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  1. Gazette - Q4 2020 Government House Rockford Hills 31 Dec 2020 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 Daniel Gray Assistant Commissioner Superintendent Commander - General Duties 01 Oct 2020 Daniel Gray Superintendent Assistant Commissioner Assistant Commissioner of Police 01 Dec 2020 Charlie Trudy APM Auxiliary Inspector Superintendent Commander - Tactical Assault Command 01 Nov 2020 Jeffery Anderson Inspector Superintendent Commander - Australian Federal Police 17 Oct 2020 Frederick Longrod Inspector Superintendent Commander - Highway Patrol Branch 01 Nov 2020 Blake Jenson Inspector Superintendent Commander - General Duties 01 Jan 2021 Harry Callahan APM Station Sergeant Inspector Deputy Commander - Australian Federal Police 17 Oct 2020 Mason Dibble Jr Senior Sergeant Inspector Deputy Commander - General Duties 01 Jan 2021 Ollie Whitto Detective Senior Sergeant Detective Superintendent Commander - Criminal Investigation Branch 01 Jan 2021 Cutup Munroe Auxiliary Sergeant Inspector Deputy Commander - Tactical Assault Command 01 Nov 2020 Frank Coach APM Sergeant III Inspector Deputy Commander - Highway Patrol Branch 01 Nov 2020 Tori Wilson Detective Sergeant III Detective Inspector Deputy Commander - Criminal Investigation Branch 01 Jan 2021 Jonathan Davis Senior Sergeant Inspector Deputy Commander - General Duties 01 Jan 2021 b) He terminated the following appointments on the dates specified below in accordance with 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 Reason Effective Date Dominic Luca Superintendent Auxiliary Sergeant Early retirement 07 Nov 2020 Brian Stonk Superintendent Auxiliary Sergeant Early retirement 01 Nov 2020 Michal Muller APM Detective Superintendent Auxiliary Sergeant Completion of tenure 01 Jan 2021 Emily Holmes Superintendent Auxiliary Sergeant Completion of tenure 01 Jan 2021 Michael Mo Inspector Station Sergeant Recruitment into Australian Federal Police 07 Nov 2020 Jerry Benson Inspector Auxiliary Sergeant Completion of tenure 01 Jan 2021 Ryan Coxx Inspector Leading Senior Constable Completion of tenure 01 Jan 2021 Luca Mendez BM Inspector Auxiliary Sergeant Early retirement 01 Jan 2021 c) He made the following appointments with effect from 01 Jan 2021 in accordance with the San Andreas (Self Government) 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 Effective Date Jason Stuarts ASM Director Lifetime Member 01 Jan 2021 James Anderson Deputy Director Lifetime Member 01 Jan 2021 Ronald Seed Chief Superintendent Lifetime Member 01 Jan 2021 Jasmine Fletcher Superintendent Director 01 Jan 2021 Richard Cunningham Superintendent Deputy Director 01 Jan 2021 Harley Johnson Station Officer Chief Superintendent 01 Jan 2021 d) He approved the change in Command Level appointment tenures on the 17 Nov 2020. From 01 Jan 2021, officers appointed to Command Level ranks within SAPF, SAES and RMS will serve 1 month probation, for a tenure of 3 months, with the option to extend for another 3 months on review. There are no upper limits as to how many times can an appointment be extended. e) The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court is to be concurrently appointed as the Lieutenant-Governor of San Andreas, assuming the office of the Governor of San Andreas in his/her absence. f) Her Majesty The Queen has been pleased to approve that Sir Blake Sanderson KCVO be granted the title "Honourable" for life. g) The Governor of San Andreas has cancelled the award of the Australian Police Medal made to Inspector Cutup Munroe. h) The Office of Public Prosecutions will cease operations from 31 Dec 2020. The San Andreas Bar Association will assume all functions of the OPP. i) The Administrative Tribunal of the Department of Justice will cease operations from 31 Dec 2020. The District Court of San Andreas will assume all functions of the Tribunal. December Honours List 2020 THE ROYAL VICTORIAN ORDER Central Chancery of the Orders of Knighthood THE QUEEN has been graciously pleased to make the following promotions in, and appointments to, the Royal Victorian Order: KNIGHT COMMANDER (KCVO) Superintendent The Honourable Sir Blake SANDERSON KCVO For lifetime of eminent service to the people and the Government of San Andreas in multiple executive level roles The Governor is pleased to announce the following awards: ORDER OF AUSTRALIA COMPANION (AC) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION Mr Sum Ting WONG AC For eminent service to business and scientific research through the Umbrella Corporations, enhancing the lives of many San Andreas citizens. MEMBER (AM) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION Mr Oscar NEVINS AM For service to the community, in particular through development of infrastructures for the people of San Andreas BRAVERY DECORATIONS BRAVERY MEDAL (BM) Inspector Luca Mendez BM For an act of bravery in hazardous circumstance On the 4th of December, an outlawed motorcycle club had kidnapped several Tactical Assault Command officers. Shortly after, the Police Force arrived with reinforcements and a large scale shootout ensued between the group and the Force. During the shootout, Inspector Luca Mendez noticed one of his fellow officers was restrained and exposed in the open between the cross fire. Having no regard for his own safety, Inspector Mendez sprinted towards his fellow officer while being fired upon and unrestrained his fellow officer before both officers proceeded to take cover afterwards. His selfless action that day saved the life of an officer. MERITORIOUS AWARDS AUSTRALIAN POLICE MEDAL (APM) Commissioner Lucas SHAW APM For service rendered to the Government of San Andreas as the Commissioner of Police Commissioner Lucas Shaw joined the SAPF in June 2019. Throughout his service within the SAPF he had taken up a number of senior officer roles and special projects. He was recruited into the Highway Patrol Branch trial alongside other notable Highway Patrol officers to address the ongoing road fatality issues in the State. Under his leadership, his team has achieved initial operating capability within weeks. Ever since his assumption of office as the Commissioner of Police, he continues to improve the SAPF on the foundation laid by his predecessors with innovative ideas. Deputy Commissioner Marlin ORKINS APM For service rendered to the Government of San Andreas as the Deputy Commissioner of Police Deputy Commissioner Orkins joined the SAPF in June 2019. As a career police officer, he had completed a full command tenure as an Inspector before his retirement into the SAPF Auxiliary, an office dedicated to retain skilled Command Level officers who have served an honourable tenure within the SAPF. He was recalled in September 2020 to serve as the Deputy Commissioner of Police by the Government to address a pressing issue within the SAPF. In his role as the Deputy Commissioner of Police, he has been working tirelessly with the Commissioner of Police to implement of new ideas and to address serious issues that arise from within the chain of command. Inspector Frank COACH APM For meritorious service in responsible positions Inspector Frank Coach joined the SAPF in early 2020 and was a member of the new Highway Patrol Branch trial recruited to address the ongoing road fatality issues in the State. During his appointment within the Highway Patrol Branch, he had worked tirelessly with other members of the unit to produce working training programs. Through his own initiatives, he had provided effective strategies to combat traffic violations in the State. Prior to his recruitment in the Highway Patrol Branch, he was recognised for his efforts in the General Duties Division as an Officer of the Month and Officer of the Quarter. He had recently been promoted to the rank of Inspector and continues to remain as an important asset of the Highway Patrol Branch to this day. Senior Sergeant Taz TARUN APM For meritorious service in responsible positions Senior Sergeant Taz Tarun joined the SAPF in April 2020 and was a member of the new Highway Patrol Branch trial recruited to address the ongoing road fatality issues in the State. During his appointment within the Highway Patrol Branch, he had worked tirelessly with other members of the unit to produce working training programs and strategies to combat traffic violations in the State. He remain as an important asset of the Highway Patrol Branch to this day. AMBULANCE SERVICE MEDAL (ASM) Director Jason STUARTS ASM For service rendered to the State through the role of the Director of the San Andreas Emergency Services Director Jason Stuarts joined the SAES in December 2019. Throughout his service within the SAES he had led the organisation in a number of command roles. As the Director of SAES, he was responsible for reinforcing the stability of the organisation upon the foundations built by his predecessors, namely Director Serena van der Woodsen ASM. His exceptional management skills throughout his tenure has resulted in a number of fine SAES High Command and Paramedics produced under his command. 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 Commissioner Andrew DEVERAUX Deputy Commissioner Bilbo BAGGINS Superintendent Phil PAIN Superintendent Jeffery ANDERSON Superintendent The Honourable Sir Blake SANDERSON KCVO Inspector Jethro GIBBS Inspector Harry CALLAHAN APM Station Sergeant Jonothan CHANG Station Sergeant Johnny UTAH Station Sergeant Dick TATE Station Sergeant Matt ROMANO Federal Agent Steven MARTIBO San Andreas Police Force Commissioners' Office Commissioner Lucas SHAW Deputy Commissioner Marlin ORKINS General Duties Auxiliary Sergeant Dave LISTER AC Auxiliary Sergeant Patrick LESTER Auxiliary Sergeant Bill MURRAY Sergeant III Dr Jayden HOLMAN Sergeant II Claude WALKER Leading Senior Constable David CLARK Leading Senior Constable Ryan LEE Leading Senior Constable Antonio MACHATIO Leading Senior Constable Joey ELGATO Leading Senior Constable Xabi SICARIO Senior Constable Rose COOK Senior Constable Peter SULLIVAN Training Command Superintendent Emily HOLMES Tactical Assault Command Superintendent Charlie TRUDY APM Auxiliary Sergeant James STREET Auxiliary Sergeant Carter STONE FIRST CLASP TO THE NATIONAL MEDAL For an additional 6 months of service in another emergency service organisation other than lateral transfers between SAPF and AFP Roads and Maritime Services Mr Robert Viking AFSM - Previously awarded National Medal for service in the San Andreas Emergency Services on 13 Mar 2019 NATIONAL MEDAL For service in the SAPF, AFP, SAES or RMS for a cumulative period of no less than 6 months San Andreas Police Force General Duties Acting Inspector Mason DIBBLE JR Sergeant III Hope SKEPU Sergeant III Mike SCOTT Sergeant II Tim BRADFORD Sergeant II Mike LARRY Sergeant II Pablo WATSON Sergeant I Billy NASH Sergeant I Charlie FAREWELL Sergeant I Andre HIKER Sergeant I Oriwa HARRISON Leading Senior Constable Alex CREED Leading Senior Constable Ricardo BOWMAN Leading Senior Constable Tyrhys ARMSTRONG JR Leading Senior Constable Younis ABU HAMDAN Leading Senior Constable Andrew MURPHY Leading Senior Constable Morice WADE Senior Constable David KING Senior Constable Robert CARTOLO Senior Constable Jack HALL Senior Constable Bailey ROBERTSON Senior Constable Jacob BAKER Senior Constable Nathan JANSON Senior Constable Jackson TARKOV Constable Bill MONTY Constable Kyrie COOK Probationary Constable Jack KELLY Probationary Constable Stella GRAYSON Probationary Constable Kenald FREEMAN Probationary Constable Juice DEAN Probationary Constable Larry WINKLE Highway Patrol Branch Senior Sergeant Taz TARUN APM Auxiliary Sergeant Brian STONK San Andreas Emergency Services Station Officer Milo REY Station Officer Amber REY Senior Paramedic Ashton MORICE Senior Paramedic Sarat EIGHTY Qualified Paramedic Trent CORNWALL Qualified Paramedic John SMITH Qualified Paramedic Radz ROYALTY JR Graduate Paramedic Carly QUIN Graduate Paramedic Kane MURPHY Graduate Paramedic Kallum LOCK JR Graduate Paramedic John DAVIES Probation Officer Tim WESTWOOD By His Excellency's Command Robert Pump AO CVO ADC Flight Lieutenant Official Secretary to the Governor of San Andreas
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    Quarterly celebrations of outstanding citizens of San Andreas recognised through the Honours and Awards system. Investiture ceremony to be held at the Government House, on the 3rd January 2021 from 8PM to 10PM. Recipients of the following honours and awards are invited to attend with 1 guest Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (KCVO) Companion of the Order of Australia (AC) Member of the Order of Australia (AM) Bravery Medal (BM) Australian Police Medal (APM) Ambulance Service Medal (ASM) National Police Service Medal 1st Clasp to the National Medal National Medal
  3. Air Operator's Certificate AOC # - 4-SAGOV-20 Issued under section 6 Aviation Security Act To Phoenix Security, The office is pleased to announce the conditional approval and initial issue of your Air Operator's Certificate. The AOC is approved with the following conditions issued in accordance with section 6B of the Aviation Security Act 2018: 1. The operator shall comply with the provisions of the Aviation Security Act 2018, and any written directions issued by DoJ applicable to operations conducted under this certificate. 2. The aircraft shall be fitted with communication and navigation equipment suitable for use in conjunction with ground facilities applicable to the portion of the route in Australian Flight Information Regions. 3. The operator shall make no change in the operation, type or series of aircraft or terminal ports without first obtaining a further permission from DoJ. 4. The operator may enter into lease arrangements with third parties to obtain aircraft without DoJ's consent. 5. The operator must allow DoJ personnel to have access to the aircraft for the purposes of inspecting both the aircraft and its operation, to ensure compliance with the provisions of the Aviation Security Act 2018, in accordance with the standards which apply to operations conducted under this certificate. 6. This certificate shall be valid only while the operator is in possession of a valid permit, certificate, licence or other satisfactory document from the DoJ authorising the operations for which this certificate is issued 7. The operator is approved to conduct aerial work in aerial photography and search and rescue. However, the operator must not conduct aerial photography for surveillance purposes. 8. The operator is prohibited from conducting aerial platform shooting activities and any other activities outside the scope of this AOC's approval in page 1. 9. The operator is prohibited from transporting dangerous goods via the air. However, weapons may be carried by employees into controlled aerodromes and via the air while conducting approved private security business activities. The full AOC can be found here: To summarise, you will be responsible for aircraft acquisition from the approved list as negotiated with the Secretary of Justice (Maverick) via Quokka Group Aircraft Trading, as well as ensuring those who operate these aircraft hold a valid flight crew licence. Phoenix Security will be charged $100,000 per month while this AOC is still active, at the same time when the DoJ collect fees for your private security/Class R licence. Kind regards, Department of Justice Issued under the Seal of the Government of San Andreas on the 6th December 2020
  4. R v JONES [2020] SADC 3 C3/2020 Harsh, The Hon Justice P CITATION: R v Jones [2020] SADC 3 PARTIES: THE QUEEN v JONES FILE NO/S: 3/2020 DIVISION: PROCEEDING: Sentence ORIGINATING COURT: District Court DELIVERED ON: 04 November 2020 DELIVERED AT: Rockford Hills JUDGE: Harsh, The Hon Justice P ORDER: Defendant (Damian Jones) - Fined $1,100,000 and 45 minutes imprisonment, with an allowance of 10 days to pay the fines. Charge 1 (Prohibited weapon) - Plead guilty and found guilty Charge 2 (Aiding and abetting - Kidnapping) - Plead guilty and found guilty Charge 3 (Drug possession - 67 counts of Class B) - Plead guilty and found guilty Charge 4 (Aiding and abetting - Murder) - Charge rescinded by prosecutions on plea bargain CONSIDERATIONS: Defendant self-represented While the defendant pled guilty to all the charges, the extensive and repetitive history within a 2 week time frame shows that the defendant has not shown remorse for his actions. The prosecution requested a harsh sentence to be issued as the defendant was involved in the organising of the kidnapping of an innocent individual for the exchange of his release. The said hostage was later on executed by the accomplice. Summing up the two points above, the court agreed that a harsh penalty is justified, but would prefer a more preventative measure than reactive. Therefore the court moved to a heavier financial penalty than jail sentence. The defendant claimed the only source of income was dealing drugs, by taking away the narcotics and leaving him with a huge fine will leave him in a financially devastated position to feed his family. The court found that request unreasonable as it would not be fair to the other citizens impacted by the drug abuse issues in this State. However, the court agreed to a 7-day extension to allow the defendant a total of 10 days to pay off the fines. COUNSELS: Auxiliary Sergeant C Stone for the Office of Public Prosecutions
  5. Supreme Court of San Andreas Provisional Legal Practitioner Registration Pursuant to Legal Representatives Regulation 2019 I, LAWSON BLAKE, being the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of San Andreas admit David McAuliffe as a Provisional Legal Practitioner of the State of San Andreas, pursuant to the Legal Representatives Regulation 2019 ('the Regulation"), of San Andreas with all rights and privileges thereunto belonging or appertaining. This shall take effect on the Twenty-Fifth day of October in the year of our Lord Two Thousand and Twenty. In accordance with the Regulation, a full review shall take place on the Thirty-First day of January in the year of our Lord Two Thousand and Twenty One for the appointment as a full Legal Practitioner. In witness whereof The Seal of the State of San Andreas be hereunto affixed on the Twenty-Fifth day of October in the year of our Lord Two Thousand and Twenty. Chief Justice of San Andreas
  6. R v GIORNO, HAMZE & DEL PIERO [2020] SADC 2 C2/2020 Harsh, The Hon Justice P CITATION: R v Giorno, Hamze & Jagoff [2020] SADC 2 PARTIES: THE QUEEN v GIORNO, HAMZE & DE PIERO FILE NO/S: 2/2020 DIVISION: PROCEEDING: Sentence ORIGINATING COURT: District Court DELIVERED ON: 18 October 2020 DELIVERED AT: Rockford Hills JUDGE: Harsh, The Hon Justice P ORDER: Defendant 1 (Mario Giorno) - Fined $3,000,000 and 7 days imprisonment, to be suspended to 6 days of good behaviour after serving 12 hours of imprisonment. Charge 1 (Weapons Trafficking) - Plead guilty and found guilty Charge 2 (Murder) - Plead not guilty, found not guilty, to be replaced by aiding and abetting Charge 3 (Aiding and Abetting) - Found guilty Charge 4 (Drug possession - 1396 counts of Class A, 1208 counts of Class B) - Plead not guilty, found guilty Charge 5 (Prohibited weapons - 1353 counts) - Plead not guilty, found guilty Charge 6 (Brandishing) - Plead guilty, found guilty Charge 7 (Counterfeit currency) - Plead not guilty, found guilty Charge 8 (Kidnapping) - Plead not guilty, found guilty Sum of Fines: $2,500,000 (Bail bond deducted) Defendant 2 (Pepe Del Piero) - Fined $3,000,000 and 7 days imprisonment, to be suspended to $1,500,000 and 6 days of good behaviour after serving 12 hours of imprisonment. Charge 1 (Weapons Trafficking) - Plead guilty and found guilty Charge 2 (Drug possession - 64 counts of Class A, 391 counts of Class B, 26 counts of Class C) - Plead not guilty but found guilty Charge 3 (Prohibited weapons - 81 counts) - Plead guilty, found guilty Charge 4 (Brandishing) - Plead guilty, found guilty Sum of Fines: $1,000,000 (Bail bond deducted) Defendant 3 (Elias Hamze) - Fined $3,000,000 and 7 days imprisonment, to be suspended to $2,000,000 and 6 days of good behaviour after serving 12 hours of imprisonment. Charge 1 (Weapons Trafficking) - Plead guilty and found guilty Charge 2 (Murder - 3 counts) - Plead guilty and found guilty Charge 3 (Drug possession - 1 count of Class B) - Plead guilty and found guilty Charge 4 (Prohibited weapons - 51 counts) - Plead guilty and found guilty Charge 5 (Brandishing) - Plead guilty and found guilty Charge 6 (Police pursuit) - Plead guilty and found guilty Charge 7 (Contempt of Court - Breach of bail bond) - Plead guilty and found guilty Sum of Fines: $2,000,000 SUMMARY OF THE COURT'S CONSIDERATIONS: Defence counsel claimed Defendant 1 does not have control over the contents stored at the two shared warehouses of the De Rossi Family. Prosecution have proved Defendant 1 is the de-facto leader of the organisation. The court therefore finds that Defendant 1 has the overall responsibilities over his custody of the two properties and its contents. Detective Leading Senior Constable Sammy Salami's statements are credible and evidence provided is of solid proof that he has been in and about with the organisation throughout his undercover role. The defence counsel petitioned the court to consider Det. LSC Salami's statements as just another statement, but not that of a law enforcement officer's. The court upholds the belief that the law is equal before all, and did not prejudice statements against the status of the individuals that made them. Pepe Del Piero had a relatively clean criminal history, while the Handbook for Prosecution applies only to members of the SAPF, the court nevertheless reduced the fines amount by 50%. The sentence may be perceived by the general public as "a slap on the wrist". This court stress that it had to balance the interest of the public, the SAPF (particularly the efforts of the CIB), and to the defendants to the extent it is not trying to discourage them from making a living in this State, nor trying to deport them out of this state, regardless of the current financial circumstances of the defendants and how fast they have made recovery to their financial positions. COUNSELS: M Sandford OAM for the Director of Public Prosecutions T Totz for the defendants
  7. R v GIORNO, HAMZE & DEL PIERO [2020] SADC 2 C2/2020 Harsh, The Hon Justice P @validation 1. The court has accepted this case and will hear this case on 8PM AEDT Sunday 18th October 2020 at the Supreme Court building. 2. Summons will be issued out shortly. Legal representatives are to exchange evidence and witness statements to prepare for prosecution and defence. Issued 16 Oct 20
  8. GOVERNMENT OF SAN ANDREAS Honours and Awards Introduction San Andreas citizens are formally recognised for their outstanding contributions to the State through the Australian honours and awards system. An important part of the role of the Governor is the recognition significant contributions to the San Andreas community. This is done through the award of the Order of Australia, Royal Victorian Order, Australian Bravery Decorations, Meritorious Service Awards and Long Service Awards. Nominations With the exception of the Royal Victorian Order, nominations are made by the general public at any time. The Governor has particularly urged citizens to nominate worthy men and women in every part of our State. Investitures San Andreas recipients are invested with their awards by the Governor at official ceremonies at Government House, Rockford Hills. This is usually held on the Sunday after the publishing of the Gazette. Honours List Royal Victorian Order Description: Awarded for service to the Crown Eligibility: On recommendation by the Governor of San Andreas Tiers: Knight/Dame Grand Cross (GCVO) - Not awarded Knight/Dame Commander (KCVO/DCVO) Commander (CVO) Lieutenant (LVO) Member (MVO) Order of Australia Description: For achievement and merit in service to San Andreas or humanity Eligibility: All San Andreas citizens through nomination by the general public Tiers: Knight/Dame (AK/AD) - Not awarded | For extraordinary and pre-eminent achievement and merit of the highest degree in service to San Andreas or to humanity at large Companion (AC) | For eminent achievement and merit of the highest degree in service to San Andreas or to humanity at large Officer (AO) | For distinguished service of a high degree to San Andreas or to humanity at large Member (AM) | For service in a particular locality or field of activity or to a particular group Medal (OAM) | For service worthy of particular recognition Bravery Decorations Eligibility: All San Andreas citizens through nomination by the general public Tiers: Cross of Valour (CV) - Not awarded | For acts of conspicuous courage in circumstances of extreme peril Star of Courage (SC) | For acts of conspicuous courage in circumstances of great peril Bravery Medal (BM) | For acts of bravery in hazardous circumstances Commendation for Brave Conduct | For an act of bravery that is worthy of recognition Meritorious Service Awards Awards: Public Service Medal (PSM) | For outstanding service as a State Government department employee Australian Police Medal (APM) | For distinguished service by a member of the Police Force Australian Fire Service Medal (AFSM) | For distinguished service by a member of the San Andreas Emergency Service Fire & Rescue unit Ambulance Service Medal (ASM) | For distinguished service by a member of the San Andreas Emergency Service Paramedics team Australian Corrections Medal (ACM) | For distinguished service by a San Andreas citizen engaged in correctional service Long Service Awards Eligibility: On reaching the service requirements, nominated by the Commissioner or the Director of the relevant emergency service organisations Awards: National Police Service Medal - For 18 months of ethical and diligent service in the Police Force. Award may be cancelled if service is later found to be unethical or not diligent National Medal | For an aggregate service of 6 months in the SAPF, AFP, SAES or RMS. Clasps to the National Medal | For an additional 6 months of service in another emergency service organisation. (Does not apply to lateral transfers between SAPF and AFP)
  9. Gazette - Q3 2020 Government House Rockford Hills 30 Sep 2020 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 in accordance with the Law Enforcement (Powers & Responsibilities) Act 2018: Deputy Commissioner Coco Hustle to be promoted to Commissioner of Police - WEF 06 Sep 2020 Deputy Commissioner Lucas Shaw to be promoted to Commissioner of Police - WEF 14 Sep 2020 with 1 month probation Assistant Commissioner Lucas Shaw to be promoted to Deputy Commissioner of Police - WEF 06 Sep 2020 Sheriff Daniel Gray to be promoted to Assistant Commissioner - WEF 21 Sep 2020 with 1 month probation Inspector Brian Stonk to be promoted to Superintendent, on appointment as Commander - HWB - WEF 16 Jul 2020 Undersheriff Emily Holmes to be promoted to Superintendent, on appointment as Commander - TC and Commandant - SAPF Academy - WEF 15 Jul 2020 Station Sergeant Blake Sanderson to be promoted to Superintendent, on appointment as Commander - AFP SA Policing - WEF 10 Aug 2020 Senior Sergeant Blake Jenson to be promoted to Undersheriff, on appointment as Deputy Commander - BCPD - WEF 24 Jul 2020 Senior Sergeant Ryan Coxx to be promoted to Detective Inspector, on appointment as Deputy Commander - CIB - WEF 23 Sep 2020 Auxiliary Sergeant Charlie Trudy APM to be promoted to Detective Auxiliary Inspector, on appointment as Adjutant - CIB - WEF 15 Jul 2020 Auxiliary Sergeant Marlin Orkins to be promoted to Deputy Commissioner - WEF 21 Sep 2020 with 1 month probation Sergeant III Frederick Longrod to be promoted to Inspector, on appointment as Deputy Commander - HWB - WEF 18 Jul 2020 Sergeant III Stephen Keel to be promoted to Inspector, on appointment as Deputy Commander - LSPD - WEF 01 Aug 2020 Sergeant II Jerry Benson to be promoted to Inspector, on appointment as Deputy Commander - TC and Deputy Commandant - SAPF Academy - WEF 15 Jul 2020 Sergeant II Luca Mendez to be promoted to Undersheriff, on appointment as Deputy Commander - BCPD - WEF 13 Aug 2020 Sergeant I Michal Muller to be promoted to Detective Superintendent, on appointment as Commander - CIB - WEF 15 Jul 2020 b) He extended the following appointment on the date as specified below in accordance with Law Enforcement (Powers & Responsibilities) Act 2018 on the advice of the Secretary of Justice: Superintendent Dominic Luca to be extended by 6 months, on reappointment as Commander - TAC - WEF 01 Jul 2020 c) He made the following appointments on the dates as specified below in accordance with Los Santos (Self-Government) Act 2018 on the advice of the Secretary of Justice: Inspector James Anderson to be promoted to Deputy Director of SAES - WEF 01 Jul 2020 Station Officer Ronald Seed to be promoted to Chief Superintendent of SAES - WEF 01 Jul 2020 Ms. Vidina McDove to be appointed as Director of RMS - WEF 25 Sep 2020 d) He terminated the following appointments on the dates specified below in accordance with Law Enforcement (Powers & Responsibilities) Act 2018: Commissioner of Police Alec Blair APM on completion of his 2nd tenure - WEF 06 Sep 2020 Commissioner of Police Coco Hustle on resignation - WEF 14 Sep 2020 Superintendent Finn Chambers on resignation - WEF 15 Jul 2020 Detective Superintendent Max Harper on resignation - WEF 15 Jul 2020 Sheriff Angelo Russel on resignation - WEF 24 Jul 2020 Superintendent Drake Tempest on resignation - WEF 14 Sep 2020 Sergeant III Zeek Reynolds on resignation - WEF 21 Sep 2020 e) He approved the amalgamation of LSPD and BCPD into a single General Duties unit within the SAPF on the recommendation of the Commissioner of Police on 21 Sep 2020. All BCPD ranks are hereafter transferred to the LSPD equivalent. Q3 Honours List 2020 The Governor of San Andreas is pleased to announce the following awards: ORDER OF AUSTRALIA COMPANION (AC) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION Auxiliary Sergeant Dave LISTER AC For lifetime of eminent service to the people and the Government of San Andreas in multiple senior Government roles Auxiliary Sergeant Lister was an active and exceptional police officer since 2017. Having taken up multiple senior officer appointments and eventually completing a full term as the Commissioner of Police in 2019. He was also heavily involved in Government affairs at Departmental level, who had been personally responsible for the handling of gang affairs and the deportation of hundreds of convicted criminals from the State throughout a 3 year period. He is also a recipient of the National Medal for service to the Police Force. OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION Flight Lieutenant Robert PUMP AO CVO ADC For service rendered to the Government of San Andreas in multiple senior Government roles Flight Lieutenant Pump is actively engaged in the handling of Government affairs at Departmental level. He had also taken up various roles within the Executive Council including as the Aide-de-Camp to the Governor of San Andreas and is currently responsible for the SAPF major re-branding project. He was also appointed as a Commander of the Royal Victorian Order for service rendered to the Vice-Regal office. MEMBER (AM) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION Mr. Alec BLAIR AM APM For service rendered to the Government of San Andreas in the role of the Secretary of Justice and Commissioner of Police Mr. Blair joined the SAPF in 2019. Throughout his service within the SAPF he had taken up a number of senior officer roles including the Commander of Los Santos Police Department and subsequently the Commissioner of Police. He successfully completed two tenures honourably as a Commissioner of Police before retiring from the Police Force into the Government role as the Secretary of Justice. Throughout his service as the Commissioner of Police, he was responsible for a number of policy changes and structural reforms. He is also a recipient of the National Medal for service to the Police Force and Australian Police Medal for his meritorious achievements during his first tenure as the Commissioner of Police. MERITORIOUS AWARDS PUBLIC SERVICE MEDAL (PSM) Mr. Jason WHITE PSM For service rendered to the Government of San Andreas in the role of the Secretary of Commerce Mr. White is actively engaged in the management of the State's Department of Commerce, he quickly rose through the ranks to his current appointment as the Secretary of Commerce. His exceptional management skills has resulted in the stability of this State's economy. Mr. Antonio RODRIGUEZ PSM For service rendered to the Government of San Andreas within the Department of Commerce Mr. Rodriguez is one of the major contributors to the stability of this State's economy. He plays a significant role in the implementation and enforcement of the current corporate taxation policy and ensuring the due diligence of business owners when operating their businesses and when recording their business transactions. AUSTRALIAN POLICE MEDAL (APM) Detective Superintendent Michal MULLER APM For meritorious achievements as the Commander of Criminal Investigation Branch Detective Superintendent Michal Muller joined the SAPF in 2019 and worked in both General Duties and specialist roles within the Criminal Investigation Branch. Ever since his appointment as the Commander of Criminal Investigation Branch, he had led the SAPF response to serious organised crimes diligently. He has also successfully led to one of the biggest, if not the biggest police operation against organised crime in the history of SAPF, resulting in over 50 million dollars worth of seized goods. Ms. Rhea NYX APM For meritorious achievements in responsible positions Ms. Nyx joined the SAPF in 2019 and had recently rose through the ranks quickly within the SAPF High Command structure. She had been a role model to many subordinate officers by showing positive reinforcements and offering commends where appropriate to keep fellow officers motivated. She had also been volunteering in various roles in secondary capacity including supporting Training Command in the training of new recruits. She is an exemplary role model of what a member of the SAPF High Command should be. Detective Senior Constable Sammy SALAMI APM For exception service in a covert police operation Detective Senior Constable Salami joined the SAPF in early 2020, and was discharged shortly after to participate in a covert police operation with the Criminal Investigation Branch. During this undercover operation, he spent a significant period of time collecting intelligence from the criminal organisation, including the storage locations of its prohibited weapons and narcotics. He also played a significant role in ensuring the safety of the former Commissioner of Police Alec Blair by providing timely information to the Police Force regarding a bounty that was placed upon the former Commissioner. Finally, he enabled the Police Force to successfully execute a warrant on the criminal organisation, which his intelligence gathered was the main basis for the warrant, resulting in excess of 50 million dollars worth of seized goods. AUSTRALIAN CORRECTIONS MEDAL (ACM) Mr. James BOND ACM For dedicated service to the correctional service of San Andreas Mr. Bond has been a lead example of what a corrections officer should be by devising strategies to ensure the security of the prison facility was not compromised. He was also responsible for organising the defence of the facility in times when prison breaks attempts had taken place. Mr. Louis WIGHT ACM For dedicated service to the correctional service of San Andreas Mr. Wight has been one of the best defenders of the correctional service to this day. He was not only instrumental in devising strategies to respond to prison breaks, but was also responsible for the identification and handling of corruptions within the correctional service. Mr. Simon SALAMI ACM For dedicated service to the correctional service of San Andreas Mr. Salami has been at the forefront of prisoner transport service. He was responsible for the organising of prison transport service including the coordination of resources and organising transport routes. At the time of nomination, he had successfully transported 97 convicted criminals to the prison and all of which had resulted in serving their full sentences. LONG SERVICE AWARDS NATIONAL MEDAL For service in the SAPF, AFP, SAES or RMS for a cumulative period of no less than 6 months Australian Federal Police Station Sergeant Vincent VEGA Station Sergeant James RODRIGUEZ Federal Agent Olli CANTRELL Federal Agent Steve URBAN Federal Agent Arthur Jr BLACK Federal Agent King Genrick San Andreas Police Force Criminal Investigation Branch Detective Superintendent Michal MULLER Detective Inspector Ryan COXX Detective Sergeant I Tori WILSON Highway Patrol Branch Inspector Frederick LONGROD Sergeant II Frank COACH General Duties Assistant Commissioner Daniel GRAY Inspector Stephen KEEL Inspector Luca MENDEZ Senior Sergeant Logan BANNISTER Sergeant III Ollie WHITTO Sergeant II Drew TIMBS Sergeant II Ralph BARIUM Sergeant II Steve ASHBRIDGE Sergeant II Troy RAMIREZ Sergeant II Jay BLACK Sergeant I Tessa BROOKS Sergeant I Drake JACKSON Sergeant I Zayne BRIGHT Leading Senior Constable James NOVA Leading Senior Constable Nacho VIDEL Leading Senior Constable Dominic PERRELLI Leading Senior Constable Harry GOLDING Leading Senior Constable Regan TODD Leading Senior Constable Larry WILKO Leading Senior Constable Mike VELJOHNSON Leading Senior Constable David CLARK Leading Senior Constable Ryan LEE Leading Senior Constable Bailey NORTON Senior Constable Nick RUIZ Senior Constable Dylan WALTERS Detective Senior Constable Sammy SALAMI Senior Constable Jerry BAKER Senior Constable Benson HARISON Senior Constable Ben CARSON Senior Constable John RUSSEL Senior Constable Fabio CALZON Senior Constable Chris WILSON Senior Constable Michael IMPERIOLI Constable Fonzy TORRETO Constable Adam SANDLER Constable Chris SMITH Constable Sam SUNG Probationary Constable Leo MALAPITAN Probationary Constable Juice DEAN Probationary Constable Mark ZORO Probationary Constable Jerry MARTINEZ Probationary Constable Chad BANKS San Andreas Emergency Services Inspector Hope CAMRY Inspector Richard CUNNINGHAM Graduate Paramedic Kane MURPHY
  10. SAN ANDREAS POLICE FORCE SENIOR OFFICER ROLES SAPF Commissioners' Office SAPF Commander SAPF Command Level
  11. Groot, We have received and reviewed your application. Given the size of the vehicle and the risk it poses to the other road users, your application is conditionally approved with the following conditions: Vehicle must not be operated on main roads. It may be driven on side walks; You must place a device on the RC vehicle that will allow speed cameras and police radar to identify the vehicle on the ALPR systems; Vehicle must not be operated in 130kph zones. This approval will be reviewed on 31 Dec 2021.
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    Quarterly celebrations of outstanding citizens of San Andreas recognised through the Honours and Awards system. First investiture ceremony to be trialled at the Government House, on the 4th October 2020 from 8PM to 10PM. Decorations to be issued: Companion of the Order of Australian in the General Division (AC) Officer of the Order of Australia in the General Division (AO) Member of the Order of Australia in the General Division (AM) Public Service Medal (PSM) Australian Police Medal (APM) Australian Corrections Medal (ACM)
  13. Air Operator's Certificate AOC # - 3-SAGOV-20 Issued under section 6 Aviation Security Act To Gruppe6 Security, The office is pleased to announce the conditional approval and initial issue of your Air Operator's Certificate. The AOC is approved with the following conditions issued in accordance with section 6B of the Aviation Security Act 2018: 1. The operator shall comply with the provisions of the Aviation Security Act 2018, and any written directions issued by DoJ applicable to operations conducted under this certificate. 2. The aircraft shall be fitted with communication and navigation equipment suitable for use in conjunction with ground facilities applicable to the portion of the route in Australian Flight Information Regions. 3. The operator shall make no change in the operation, type or series of aircraft or terminal ports without first obtaining a further permission from DoJ. 4. The operator may enter into lease arrangements with third parties to obtain aircraft without DoJ's consent. 5. The operator must allow DoJ personnel to have access to the aircraft for the purposes of inspecting both the aircraft and its operation, to ensure compliance with the provisions of the Aviation Security Act 2018, in accordance with the standards which apply to operations conducted under this certificate. 6. This certificate shall be valid only while the operator is in possession of a valid permit, certificate, licence or other satisfactory document from the DoJ authorising the operations for which this certificate is issued 7. The operator is approved to conduct aerial work in aerial photography and search and rescue. However, the operator must not conduct aerial photography for surveillance purposes. 8. The operator is prohibited from conducting aerial platform shooting activities and any other activities outside the scope of this AOC's approval in page 1. 9. The operator is prohibited from transporting dangerous goods via the air. However, weapons may be carried by employees into controlled aerodromes and via the air while conducting approved private security business activities. The full AOC can be found here: To summarise, you will be responsible for aircraft acquisition from the approved list as negotiated with the Secretary of Justice (Maverick) via Quokka Group Aircraft Trading, as well as ensuring those who operate these aircraft hold a valid flight crew licence. Gruppe6 Security will be charged $100,000 per month while this AOC is still active, at the same time when the DoJ collect fees for your private security/Class R licence. Kind regards, Department of Justice Issued under the Seal of the Government of San Andreas on the 31st July 2020
  14. Air Operator's Certificate To Gruppe6 Security, Your application is deferred until such time your Chief Pilot attains a Commercial Pilot Licence (Helicopter), as other flight crew licences do not confer the privilege to operate an aircraft for commercial purposes. Your Head of Training and Checking neither possesses a Flight Instructor Rating nor a Flight Examiner Rating. The Department is not satisfied that the nominated person is suitable for the role of training nor checking on the grounds of lack of qualifications and safety risks. There are also no aircraft maintenance services contracted. The Department will not issue the "Surveillance" endorsement to this AOC on the grounds that Gruppe6 does not have a Private Security Licence Pre-Approval to operate for private investigation purposes. Until such time these items are rectified in your application, the Department is not convinced to issue an AOC by the sheer amount of underlying safety risks. As such, no AOC privileges are conferred upon this business to own or operate any aircraft in the mean time. Kind regards, Charlie Kingsford Smith Department of Justice
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