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STATE GOVERNMENT OF SAN ANDREAS

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

Governor of San Andreas His Excellency The Honourable Mr. Phil Bad CVO
Lieutenant-Governor of San Andreas The Honourable Chief Justice Lawson Blake QC
Official Secretary to the Governor Flight Lieutenant Robert Pump AO CVO ADC
Attorney-General Sir Harvey Sanderson KCVO
Secretary of Justice Mr. Alec Blair AM APM
Assistant Secretary of Justice (SAES) Mr. Jason Stuarts ASM
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court The Honourable Chief Justice Lawson Blake QC

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  2. Good Morning Mr Williams, Thank you for your application, at this stage we are in a transition period for members wishing to join the BAR Association. I ask you to head down to your local job centre and place an application through there. I will be in contact in response to your application lodged there. Kind Regards Terry Totz BAR Association President
  3. Good Morning Mr Hiker, Thank you for your application, at this stage we are in a transition period for members wishing to join the BAR Association. I ask you to head down to your local job centre and place an application through there. I will be in contact in response to your application lodged there. Kind Regards Terry Totz BAR Association President
  4. Supreme Court of San Andreas Provisional Legal Practitioner Registration Pursuant to Legal Representatives Regulation 2019 Part A - Personal Details Q1 - Your name First Name: Thomas Last Name: Williams Q2 - Are you already registered as a Legal Practitioner in San Andreas and is requesting a name change only? (Fill in the box with X) [x] - No - Go to Q3 below [ ] - Yes - Please list your previous name: Part B - New Registrants Only: Q3 - Attach Criminal Record below: (Copy and paste image directly after uploading it to a image hosting site) https://imgur.com/undefined Q4 - Attach Test Result below: (Your Legal Knowledge Test) https://imgur.com/undefined Q5 - Supervisor Details: (Must be a full legal practitioner. Attach a letter of acceptance to supervise below) First Name: Harvey Last Name: Specter Letter of Acceptance: To whom it may concern, I, Harvey Specter, a fully licenced legal practitioner am happy to take on [name] as a provisional practitioner. Harvey Specter 24/12/2020 Part C - Acknowledgement - Failure to acknowledge the following will result in penalties I acknowledge that under section 22 of the Crimes Act 2018 and section 8 of the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 that it is an offence to provide falsified statements or evidence and may result in harsh penalty if convicted. Signed by: Thomas Williams
  5. Supreme Court of San Andreas Provisional Legal Practitioner Registration Pursuant to Legal Representatives Regulation 2019 Part A - Personal Details Q1 - Your name First Name: Steve Last Name: Hiker Q2 - Are you already registered as a Legal Practitioner in San Andreas and is requesting a name change only? (Fill in the box with X) [X] - No - Go to Q3 below [ ] - Yes - Please list your previous name: Part B - New Registrants Only: Q3 - Attach Criminal Record below: (Copy and paste image directly after uploading it to a image hosting site) Q4 - Attach Test Result below: (Your Legal Knowledge Test) Q5 - Supervisor Details: (Must be a full legal practitioner. Attach a letter of acceptance to supervise below) First Name: Harvey Last Name: Spector Letter of Acceptance: To whom it may concern, I, Harvey Specter, a fully licenced legal practitioner am happy to take on Steve Hiker as a provisional practitioner. Harvey Specter 24/12/2020 Part C - Acknowledgement - Failure to acknowledge the following will result in penalties I acknowledge that under section 22 of the Crimes Act 2018 and section 8 of the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 that it is an offence to provide falsified statements or evidence and may result in harsh penalty if convicted. Signed by:
  6. NOTICE OF MOTION COURT DETAILS Court: Administrative Tribunal of the Department of Justice #Division Small Claims Division TITLE OF PROCEEDINGS Plaintiff Dominic Luca Defendant San Andreas Police Force FILING DETAILS Person seeking orders San Andreas Police Force Defendant #Filed in relation to Statement of Claim #Legal representative Harold Holt PERSON AFFECTED BY ORDERS SOUGHT Dominic Luca Defendant ORDERS SOUGHT 1 The Court set aside the statement of claim as originating process. 2 The plaintiff's pay the defendant's costs. ARGUMENTS 1. The Defense seeks to an order from the Department of Justice Tribunal to strike out the statement of claim filed by the plaintiff on the following grounds. a. The statement of claim amounts to an abuse of process as it discloses no reasonable cause of action giving rise to circumstances in which the Department of Justice Tribunal, by virtue of it's inherent powers as a Court set out in s 1 of the Judicial Procedures Act, ought to dismiss the proceedings; and or In respect of this argument, we submit that statement of claim amounts to an abuse of process in that there is no issue to be tried. The statement of claim discloses no law upon which it's action relies, nor discloses the remedy in which it seeks. It was authoritatively observed by their Honours of the High Court General Steel Industries Inc v Commissioner for Railways (NSW) (1964) 112 CLR 125 that a claim that is 'manifestly groundless' ought to attract summary dismissal as an abuse of process. Given the statement of claim submitted by the plaintiffs discloses no law, basis or remedy upon which it seeks the intervention of the tribunal, it is blatantly without the support of the necessary legal grounds General Steel Industries Inc v Commissioner for Railways so described as constituting a case that discloses no reasonable cause of action. Furthermore we submit that the Tribunal recognise the statement of claims for what it is, that is a case with no real issue to be tried, and as such, an abuse of process attracting summary dismissal. b. The statement of claim amounts to an abuse of process as it has no reasonable prospect of success giving rise to circumstances in which the Department of Justice Tribunal, by virtue of it's inherent powers as a Court set out in s 1 of the Judicial Procedures Act, ought to dismiss the proceedings. In respect of this argument, we submit that irrespective of whether or not the basis upon which or a reasonable cause of action can be inferred or derived from the statement of claim, it should nevertheless be struck out as an abuse of process as it remains without a reasonable prospect of success. Under the Corporations, Contracts and Labour Act, the operative law in respect of employment and dismissal, there exists no bar or restriction upon the grounds or basis upon which an employer can dismiss an employee, save for provisions that permit the creation of contracts which themselves could amount to a restriction on the decision to terminate employee relations. The Act is predominantly concerned with how the dismissal occurs, and whether payments are made in lieu of notice, rather than why. As the statement of claim only raises arguments concerning the reasons for dismissal, reasons which the law is silent upon and leaves open the employers, the cases' main legal arguments aren't legal arguments at all. Put another way, the contravention the plaintiff purports to seek the rectification of isn't a contravention at all, as on any plain reading of the applicable law, the reasons for dismissal with which the plaintiff directs the heart of his 'legal' argument towards aren't legally relevant or actionable whatsoever. Simply put, the 'law' that purportedly supports the case doesn't exist. In being devoid of any actionable basis, it would appear on any plain reading of the statement of claim that a trier of law and fact would be left in no plausible position to accede in favour of the plaintiff, giving rise to circumstances we believe aptly amount to a case with 'no reasonable prospect of success'. 2. In respect of the arguments pertaining to the exercise of inherent powers, in any doubt let it be know to this Tribunal that according to Brimson v Concrete Pipes, a persuasive NSW Supreme Court decision, that all Courts possess inherent powers which must be exercised in the event a case is brought that amounts to an abuse of process. SIGNATURE Harold Holt Capacity - Barrister Date of signature - 14/12/2020 #NOTICE TO PERSON AFFECTED BY ORDERS SOUGHT
  7. Government House - San Andreas Office of the Governor of San Andreas @Alec - SECRETARY OF JUSTICE FOR INFORMATION @Moogle - Governor of San Andreas @SANDR - Commissioner of Police NOTICE OF INTERVENTION BY PERSON ENTITLED TO INTERVENE 1. The office acknowledges the submission of civil litigation claim by Mr. Dominic Luca. 2. The office is intervening this litigation as a respondent as the office was consulted prior to the applicant's dismissal both as a Command Level officer and subsequently, dismissal from the Police Force. 3. The office accepts the concept of "redundancy" proposed by the applicant's representative is founded on the basis of a relevant case law proposed by Bright J in R v Industrial Commission (SA); Ex parte Adelaide Milk Supply Co-operative Ltd (1977) 16 SA SR 6. However in the same case, Bray CJ made the following comments: "I should begin by saying that I agree with Bright J that the concept of redundancy in the context we are discussing seems to be simply this, that a job becomes redundant when the employer no longer desires to have it performed by anyone." 4. Therefore, the office contends that the concept of "redundancy" must be construed in the context in which it appears, especially in the circumstance that it is not defined by any legislation in Australia, a position that is held in Dibb v Commissioner of Taxation [2004] FCAFC 126. 5. As such, I note the observations of Ryan J in Jones v Department of Energy and Minerals (1995) 60 IR 304, that: "However, it is within the employer’s prerogative to rearrange the organisational structure by breaking up the collection of functions, duties and responsibilities attached to a single position and distributing them among the holders of other positions, including newly-created positions. It is inappropriate now to attempt an exhaustive description of the methods by which a reorganization of that kind may be achieved... What is critical for the purpose of identify a redundancy is whether the older of the former position has, after the re-organisation, any duties left to discharge. If there is no longer any function or duty to be performed by that person, his or her position becomes redundant in the sense in which the word was used in the Adelaide Milk Co-operative case." 6. In addition, in Quality Bakers of Australia Ltd v Goulding (1995) 60 IR 327: "There was no dispute that "the operational requirements" of a business may include redundancy. A redundancy will arise where an employer has labour in excess of the requirements of the business; where the employer no longer wishes to have a particular job performed; or where the employer wishes to amalgamate jobs … As was said in Bunnetts’ case (Bunnett v Henderson's Federal Spring Works Pty Ltd) (1989) AILR 356: "Organisational restructuring may result in a position being abolished and the functions or some of them being given to another or split amongst others." " 7. As such, on the basis that Mr. Dominic Luca's labour is in excess of the requirements of SAPF, he was made redundant from SAPF Tactical Assault Command and subsequently General Duties by the Commissioners' Office, in consultation with myself, the current Commander of the Tactical Assault Command and General Duties. 8. To shed more historical context on this matter, Mr. Dominic Luca was originally to be dismissed on punitive grounds as despite being on his final warning, he continued to "lead by example"and make "passionate views and opinions" in SAPF domains in front of officers of every rank. Objectively, while he was an excellent tactician and was a subject matter expert in the tactical specialisation of our Police Force, he leadership capabilities had always been brought into question. Had the Commissioner pursued another internal investigation against the applicant, he would've likely been dismissed on punitive grounds. (Reference Personnel Administrative Files for final warning, on obtaining Freedom of Information). Below are examples of his "passionate views and opinions" that would've led to his eventual punitive dismissal: 9. With the redundancy payment, the Governor had gone ahead and directed Fleeca Bank to authorise the redundancy payment into the applicant's bank account. 10. To conclude, if it provides a faster and easier mean to resolve this situation, in light of his actions after his resignation from the office as the Commander of Tactical Assault Command, it is of the office's opinion that his re-employment as a SAPF officer is untenable. In exercise of the Governor's reserve powers, notwithstanding this civil litigation, the Secretary of Justice and the Commissioner of Police are hereby directed to not re-hire the applicant into the SAPF. By His Excellency's Command, Robert Pump AO, CVO, ADC Flight Lieutenant Official Secretary to the Governor of San Andreas
  8. Contact Details - Applicant First Name: Charles Last Name: Soloman Mobile: 999-230 Discord: crossy#2207 Contact Details - Client (If this application is submitted by a registered legal practitioner) First Name: Dominic Last Name: Luca Mobile: 105850 Discord: K S T Y L E Z#6036 For Claims Respondent Name: Marlin Orkins Respondent Organisation: SAPF Respondent Callsign (if known): DCOP Respondent Discord (if known): vanvan#0976 Respondent Name: Lucas Shaw Respondent Organisation: SAPF Respondent Callsign (if known): COP Respondent Discord (if known): itsSANDR#5491 Statement of Claims: On the 17th of November my client was issued a redundancy letter from the Deputy Commissioner of Police Marlin Orkins. At the time of issue my client held the rank of an Auxiliary Sergeant III within the Tactical Assault Command with the badge number of VET-15. During Dominic Luca's long career within the San Andreas Police Force he served his time primarily within the SWAT department before the merger to TAC which he successfully completed a full tenure as the Superintendent before being accepted by the Commissioners Office to undertake a further duration of time before stepping down to allow for growth and opportunity amongst the officers he moulded through his vigorous work ethic. Today, 13th of December, I had multiple conversations with officers currently serving in the San Andreas Police Force and Australian Federal Police. The officers of a multitude of different ranks informed me that there is still Auxiliary Sergeants serving within the force, Recruitment is currently temporarily closed however that is due to a new system being implemented and crime is still peaking within Los Santos. The redundancy package has still not yet been paid to my client, regardless of his communication to the Commissioners Office asking for his job back. Dominic Luca feels he has been the target of a personalised attack from the Commissioners Office due to his over passionate views and opinions and strict style policing tactics. Now, To the redundancy itself. The word Redundant comes from British heritage and is widely known throughout the global dictionary as; A person no longer employed because there is no more work available, But what does that really mean? Here I'll break it down for you. Genuine redundancy's occur when employers no longer require a worker for the following reasons; Introduces new technology to replace labour, Crime rate slows down requiring less police officers, The Police force closes down, The police force relocates interstate or overseas or restructures due to a merger or takeover. A dismissal is not a genuine redundancy if the employer still needs the employee's job to be done by someone(eg. hires someone else to do the job), has not followed relevant requirements to consult with employees about the redundancy and award entitlements or could have reasonably given the employee another job(eg. different department). In my opinion, Dominic Luca has been issued a package which is not in accordance with the meaning of a genuine redundancy package and was used in such a way to remove him from his position as an Auxiliary Sergeant in an unfairly manner. This claim is requesting that the Department of Justice and Australian Federal Police Commissioners Office investigate the claims. To further seek evidence, I would like to formally request the following information with all confidential information redacted for the records of this claim; 1. How many redundancy packages have been offered in the past year? 2. How many redundancy packages have been paid within the past year? 3. Why do the SAPF still maintain Auxiliary Sergeant positions & internal legislative to apply for these positions? 4. Why are the SAPF still undertaking recruitment if officers are not required for General Duty policing? Evidence: 1.1 Dominic Luca Redundancy - Google Docs 1.2 Rank Structure of SAPF 1.3 Recruitment of SAPF 1.4 Crime Rate of Los Santos Acknowledgement: Failure to acknowledge the following will result in penalties 1. I acknowledge that under section 22 of the Crimes Act 2018 and section 8 of the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 that it is an offence to provide falsified statements or evidence and may result in harsh penalty if convicted. (Y) 2. I acknowledge that under section 15 of the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 that there will be a fee associated with the proceedings of this case, per person in each party. (Y) 3. I authorise the Government of San Andreas to deduct any fees set out in point 2 above from my bank account automatically. (Attach evidence of consent from additional applicants to this case). (Y)
  9. Air Operator's Certificate AOC # - 4-SAGOV-20 Issued under section 6 Aviation Security Act To Phoenix Security, The office is pleased to announce the conditional approval and initial issue of your Air Operator's Certificate. The AOC is approved with the following conditions issued in accordance with section 6B of the Aviation Security Act 2018: 1. The operator shall comply with the provisions of the Aviation Security Act 2018, and any written directions issued by DoJ applicable to operations conducted under this certificate. 2. The aircraft shall be fitted with communication and navigation equipment suitable for use in conjunction with ground facilities applicable to the portion of the route in Australian Flight Information Regions. 3. The operator shall make no change in the operation, type or series of aircraft or terminal ports without first obtaining a further permission from DoJ. 4. The operator may enter into lease arrangements with third parties to obtain aircraft without DoJ's consent. 5. The operator must allow DoJ personnel to have access to the aircraft for the purposes of inspecting both the aircraft and its operation, to ensure compliance with the provisions of the Aviation Security Act 2018, in accordance with the standards which apply to operations conducted under this certificate. 6. This certificate shall be valid only while the operator is in possession of a valid permit, certificate, licence or other satisfactory document from the DoJ authorising the operations for which this certificate is issued 7. The operator is approved to conduct aerial work in aerial photography and search and rescue. However, the operator must not conduct aerial photography for surveillance purposes. 8. The operator is prohibited from conducting aerial platform shooting activities and any other activities outside the scope of this AOC's approval in page 1. 9. The operator is prohibited from transporting dangerous goods via the air. However, weapons may be carried by employees into controlled aerodromes and via the air while conducting approved private security business activities. The full AOC can be found here: To summarise, you will be responsible for aircraft acquisition from the approved list as negotiated with the Secretary of Justice (Maverick) via Quokka Group Aircraft Trading, as well as ensuring those who operate these aircraft hold a valid flight crew licence. Phoenix Security will be charged $100,000 per month while this AOC is still active, at the same time when the DoJ collect fees for your private security/Class R licence. Kind regards, Department of Justice Issued under the Seal of the Government of San Andreas on the 6th December 2020
  10. R v JONES [2020] SADC 3 C3/2020 Harsh, The Hon Justice P CITATION: R v Jones [2020] SADC 3 PARTIES: THE QUEEN v JONES FILE NO/S: 3/2020 DIVISION: PROCEEDING: Sentence ORIGINATING COURT: District Court DELIVERED ON: 04 November 2020 DELIVERED AT: Rockford Hills JUDGE: Harsh, The Hon Justice P ORDER: Defendant (Damian Jones) - Fined $1,100,000 and 45 minutes imprisonment, with an allowance of 10 days to pay the fines. Charge 1 (Prohibited weapon) - Plead guilty and found guilty Charge 2 (Aiding and abetting - Kidnapping) - Plead guilty and found guilty Charge 3 (Drug possession - 67 counts of Class B) - Plead guilty and found guilty Charge 4 (Aiding and abetting - Murder) - Charge rescinded by prosecutions on plea bargain CONSIDERATIONS: Defendant self-represented While the defendant pled guilty to all the charges, the extensive and repetitive history within a 2 week time frame shows that the defendant has not shown remorse for his actions. The prosecution requested a harsh sentence to be issued as the defendant was involved in the organising of the kidnapping of an innocent individual for the exchange of his release. The said hostage was later on executed by the accomplice. Summing up the two points above, the court agreed that a harsh penalty is justified, but would prefer a more preventative measure than reactive. Therefore the court moved to a heavier financial penalty than jail sentence. The defendant claimed the only source of income was dealing drugs, by taking away the narcotics and leaving him with a huge fine will leave him in a financially devastated position to feed his family. The court found that request unreasonable as it would not be fair to the other citizens impacted by the drug abuse issues in this State. However, the court agreed to a 7-day extension to allow the defendant a total of 10 days to pay off the fines. COUNSELS: Auxiliary Sergeant C Stone for the Office of Public Prosecutions
  11. Supreme Court of San Andreas Provisional Legal Practitioner Registration Pursuant to Legal Representatives Regulation 2019 I, LAWSON BLAKE, being the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of San Andreas admit David McAuliffe as a Provisional Legal Practitioner of the State of San Andreas, pursuant to the Legal Representatives Regulation 2019 ('the Regulation"), of San Andreas with all rights and privileges thereunto belonging or appertaining. This shall take effect on the Twenty-Fifth day of October in the year of our Lord Two Thousand and Twenty. In accordance with the Regulation, a full review shall take place on the Thirty-First day of January in the year of our Lord Two Thousand and Twenty One for the appointment as a full Legal Practitioner. In witness whereof The Seal of the State of San Andreas be hereunto affixed on the Twenty-Fifth day of October in the year of our Lord Two Thousand and Twenty. Chief Justice of San Andreas
  12. Supreme Court of San Andreas Provisional Legal Practitioner Registration Pursuant to Legal Representatives Regulation 2019 Part A - Personal Details Q1 - Your name First Name: David Last Name: McAuliffe Q2 - Are you already registered as a Legal Practitioner in San Andreas and is requesting a name change only? (Fill in the box with X) [ X ] - No - Go to Q3 below [ ] - Yes - Please list your previous name: Part B - New Registrants Only: Q3 - Attach Criminal Record below: (Copy and paste image directly after uploading it to a image hosting site) Q4 - Attach Test Result below: (Your Legal Knowledge Test) Q5 - Supervisor Details: (Must be a full legal practitioner. Attach a letter of acceptance to supervise below) First Name: Terry Last Name: Totz Letter of Acceptance: To whom it may concern I, Terry Totz am happy to accept David McAuliffe under my supervision as a provisional legal practitioner. Terry Totz 21/10/20 Part C - Acknowledgement - Failure to acknowledge the following will result in penalties I acknowledge that under section 22 of the Crimes Act 2018 and section 8 of the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 that it is an offence to provide falsified statements or evidence and may result in harsh penalty if convicted. Signed by:
  13. R v GIORNO, HAMZE & DEL PIERO [2020] SADC 2 C2/2020 Harsh, The Hon Justice P CITATION: R v Giorno, Hamze & Jagoff [2020] SADC 2 PARTIES: THE QUEEN v GIORNO, HAMZE & DE PIERO FILE NO/S: 2/2020 DIVISION: PROCEEDING: Sentence ORIGINATING COURT: District Court DELIVERED ON: 18 October 2020 DELIVERED AT: Rockford Hills JUDGE: Harsh, The Hon Justice P ORDER: Defendant 1 (Mario Giorno) - Fined $3,000,000 and 7 days imprisonment, to be suspended to 6 days of good behaviour after serving 12 hours of imprisonment. Charge 1 (Weapons Trafficking) - Plead guilty and found guilty Charge 2 (Murder) - Plead not guilty, found not guilty, to be replaced by aiding and abetting Charge 3 (Aiding and Abetting) - Found guilty Charge 4 (Drug possession - 1396 counts of Class A, 1208 counts of Class B) - Plead not guilty, found guilty Charge 5 (Prohibited weapons - 1353 counts) - Plead not guilty, found guilty Charge 6 (Brandishing) - Plead guilty, found guilty Charge 7 (Counterfeit currency) - Plead not guilty, found guilty Charge 8 (Kidnapping) - Plead not guilty, found guilty Sum of Fines: $2,500,000 (Bail bond deducted) Defendant 2 (Pepe Del Piero) - Fined $3,000,000 and 7 days imprisonment, to be suspended to $1,500,000 and 6 days of good behaviour after serving 12 hours of imprisonment. Charge 1 (Weapons Trafficking) - Plead guilty and found guilty Charge 2 (Drug possession - 64 counts of Class A, 391 counts of Class B, 26 counts of Class C) - Plead not guilty but found guilty Charge 3 (Prohibited weapons - 81 counts) - Plead guilty, found guilty Charge 4 (Brandishing) - Plead guilty, found guilty Sum of Fines: $1,000,000 (Bail bond deducted) Defendant 3 (Elias Hamze) - Fined $3,000,000 and 7 days imprisonment, to be suspended to $2,000,000 and 6 days of good behaviour after serving 12 hours of imprisonment. Charge 1 (Weapons Trafficking) - Plead guilty and found guilty Charge 2 (Murder - 3 counts) - Plead guilty and found guilty Charge 3 (Drug possession - 1 count of Class B) - Plead guilty and found guilty Charge 4 (Prohibited weapons - 51 counts) - Plead guilty and found guilty Charge 5 (Brandishing) - Plead guilty and found guilty Charge 6 (Police pursuit) - Plead guilty and found guilty Charge 7 (Contempt of Court - Breach of bail bond) - Plead guilty and found guilty Sum of Fines: $2,000,000 SUMMARY OF THE COURT'S CONSIDERATIONS: Defence counsel claimed Defendant 1 does not have control over the contents stored at the two shared warehouses of the De Rossi Family. Prosecution have proved Defendant 1 is the de-facto leader of the organisation. The court therefore finds that Defendant 1 has the overall responsibilities over his custody of the two properties and its contents. Detective Leading Senior Constable Sammy Salami's statements are credible and evidence provided is of solid proof that he has been in and about with the organisation throughout his undercover role. The defence counsel petitioned the court to consider Det. LSC Salami's statements as just another statement, but not that of a law enforcement officer's. The court upholds the belief that the law is equal before all, and did not prejudice statements against the status of the individuals that made them. Pepe Del Piero had a relatively clean criminal history, while the Handbook for Prosecution applies only to members of the SAPF, the court nevertheless reduced the fines amount by 50%. The sentence may be perceived by the general public as "a slap on the wrist". This court stress that it had to balance the interest of the public, the SAPF (particularly the efforts of the CIB), and to the defendants to the extent it is not trying to discourage them from making a living in this State, nor trying to deport them out of this state, regardless of the current financial circumstances of the defendants and how fast they have made recovery to their financial positions. COUNSELS: M Sandford OAM for the Director of Public Prosecutions T Totz for the defendants
  14. R v GIORNO, HAMZE & DEL PIERO [2020] SADC 2 C2/2020 Harsh, The Hon Justice P @validation 1. The court has accepted this case and will hear this case on 8PM AEDT Sunday 18th October 2020 at the Supreme Court building. 2. Summons will be issued out shortly. Legal representatives are to exchange evidence and witness statements to prepare for prosecution and defence. Issued 16 Oct 20
  15. Contact Details - Plaintiff: R (Crown) First Name: Mike Last Name: Sandford Discord: Validation#9954 Organisation Name (If applicable): Office of Public Prosecutions - Department of Justice Statement of Claims: The three gentlemen are part of a known crime syndicate known as "The DeRossi Family". From undercover operations, it was found that they were dealing with the proceeds of crime and other criminal acts detailed below. These men were chosen after the "Gangs" property was raided by SAPF to conduct find further illegal items in their possession. Raids on the individuals approved by the Secretary of Justice Alec Blair were conducted finding large quantities of weapons, narcotics, and a large number of marked bills. This case is to prosecute on basis of evidence found on possession. Members have been provided bail of 500k approved by Chief Justice Blake Lawson. Witnesses: Officer Sammy Salami was deep undercover within the gang and gave multiple reports back to the CIB head Michael Muller. Evidence: CLASSIFIED Attached below Acknowledgment: Failure to acknowledge the following will result in penalties 1. I acknowledge that under section 22 of the Crimes Act 2018 and section 8 of the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 that it is an offence to provide falsified statements or evidence and may result in a harsh penalty if convicted. Yes 2. I acknowledge that under section 15 of the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 that there will be a fee associated with the court proceedings of this case, per person in each party. Yes 3. I authorise the Government of San Andreas to deduct any fees set out in point 2 above from my bank account automatically. (Attach evidence of consent from additional applicants to this case). Yes
  16. GOVERNMENT OF SAN ANDREAS Honours and Awards Introduction San Andreas citizens are formally recognised for their outstanding contributions to the State through the Australian honours and awards system. An important part of the role of the Governor is the recognition significant contributions to the San Andreas community. This is done through the award of the Order of Australia, Royal Victorian Order, Australian Bravery Decorations, Meritorious Service Awards and Long Service Awards. Nominations With the exception of the Royal Victorian Order, nominations are made by the general public at any time. The Governor has particularly urged citizens to nominate worthy men and women in every part of our State. Investitures San Andreas recipients are invested with their awards by the Governor at official ceremonies at Government House, Rockford Hills. This is usually held on the Sunday after the publishing of the Gazette. Honours List Royal Victorian Order Description: Awarded for service to the Crown Eligibility: On recommendation by the Governor of San Andreas Tiers: Knight/Dame Grand Cross (GCVO) - Not awarded Knight/Dame Commander (KCVO/DCVO) Commander (CVO) Lieutenant (LVO) Member (MVO) Order of Australia Description: For achievement and merit in service to San Andreas or humanity Eligibility: All San Andreas citizens through nomination by the general public Tiers: Knight/Dame (AK/AD) - Not awarded | For extraordinary and pre-eminent achievement and merit of the highest degree in service to San Andreas or to humanity at large Companion (AC) | For eminent achievement and merit of the highest degree in service to San Andreas or to humanity at large Officer (AO) | For distinguished service of a high degree to San Andreas or to humanity at large Member (AM) | For service in a particular locality or field of activity or to a particular group Medal (OAM) | For service worthy of particular recognition Bravery Decorations Eligibility: All San Andreas citizens through nomination by the general public Tiers: Cross of Valour (CV) - Not awarded | For acts of conspicuous courage in circumstances of extreme peril Star of Courage (SC) | For acts of conspicuous courage in circumstances of great peril Bravery Medal (BM) | For acts of bravery in hazardous circumstances Commendation for Brave Conduct | For an act of bravery that is worthy of recognition Meritorious Service Awards Awards: Public Service Medal (PSM) | For outstanding service as a State Government department employee Australian Police Medal (APM) | For distinguished service by a member of the Police Force Australian Fire Service Medal (AFSM) | For distinguished service by a member of the San Andreas Emergency Service Fire & Rescue unit Ambulance Service Medal (ASM) | For distinguished service by a member of the San Andreas Emergency Service Paramedics team Australian Corrections Medal (ACM) | For distinguished service by a San Andreas citizen engaged in correctional service Long Service Awards Eligibility: On reaching the service requirements, nominated by the Commissioner or the Director of the relevant emergency service organisations Awards: National Police Service Medal - For 18 months of ethical and diligent service in the Police Force. Award may be cancelled if service is later found to be unethical or not diligent National Medal | For an aggregate service of 6 months in the SAPF, AFP, SAES or RMS. Clasps to the National Medal | For an additional 6 months of service in another emergency service organisation. (Does not apply to lateral transfers between SAPF and AFP)
  17. SAN ANDREAS POLICE FORCE SENIOR OFFICER ROLES SAPF Commissioners' Office SAPF Commander SAPF Command Level
  18. Department of Justice Business Pre-Approval - Application for an Initial Issue Air Operators Certificate (AOC) Authorised under section 6 of the Aviation Security Act 2018 A - Applicant Details Name: Biggles Worth DOB: Phone #: Flight Crew Licence # (If applicable): B - Company Information Company Name: Phoenix Security Link to Business Application: N/A Types of Activities: (Delete the inapplicable) a. Aerial Work - Complete Part C and E b. Regular Public Transport - Complete Part D and E c. Charter - Complete Part E C - Aerial Work You need to complete this part if you propose to conduct one or more of the following activities: Aerial Surveying | Trade Operations | Aerial Photography | Search & Rescue | Aerial Spotting | Aerial Stock Mustering | Surveillance Identify the Aerial Work functions you wish to conduct x Transportation, VIP transport, Surveillance, Aerial escort and other such services. D - Regular Public Transport (RPT) N/A Ports - List all the domestic and international ports from which you plan to operate, including the frequency and routes Phoenix Headquarters Los Santos, LSIA & Blaine County Airport E - Fleet Charter: You must complete this part if you intend to carry passengers or cargo for hire or reward on NON-fixed scheduled flights, and/or from and to any place other than fixed terminals. List all aircraft that will be operated by the operator: Manufacturer | Type (Aeroplane/Helicopter) x Buckingham Maverick F - Maintenance Does your organisation have a contract with an approved aircraft maintenance company? (e.g Quokka Services) No but will be discussed with Quokka If so, state the company and its contact number below: x G - Organisation Structure and Personnel Chief Executive Officer / Managing Director First Name: Biggles Last Name: Worth Link to Pilot Licence (If Available): N/A Chief Pilot First Name: Simon Last Name: Salami Link to Pilot Licence: SA-1000016 Head of Training and Checking (If the checking is outsourced to another AOC holder, state details below) First Name: Last Name: Link to Pilot Licence: AOC Holder If Outsourced: (will be using quokka to train our pilots) (Repeat above if there are more than 1 check pilots) H - Additional Authorisations Dangerous Goods Operations Do you propose to carry and/or consign dangerous goods? No Types of goods to be carried: N/A Other Authorisations Are you requesting for other authorisations not outlined in this application form? No I - Declarations 1. I understand that by filing this application , it does not automatically guarantee an approval 2. I understand that it is an infringement under the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 to falsify my criminal history or any statements made in this application 3. I understand that the holder of this AOC must be the business owner of the aviation business. Therefore the new owner must apply for an AOC as well should a transfer of ownership takes place. 4. I understand that there will be a monthly licence fee of $100,000 payable to the Department of Justice to retain the privileges of this licence.
  19. Groot, We have received and reviewed your application. Given the size of the vehicle and the risk it poses to the other road users, your application is conditionally approved with the following conditions: Vehicle must not be operated on main roads. It may be driven on side walks; You must place a device on the RC vehicle that will allow speed cameras and police radar to identify the vehicle on the ALPR systems; Vehicle must not be operated in 130kph zones. This approval will be reviewed on 31 Dec 2021.
  20. Department of Justice - Roads & Maritime Services Roadworthiness Exemption Authorised under section 2 Road Safety Act 2018 A - Applicant Details Name:Baby Groot DOB: About 10,000 BC Phone #: Classified Traffic Infringement History: (List each in a new line - Shift+Enter) Clean history to my knowledge. B - Vehicle Information Make: RC CAR Model: Burrito Registration: Grooooot Vehicle fails to satisfy which of the following roadworthiness testing: (Delete all inapplicable) b. Car horn must be in working order f. Headlights must be properly fitted and in good working order, free from damage g. A rear number plate must be installed and registered to the State of San Andreas j. Wheels must not be damaged and of compatible size, tyres must be properly inflated. ( They are quite small ) Reason for Exemption: Dear reader, Given my small statue in size, I face the issue of the in-ability to be able to drive a vehicle of large size, this is due to my inability to reach the pedals and the steering wheel at the same time. I have been gratefully provided this vehicle by Umbrella corp but now face the issue of it not being roadworthy. I'm going to look into the possibility of a plate + Headlights. Sincerely, Groot C - Declaration 1. I understand that by filing this application , it does not automatically guarantee an exemption 2. I understand that it is an infringement under the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 to falsify my traffic infringement history or any statements made in this application
  21. Air Operator's Certificate AOC # - 3-SAGOV-20 Issued under section 6 Aviation Security Act To Gruppe6 Security, The office is pleased to announce the conditional approval and initial issue of your Air Operator's Certificate. The AOC is approved with the following conditions issued in accordance with section 6B of the Aviation Security Act 2018: 1. The operator shall comply with the provisions of the Aviation Security Act 2018, and any written directions issued by DoJ applicable to operations conducted under this certificate. 2. The aircraft shall be fitted with communication and navigation equipment suitable for use in conjunction with ground facilities applicable to the portion of the route in Australian Flight Information Regions. 3. The operator shall make no change in the operation, type or series of aircraft or terminal ports without first obtaining a further permission from DoJ. 4. The operator may enter into lease arrangements with third parties to obtain aircraft without DoJ's consent. 5. The operator must allow DoJ personnel to have access to the aircraft for the purposes of inspecting both the aircraft and its operation, to ensure compliance with the provisions of the Aviation Security Act 2018, in accordance with the standards which apply to operations conducted under this certificate. 6. This certificate shall be valid only while the operator is in possession of a valid permit, certificate, licence or other satisfactory document from the DoJ authorising the operations for which this certificate is issued 7. The operator is approved to conduct aerial work in aerial photography and search and rescue. However, the operator must not conduct aerial photography for surveillance purposes. 8. The operator is prohibited from conducting aerial platform shooting activities and any other activities outside the scope of this AOC's approval in page 1. 9. The operator is prohibited from transporting dangerous goods via the air. However, weapons may be carried by employees into controlled aerodromes and via the air while conducting approved private security business activities. The full AOC can be found here: To summarise, you will be responsible for aircraft acquisition from the approved list as negotiated with the Secretary of Justice (Maverick) via Quokka Group Aircraft Trading, as well as ensuring those who operate these aircraft hold a valid flight crew licence. Gruppe6 Security will be charged $100,000 per month while this AOC is still active, at the same time when the DoJ collect fees for your private security/Class R licence. Kind regards, Department of Justice Issued under the Seal of the Government of San Andreas on the 31st July 2020
  22. Air Operator's Certificate To Gruppe6 Security, Your application is deferred until such time your Chief Pilot attains a Commercial Pilot Licence (Helicopter), as other flight crew licences do not confer the privilege to operate an aircraft for commercial purposes. Your Head of Training and Checking neither possesses a Flight Instructor Rating nor a Flight Examiner Rating. The Department is not satisfied that the nominated person is suitable for the role of training nor checking on the grounds of lack of qualifications and safety risks. There are also no aircraft maintenance services contracted. The Department will not issue the "Surveillance" endorsement to this AOC on the grounds that Gruppe6 does not have a Private Security Licence Pre-Approval to operate for private investigation purposes. Until such time these items are rectified in your application, the Department is not convinced to issue an AOC by the sheer amount of underlying safety risks. As such, no AOC privileges are conferred upon this business to own or operate any aircraft in the mean time. Kind regards, Charlie Kingsford Smith Department of Justice
  23. Department of Justice Business Pre-Approval - Application for an Initial Issue Air Operators Certificate (AOC) Authorised under section 6 of the Aviation Security Act 2018 A - Applicant Details Name: Jason Robertson COO Gruppe 6 Security DOB: 16/03/86 Phone #: 542858 Link to Flight Crew Licence: B - Company Information Company Name: Gruppe 6 Security Link to Business Application: C - Aerial Work You need to complete this part if you propose to conduct one or more of the following activities: Aerial Surveying | Trade Operations | Aerial Photography | Search & Rescue | Aerial Spotting | Aerial Stock Mustering | Surveillance Identify the Aerial Work functions you wish to conduct x Transportation, VIP transport, Surveillance, Aerial escort, etc. D - Regular Public Transport (RPT) N/A Ports - List all the domestic and international ports from which you plan to operate, including the frequency and routes Gruppe 6 Headquarters Los Santos, LSIA & Blaine County Airport E - Fleet Charter: You must complete this part if you intend to carry passengers or cargo for hire or reward on NON-fixed scheduled flights, and/or from and to any place other than fixed terminals. List all aircraft that will be operated by the operator: Manufacturer | Type (Aeroplane/Helicopter) | Model x Buckingham Maverick F - Maintenance Does your organisation have a contract with an approved aircraft maintenance company? (e.g Quokka Services) Yes/No If so, state the company and its contact number below: x G - Organisation Structure and Personnel Chief Executive Officer / Managing Director First Name: Biggles Last Name: Worth Link to Pilot Licence (If Available): Chief Pilot First Name: Simon Last Name: Salami Link to Pilot Licence: Head of Training and Checking (If the checking is outsourced to another AOC holder, state details below) Outsourced to Quokka Group Pilot Academy (Repeat above if there are more than 1 check pilots) H - Additional Authorisations Dangerous Goods Operations Do you propose to carry and/or consign dangerous goods? No Types of goods to be carried: x N/A Other Authorisations Are you requesting for other authorisations not outlined in this application form? Yes/No If so, describe the authorisation you are requesting, providing the relevant legislative reference/s: x N/A I - Declarations 1. I understand that by filing this application , it does not automatically guarantee an approval 2. I understand that it is an infringement under the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 to falsify my criminal history or any statements made in this application 3. I understand that the holder of this AOC must be the business owner of the aviation business. Therefore the new owner must apply for an AOC as well should a transfer of ownership takes place. 4. I understand that there will be a monthly licence fee of $100,000 payable to the Department of Justice to retain the privileges of this licence.
  24. Air Operator's Certificate AOC # - 2-SAGOV-20 Issued under section 6 Aviation Security Act To Bearcat Security, The office is pleased to announce the conditional approval and initial issue of your Air Operator's Certificate. The AOC is approved with the following conditions issued in accordance with section 6B of the Aviation Security Act 2018: 1. The operator shall comply with the provisions of the Aviation Security Act 2018, and any written directions issued by DoJ applicable to operations conducted under this certificate. 2. The aircraft shall be fitted with communication and navigation equipment suitable for use in conjunction with ground facilities applicable to the portion of the route in Australian Flight Information Regions. 3. The operator shall make no change in the operation, type or series of aircraft or terminal ports without first obtaining a further permission from DoJ. 4. The operator may enter into lease arrangements with third parties to obtain aircraft without DoJ's consent. 5. The operator must allow DoJ personnel to have access to the aircraft for the purposes of inspecting both the aircraft and its operation, to ensure compliance with the provisions of the Aviation Security Act 2018, in accordance with the standards which apply to operations conducted under this certificate. 6. This certificate shall be valid only while the operator is in possession of a valid permit, certificate, licence or other satisfactory document from the DoJ authorising the operations for which this certificate is issued 7. The operator is approved to conduct aerial work in aerial photography and search and rescue. However, the operator must not conduct aerial photography for surveillance purposes. 8. The operator is prohibited from conducting aerial platform shooting activities and any other activities outside the scope of this AOC's approval in page 1. 9. The operator is prohibited from transporting dangerous goods via the air. However, weapons may be carried by employees into controlled aerodromes and via the air while conducting approved private security business activities. The full AOC can be found here: To summarise, you will be responsible for aircraft acquisition from the approved list as negotiated with the Secretary of Justice (Supervolito and Swift) via leasing options, as well as ensuring those who operate these aircraft hold a valid flight crew licence. Bearcat Security will be charged $100,000 per month while this AOC is still active, at the same time when the DoJ collect fees for your private security/Class R licence. Kind regards, Department of Justice Issued under the Seal of the Government of San Andreas on the 18th July 2020
  25. Department of Justice Business Pre-Approval - Application for a Private Security Company Licence Authorised under section 1 of the Private Security Act 2020 Dear Natalie Darr, Your application for a Private Security Company Licence is approved for the following business activities: 1. Close personal protection service (Bodyguards) 2. Crowd controlling 3. Property protection (Armed/Unarmed) 4. Cash-in-transit protection Class R Weapon Licence is approved for members of your organisation with the following conditions: 1. When requested by the law enforcement to produce Class R weapon licence, the Bearcat employee ID must be shown to verify membership with the Class R licenced organisation. 2. The following weapons are approved for use by members of Bearcat for the intended purposes as stated, with a strict condition to only utilise lethal weapons under self-defence in accordance with section 29 of the Crimes Act 2018: - Light body armour - Tactical helmet - Combat pistol - Baton - Carbine rifle - Pump shotgun Mk2 This approval will expire at either: 1. Cessation of business activities either under DoC instructions, contract expiry, or voluntarily; or 2. Resignation of the licence holder as the owner of the business; or 3. Surrender of this licence by the licence holder; or 4. Termination of this licence by the DoJ. This licence is retroactively issued, dated 17 Jul 19, when state-owned businesses were privatised. Department of Justice issued under the Seal of the Government of San Andreas
  26. Department of Justice Business Pre-Approval - Application for a Private Security Company Licence Authorised under section 1 of the Private Security Act 2020 A - Applicant Details Name: Natalie Darr DOB: 22-05-1996 Phone #: 473260 Attach Criminal History Below: x N/A B - Company Information Company Name: Bearcat Security Link to Business Application: List of intended activities: Bank Runs Item Transports Static Guard at contracted locations VIP events Money Transport Events Prison Guarding Assisting LSPD in Bank Robberies Assisting LSPD in House Robberies C - Class R Weapon Licence Is a Class R Weapon Licence required? Yes List of Class R weapons relevant to the intended business activities: (Delete the inapplicable) - Light body armour - Tactical helmet - Combat pistol - Baton - Carbine rifle - Pump shotgun Mk2 Explain how each of the weapons declared above are relevant to your intended business activities: x The weapons are a vital aspect in Bearcat Securities daily routine and activities. All Bearcat Security employees will be properly trained in both practical and theoretical assessments in order to demonstrate their capability of safely using the associated weapons. Light body armour will only be used during bank runs and city wide events. The use of light body armour offers an extra aspect of protection for guards when dealing with important commodities such as money and VIPs. Tactical helmets will only be used during city wide events by a small designated team. Tactical helmets will only be used on very rare occasions but again offer an extra aspect of protection. D - Declaration 1. I understand that by filing this application , it does not automatically guarantee an approval 2. I understand that it is an infringement under the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 to falsify my criminal history or any statements made in this application 3. I understand that the holder of this licence must be the business owner of the private security business. Therefore the new owner must apply for pre-approval as well should a transfer of ownership takes place. 4. I understand that there will be a monthly licence fee of $100,000 payable to the Department of Justice to retain the privileges of this licence. 5. In the event that a Class R weapon licence is issued to the company, I understand that there will be a monthly import fee of $100,000 payable to the Quokka Airways Ltd for its freight services to import and restock Class R weapons.
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