WHAT ARE ROLES IN LCPDRP?
Roles in LCPDRP are what officers can be apart of and sign up for. here are all the listed divisions you can be apart of within LCPDRP.
The Liberty City Police Department (LCPD)
The Liberty City Police department is the backbone of LCPDRP, and is the main Unit of the Clan, The LCPD motto is we see it all, we know it all. the LCPD job is to protect and serve the citizens of Liberty City and eradicate crime from it. Covering 5 burrows Algonquin, Broker, Bohan, Dukes, Alderney LCPD Officers will incounter the following of many scenarios during patrols,
- Traffic Stops
And many more.
LCPD Officers and known by their LCPD Cruisers and Gray Uniforms, Everyone is automatically assigned to the LCPD At the rank of Patrol Officer and cannot leave the unit for another one.
LCPDRP Supervisors are the enforcers of the LCPDRP Rules and guidlines, Supervisors are incharge of the whole police side of the patrol and they'll usually be 2 at a time, they also still have the sam functionality as normal cops, which means they can do traffic stops and respond to calls. if a Officer does something they're not supposed to do during a patrol Supervisors will handle them, also if a officer screws up a situation or forgets what he's doing supervisors will make sure they do,
Supervisors can be seen wearing a slightly different variation of the LCPD uniform while driving white NOOSE Cruisers with LED Lightbars. in order to become a Supervisor you must be a sergeant major and know 75% of LCPDRP Rules and policies.
Emergency Service Unit (E.S.U)
The E.S.U. Unit (Emergency Service Unit) is an elite team of officers that are trained to perform high risk operations that normal/regular officers can not preform. Situations include suicide attempts, bank robberies, hostage situations, and shootouts. To make this position as safe as possible, E.S.U. members will carrier automatic weapons, such as the Glock 19, MP5K, and M4A1, to protect themselves in high risk situations and securing citizen safety.
Some duties/situations E.S.U. members may encounter:
Must be Senior Patrol Officer or higher to apply for E.S.U
Tactical Air Unit (T.A.U)
The Tactical Air Unit (also called the Tactical Aviation Unit) provides support to patrol officers to improve the safety of our citizens by taking flight in a helicopter during patrols. T.A.U. operates an aircraft for traffic control, ground support, search and rescue, high-speed car pursuits, observation, air patrol and control of large-scale public events and/or public order incidents. This tactical advantage of being in the air allows the police department to enhance their intelligence and operations on various situations. During a vehicle pursuit, T.A.U. can immobilize and engage in the pursuit. By having areal view of the pursuit, patrol officers can can back off from the suspect to a safer distance. T.A.U. is also put into use during E.S.U. situations. Transporting and landing E.S.U. personnel in high risk situations exemplify T.A.U.'s use in clan operations. Members who operate under this division are given specified training and instructions in operating aircraft vehicles while in clan related events.
In order to join the Tactical Air Unit you must be a Sergeant or higher.
Liberty City Sheriffs Department (L.C.S.D)
State Police (NYSP) (ASP)
Fire Department (FDLC)
-Within LCPDRP the Division of Fire allows clan members to enhance their experience on fire operations and tactics will attending clan related events. The Fire Division is an operational division, performing and executing their divisional procedures during clan operations (patrols). This division establishes the clan's fire department, acting as the FDLC on fire department situations. Fire Division members will perform their delegated fire techniques on various fire department scenarios, such as vehicle fires, structure fires, vehicle accidents, medical assists, and gas leaks. With the various fire apparatuses GTA IV provides, All Fire Division members are provided explicit and sophisticated training in utilizing their vehicles and handling fire situations. This division is lead by an appointed Fire Chief who oversee's and manages the division's policies and operations. The Current Fire Chief is RTFDTomcat59
To join the FD you must be a Corporal
Liberty City Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
Located within the Fire Division, EMS is a sub-division (a unit) and is a type of emergency service dedicated to providing out-of-hospital medical care, transport to definitive care, and other medical transport to patients with illnesses and injuries which prevent the patient from transporting themselves. The goal for this unit is to either provide treatment to those in need of urgent medical care, with the goal of satisfactorily treating the presenting conditions, or arranging for timely removal of the patient to the next point of definitive care. EMS personnel will operate the EMS ambulance vehicle while in clan related events.
To join EMS you must be a Senior Patrol Officer