Written by Giga
PRESS RELEASE #134 - INFORMATION CENTER
There comes a time when being too organized is just not enough. Our fellow High Command introduces to you a new, well-packed information center, including a fine repayment system, an easier weapon licensing system, explorer and ride-along program along with a desk for our recruitment days. These new programs will be run by San Andreas State Police Troopers as well as the Weapons Licensing and Public Affairs subdivisions.
Our new explorer program will help those 'underage (Below 21 years of age) to participate in a fun-packed police experience whilst with a state trooper. They will embark on the quest to visualize what it is to be a police trooper and how to survive on the streets whilst protecting the lives of many others. Also newly introduced is our fine repayment system, allowing all citizens of San Andreas to pay their fines in equal amounts on a weekly basis to decrease the tension on their daily lives, although, this is only available if you have fines totaling over $20,000. More information will be stated about the recruitment days famously known as open houses.
Our current probationary batch for Academy #33 is currently nearing the end with about 7 out of our 17 academy graduates completing their field training exams. Recruitment for the upcoming batch #34 will be opened on April 31st, 2016. We encourage all applicants to await the upcoming date to post their applications. Any eager applicants can always submit a ride-along application to experience the field-work state troopers endure on a daily basis.
The State Police is currently building a civilian program allowing civilians to partake in careers along with the state police, further information will be provided in the upcoming weeks. The Public Affairs Unit is also looking forward to renovating the Montgomery Police Precinct in the upcoming weeks allowing us to best serve the state whilst being in the most popular city.
After consultation with the National Association of Police Organizations, they made us aware that after independent review of the Department, that one of our biggest downfalls is our public systems available on our site. After much Research and Development it was made clear that the lack of an easy to navigate website and public friendly systems was being a massive downfall for the Department.
So after much Research and Development we have the new Information Centre as it is now. It is sleek, efficient and brings the best of the SASP to the public in five simple buttons. It is one of the most easy to use websites around at the minute, and it really does pinpoint where the Department is in regards to modern technology, and pulling the Department forward into 2016.
This is the start of many things that the Department is doing to modernise the San Andreas State Police. We want the best police force for the public, and changes like this is what makes the Department one of the best Law Enforcement Organisations in the United States.
We are also looking to adapt on our Pubic Engagement Initiative very soon, and really work on core foundations at our Department, ensuring it's stability for the long term future.
"To Protect with Courage, To Serve with Compassion."
Commander Mark Cambridge,
High Command Team.
We are looking forward to representing the department with the utmost profession possible. If you have any complaints, please direct them to Internal Affairs. We encourage the public to report any information regarding any crime witnessed, please step forward and either call the State Police hotline, or come in person to the nearest police precinct.
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 911 (Office)
Write: Send your letters to Public Affairs Office, Dillimore Police Department, Dillimore, Red County.
Master Trooper Zachary Rogers
Commander of Public Affairs