CID Handbook

Bullying – Zero-Tolerance Policy

This community takes bullying and the act of bullying very seriously. Remember, there is always a fine line between having ‘banter’ with someone and bullying. Always make sure you know where the line is. The community, members and management are expected to have a zero-tolerance policy on bullying and therefore anyone who breaks this expectation will be removed dealt with accordingly. Further action may be taken by the CMG Community Managers at their discretion.

Introduction

As CID we strive to take criminals off the streets and take a undercover stance on crime, whilst other divisions and officers are taking a more marked approached on crime we take crime of the streets by infiltrating gangs, intercepting gun deals, slowing down drug cartels we have specialized units which do so. Providing evidence and arranging raids for the whole of the police department and busting large gangs.

Head of CID

Prodigy

Deputy of CID

Xipho

Rank Structure & Responsibilities

  • Head of CID - Runs and ensures appropriate development of the division whilst keeping gold command informed.

  • Deputy of CID - Assists head with work and bounces ideas back and forth with head.

  • Commander of CID - Helps run training sessions which CID-1 and CID-2 will also be hosting. Acts as a first point of contact for members.

  • Trident - These will be CID-4 to CID-6, those that are the hardest workers of CID, and the most elite members of CID.

  • Senior Detective - These will be CID-7 to CID-10, These are very hardworking officers and have been given the chance by ranking up to be Senior Detective with extra perks.

  • Detective - The newest recruits of CID, these will be CID-11 to CID-15 the most hardworking people out of all the detectives will be given the chance to rank up.

Intelligence Broadcast

Undercover officers a level of care-freeness to criminals as they won’t worry about police seeing themers have the obvious advantage of being able to be in high crime zones and prov commit crimes. For example – driving through grove street you are often perceived to be a gang member wanting to take turf so they would initiate on me as I drove past saying ‘’GET OUT OF HERE NOW’’ which CID can gain all of that certain information and start working on gang busts.

Gang Infiltration

Trident specialise in gangs whether that is infiltrating a certain gang or gaining information on a gang to then bust that gang work is some of the most dangerous so many perks are available for these officers. These officers are highly trained and only select few people can have a chance at joining Trident.

Organised Operations

CID shall work as a group in organised operations using the plain clothes to their advantage to execute arrests tactically. These shall be planned beforehand and involve 3+ CID officers. Some examples of this would be: Using twitter to your advantage seeing people who are selling drugs/guns in twitter when you can then either act as a fake buyer BUT YOU MUST NEVER AGREE ON A PRICE or you can go to said location and intercept the deal when you see the weapons.

Rules

To ensure that CID runs as effectively as possible and is within CMG rules we will ensure that there are guidelines in place.

1. Keep the police hat off while patrolling and you MUST put it on right before you are to initiate or as soon as you have been initiated on or when you think you will be initiated on. NO firing back until it is on unless it is impossible due to circumstances. This is so they are aware of who you are and gives more credibility to you actually being an officer.

2. Patrol in pairs where possible, the more the better as you will have immediate back up. However, if patrolling with others, you MUST wear the same clothes as if you are to initiate on someone/be initiated on then your partner(s) can back you up without having to initiate themselves thanks to gang initiation rules.

3. When backing up other officers you MUST initiate separately as due to your clothing being completely different to PD however be ready to shoot back if they shoot you thanks to the self defence rule.

4. Do not pretend to want to buy weapons/drugs, only ask if they have weapons/drugs on them as it could be seen as scamming if you offer something for something and not carry through.

5. Do not commit crimes while plain clothed, you are still an officer! Of course we may want to seem like gang members but keep it lawful!

6. After being involved in a major incident or an incident with gang members change your clothes and car colour! Gangs communicate and people will start catching on if you are always wearing the same clothes/driving same car and will know you are police!

7. Do not use blacked out window tint, makes you more suspicious.

8. If possible, call in backup before initiating, they don’t know you are police so use this to your advantage and get back up on standby in case things go south.

CID shall work as a group in organised operations using the plain clothes to their advantage to execute arrests tactically. These shall be planned beforehand and involve 3+ CID officers. Some examples of this would be: Using twitter to your advantage seeing people who are selling drugs/guns in twitter when you can then either act as a fake buyer BUT YOU MUST NEVER AGREE ON A PRICE or you can go to said location and intercept the deal when you see the weapons.

Uniform

Plain Clothes - Detective & Senior Detective

Example

Plain Clothes - Trident

Example

Whilst patrolling as plain clothes officers must only wear plain clothing with arm straps and a police hat only, you may use clothing with Small and Unnoticeable logos and with no accessories such as masks.




All plain clothes officers should always look something like this.


Hat - 144 | Straps - Vest - 53

Whilst patrolling as plain clothes officers within the rank of Trident you now wear the Trident vest and you may only use clothing with Small and Unnoticeable logos with no accessories such as masks.




All plain clothes officers should always look something like this.


Hat - 144 | Vest - 79

Other - Forensic

Example

Other - Detective

Example

Whilst patrolling as a detective officer you must only wear the numbers posted below this, whilst patrolling as a detective officer you must NEVER take any lethals with you.

All plain clothes officers should always look something like this.


Hat - 144

Masks - 159

Shirts/Jackets - 273

Arms/Torso - 87

Undershirt - 15

Legs - 89 (Texture 22)

Shoes - 7

Vests - 52

Accessories - 145

Whilst patrolling as a forensic officer you must only wear the numbers posted below this, whilst patrolling as a forensic officer you must NEVER take any lethals with you.

All detective officers should look like this.


Hat - 144

Masks - 121

Shirts/Jackets - 32

Arms/Torso - 88

Undershirt - 35

Legs - 28

Shoes - 10

Accessories - 128

Equipment & Vehicles

CID Vehicles