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Each is overseen by at least one [[Police_Ranks_and_Structure#Deputy_Chief_Constable_(DCC)|Deputy Chief Constable]] and [[Police_Ranks_and_Structure#Assistant_Chief_Constable_(ACC)|Assistant Chief Constable]], the Altis Police Services management comprises of two main structures, [[Police Ranks and Structure#Gold Command|Police Command]] (officers of the ranks [[Police_Ranks_and_Structure#Chief_Constable_(CC)|Chief Constable]], [[Police_Ranks_and_Structure#Deputy_Chief_Constable_(DCC)|Deputy Chief Constable]] and [[Police_Ranks_and_Structure#Assistant_Chief_Constable_(ACC)|Assistant Chief Constable]]), and the [[Police Board]] which is a larger, and intentionally representative group of Police officers, holding senior positions in both [[:category:Constabularies|Constabularies]], [[:category:Specialist Units|Specialist Units]] or as [[Constabulary Representative|Constabulary Representatives]].
 
Each is overseen by at least one [[Police_Ranks_and_Structure#Deputy_Chief_Constable_(DCC)|Deputy Chief Constable]] and [[Police_Ranks_and_Structure#Assistant_Chief_Constable_(ACC)|Assistant Chief Constable]], the Altis Police Services management comprises of two main structures, [[Police Ranks and Structure#Gold Command|Police Command]] (officers of the ranks [[Police_Ranks_and_Structure#Chief_Constable_(CC)|Chief Constable]], [[Police_Ranks_and_Structure#Deputy_Chief_Constable_(DCC)|Deputy Chief Constable]] and [[Police_Ranks_and_Structure#Assistant_Chief_Constable_(ACC)|Assistant Chief Constable]]), and the [[Police Board]] which is a larger, and intentionally representative group of Police officers, holding senior positions in both [[:category:Constabularies|Constabularies]], [[:category:Specialist Units|Specialist Units]] or as [[Constabulary Representative|Constabulary Representatives]].
  
[[Police_Ranks_and_Structure#Deputy_Chief_Constable_(DCC)|Deputy Chief Constable]] and [[Police_Ranks_and_Structure#Assistant_Chief_Constable_(ACC)|Assistant Chief Constable]] work alongside the four [[Police_Ranks_and_Structure#Chief_Constable_(CC)|Chief Constable]] in [[Police_Ranks_and_Structure#Gold_Command|Police Command]], which structure is as follows:
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[[Police_Ranks_and_Structure#Deputy_Chief_Constable_(DCC)|Deputy Chief Constable]] and [[Police_Ranks_and_Structure#Assistant_Chief_Constable_(ACC)|Assistant Chief Constable]] work alongside the three [[Police_Ranks_and_Structure#Chief_Constable_(CC)|Chief Constable]] in [[Police_Ranks_and_Structure#Gold_Command|Police Command]], which structure is as follows:
 
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The force headquarters is located at [[Kavala]] Police Station in the [[Kavala]] Bay area.
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The force headquarter is located at [[Kavala]] Police Station in the [[Kavala]] Bay area.
  
 
===Specialist Operations===
 
===Specialist Operations===
  
 
*[[Armed Response]] (AR) – Responsible for providing armed response and support across the whole of Altis, Armed Response travel in ARVs (Armed Response Vehicles) responding to calls involving firearms, weapons and gangs, which may put a other officers at significant risk. Armed Response is an amalgamation of officers with a higher level of firearms proficiency.
 
*[[Armed Response]] (AR) – Responsible for providing armed response and support across the whole of Altis, Armed Response travel in ARVs (Armed Response Vehicles) responding to calls involving firearms, weapons and gangs, which may put a other officers at significant risk. Armed Response is an amalgamation of officers with a higher level of firearms proficiency.
*[[Specialist Protection Group]] (SPG)  – Provides personal armed protection for the Royal family, Prime Minister ([[Mayor]]) and other ministers, ambassadors, visiting heads of state and other Very Important Persons (VIP's). The Specialist Protection Group is responsible for providing armed officers that guard important locations such as Her Majesty's Treasury, 10 Kavala Street and the RBA Treasury. They are responsible for escorting all the aforementioned people and occasionally are involved in prisoner transport. They use vehicles to halt traffic, and use armed cars at the rear of the escort for armed assistance and traffic control. Once the escort has passed, the roads are immediately opened. All SEG officers are armed.
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*[[Specialist Protection Group]] (SPG)  – Provides personal armed protection for the Royal family, Prime Minister ([[Mayor]]) and other ministers, ambassadors, visiting heads of state and other Very Important Persons (VIPs). The Specialist Protection Group is responsible for providing armed officers that guard important locations such as Her Majesty's Treasury, 10 Kavala Street and the RBA Treasury. They are responsible for escorting all the aforementioned people and are occasionally involved in prisoner transport. They use vehicles to halt traffic, and use armed cars at the rear of the escort for armed assistance and traffic control. Once the escort has passed, the roads are immediately opened. All SEG officers are armed.
*[[National Police Air Service]] (NPAS) –  Provides centralised air support to the Altis Police Service, based from [[Kavala]] Police Station and the [[National Police Air Service]] Headquarters located beside the [[Altis International Airport]].
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*[[National Police Air Service]] (NPAS) –  Provides centralised air support to the Altis Police Service, based from [[Kavala]] Police Station and the [[National Police Air Service]] Headquarters located beside the [[Altis International Airport]]
 
*[[Marine Policing Unit]] (MPU) – Responsible for policing the Altis coastline and surrounding waters. They utilise a specialised fleet of watercraft to perform maritime operations, based at [[Kavala]] Police Station and the Marine Policing Unit Headquarters located beside the [[Altis International Airport]].
 
*[[Marine Policing Unit]] (MPU) – Responsible for policing the Altis coastline and surrounding waters. They utilise a specialised fleet of watercraft to perform maritime operations, based at [[Kavala]] Police Station and the Marine Policing Unit Headquarters located beside the [[Altis International Airport]].
  
 
===Multi-agency Operations===
 
===Multi-agency Operations===
  
*[[National Crime Agency]] (NCA) – Replacing the Narcotics Infringement Unit (NIU), It also assumed a number of responsibilities of other law enforcement agencies and. It is the [[Altis]]' lead agency against organised crime, involving drugs, firearms and gangs through partnership working with [[:category:Constabularies|constabularies]] and other [[:category:Specialist Units|specialist units]].
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*[[National Crime Agency]] (NCA) – Replacing the Narcotics Infringement Unit (NIU), It also assumed a number of responsibilities of other law enforcement agencies and it is [[Altis]]' lead agency against organised crime, involving drugs, firearms and gangs. Often in partnerships with [[:category:Constabularies|constabularies]] and other [[:category:Specialist Units|specialist units]].
 
*[[SPECTRE|SPECTRE]] – The Security Service, also known as SPECTRE (previously "SPECTRE"), is the United Kingdom's (and [[Altis]]') domestic counter-intelligence and security agency working within the Altis Police Service. SPECTRE is directed by [[Police Ranks and Structure#Gold Command|Police Command]], and the service is bound by the Security Service Act 1989. SPECTRE is directed to protect British parliamentary democracy and economic interests, and counter terrorism and espionage within the UK & [[Altis]].
 
*[[SPECTRE|SPECTRE]] – The Security Service, also known as SPECTRE (previously "SPECTRE"), is the United Kingdom's (and [[Altis]]') domestic counter-intelligence and security agency working within the Altis Police Service. SPECTRE is directed by [[Police Ranks and Structure#Gold Command|Police Command]], and the service is bound by the Security Service Act 1989. SPECTRE is directed to protect British parliamentary democracy and economic interests, and counter terrorism and espionage within the UK & [[Altis]].
  
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The Altis Police Service uses the standard British Police [[Police Ranks and Structure|ranks]], indicated by shoulder boards (epaulettes), up to [[Police Ranks and Structure#Chied Constable (CC)|Chief Constable]].
 
The Altis Police Service uses the standard British Police [[Police Ranks and Structure|ranks]], indicated by shoulder boards (epaulettes), up to [[Police Ranks and Structure#Chied Constable (CC)|Chief Constable]].
  
Following controversy over various Police Complaints where officers refused to identify themselves by name and a statement by CC [[User:Tadworth|Tadworth]] in early 2016 that "the public has a right to be able to identify any uniformed officer whilst performing their duty", collar numbers were introduced, which are allocated individually to each officer, who must tell you their collar number except from in a small amount of specific circumstances. Every officer (except those that are masked or plain clothed) is required to display their collar number at all times.
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Following controversy over various Police Complaints where officers refused to identify themselves by name, and a statement by CC [[User:Tadworth|Tadworth]] in early 2016 that "the public has a right to be able to identify any uniformed officer whilst performing their duty", collar numbers were introduced. They are allocated individually to each officer, who must tell you their collar number except in a small amount of specific circumstances. Every officer (except those that are masked or plain clothed) is required to display their collar number at all times.
  
 
[[Police Ranks and Structure#Junior Ranks and Trainees|Junior Ranks and Trainees]]:
 
[[Police Ranks and Structure#Junior Ranks and Trainees|Junior Ranks and Trainees]]:
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| colspan="12" |For a comparison of these ranks with other British police forces see [[wikipedia:Police_ranks_of_the_United_Kingdom|Police Ranks of the United Kingdom]]
 
| colspan="12" |For a comparison of these ranks with other British police forces see [[wikipedia:Police_ranks_of_the_United_Kingdom|Police Ranks of the United Kingdom]]
 
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Police officers are paid according to a uniform pay scale, which increases with each promotion, starting at £18,310 for PCSO's up to £69,247 for CC's.
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Police officers are paid according to a uniform pay scale, which increases with each promotion, starting at £18,310 for PCSOs up to £69,247 for CCs.
  
==Joining the Police Force==
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==Joining the Police Service==
 
In order to join, aspiring recruits have to fill out the official [https://www.roleplay.co.uk/forms/5-altis-police-application/ Police Application Form] on the government website and, once received, applications will be reviewed by the [[Police Recruitment Team]].  
 
In order to join, aspiring recruits have to fill out the official [https://www.roleplay.co.uk/forms/5-altis-police-application/ Police Application Form] on the government website and, once received, applications will be reviewed by the [[Police Recruitment Team]].  
  
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The Altis Police Service operates and maintains a fleet of various types of vehicles which are used for a range of duties, these include:
 
The Altis Police Service operates and maintains a fleet of various types of vehicles which are used for a range of duties, these include:
  
*'''Area Cars:''' used for patrolling a particular district, for 999 emergency response, these vehicles are driven by [[Police Ranks and Structure#Bronze Command|Bronze]] and [[Police Ranks and Structure#Silver Command|Silver Command]].
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*'''Area Cars:''' used for patrolling a particular district, and for 999 emergency response, these vehicles are driven by [[Police Ranks and Structure#Bronze Command|Bronze]] and [[Police Ranks and Structure#Silver Command|Silver Command]].
 
*'''Incident Response Vehicles (IRV) or Response Cars:''' used for patrol and 999 emergency response
 
*'''Incident Response Vehicles (IRV) or Response Cars:''' used for patrol and 999 emergency response
 
*'''Armed Response Vehicles (ARV)''': used by Armed Response to transport their Authorised Firearms Officers, SFOs and CTSFOs to incidents.
 
*'''Armed Response Vehicles (ARV)''': used by Armed Response to transport their Authorised Firearms Officers, SFOs and CTSFOs to incidents.

Revision as of 01:59, 13 December 2019

Altis Police Service
APS Logo.png
Abbreviation APS
Agency overview
Formed 14th Febuary 2014
Employees 200+ in total
150+ Police officers
~30 PCSOs
Legal personality Police force
Jurisdictional structure
Operations
jurisdiction
Altis
Arma3-terrain-altis-sat.png
Map of the Police area
Size 270km2 (104 sq mi)
Population 54,586
Jurisdictional structure
Overviewed by
Headquarters Kavala Police Station
Agency executives
Facilities
Stations 3
Specialised
buildings
4
Website
Altis Police Service

The Altis Police Service (APS), formerly known as the Altis Police Constabulary (APC) is the territorial police force responsible for law enforcement on Altis, covering an area of 270 km2 with around 230 officers.

Operational structure

The Altis Police Service is organised into the following directorates:

Police Command

Each is overseen by at least one Deputy Chief Constable and Assistant Chief Constable, the Altis Police Services management comprises of two main structures, Police Command (officers of the ranks Chief Constable, Deputy Chief Constable and Assistant Chief Constable), and the Police Board which is a larger, and intentionally representative group of Police officers, holding senior positions in both Constabularies, Specialist Units or as Constabulary Representatives.

Deputy Chief Constable and Assistant Chief Constable work alongside the three Chief Constable in Police Command, which structure is as follows:

Chief Constable
Operational Oversight CC Tadworth
CC mryan19
CC Gordon
Deputy Chief Constable Assistant Chief Constable
Frontline Policing DCC Gremlin ACC Deathstroke<Template Missing Role>
Specialist Operations DCC Greenhalgh ACC Nomad
Multi-agency Operations TBA TBA

Frontline Policing

For operational purposes, the Altis Police Service is divided into five geographical divisions known within the force as "constabularies". These mainly represent the main population centres on Altis, (being Kavala, Agios and Athira) however some constabularies also serve specialist roles, being the Road Traffic Unit and Police Academy.

The five existing divisions with their divisional identifiers and their divisional commander are as follows:

Identifier District Partnership Working Areas District Commander District HQ
KV City of Kavala "The Square Mile" (Kavala City Centre) CSI LastNickLeft Kavala Police Station
WA West Altis Towns and Cities to the West of Agios (including Agios) <Template Missing Role> Agios Police Station
EA East Altis Towns and Cities to the East of Agios (not including Agios) <Template Missing Role> Athira Police Station
RT Road Traffic Unit The Motorways of Altis CSI Shuttle Dependent on operational requirements
AC Police Academy Responsible for training officers CSI TBA Affected by location of trainees

The force headquarter is located at Kavala Police Station in the Kavala Bay area.

Specialist Operations

  • Armed Response (AR) – Responsible for providing armed response and support across the whole of Altis, Armed Response travel in ARVs (Armed Response Vehicles) responding to calls involving firearms, weapons and gangs, which may put a other officers at significant risk. Armed Response is an amalgamation of officers with a higher level of firearms proficiency.
  • Specialist Protection Group (SPG) – Provides personal armed protection for the Royal family, Prime Minister (Mayor) and other ministers, ambassadors, visiting heads of state and other Very Important Persons (VIPs). The Specialist Protection Group is responsible for providing armed officers that guard important locations such as Her Majesty's Treasury, 10 Kavala Street and the RBA Treasury. They are responsible for escorting all the aforementioned people and are occasionally involved in prisoner transport. They use vehicles to halt traffic, and use armed cars at the rear of the escort for armed assistance and traffic control. Once the escort has passed, the roads are immediately opened. All SEG officers are armed.
  • National Police Air Service (NPAS) – Provides centralised air support to the Altis Police Service, based from Kavala Police Station and the National Police Air Service Headquarters located beside the Altis International Airport
  • Marine Policing Unit (MPU) – Responsible for policing the Altis coastline and surrounding waters. They utilise a specialised fleet of watercraft to perform maritime operations, based at Kavala Police Station and the Marine Policing Unit Headquarters located beside the Altis International Airport.

Multi-agency Operations

  • National Crime Agency (NCA) – Replacing the Narcotics Infringement Unit (NIU), It also assumed a number of responsibilities of other law enforcement agencies and it is Altis' lead agency against organised crime, involving drugs, firearms and gangs. Often in partnerships with constabularies and other specialist units.
  • SPECTRE – The Security Service, also known as SPECTRE (previously "SPECTRE"), is the United Kingdom's (and Altis') domestic counter-intelligence and security agency working within the Altis Police Service. SPECTRE is directed by Police Command, and the service is bound by the Security Service Act 1989. SPECTRE is directed to protect British parliamentary democracy and economic interests, and counter terrorism and espionage within the UK & Altis.

Ranks

The Altis Police Service uses the standard British Police ranks, indicated by shoulder boards (epaulettes), up to Chief Constable.

Following controversy over various Police Complaints where officers refused to identify themselves by name, and a statement by CC Tadworth in early 2016 that "the public has a right to be able to identify any uniformed officer whilst performing their duty", collar numbers were introduced. They are allocated individually to each officer, who must tell you their collar number except in a small amount of specific circumstances. Every officer (except those that are masked or plain clothed) is required to display their collar number at all times.

Junior Ranks and Trainees:

  • Police Community Support Officer (PCSO): The rank assigned to all newly recruited officers, displayed by a blue epaulette with "PCSO" written on it.
  • Probationary Police Constable (Prob. PC): "PC" written on the epaulette with "Police Constable", name and collar number also displayed.
  • Police Constable (PC): "PC" Written on the epaulette with "Police Constable", name and collar number also displayed. Note that any officer above Police Constable has passed all their initial training as provided by the Police Academy and therefore at this point officers become entirely responsible for their own decision making in relation to the National Decision Model (NDM)

Bronze Command:

  • Sergeant (SGT): Three pointing-down chevrons above the divisional call sign and shoulder number, officers above this rank may have additional powers to authorise specific actions.
  • Inspector (INS): Two Order of the Bath stars, informally known as "pips".
  • Chief Inspector (CI): Three pips.

Silver Command:

  • Superintendent (SI): Single crown, this is the first Constabulary Command rank.
  • Chief Superintendent (CSI): Single crown over one pip.

Gold Command:

  • Assistant Chief Constable (ACC): Crossed tipstaves in a bayleaf wreath, this is the first Police Command rank.
  • Deputy Chief Constable (DCC): One pip over Assistant Chief Constable's badge.
  • Chief Constable (CC): Crown over Commander's badge.
Altis Police Service Ranks
Training Ranks Police Officers Bronze Command (Constabulary Seniors) Silver Command (Constabulary Command) Gold Command (Police Command)
Police Community Support Officer Probationary Police Constable Police Constable Sergeant Inspector Chief Inspector Superintendent Chief Superintendent Assistant Chief Constable Deputy Chief Constable Chief Constable
Epaulette
Police Community Support Officer Epaulette.png
Police Constable Epaullete.png
Police Constable Epaullete.png
Sergeant Epaulette.png
Inspector Epaulette.png
Chief Inspector Epaulette.png
Superintendent Epaulette.png
Assistant Chief Constable Epaulette .png
Deputy Chief Constable Epaulette.png
Chief Constable Epaulette.png
Pay Packet £18,099 £18,970 £20,297 £20,297 £22,176 £24,703 £27,974 £32,085 £37,132 £43,211 £50,418
For a comparison of these ranks with other British police forces see Police Ranks of the United Kingdom

Police officers are paid according to a uniform pay scale, which increases with each promotion, starting at £18,310 for PCSOs up to £69,247 for CCs.

Joining the Police Service

In order to join, aspiring recruits have to fill out the official Police Application Form on the government website and, once received, applications will be reviewed by the Police Recruitment Team.

It's also possible for ex-members to rejoin the force by approaching one of the senior members of the Recruitment Team.

Resources

Fleet

The Altis Police Service operates and maintains a fleet of various types of vehicles which are used for a range of duties, these include:

  • Area Cars: used for patrolling a particular district, and for 999 emergency response, these vehicles are driven by Bronze and Silver Command.
  • Incident Response Vehicles (IRV) or Response Cars: used for patrol and 999 emergency response
  • Armed Response Vehicles (ARV): used by Armed Response to transport their Authorised Firearms Officers, SFOs and CTSFOs to incidents.
  • Traffic Pursuit Vehicles: Used by the Road Traffic Unit to enforce Road Traffic Rules and pursue those who attempt to escape via the roads.

Vehicles

All vehicles listed are used as marked Incident Response Vehicles (IRV) or Armed Response Vehicles (ARV) by the Altis Police.

Incident Response Vehicles (IRV) or Response Cars - (used by Constabularies):

Armed Response Vehicles (ARV) - (used by Armed Response and National Crime Agency):

Aircraft - (used by National Police Air Service):

Watercraft - (used by Marine Policing Unit):

Miscellaneous Vehicles:

History

The Altis Police Service was formed on the 14th February 2014, as a method of Policing the island state of Altis.