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  1. I'm genuinely sorry to hear that, but everything I do in game is strictly based on in-character experiences and intentions. Looking at my previous reports you can see that I've been constantly accused of "targeting certain criminals or factions" on an OOC level. However this is my job, and my duty ICly. This represents my role within the Police Department and I tend to take that responsibility that is given to me ICly. I have no reason to spread hatred against any player or faction on an OOC level. I have never conducted my in-character police duties based on my OOC feelings. This statement may be true for you but you need to understand nothing has been done to make your experience ruined in an OOC manner. You need to keep your OOC experience and feelings out of your in-character ones. Getting followed by a cop car and pulled over right after does not mean you were keeping it strictly IC. There was no reason for you not to keep it strictly IC. As the officer that decided to follow you for a short period of time before pulling you over, I do not see a reason to explain myself but I will do so. Around 30 minutes prior to this incident, we had a call from an officer regarding shots fired outside of a bank. We responded and cleared the bank. Multiple gang related vehicles owned by members if 6ix 7even were observed around the scene and Nathaniel Tugg's bike was one of them. Right after that incident, we had a bank robbery done by members of 6ix 7even again. They managed to get away we pursued multiple bikes and Nathaniel Tugg's bike was also involved. We got visual on his bike again and attempted to pull him over. Therefore this statement is again false and has no background information included. https://streamable.com/sxn121 You as a member of an official faction, have the responsibility to RolePlay up to the standards as you represent your faction's RolePlay in every aspect. You were expected to RolePlay properly however you failed to do so as you ignored my /me and walked away everytime I was typing one. This is not the standard I'm looking forward to see from an official faction. I personally represent the LSPD in many aspects. I always tend to use RP commands such as /me and /do as well as animations to provide good quality RolePlay in every scenario I may be involved in order to make sure my faction's RolePlay standards are where it should be. This does not cover up the fact that you avoided my RolePlay by walking away from me everytime I started typing and not responding to my /me. What you mentioned is your in-character motions and not a good explanation for avoiding RolePlay with me. Ummm, trying to remember a word is... weird? And I'm having trouble finding the OOC problem here. No, you were talking to other officers present on scene when I did a "/me leans in attempting to pat the man down". at 02:29 in my POV, you were not busy typing a /me for anyone else. You then proceeded to walk away and absolutely ignore my /me. You had no intentions of responding to it whatsoever as I REMINDED you to do so in our PMs. You did not listen and avoided RP with me once again. This is a Breach of non-rp and needs to be stopped as you have done the same thing with me through the past week. This statement is completely false and does not include any valid explanation as to why you avoided RolePlay and failed to respond to my /me even when you were reminded to do so. I don't have to lose anything worth of server currency to make a report against someone breaking server rules. But what I did lose was my time and a scenario where RolePlay could've been so much better. You then make a statement saying this factor shows I have OOC feelings towards your faction. This report shows nothing other than me wanting you to stop breaking server rules by ignoring my RolePlay. However you are not the first person to think that way. Those are very serious allegations made against me that would require for you to provide proof. Get your evidence ready and make a report regarding my "OOC feelings or intentions against your faction". End of the day, your faction "6ix 7even Spartans" is nothing special and is no different than other criminal factions in the server. I do what I do to every other faction providing a good roleplay and representation from my faction, and reporting anyone that breaches server rules no matter what faction they are part of.
  2. Player(s) being reported: Nathaniel_Tugg [ID 108] Date of interaction reported: 30/AUG/2021 Unix time stamp from HUD: 1630299151 Your character name: Peter Pearson Other player(s) involved: Carlo Deluca, Tristan Stanford, Kingsley Fisher. Specific rule(s) broken: 9. Non-Roleplay (NRP) Examples: Ignoring RP, baiting government services without proper IC reason, asking to be killed or forcing your own death, unrealistic stunt How did the player break the rule(s)? (300 words maximum) Traffic stop initiated on Nathaniel Tugg aka ID 108. Throughout the stop, ID 108 refused to RolePlay properly as he would walk away from me while I was typing a /me in order to interact with him. ID 108 completely ignored and avoided my /me RolePlay. Not once he decided to respond to my RolePlay properly. It is important to mention, this player is actively part of an official faction "6ix 7even". Player 108 was also instructed to not walk away from me while I am typing a /me and to respond to my /me's, however he continued ignoring my RolePlay interaction and decided to break server rules doing so. At this point I believe this has escalated to an OOC level as the same thing has been happening from the same player in the past. I am reporting this to make sure this will not be happening again in future interactions. Evidence of rule breach: https://youtu.be/7gTd01lLCpU Footage of Involved Parties: N/A
  3. This is true art! British Hip-Hop at it's finest as I always said!
  4. +1 If we look at other RP servers across different platforms, some of them do have those features which I find very interesting. Specially the Helicopter camera which could be very fun to use, though excessive factors such as the thermal camera would be very over powered and not fair to other players as it was mentioned. As of the internal upgrades of ECRP, I would say that the License suspension time check is also very helpful for a lot of players. Most people when they get their license suspended won't exactly know the duration of their suspension or when it ends, it'd be a lot more convenient for them if they could simply check their license and find out about that information.
  5. Player(s) being reported: Player ID 61 [Carlos Juan] Date of interaction reported: 10/FEB/2021 Unix time stamp from HUD: 1612950597 Your characters name: Peter Pearson Other player(s) involved: Tristan Andrews Specific rule(s) broken: Non-Roleplay (NRP) 9. Non-Roleplay (NRP) Actions that are unrealistic or promote poor quality roleplay are considered as non-roleplay. Players are required to remain IC at all times. RP can only be paused or voided by admins. If a crash / disconnect occurs, players must post in the crash reports discord channel and contact all parties to resume. Players reconnecting must be given all opportunities held prior. Players should not instigate situations they do not have time to play through. If a player is chased they must wait 15 minutes before they can log out of the game. Players can’t depict their character with real images or game images not possible on ECRP. Examples: Ignoring RP, baiting government services without proper IC reason, asking to be killed or forcing your own death, unrealistic stunt jumping, misusing expensive vehicles, using script work vehicles for other purpose, submerging any vehicle in water intentionally, swimming for an unrealistic amount of time in a chase, or stealing from / tampering with an OOC F4 menu. Non-off road vehicles may not drive up mountains or steep hills. LSEMS & Mechanics are exempt. How did the player break the rule(s)? Carlos Juan and his friend (Zach Simpson) were arrested on a traffic stop. Zach had to go to Mission row jail and Carlos had to be transported to DOC. We transported Zach first. After we transported Zach To Mission row PD, we then started to transport Carlos Juan to DOC. Carlos then decides to jump out of the cruiser while he was cuffed and the doors were closed. He was contacted via PM to speak out if he was glitched, though he clearly stated that he hopped out of the cruiser on purpose. He was then asked to return to the scene although he refused to do so. He was explained that this behavior is incorrect, however he did what he though was right. He was told to save his POV though he failed to do so. Evidence of rule breach: Tristan Andrew's POV: https://streamable.com/4v6vpo
  6. Saying get ready to shoot means that I'm not here to Role-Play and shows that I want to start a shootout? How did I escalate the situation? I asked you to step out due to the fact that you were failing to identify. That's a false statement. I have never interacted with any of you on my alt character. If you think that I do all of this because I got mixed feelings, well I'm sorry you feel that way. These allegations are very serious to be made and I hope you are prepared to back them up. I do not appreciate to be accused of something that is full of emptiness. All due respect but you have no idea what you are talking about. You do not even know who my alt character is. How about you stop making up factors to cover up your friend's rule breach and get to the real point? I also find it hard to believe that I held you up? I pulled out my shotgun knowing you're armed. I never pointed it towards you or any of the occupants. Instead of giving false information let's stick to the evidence we have. If you have a problem with the way I Role-Play and you believe it's an OOC issue, you are more than welcome to make a report about it. You are here to point out some meaningless comments of yours. I always get accused of having mixed feelings in my Role-Play even though I don't even know who the other party is OOCly. Yet you seem to be always the one who wants to make arguments out of character. You /PMed me right away when you got knocked down. That is the type of behavior everyone's facing with when they interact with you. Get your evidence ready and make a report about any OOC issues and stop making false assertions.
  7. I do not appreciate being called a liar. I did see the driver having a firearm on their back at Paleto parking lot when you switched the driver. I did call for backup and waited for them to arrive on scene. And YES I did value my life by calling for backup, I wasn't expecting to be deathmatched by an official faction however. How many cruisers were present on scene? With that amount of units on scene do you believe that your friend valued their life by opening fire knowing they'd be gunned down any second? Not only they put themselves in danger but they put the other occupants safety in danger by shooting at cops while they are pulled over by multiple cruisers. https://streamable.com/i7rhh7 This is the proof of me witnessing the firearm on ID 158 when they switched to driver's seat. https://streamable.com/odpru4 This footage shows that I keep my distance with the vehicle awaiting my backup's arrival. I kept my distance at all times and asked for more units.
  8. Player(s) being reported: ID 213 Date of interaction reported: 20/01/2021 Unix time stamp from HUD: 1611169511 Your characters name: Peter Pearson Other player(s) involved: Ash Volkov, Hina Okibi, David Blackrose, Enzo Volkov, Steve Smyth, Tom Brown. Specific rule(s) broken: Deathmatch (DM) Deathmatching is the act of attacking a player without a proper IC motive and interaction. Prior interaction should include escalation such as a robbery or a report to the police. Players may not kill victims who have complied with a plausible demand in reasonable time unless involved in severe hostile activity against them or an ally within 3 hours. Players on foot should only be attempted to be hit with a vehicle once with valid motive. Vehicles cannot be used as weapons in active shootouts unless where unavoidable. Players must be able to explain their reason and provide proof of prior reasoning if requested. If a player informs you that your VOIP isn’t working, you must either fix your VOIP using appropriate commands or use text to deliver your demand. How did the player break the rule(s)? Greetings, The Black and White Schafter V12 registered to Ash Volkov was pulled over by my unit. Me and David Blackrose were the initiating officers. We knew they were armed therefore we called for backup and waited until the responding units are in the area so we can pull the mentioned vehicle over. The driver gets asked to step out of the vehicle although ID 213 opened fire and injured me right on the spot. The vehicle then takes off and gets incapacitated by my Partner. I would like to understand their enough interaction with me that would give them the right to open fire at me if there was any. Is it enough of a reason to open fire at an officer on a traffic stop when another player is getting asked to step out of the vehicle? What sort of harm have I had towards the other party that would give them the right to open fire? Having said that, ID 158 PMed me after they were gunned down stating "You gave out demands". I would also like to develop my understanding over that statement. When an officer asks you to step out on a traffic stop, does that mean they have issued them valid demands and that gives the other party the right to open fire at them? Was that really the logic behind ID 213 opening fire at me? This has happened to myself many times as I have reported other players for opening fire at officers on a traffic stop. Kind regards. Evidence of rule breach: My POV: https://streamable.com/bie4xq David's POV: https://streamable.com/l0s6az
  9. If you feel your playtime goes to waist by IC interacting with me, well I'm sorry but all due respect you're going to have to solve it yourself. It's not my issue that you feel that way, I've never broken any OOC rules on you to be faced with such toxic comments in OOC. INFACT, you were the one that caused the RP to be paused and refused to Role-Play properly while stating out your very nice comments in OOC chat like anyone asked. Due to your actions in-game, the Role-Play had to be paused so you can be reminded how to behave in this community. ALL OF YOUR ACTIONS and STATEMENTS in /OOC caused MY experience to be ruined therefore you are not the only one feeling that way. So you decide to step out of the car and start shooting at officers knowing for a fact that you will be gunned down the second you pull out your weapon? You thought that was a smart move to do? If you really didn't want to be arrested and didn't want to face more Jail time or as you mentioned "Fines" you should have considered a smoother way out. You could have taken off, or simply just stepped out of the car and accepted the fact that you were being arrested. This way, you faced ALOT less jail time and fines. Therefore with you in this case, I do not think it's about "trying not to get arrested". So you just get out and start blasting officers with a pistol... nice! According to the fact that you have illegal items on you and you're asked to step outside the vehicle while you are pulled over by multiple cruisers with vests and heavy weapons on their back, your fight seems to be very unnecessary. That is why you do not get the right to fight and you will only have the option to flee. It is important how we make our decisions in-game because sometimes those decisions do not match server rules. Let's keep it simple. Your gang is in war with another criminal organization. You have had multiple inflictions and conflicts with the other gang and were involved in shootouts with them. Based on your past IC interactions and experiences with this gang, are you able to open fire at them ANYTIME you see them on the streets? I do not think so!
  10. All due respect, you felt wrong! After surviving a gunfight and gathering lots of supplies, the last thing you want is to be caught by other gangs or the police. You however decided to travel through one of the most crowded places in the server while driving all over the place with a stolen car in front of a police cruiser. The better option for you was to lay low and take a safer route to your destination. Another option for you was to be seated, wait until the cops walk up to the car and attempt to hold them at gunpoint making a secure route for yourself to evade. Or you could have just... taken off. BUT INSTEAD, you decide to copy paste a demand on your text bar, pull your gun out and start shooting at the cops right away. Let's say you really wanted to get away. When the first police cruiser was backing off while you were shooting at them, you had the greatest opportunity to get back in the car and leave the scene as no units were onto you except us. BUT NO... INSTEAD, you decide to keep up the very nice aim you have and continue shooting at the cops waiting for more units to show up. You did not even try to get back in the car and evade when you killed the other two officers in the unmarked cruiser. There were no demands, Only one demand which is not enough of a reason for you to shoot someone while they are in a motor vehicle with their engine on having a decent space with you. As you said "THE REBLA" got rammed by the unmarked cruiser that showed up on scene had no clue of what sort of situation they were getting into. "THE REBLA" was rammed by the cruiser NOT at a high rate of speed, although you were NEVER inside the Rebla were you? You were too busy shooting at every cruiser showing up on the scene waiting to get more kills like it's a shooting game. I find all of your actions on that scene unrealistic, not the Rebla getting rammed while it has no occupants.
  11. Player(s) being reported: ID 49 & 83 Date of interaction reported: 14/01/2021 Unix time stamp from HUD: 1610591261 Your characters name: Peter Pearson Other player(s) involved: Jango Gallo Specific rule(s) broken: Deathmatch (DM) Deathmatching is the act of attacking a player without a proper IC motive and interaction. Prior interaction should include escalation such as a robbery or a report to the police. Players may not kill victims who have complied with a plausible demand in reasonable time unless involved in severe hostile activity against them or an ally within 3 hours. Players on foot should only be attempted to be hit with a vehicle once with valid motive. Vehicles cannot be used as weapons in active shootouts unless where unavoidable. Players must be able to explain their reason and provide proof of prior reasoning if requested. If a player informs you that your VOIP isn’t working, you must either fix your VOIP using appropriate commands or use text to deliver your demand. How did the player break the rule(s)? Greetings, Me and my partner Jango Gallo (ID 115) were attempting to pull over a Rebla GTS which the occupants were IDs 49 and 83. The driver of the vehicle which was ID 49 states that he is in a rush and has an urgent call to get to. His requests got rejected by me as I guided him to stay for the duration of the traffic stop. The occupants then decide to step out of the car, give us 1 demand saying "Out of the car with hands up or die" and open fire at our cruiser. We have had this subject in previous reports as well. Are traffic stops really a reason to start shootouts which could lead to death of 2 players that only decided to respond to a call? I would like to question the "enough" interaction between my side and the other party that could possibly give them the right to open fire at us. Is a single demand considered as enough interaction to open fire, start a shootout and kill 2 other players that only decided to respond to a backup call from my unit? I find this behaviour very unacceptable as people start to open fire at other players giving out only 1 demand which there would be no time to obey or disobey to show off their shooting skills. Kind regards. Evidence of rule breach: https://streamable.com/3y1p8p
  12. Greetings, This is ID 330 Peter Pearson (shit cop). In that scenario it was not appropriate for me to reach for my gun and point at ID 262 due to the fact that apparently we were being held at gunpoint from 3 different angles. It is important to mention that I was only able to see one of the people that was holding us at gunpoint which was ID 262. There was a cruiser between ID 262 and myself therefore I was not being held at gunpoint directly by the player. There is an obstacle between me and 262 which I can use as my cover and that gives me enough time to withdraw my gun and open fire at the player. It is important to mention that I was not able to see ID 99 holding me at gunpoint and once I was able to see him I then pressed Ctrl+1 in order to put my hands up and comply. Once again, I reached for my gun only because I was not able to see other players pointing guns at us. I was only able to see ID 262 aiming a gun at myself while having a cruiser between us which would give me a reason to reach for my gun. Having said that, once I saw ID 99 also aiming his gun at us I went to put my hands up as I should've done in the first place, if I was able to notice ID 99. Kind regards. https://streamable.com/o5simy
  13. This is going to be a reply to both the responses from the parties above: The first thing I am going to address is the mentality behind "You did not lose anything". It does not matter. Just because I did not lose anything monetary-wise does not mean my time was not wasted. Just because I did not lose anything physical does not mean that my playing experience was not ruined. I am here to play the game, AKA play the role of an officer. Per server rules, I did not warrant ANYTHING other than you evading. You literally hopped out the car and started shooting. Did I say I was going to conduct an arrest? No. I simply asked you out of the car only to be met with a hail of gunfire. How would you feel if a random officer walked up to you, shot you out of nowhere without saying a single word, and then took you to the hospital. No harm done right? You didn't lose anything! You were taken to the hospital all good! No. It still is a violation of server rules regardless. This whole mentality that has appeared which is "The reporting party lost nothing! Such a petty report" is just plain toxic and disgusting. A players experience is STILL ruined. In the end you both got >injured< AND ended up going to jail. Why? Because you two thought it would be a good idea to open fire while surrounded by officers. As you said, I had backup and it was your friend and yourself in a car. You were literally trying to suicide by cop. Which to be honest is questionable in itself. You're supposed to care about and value your life. Did you really think that situation was a win for you? To step out of the car in a NORMAL TRAFFIC STOP with multiple units there and then start shooting? You have two options: Fight or Flee. You decided to fight yet had no rights to. I never said "You're going to jail!". I was simply conducting a traffic stop. Just because you are asked to step out does not mean you're going to jail. Countless times have we or any other officer asked other people to step out (For our safety RPly) and have not arrested someone. The second thing I will be addressing is the whole misconception with not being told WHY you're being pulled over and WHY we ask people to step out of the car. (Which is an IC issue but I'll be nice and explain anyway since it seems to be a big part of your defense here feigning ignorance to the rules). We ask people to step out of the car simple for officer safety, It allowed us to not be shot at by passengers and stops people from evading right after. Some officers also choose to not say why people are being pulled over because with experience comes lessons learned. If you tell someone why they're being pulled over, they'll think that they're some kind of lawyer and start disputing tickets on the spot and then question our probable cause and reasonable suspicion etc. These things all mentioned are perfectly acceptable in traffic stops and also FULLY IN-CHARACTER ACTIONS that have 0 effect on "DM rights". Just because you THINK you are going to jail is NOT reason to open fire on an officer. There has been multiple times where people have been punished for shooting cops because they THINK their friend is being arrested. The entire argument here provided by both parties is one big strawman's fallacy. They keep trying to iterate the fact that they were not told why they're being pulled over which is completely irrelevant. I was shot with no rights to. The only thing being said over and over in a loop here is things like "He wasn't telling us why we were being pulled over" "He asked us out of the car which is NOT normal traffic stop behavior" "My time was being wasted" "I just wanted to buy items". Literally has ZERO to do with the fact I never stated ANYONE was being arrested. I never escalated ANYTHING. I just got shot.
  14. Player(s) being reported: Valentina and Arabella Guadalupe (ID 185 & 220) Date of interaction reported: 07/01/2021 Unix time stamp from HUD: 1609979862 Your characters name: Peter Pearson Other player(s) involved: Mike Reyes, Ryan Veska, Kane Mysterio, Marcus Curtis, Rick Bennett, Elizabeth Sanchez, Phillipe Sanchez, Grace Morris. Specific rule(s) broken: Deathmatching Deathmatch (DM) Deathmatching is the act of attacking a player without a proper IC motive and interaction. Prior interaction should include escalation such as a robbery or a report to the police. Players may not kill victims who have complied with a plausible demand in reasonable time unless involved in severe hostile activity against them or an ally within 3 hours. Players on foot should only be attempted to be hit with a vehicle once with valid motive. Vehicles cannot be used as weapons in active shootouts unless where unavoidable. Players must be able to explain their reason and provide proof of prior reasoning if requested. If a player informs you that your VOIP isn’t working, you must either fix your VOIP using appropriate commands or use text to deliver your demand. How did the player break the rule(s)? Greetings, Valentina Guadalupe, Arabella Guadalupe and Mike Reyes were pulled over in a white Kamachou by me and my partner (Ryan Veska). Valentina was the driver, Arabella was the passenger and Mike Reyes was in the back seat. The traffic stop leads to the point where Valentina Guadalupe (the driver) gets asked to step out of the vehicle. Valentina and Arabella both stepped out of the vehicle, decided to pull out a gun and shoot at me and my partner (Ryan Veska). Although they were both gunned down by Ryan Veska and no one from PD side got injured. I would like to find out why they thought it's a good idea to step out of the car and start shooting at officers on a traffic stop? Are traffic stops a reason to shoot and give people DM rights? What would be their enough interaction to open fire? And why Valentina would get out and open fire when I clearly have typing above my head and am answering Kane Mysterio's RolePlay in /do? Other than that I would like to mention after the gunfight, Valentina and Arabella went directly into OOC chat and started to complain about the situation by accusing me of NON RP. It is important to state the fact that it would not be their first time doing so. Valentina of course received a Warning due to OOC toxicity right on the spot although I want to make sure that it is safe to have Role-Play interactions with the other party as they seem to be interested in using /b on every occasion. Please let me know if there is anymore evidence required to be provided. Kind regards. Evidence of rule breach: MY POV: https://streamable.com/9jkw3r MY PARTNER'S POV (RYAN VESKA): https://streamable.com/0uas3i
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