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Post by Michael Williams on Tue Apr 22, 2014 4:13 am

LOS SANTOS POLICE DEPARTMENT
''To Protect And Serve''


Los Santos Police Department
"Sebuah lembaga pemerintahan kota Los Santos,yang di atur langsung oleh badan pemerintah kota Los Santos,Los Santos Police Department atau di singkat dengan LSPD,adalah sebuah lembaga yang di utus untuk melindungi dan mengayomi masyarakat dan semua fasilitas umum.LSPD,tidak memandang dari,warna kulit,suku bangsa,dan agama,LSPD melindungi semua masyarakat di kota Los Santos,agar masyarakat di kota Los Santos tidak akan jatuh dalam ketakutan akan kriminalitas.
LSPD To Protect and Serve"

I.Message From Chief Of Police


II.History Of LSPD


III.LSPD Uniform


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I.Message From The Chief Of Police

Post by Michael Williams on Tue Apr 22, 2014 4:16 am





Incumbent Michael Williams

Los Santos Police Department sudah berdiri sejak 1853 melayani masyarakat tanpa pamrih tanpa pandang bulu,mensejahterakan masyarakat sejak dahulu,dengan pelayanan yang sebaik baiknya dari Officer Los Santos Police Deartment.

Departemen ini menjaga dan mengayomi masyarakat tanpa pamrih.LSPD lebih dari 500 Officer,tetap terjaga siang dan malam untuk membantu,mengayomi dan menertibkan masyarakat.

Kami di sini untuk melindungi dan melayani masyarakat,jika ada sesuatu yang dapat kami bantu kami akan membantunya.
Protect the people
Chief Michael Williams




  • Archibald Shickedanz - Feb '01 to Apr '21


  • Michael WIlliams - Apr '22 to Present


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II.History Of LSPD

Post by Michael Williams on Tue Apr 22, 2014 5:28 am



[Left]The history of the Los Santos Police Department is rich and deep, harolding back to the days of cowboys and gold miners. Los Santos became a city in 1850, to the delight of its 1610 citizens. There was no governing body at this time, but this changed

in 1853, when a city marshal was murdered at the hands of a roaming bounty hunter. The Los Santos Rangers (the first organization loosely congruous to a police department) were created after an outpouring of outrage and patriotism from Los Santos' citizens.

The rangers were succeeded by a different organization, dubbed the "Los Santos City Guards". This brought forth an official police uniform, but they were unable to stem the tide of crime and murder. There was around one murder a day, and the Guards' ten officers simply could not keep up. Although lacking efficacy, the Guards prepared more of the foundation for the Los Santos Police Department.
As the city's population grew exponentially - due to the gold rush and end of the Mexican-American war - the fledgling department found itself grossly understaffed. As a result, crime bred like rabbits. Before long, Los Santos was notorious for its high degree of violence, gambling, prostitution, and corruption. It encompassed the whole scale of crime, from street crimes to mafias. This problem was even greater during World War II, when many potential recruits enlisted in the Armed Force.

The department quickly adjusted, greatly increasing recruiting efforts, and bringing crime rates back down. As the department grew, criminals became more clever, becoming more secretive, conniving, and illusive. In response to this, various specialized divisions began to emerge, where officers with specific skill sets would be deployed. By the 1970s the department had a full range of different divisions, from field investigation, to public liaison, to firearms licensing. The fairly recent invention of the helicopter allowed the department to purchase a full fleet of aviation vehicles, to provide eyes in the sky.


In 2011, the Department started off with some administrative reconstruction. 'Divisions' were to operate with at least two units under them were to change the face of departmental operations. The Special Operations Division, Administration Division. Also saw the creation of the Criminal Intelligence Division, spilling and expanding the LSPDs detective presence. To also improve Police Departments presence, the official LSPD's website was launched with all informations of the department, its divisions and what its goals are.
With the expansion of the detective presence, more officers were also needed. In March 2011, the academy 35 had the most graduated officers ever counted in the departments entire history so far. Fifty-two academy students passed and obtained the badge, which made them law enforcement officers in Los Santos. At that time, the department also had the biggest amount of sworn officers ever since its creation in 1869.
The first major test for all these proud officers were the July riots. The 'Los Santos Resistance Movement' started their speeches at public places and convinced people that the Government of thecity had to be removed or renewed. Other organizations jumped into this resistance, which ended up in unlawful protests in Idlewood and then lead to violent riots, mainly in Pershing Square but also in other parts of the city, if not the entire.

Thanks to the massive amount of hardworking officers, the Los Santos Police Department stopped the resistance movement. Following that, the Criminal Intelligence Division, together with the Metropolitan Division, managed to launch a massive blow against the organized crime of Los Santos. At least five organizations, linked to all kinds of different crimes such as narcotics, weapon supply and homicides, were taken down in a short timespan. Operations like these show the true capability of the department and its members.


The turn of 2012 oversaw an instrumental set of changes to the administration of the department. The first was the resignation of the longest serving Chief of Police in Los Santos Police Department history, Kiril Sokolov. Commander Ethan Garner was appointed as his successor before resigning a short period after due to personal reasons. The appointment of current Chief Michael Houston preceded a host of fundamental changes to the organizational structure and day-to-day running of the department.

The previously referred to 'four divisions' were replaced with the creation of five offices and the several existing 'units' were renamed to 'divisions'. The most notable addition at this time was the introduction of the Office of the Chief of Police, encompassing the Department's Internal Affairs and Public Relations Divisions. Shortly after came the birth of the Office of Operations, which splits officers up into five Watches, AM, Day, Mid-PM, PM and Night along with the respective Shifts within each Watch. The introduction of this Office allows for a clearer organizational structure of officers and supervisors when out on patrol. The Offices that already existed during this time were all appointed an Assistant Director, where before mostly only a High Command member would lead the Office.
High Command and Command meetings were classified, up until the point Chief Houston implemented the Police Command Meetings system. This system allows officers to listen in to parts of these meetings, while High Command and Command discuss the issues, suggestions and changes of that month. Officers are allowed to give their input as well and are also allowed to ask questions to the members of High Command and Command, allowing for a more transparent Department for all officers on the force.

The radio and callsign system, which had been used for several years, was completely revamped during this time. In order to provide more information in a small amount of time, the use of office codes was added, as well as changing the name of division callsigns to a non-NATO alphabet. The format was modified to: "Office Number, Division Callsign, Callsign Identity, Message".

Several ranks were renamed to maintain the efficient structure of the Department - Lead Officer was changed to Police Officer III; Staff Sergeant was changed to Sergeant II; Command in Training Staff Sergeant was changed to Sergeant III; and Deputy Chief of Police was changed to Assistant Chief of Police. All rank emblems were also changed accordingly.


As 2013 arrived, further changes in the Department were implemented early on. There were numerous adjustments to the car designations of the Department, both for the Airship of the Department (XRAY to AIR) and Robbery Homicide (which swapped its callsign with the then "Emergency Services Unit", to be phonetically sound with the name of the division). The manual became more refined with the smaller repetitive tasks that the Department carried out on a daily basis, giving very clear step-by-step instructions on how to issue fines, parking tickets and so on.

In March of 2013, the Los Santos Police Department was of a sufficient capacity to introduce stand-alone ranks for Officers who worked in the Office of Criminal Intelligence. As such, the Department introduced four new ranks: Detective I (Equivalent to Senior Lead Officer), Detective II (Sergeant I), Detective III (Sergeant II) and Detective III, CTS (Sergeant III). This was a groundbreaking moment in time for the Department, as for the first time Officers had the option of a career pathway - As an alternative to becoming a field supervisor, Officers could go down the Detective career path, bypassing field supervision entirely. If a Sergeant or any pay-grade was working for a Division therein the Office of Criminal Intelligence, that Sergeant was to pick whether their primary focus was to be on field supervision (in which case they would retain their rank of Sergeant) or Detective work (in which case their rank would change to the corresponding Detective rank). These Officers became a rarity - Officers that had been trained as fully qualified supervisors AND fully qualified Detectives. Today, very few of these Officers still reside within the Department. The only exception to this is members of the Command Team (Lieutenant +) who work for OCI Divisions, either as Detectives or Divisional Commanding Officers. With the introduction of the Detective career path, several other awards were introduced as more opportunities became available, including Qualified Hostage Negotiator awards, Crime Scene Investigator awards and Interviewing awards.


In the mid-point of the year, Jurisdictions between the Police Department, Sheriffs Department and Department of Corrections were clarified, showing that LSPD had priority over the Los Santos City (with the exception of Interstates), The Sheriffs Department took the remaining two Cities and the Los Santos Interstates, and the Department of Corrections retained their correctional facility.

During the summer of 2013, the introduction of the Records Desk was an opportunity for both members of the Public and Companies to check criminal records, allowing members of the public to attach their Criminal Record to their CV, and Companies to check up on applicants to their organisation.

In September 2013, Michael G Houston stepped down as the Chief of Police and appointed Andre Mitchell to be his replacement. Michael G Houston was issued a honourary badge number (001) for his commendable services to the Department.

In October, Less-Than-Lethal Shotgun rounds (or beanbag rounds) were purchased by the Los Santos Police Department, and initially could be used by Senior Lead Officers and below. This restriction has since been dropped to the rank of Police Officer II.
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III.LSPD Uniform

Post by Michael Williams on Tue Apr 29, 2014 1:08 pm



• Sunglasses (optional) - appropriate and in contrast with rest of uniform.
• Police issued badge - cleaned and polished.
• Officer name plate (optional) - cleaned and polished.
• Black male/female field jacket (optional) - cleaned and pressed.
• Black male/female duty shirt - cleaned and pressed.
• Black or white T-shirt - cleaned and ironed.
• Black utility belt - cleaned.
• Black duty male/female trousers - cleaned and pressed.
• Black or white socks - washed.
• Black laced footwear (boots or shoes) - cleaned and polished.

The Los Santos Police Department's Standard Duty Uniform is worn by every police officer in the Department, from the Chief of Police attending a press conference, a Sergeant working a desk, or a Traffic Officer writing a ticket, the tainted navy blue uniform used by the LSPD is well-known around the world and is one of a kind. Paramount to the rest of the uniform, the police badge worn on the left side is distinguished from any other Department in the United States.


• White flight helmet - cleaned.
• Police issued badge - cleaned and polished.
• Officer name plate (optional) - cleaned and polished.
• Green one piece flight suit - cleaned.
• Black utility belt - cleaned.
• Black or white socks - washed.
• Black laced boots - cleaned and polished.

The Los Santos Police Department's Air Support Division, operating under the Office of Special Operations, requires pilots to wear a uniform that is unique to any other in the Department. The lawn green one-piece flight suit has become iconic to the LSPD and provides attire that pilots can be proud of. In addition to pilots, Tactical Flight Officers are also required to wear flight suits whilst on-duty and in the skies. These uniforms are fire-resistant and waterproof, ensuring maximum safety for the air crew without sacrificing comfort and maneuverability.


• White motorcycle helmet - cleaned.
• Sunglasses (optional) - appropriate and in contrast with rest of uniform.
• Police issued badge - cleaned and polished.
• Officer name plate (optional) - cleaned and polished.
• Black male leather field jacket - cleaned and pressed.
• Black male/female duty shirt - cleaned and pressed.
• Black or white T-shirt - cleaned and ironed.
• Black utility belt - cleaned.
• Black leather motorcycle trousers - cleaned and pressed.
• Black or white socks - washed.
• Black laced motorcycle boots - cleaned and polished.

The Department's Traffic Division is tasked with using the department-issued R1200 motorcycles for regular patrol. In accordance with safety policy, and as police motorcycles with all the on-board equipment can weight over half a tonne easily, protective wear is mandatory requirement for any officer patrolling on a motorcycle. This consists of a black two-piece padded leather suit, with the usual accessories and editions of a standard uniform such as a sidearm holster, badge, and name plate.


• Black ballistic helmet - cleaned and polished.
• Black ballistic eye wear/goggles - cleaned.
• Full face gas mask (optional) - cleaned and checked.
• Heavy black ballistic body armor (incl. shoulder and groin) - cleaned.
• Dark blue flame resistant uniform - cleaned.
• Black rectangular ballistic shield - cleaned and polished.
• Black tactical gloves - cleaned.
• Black ballistic knee and shin guards - cleaned.
• Black tactical waterproof boots- cleaned.

The Los Santos Police Departments S.W.A.T. Division is the most elite tactical division of the Los Santos Police Department. It deals with high risk situations such as bank robberies, hostage situations and high risk breaches. The equipment S.W.A.T uses is especially made for these situations. Their uniform is fire resistant, covering it is the heavy body armor which is made in a way so officers are protected but can maintain their agility and move around properly. Tactical gloves are for additional protection while discharging firearms and conducting searches. The knee and shin guards are for protection during breaches or when an officer has to move around in tight spaces.


Los Santos Police Department detectives usually wear what's classed as informal attire whilst on duty; They do not wear the standard LSPD uniform. Though a detective might wear more casual clothes whilst on covert operations, depending on the circumstances or case relevance, for example gang attire if investigating a gang concerned casefile.

A detective always carries his badge and gun with him, though obviously only worn visible when not occupied with covert operations; whilst on covert operations the badge could be located in the wallet or be hung on a chain beneath the shirt the officer is wearing to conceal his identify.
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IV.LSPD Command Staff

Post by Michael Williams on Tue Apr 29, 2014 1:18 pm




Chief of Police Michael Chris Williams


Commander Henry Blackburn
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