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  2. Officer-Involved-Shooting - 25/FEB/2022 - Jamestown Street At approximately 12:18 AM, a disruptive, large group began traveling from Brogue Avenue down to Jamestown Street on foot. Units from the Los Santos Police Department and Los Santos County Sheriff's Department were notified of this large group traveling on foot and they subsequently traveled to the Rancho area in order to provide a visual police presence to deter crime. Once the group had passed the train tracks on Roy Lowenstein Boulevard, they began running towards Jamestown Street. Units began to activate their Emergency Lighting System to intervene with a potential attack as they ran over the road towards the complex before the group began opening fire at officers and members of the public in the Jamestown area. Officers from both the Los Santos Police Department and Los Santos County Sheriff's Department returned fire at the shooters, subsequently leading to a Police Officer from the Los Santos Police Department being struck by gunfire.Public Communications Division Media Relations Section
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  4. Los Santos Police Department to introduce 'Pre-Academy' to LEO Recruitment Process With an upcoming recruitment drive seeking the next generation of Law Enforcement Officers for the Los Santos Police Department, we are proud to reveal that a 'pre-academy' process will officially become part of the recruitment procedure for aspiring police officers of Los Santos. The pre-academy will act as a pipeline for all candidates, before arriving at the Los Santos Police Academy for complete training and examination.The Los Santos Police Department's pre-academy will test all applicants' mental fortitude and physical ability, featuring rigorous and unforgiving tests in either arena. Applicants should, as a result, lend the upcoming recruitment drive a few thoughts more before deciding to join the department. However, those who show exemplary results in this new process will shine through - and we look forward to seeing those faces develop into our next generation of Law Enforcement Officers.The pre-academy will consist of several sessions, expected to be hosted over a 1 week (7 day) period. A paramilitary approach will be adopted; involving exercises including but not limited to testing and examining teamwork skills, independent and team-based coordination, communication, along with a variety of other physical and mental tests. This pre-academy will identify strong candidates that will be deemed eligible and appropriate for the full Los Santos Police Academy.Hopeful future applicants can expect our recruitment drive to open March 1st and is expected to last just 6 days, so keep a keen eye. MARCH — Recruitment Timeline Questions regarding the pre-academy or the upcoming recruitment drive should be directed to Captain R. Kavanagh, Officer T. Price or Officer M. Wright. Public Communications Division Media Relations Section
  5. Emergency services respond to a large-scale structure fire Los Santos: LSPD Officers responded to reports of a structure fire. On Wednesday, February 09, 2022, at approximately 07:39 p.m., units from the Los Santos Police Department; Los Santos Fire Department, and Los Santos County Sheriff's Department responded to an emergency call regarding a series of loud noises in the Vespucci Boulevard area. An immediate investigation discovered that an unknown cause led to a structure fire breaking out in a residential building on Pillbox Hill. The Los Santos Fire Department immediately began to extinguish the fire, whilst law-enforcement agencies attended the outer perimeter. The wildfire was successfully fended off thanks to the combined efforts of Los Santos' jurisdictions setting up appropriate precautions and perimeters in surrounding residential and commercial areas in order to allow the Fire Department to safely work on putting the fire out. Two residents of the building were successfully evacuated from the premises and handed to the care of present paramedics. Relevant jurisdictions will continue to monitor the situation closely, and advise anyone with any information that may assist in aiding the ongoing investigation to get in contact with the State Fire Marshal's Office. Further information may be obtained from the SFM. Public Communications Division Media Relations Section
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  7. Gas Explosion at Vespucci Beach Los Santos: LSPD Officers responded to a threat of a gas explosion.On Saturday, January 29, 2022, at 6:16 p.m., LSPD Officers responded to a call for service regarding a reported threat of a gas explosion at Vitus Street in Vespucci Beach. A threatening call had been made prior to the response, informing local authorities to evacuate Vitus Street Complex Apartment 17. The caller stated that they had a lighter prepared next to a stove with the gas turned on, threatening to blow the complex up.A preliminary investigation showed that the aforementioned threats were based on truthful information. A 25-year-old resident of Los Santos, Xavier Perera, had barricaded themselves in an apartment with the gas turned on, flooding the apartment. Officers assigned to the Crisis Negotiations Team attempted to reason with Perera, unfortunately, the attempts were unsuccessful. The apartment blew up at one point during the negotiations, causing a large-scale structure fire, which was subsequently extinguished by the Los Santos Fire Department. The scene was taken over by the State Fire Marshal's Office for investigation.The Department advises citizens to reach out to the State Fire Marshal's Office for further information in case of any inquiries.Public Communications Division Media Relations Section
  8. January 2022 Academy - Graduation Vespucci Headquarters: Los Santos Police Department welcomes a total of seventeen graduates following completion of this month's academy.On Friday, January 14, 2022, a graduation ceremony was held at Vespucci Headquarters. The Recruitment and Employment Division (RED) conducted its first academy this year putting candidates through the renowned police academy ensuring that Los Santos is provided with well-trained and knowledgeable law enforcement officers. A total of forty-six applicants applied for the post, with seventeen completing their police training.RED's Officer-in-Charge Dean Sherman commented: "I believe these new officers have great potential and will not fail this city in their duty. They have proved themselves through an extensive training course."The Los Santos Police Department will once again be recruiting aspirant law-enforcement officers on February 01, 2022. For further information visit lspd.gov or visit your local police station. Pictured: Victor Spencer, Brooklyn Hamilton, Bob Nolan, Derrick Quinn, Kaito Kogami, Malik Korkmaz, Blake Cohle, Emma Hall, Miguel Morales, Alex Knight, Sarah Romano, Luna Morales, Kira Fairbanks, Martin Brown, Anastasia Bannockburn, Cynthia Jenkins and Jamie Sellens Public Communications Division Media Relations Section
  9. Officer-Involved-Shooting - 28/DEC/2021 - Little Seoul The following publication is a critical incident community briefing. Intended to provide you with information about an Officer-Involved-Shooting that occurred in Little Seoul, on Ginger Street, in the city of Los Santos, at approximately 09:00 a.m., on December 28, 2021. The Department will provide you with relevant information about the incident, so you can have a better understanding of what occurred, based on what we know right now.The LSPD conducts very thorough use of force investigations, which typically require investigators to interview multiple witnesses, view numerous hours of video footage, and analyze a significant amount of forensic evidence. We are still at the very early stages of this investigation which can often take up to a year to complete and our understanding of the incident may change as this additional evidence is collected, analyzed, and reviewed.We also do not draw any conclusions about whether the officers acted consistent with our policies in the law until all the facts are known and the investigation is complete. On the 28th of December 2021, at approximately 09:00 a.m., was an LSPD unit assigned to Mission Row Patrol Division involved in an officer-involved shooting.Whilst conducting routine patrol within the Little Seoul area on Vespucci Boulevard and Decker Street, a patrolling officer observed a rental blue Maxwell Abso driving at a high rate of speed, in the incorrect lane of travel. The officer attempted to stop the vehicle and conduct a traffic stop, however, the Blue Abso failed to stop which initiated a vehicle pursuit. LSPD patrol vehicles are equipped with Digital In-Car Video System (DICVS) that is utilized to enhance officer safety, document events, and provide visual as well as audio data for use in investigation and prosecution. Here is the video footage retrieved from the beginning of the incident. The vehicle pursuit came to a stop a few moments after the pursuit was initiated. The suspect stepped out of the vehicle in order to flee on foot. Mid-pursuit they withdrew a firearm, shooting in the direction of the pursuing officer, striking them once. The pursuing officer returned fire, resulting in an officer-involved shooting.The suspect and their firearm were secured by responding units. The firearm was found out to be a ghost gun. Ghost guns are unserialized and untraceable firearms that can be bought online and assembled at home. They are often sold through "ghost gun kits," which include all of the parts and often the equipment necessary to build these weapons at home. These kits are widely available and can be purchased by anyone, including prohibited purchasers, domestic abusers, and gun traffickers — without a background check.The Los Santos Fire Department responded to the incident to provide medical care to both the suspect and the wounded officer. The suspect was transported to Pillbox Hill Medical Center to receive treatment however was later pronounced deceased. The individual has been identified as a Los Santos resident, their identity will remain withheld until the next of kin has been notified. The involved officer was also treated for gunshot wounds pertaining to the incident. They are currently stable at Pillbox Hill Medical Center.Over the next few months, a thorough investigation of the incident will take place in close cooperation with the District Attorney's office. Public Communications Division Media Relations Section
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