Law Enforcement

This article is still a work in progress. It may contain missing, outdated or inaccurate information. Discretion is advised.
This section is brief and does not substitute the extensive training required to become a Police Officer.

Public Information #

This section is intended audience is for civilians.

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Hiring Process #

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Training Overview #

Police Officers are given rigorous training to ensure they meet the standards expected by the community.

Training is done by a joint of theory and practical.

Stage 1

Officers will cover an introduction, basics of police work, foundations and laws.

Stage 2

Officers will be assigned a mentor and given on the job training while riding along with another officer at all times.

Stage 3

Officers will handle tasks with little to no assistance with a mentor available.

Policies (Public Reference) #

These policies are made available to the public for their reference to ensure officers are behaving correctly.

Not every policy is listed here as some may compromise police operations. If you require further information about a policy, please contact the respective department.

Miranda Rights #

Law enforcement must read out your rights before they interview you.

Police may interview you as a possible suspect about the crime they have arrested you for.

If an officer intends to question or interrogate the suspect while they are in custody, they must caution them, failure to do so may result in any statements made after being taken into custody inadmissible in court.

Any statements or evidence gathered before the individual was taken into custody may still be used in court.

Typical Miranda Rights

You have the right to remain silent.
Anything you say can and be used against you in the court of law.

You have the right to an attorney.
If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed to you by the state at no cost, if available.
You have a right to have that attorney present while you’re being questioned.
And you have a right to invoke these rights at any point in time.

Do you understand these rights as I have just read to you?

This caution does not prevent questions of identification such as name, address, date of birth, which are still required to be provided by law.

Use of Force #

Law enforcement follow what is known as a use of force continuum. The force must be proportionate and will typically be in response to how a situation is.

The typical use of force model is:

  • Officer Presence
  • Verbal Communication
  • Soft Hand Techniques
  • Hard Control/Aggressive Response
  • Intermediate Weapons
  • Lethal/Deadly Force


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