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    • From: Public Affairs Branch Date: Tuesday the 19th of October 2021 Topic: Man arrested after Sandy Shores Shooting - Sandy Shores PD    An investigation is underway following a shooting death in the Sandy Shores area this morning.    At approximately 0440 hours Zulu (Tuesday the 19th of October 2021), emergency services attended a commerical property in Sandy Shores on Alhrambra Drive, after reports of shots fired.    Troopers assigned to the Sandy Shores Police District attended and located an adult male with a gunshot wound to the chest. They provided medical aid until Ambulance paramedics arrived.    The male was prounced deceased on scene.    A crime scene was established and Detectives from the Homicide Squad have taken carriage of the investigation.    Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers 1800 555 000 or the Police Assistance Line 131 555, or www.police.sa.gov. Information is treated in strict confidence. The public is reminded to not report crime via the San Andreas State Police social media pages.
    • Protective Service Officer Program     The objective of Protective Services Officers, abbreviated as PSOs, is to keep individuals and interests identified by the Government as being at risk safe from acts of terrorism, violent protest and issues motivated violence.   Protective Service Officers are posted to a range of locations including;     Los Santos International Airport (LSIA), San Andreas Government House, the Port of Los Santos. Sometimes these Officers are assigned to major transport hubs across the State including train and bus stations.   Protective Service Officers are trained to deter, detect and respond to criminal and national security threats. PSOs provide armed counter-terrorism first response at their sites. The Police Transport & Public Safety Command achieves this by assigning PSOs who perform a range of high visibility vehicle, foot and bike patrols and static protection     The Protective Service Officer Program is one the countless opportunities available to members of the San Andreas State Police. Since the conception of the Protective Service Officer program they have been a reliable resource in the deterance, prevention and response to Terrorism, Anti-Social Behaviour and other criminal offences at high traffic populations. Since late June 2020 Officers a majority of Officers have been certified in the M4A1 Carbine Rifle. 
    • The Fire and Rescue San Andreas Emergency Services Academy, commonly referred to as the San Andreas Fire and Emergency Services Academy, supports the education and training of our firefighters to be Prepared For Anything.    Located in Zancudo at the Department of Public Safety Training and Education Centre in the State's mid-north coast, the Academy is a modern training facility with a state-of-the-art practical learning environment designed to ensure our first responders have the best knowledge and skills to help you in any emergency.   This world-class resource is shared with other emergency services agencies, both locally and globally, to ensure all first responders have access to life-saving hands-on, practical training across a wide range of areas including fire, rescue, natural disasters, hazardous material management, medical response, counter-terrorism and more.   Practical Learning Environment     Situated in one of the identified high-poppopulation-growth areas of San Andreas the Academy supports jobs and resources in the region. Located at the foothills of the Mount Chiliad National Park, it has served as a base for the deployment of multi-agency strike teams, particularly during the unprecedented 2019-2020 San Andreas bushfire season.   Fire Student's undergo education through a range of topics including Organsiation History, Fire Science, Preliminary HAZMAT, Technical Rescue and more! The Academy categores to all of our divisions including Field Operations and Strategic Capabilities!    Learn more on our department pages!    
    • Australia and New Zealand Army Corps (abbreviated as ANZAC Day) was the name given to a combined force of First Australian Imperial Force and New Zealand Army troops who landed on Turkey’s Gallipoli Peninsula at around dawn on Sunday,  the 25th day of April, 1915, barely nine months after the outbreak of World War I (the Great War).   ANZAC Day is a national day of remembrance in Australia and New Zealand that broadly commemorates all Australians and N ew  Zealanders "who served and died in all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations" and "the contribution and suffering of all those who have served".   The last 100 years Australians and New Zealander's have attended dawn services across the nation commberating the sacrifce for Australian and New Zealand Troopers in wars from the Great War (World War I) to Afghanistan.      Australian and New Zealand Soliders during a dawn service at Camp Taji, Iraq - 2018   An additional twenty one (21) countries observe an ANZAC Day service including United Kingdom, Canada, United States of America and France.     Australian War Memorial, Canberra Australia, ANZAC Day Dawn Service.    The crowd of around 35,000 people is addressed by Corporal Ben Roberts-Smith VC MG who is reading stories and anecdotes from Australian service men and women relating to the war in Afghanistan.     The Last Post is played at an Anzac Day ceremony in Port Melbourne, Victoria, 25 April 2005. The Ode The Ode comes from the fourth stanza of the poem For the Fallen by the English poet and writer, Laurence Binyon. It was published in London in The Winnowing Fan: Poems of the Great War in 1914. It was used in association with commemorative services in Australia by 1921.   They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old; Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them.   An extremely informational article can be found here. 
    • Holiday Message from the DoPJRP Executive Leadership Team   To all Members of the Department of Public Justice Team: Potential Applicants, Integration Phase Applicants, Members and Administrators.    With the Christmas Stand-Down and many of us preparing for a well-earned break, I would like to thank each and every one of you for your commitment, dedication and support to the Department of Public Justice Roleplay Community throughout 2020. It has been a tremendous year with obstacles that we all had to overcome from daily life issues, to a global pandemic and constant changes to the Community and our Departments.   Across 2020, we have skyrocketed our Trainee Programs (Policing Students, Fire Students, OCC Recruits and Civilian Recruits) averaging four new members every month. This has seen a massive increase into our Training Exercises, Restructure of Curriculum programs and General overall improvements across the Community.   One of the greatest privileges I've had being the Commander of the Department of Public Justice is the opportunity to meet and work with some of the most dedicated, committed, and hardworking members of the Grand Theft Auto Online Modding Community whilst also being able to lead and influence a Roleplay Community with a bunch of like-minded-people into a successful 2020!    Whilst there isn't a perfect way to lead a Community into success and we have experienced many new learning experiences as a Team (Leadership Staff) the Community has continued to strive to serve our core values  Courage, Initiative, Integrity, Professionalism, Accountability and Respect. Across 2020, our team has observed many positives during Parade (Patrol), and General Community functions including growing together and expanding across over gaming platforms.   Whilst 2021 promises another exciting year for the Community and our Team, with the continued implementation of various community lead initiatives (Department of Communities and Justice and Increasing Community Numbers to name a few) and the enhancement on our Corporate Services (Development, Support, etc) our team and community will continue to complete the task.    While many read this it will be a time for reflection and family. On behalf of the Department of Public Justice Senior Leadership (Executive Board of Directors and Administration Staff), I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Be safe, look out for each other and our adult members driving remember to have Plan B when drinking. We look forward to creating an amazing and successful 2021.    Recruitment, Technical Support and Development have stood down for Christmas and will resume normal operations on the 26th of December 2020. If the issue requires immediate attention contact us via our discord  and request an Administrator!   Thank you, Senior Leadership Staff E: Administration@DoPJRP.com Department of Public Justice Roleplay
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