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  1. PARKING BAN PERSHING SQUARE CITY OF LOS SANTOS PA.1320 February 13, 2020 Government of Brendan Finney The city of Los Santos, under supervision of Governor B. Finney, has taken notice of the ongoing traffic infractions around Pershing Square, Los Santos. To keep the sidewalk safe and easily accessible for pedistrians, the Government of San Andreas is forced to enact a parking ban on and around Pershing Square, Los Santos. Per this parking ban, vehicles can be towed and impounded at any time. To avoid costs of an impoundment, residents of Commerce, visitors and/or employees of the Los Santos Police Department or the Cityhall are requested and discouraged to park their vehicles on or around Pershing Square, Los Santos. This parking ban is in effect and enforced from the 16th of February, 2020 in the designated area shown on the attached image. Signed, Brendan Finney Governor of San Andreas
  2. San Andreas Police Department The Governor's Office wants to ensure equality to all government employees employed at the San Andreas Police Department and its divisions. Employees of the San Andreas Police Department should receive equal pay for equal work. The salaries of SWAT personnel have been set to $1,000. All employees shall be paid equally, as the Bible tells us: "And when those hired about the eleventh hour came, each of them received a denarius. Now when those hired first came, they thought they would receive more, but each of them also received a denarius." - Matthew 20:9-10.
  3. Operator: Brendan Finney Date of impound: February 2, 2020 Time of impound: 03.33 CET Location of impound: Richman, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: W43J1M36 Violation: C1 Evidence of violation: Operator: Brendan Finney Date of impound: February 3, 2020 Time of impound: 16:20 CET Location of impound: Pershing Square, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: JonaldHD Violation: C1 Evidence of violation:
  4. United States Congress 1. In addition to PUB 001. In addition to the latest publication of the Congress, the Office of the Governor would like to clarify that Mr Shelby did not voluntarily testify during the hearing nor was told or informed that he had the right to decline testifying. Senator and Congressmen Carter misused their influential positions as Congress to force Mr Shelby to the stand by publicly announcing and directing him to the chair. Mr Shelby was not informed about the subject of the matter or the reason of why he was forcefully requested to testify. The complaint is just as vague and subjective as this process and is full of untrue facts. The Lieutenant and Chief of the police department chose this far reaching method and accused our Office of abuse of power and attempting to gain access to confidential information. The allegations are not substantiated with evidence. It is uncertain which internal information the Governor has supposed to get access to. The Lieutenant voluntarily approached us during the station inspection. The police department again shows a hostile and uncooperative attitude towards the Office of the Governor. One reason of why the salaries were reduced by the Office of the Governor. Troopers do not earn $4,000. Troopers earn $3,000. One cannot be accused of blackmailing when he is not after or aware of any specified internal or confidential information.
  5. Congressional hearing 1. Congressional hearing The Office of the Governor could not be present at a Congressional hearing of which the Governor was notified several hours prior to it. The latest statement H. RES 015 of the Congress, claiming that the Governor had agreed to the scheduled hearing, is false - please see the transcript. The Office of the Governor has not been given access to the complaint of the San Andreas Police Department nor information or evidence regarding the alleged abuse of power. The Congress has failed to disclose the required documents in preparation to the hearing and has failed to respect the right to a due process. The Office of the Governor executed its rights given by the Congress and has never abused its power. While breaching Article II of the Constitution, Congressman and Chief Lockeheed of the San Andreas Police Department is misusing his rights and abusing this supreme body to serve personal interests. A Congressional hearing is not the constitutional method to address concerns regarding salaries. Neither one of the Chiefs was present at the Congressional hearing and security personnel, Mr D. Shelby, was randomly summoned to testify during the hearing. Mr Shelby is a freelance employee and is in no way employed by the Office of the Governor. Due to this outrageous process, the executive privilege of the Governor is breached by the Congress. The Office of the Governor will soon disclose multiple documents proving that the salaries were not reduced to obtain access to certain unknown confidential documents. In fact, the salaries were never reduced during the recent station inspection. This process is once again a dark page in the history of San Andreas.
  6. Metropolitan and South-Central Precinct under review 1. Station inspection Governor Finney visited the newly introduced South-Central Precinct in East Los Santos. Quite supringly and remarkable Chief Lockeheed refused to answer questions and work along with the Governor. Chief Lockeheed confirmed he was too occupied guiding a Volunteer Trooper and left immediately after arriving with the sightseeing SAPD Command Rancher. A special thanks to Lt. Santos for taking the time and answering most of the questions. The San Andreas Police Department introduced two new districts, the Metropolitan Precinct and South-Central Precinct, while essential divisions such as Internal Affairs and Special Weapons and Tactics remain broken and absent. As well as the seperation and restructure of San Andreas Impound and a new system encouraging patrol activity seem to remain big obstacles. The new districts, including two new Commanders, and a memberlists of both districts, have officially been published by the San Andreas Police Department. Commanders are yet to be appointed, according to Lt. Santos. According to the San Andreas Police Department, the purpose of implementing districts is "holding competitions..- catching the most suspects, seizing the most narcotics, writing the most traffic citations." This is the sort of policy that breeds polarization rather than a united and equal department. With the introduction of two precincts - for official Troopers only - Volunteer Troopers get left out at Pershing Square. San Andreas is supposed to be a state for all Troopers, including dependant and new Volunteer Troopers. The Command Staff of San Andreas Police Department considers it more important to form two teams and turn Troopers against each other, rather than involve, guide and instruct new Recruits and Volunteers. The Office of the Governor is reviewing this inequal and inefficient system. Fore more information, click here.
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Operator: Octavius Finney Date of impound: January 31, 2020 Time of impound: 20.43 CET Location of impound: Little Mexico, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: 53HM2912 Violation: C1 Evidence of violation: Operator: Octavius Finney Date of impound: January 31, 2020 Time of impound: 21.05 CET Location of impound: Idlewood, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: R48VA6E8 Violation: C1 Evidence of violation: Operator: Octavius Finney Date of impound: February 3, 2020 Time of impound: 11.54 CET Location of impound: Market, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: W81TU60T Violation: C1 Evidence of violation: Operator: Octavius Finney Date of impound: February 3, 2020 Time of impound: 12.10 CET Location of impound: Idlewood, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: JMH44B0Z Violation: C1 Evidence of violation: Operator: Octavius Finney Date of impound: February 3, 2020 Time of impound: 14.10 CET Location of impound: El Corona highway, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: STFJXKLH Violation: C1 Evidence of violation: Operator: Octavius Finney Date of impound: February 3, 2020 Time of impound: 14.23 CET Location of impound: Temple, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: 2Z0TU7Y1 Violation: C1 Evidence of violation: Operator: Octavius Finney Date of impound: February 3, 2020 Time of impound: 14.54 CET Location of impound: Idlewood, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: K91N17F3 Violation: C1 Evidence of violation: Operator: Octavius Finney Date of impound: February 4, 2020 Time of impound: 12.12 CET Location of impound: Jefferson, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: 7LB41OIN Violation: C1 Evidence of violation: Operator: Octavius Finney Date of impound: February 4, 2020 Time of impound: 15.52 CET Location of impound: Market, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: Tampered Violation: C1 Evidence of violation: Operator: Octavius Finney Date of impound: February 4, 2020 Time of impound: 16.08 CET Location of impound: Glen Park, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: 6EXOOGFF Violation: C1 Evidence of violation: Operator: Octavius Finney Date of impound: February 4, 2020 Time of impound: 16.29 CET Location of impound: Glen Park, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: 10K4H611 Violation: C1 Evidence of violation: Operator: Octavius Finney Date of impound: February 4, 2020 Time of impound: 16.36 CET Location of impound: Vinewood, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: UZHLMGSS Violation: C1 Evidence of violation: Operator: Octavius Finney Date of impound: February 6, 2020 Time of impound: 20.38 CET Location of impound: Idlewood, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: No plate Violation: C1/C3 Evidence of violation: Operator: Octavius Finney Date of impound: February 10, 2020 Time of impound: 15.55 CET Location of impound: Idlewood, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: No plate Violation: C1/C3 Evidence of violation: Operator: Octavius Finney Date of impound: February 10, 2020 Time of impound: 15.10 CET Location of impound: Pershing Square, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: T3UWAG10 Violation: C1 Evidence of violation: Operator: Octavius Finney Date of impound: February 12, 2020 Time of impound: 15.54 CET Location of impound: Pershing Square, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: Remgro VIP Violation: C1 Evidence of violation: Operator: Octavius Finney Date of impound: February 12, 2020 Time of impound: 16.00 CET Location of impound: Idlewood, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: Supreme Violation: C1 Evidence of violation: Operator: Octavius Finney Date of impound: February 12, 2020 Time of impound: 16.09 CET Location of impound: Market, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: U0WA8R20 Violation: C1 Evidence of violation: Operator: Octavius Finney Date of impound: February 12, 2020 Time of impound: 16.14 CET Location of impound: Market, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: Q2W4724Q Violation: C1 Evidence of violation: Operator: Octavius Finney Date of impound: February 13, 2020 Time of impound: 13.09 CET Location of impound: Little Mexico, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: JonaldHD Violation: C1 Evidence of violation: Operator: Octavius Finney Date of impound: February 13, 2020 Time of impound: 13.42 CET Location of impound: Idlewood, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: CEAJ18F8 Violation: C1 Evidence of violation: Operator: Octavius Finney Date of impound: February 13, 2020 Time of impound: 14.09 CET Location of impound: Mulholland Intersection, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: 8GCJ398O Violation: C1/C3 Evidence of violation: Operator: Octavius Finney Date of impound: February 13, 2020 Time of impound: 14.37 CET Location of impound: Downtown, Los Santos Authorized and requested by: N/A Vehicle registration: 1G8I1P57 Violation: C1 Evidence of violation:
  8. SAN ANDREAS IMPOUND & TOWING SERVICES Vehicle Impoundment Registry Vehicle Impoundment Registry is an overview of all vehicle impoundments in the State of San Andreas executed by San Andreas Impound & Towing Services. It contains the impoundment reports of the tow truck operators, including all details regarding the traffic law violation. The impoundment report of your vehicle must be submitted to this register. Complaints or inquiries regarding impounded vehicles can be forwarded to a manager of San Andreas Impound & Towing Services or the Office of the Governor. Impoundment report format This register is part of San Andreas Impound & Towing Services.
  9. THE SAN ANDREAS GOVERNMENT in cooperation with THE SAN ANDREAS POLICE DEPARTMENT Incentive program This program is established by the Governor's Office in cooperation with the Academy Division of the San Andreas Police Department. The purpose of this program is to attract new recruits and boost the reputation of policing and the hiring process. The Government of San Andreas is now offering a $25,000 and a $75,000 signing bonus to recruits that successfully graduate from the Police Academy and/or become a Senior State Trooper. The $25,000 signing bonus will be paid after graduating from the Police Academy to the rank of State Trooper. The $75,000 signing bonus will be paid to recruits who participate in this program and be promoted to the rank of Senior State Trooper. Recruits participating in this program are acquiescence to the conditions stated below. Conditions Participants in this program must have an in-game activity of at least 20 hours per month after signing up for the Police Academy. The $25,000 signing bonus requires completion of at least 2,5 months employment. The $75,000 signing bonus requires completion of at least 3,5 months employment. Participants must successfully complete the Police Academy. Participants cannot be disciplinary punished during participation in this program. A recruit can only participate in this program once. This program does not apply to reinstatements. The activity requirement as a recruit (see #1) must be maintained as a State Trooper to be eligible for the $75,000 signing bonus. All usual application and Police Academy requirements apply to the participants of this program. We wish all participants the best of luck during the application process and their police career! Applications are opened until the 24th of January. APPLY HERE!
  10. PRIVATE PARKING GARAGES SAN ANDREAS DEPARTMENT OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT FP.0239 The Office of the Governor has not received information and is not aware of the stage of the review process by the Congress. The Secretary of Urban Development is looking into this. Kind regards, The Office of the Governor
  11. SHORT PRESS RELEASE 1. San Andreas Fire Department The major reforms of San Andreas Fire Department have been realised. Unnecessary employees and chiefs have been removed and a periodic evaluation will be implemented. The San Andreas Fire Department has gained activity. We are looking forward to see trainings and cooperation with other departments. The Governor hopes to see the department keep on growing and has increased the department's fundings. A special thanks to Commissioner Amerante for his mediating role.
  12. BONE COUNTY SAFETY ACT 2020 SAN ANDREAS GOVERNMENT Enacted by Governor B. Finney on the 10th of January 2020 and enters into force on the 12th of January 2020. The United States Congress revoked recognition of Bone County's independence and assigned the region to the full authority of the San Andreas Government. The Bone County Safety Act represents another step to end the ongoing suppression in Bone County by ruthless organisations as Bone County Resistance. This Act provides a legal basis for the San Andreas Police Department and significantly expands the ability to deal with the illegal activities in Bone County. This Act is enforceable in the designated grey area, as shown on the map below. Bone County Safety Act BSA §1. This Act may be cited as the Safety Act. BSA §2. This Act is enforceable in the designated area as provided in Figure 1 to this Act. BSA §3. Any three or or more persons who shall assemble together to make any attempt or motion towards an unlawful act shall be deemed unlawful assembly. a) Failure to disassociate from an unlawful assembled group constitutes the same unlawful act. BSA §4. Any resident of Bone County who shall leave Bone County with the intend to engage in a fight with another person or law enforcement agency shall be punished by imprisonment. BSA §5. Any person who by words of mouth or writing advocates overthrowing or undermining the organized government of San Andreas is guilty of a felony. BSA §6. Glorification of violent acts by words of mouth or writing that could inspire others to take part in it is prohibited and shall be punished by imprisonment. a) Any person shall not explicitly or publicly advocate the anarchist ideology of Bone County Resistance. b) No person shall create or disseminate misinformation with the intend to undermine social order in Bone County. BSA §7. Any person who resides in Bone County can be preventively stopped by any law enforcement officer. a) Any person preventively stopped is to cooperate in a body search. b) Any person preventively stopped is to cooperate in establishing his identity. BSA §8. Holding more than seventy-five rounds of a firearm that can shoot automatically more than seven rounds without reloading is prohibited. a) Holding more than twenty-five rounds of a firearm with a magazine that can hold seven rounds or less is prohibited. BSA §9. Any person who shall vote in any Bone County's fraudulant election is to be punished by imprisonment. a) Any person personating to be a candidate is to be punished by imprisonment and banned from any lawful election. BSA §10. Any person shall not knowingly conceal or share in the proceeds of the illegal acitivities of Bone County Resistance. a) A person shall not provide benefit to the activities of Bone County Resistance.
  13. SHORT PRESS RELEASE 1. Bone County As a result of Bone County losing its independent, Governor B. Finney has aborted the negotiations for a peace treaty. Bone County is now under authority of the San Andreas Government and is expected to uphold and respect the Federal and State Law. The Governor's Office had hoped that Mr Wilson would have been able to serve the public's interest of Bone County and end the violence and bloodshed. A peace treaty would have prevented Bone County losing its independence. The Governor's Office is still open to negotiate with Bone County Resistance. 2. San Andreas Fire Department A constructive meeting with Fire Commissioner Amarante led to an increase of the department's fundings. The Governor's Office expects results in the short term. Due to the confidential nature of the meeting, the Governor's Office is unable to disclose the specifics.
  14. AMENDMENT TO SA-PSC § V.1 1. Legalisation of stimulant and opioid drugs A first attempt in the war on drugs and the regulation of the profitable drug market is legalisation of the possession of injectable heroin in the form of syringes and joints, both known to be stimulant and opioid drugs. In order to control possible illegal trade, as a result of this amendment, a person can possess a maximum of two prescribed drugs. This amendment is not to encourage drugs use, it is facing reality of San Andreas inordinate drug market and the thousands of kilos being distributed on a monthly basis.1 Drugs is not going going to fade away, doing nothing is no option. Current applicable article SA-PSC § V.1 SA-PSC § V.1. Possession of an illegal substance It is strictly forbidden in the great state of San Andreas, the acts of introducing, manufacturing, holding or distributing by any means any type of mind-altering substances not necessarily limited to weed, heroin and meth, that might impair others. If ingredients are find alongside with the illegal substance, and they are used to produce these substances, they are to be seized with the drugs. Amended article SA-PSC § V.1 SA-PSC § V.1. Possession of an illegal substance It is strictly forbidden in the great state of San Andreas, the acts of introducing, manufacturing, possessing or distributing by any means weed, heroin or meth. If ingredients are found alongside with the illegal substance, and they are used to produce these substances, they are to be seized with the drugs. The exception to prohibited possession is sole possession of two or less drugs in the form of joints or syringes. The Governor's Office requests Chief Justice Lockeheed to implement the amendment. @Weston @US Congress This amendment was passed by the San Andreas Government on January 8, 2020.
  15. SAN ANDREAS PHONE DIRECTORY 1st edition An easy online directory to find the contact details of businesses and citizens across San Andreas. Registration of contact details is free. Registration requires your first and last name / the company name and a phone number. Share the aforementioned information below and you will be added to the directory. The directory is in alphabetical order of the last name. (( This topic is in-character and created to stimulate roleplay encounters. )) PEOPLE To be added. BUSINESSES To be added.
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