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The Street Crimes Unit is the current investigative division for the Los Santos police force. The unit was established on August 8th, 2021.
The Street Crimes Unit aims to investigate and prosecute Los Santos's most dangerous criminals and gangs, as it strives for an average closure time of one week across all of its case files.
The detectives of this unit are expected to operate as detectives first, with patrol duties coming secondary. It aims to accomplish this through three tenets:
- Aggression. Detectives of this unit are expected to be aggressive with their investigations. The hoarding of information with no plan of action is discouraged; investigations should have a purpose.
- Autonomy. Detectives of this unit have been granted autonomy from patrol responsibilities. As part of this autonomy, they may pick and choose which cases and investigations they wish to work on, though they are expected to be investigating the majority of the time.
- Versatility. Detectives are expected to be versatile, instead of pigeonholing themselves into a specific role within the unit.
The unit is led by Jenny Hall EU, Jeffrey Bundy NA, and Daisy Dukakis AU. The Chiefs of Detectives answer to High High Command, who have the final say on many of the major decisions for the unit, such as recruitment.
Jackie Snow, Olivia Copper, Anita May, Aaron Byson, and Tracy Martell act as Advisors to the SCU, regularly assisting detectives with subpoena/warrant writing, and providing advice from their investigative experience.
|Ted||Pit Bull||Chief of Detectives||Jeffrey Bundy|
|Watson||Border Collie||Chief of Detectives||Jenny Hall|
|Peanut||Siberian Husky||Senior Detective||Lily Pond|
|Ekko||Siberian Husky||Detective||Mina Price|
Tools & Equipment
|Office Space||Pending||TBD||The SCU Office has been approved for Construction, and is currently awaiting completion.|
|Briefing Room||69 Mission Row||Inside of the Mission Row Police Department, the SCU has a Briefing Room equipped with soundproof walls and a projector screen. It is regularly used for biweekly meetings and case debriefs.|
|Warehouse||El Rancho Blvd 4||A warehouse owned by Arthur MacNee, SPU's Lead Prosecutor. The Three SCU Supervisors were given keys after Arthur discovered his former tenant was storing felonious amounts of weed inside.|
|UM Invetero Coquette|
|UC Bravado Bison|
|UC Vapid Minivan (Gifted by BTF)|
|UM Buffalo S|
|UM Crown Victoria|
|ID Printing Machine||Inside the Forensics Lab at MRPD is an ID Printing Machine capable of creating Fake IDs for Criminal Informants or people entering into Witness Protection. Authorization from an SCU Supervisor is required before use.|
|GoPixel Static Camera||With the approval of Senior Detectives+, or members of High Command, officers can utilize up to 4 Static Cameras at once to perform remote surveillance on active situations. Similar to the Dashcams, they stream both Audio and Video, however they are not recorded, and do not produce still images. Officers viewing the footage, however, are able to testify in court to anything seen or heard.|
|Brenda Pancake||464||Probationary Detective||Removed due to Inactivity||October 15th, 2021|
|Amber Gold||399||Detective||Removed due to Inactivity||November 8th, 2021|
|Bob Smith||410||Detective||Removed due to Inactivity||November 8th, 2021|
|Theodore Tinker||408||Probationary Detective||Removed due to Inactivity||November 8th, 2021|
|Richard Dark||388||Probationary Detective||Resigned to focus on IA||December 7th, 2021|
|Serge Cross||989||Detective||Resigned to fulfill his Judge Duties||March 4th, 2022|
|Louis Bloom||360||Probationary Detective||Removed due to Rights Violations & Lack of Report Writing||March 7th, 2022|
|Elizabeth Reed||442||Detective Sergeant||Resigned||June 17th, 2022|