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  1. AgentRick

    SPPD Street Crime Unit

    We now offer Probationary Officers vehicles to use until they get their standard issue cars. Have a closer look:
  2. AgentRick

    SPPD Street Crime Unit

    Thank you for your interest in our group. Please send me a PM on the forums and we can discuss.
  3. AgentRick

    SPPD Street Crime Unit

    I was unable to find the definition of roleplaying that you mentioned. I was able to find these, however: By your definition, any clan that has a ranking system, organized divisions or positions of responsibility are role-playing. That would mean that most of the well-known APB clans (On Enforcer and Crim) are role-players. Loosely, that would also mean that anyone who makes their Enforcer look like an "Enforcer" or Law Enforcement would also be role-playing. Semantics aside, the message I was trying to convey was that we don't participate in traffic stops or fantasy activities- we don't pretend to be Law Enforcement. We play the game by doing missions and witnessing people, while using the vehicles, uniforms and structure as our shtick. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to clarify for those who may have been confused.
  4. AgentRick

    SPPD Street Crime Unit

    Ready for a pursuit? The 2-Slot Growl is one of the premier vehicles we offer our Officers once they pass their probation. Premier vehicles, such as a the Growl, are priced at the production cost plus market sales tax. Once a member purchases a premier vehicle, it is theirs forever, even if they depart our clan. All that is required is a mail-back to strip the SCU decals. Premier vehicles are another reason why joining the SPPD Street Crime Unit is for you!
  5. AgentRick

    SPPD Street Crime Unit

    Looking for your new home? We are recruiting new Officers! No experience required. Training, uniforms and vehicles provided free of charge. Come join the best!
  6. AgentRick

    SPPD Street Crime Unit

    We have started utilizing our Twitter again. We'll be giving it a face lift with a new banner and logo soon. Come follow us on Twitter and keep up to speed with SPPD Street Crime Unit news and announcements! https://www.twitter.com/167clan
  7. AgentRick

    SPPD Street Crime Unit

    Are you ready to join the Patrol Academy? Recently, we were deemed the "Bane of Ram Raiding" on Reddit. What is the Patrol Academy? It is a two-part training program that teaches Enforcers everything they need to know about patrolling and witnessing. Only available to SPPD Street Crime Unit members, the Patrol Academy will prepare Officers to take down groups of up to 4 high-rolling criminal ram raiders as a team, or even alone. The first section is a hands-on demonstration of the most effective witnessing practices for both the Financial and Waterfront districts. After the demonstration, trainees will be placed in a live patrol scenario and will be tested on what they learned. The second section is a classroom-like presentation which covers all of the mechanics, tricks and strategies of witnessing. The presentation has many illustrations, and we are confident that everyone will be able to learn something from it- whether they are brand new to witnessing or they are seasoned in patrol. Below, you'll see one of our Patrol Officers with three Probationary Officers who are in the process of completing the Patrol Academy. Join us and let's hit the streets.
  8. AgentRick

    SPPD Street Crime Unit

    The SPPD Street Crime Unit has made several major changes that we are excited to share. As most of you know, we have offered the 2-Slot Broadwing and 1-Slot Jericho free of charge to our Officers. We have now expanded our fleet to include a 1-Slot Moirai and a 1-Slot Pioneer. The Pioneer can be seen below. We have also started issuing Dress Uniforms to all Officers who complete their Probationary Period. The Dress Uniform can be seen below. We have made many improvements to our Class A Uniforms as well. The standard issue uniform will now be a solid Navy Blue color, and our old Light/Navy uniform will be issued to Probationary Officers. These are only a few of the changes we have made at SPPD Street Crime Unit. There will be many more to come, along with screenshots and a group photo.
  9. AgentRick

    SPPD Street Crime Unit

    I'm AgentRick, and I'm the leader of the SPPD Street Crime Unit. I wanted to take the time to post a Q&A section on our recruitment thread for those who are interested in joining our group. If you have questions that this post did not answer, don't hesitate to contact me for more information. You can also use the link above to join our Discord. Q. When were you founded? A. The SPPD Street Crime Unit was founded in June of 2011 in the Joker server. It is a Division of the =167= Gaming Clan, which I founded in April of 2003. Q. What makes SPPD Street Crime Unit unique? A. The SPPD Street Crime Unit has a law enforcement structure that makes it unique from other clans. We provide realistic uniforms and vehicles free of charge to all clan members as a benefit of joining. As members progress in rank within the clan, they unlock additional uniforms and vehicles. We also have awards which are posted as ribbon racks on our clan website's roster to recognize members for their achievements and efforts within the clan. New Officers generally start in the Patrol Division, where they attend the Patrol Academy. Upon graduation, they are sent out to the streets to witness criminals in the act of open-world crime. The Patrol Division has a database containing information from all of our criminal busts, which Officers use to perform targeted patrols. The database gives Officers an ability to lookup any criminal character and see all prior busts involving the SCU, like a criminal history. Once an Officer has excelled in the Patrol Division, or if they meet the qualifications upon acceptance into the clan, they are placed into the Field Operations Division. Field Operations Officers play in organized mission groups. Once in Field Operations, Officers are eventually eligible for the SWAT Team- our elite group among the clan. SWAT Officers have their own specialized uniforms and vehicles and are among the best of APB. Once a member has tenure with the SPPD Street Crime Unit, they are eligible for promotions as Field Training Officers, Corporals and eventually Sergeants. Sergeants can act as supervisors for specific divisions, or can be utilized in administrative and support roles for the clan. As members are promoted to leadership positions and roles within the clan, they undergo a real-world leadership training course which allows them to be effective leaders in and out of the clan. Over the years, many clan members have come back to me and told me that the training they received in =167= actually helped them in some capacity of their real-life world. Overall, the SPPD Street Crime Unit strives to add significantly more content and purpose than simply playing the game. We add a sense of belonging, camaraderie, and a framework which promotes teamwork and growth. Q. Uniforms and Vehicles Free of Charge? What's the catch? A. There is no real catch- this is our theme. When vehicles and uniforms are issued, members agree that they will return any and all issued vehicles and uniforms should they depart the clan so we can reissue them to new members. Q. Am I required to wear the Uniform and drive the Vehicle all the time? A. No. When you join, you agree to utilize your uniform and vehicle whenever you are "on duty". Members are considered "on duty" when they are in a group of two or more SCU members, or when they are patrolling for ram raiders. If a member is playing solo, or in a non-clan group, they are welcome to wear their own personal clothing and drive their own personal vehicles. If a member wants to represent the clan and wear their uniform all the time, we encourage them and appreciate it, but its not required. Q. Why do I need Discord and a Microphone to join? A. Discord is a free and light-weight VOIP software. It allows our clan to organize and communicate outside of APB: Reloaded. We require members to have a microphone in order to effectively communicate during patrols and missions. Q. What am I expected to do once I join? A. We ask that members of the SPPD Street Crime Unit are somewhat active. This means that they play a minimum of a few hours per week. We ask that the members are also active on our Discord, even if they aren't actively playing APB: Reloaded, we'd like to see them online interacting with one another and participating in the clan. We expect members to follow the clan's rules, policies and procedures, which are posted on our website and mostly coincide with maturity and common sense. We expect the members to bring to the table a positive attitude, act as a team player and have the ability to follow instructions by leaders during training, patrols and missions. Q. Do you currently have any Public Safety or Military members in your clan? A. Yes. We have several members who serve or served in the United States Military. We also have members who are public safety professionals, working in Emergency Medical Services and Security. We also have two awards, designed to recognize those who serve their country and/or community by being in the military or by serving in a public safety capacity. If you serve your country and/or community and join the SPPD Street Crime Unit, let us know so we can recognize you for your service. Q. Do you roleplay? A. Despite popular belief, we don't roleplay. The =167= Clan has been running with an organized, paramilitary structure since it was founded in 2003. Our police theme is tailored to APB: Reloaded, and our uniforms and vehicles match as a means for us to attract attention and maintain our notoriety as one of the most well-known enforcer clans in APB. Our bust database is used as a means to patrol APB efficiently, while allowing us to showcase the criminal busts our clan makes- it gives us something other clans don't have. Q. I'm new to APB: Reloaded, can I join? A. We encourage players of all skill levels, threats and ranks to apply for the SPPD Street Crime Unit. We all started out as Trainees when we played. The SPPD Street Crime Unit has experienced members and a structure that allows for members to grow, through training and experience, at their own pace. We will never shame a player for being a low rank or unintentionally dethreating. Our ultimate goal as a clan is to provide a fun, friendly environment where like-minded players can logon, play together and ultimately contribute to the revival of APB: Reloaded.
  10. AgentRick

    SPPD Street Crime Unit

    The SPPD Street Crime Unit is now recruiting new Officers for Patrol and Field Operations. From the time of beta, the SPPD SCU has been the most successful and notorious witnessing clan in all of APB: Reloaded. We are the original law enforcement themed clan in APB Reloaded, with the same style uniforms and cars dating back to 2011. Every member of our command staff has real-world military, public safety and/or management training and experience. With coordinating uniforms, vehicles, awards, a patrol academy, ranking system and a law enforcement structure, we offer a unique experience for APB Reloaded players that other clans can only strive to provide. We have fun and look great doing it. We have been a family-oriented, paramilitary structured clan since 2003 and have been going strong ever since. We are looking forward to growing and welcoming you to the family! Do you think you have what it takes to be a part of the SPPD Street Crime Unit? Basic Requirements to join: - 16 Years of Age or Older - Silver or Gold Threat - Read, Write and Speak Fluent English - Discord Installed / Active on Discord - Working Microphone/Headset Interested in joining? Feel free to hop on our Discord at: https://discord.gg/WTg5UnV Visit our website for more information or to apply, go to: http://www.167clan.net Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/167clan We look forward to hearing from you!
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