I'm glad you brought this up! I feel like I'm often short changing your group (which is giving me amazing and unique non-violent roleplay experiences and a long-term case to work on, exactly what I've been looking for). I'm always excited to respond to your calls but usually end up having to leave for violent emergency calls. I brought it up with with members of senior pd who have let us know that we do not need to take every call or rush through the call we have to get to others. However, we still need to be available to assist in pursuits, armed robberies or anything where another officer is requesting backup. Additionally, I've been wanting to bring you down for a voluntary interrogation at MRPD but again, other crims end up getting priority because they have a right to a lawyer and there is minimal space for conversation.
One possible helpful tool would be a separate and longer lasting police file where other officers can see information that has been collected on active cases; if I log off and there is no one else on duty, there's no way to pass on the information, or receive information from cops who had taken previous 911 calls from your group.
Another point would be that in a lot of ways, our Sops are designed for catching people who usually don't want to be caught, and that evidence from the more creative rp crimes can be difficult to collect without certain tools.
I'm not sure what the solution is but I just wanted to put out there that I'm appreciating what you, Flori, Victor, and Mr. Joe Hall are doing, thanks for giving me my favourite pd experiences so far, and I hope other groups get inspired to try something like it, or that I run into more groups who already are bringing that story-based long-term rp without shooting at every scene.