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  1. Good evening sir, Due to your rejected business application, your pre-approval application is accordingly rejected. Kind regards, Department of Justice
  2. Department of Justice Business Pre-Approval - Application for a Private Security Company Licence Authorised under section 1 of the Private Security Act 2020 Dear applicant, This is a notification that the Government has received your application. The Pre-Approval will be subject to the content of your Business Application and the outcome of the vetting process by the Department of Commerce to determine your suitability to hold a Private Security Licence, as well as the associated Restricted Firearms Licence. Kind regards, Department of Justice
  3. Department of Justice Business Pre-Approval - Application for a Private Security Company Licence Authorised under section 1 of the Private Security Act 2020 Dear applicant, This is a notification that the Government has received your application. The Pre-Approval will be subject to the content of your Business Application and the outcome of the vetting process by the Department of Commerce to determine your suitability to hold a Private Security Licence, as well as the associated Restricted Firearms Licence. Kind regards, Department of Justice
  4. Gazette - Q3 2022 Government House Rockford Hills 30 September 2022 Appointments and Cancellation of Appointments The Governor of San Andreas directs it to be notified, for general information, that: a) He made the following appointments on the dates as specified below with 1 month probation, in accordance with the Law Enforcement (Powers & Responsibilities) Act 2018: .tg {border-collapse:collapse;border-spacing:0;} .tg td{border-color:black;border-style:solid;border-width:1px;font-family:Arial, sans-serif;font-size:14px; overflow:hidden;padding:10px 10px;word-break:normal;} .tg th{border-color:black;border-style:solid;border-width:1px;font-family:Arial, sans-serif;font-size:14px; font-weight:normal;overflow:hidden;padding:10px 10px;word-break:normal;} .tg .tg-4n2o{border-color:#c0c0c0;font-weight:bold;text-align:center;vertical-align:top} .tg .tg-fzdr{border-color:#c0c0c0;text-align:center;vertical-align:top} Name From Rank To Rank Appointment Effective Date Amir Ahmad APM Superintendent Deputy Commissioner Deputy Commissioner of Police 01 Aug 2022 Jackson Phillips BM Incremental Sergeant Superintendent Commander - Tactical Operations Unit 01 Aug 2022 Chris Lifesaver Inspector Superintendent Commander - General Duties 01 Aug 2022 Lucius Holt Sergeant Inspector Deputy Commander - Tactical Operations Unit 01 Aug 2022 Joey Tribbiani APM Senior Sergeant Inspector Deputy Commander - Internal Affairs 01 Aug 2022 David Seymour APM Senior Sergeant Inspector Deputy Commander - Highway Patrol Branch 01 Aug 2022 b) He extended the following appointment on the date specified below in accordance with the Law Enforcement (Powers & Responsibilities) Act 2018: Name From Rank To Rank Appointment Effective Date Mitch Wick Commissioner Commissioner Commissioner of Police 01 Sep 2022 Jerry Benson APM Superintendent Superintendent Commander - Highway Patrol Branch 01 Sep 2022 Jill Valentine Inspector Inspector Deputy Commander - Recruitment Deputy Commandant - SAPF Academy 01 Sep 2022 c) He terminated the following appointments on the dates specified below in accordance with the Law Enforcement (Powers & Responsibilities) Act 2018: Name From Rank To Rank Reason Effective Date Thomas Williams Superintendent Veteran Early Retirement 28 Jul 2022 Gary Winthorpe Inspector Veteran Retirement 01 Sep 2022 .tg {border-collapse:collapse;border-spacing:0;} .tg td{border-color:black;border-style:solid;border-width:1px;font-family:Arial, sans-serif;font-size:14px; overflow:hidden;padding:10px 10px;word-break:normal;} .tg th{border-color:black;border-style:solid;border-width:1px;font-family:Arial, sans-serif;font-size:14px; font-weight:normal;overflow:hidden;padding:10px 10px;word-break:normal;} .tg .tg-4n2o{border-color:#c0c0c0;font-weight:bold;text-align:center;vertical-align:top} .tg .tg-fzdr{border-color:#c0c0c0;text-align:center;vertical-align:top} d) He extended the following appointment on the date as specified below in accordance with Emergency Services Act 2021: Name From Rank To Rank Effective Date Davie Malone ASM Director SAES Director SAES 01 Jul 2022 e) He made the following appointment on the date specified below with 1 month probation, in accordance with the Emergency Services Act 2021: Name From Rank To Rank Effective Date Jade Bimbleworth Inspector Deputy Director SAES 01 Jul 2022 Jacob Johnson Acting Chief Ranger Chief Ranger 01 Sep 2022 Finnrar Saint Acting Deputy Chief Ranger Deputy Chief Ranger 01 Sep 2022 Bob Grangar Senior Ranger Deputy Chief Ranger 01 Sep 2022 f) He terminated the following appointments on the following date in accordance with the Emergency Services Act 2021: Name From Rank To Rank Reason Effective Date Jade Bimbleworth Deputy Director - Resignation 31 Aug 2022 Finrar Saint Deputy Chief - Resignation 11 Sep 2022 g) The Governor-in-Council, in accordance with the Legal Representatives Regulation 2019, hereby appoints His Honour Judge William Howard Taft as the Vice President of the Bar Association, effective from 27 July 2022. h) The Governor-in-Council, in accordance with the State Constitution Act 2018, hereby issues Letters Patent for appointment as a Magistrate of the District Court of San Andreas (Magistrate's Division) to His Honour Magistrate Elijah Holmes AM KC, effective from 01 October 2022: i) The Governor-in-Council announces that on the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, all legal practitioners who are appointed Queen's Counsel are automatically re-styled as King's Counsel, with the post-nominal KC to be used in lieu of QC. Q3 2022 Honours List The Governor-in-Council is pleased to announce the following awards: BRAVERY DECORATIONS STAR OF COURAGE (SC) Incremental Senior Constable James THOMPSON SC For acts of conspicuous courage in circumstances of great peril In Aug 2022, ISC Thompson was the sole TOU survivor of the raid against the Infamous MC. Between bailing out for his own life or risking his own to save CIB detectives, he chose the latter. He parachuted off the roof he was on to push on against the Infamous MC, providing cover fire for CIB detectives to evacuate. During the firefight, he was able to take down two hostiles whilst securing passage for the detectives to evacuate. ISC Thompson then suffered serious injuries from a combat MG but survived. His act of courage without regards for his own safety saved the lives of many officers. BRAVERY MEDAL (BM) Senior Constable Edward LONGBOTTOM BM For acts of bravery in hazardous circumstances In Jul 2022, Senior Constable Longbottom was kidnapped by an illegal organisation. He was executed as a result of the hostage situation but merely survived due to the prompt response from the SAES. As the sole survivor, he provided invaluable information to the investigation team and actively supported the investigation against his kidnappers and their organisation, leading to multiple arrests. His act of courage to continue with the investigation without regard for his own injuries led to members of this organisation being prosecuted. COMMENDATION FOR BRAVE CONDUCT Inspector David SEYMOUR APM For an act of bravery worthy of recognition On 7th Aug 2022, Inspector Seymour was piloting POLAIR in support of an offshore chase against a suspect. Upon exiting the waters, the suspect attempted to turn around and shoot at other officers in the chase, who were still in the water. Inspector Seymour proceeded to risk his own safety to land his POLAIR at a high rate of descent and just in time to down the suspect, saving the other officers in vulnerable positions. Station Sergeant Sammy SALAMI APM For an act of bravery worthy of recognition On 29th Jul 2022, Station Sergeant Salami assisted the SAPF in a raid conducted against a known criminal organisation. During the raid, one of the breach teams was taken out, the remaining teams were outnumbered. Station Sergeant Salami then offered to regroup and reorganise a new breach team under his leadership, and led the team through the compound under heavy fire and subdued the remaining enemies. His command presence and courage in the face of enemies are worthy of recognition. MERITORIOUS AWARDS AUSTRALIAN POLICE MEDAL (APM) Federal Agent Matt ROMANO BM APM For distinguished service to the SAPF as the first Deputy Commissioner of Police Federal Agent Romano joined the SAPF (then known as LSPD) in Jul 2017. As a career police officer, he served as the Commander of General Duties in Los Santos City, serving a full tenure before being appointed as the first Deputy Commissioner. Throughout his tenure, he was instrumental in the founding of the Highway Patrol Division (now Branch) and the Blaine County Sheriff's Office (General Duties in County). Superintendent Jerry BENSON APM For distinguished service to the SAPF Highway Patrol Branch Superintendent Jerry Benson joined the SAPF in Sep 2019. As a police officer, he brought in his experience as a military police officer and served through multiple tenures as a Command Level officer, earning the coveted rank as one of the only three Chief Inspectors. Since his appointment as the Commander - Highway Patrol Branch, he has been instrumental in the planning and execution of various Highway operations, all of which with the aim to educate road users on the State road rules to enhance the safety of our roads. LONG SERVICE AWARDS NATIONAL POLICE SERVICE MEDAL For service in the SAPF or AFP for a cumulative period of no less than 18 months, who have also served diligently and ethically during this period Australian Federal Police Federal Agent Garrett HUSSAIN San Andreas Police Force General Duties Inspector Joey TRIBBIANI APM Leading Senior Constable Geene TUNGSTEN Leading Senior Constable Andre ROLLINS Leading Senior Constable Alfred CLERC Senior Constable Ashlee CHAMBERS Criminal Investigation Branch Detective Incremental Senior Constable Jack ROLLINS Highway Patrol Branch Leading Senior Constable Raphael DOS SANTOS Tactical Assault Command Veteran Nacho VIDEL APM Veteran Eric TELLER Sergeant Jacob BANE Incremental Senior Constable Kallum NORTON Incremental Senior Constable Jebediah SMITH Incremental Senior Constable Jordan CARTER Incremental Senior Constable Dylan WATERHOUSE NATIONAL MEDAL For service in the SAPF, AFP, SAES, SARS or SACS for a cumulative period of no less than 6 months San Andreas Police Force General Duties Senior Sergeant Brian STEEL Incremental Sergeant Phil DEGIRTH Sergeant Billy HAMZE Probationary Sergeant Gustavo HOODOUS Leading Senior Constable Vasily ZAITSEV Leading Senior Constable Daryl WHITE Leading Senior Constable Michael ROSS Leading Senior Constable Daniel POWER Leading Senior Constable James MILLER Leading Senior Constable Anthony FERNANDES Leading Senior Constable Charlie BRAVO Leading Senior Constable Bob HAMMER Leading Senior Constable Emir OZTURK Leading Senior Constable Viktor KRISTOPH Leading Senior Constable Albie OLIVER Leading Senior Constable Hakeem CARTER II Incremental Senior Constable Kevin LEE Incremental Senior Constable Franklin HUSTLE Incremental Senior Constable Arnold FINCH Incremental Senior Constable Josh MADDEN Incremental Senior Constable Owen GRONK Incremental Senior Constable Jackson Richards Incremental Senior Constable Daniel PERRY Incremental Senior Constable Adolf DEMETRIOUS THE THIRD SENIOR Incremental Senior Constable Albie OLIVER Tactical Assault Command Incremental Senior Constable Franklin LOPEZ Incremental Senior Constable Harry WINFIELD Senior Constable Ragnar ODINSON Senior Constable Ryder HENDRIX Criminal Investigation Branch Detective Sergeant Jamal HALAL Detective Leading Senior Constable Jamal SNOW Detective Incremental Senior Constable Mario SMITH Detective Incremental Senior Constable Jonah PETERSON Detective Incremental Senior Constable Steven SMITH Detective Incremental Senior Constable Adam NAZEER Highway Patrol Branch Leading Senior Constable Markus STRAWBRIDGE Senior Constable Tom CLEMENTS Senior Constable Nathan MUSK Senior Constable Maxine PAYNE San Andreas Emergency Services General Duties Inspector Ava LOPEZ Station Officer Aiden HENDERSON Intensive Care Paramedic Louis CRUISE Intensive Care Paramedic Milo YIANNOPOULOS Intensive Care Paramedic Branden DEAN Intensive Care Paramedic Hatsune MIKU Intensive Care Paramedic Joe WILLIS Intensive Care Paramedic Chuck ROCKFAR Rescue Paramedic Rory MCDONALD Rescue Paramedic Mila LOPEZ Rescue Paramedic Jimmy BEAM Senior Paramedic Milo CHAOS Senior Paramedic Lady JANE Paramedic Luke LENGY San Andreas Ranger Service Chief Ranger Jacob JOHNSON Deputy Chief Ranger Bob GRANGER Regional Ranger Tobi JONES Deputy Ranger Bruce CHIPPER By His Excellency's Command Sir Robert Pump KCVO AO ADC Flight Lieutenant Official Secretary to the Governor of San Andreas .tg {border-collapse:collapse;border-spacing:0;} .tg td{border-color:black;border-style:solid;border-width:1px;font-family:Arial, sans-serif;font-size:14px; 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Gazette - Q2 2022 Government House Rockford Hills 30 June 2022 Appointments and Cancellation of Appointments The Governor of San Andreas directs it to be notified, for general information, that: a) He made the following appointments on the dates as specified below with 1 month probation, in accordance with the Law Enforcement (Powers & Responsibilities) Act 2018: .tg {border-collapse:collapse;border-spacing:0;} .tg td{border-color:black;border-style:solid;border-width:1px;font-family:Arial, sans-serif;font-size:14px; overflow:hidden;padding:10px 10px;word-break:normal;} .tg th{border-color:black;border-style:solid;border-width:1px;font-family:Arial, sans-serif;font-size:14px; font-weight:normal;overflow:hidden;padding:10px 10px;word-break:normal;} .tg .tg-4n2o{border-color:#c0c0c0;font-weight:bold;text-align:center;vertical-align:top} .tg .tg-fzdr{border-color:#c0c0c0;text-align:center;vertical-align:top} Name From Rank To Rank Appointment Effective Date Mitch Wick Deputy Commissioner Commissioner Commissioner of Police 01 Apr 2022 Jerry Benson Chief Inspector Superintendent Commander - Highway Patrol Branch 01 May 2022 Amir Ahmad APM Detective Inspector Superintendent Commander - General Duties 01 Jun 2022 Smokey Rodger Detective Senior Sergeant Inspector Deputy Commander - Criminal Investigation Branch 01 Jul 2022 Tyler Winters Senior Sergeant Inspector Deputy Commander - Highway Patrol Branch 01 May 2022 Gary Winthorpe Incremental Sergeant Inspector Deputy Commander - Human Resources 01 May 2022 Jill Valentine Incremental Sergeant Inspector Deputy Commandant - SAPF Academy Deputy Commander - Recruitment 01 May 2022 Chris Lifesaver Incremental Sergeant Inspector Deputy Commander - Internal Affairs 01 May 2022 b) He extended the following appointment on the date specified below in accordance with the Law Enforcement (Powers & Responsibilities) Act 2018: Name From Rank To Rank Appointment Effective Date Isaiah Huxley APM Detective Superintendent Detective Chief Superintendent Commander - Criminal Investigation Branch 01 Jul 2022 c) He terminated the following appointments on the dates specified below in accordance with the Law Enforcement (Powers & Responsibilities) Act 2018: Name From Rank To Rank Reason Effective Date Jay Black APM Commissioner Veteran Retirement 31 Mar 2022 Eric Teller Superintendent Veteran Retirement 11 May 2022 Jason Paige Superintendent Veteran Retirement 30 Apr 2022 Hope Skepu Inspector Veteran Retirement 30 Apr 2022 George Papadakis Inspector Extended Leave Retirement 30 Apr 2022 Oriwa Johnson Inspector Veteran Retirement 30 Apr 2022 .tg {border-collapse:collapse;border-spacing:0;} .tg td{border-color:black;border-style:solid;border-width:1px;font-family:Arial, sans-serif;font-size:14px; overflow:hidden;padding:10px 10px;word-break:normal;} .tg th{border-color:black;border-style:solid;border-width:1px;font-family:Arial, sans-serif;font-size:14px; font-weight:normal;overflow:hidden;padding:10px 10px;word-break:normal;} .tg .tg-4n2o{border-color:#c0c0c0;font-weight:bold;text-align:center;vertical-align:top} .tg .tg-fzdr{border-color:#c0c0c0;text-align:center;vertical-align:top} d) He extended the following appointment on the date as specified below in accordance with Emergency Services Act 2021: Name From Rank To Rank Effective Date Davie Malone ASM Director SAES Director SAES 01 Jul 2022 e) He made the following appointment on the date specified below with 1 month probation, in accordance with the Emergency Services Act 2021: Name From Rank To Rank Effective Date Jade Bimbleworth Inspector Deputy Director SAES 01 Jul 2022 Valentino Coltrane Deputy Chief Ranger Chief Ranger 01 Apr 2022 Jacob Johnson Deputy Ranger Deputy Chief Ranger 24 Apr 2022 Jacob Johnson Deputy Chief Ranger Chief Ranger 01 Jul 2022 f) He terminated the following appointments on the following date in accordance with the Emergency Services Act 2021: Name From Rank To Rank Reason Effective Date Hank Denver Chief Ranger Senior Ranger Early Retirement 31 Mar 2022 DJ Valentino Warden - Administrative 19 Jun 2022 Valentino Coltrane Chief Ranger Senior Ranger Retirement 30 Jun 2022 Dr Josh Bimbleworth ASM RVM Deputy Director SAES Lifetime Member Retirement 30 Jun 2022 g) The Governor-in-Council, in accordance with the State Constitution Act 2018, hereby disbands the San Andreas Correctional Services (SACS), effective from 19 June 2022. h) The Governor-in-Council, in accordance with the State Constitution Act 2018, hereby appoints Mr Simon Salami ACM as the Secretary of Justice, effective from 01 July 2022. i) The Governor-in-Council announces the retirement of the Secretary of Justice Mr Alec Blair AC APM, effective from 30 Jun 2022, having formally served in the office for 3 years. Queen's Platinum Jubilee Honours List The Governor-in-Council is pleased to announce the following awards: ORDER OF AUSTRALIA COMPANION (AC) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION Mr Alec Blair AC APM For eminent service to the state, as the Secretary of Justice Mr Blair was previously appointed as a Member of the Order for services to the Police Force. For the last 3 years as the Secretary of Justice, he has been instrumental in the establishment of San Andreas Debt Collectors and Correctional Services, as well as to facilitate the judiciary branch of the Government prior to the Law Courts of San Andreas having formally taken over the role. BRAVERY DECORATIONS BRAVERY MEDAL (BM) Senior Sergeant Jay WANG BM For acts of bravery in hazardous circumstances On 07 Apr 2022, Senior Sergeant Wang was part of an AFP-led raid to rescue hostages off a remote island. The raid resulted in a boat chase south of Los Santos. Outnumbered and working under time pressure, Sergeant Wang decided to board the boat alone in an attempt to secure the hostages. Through precision marksmanship and decisiveness, he took down the gunmen and secured the hostages, of which the hostages remained unharmed. His act of courage in the face of enemies saved the lives of multiple hostages. Federal Agent Matt ROMANO BM For acts of bravery in hazardous circumstances On 30 Jun 2022, the MRPD was sieged by 3 unknown suspects with fully automatic weapons in an attempt to break out a suspect. Without hesitation, Matt Romano exited the premises from the rear entrance and circled around to gain an advantage. He engaged the suspects in his GD Uniform without body armour and was able to injure the suspects. In addition to stopping the siege, he was able to apprehend and charge 2 of 3 suspects. His act of courage without regard for his own safety saved the lives of many officers. MERITORIOUS AWARDS AUSTRALIAN POLICE MEDAL (APM) Senior Sergeant Joey TRIBBIANI APM For distinguished service to the SAPF Internal Affairs and Human Resources Senior Sergeant Tribbiani is currently the second in command of SAPF Internal Affairs (IA). He oversees police complaints to ensure they are completed in a timely manner, and without prejudice to all parties. During his appointment, he has been instrumental in the development of IA procedures and had created a program to incentivise officers to conduct training for new recruits. His work related to IA and Human Resources is unpaid. Senior Sergeant David SEYMOUR APM For distinguished service to the SAPF Highway Patrol Branch and as a High Command member Senior Sergeant Seymour joined the SAPF in November 2021. Ever since he was a junior ranking member, he has been consistently performing above and beyond the expectations of his worn rank. Throughout his career, he has been actively involved in assisting with higher duties assigned to members above his rank. Through his own initiatives, he has also been creating mini-events to improve morale and acts as a great role model to peers and subordinates. Federal Agent Julio RAMIREZ APM For distinguished service to the SAPF and AFP through logistics support Federal Agent Ramirez is a long-serving member of the Australian Federal Police. Through his work in the Logistics Command, SAPF members have greatly benefited from new rollouts of equipment and uniform, enhancing the safety and comfort of members wearing them. Ambulance Service Medal (ASM) Deputy Director Josh BIMBLEWORTH ASM RVM For outstanding service as the Deputy Director of SAES. Deputy Director Bimbleworth joined the SAES in May 2021. Throughout his employment within the SAES, he has been providing exceptional medical services and was previously awarded the Royal Victorian Medal for his work as a junior paramedic. Since his appointment as the Deputy Director, he has demonstrated utmost dedication to the profession and supported the Director to address the administrative issues that existed in the organisation previously. CANINE SERVICE MEDAL For distinguished service as a police service canine Australian Federal Police For Long Service TOAST - Station Sergeant Olli Cantrell ZEUS - Station Sergeant Moustfa Hussain CHOC - Station Sergeant King Genrick UwU - Station Sergeant Michael Imperioli REX - Station Sergeant Sammy Salami APM OPAL - Federal Agent Ben Jorgen San Andreas Police Force For Long Service ATHENA - Commissioner Mitch Wick FELIX - Incremental Sergeant Pearce Rowland TEAHU - Veteran Oriwa Johnson FRANKIE - Leading Senior Constable Andre Rollins ZEUS - Incremental Senior Constable Andrew Wing LONG SERVICE AWARDS NATIONAL POLICE SERVICE MEDAL For service in the SAPF or AFP for a cumulative period of no less than 18 months, who have also served diligently and ethically during this period Australian Federal Police Station Sergeant Moustfa HUSSAIN Station Sergeant Julio RAMIREZ Federal Agent Frank TENPENNY San Andreas Police Force General Duties Commissioner Mitch WICK Leading Senior Constable Jackson BOWMAN Leading Senior Constable John GREEN Leading Senior Constable James CARTER Leading Senior Constable Gustav WARRIOR Incremental Senior Constable Ronin NASH Incremental Senior Constable Giorgio ARMANI Constable Max PENO Criminal Investigation Branch Detective Sergeant Gasper REYES Tactical Assault Command Probationary Sergeant Tanto VERSTAPPEN Incremental Senior Constable Jose FERNANDES NATIONAL MEDAL For service in the SAPF, AFP, SAES, SARS or SACS for a cumulative period of no less than 6 months San Andreas Police Force General Duties Incremental Sergeant Pearce ROWLAND Sergeant Noah MARTIN Leading Senior Constable Lexi CAMPBELL Leading Senior Constable Felix FREEMAN Leading Senior Constable Gustav WARRIOR Leading Senior Constable Timmy SLOB Leading Senior Constable Max RAMIREZ Incremental Senior Constable Michael DAWSON Incremental Senior Constable Nick PATH Incremental Senior Constable Pablo ZIMMERMAN Incremental Senior Constable Kay HO Incremental Senior Constable Harrison DANIELS Incremental Senior Constable Ghost DOE Incremental Senior Constable Michael TARIS Incremental Senior Constable Han SOLO Incremental Senior Constable Andrew WING Incremental Senior Constable Aaron WHITE Incremental Senior Constable Geoff JONES Incremental Senior Constable Ret FERNANDES Incremental Senior Constable Arthur ROBERTS Incremental Senior Constable Mark FARREL Incremental Senior Constable Michael KEEF Incremental Senior Constable Jett FORD Incremental Senior Constable Jim JONES Senior Constable Kaleb WILLIAMS Senior Constable Mike MARSHALL Senior Constable Lamar STARK Constable Anthony FERNANDES Constable Sonny CHANUS Probationary Constable Sage POTATO Tactical Assault Command Incremental Senior Constable Jethro JERRIK Incremental Senior Constable Ezekiel BRIXTON Incremental Senior Constable Tamo CHELLIE Criminal Investigation Branch Detective Sergeant Jaxon HOPKINS Detective Leading Senior Constable Barry ASHFORD Detective Leading Senior Constable Dris WHITE Detective Incremental Senior Constable Noah POWER Detective Incremental Senior Constable David MURRAY Detective Senior Constable Brandon WHITE Highway Patrol Branch Senior Sergeant David SEYMOUR APM Sergeant Hudson CHAMBERLAIN Leading Senior Constable Lukas SAINZ Leading Senior Constable Jono WALKER Incremental Senior Constable Ace JACKSON Incremental Senior Constable Nick BELL Incremental Senior Constable Bob SEKKER Senior Constable Arthur BISHOP Senior Constable Charlie KNIGHT Senior Constable Raphael CHAD San Andreas Emergency Services General Duties Station Officer James CRAWFORD Station Officer Kitty KAT Intensive Care Paramedic Blake MILLER Intensive Care Paramedic Arthur WRITIS Intensive Care Paramedic Jonny SWITCH SR Rescue Paramedic Jack Goff Rescue Paramedic Lollie GAMBETTI Senior Paramedic Glenn SAVAGE Senior Paramedic Hunter MELLY Senior Paramedic Amanda HUGGINKISS Senior Paramedic Bentley JERICHO Paramedic Chloe ASHWIN Paramedic Owen WAYNE San Andreas Correctional Services Corrections Officer John EVANGELIST By His Excellency's Command Sir Robert Pump KCVO AO ADC Flight Lieutenant Official Secretary to the Governor of San Andreas .tg {border-collapse:collapse;border-spacing:0;} .tg td{border-color:black;border-style:solid;border-width:1px;font-family:Arial, sans-serif;font-size:14px; 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  6. Addendum The Governor-in-Council is pleased to announce the following awards: ORDER OF AUSTRALIA MEMBER (AM) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION Commissioner Jay BLACK AM APM For service rendered to the Government of San Andreas and to the State Commissioner Black was awarded the APM in September 2021. Since then he continued to work tirelessly on reform projects within the SAPF, including structural reforms and policy changes concerning the SAPF Standard Operating Procedures. At the Government's request, he had successfully completed two separate extensions to his tenure.
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Gazette - Q1 2022 Government House Rockford Hills 31 March 2022 Appointments and Cancellation of Appointments The Governor of San Andreas directs it to be notified, for general information, that: a) He made the following appointments on the dates as specified below with 1 month probation, in accordance with the Law Enforcement (Powers & Responsibilities) Act 2018: .tg {border-collapse:collapse;border-spacing:0;} .tg td{border-color:black;border-style:solid;border-width:1px;font-family:Arial, sans-serif;font-size:14px; overflow:hidden;padding:10px 10px;word-break:normal;} .tg th{border-color:black;border-style:solid;border-width:1px;font-family:Arial, sans-serif;font-size:14px; font-weight:normal;overflow:hidden;padding:10px 10px;word-break:normal;} .tg .tg-4n2o{border-color:#c0c0c0;font-weight:bold;text-align:center;vertical-align:top} .tg .tg-fzdr{border-color:#c0c0c0;text-align:center;vertical-align:top} Name From Rank To Rank Appointment Effective Date Mitch Wick Assistant Commissioner Deputy Commissioner Deputy Commissioner of Police 21 Feb 2022 Eric Teller Inspector Superintendent Commander - General Duties 01 Jan 2022 Hope Skepu Senior Sergeant Inspector Deputy Commander - Internal Affairs 01 Jan 2022 Jason Paige Inspector Superintendent Commander - Highway Patrol Branch 01 Jan 2022 (Seniority from 01 Nov 2021) Jerry Benson Veteran Chief Inspector Deputy Commander - Highway Patrol Branch 01 Jan 2022 (Seniority from 01 Nov 2021) Oriwa Johnson Senior Sergeant Inspector Deputy Commandant - SAPF Academy 18 Jan 2022 Thomas Williams Inspector Superintendent Commander - Tactical Assault Command 01 Apr 2022 Ricardo Bowman Senior Sergeant Inspector Deputy Commander - Tactical Assault Command 01 Apr 2022 b) He terminated the following appointments on the dates specified below in accordance with the Law Enforcement (Powers & Responsibilities) Act 2018: Name From Rank To Rank Reason Effective Date Kenzie Cruize APM Deputy Commissioner Veteran Early Retirement 20 Feb 2022 Ralph Barium Superintendent Extended Leave Extended Leave 16 Mar 2022 .tg {border-collapse:collapse;border-spacing:0;} .tg td{border-color:black;border-style:solid;border-width:1px;font-family:Arial, sans-serif;font-size:14px; overflow:hidden;padding:10px 10px;word-break:normal;} .tg th{border-color:black;border-style:solid;border-width:1px;font-family:Arial, sans-serif;font-size:14px; font-weight:normal;overflow:hidden;padding:10px 10px;word-break:normal;} .tg .tg-4n2o{border-color:#c0c0c0;font-weight:bold;text-align:center;vertical-align:top} .tg .tg-fzdr{border-color:#c0c0c0;text-align:center;vertical-align:top} c) He extended the following appointment on the date as specified below in accordance with Law Enforcement (Powers & Responsibilities) Act 2018: Name From Rank To Rank Effective Date Jay Black APM Commissioner of Police Commissioner of Police 01 Mar 2022 d) He made the following appointment on the date specified below with 1 month probation, in accordance with the Emergency Services Act 2021: Name From Rank To Rank Effective Date Davie Malone Inspector Director SAES 01 Jan 2022 Josh Bimbleworth RVM Station Officer Deputy Director SAES 01 Jan 2022 Hank Denver Deputy Chief Ranger Chief Ranger 01 Feb 2022 Valentino Coltrane Ranger Deputy Chief Ranger 01 Feb 2022 David Willis Senior Custodial Officer Deputy Warden 01 Feb 2022 e) He terminated the following appointments on the following date in accordance with the Emergency Services Act 2021: Name From Rank To Rank Reason Effective Date James Badger Director SAES Senior Paramedic Administrative 01 Jan 2022 David Jones AFSM Deputy Director SAES Senior Paramedic Administrative 01 Jan 2022 Boris Cunningham ACM Deputy Warden Chief Custodial Officer Resignation 16 Feb 2022 f) The Governor-in-Council, in accordance with the State Constitution Act 2018, has been pleased to appoint the following individual to the Supreme Court of San Andreas, effective from 31 Mar 2022: The Honourable Justice Harold Julius HOLT AM PSM g) The Governor-in-Council, in accordance with the State Constitution Act 2018, has been pleased to appoint the following individual to the full District Court of San Andreas, on graduation from the Magistrates program, effective from 31 Mar 2022: His Honour Judge William Howard TAFT h) The Governor-in-Council, in accordance with the Legal Representatives Regulations 2019, has been pleased to appoint the following individual to Her Majesty's Counsel, effective from 31 Mar 2022: Mr Elijah Holmes AM QC, Crown Solicitor of San Andreas i) The Governor-in-Council, by and with the advice of the Secretary of Justice, and acting pursuant to section 4D of the State Constitution Act 2018 and all other enabling powers, order that: 1. The Order made on 31 December 2020 concerning the appointment tenures of Command Level officers (within the meaning of the Law Enforcement (Powers & Responsibilities) Act 2018 and Emergency Services Act 2021), and which was published in the Q4 2020 Gazette is revoked on the commencement of this Order, and; 2. From 01 April 2022, officers appointed to Command Level ranks in organisations listed under the Law Enforcement (Powers & Responsibilities) Act 2018 and Emergency Services Act 2021 will be subjected to 2 months probation, for a total tenure of 4 months, unless otherwise specified in the instrument of appointment. Q1 2022 Honours List The Governor-in-Council is pleased to announce the following awards: ORDER OF AUSTRALIA MEMBER (AM) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION Mr Elijah HOLMES AM QC For service to aviation, to the judiciary and to the State, in the role as Crown Solicitor Mr Holmes provided distinguished service to the judiciary as a Crown Solicitor and was previously recognised for service to aviation in the form of the Medal of the Order. His service to the state has ensured the timely prosecution of offenders and advocacy for the Government and its departments. Mr Holmes' tireless efforts can be seen through his representation in almost all cases for the Government. MERITORIOUS AWARDS AUSTRALIAN POLICE MEDAL (APM) Detective Inspector Amir Ahmad APM For exceptional service and commitment as the Deputy Commander - Criminal Investigation Branch and as a Field Training Officer - SAPF Academy Detective Inspector Ahmad has been a pivotal member of CIB and has been responsible for a significant number of key overhauls of the CIB's underlying procedures, resulting in a greater level of efficiency. Concurrently, Detective Inspector Ahmad has remained as a key and high performing member of the SAPFA, single-handedly responsible for the administering of 200 training modules to new recruits. Ambulance Service Medal (ASM) Director Davie MALONE ASM For outstanding service as the Director of SAES. Director Malone joined the SAES in Jan 2021. Throughout his employment within the Emergency Services, he has been providing consistent and exceptional medical service to all. Specifically, for his unwavering service to the medical profession and for taking on the request of the Executive Council at short notice to support and address the administrative issues that existed in the organisation in his role as the Director. LONG SERVICE AWARDS NATIONAL POLICE SERVICE MEDAL For service in the SAPF or AFP for a cumulative period of no less than 18 months, who have also served diligently and ethically during this period San Andreas Police Force General Duties Sergeant Shaun JOHNSON Incremental Senior Constable Marcus RASHFORD Incremental Senior Constable Logan BANNISTER Senior Constable Jackson TARKOV Senior Constable David CLARKE Constable Rick GRIMES Constable Harry GOLDING Constable Ryan COXX Constable John KIMBLE Highway Patrol Branch Leading Senior Constable Leroy LOPEZ Tactical Assault Command Senior Sergeant Jay WANG Sergeant Tony HALSTEAD Incremental Senior Constable Travis MARLOWE Incremental Senior Constable Banjo GRAYBACK SAPF Auxiliary Veteran Jay JASKIER CANINE SERVICE MEDAL For service in the SAPF or AFP for a cumulative period of no less than 6 months as a Service Dog San Andreas Police Force DARTH VADER - Senior Sergeant Jill Valentine BOOTS - Inspector Hope Skepu GOLIATH - Leading Senior Constable Bruce Willis JACK - Leading Senior Constable Archer Riley ANGUS - Incremental Sergeant Gary Winthorpe LUNA - Incremental Senior Constable Harry Hall LEEROY - Constable Daniel Power NATIONAL MEDAL For service in the SAPF, AFP, SAES, SARS or SACS for a cumulative period of no less than 6 months Australian Federal Police Federal Agent Julio RAMIREZ Federal Agent Ben JORGEN Federal Agent Matthew MOOSE Federal Agent Jason FLIQQS San Andreas Police Force General Duties Incremental Sergeant Gary WINTHORPE Incremental Sergeant Skye CHANDLER Probationary Sergeant Murphy SLOR Probationary Sergeant Lexi GEOFFERSON Leading Senior Constable Harry PUTLAND Leading Senior Constable Archer RILEY Leading Senior Constable Bruce WILLIS Leading Senior Constable Jeff WEAZEL Leading Senior Constable Jake FRANCO Leading Senior Constable James BOSS Incremental Senior Constable Marcus RASHFORD Incremental Senior Constable Liam FLYNTT Incremental Senior Constable Kev MASTER Incremental Senior Constable Blair AVERY Senior Constable David CLARKE Senior Constable Samuel JEWEL Senior Constable Wallace GREEN Senior Constable Malia BULL Senior Constable Mahmed TELEA Senior Constable Akira ITSUKI Constable Rick GRIMES Constable Jordan CARTER Constable Lamar STARK Constable Jim JONES Constable Bailey ADAMS Tactical Assault Command Incremental Sergeant Endi VIOLET Leading Senior Constable Tanto VERSTAPPEN Incremental Senior Constable Travis MARLOWE Senior Constable Anna AHMAD Criminal Investigation Branch Detective Sergeant Abraham DAWSON Detective Incremental Senior Constable Daniel HUNTER Detective Incremental Senior Constable Ralph WIGGUM Detective Incremental Senior Constable Knight ANDERSON Detective Incremental Senior Constable Mark MURPHY Highway Patrol Branch Senior Sergeant Tyler WINTERS Leading Senior Constable Joe RODRIGUEZ Leading Senior Constable Sammy JOE Incremental Senior Constable Alex FARRIMOND Incremental Senior Constable Jack POTT Senior Constable Nick MICHAEL San Andreas Emergency Services General Duties Inspector Adrian MORINA Station Officer Jade BIMBLEWORTH Intensive Care Paramedic Ruby POTATO Intensive Care Paramedic Jonny SMITH Intensive Care Paramedic Ahri REBELLO Rescue Paramedic Luke WINCHESTER Rescue Paramedic Luna MADDOX Senior Paramedic Eren YEAGER Senior Paramedic Freya OSullivan Paramedic Uri MAY Paramedic Stephen GLOVER San Andreas Correctional Services Deputy Warden David WILLIS Chief Custodial Officer Wesley WILLIS Senior Custodial Officer Bob WAYNE Senior Custodial Officer Jade GEOFFERSON Correctional Trainee - Jake CASH Correctional Trainee - Aaron SMITH By His Excellency's Command Sir Robert Pump KCVO AO ADC Flight Lieutenant Official Secretary to the Governor of San Andreas .tg {border-collapse:collapse;border-spacing:0;} .tg td{border-color:black;border-style:solid;border-width:1px;font-family:Arial, sans-serif;font-size:14px; 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  8. Supreme Court of San Andreas - Court of Appeal Commissioner of the San Andreas Police Force v Richards [2022] SASCA 2 HARSH, RICHTER JJ ORDER [1] The appeal is allowed and orders of the District Court of San Andreas set aside. In lieu thereof, the following orders are made: a. Senior Constable Jackson Richards’s original guilt finding to be upheld. In lieu of the original penalties, Senior Constable Richards must be retrained on the High-Risk and Use of Force modules, and; b. Sergeant Peter Sullivan’s internal affairs investigation to be overturned with a guilty finding for Section 8.1 of the SOP, for reasons prescribed in [37] and [65] of this judgement and must be retrained on the High-Risk Module, especially on his role as a SAPF High Command pertaining to scene command and control, and; c. Both retraining is suspended until such time the SAPF Academy produces an updated Use of Force and High-Risk Modules manual to this Court, reflective of the emphasis to de-escalate situations, maintain situational awareness, as well as effective scene command and control, and; d. The SAPF Internal Affairs Office is to comply with section 4.8 of the Standard Operating Procedures with regards to all cases, in their conclusion section, particularly, “all administrative actions must… [detail] the reasons for all actions imposed”. This includes rectifying the non-compliance in the investigation report against the respondent, and; e. In SADC 4 at 14, all references to Senior Sergeant Oriwa Johnson, her statement, and her alleged misinterpretation and misapplication of the law and SOP 6.2 are to be struck out. The explanation at [24] of this judgement is to be adopted in lieu, and; f. The respondent is to pay 40% of the costs for the appeal and leave hearing in this Court, and 20% for the applicant, and; g. The applicant is to pay no cost, owing to the amount already paid to the respondent in the District Court trial. [2] The Judgement Summary is accessible here. Case Information Lower Court Judgement 16 Jan 22 District Court of San Andreas (Guillani DCJ) [2022] SADC 4 Case No: SASCA 2 Presiding: The Honourable Justices Phil Harsh; Simon Richter AM PSM Division: Court of Appeal [2022] SASC 2 - Leave to Appeal Judgement [2022] SASCA 2 - Judgement Summary [2022] SASCA 2 - Full Judgement
  9. Government House Rockford Hills, San Andreas AOC # - 4-SAGOV-20 AIR OPERATOR'S CERTIFICATE Australia - San Andreas - Department of Justice Issued under Section 6 Aviation Security Act This Air Operator's Certificate is issued to: Bleed Diving This AOC is effective from 14 March 2022 and stops having effect: (a) If the holder ceases to be authorised to conduct skydiving operations; or (b) If the holder fails to secure an aircraft maintenance contract by 31 March 2022; or (b) at the end of 31 December 2023, whichever happens first. This certificate is issued pursuant to section 6 of Aviation Security Act 2018 and authorises its holder to operate the aircraft in the type of operation(s) described in the attached operations specifications, in accordance with its operations manual. By Charlie Kingsford Smith Delegate, Department of Justice Date of issue: 14 March 2022 AIR OPERATOR'S CERTIFICATE OPERATIONS SPECIFICATIONS Department of Justice - Civil Aviation Registrations Office Rockford Hills, San Andreas BLEED DIVING Part 1.1 Aircraft Type: Luxor Area(s) of Operation: Location Australian Territory Aerodrome SAN ANDREAS/Los Santos INTL (YLSX), SAN ANDREAS/Sandy Shores (YLSS), SAN ANDREAS/Grapeseed (YLSG), SAN ANDREAS/Cayo Perico Aerodrome (YLCP) The certificate holder is authorised to operate the following aircraft in Skydiving Operations between the aerodromes listed above within the Australian territory. Manufacturer Type Model Registration Buckingham LJ45 Luxor LS-AJ90 Authorised by Charlie Kingsford Smith Delegate, Department of Justice Date of issue: 14 March 2022 Operations Specifications No. OS220314-1-SA Effective Date: 14/03/2022 AOC No. 1-SAGOV-22 AOC Expiry Date: 31/12/2023 AIR OPERATOR'S CERTIFICATE OPERATIONS SPECIFICATIONS BLEED DIVING Schedule 2: Conditions 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 the 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 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 any other satisfactory document from the DoJ authorising the operations for which this certificate is issued 7. The operator is approved to conduct skydiving. However, the operator must not conduct aviation training (not to be confused with Head of Training and Checking requirements to ensure all pilots are licenced and current). 8. The operator is prohibited from conducting any other activities outside the scope of this AOC's approval. 9. The operator is prohibited from transporting dangerous goods via the air. 10. The operator is required to source an aircraft maintenance contract from an approved maintenance facility no later than 31 March 2022. --- End of this Section --- Authorised by Charlie Kingsford Smith Delegate, Department of Justice Date of issue: 14 March 2022 Operations Specifications No. OS220314-1-SA Effective Date: 14/03/2022 AOC No. 1-SAGOV-22 AOC Expiry Date: 31/12/2023
  10. Air Operator's Certificate AOC # - 1-SAGOV-22 Issued under section 6 Aviation Security Act To Bleed Diving, 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 the 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 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 any other satisfactory document from the DoJ authorising the operations for which this certificate is issued 7. The operator is approved to conduct skydiving. However, the operator must not conduct aviation training (not to be confused with Head of Training and Checking requirements to ensure all pilots are licenced and current). 8. The operator is prohibited from conducting any other activities outside the scope of this AOC's approval. 9. The operator is prohibited from transporting dangerous goods via the air. 10. The operator is required to source an aircraft maintenance contract from an approved maintenance facility no later than 31 March 2022. To summarise, you will be responsible for sourcing aircraft maintenance services as well as ensuring those who operate these aircraft hold a valid flight crew licence. Bleed Diving will be charged $100,000 per month while this AOC is still active unless a concession is approved due to financial difficulties. Kind regards, Department of Justice Issued under the Seal of the Government of San Andreas on the 14th March 2022
  11. Supreme Court of San Andreas - Court of Appeal - Leave to Appeal Hearing Commissioner of the San Andreas Police Force v Richards [2022] SASC 2 HARSH, RICHTER JJ ORDER [1] Leave to appeal granted [2] Parties are to make submissions as to their availability to set down the hearing [3] For the purpose of this appeal, as explored in the leave hearing, it is in the opinion of this Court that Section 29 of the Crimes Act 2018 does not absolve a police officer's liability to offences under Section 15 of the Law Enforcement (Powers and Responsibilities) Act 2018. The full remark will be delivered in the final judgement. [4] The Court concurs that due to the complexity of this issue, parties are to supplement oral submissions with written submissions, subject to the following format: a. Times New Roman or Calibri (Body) font, size 12 b. 1.5 line spacing c. Bold headings where possible d. Max 10 pages (seek leave if you require more) e. In plain English, and summarised so that each point raised are clearly understood by all parties and the bench [5] The hearings have placed too much emphasis on legal statutes, but less on the more restrictive Police Force internal policies. In constructing and applying the relevant statutes, the Court directs the parties to make submissions with reference to the Police Force Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and relevant Training Manuals (Manuals). This hearing will set precedence for future police internal investigations of similar nature. The primary reference documents for the SAPF Internal Affairs are their SOPs and associated Manuals. Specifically, under Section 9.1, deviation from the training one received is to be taken as a breach of SOPs. [6] The appeal hearing will address issues summarised into the following questions: [7] In relation to the appeal grounds 1 and 3, concerning the construction and application of Section 15 of the LEPRA, the Court summarises the grounds into the following questions: 1. In the context of constructing Section 15 of LEPRA, and based upon the evidence and statements as established by the originating court, throughout the incident, did the respondent exercise restraint from the use of force? 2a. In the context of constructing Section 15 of LEPRA, and based upon the evidence and statements as established by the originating court, was the shot of unknown origin a reasonable perception of the threat of the shot suspect? 2b. And thus, can that shot be legally attributed to the shot suspect, as "reasonably foreseeable life-threatening danger to the officer or those around the officer", to allow the respondent to open fire at the suspect, in the context of the application of Section 15 of LEPRA? [8] Alternatively, concerning the construction and application of Section 15 of the LEPRA: 2c. Whether the aiming of a firearm at a police officer or others, in the circumstances, based upon the facts as established by the originating court, would constitute 'reasonably foreseeable life-threatening danger to the officer or those around to officer', and thus permit the lawful use of deadly force in the context of section 15 of LEPRA [9] In relation to the appeal ground 4, concerning whether the originating court could have arrived at a different judgement based on all factors as established, and to prevent the need for a re-trial in the originating court and the associated administrative wait time, to no fault of either party, the Court proposes the following question: 3. In the event that Section 15 of LEPRA cannot legally justify the actions imposed by the respondent, could the originating court arrive at the same judgement but through the construction and application of an alternate legal defence? If so, which and how? [10] Owing to the operational classifications of the Police documents in question, any submissions relating to the said police documents must be made in private under Section 2e of the Judicial Procedures Act 2019. As for ease of reference, if you cannot access a specific police document as a member of the public, then the reference of contents from the said document must be made in private. [11] Parties are strictly prohibited from using, distributing or making references to sensitive police documents outside of this case. That is, the need to access and reference these police documents in other cases will require an approved subpoena in the relevant court, and for non-business use, through a freedom of information request. Case Information Lower Court Judgement 16 Jan 22 District Court of San Andreas (Guillani DCJ) [2022] SADC 4 Case No: SASC 2 Presiding: The Honourable Justices Phil Harsh; Simon Richter AM PSM Division: Court of Appeal [2022] SASC 2 - Leave to Appeal Judgement
  12. Department of Justice Dear Gustav Bauer, Your application for a Restricted Firearms Licence (Individual) is declined for the following reasons: 1. Individual Restricted Firearms Licences are no longer issued. Restricted Firearms Licences are only to be issued to organisations registered and approved by both the Departments of Justice and Commerce for Private Security activities as defined under the Private Security Act 2020 and in accordance with the Crimes Act 2018. 2. Under the State Constitution Act 2018, the State of San Andreas forms part of the Commonwealth of Australia, and thus, its national sovereignty is highly protected. While we welcome members of recognised allied forces to tour our State for leisure, we will not take any attempts to import weapons and other military hardwares for personal use lightly and we may treat such attempts as an act of aggression to challenge Australia's sovereignty. Regards, Department of Justice 08 February 2022
  13. Supreme Court of San Andreas - Court of Appeal Commissioner of the San Andreas Police Force v Richards [2022] SASC 2 HARSH, RICHTER JJ [1] The Full Court of the Supreme Court of San Andreas accepts the filing under the Judicial Procedures Act 2019. [2] The Court will allow the respondent five days to file a response or notice of appearance in this matter, effective from when they receive notice from the applicant about the filing of this matter. Failure to do so will result in the matter being heard without the respondent and may result in a judgement being entered in the favour of the applicant by default. [3] The Court will contact parties to give directions as to how these proceedings will be conducted. Case Information Lower Court Judgement 16 Jan 22 District Court of San Andreas (Guillani DCJ) [2022] SADC 4 Case No: SASC 2 Presiding: The Honourable Justices Phil Harsh; Simon Richter AM PSM Division: Court of Appeal
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Gazette - Q4 2021 Government House Rockford Hills 31 December 2021 Appointments and Cancellation of Appointments The Governor of San Andreas directs it to be notified, for general information, that: a) He made the following appointments on the dates as specified below with 1 month probation, in accordance with the Law Enforcement (Powers & Responsibilities) Act 2018: .tg {border-collapse:collapse;border-spacing:0;} .tg td{border-color:black;border-style:solid;border-width:1px;font-family:Arial, sans-serif;font-size:14px; overflow:hidden;padding:10px 10px;word-break:normal;} .tg th{border-color:black;border-style:solid;border-width:1px;font-family:Arial, sans-serif;font-size:14px; font-weight:normal;overflow:hidden;padding:10px 10px;word-break:normal;} .tg .tg-4n2o{border-color:#c0c0c0;font-weight:bold;text-align:center;vertical-align:top} .tg .tg-fzdr{border-color:#c0c0c0;text-align:center;vertical-align:top} Name From Rank To Rank Appointment Effective Date Phil Pain APM Superintendent Commander Commander - AFP Professional Standards 07 Nov 2021 Kenzie Cruize APM Superintendent Deputy Commissioner Deputy Commissioner of Police 01 Jan 2022 Mitch Wick Chief Inspector Assistant Commissioner Assistant Commissioner of Police 01 Jan 2022 Mitch Wick Inspector Chief Inspector Deputy Commander - General Duties 01 Nov 2021 Raphael Dos Santos Inspector Superintendent Commander - Highway Patrol Branch 01 Nov 2021 George Papadakis Senior Sergeant Inspector Deputy Commandant - SAPF Academy 01 Nov 2021 Eric Teller Senior Sergeant Inspector Commander - Internal Affairs 01 Nov 2021 Jonothan Chang Station Sergeant Superintendent Commander - AFP San Andreas Policing 01 Nov 2021 Thomas Williams Senior Sergeant Inspector Deputy Commander - Tactical Assault Command 01 Dec 2021 Jason Paige Incremental Sergeant Inspector Deputy Commander - Highway Patrol Branch 01 Nov 2021 Ralph Barium Incremental Sergeant Superintendent Commander - Tactical Assault Command 01 Jan 2022 Isaiah Huxley APM Detective Senior Sergeant Superintendent Commander - Criminal Investigation Branch 01 Jan 2022 Amir Ahmad Detective Sergeant Inspector Deputy Commander - Criminal Investigation Branch 01 Jan 2022 b) He terminated the following appointments on the dates specified below in accordance with the Law Enforcement (Powers & Responsibilities) Act 2018: Name From Rank To Rank Reason Effective Date Hope Skepu Inspector Senior Sergeant Extended Leave 08 Oct 2021 Frank Coach APM Superintendent Veteran Retirement 31 Oct 2021 Raphael Dos Santos Superintendent Senior Sergeant Administrative 14 Nov 2021 Tori Wilson APM Detective Superintendent Veteran Retirement 31 Dec 2021 Jay Jaskier Detective Inspector Veteran Retirement 31 Dec 2021 Tony Harrison Inspector Senior Sergeant End of Tenure 31 Dec 2021 Nacho Videl APM Superintendent Veteran Retirement 31 Dec 2021 Harry Callahan APM Deputy Commissioner Station Sergeant Retirement 31 Dec 2021 .tg {border-collapse:collapse;border-spacing:0;} .tg td{border-color:black;border-style:solid;border-width:1px;font-family:Arial, sans-serif;font-size:14px; overflow:hidden;padding:10px 10px;word-break:normal;} .tg th{border-color:black;border-style:solid;border-width:1px;font-family:Arial, sans-serif;font-size:14px; font-weight:normal;overflow:hidden;padding:10px 10px;word-break:normal;} .tg .tg-4n2o{border-color:#c0c0c0;font-weight:bold;text-align:center;vertical-align:top} .tg .tg-fzdr{border-color:#c0c0c0;text-align:center;vertical-align:top} c) He made the following appointment on the date specified below with 1 month probation, in accordance with the Emergency Services Act 2021: Name From Rank To Rank Effective Date James Badger Station Officer Director SAES 01 Nov 2021 David Jones AFSM Superintendent Deputy Director SAES 01 Nov 2021 Hank Denver Ranger Deputy Chief Ranger 01 Nov 2021 Boris Cunningham ACM Senior Custodial Officer Deputy Warden 01 Nov 2021 d) He extended the following appointment on the date as specified below in accordance with Emergency Services Act 2021: Name From Rank To Rank Appointment Review Date Woodrow Spillwater Chief Ranger Chief Ranger Chief Ranger - San Andreas Ranger Service 31 Mar 2022 (Reviewed monthly) e) He terminated the following appointments on the following date in accordance with the Emergency Services Act 2021: Name From Rank To Rank Reason Effective Date Greg Watson AFSM Director SAES Lifetime Member Resignation 18 Oct 2021 Harley Johnson Deputy Director SAES Lifetime Member Resignation 09 Sep 2021 Alexander Woods Chief Superintendent SAES Lifetime Member Resignation 31 Oct 2021 Dan Danger Deputy Chief Ranger Retired End of Tenure 31 Oct 2021 Ridge Brixton Deputy Warden Chief Custodial Officer Resignation 31 Oct 2021 f) The Governor-in-Council, in accordance with the Legal Representatives Regulations 2019, has been pleased to appoint the following individual to Her Majesty's Counsel, effective from 31 Dec 2021: His Honour Judge Rudolph GUILLANI QC g) The Governor-in-Council, in accordance with the State Constitution Act 2018, has been pleased to appoint the following individual to the Supreme Court of San Andreas, effective from 13 Dec 2021: The Honourable Justice Simon Edward RICHTER AM PSM h) The Governor-in-Council, in accordance with the State Constitution Act 2018, has been pleased to appoint the following individual to the full District Court of San Andreas, on graduation from the Magistrates program, effective from 19 Dec 2021: His Honour Judge Rudolph GUILLANI QC Q4 2021 Honours List The Governor-in-Council is pleased to announce the following awards: ORDER OF AUSTRALIA MEMBER (AM) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION The Honourable Justice Simon Edward RICHTER AM PSM For service to the judiciary, to the law and administration of justice, to the Bar Association and to the community Justice Richter provided distinguished service to the judiciary as a District Court Judge, to the law and administration of justice as the Director of Public Prosecutions, and was previously recognised in the form of Public Service Medal for service as the Vice President of the Bar Association. His service to the state has ensured we all live in a fair, just and safe society. Together with His Honour Judge Harold Julius Holt, the District Court has on average adjudicated more than 1 case per week in 2021. His Honour Judge Harold Julius HOLT AM PSM QC For service to the judiciary, to the law and administration of justice, to the Bar Association and to the community His Honour provided distinguished service to the judiciary as a District Court Judge. He was previously recognised for serving as the President of the Bar Association with a Public Service Medal. Together with His Honour Judge Simon Edward Richter, they have been mentoring the entire legal division from paralegals upwards to District Court Magistrates. His Honour continues to be a strong advocate to balance between Civil Rights and Policing Powers. MEDAL (OAM) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION Mr Jango FETT OAM For service to the administration of justice, as a Director of SADC to arrest wanted fugitives and collect outstanding fines on behalf of the Government Mr Fett provided outstanding service to the State, working tirelessly to improve the San Andreas Debt Collections services, and to improve collaborations between the Police Force, the Emergency Services and the Courts. During his employment as a SADC Director, he has personally contributed to approximately $30,000,000 in fines collected on behalf of the Government. Through his services, guidance and mentoring within his role, the organisation has successfully collected over $100,000,000 in fines for the Government and apprehended dozens of wanted fugitives in the process. BRAVERY DECORATIONS STAR OF COURAGE (SC) Sergeant Hamish BAILEY SC For acts of conspicuous courage in circumstances of great peril On the 20th of November 2021, SGT Bailey took part in a police raid against a criminal organisation. During this operation, a phantom truck rammed a police bearcat off into the canals while heavy gunfire was exchanged from both sides. SGT Bailey then stepped out of cover to neutralise the threat before he crossed the open area while exposed to gunfire to assist his team out from a precarious position. Throughout the raid, SGT Bailey willingly exposed himself to heavy enemy fire on multiple occasions to neutralise threats, while carrying injured officers and enemies out of harm's way to maximise their chances of survival, in excess of the expected levels of risk as a member of TAC. COMMENDATION FOR BRAVE CONDUCT Leading Senior Constable Jackson PHILLIPS For an act of bravery that is worthy of recognition On the 5th of November 2021, LSC Phillips was the gunman and leader of Police TAC-AIR on Special Operation Ironside executed by members of the AFP, CIB and TAC. The operation required the extraction of Det. Snr Sgt Huxley from a safe house to a special facility to obtain information pertaining to a weapon shipment belonging to an extremely dangerous organisation. LSC Phillips made a decision to be dropped on top of a crane, in a position that would render him vulnerable to enemy fire. His quick thinking enabled him to suppress enemy positions and ultimately enabled a TAC team to make entry onto the vessel, neutralising the hostiles and leading to the successful execution of the operation. MERITORIOUS AWARDS AUSTRALIAN POLICE MEDAL (APM) Superintendent Nacho VIDEL APM For service rendered to the San Andreas Police Force as the Commander - Tactical Assault Command Superintendent Videl joined the SAPF at the start of 2021. His exemplary conduct allowed him to rise through the ranks quickly, promoted to the rank of Superintendent in July 2021. During his tenure, he had demonstrated excellent leadership and continued to steer the department into stable growth. Superintendent Kenzie CRUIZE APM For service rendered to the San Andreas Police Force as the Commander - General Duties Superintendent Cruize joined the SAPF at the start of 2021. She rose through the ranks and assumed the command of General Duties in September 2021. Through her firm but fair leadership, she sets the standards of discipline within her department. She continues to be a motivated commander and a brilliant asset to the Police Force by ensuring greater accountability of the police officers under her command. AUSTRALIAN FIRE SERVICE MEDAL (AFSM) Deputy Director David JONES AFSM For service rendered to the San Andreas Emergency Services as Commander - Fire and Rescue Deputy Director Jones joined the SAES in 2019. He has been a career firefighter prior to his appointment as the Deputy Director. During his tenure as the Commander from January 2021, he, with the assistance of Mr Greg Watson, introduced a number of specialist training to improve the firefighting capabilities of SAES. The department grew steadily under his command and discipline throughout 2021. LONG SERVICE AWARDS NATIONAL POLICE SERVICE MEDAL For service in the SAPF or AFP for a cumulative period of no less than 18 months, who have also served diligently and ethically during this period Australian Federal Police Station Sergeant Irvine NEVINS San Andreas Police Force General Duties Commissioner Jay BLACK APM Senior Sergeant Oriwa JOHNSON Senior Sergeant Johnny SINNERS Senior Sergeant Tyrhys ARMSTRONG JR Senior Sergeant Hope SKEPU Leading Senior Constable Taz TARUN BM APM Leading Senior Constable Rayland VON RUSSO Leading Senior Constable Mason DIBBLE JR Incremental Senior Constable Kallum NORTON Senior Constable Drake JACKSON Senior Constable John RUSSEL Senior Constable David KING Highway Patrol Branch Sergeant Sam NGUYEN Tactical Assault Command Incremental Sergeant Ricardo BOWMAN SAPF Auxiliary Veteran Frank Coach APM CANINE SERVICE MEDAL For service in the SAPF or AFP for a cumulative period of no less than 6 months as a Service Dog Australian Federal Police KIRA - Inspector Jethro Gibbs SGT OSCAR - Federal Agent Aaron Gleeson DUKE - Commander Phil Pain THIRD CLASP TO THE NATIONAL MEDAL For qualifying for the National Medal in 4 Emergency Services organisations San Andreas Correctional Services Chief Custodial Officer Robert VIKING AFSM ACM San Andreas Ranger Service - 31 Dec 2021 Roads & Maritime Services - 31 Dec 2020 San Andreas Emergency Services - 13 Mar 2019 NATIONAL MEDAL For service in the SAPF, AFP, SAES, SARS or SACS for a cumulative period of no less than 6 months San Andreas Police Force General Duties Incremental Sergeant Wally GREEN Probationary Sergeant Joey WHEELS Probationary Sergeant Jose FERNANDES Leading Senior Constable Buddy HARRISON Leading Senior Constable Lucius HOLT Leading Senior Constable Jackson PHILLIPS Leading Senior Constable Smokey RODGER Leading Senior Constable Alfonso RUSSO Leading Senior Constable Aaron ARMSTRONG Leading Senior Constable Rick SPAZBERRY Incremental Senior Constable Lincoln LOPEZ Incremental Senior Constable Tom JONES Incremental Senior Constable Nathan JANSON Incremental Senior Constable Liam FLYNTT Incremental Senior Constable Kallum NORTON Incremental Senior Constable Les GROSSMAN Incremental Senior Constable Celestia VEGA Senior Constable Peyton BEST Senior Constable Jack BORBON Senior Constable Steven COBAIN Senior Constable Junior TOA Senior Constable Larry SWANSON Constable Telulah TAYLOR Constable Dexter REEVES Constable Sierra KNIGHT Constable Billy HIGGINS Constable Charlotte BROWN Probationary Constable Dave WILSON Probationary Constable Toby WILLIAMS Probationary Constable Arvind RAJU Probationary Constable Harry HALL Probationary Constable Jackson WEST Tactical Assault Command Sergeant Hamish BAILEY SC Criminal Investigation Branch Detective Senior Sergeant Isaiah HUXLEY APM Detective Sergeant Amir AHMAD Detective Sergeant James THOMPSON San Andreas Emergency Services General Duties Station Officer Lauren WHITE Station Officer Mary SWEETS Station Officer Josh BIMBLEWORTH RVM Qualified Paramedic John DAVIS Fire and Rescue Station Officer Jason DOVE Senior Paramedic Jonny SMITH Senior Paramedic Lucas MICHAEL San Andreas Ranger Service Chief Ranger Woodrow SPILLWATER Deputy Chief Ranger Hank DENVER Ranger Koko CHEYENNE Ranger Kaii HUXLEY San Andreas Correctional Services Warden Mason DIBBLE ACM Deputy Warden Boris Cunningham ACM Chief Custodial Officer Ridge BRIXTON Senior Correctional Officer Alexa JONES By His Excellency's Command Sir Robert Pump KCVO AO ADC Flight Lieutenant Official Secretary to the Governor of San Andreas .tg {border-collapse:collapse;border-spacing:0;} .tg td{border-color:black;border-style:solid;border-width:1px;font-family:Arial, sans-serif;font-size:14px; 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  15. Office of the Governor of San Andreas [1] The Office of the Governor of San Andreas makes an appearance as the Crown, having acted under the said authority in the applicant's dismissal from the appointment as the Commander - Highway Patrol Branch. [2] The nature of why this office entered as a party to the internal investigations can be summarised as follows in dot points: The Commissioner of Police @BlackJackFx appointed an Inspector of Internal Affairs as the initial investigator for this incident. The outcome of the incident resulted in a verbal warning as correctly referenced by the applicant in Exhibit A. The Department of Justice was made aware of this investigation and intervened lawfully under Section 14 of the LEPRA. The Secretary of Justice @Alec appointed an independent commission of inquiry for two reasons, namely: a. The Commissioner failed to inform the Australian Federal Police as mandated under Section 4(b) of the LEPRA. b. The concluded case was not uploaded to the intranet as required under Section 5.2 of the Standard Operating Procedures. As such, to rectify the situation from a potential miscarriage of justice, the District Court was commissioned into reviewing the investigation workflow and the outcome of the investigation. As correctly referenced by the applicant, Exhibit C details why The Crown dismissed the applicant from the position as the Commander - Highway Patrol Branch. The Crown, through the advice of the commission of inquiry ("the commission") and subsequently the Secretary of Justice, exercised its powers lawfully under Section 2(c) of the LEPRA to dismiss the applicant from the appointment, who was still at the time under probation period (see below). [3] In reference to the Statement of Claims, the Crown submits: The reference of "Superintendent" and "Commander" in the commission's findings is merely a form of address to the current position of the officer, as opposed to the more cumbersome address as "the then Inspector". The status of the officer has not changed fundamentally, that whether at the time of the office and in his capacity while under investigation, he remains a Command Level officer as defined under Section 2 of the LEPRA. No doubt, that the evidence submitted was cutting through intermittently. It is evident that the footage was recorded on alternation between the surveillance system, and the multiple stop-start phone recordings made by the workers at Benny's. However, the Crown contends that no challenges to the footage were made in the applicant's initial submission when the case was investigated internally, as evident through the respondent's statements in Exhibit A. Further, the Crown contends that the admissibility of the footage is in the interest of the public, for the officer's actions in public eyes are not only unbecoming of a Command Level officer but also as a police officer in general. Echoing the findings of the commission, for an officer of Command Level to make such manifestly gross misconduct that one would only expect from a rookie police officer out of the SAPF Academy, and out in the eyes of the public, the Crown supported the recommendations of the commission to remove the officer from office as it is not in the public interest for a police officer to remain in a leadership position to badly influence junior members of the Force. Further, in reference to 5:20 of the footage, I quote "... you are allowed to have joints on you, but we still can search him under the suspicion that he may or may not has more". It is clear that the applicant does not understand the fundamental legal tests required to exercise any policing powers over citizens, which are taught to recruits in the SAPF Academy. Police officers are publicly accountable, and especially one of his rank at the time of the offence. As such, for one who does not even know the law, this office supports the view that the public scrutiny generated by the officer in question is justified and deserved. Accordingly, the Crown agrees with the recommendations that the retention of a Command Level officer through his probation is not in the interest of the public. Finally, the Crown supports the view of the commission. Regardless of whether the applicant had apologised to members affected by the incident or otherwise, the bad seed had been planted, specifically: [4] The Crown further submits that for a judicial review to take place, it must satisfy Section 17 of the Civil Rights Act, namely: The decisions made must be unlawful, or that the decision would be unlawful as a result of breaches to Civil Rights. [5] The Crown contends that: The applicant failed to submit any grounds of unlawfulness or breaches of civil rights as a result of his removal from his appointment; The scope of the inquiry was merely on the penalty issued by the Commissioner's Office, as it is not the evidence nor the allegations that were in dispute initially; The Secretary of Justice had lawfully directed the inquiry under Sections 14(c)(1,3-5); The commission had correctly referred its findings to the Office of the Governor in accordance with Section 14(e) of the LEPRA; The Crown had lawfully removed the officer from the office under Section 2(c) of the LEPRA. [6] Accordingly, this application is groundless to continue. Phil Bad CVO Governor of San Andreas
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