The Los Santos County Sheriff's Department — "A Tradition of Service"

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The Los Santos County Sheriff's Department — "A Tradition of Service"

Post by LSSD SIB » Sun Jul 01, 2012 2:21 am

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The Los Santos County Sheriff's Department is a law enforcement faction that focuses on providing enjoyable and realistic police role play. The faction is primarily based upon and draws inspiration from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
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LOS SANTOS COUNTY SHERIFF
SERENITY WYATT

On the 1st of February, Serenity Wyatt, a 25 year veteran of the Department was promoted to Commander of the Professional Standards Division. Wyatt got her Criminal Justice degree at the San Diego State University where she would later move to Los Santos. Her career began in 1995, where she become a Deputy Sheriff.

For the most part of her career, she would stay at the Sanctum Sheriff's Station, where she would rise to the rank of Sergeant, becoming Watch Commander certified. For a change in career paths, Wyatt would then be assigned as Operations Lieutenant for the Internal Affairs Bureau in 2011. Initially in 2016, Chief Wyatt promoted to Captain, Unit Commander of the Internal Affairs Bureau.

In July 2020, she was promoted to the rank of Assistant Sheriff and oversaw a majority of the Department, with a primary focus on the Special Operations section of the Department, as well as serving as the Chief of Staff. In October 2020, Serenity Wyatt became the 19th Sheriff of the Los Santos County, and the 6th female Sheriff in the Department's history.

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DIVISION CHIEF
Kamron Crayton

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Chief, Administrative Services Division
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Justin Hayes

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Chief, Special Operations Division
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COMMANDER
Richard Trejo

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Area Commander, Central Patrol Division
DIVISION CHIEF
Marcus Nazario

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Chief, North Patrol Division
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Anthony McNeal

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Area Commander, Administrative Services Division
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Niall Woods

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Jacob Tanner

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Unit Commander, Aero Bureau
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Bruce Feldhaus

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Alonso Ramirez

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Unit Commander, Training Bureau
COMMANDER
Francis DeMarco

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Re: The Los Santos County Sheriff's Department — "A Tradition of Service"

Post by LSSD SIB » Sun Jul 01, 2012 2:23 am

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LOS SANTOS COUNTY SHERIFF'S
DEPARTMENTAL ORGANIZATION
The faction has an entirely in-character rank hierarchy which has been developed over the 12 years since the faction's inception. The hierarchy revolves around four main groups, each group having different responsibilities and abilities within the faction. These four groups will be listed below, with information on each rank within each bracket.


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Executive Staff consists of the Sheriff of Los Santos County, the Undersheriff, the Assistant Sheriff(s) and the Division Chief(s). Executive Staff represent the leadership of the Department and are the primary decision-making body on issues affecting the Department:

The Sheriff of Los Santos County (Image)
  • The Sheriff of the County of Los Santos is responsible and accountable for the running of the Department. Ergo, the Sheriff shall have governance over any and all policies, Divisions, Bureaus, members and assets of the Department.
The Undersheriff (Image)
  • The Undersheriff is second in command of the Department and assumes the duties of the Sheriff in his or her absence. As chief assistant to the Sheriff, the Undersheriff provides advice on administrative issues which include Department direction, legislative and operational concerns, and budgetary and personnel matters.
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  • Assistant Sheriff is a senior executive of the Department who commands and is responsible for the activities of his or her concerned Division(s) as well as any other specialized Units/programs assigned by the Sheriff and/or Undersheriff and in accordance with the policies prescribed by the Sheriff and Undersheriff. The Sheriff may appoint an Assistant Sheriff to assume the duties assigned to the second in command of the Department. This appointment would be in effect during the Sheriff’s and the Undersheriff’s absence.
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  • A Division Chief is a senior executive of the Department who commands and is accountable for the activities of a Division in accordance with the policies prescribed by the Sheriff, Undersheriff, and Assistant Sheriff(s). In managing a Division, a Division Chief is responsible for anticipating the problems, needs, trends and resources of the Division and its personnel, and for providing the appropriate leadership to accomplish goals which complement the mission of the Department.


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Command Staff consists of the Area Commanders and Captains. Command Staff partake in the Department's administrative leadership by overseeing the functions of Divisions, Bureaus, Schools & Programs.

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  • Area Commander is a position that assists the Chief of a Division as an assistant Division Chief — or in the case of the Executive Office of the Administration & Technology Services, an adjutant to the Assistant Sheriff — and may hold other special positions as directed by the Sheriff. As assistant Division Chief, an Area Commander is directly accountable to the appropriate Division Chief or Assistant Sheriff for the proper execution of assigned functions and for the management of assigned Units.

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  • The Captain is the Unit Commander of a Bureau, Facility or Station. As such, Captains are the leaders of the management teams at their Units and are responsible for all of their functions and operations. Captains shall set the operational philosophies of the Units to ensure that the needs and goals of the community, the Department and their staffs are met to the highest degree possible.


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Supervisory Staff Supervisory Staff consists of Lieutenants and Sergeants. Supervisory Staff provide front-line leadership and guidance to Department personnel in the field. Supervisory Staff take routine command of common tactical incidents occurring throughout the Department.

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  • Lieutenants manage the operations of a given shift or activity, command a specialized detail, or provide staff assistance to a superior officer.

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  • Sergeants are the most visible and critical element of sworn supervision within the Department. Sergeants are first-line supervisors with primary responsibility for ensuring compliance with the professional and ethical standards of the Department by all subordinate Deputy Sheriffs and civilian employees. Sergeants shall know the duties and responsibilities of a first-line supervisor with regard to the Peace Officer's Bill of Rights, Civil Service Rules, applicable, FLSA, the disciplinary and employee grievance processes, and administrative investigation procedures. Sergeants shall strive to be positive role models and to provide leadership in delivering Service-Oriented Policing and in assisting the community in solving problems and maintaining the peace.


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Field Staff Field Staff consists of Deputy Sheriffs. Deputy Sheriffs man all front-line Department positions and are the most visible group of Department personnel. Deputy Sheriffs respond to calls for service and preserve the public peace.

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  • Deputy Sheriffs (Bonus II) serve as 1) Master Field Training Officer, 2) Senior Academy Training Instructor (TB), 3) Senior Background Investigator (TB), 4) Senior Traffic Deputy, 5) Detective Mentor or 6) Assistant Field Sergeant.

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  • Deputy Sheriffs (Bonus I) serve as 1) Field Training Officer, 2) Homicide Field Investigator Deputy or 3) Gang Investigator Deputy.

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  • Deputy Sheriff is the main work force from the sworn category, and are responsible for performing a wide variety of law enforcement functions. A Deputy Sheriff must exhibit discretion, a comprehensive knowledge of the law and the highest ethical standards. A Deputy Sheriff must be service-oriented and actively assist community members in solving problems and maintaining the peace. A Deputy Sheriff shall be held accountable for their actions and must adhere to Departmental Core Values.

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  • Deputy Sheriff Trainee operates in much the same capacity as that of Deputy Sheriff, with the exception that they are undergoing instruction through the Field Training Program and their authority is limited as a result, until such times as they graduate from the Field Training Program and proceed to the civil service rank of Deputy Sheriff.
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Re: The Los Santos County Sheriff's Department — "A Tradition of Service"

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Administrative Services Division The Administrative Services Division is comprised of Sheriff's Information Bureau, Training Bureau, Field Training Program and Basic Sergeant Supervisor School. The Administrative Services Division is responsible for providing administrative staff services to the Department Executives and to evaluate and refine policy and procedures through the inspection and training processes. It is also charged with identifying and mitigating areas of actual or potential Department Liability arising during the course of the Department's daily activities.

The Training Bureau
  • The Training Bureau is responsible for the entire recruitment process of the Los Santos County Sheriff's Department. The Training Bureau aims to provide the Los Santos County Sheriff's Department with the best suited and qualified deputy sheriffs by testing, assessing, and thoroughly evaluating each possible deputy sheriff candidate. The Training Bureau consists of three units; The Background Investigations Unit, the Recruit Training Unit, and the Weapons Training Unit.

The Sheriff's Information Bureau
  • The primary function of this Bureau is to maintain the Department's Operations Log and disseminate information and news to the general public, members of the Department and the news media. The Bureau is also responsible for evaluating proposed Department public relations programs. The Bureau responsibilities are performed through the operation of a 24-hour command information center, by program evaluation and development, by continuing liaison with the press and the community and by responding to telephonic and written inquiries.

The Communications & Fleet Management Bureau
  • The Communications & Fleet Management Bureau houses the Department's vast communication assets as well as fleet maintenance. The Sheriff's Communications Center, which operates out of The Big Ear, provides units with dispatch functions.

The Facilities Planning Bureau
  • The Facilities Planning Bureau houses all future plans for the Los Santos County Sheriff's Department facilities, including the upgrading of facilities, compliance with the San Andreas Fire Code across all facilities and the implementation of new facilities and stations.

The Field Training Program
  • The Field Training Program is responsible for the introduction of a newly assigned officer to the personnel, procedures, policies, and purposes of the individual law enforcement department. The Field Training Program provides the initial formal and informal training specific to the department and the day-to-day duties of its officers and it makes the new officers' field training as effective as possible by assigning them to multiple Field Training Officers (FTOs).

The Basic Sergeant Supervisor School
  • The Basic Sergeant Supervisor School is responsible for the training of Assistant Field Sergeants, traditional education and lecture on the fundamentals of police supervision, field-based mentoring and evaluation, providing hands-on experience to solidify the material taught; and education, training, and evaluation of all new Sergeants in the Department.


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Central Patrol Division This Division is responsible for the performance of the basic police tasks of protecting life and property, preserving the peace, preventing and suppressing crime, and the apprehension of violators of the law. The Central Patrol Division is responsible for the operation of the following Stations: 1) East Los Santos Sheriff's Station & 2) Santa Clara Valley Sheriff's Station.

The East Los Santos Sheriff's Station
  • The East Los Santos Sheriff's Station services the following areas: 1) Red County, 2) Palomino Creek, 3) North Rock, 3) East Beach, 4) Las Colinas and 5) Los Santos City East.

The Santa Clara Valley Sheriff's Station
  • The Santa Clara Valley Sheriff's Station services the following areas: 1) Hilltop Farm / Dillimore, 2) The Panopticon / Blueberry, 3) Fern Ridge / Montgomery, 4) The Big Ear / Regular Tom, 5) Verdant Meadows, 6) Tierra Robada, 7) Bone County and 8.) Los Santos City Central.


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Detective Division The Detective Division's mission is to support the overall mission of the Sheriff’s Department by providing the highest quality criminal investigative services on a countywide basis.

The Homicide Bureau
  • This bureau is comprised of the following details: 1) Homicide Detail and 2) Metro Detail along with a task force called: Taskforce for Regional Autotheft Prevention. This bureau investigates the following: Cases investigated by this Bureau involve: 1) accidental deaths, 2) homicides, 3) natural deaths (Coroner cases), 4) suicides, 5) missing juveniles when there is suspicion of foul play; or missing over 30 days, 6) missing and unidentified persons (adults), 7) shootings involving Department personnel that result in injury or death, 8.) assaults against on-duty Department personnel that result in life-threatening or serious injury and 9) found human remains.

The Operation Safe Streets Bureau
  • This bureau is comprised of the following details: 1) Gang Enforcement Team (GET) and 2) Operation Safe Street Detail (OSS). The responsibilities for the Gang Enforcement Team (GET) include (but not limited to): 1) Provide uniformed personnel to work directed patrol in the most active or violent target gang areas, 2) Gather, disseminate, and exchange information about street gangs and their association with Operation Safe Street Detail (OSS) and 3) Participate and prepare presentations for civic groups about street gangs and their activities.

    The responsibilities for Operation Safe Street Detail (OSS) include (but not limited to): 1) Investigate high-grade felonies of targeted gangs, 2) Gather, coordinate, and disseminate information concerning gangs and their related criminal activities and 3) Maintain liaison with various local, state, and federal agencies concerning street gangs


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Professional Standards Division The Professional Standards Division's mission is to provide and maintain professional standards among departmental staff and to analyze, prevent and resolve any abuse committed on duty or any complaint made on behalf of a Deputy Sheriff.

The Internal Affairs Bureau
  • The Internal Affairs Bureau is responsible for: 1) Conducting administrative investigations of policy violations by Department members, 2) Conducting administrative investigations of policy of equality violations by Department members, 3) Conducting administrative investigations for outside law enforcement agencies at the request of the agency, 4) Monitoring criminal investigations of Department members, 5) Responding to deputy-involved shootings and specific significant use of force incidents, and preparing an administrative review of the incident for the Executive Force Review Committee, 6) Conducting “for cause” drug tests at the direction of a Department member’s unit commander or higher ranking member and 7) Compiling data for all shootings involving Department personnel (e.g., hit, non-hit, unintentional discharge, warning shot, and animal shootings).

The Internal Criminal Investigations Bureau
  • This Bureau reports to the Sheriff and Undersheriff and is responsible for the investigation of allegations of criminal misconduct by members of this Department when the offense is committed within the policing jurisdiction of the Sheriff.

The Advocacy Bureau
  • The Advocacy Bureau is the legal advisor to Department Executives and Management. They oversee legal issues and provide legal advisement to multiple executive & investigative entities.


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Special Operations Division The Special Operations Division is comprised of the Special Enforcement Bureau and the Aero Bureau. The Special Operations Division provides support to all units within the Department and mutual aid assistance to outside agencies via its various bureaus and details, including Air Support for pursuits or rescue operations, as well as a tactical response to high-risk situations.

The Special Enforcement Bureau
  • Provides a variety of specialized support services throughout the County and is comprised of two details: 1) Special Enforcement Detail and 2) Emergency Services Detail.

    The responsibilities for the Special Enforcement Detail include (but not limited to): 1. Maintains Special Weapons Team (SWT) availability on a 24-hour basis for handling barricaded suspects, hostage and active shooter situations, serving arrest and search warrants in identified high-risk or other hazardous situations, and for assisting Canine Services Detail with high-risk area searches; 2. Provides Tactical Entry Teams (TET) to assist any requesting Unit in the service of non high-risk search and arrest warrants; 3. Augments Station and Unit level enforcement efforts through saturation patrol, area or suspect surveillance, high-risk traffic stops, or other tactical services as needed; 4. Mobilizes to provide a law enforcement response at the scene of disorders and other man-made or natural disasters; and 5. Provides protection for designated dignitaries and jury, site or prisoner security dictated by special circumstances;

    The responsibilities for the Emergency Services Detail include (but not limited to): 1. Conducts searches and rescues, including mountain and underwater operations; 2. Provides 24-hour law enforcement paramedic capability and services, including coverage for the Special Weapons Teams and Canine Services Detail during all high-risk operations; 3. Maintains law enforcement and rescue patrol capabilities in the County Forests; 4. maintains law enforcement and rescue patrol capabilities in the waters, including staffing of the Ocean Rescue patrol boat; 5. Provides crew staffing for the Air Rescue 5 helicopter, which is available to respond to emergencies Countywide; and 6. Conducts investigations of all scuba related fatalities and accidents in the County’s jurisdiction.

The Aero Bureau
  • The Aero Bureau performs aerial support services using various types of aircraft and is responsible for: 1) investigating violations of regulations governing flight of aircraft and prosecuting offenders, 2) investigating all fatal or serious aircraft accidents, 3) granting permission to land aircraft on, performing maintenance on, and continuing the certification of all helipads under the control of the Department and 4) providing airplanes and/or helicopters and flight crews.
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Re: The Los Santos County Sheriff's Department — "A Tradition of Service"

Post by LSSD SIB » Sun Jul 01, 2012 2:25 am

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LOS SANTOS COUNTY SHERIFF'S
HISTORY OF THE DEPARTMENT

The Los Santos County Sheriff's Department (i.e. San Andreas Sheriff's Department) was implemented in September 2008. The decision was made by Krisk in order to create an alternative Law Enforcement faction with different focuses. The faction started out incredibly small, with all recruitment and training being done entirely in-game and by the faction leaders. The department had only twenty members throughout 2008 and was focused solely on patrol, with no specialized units being available to members of the department.


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The faction has evolved over time, trying to ensure a single goal: to portray an authentic Sheriff's Department. As a reason, the faction itself has undergone drastic changes so far, reaching the peak that could reach the desired portrayal of both the leadership and the members of the faction. Never has there been such an intense emphasis on the correct portrayal of Deputy Sheriff characters and on the details that really made the law enforcement roleplay more interesting and exciting, without the actual action.

It has reached the point where it (the faction) portrays at its maximum capacity the department after which it is molded, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Any LASD process that could be mirrored on this game was introduced and modified in such a way as to preserve the authenticity of the game itself and the community.


December 28th, 2017, saw Sheriff Claudia Martinez resigning and yet another shift in the Department. Ezio Poldilotta (Wildcat) became her successor and immediately a number of changes came to the faction.



It was decided that the "San Andreas Sheriff's Department" brand was not realistic, and as such the faction was renamed to the "Los Santos County Sheriff's Department" or LSSD.

WELCOME TO THE NEW ERA

The faction received the largest batch academy in its entire history. This group of Trainees has been possible following the changes made to the Recruit Training Unit so far. Extraordinary work has been done in portraying a proper and realistic Sheriff's Academy, in terms of roleplay and environment. The server also capped 893 players at that time.



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#LSSD ACADEMY BATCH 81 — GRADUATION




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LOS SANTOS COUNTY SHERIFF'S
DEPARTMENTAL VEHICLES


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Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor, also known as CVPI, is a marked patrol vehicle. It is used by the majority of the personnel of the department to fulfill their field mission and patrol objectives.

Engine ASDA 4.6 L modular V8 engine (250 hp)
Top Speed AA129 mph (208 km/h)



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Ford Police Interceptor Utility, also known as FPIU, is another marked patrol vehicle. Ford developed this variant of an Explorer after the CVPI's end of production in 2011. It's used as a basic radio car.

Engine ASDA 3.7 L V6 engine (304 hp)
Top Speed AA165 mph (265 km/h)



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The Chevrolet Tahoe Police Package is another marked patrol vehicle used only by the Department's Supervisory Personnel (Sergeants and Lieutenants) and the Special Enforcement Bureau personnel.

Engine ASDA 5.3L Vortec 5300 V8 engine (320 hp)
Top Speed AA133 mph (214 km/h)



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The Ford Crown Victoria is being used as an unmarked patrol vehicle. It is primarly used by the Detective Personnel and the Supervisory Personnel (Detectives, Lieutenants and up).

Engine ASDA 4.6 L modular V8 engine (250 hp)
Top Speed AA129 mph (208 km/h)


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The Dodge Charger
(1) (2011—2014) is an unmarked patrol car. It is primarily used by Detective and Supervisory Personnel (Detectives, Lieutenants and up).

Engine ASDA 3.6L Pentastar V6 engine (292 hp)
Top Speed AA140 mph (225 km/h)

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(2) (2015—present) is an unmarked patrol car, primarly used by the Supervisory Personnel (Captain or up).

Engine ASDA 5.7L Hemi V8 engine (370 hp)
Top Speed AA155 mph (249 km/h)

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LOS SANTOS COUNTY SHERIFF'S
UNIFORMS & EQUIPMENT
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The Class A uniform is the standard uniform issued to law enforcement. This uniform shall be worn when performing uniformed duty, and consists of the following:
        • belt, identification card, shirt, badge, insignia and name tag, shoulder patches, stockings, shoes or boots, socks and trousers.

Deputies may also optionally wear the following items: headgear, service stars, medals, ribbons and emblems, foul weather coat, dress jacket, scarf, tie/tie holder or skirt.
It's the basic uniform a sworn Deputy Sheriff should wear during completing field duty.


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The Class B uniforms is another standard uniform issued to law enforcement and may only be worn when authorized by a Unit Commander. The uniform shall be worn when performing uniformed duty, and consists of the following:
        • belt, identification card, shirt, badge (official), insignia and name tag, shoulder patches, shoes or boots, socks and trousers.

Class B pants shall be one of the following: Departmentally-authorized four-pocket type or Departmentally-authorized four pocket type with sap pockets.


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The Motor uniform shall be used by every Deputy Sheriff who is operating a Department-issued motorcycle, regardless of the situation or the activity they deal with. This uniform consists of the following:
        • motorcycle helmet, motorcycle jackets, leather motorcycle jacket (Optional), gloves
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General Purpose Coveralls may only be worn under the following conditions: traveling to and from or actively involved in motorcycle training sessions and during special operations.


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Re: The Los Santos County Sheriff's Department — "A Tradition of Service"

Post by LSSD SIB » Sun Jul 01, 2012 2:26 am

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LOS SANTOS COUNTY SHERIFF'S
FACTION MEDIA


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OFFICIAL LSSD YOUTUBE CHANNEL

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OFFICIAL LSSD YOUTUBE PLAYLIST

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Re: The Los Santos County Sheriff's Department — "A Tradition of Service"

Post by LSSD SIB » Sun Jul 01, 2012 2:27 am

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LOS SANTOS COUNTY SHERIFF'S
WALL OF ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

LIST OF THE LOS SANTOS COUNTY SHERIFFS
  • Server Management [Creation - October 2008]
  • Sheriff David Lakes (PaiN) [October 2008 - February 7th, 2009] — [3 months, 23 days]
  • Sheriff James Burnett (Phill) [February 7th, 2009 - March 18th, 2009] — [1 month, 11 days]
  • Sheriff Packie Callaghan (Zonku_Tanakashi) [March 18th, 2009 - May 12th, 2009] — [1 month, 24 days]
  • Sheriff David Lakes (PaiN) [May 12th, 2009 - July 17th, 2009] — [2 months, 5 days]
  • Sheriff Marty Sweet (Marty) [July 17th, 2009 - August 28th, 2009] — [1 month, 11 days]
  • Sheriff Benjamin Bretz (mLis) [August 28th, 2009 - September 4th, 2009] — [7 days]
  • Sheriff Kylie Roberts (Aline) [September 4th, 2009 - June 14th, 2013] — [3 years, 9 months, 10 days]
  • Sheriff Lenny Wilde (Lenny Wilde) [June 14th, 2013 - January 26th, 2014] — [7 months, 12 days]
  • Sheriff Jesse Collins (Collins) [January 26th, 2014 - March 6th, 2015] — [1 year, 1 month, 8 days]
  • Sheriff Brady Russ (Brady Russ) [March 6th, 2015 - April 17th, 2016] — [1 year, 1 month, 11 days]
  • Sheriff Nicky Rogers (Chiky) [April 17th, 2016 - June 26th, 2017] — [1 year, 2 months, 9 days]
  • Sheriff Claudia Martinez (Surreal) [June 26th, 2017 — December 28th, 2017] — [6 months, 2 days]
  • Sheriff Ezio Poldilotta (Wildcat) [December 28th, 2017 — April 8th, 2019] — [1 year, 3 months, 12 days]
  • Sheriff Paul Rexford (Lemon) [April 8th, 2019 — December 13th, 2019] — [8 months, 5 days]
  • Sheriff Raymond Murakami (Wildcat) [December 13th, 2019 — May 18th, 2020] — [6 months, 25 days]
  • Sheriff Brandon Artega (Wildcat) [May 18th, 2020 — June 17th, 2020] — [30 days]
  • Sheriff Alexia Whitaker (Iudex) [June 17th, 2020 — July 19th, 2020] — [28 days]
  • Sheriff Terry Hicks (Toretto) [July 19th, 2020 — August 24th, 2020] — [36 days]
  • Sheriff Mark Hellmond (Kayayday) [August 24th, 2020 — October 6th, 2020] — [44 days]
  • Sheriff Serenity Wyatt (Dropper) [October 6th, 2020 — present]

INITIAL TOPIC CREATION

TOPIC RECREATION & ENHANCEMENT

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Re: San Andreas Sheriff's Department

Post by Doom Boy » Sun Jul 01, 2012 2:28 am

Great idea. Good read too.
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Re: San Andreas Sheriff's Department

Post by Aline » Sun Jul 01, 2012 2:28 am

Azougai wrote:
Nessa wrote:Informative thread! Loved reading the history bit, never heard of most of it before!

On three minutes=P?
I'll be enjoying to read it all as soon I post this, thread is definitely looking good. :)

She saw the thread before I posted it! =D

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Re: San Andreas Sheriff's Department

Post by Berk » Sun Jul 01, 2012 2:29 am

I'm glad we finally got the thread for the Sheriff's Department in this section! A very informative thread indeed, excellent work, a job well done.

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Re: San Andreas Sheriff's Department

Post by Californian King » Sun Jul 01, 2012 2:31 am

Oh wow, you finally got a thread! Great. It looks fabulous, I'll finish reading it later.
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Re: San Andreas Sheriff's Department

Post by gus » Sun Jul 01, 2012 2:31 am

Yay finally, was really waiting to see that.

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Re: San Andreas Sheriff's Department

Post by Smith 'N' Wesson » Sun Jul 01, 2012 2:32 am

Looks good, SASD really has a big history
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Re: San Andreas Sheriff's Department

Post by Legend. » Sun Jul 01, 2012 2:33 am

Great work once again Aline. Very detailed and a great summarisation of the SD in depth, I know you could have went on forever and ever :lol: .
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Re: San Andreas Sheriff's Department

Post by Alezor » Sun Jul 01, 2012 2:34 am

VERY neat faction thread!
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Re: San Andreas Sheriff's Department

Post by Aaron. » Sun Jul 01, 2012 2:34 am

Haha, I'll read it once I get a chance. The thread's looking pretty neat, I'll try my best to join the department someday! :)

EDIT: Do members of the SASD post screen-shots here of they want to (Of course it'd be optional) or is that not allowed?
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