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  1. Gazette - Q1 2020 Government House Rockford Hills, LS 21 March 2020 His Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified, for general information, that: a) He made the following appointments on the dates as specified below in accordance with section 2f of the Law Enforcement (Powers & Responsibilities) Act 2018: Superintendent Jax Cross to be promoted to Commissioner, on appointment as the Commissioner of LSPD, with effect from 01 February 2020 for a period of 6 months; Mr. Carter Stone to be appointed as Commissioner of LSPD on appointment of the role, retroactively from 01 February 2020 for a period of 6 months; Undersheriff Emily Holmes to be promoted to Deputy Commissioner, on appointment as the Deputy Commissioner of LSPD, with effect from 01 February 2020 for a period of 6 months; Senior Sergeant Marlin Orkins to be promoted to Inspector, on appointment as Assistant Division Commander - City Division, with effect from 01 February 2020 for a period of 6 months; Senior Sergeant Max Peno to be promoted to Lieutenant, on appointment as Assistant Division Commander - SWAT Division, with effect from 01 February 2020 for a period of 6 months; Sergeant Khalil Mack to be promoted to Lieutenant, on appointment as Assistant Division Commander - SWAT Division, with effect from 01 March 2020 for a period of 6 months; Sergeant Angelo Russel to be promoted to Undersheriff, on appointment as Assistant Division Commander - County Division, with effect from 01 February 2020 for a period of 6 months; Sergeant Brett Walker to be promoted to Undersheriff, on appointment as Assistant Division Commander - County Division, with effect from 01 January 2020 for a period of 6 months; Senior Specialist Dominic Luca to be promoted to Commander, on appointment as the Division Commander - SWAT Division, with effect from 01 February 2020 for a period of 6 months; Senior Detective Johnny Crimsim to be promoted to Detective Superintendent, on appointment as the Division Commander - Special Branch, with effect from 01 March 2020 for a period of 6 months; Detective Max Harper to be promoted to Detective Inspector, on appointment as Assistant Division Commander - Special Branch, with effect from 01 March 2020 for a period of 6 months. b) He made the following appointments on the dates as specified below in accordance with section 6c of the Los Santos (Self-Government) Act 2018 on the advice of the Secretary of Justice: Commissioner Alec Blair to be appointed as the Secretary of Justice, with effect from 01 February 2020 for a period of 6 months, with option to be extended as required; Superintendent Serena van der Woodsen to be promoted to Director, on appointment as the Director of LSES, with effect from 01 January 2020 for a period of 6 months; Inspector Ross Otto to be promoted to Deputy Director, on appointment as the Deputy Director of LSES, with effect from 01 January 2020 for a period of 6 months; c) He terminated the following appointments on the dates as specified below in accordance with section 2f of the Law Enforcement (Powers & Responsibilities) Act 2018: Commissioner Jax Cross, on discharge due to conviction of criminal offence, with effect from 02 February 2020; Deputy Commissioner Rory Free, on completion of tenure and subsequent appointment to the Australian Federal Police, with effect from 03 February 2020; Detective Superintendent Charlie Trudy, on completion of tenure and subsequent appointment to the Auxiliary Police Division, with effect from 20 February 2020; Superintendent Joseph Marx, on disbandment of the Highway Patrol Division and subsequent appointment to the Australian Federal Police, with effect from 10 March 2020; Inspector Wayne Ker, on disbandment of the Highway Patrol Division and subsequent appointment to the Auxiliary Police Division, with effect from 16 February 2020; Inspector Bill Murray, on termination of full time appointment within the Internal Investigations Unit and subsequent appointment to the Auxiliary Police Division, with effect from 21 January 2020; Lieutenant Max Peno, on discharge due to misconduct, with effect from 13 February 2020. It is notified for general information that Her Majesty The Queen has approved the following honours and awards for the following individuals: Australian Police Medal (APM) Mr. Alec Blair, APM For meritorious service as the Commissioner of LSPD, carrying out a number of major reforms within the department. Sergeant III (Auxiliary) Charlie Trudy, APM For meritorious service as the Division Commander - Special Branch, leading to a number of successful prosecutions for organised crimes. Federal Agent Malcolm Graves, APM For serving the community with distinction over a significant period, integrating the AFP effectively with LSPD on general duties. National Medal For service in LSPD, AFP or LSES for a cumulative period of no less than 6 months Australian Federal Police Federal Agent (Team Leader) Sam MURRAY Federal Agent Malcolm GRAVES, APM Los Santos Emergency Services Director Serena VAN DER WOODSEN Chief Superintendent Ricardo RODRIGUEZ Station Officer Alanzo T Station Officer Harleen QUINZEL Senior Paramedic Tori MORGAN Senior Paramedic David JONES Senior Paramedic Ruby ROSE Qualified Paramedic Daniel PERRY Qualified Paramedic Lizzie MASTIFF Graduate Paramedic Crez D'VAZ Graduate Paramedic Jamie RICHLEY JNR Graduate Paramedic Phillip JONES JR Graduate Paramedic Mike JONES Student Paramedic Maverick CAESAR Los Santos Police Department City Division Inspector Carter REYNOLDS Sergeant III Maximus JOHNSON Sergeant II Robert PEEL Leading Senior Constable Rhea NYX Leading Senior Constable Jerry BENSON Leading Senior Constable Ryan DEMEKOV - Effective 25 March 2020 Leading Senior Constable Richard FLEMMING Leading Senior Constable Frank NIPPY Senior Constable Kron KRONNY Senior Constable Jake HENNESY - Effective 27 March 2020 Constable Olivia FREE'D County Division Sergeant II Sam NGUYEN - Effective 29 March 2020 Sergeant I Ryan LARKO Lance Corporal Johnny TAFTE Lance Corporal Strilik VEXUS Lance Corporal Rose COOKED Lance Corporal Nipsey HUSSEL Lance Corporal Joey ELGATO SWAT Division Commander Dominic LUCA Sergeant Crez DVAZ Specialist Xabi SICARIO Specialist Jessica SMITH Specialist John KIMBLE Special Branch Detective Superintendent Johnny CRIMSIM Auxiliary Police Division Sergeant III (Auxiliary) Cicero Adams By His Excellency's Command Phil Oakey MVO Private Secretary to the Governor of Los Santos
  2. Legal Reform 2020 - Public Consultation (Phase 2) - Civil Rights Published: FEBRUARY 10, 2020 1:50AM Contents 1. Follow up from Part 1 2. Phase 2 Proposal - Civil Rights 3. The Public Consultation Follow up from Part 1 In Part 1, the Commission asked two questions: "Should we raise the 60kph speed limit to 80kph?" and "Are you in favour or oppose of the proposed changes?" Out of the small representative pool of citizens who participated, the majority were in favour of raising the speed limit and of the proposed legal changes to criminal laws. Phase 2 Proposal - Civil Rights Maintaining and protecting civil rights/human rights is recognised by the Commission as the most important legislative function of the Government. Civil rights, along with the law enforcement rights have been the most heavily debated topics within the Commission during the reform. The Commission recognises a few fundamental principles that were not explicit and clearly set out in the original Civil Rights Act. This often resulted in cases where these implied rights were not observed or protected by law enforcement agencies when processing suspects. To no fault of the law enforcement authorities, they were merely carrying out the legal minimum as set out by the laws, and in some cases, they were often more generous than the law provides. On the 10th Februray, the Commission had finalised a draft for the amended Civil Rights Act 2018, which can be linked below: Civil Rights Amendments The proposed draft explicitly recognises and provides protection towards an individual's fundamental rights, and sets out their judicial rights when being processed by law enforcement agencies, or while being trialed by a court or a tribunal. The following rights are protected: 1. Right to Life - Free from arbitrarily deprived of life, free from torture or treated or punished in a cruel, inhuman or degrading way 2. Privacy and Reputation - Protected from being interfered unlawfully, or from defamation 3. Freedom of Movement - The right to lawfully move within Los Santos or enter and leave it and the freedom to choose where to live 4. Freedom from Forced Work - The right from slavery or servitude, with some limitations 5. Freedom of thought, conscience, religion and belief 6. Freedom of Expression - With limitations to respect the rights of others and for the protection of national security, public order, health and morality 7. Peaceful Assembly and Freedom of Association 8. Right to Property - Protected from unlawfully deprived of one's property 9. Right to Liberty and Security of Person - Free from arbitrary arrest and detention, right to exercise civil liberties unless deprived lawfully, right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty, judicial rights while being arrested and detained, right to appeal and free from double jeopardy. 10. Right to a Fair Hearing - And the transparency of having the proceeding outcome made public 11. Laws do not apply retrospectively 12. Freedom of Information - with limitations The Act also has provisions concerning: 1. Obligations of Public Authorities - Government, LSES, LSPD, AFP, RMS and other government agencies 2. Legal Proceedings - Remedies on breach of civil rights 3. Legal Intervention - By Secretary of Justice, a court of Los Santos or the Governor to interpret a law, or to respond to a question of law related to the application of the laws of the State. The Public Consultation WIth this, the foundation of our legal framework is complete. Before closing, you're once again requested to let us know below what you think about the proposed changes
  3. Rejected, writ is incomplete. Regards, Registrar
  4. Legal Reform 2020 - Public Consultation (Phase 1) - Criminal Laws Published: FEBRUARY 09, 2020 1:50AM Contents 1. Background of the Los Santos Legal Framework 2. Introduction - 2020 Law Reform 3. The Project 4. Phase 1 Proposal - Criminal Codes 5. The Public Consultation Background of the Los Santos Legal Framework Los Santos, a small island state off the coast between the Australian mainland and the US, is sometimes jokingly known as the "New Tasmania". In 2017, the first legal framework was published with a single page google sheet for traffic offences and at most, murder charges. At that point in time, there were no differentiations between manslaughter and murder. If you killed someone, you're a murderer, regardless of whether you did it on purpose or not. At most you could plead self-defence, but where do we draw that line? Fast forward into early 2018, when Los Santos' legal status was still a small city, the first piece of legislation was passed to recognise the founding of the first generation of our Government - the "City of Los Santos Act 2018". Ever since then, new legislations were enacted recognising from civil rights, to firearms and driver's licencing requirements all the way to the powers and responsibilities of our local police force. Later that year, a survey was conducted by the then City Government on whether the Government should build infrastrctures and model its legal system to that in Australia, or to the United States. The general concensus was that at the time the city's population were in favour of keeping both cultures and to have a unique legal system that is just ours, Los Santos'. Consequently, the County and the local Blaine's County Sheriff's Office was granted the rights to retain its US themes, while the City and the Los Santos Police Department adopted the Australian themes, with SWAT mostly left unchanged. As the population continued to grow rapidly, a new piece of legislation replaced the "City of Los Santos Act" - the "Los Santos (Self-Government) Act 2018". This was when City of Los Santos was formally recognised as an Australian State. In order to defend its judicial independence, the laws that of the Commonwealth, and other States and Territories were declared not applicable in Los Santos. It was shortly followed by new pieces of legislations and a number of restructures covering most of the crimes recorded in this state. Introduction - 2020 Law Reform Towards the end of 2019, the Government had been asked to undertake a comprehensive review of all the laws for this state to cover certain areas not yet legislated, as well as to provide a better clarification on laws with complex wording, and to repeal any duplicates that are often found inconsistent with one another. The mission of this commission includes: 1. To legislate laws to cover all criminal offences applicable to this state, and for laws to provide access to civil claims between citizens and citizens with the Government; 2. Simplifying and reorgansing laws, and repealing inconsistent duplicates to be more user friendly; 3. Creating a number of blog posts to explain and interpret the laws to improve accessibility, to allow ordinary citizens to defend themselves. (Colloquially known as the "LS Laws for Dummies") The Project The commission had divded the project into the following steps: 1. Criminal Codes - All criminal offences in this state 2. Civil Rights 3. Corporations Law - Covering civil ligations, taxation, businesses, torts, wrongs and frauds 4. Private Security - An ongoing demand to put an end to the question of legality of private security firms, such as Gruppe6 and Bearcat. 5. Court Procedures and Legal Representatives - To improve the accessibility of legal services and the utilisation of the courts. Currently there are a number of pending cases to be heard and have been left unattended due to lack of staffing in the Courts. 6. A review of Police Force's rights and responsibilities, to adjust based on the upcoming changes in other legislations. 7. The Australian Federal Police Regulation - On the request of the Deputy Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police, to legislate and hold members of the AFP accountable while exercising their powers in this state. Phase 1 Proposal - Criminal Codes As of 9th February, the Commission has finished reviewing all criminal codes that are applicable in this state, and the first draft may be found linked below. Legislative Amendment Drafts The proposed drafts repeal: 1. Summary (Miscellaneous) Offences Act 2018 - to be merged into Crimes Act 2018 2. Liqueur & Narcotics Drugs Act 2018 - to be merged into Crimes Act 2018 A summary of changes are as follows: Firearms and Explosives Control Act 2018 1. Simplified and clarified licencing conditions 2. Amended Class R (Restricted Firearms) Licence for use by approved organisations on official, commercial or an authorised purpose only. 3. Condensed Prohibited Weapons provisions (Formerly Illegal Weapons) 4. Re-organised and re-categorised penalties to reduce the amount of cluttering in the Police fines list and the marginal variations of fines between similar offences 5. Repealed licence suspension - replaced with LSPD High Command having the discretion to revoke firearms licences upon conviction for an offence involving firearms or weapons. Crimes Act 2018 1. Added a definitions section to explain some terminologies used in various acts and regulations 2. Repealed loitering - Replaced by police move-on orders - to direct a person to move on from a public place for no more than 3 hours 3. Repealed perjury/falsifying statements - Duplicated, refer to Court Procedures Act for "False, Misleading or Destruction of Evidence" 4. Merged Unruly Behaviour with Disorderly Conduct, and condensed the section 5. Repealed Unlawful Assembly - Unnecessary law 6. Readjusted fines and sentences to reduce the amount of cluttering in police fines list and marginal variations of fines ($1-200) 7. Added a number of clarifications to what consitutes a particular offence 8. Expanded threats to include Blackmail, Extortion 9. Added Deception and Forgery to combat against the use of "home printed IDs" or "Foreign licences" 10. Further differentiated Aiding and Abetting from Criminal Accessories 11. Added Defences - to provide accessibility to legal defences while being prosecuted to an ordinary citizen 12. Moved "Forfeiture of Properties" from Law Enforcement (Powers & Responsibilities) Act to Crimes Act - Details what happens to personal belongings and any vehicles left behind on scene upon conviction. Road Safety Act 2018 / Road Safety (Seizure) Regulation 2020 1. Added legal provisions for functions and powers of a new roads management authority - the Roads and Maritime Services 2. Repealed individual mentions of when a licence should be revoked, replaced with LSPD High Command having the discretion to revoke driver's licence upon conviction for an offence involving a vehicle. 3. Merged 41-50 and 51-60kph over the speed limit due to marginal differences 4. Replaced 2x Speed Limit offence with 60kph over the speed limit to combat speeding on the 130kph zones. 5. Clarified what constitutes an Emergency Services Vehicle 6. Clarified window tinting laws - Roadworthiness 7. Secretary of Justice to have the authority to approve applications for Roadworthiness exemptions 8. Better differentiated negligent driving from reckless driving 9. Repealed/De-cluttered a number of unnecessary laws 10. Moved the "Powers to Impound, Seize and Deregister Vehicles" to the Roads Safety Act. - Trialling a new system of timed seizure and permanent deregistrations of vehicles 11. Enacted the Road Safety (Seizure) Regulation 2020 to provide accessibility to the general public as to how LSPD determines how long to seize a vehicle for, to improve transparency in Government operations. Crime and Corruption Act 2018 1. Possession of counterfeit currency, or colloquially known as "Dirty Money" is now a separate law 2. "Dealing with Proceeds of Crime" now replaces "Money Laundering", with expanded provisions to cover any trading using counterfeit currency, stolen goods or other property derived from another criminal offence. 3. Clarified Bribery and Accepting Bribes, and simplified the penalties 4. Repealed Deception and False Accounting - Refer to Court Procedures Act "False, Misleading and Destruction of Evidence" 5. Repealed Liqueur, Narcotics Firearms and Explosives - Seizure provisions are now covered by the Crimes Act "Forfeiture of Properties", and any unnecessary provisions of the law are removed 6. Added Fraudulent & Prejudicial Conduct for Government employees - Covering corruption offences that can prosecute an LSPD, AFP, LSES and other emergency services officers. 7. Amended Management of Public Funds - Empowering the Government, and in particular, Department of Justice while holding the Department responsible for all financial affairs surrounding LSPD, LSES, AFP and other emergency service departments under the scope of DOJ's authority. The Public Consultation While this post is quite long and dry, but it should detail phase 1 of the major transformation of our current legal framework, with the intention to provide a fairer, more transparent and more accountable Government and its departments and agencies to the general public. Before closing, you're requested to 1. Let us know below what you think about the proposed changes 2. Cast your vote on whether you would like to raise the speed limit to 80kph at places where normally 60kph speed limits are posted.
  5. Rejected. Writ from incomplete. I suggest you should look for a legal attorney to assist you with this matter. Kind regards, Registrar
  6. Gazette - December 2019 Government House Palomino Highlands, LS 19 December 2019 His Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified, for general information, that: a) On 01 December 2019 he made the following appointments: Superintendent Isaac Bullivarde to be reassigned as Sergeant III (Auxiliary), within the Auxiliary Police Division; Superintendent Joseph Marx to be reassigned as LSPD Division Commander - Internal Investigations Unit, for a period of 6 months; Sheriff Harry Callahan to be reassigned as Sergeant III (Auxiliary), within the Auxiliary Police Division; Inspector Wayne Ker to be reassigned as LSPD Assistant Division Commander - Internal Investigations Unit, for a period of 6 months; Undersheriff Coco Hustle to be promoted to Sheriff, as LSPD Regional Commander - North, for a period of 6 months from 01 November 2019; Senior Sergeant John Kimble to be promoted to Inspector, as LSPD Assistant Regional Commander - South (Bravo), for a period of 6 months; Senior Sergeant Sky Spots to be promoted to Undersheriff, as LSPD Assistant Regional Commander - North (Bravo), for a period of 6 months; Sergeant III Emily Holmes to be promoted to Undersheriff, as LSPD Assistant Regional Commander - North (Alpha), for a period of 6 months; Federal Agent Jethro Gibbs to be promoted to Coordinator, as Australian Federal Police Liaison Officer - Los Santos District. b) On 01 December 2019 he approved the organisational restructure for LSPD on trial basis. The rank Veteran was renamed and reclassified from Paygrade C-2 to O-8, as Sergeant III (Auxiliary). All Gazetted appointments for Veterans were revoked on the same date. It is notified for general information that Her Majesty The Queen has approved the following honours and awards for the following individuals: Ambulance Service Medal (ASM) Chief Superintendent Andrew Urban, ASM For dedicated service to the Los Santos Emergency Services (LSES) in the role of LSES High Command, assuming appointment during one of its toughest times. National Medal For service in LSPD, AFP or LSES for a cumulative period of no less than 6 months Australian Federal Police Federal Agent Dick TATE Los Santos Emergency Services Inspector Andrea KMW BARINOV JR Inspector Ross OTTO Station Officer Woody HERBERT Station Officer Rosa SPACITO Senior Paramedic Timothy RICHARDSONINSKI Senior Paramedic Brian PRICE Qualified Paramedic Jerry FISHER Qualified Paramedic Phillip J FRY Qualified Paramedic Turanga LEELA Graduate Paramedic Ethan WOLF Los Santos Police Department Regional Command - South Superintendent Rod RIVERS Inspector Zander FINN Senior Sergeant Mark ORKINS Sergeant II Derkia CALLAGHAN Sergeant II Brian PRICE JR Sergeant I Jamie RICHLEY Sergeant I James FINN Leading Senior Constable Stan STALLION Leading Senior Constable Claude WALKER Leading Senior Constable Frank STONE Leading Senior Constable Mike MENDOZA Leading Senior Constable Jim STREET Senior Constable Oliver GILL Senior Constable Peter SULLIVAN Regional Command - North Sheriff Coco HUSTLE Undersheriff Emily HOLMES Undersheriff Sky SPOTS Senior Sergeant Brett WALKER Lance Corporal Jacob SMITH Lance Corporal Raymond WIGHT Lance Corporal Colt BENNET Deputy II Strilik BURG Deputy II Herbert SCHANKEY Deputy II Ashlend FERN Deputy II Tom JENSEN SWAT Division Superintendent Jax CROSS Senior Sergeant Max PENO Senior Specialist Ricardo JAMES SWAT Trainee Ryan LEE By His Excellency's Command Phil Oakey MVO Private Secretar to the Governor of Los Santos
  7. While the content of the article had since been taken down by the author, the Government seeks to clarify that no Royal Commissions have been initiated upon the LSPD. We will work closely with the LSPD to investigate the alleged ‘Independent Commission’ that was mentioned by this article. Kind regards, Isaac IM Smart Spokesperson for Department of Justice
  8. Gazette - November 2019 Government House Palomino Highlands, LS 01 November 2019 His Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified, for general information, that: a) On 01 November 2019 he made the following appointments: Senior Sergeant Zander Finn to be promoted to Inspector, as Command Level - LSPD City Division for a period of 6 months; Undersheriff Geoff Smythe to be reassigned as Veteran, as Auxiliary Command Level - LSPD Commissioner's Office; Sergeant III Jax Cross to be promoted to Superintendent, as Commander - LSPD SWAT Division for a period of 6 months; Acting Inspector John Smith to be promoted to Inspector, as Command Level - LSPD SWAT Division for a period of 6 months; b) On 31 October 2019 he revoked the following appointments: Superintendent Cutup Munroe as Commander - LSPD SWAT Division on his resignation; Undersheriff Geoff Smythe as Command Level - LSPD County Division on his resignation. It is notified for general information that Her Majesty The Queen has approved the following honours and awards for the following individuals: Australian Police Medal (APM) Sheriff Henry CALLAHAN, APM For dedicated service to the Los Santos Police Department (LSPD) in various roles including Commander - LSPD County Division and Deputy Commissioner - LSPD. Superintendent Cutup MUNROE, APM For dedicated service to the Los Santos Police Department (LSPD) in the role of Commander - LSPD SWAT Division. Ambulance Service Medal (ASM) Director Moira PEPPER, ASM For dedicated service to the Los Santos Emergency Services (LSES) in the role of Director - LSES, assuming command of the Department during one of its toughest times. Deputy Director Arthur BLACK, ASM For dedicated service to the Los Santos Emergency Services (LSES) in the role of Deputy Director - LSES, assuming the appointment during one of its toughest times. National Medal For operational service in LSPD, AFP or LSES for a cumulative period of no less than 6 months Australian Federal Police Coordinator Jeffrey ANDERSON Federal Agent Jethro GIBBS Federal Agent Johnny UTAH Los Santos Emergency Services Director Moira PEPPER Deputy Director Arthur BLACK Chief Superintendent Andrew URBAN Life Member Raymond BARONE Life Member John DAVIDSON Life Member Robert VIKING Station Officer James ANDERSON Senior Paramedic Nathan KENT Senior Paramedic Kennett PANDERSON Qualified Paramedic Alex TURNER Los Santos Police Department Commissioner's Office Commissioner Alec BLAIR Deputy Commissioner Rory FREE Detective Superintendent Charlie TRUDY Veteran Dave LISTER Veteran Lenny POWER Veteran Jessie JAMES Veteran Jonathan BURKHARDT Highway Superintendent Joseph MARX Sergeant Jimmy JONES Sergeant John STURN Leading Senior Constable Shaun DAVIS Senior Constable Brad JONES Senior Constable Michael MONTAGNE SWAT Superintendent Cutup MUNROE Acting Inspector John SMITH County Sheriff Harry CALLAHAN Undersheriff Geoff SMYTHE City Superintendent Isaac BULLIVARDE Sergeant II Joseph WYNN Leading Senior Constable Bart BARLEY By His Excellency's Command Phil Oakey MVO Private Secretary to the Governor of Los Santos
  9. Los Santos District Court Hernandez v Los Santos Police Department Notice of Dismissal 1. The court moves to reject the application on the grounds that settlement had already occured between the applicant and respondent. 2. No further actions will be taken. Kind regards, REGISTRAR Los Santos District Court
  10. Department of Justice (Criminal Syndicate Branch) EIIR\OUT\2019\07\02-SYN OUTLAWRY ORDER DISTRIBUTION: Commissioner of Police @Chippo Deputy Commissioner of Police LSPD (Through: Captain LSPD) BCSO (Through: Sheriff BCSO) SWAT (Through: Captain SWAT) LSES (Through: Director LSES) PURSUANT to s13 Law Enforcement (Powers & Responsibilities) Act, the Administrator of the Commonwealth of Australia (in the appointment as Acting Governor-General), on the advice of the Commissioner of LSPD, has approved an outlawry order against the organisation "LOST MC" for a period of 7 days over a series of assault, attempted murder, kidnapping and violent crimes with or without illegal weapons against the LSPD. The outlawry of the Lost MC will result in their headquarters being targeted to a series of raids*, arrests on sight against members identified to be part of, or affiliated with the aforementioned organisation. Members found to be associated with the organisation will face a minimum of 10 months imprisonment, members found in groups of more than 3 will be imprisoned for at least 10 months for consorting in accordance with s16 Crimes Act. *HQ raids does not include seizure of assets Citizens are advised to avoid being in contact with this organisation, as you may be liable to mandatory sentencing if found to be in company of members associated with Lost MC, or within the vicinity of their headquarters. LSES Staff found providing medical services to Lost MC members without police presence or consent may be arrested and may be liable for additional sanctions imposed by the Government for High Command members. Citizens wishing to seek further information may request for Freedom of Information in a separate enquiry. By His Excellency's command, Phil Oakey Official Secretary to the Governor of Los Santos for The Administrator of the Commonwealth of Australia on the 9th day of July, 2019.
  11. DISTRICT COURT OF LOS SANTOS Magistrate Harsh, P Cumberdale v Century 21 Ltd [2019] LSDC 2 C2/2019 JUDGEMENT 1. The original hearing was postponed from Monday 10 Jun 19 to Saturday 15 Jun 19 on request from both parties, to be held at a socially acceptable and reasonable time for all parties to attend. 2. I am extremely disappointed at the applicant for his failure to attend the subsequent hearing and had therefore indirectly wasted the time and resources of this court and the respondent. 3. I therefore see no reason to further proceed with this case, as the applicant forfeits his rights when he failed to appear before this court. ORDER 1. No appeals permitted. 2. The court orders that the applicant is to pay $100,000 in court fees, $250,000 in legal fees for the respondent's attorney, as well as $50,000 for the respondent's lost income. Case Reference
  12. Classified State of Los Santos - Governor of Los Santos DIRECTIVE EIIR\OUT\2019\06\01-LSPD LSPD (through: Commissioner - Los Santos Police Department) @Chippo For Information: AFP (through: Commissioner - Australian Federal Police) POLICE PROCEDURES ON LEGAL REPRESENTATIVES AND GRUPPE6 1. His Excellency The Governor is particularly aware of a recent directive from COP-LSPD issued in 09 May 19 with regards to permitting citizens to act as legal attorneys of suspects detained at LSPD processing cells. 2. On the advice of his aides and discussions with relevant Federal Government departments, and subsequent investigations launched by AFP officers, the Governor issues the following directive. 3. The Governor's position is that the directive issued by COP-LSPD is inconsistent to s10g of Police Force (Judicial Procedures) Act, of which lawyers, solicitors or barristers who are not officially registered in the State of Los Santos are permitted to represent their clients as "lawyers", by simply showing their foreign qualifications. 4. The purpose behind officially recognising legal practitioners in the State of Los Santos is to allow suspects to be defended, or to have their rights recognised and accorded to even when they are being convicted. While the LSPD can still efficiently and effectively process suspects, and to get back on patrol shortly afterwards. 5. However since the issuance of the May 2019 directive, AFP officers have been investigating the LSPD's criminal conviction efficiency and have noticed as of late, that all cells are often found occupied for more than 30 minutes with no resolution. Sometimes there were even >50% of the entire LSPD that were on duty at the time standing in the processing area negotiating with "lawyers". 6. It is therefore important that this directive is to be issued in lieu of the current LSPD directive, that suspects may be represented by a legal representative that do not require legal qualifications in accordance with s6 Police Force (Judicial Procedures) Act, however the purpose is only to witness procedural fairness, provide comfort and ensure that suspects are questioned free from duress, and may plead for a reduction of sentence if such consideration is deemed reasonable. 7. The Governor also recognises that some of the laws may be obsolete and may not reflect the most up to date development in the State of Los Santos. Therefore the Governor is in the process of leading a task group in the biggest legal reform in 2 years history since the founding of the State Government, with the aim to provide a balance between LSPD's rights and responsibilities and civil rights of all of our greater population. 8. Furthermore, this directive serves as a reminder that LSPD do have right to enforce laws over the private securities (or hereafter as Gruppe6). AFP officers as of late had noticed that some LSPD officers have been confused with their rights and responsibilities over Gruppe6 officers. 9. As a general reminder, LSPD officers may arrest, detain and prosecute Gruppe6 officers who act outside of the bounds of the laws. Gruppe6 officers may protect a property or money transport with lethal weapons, but does not provide grounds for actively shooting at passerby. They may also detain suspects to be handed over to LSPD, but does not provide grounds for imprisonment on their own. 10. This directive is effective immediately. By His Excellency's Command, PR Oakey Aide to the Governor 03 Jun 19