tactics used to safely conduct yourselves during these situations. Positions for the driving as civilians will be most likely given to Seniors/Staff to keep the training focused.
  6. YAS to all of these subjects. I have a few of my own but naturally most of them seem to drift towards interactions with Police. - Allowing a conversation to develop before immediately snapping to aggressive, hostile mannerisms towards the police. Let yourself develop a reputation or some form of story-line with the cops before defaulting to the age old 'Fuck the pigs.' Where we are ready to deal with some hostilities naturally, there seems to be a significant portion of the population who just make life hell for people RPing as cops for little to no reason.. Sadly some are PD members themselves. I'd love to have some meaningful story-lines with some of the criminals/criminal factions within the city but we all need to have the patience to allow that to happen instead of resorting to senseless hostility and violence right from the start. - OVERKILL - Not emptying a clip into someone to ensure they are incapacitated. I have been shot once or twice and tried to RP the injury by spluttering and limping etc but the other party just lays into me to 'down' me. I'd love to see some form of 'deterioration' with injury mechanics. Bleeding out, dizzy spells, loss of vision etc. To promote prolonging the RP encounter instead of just 'downing' someone and 'winning'. - Like Serena said with the mixing IC and OOC, I'd like to see people embrace new characters that other people quite often take a lot of time and care in crafting and bringing into the city for entertainment. There is very much an 'Us and Them' mentality that quite often leads to newer characters being shunned or abused for no good reason. Some of these characters may be controversial or 'annoying' to other people but they are characters none the less and RPing as something that is naturally going to attract negativity can be very draining when faced with mindless and over the top aggression or abuse. Adding to this point also, I believe that a fair few people seem to take aggression/animosity that they feel towards one of a persons characters and apply it to another completely different character. And this is incredibly unfair and unreasonable. I spend time in the cities that Badlands provides to roleplay a multitude of different characters, some serious, some silly, some old and some from out of this world but at the end of the day I'm here for fun, I'm here to hopefully provide some entertainment and laughter to the community of Badlands and hope that you are all here for that reason somewhere deep down also.
  7. ALL RANKS ARE WELCOME - Recruits especially. Corporals/FTS will be assigned to coach recruits so please attend. FTS+ - If you are interested in a group lead role, please contact any Sergeant atleast 3 days in advance. Schedule: -Pit training and practiceTraining for follow up after a successful pitRolling barricade training and practiceScene management using vehicles (blocking roads/highways until the wreckage's are cleared and it is safe to re-open)Depending on attending members experience we may move to live action chases to simulate what we will encounter on the streets of LS.
  8. Looks like making two squads could be a thing. One for PVP and one for PvE casuals!
  9. @StorrentYou have to be actively playing in the server to interact with people. I enjoy the server events but maybe gear the events to be IC and more meet and greet, with a little more ahead of time notice that they are happening.
  10. I'm interested! Either a healer or a hunter!
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    Scene Control Tactics

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    This training is being provided to enhance and improve Officers conduct and tactics in stressful/populated scenes. By providing new/different techniques we hope to de-escalate situations and resolve potentially hostile situations by controlling the scene using the tools we have at our disposal. Overseen by Sgt Dash Wolfe and Sgt Jordan Salsberg. Hosted by Corporal Tristan Holmes and FTS Jacob Santiago. Please DM Tristan if you would like to assist with some of the scenes.
  12. Pit Maneuver and Rolling Barricade training - Hosted by SGT Mike Sully! ALL RANKS ARE WELCOME - Recruits especially. Doughnuts provided. Maybe. Schedule: - Pit training and practice Training for follow up after a successful pit Rolling barricade training and practice Scene management using vehicles (blocking roads/highways until the wreckage's are cleared and it is safe to re-open) Depending on attending members experience we may move to live action chases to simulate what we will encounter on the streets of LS.
  13. Let me reiterate as I don't think I mentioned it in the original post, but I do not want the CFR rank to be able to resuscitate/reanimate on scene. Purely providing medical treatment /field treatment. Transport to the nearest medical facility etc.
  14. I have an idea for the Police department to be able to assist with civilians who are in need of medical care (when EMS are unavailable) and it goes a little something like this: Many police officers and firefighters are required to receive training as 'certified first responders'. Advanced medical care is typically provided by EMS, although some police officers and firefighters also train to become emergency medical technicians or paramedics. A certified first responder (Also called an Emergency Medical Responder, Emergency First Responder, Medical First Responder, or First Responder) is a person who has completed a course and received certification in providing pre-hospital care for medical emergencies. Certified individuals should have received much more instruction than someone who is trained in basic first aid but they are not necessarily a substitute for more advanced emergency medical care rendered by emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and paramedics. First responders typically provide advanced first aid level care, CPR, and automated external defibrillator (AED) usage. My thoughts regarding this involve interested Police Officers training through the LSFD to become medically trained So Police officers who have trained through LSFD to become an EMS would be able to provide on scene medical care in the following ways when no EMS are available: - Field Treatment - CPR - Moving the patients on scene. (Hostile or not) - Transport to the nearest medical facility When EMS are available the medically trained Officers would refer medical cases to the appropriate faction but would be available to assist if the need arose. LSFD 911 calls would still not come through to LSPD on duty (something to be adjusted accordingly, not sure if there is a way to split them IF a CFR was on duty or not *shrug!*) I believe this would help alleviate the lack of medical roleplay options when EMS personnel are not around and would allow Officers to have an option to not walk away from injured civilians who were victims of circumstance or crime, as personally I find it breaks my immersion as a PO. Dash would not leave someone dying on the floor if she had the capabilities to help. It would also let the few officers who are in LSFD and LSPD represent BOTH factions. Please keep replies and thoughts as close to this topic as possible regarding the idea of this CFR (Certified First Responder) position (Also Jordan had some input)
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