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  1. Lone wolf right here. Keep it up buddy. #PaletoBayShallRaiseAgain
  2. @Cyrus Yeah, that's the case usually - people getting mad because of the sentence, but this is the only procedure to bring standards to the role-play community. Rules & policies is just 50 percent of the job to build a quality role-play experience, the other 50 is all about how the IC part is handled. Would you rather see cop killer walk out in 2-4 hours? Reason for the long-term jail sentences, its to teach the criminal a lesson - to quit doing his criminal acts because he is bad at it (if he was good at it, he wouldn't be busted) and to show people the consequence when you break the law. If we'll start dropping jail-time and give evaders, killers 2-3 hours. This server gonna end up closing itself in a month. Strict sentences is a must, and going to jail is "part of the game", for criminals at least. Don't do the crime, if you can't do the time. I understand the frustration today, because we don't have an active Department of Corrections (but its in W.I.P.) , so once its done - people can create skinhead factions and etc...and build proper organized-gang links through out the server, end of the day - its all about the big dogs in prison. (depends what faction you're linked up with). But take it from me, heavy time is good - and being offline with timing going down, that's wonderful - because the idea behind long timing , its to keep that criminal off the street. You know how many times we had to chase same suspects daily? We had maybe 30 different pursuits on same person because jail time was peanuts and its not acceptable. If you'd join PD / SD for a week, you'd see why jailing must be solid and you'll understand what's the purpose behind it. Otherwise, you're killing off cop role-play, as its part of the job - bust down criminals and put them away, but the criminals that don't make their criminal acts OBVIOUS, they get to operate until they make a mistake. People can use their fronts to smuggle things and all kinds of creative ways to move illegal substance / firearms without cops attention - or handle murders properly , rather shooting the guy up middle of the street and blame PD for arresting them for triple homicide. ?
  3. Yea, price is heavy - but you need to look at it from the law enforcement's point of view. You've got people racing and evading cops 24/7, individuals who don't care about being caught, but they do care once cash-sting hits them. I mean, they could simply change the impound system, have the penal codes re-written regarding traffic enforcement and have /impound [amount] and you could be charged 50-250 bucks for illegal parking. That could work (or whatever price-range they'd find), I get the 5.000$ for criminal-involved / something that's out of the ordinary. You should just make a suggestion regarding /impound [amount] and explain that, impounding needs to be re-made and make it more fair for those who did petty parking mistakes. I agree that, 5.000$ for illegally parking is a bit too step, simply doesn't add up.
  4. The thing is - you're kind of responsible for your vehicle, where and how you leave it. You might have an issue with crashing (but in a way, it's not PD/SD's fault for doing their job if you're having difficult times with connection or computer can't handle the game) - if your vehicle is stolen, well - it happens, and you're supposed to keep it parked safely. You can always attempt to seek legal-solution, by filing a report on the impounded vehicle without your where-about, and the officers will be questioned upon their impounding-process, how and why. (if it was un-lawful impounding), otherwise - things happen. If your vehicle been stolen, file a police report and if they'll recover it, they won't impound it, but keep it until you get it. (depends if the officers/sheriffs wanna bother waiting / handling more important call). It sucks, and we've all been there - but vehicle impounding is just one of those things that prevents people from doing silly things with motorvehicles and care about their acts & vehicle (usually, people get into chases with cops and don't care about consequences, because jail time is low and they don't lose anything if their car is totaled). ?
  5. Been following GTA V role-play communities since 2014ish - bunch of them were up&down projects, and I stumbled on GTA W before it was becoming a thing. (Mainy after FiveRP)
  6. I’m putting cases on all you bitches, 24 hour lockdown. Shoe program n***a
  7. The 44 minutes that changed law enforcement US-wise. (Based off true event that went down in Los Angeles in 97)
  8. Bad ass, Sheriff movie - Major Crimes
  9. One of my favorite movies - inspired bunch of people to get into law enforcement (that TV Series, SWAT I posted - based off this movie)
  10. One of my favorite shows
  11. Who ever is into that classical cop stuff ?
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