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    Mission Statement

    The State Trooper's mission is to enhance the RP of SA F and to provide a supportive rolefor the LSPD and BCSO. We aim to serve all citizens in San Andreas by providing an elite and competent policing force



    SAST Command Staff

    Colonel - [105] C. Nolle

    Lieutenant Colonel - [121] T. Stanton

    Major -[124] C. Vandal

    Captain - [125] P. King

    Lieutenant - [197] J. Johnson

    Lieutenant - [103] M. Clinton





    Our Subdivisions!

    Our department has many subdivisions within to allow our members to expand their knowledge and allow us to properly handle any situation at hand!



    K9 Division

    K9 Commander: [125] Capt. P. King

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    The mission of the canine unit is to enhance law enforcement efforts in crime prevention and detection, criminal apprehension, officer safety, and service to the community. They will assist in the identification of illegal narcotics and firearms, assist in the recovery of missing persons, and the capture of fugitive suspects.





    Commercial Vehicle Enforcement

    CVE Commander: [197] Lt. J. Johnson

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    The mission of the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division is to reduce commercial vehicle involved crashes within the state by conducting roadside inspections and traffic enforcement on large commercial vehicles. The overall goal, of the SAST Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division, is to ensure the safety of commercial loads, trucks and equipment. In order to reduce preventive crashes, load loss and mishaps.





    San Andreas' Bureau of Investigations

    SABI Commander: [121] Lt. Col. T. Stanton

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    The Bureau of Investigation aims to serve the State of San Andreas. Our objective is to investigate and solve major crimes across the State.





    State Rangers

    State Rangers Commander: [124] Major V. Vandal

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    The SAST Rangers aim to serve the citizens of the state of San Andreas’. Our objective is to provide a law enforcement entity that specializes in game and fish enforcement, as well as state park and camping enforcement. Rangers will also insure the safety and protection of city parks and beaches, along with city management of Los Santos. Rangers will also work in perfect unison with the San Andreas Fire & Rescue Department and Search & Rescue.

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    Chain of Command

    Colonel

    The Colonel is at the top of the Chain of Command. They oversee the whole department and make sure it is operating to its full potential.

    Lieutenant Colonel

    The Lieutenant Colonel is appointed by the Colonel. The Lt. Colonel works hand in hand with the Colonel and holds the same power as the Colonel. They are a departmental admin and assist the Colonel in making final decisions within the department.

    Major

    The Major oversees the day to day operations within the San Andreas' State Troopers. They are also the start of the department administration and help the Colonel and Lt. Colonel make decisions. They play a crucial role in ensuring the department's operations and functionality while working alongside lower command and CoC.

    Captain

    The Captain will oversee normal patrol deputies and the supervisors of the San Andreas' State Troopers. They overlook all subdivisions and the certifications within the San Andreas' State Troopers. They play a vital role in ensuring the success of the department and its inner workings.

    Lieutenant

    A Lieutenant is responsible for making sure the department flows smoothly and ensure the Supervisors are on task and making sure they are all on the same page. They oversee the supervisors, assist them with anything they may need or take it up the chain if required.

    Sergeant

    A Sergeant is the very first supervisor position within the San Andreas' State Troopers. They are expected to be able to assist all Troopers with any of their questions or concerns in and out of game. They will help relay information to their superiors as needed. .They must demonstrate their abilities, such as leadership, teamwork, respect, passion both in and out of patrol.

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