Dated December 21st, 2019
The FBI presents to the public an annual intelligence report which warns the public of threats and challenges they face at present and upcoming time.
The FBI actively monitors the Bone County Rebellion which is stationed in Bone County desert and which claims independence from the San Andreas State. The rebellion is hostile and threatens the safety and security of all citizens who intend to pass through, or spend some time in the Bone County territory. The rebellion asks citizens for a Bone County passport, which if a citizen does not have, will be asked to leave or taken hostage.
During the year, the rebellion on numerous occasions attacked Los Santos with armed aircraft or have caused mass shootings with a large number of rebels involved. The rebellion also has intention of obtaining tanks and other heavy vehicles and weapons. The Government recently responded by constructing a wall between Las Venturas and Bone County further separating and increasing security of the citizens living in Las Venturas. It is also worth noting that the rebellion's activity briefly decreased and attacks ceased for a short period but are as of recent week once again increasing.
The FBI recommends citizens to keep away from the territory of Bone County or enter with protection of San Andreas Police Department. The FBI also offers monetary reward for all those who wish to provide useful information in regards to the Bone County Rebellion.
II. Organized Crime
The San Andreas State has multiple established organized crime families, most notable being the Gambino family, the Andolini family and the Central Side Crew. These organized crime families are known to conduct illegal activities involving production, sale or distribution of illegal narcotics, production, sale or distribution of illegal weaponry, and other activities raging from robberies, murders and kidnappings. These families are in possession of highly profitable businesses across San Andreas State stretching from ammunations to pay'n'spray shops which aids them in generating money which is used to support their criminal empires .
The citizens are advised to be aware of their surroundings, mostly in Los Santos, observe any suspicious vehicles which might be occupied by multiple masked men, and observe if the vehicle beings to follow you or attempt to stop you. If this occurs, call 911 and drive towards a safe area such as Pershing Square or the FBI's office. If you are caught, be compliant and do not risk your life. The FBI also advises everybody to have dashboard cameras mounted on their vehicle in order to aid in capturing these criminal actors. And lastly, the FBI also offers monetary reward for all those who wish to provide the FBI with useful information in regards to these criminal organizations.
The FBI observes a high level of corruption and abuse coming from the San Andreas Police Department's Volunteer Troopers who are most commonly using excessive force, issuing wrongful fines for traffic offenses that were not committed, and falsely detaining and arresting citizens under no legal basis. The problem further extends to the slow processing of complaints and lack of active and involved supervision on the field. The FBI believes that if more effort was put into supervision and handling of complaints, if the Volunteer Troopers were paired with Troopers whenever possible and that being frequently, there would be less space for them to act alone and commit these abuses.
It is mandatory that law enforcement agencies have a swift process of complaint handling, where the complainant receives a conclusion on their complaint and the officials who are proven to have abused or committed corrupt acts get punished appropriately. The San Andreas State and its citizens will only suffer further if the agency intended of enforcing the law and providing citizens safe and secure environment are the harbors of abusive individuals with evil intent and who are being covered by bad systems.
The FBI advises all citizens to request a supervisor in case they are a victim of abusive law enforcement official. It is mandatory for all law enforcement officials to call for a supervisor on request of a citizen. It is also recommended to be recording interactions with law enforcement officials as permitted by the constitution. In a lot of cases there is a belief that recording law enforcement officials is prohibited. This is a wrong belief and is permitted by the constitution.
The FBI hopes that the local government of the San Andreas State will work on improvements with law enforcement agencies along with other local agencies in order to provide safe, secure and pleasant environment for their citizens.
Matthew M. Carter