The City Life Police Department
About the CLPD
The City Life Police Department (CLPD) was established to enforce law and order on Bornholm.
As a Police Officer, your duty is to protect and serve the citizens. In order to do this, a Police Officer must enforce the established law contained within the City Life Lawbook. In order to do this effectively, every Officer undergoes a rigorous 14 day training program. The training includes classroom based and practical training. All training is provided by specially trained FTOs, who ensure are recruits are trained to the highest standard. Before any recruit is allowed to patrol solo, they partner with other Officers in order to obtain valuable experience; then they are evaluated by our Supervisor team. At the end of 14 days of training, recruits are either promoted or removed from the CLPD.
Chain of Command
Recruit -> Officer -> Senior -> Sergeant -> Lieutenants -> Captain -> Commander
This Chain of Command, should be followed at all times. In the event you wish to question your arrest, the Chain of Command begins at the next highest ranked Officer online at the time of your arrest.
Below, you can find the latest news from the CLPD
- Traffic Division Closed
- CLPD General Meeting
- Introduction of Vote of Performance for Commanders
- CLIKI Page Updated
Becoming an Officer
You need to have been a member of City Life for 2 weeks in order to apply
You must be 3 days crime-free prior to the review of your application
- - Put in an Application
- - Wait for your application to be reviewed. Check on it regularly, as we may ask for more information
- - If invited, attend your interview
- - Wait for your application to be reviewed
- - If accepted, contact an Supervisory Officer for your training.
- - If denied, apply again in the future (At least a month)
CLPD Officers will start of as a basic trained Officer with access to everything that they need to work. Once they become a Recruit after around 1 week they will be subject to a evaluations. Once they are evaluated they are promoted to full Officer and will gain access to extra training to enhance and improve their abilities.
CLPD Command Staff, is made up of currently 2 CLPD Commanders: Blythy, Roaddogg, and OPEN
They are responsible for running the entire CLPD, the position of Commander is permanent until voted out or removed by the Altis government.
Commanders may wear any uniform appropriate to their situation
Patrol is the base role of the CLPD. Every member of the CLPD is part of Patrol and is expected to undertake the duties of being a Patrol Officer.
The ETU is the Elite Tactical Unit. It is responsible for handling all dangerous incidents. They are responsible for major armed response, taking lead on bank robberies, search warrants & other hostile situations.
Note: Headgear is interchangeable between the beanie and cap in the Patrol Uniform. Operatives, may choose to wear a balaclava when in the Armed Response Uniform.
Counter-Narcotics handle all narcotic related criminality. This includes intelligence gathering, plantation raids and observing the drug dealer.
Note: Headgear is interchangeable between the beanie & cap in the Patrol Uniform. Operatives, may choose to wear a balaclava when in the Armed Response Uniform.
All Officers wear the CLPD tactical belt:
Please note: Officers may wear balaclavas of different types, depending on operational circumstances.
Roles and Responsibilities
All ranks inherit from the previous rank, in accordance with the CLPD CoC unless otherwise stated
Recruit & Officer -
The duty of a CLPD Officer, is to maintain law and order - in accordance with CL Lawbook and Police Standard Operating Instructions. They are accountable to their division staff.
Required to undertake basic activities, such as: responding to emergencies, 911 calls, patrolling, completing traffic stops, warrant checks, process prisoners/suspects and other policing duties.
In the case of grievance, Officers should contact division staff in the first instance.
Completion of documentation - warrants/crime/jail reports, as required, in order to maintain an up to date criminal record of any citizen who breaks the law.
Expected to gather evidence, using a still camera (Screenshots) and a state of the art video camera (Video). This should be available to upload, unedited, if required as part of an investigation or by a higher ranking Officer.
Snr. Officer -
Lowest rank Supervisor in the CLP
Expected to undertake the duties of Training
Remaining vigilant and reporting issues on the Supervisor forum as appropriate
Commenting, as required, on Officers’ performance
Complete interviews and vote on applicants for the position of Recruit
Directing Officer on the right course of action, in the event of grievance against them or another Officer
Attend incidents as a Supervisor; taking control of a scene if necessary
Conducting shift management, ensuring the map has even coverage and duties are being performed effectively
Assist Officers with more difficult investigations, ensuring all SOPs are met
Reviewing warrants/crime and jail reports ensuring they are correct
Negociate jail sentences
Reviewing CLPD Complaints & Compliments; referring them as necessary to a Captain
Assist in the creation of SOP/policy under the direction of the relevant authority
Put Officers forward for promotion
Assist in the creation of SOP/policy and official City Life laws alongside Commanders
Leaders of the CLPD
Have final say, on any and all issues
Report to the Super Administration team
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The following vehicles can be bought at the Police Vehicle Shop:
The following vehicles can be bought at the Police Air Shop: