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Posted on: Jan 31 2018, 02:34 AM
we can relax, I believe them to be good
The police is an active force in every citizen's daily lives that work to keep the peace within Numora and combat The Guild. They're strict upholders of the law that take their jobs seriously, though unfortunately, it seems a vast majority are a tad incompetent, so it's up to the characters to make use of the authority officers are granted.
JOINING AND LEAVING THE POLICE To join the police, you must have a high-school education or a GED. The character needs to legally be a Numoran Citizen unless they've been transferred in from another country, at least 20 years of age, and a clean criminal record. A few minor offenses might be permitted, but they will be held to much higher standards than the others. The character will need to have gone to the Police Academy and graduated, and passed a psychological exam. A bachelor in law enforcement positions is recommended to the character if they're looking for a specific field such as Ranger work.
The police force is split into two different divisions, both with many different branches beneath them. The two divisions are the average police force and the rangers. Ranger work focuses more on situations involving pokemon while the regular officers handle the human side of things. The two divisions work together and overlap with one another frequently, but each focuses on one side more than the other.
Once those requirements have been fulfilled, they will be permitted a badge, gun, and pokemon in order to begin their job.
People are free to quit being a police officer if they no longer desire to continue with the field for whatever reason. However, this is the only group you can actively get kicked out of. If your character has serious charges pressed against them, such as tampering with evidence, murder, excessive force, and so on then there is a high chance that they might get their badge taken from them or demoted at the least.
TYPICAL POLICE SKILLS
These skills are not required for police characters but are the most common traits among most police officers that they tend to look for while recruiting.
IN THE HEAT OF THE MOMENT Sometimes things don't work out or mistakes happen. You need to be able to recover from those mistakes, but unfortunately, even the law is forced to play a game of favorites in order to maximize their resource use. If you're a lowly Cadet, they're likely not going to be giving you much access or assistance with just about anything. You can increase your value to the force by performing missions or plots that would increase your rank in the eyes of DARREN FAUST, the chief. If you happen to do something wrong that would result in a demotion, then you must perform the number of missions it took to get there to return. This means that if you were to be a Lieutenant that was demoted to Sergeant, you must perform 30 more missions in order to regain the trust of the force instead of the original 15 it took to get from Sergeant to Lieutenant. If your badge was stripped altogether, it would require an extraordinary circumstance to reinstate it.
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