Written by Jamie

Elite Trucking's Christmas Car Show Event! 
Published and edited by Mercy Montana, photography by Toni Turner for County Radio on 17th December 2016

  • Over $140,000 in cash prizes were awarded.
  • Cars from all walks of life joined the Elite Trucking Car Show.
  • Crowds enjoyed the live performance and entertainment with over 50 individuals participating.

At 21:00 Saturday evening, Elite Trucking and County Radio welcomed tens upon tens of vehicles from all walks of life to the Elite Trucking headquarters for an event that would rival October's Halloween Music Festival.



Winter is Coming

Written by Meyrick

Winter is coming...

Dear San Andreas,

You probably woke up this morning and saw snow, if you didn't.. Then you probably didn't have your glasses on or were not in San Andreas. Winter is here, and we are prepared. We will be working closely with the Fire Department to ensure that our roads are as safe as possible.

In light snow, we will have our salt trucks out every few hours and every night laying fresh salt on the roads to ensure they don't freeze over. This should work with light snow.

In heavier snow we will have a snow plough out to ensure the snow is moved off the roads, followed by a salt truck when possible to stop it from settling again.

In snow storms, we will have as many vehicles out as possible whilst also having four wheel vehicles with rescue modifications to get you out of the trickiest of situations. 

This winter, like every winter we are prepared - and we will keep Red County moving.

If at any point you need us, call us on 927.

If you have any questions please respond below.

Kind Regards,

Michael Meyrick
Elite Trucking President, Head of Field Services Department.




Head of Bans

Written by Meyrick

Reintroducing 'Head of Bans'

Dear Community,
As the population of the server has increased, so has the workload for administrators. This means more Master Accounts being made, which equals to more applications. More rule breakers, which leads to more complaints and more bans which means more ban appeals.

Currently, the future of a banned player who was banned by a former administrator would be in the hands of a Lead Administrator. This is a system that was working perfectly, but as the appeals rise due to the higher numbers in the server it seemed that the wait for a decision was taking longer, this is the main reason why we are bringing back Head of Bans.

The duties of a Head of Bans is as follows:
  1. To tag the correct Administrator or notify the player is the ban appeal format is incorrect.
  2. To chase up Administrators who are taking too long to answer the ban appeal.
  3. To investigate and initiate an admin vote when needed.
  4. To be a fair and unbiased opinion for Administrators who are unsure on what conclusion to come to.
  5. To assist players with any ban appeal questions they may have.
  6. To investigate and conclude ban appeals for bans who were made by former Administrators.

If you have any questions, feel free to send me a PM, or post on my 'Meet The Staff' topic.

I hope this change will bring more efficiency to the ban appeal system.

Kind regards,
Head of Bans


SASP Employee Newsletter October 2016

Written by Jamie


Dear Employees,

October has been a strenuous month for all ranking brackets of the Department. We've had departures and intakes at Command level, and for non-commissioned brackets street crime is still at an all time high. To counter this is and give everyone the best chance possible, recruitment will continue - and as a Department we will continue to bring in and train new Troopers to put ourselves into a position where we can begin to counter this peak in crime.

Not only have we seen people depart and come in, we have also seen Units be disbanded and news ones be built on the foundations they left behind. Gang Suppression Task Force has left us, and this will be the final incarnation of this Unit, the budget will not be put together to form another one due to the amount of times this unit has been formed and has been abandoned.

Of course curiosity surrounds the new Command Team members so we will explain the new Lieutenants and what they will actually be doing to help improve and stabilise the Department internally and ensure we're putting our best foot forward.

Apologies for last months newsletter, it was a bit short - so we hope you enjoy this full length newsletter.

Thank you for reading,
High Command Team.



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