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  1. Name: Captain Tanner Brown 1L39 SteamID: STEAM_0:0:438113461 Current rank: Captain How long you have been in your rank (The rank you currently are): 2 1/2 months Rank Wanted: Major How many warns do you have? 9 Do you have a Working mic? Yes Permission(Not required If applying for Lt-Cpt): Zeeptin and Mr. Valkyrie Why should you be promoted? : Major. A rank of great passion and honor. A stepping stone to high command. A rank earned by only the truly dedicated Captains. A rank that felt so far away so long away, yet a rank that I am so close to that I will do anything in my power to achieve it. I believe that I deserve the rank of Major due to my professionalism while on the job and continuing respect towards the Police Department, as well as all other departments. I have always shown great respect towards all ranks in the Police Department, especially my higher-ups. As my time as a Captain, I feel that I have exceeded the expectations that were set for me. I have gained knowledge for various aspects of command including how to handle certain situations, how to properly conduct and participate in Police Meetings, how to take care of officers who are overstepping their boundaries, as well as officers who are overachievers and deserve a reward. I have had to talk to many officers for many different reasons, whether it be a good talk or a bad talk, after our conversion, the officer has learned a very valuable lesson. As many of you know, there has been a new system put in place by high command, being the Partnering System. This system states that if there is 10 Police on the job, every officer should have someone to ride along with. As a Captain, I tried my best to enforce this system every time I was on the server. Despite my efforts, there are still officers either unaware of this system or ignoring this system. As a Major, I will continue enforcing this rule and if needed, further punish officers who are repeat offenders of not following the system. On the topic of ride alongs, I have recently seen Patrol Officers patrolling on foot. This is unacceptable. Patrol officers who patrol on foot are vulnerable to being kidnapped and in addition, are not learning anything from their commanding officers which leads to further problems. Any officer above the rank of Senior Patrol Officer is required to take a Patrol Officer on a ride-along if he/she is in need of one. Yet I still see some officers ignoring those in need of a ride-along. As a Captain, I was able to take care of this problem pretty well. Whether that meant me personally taking that officer on a ride-along, having another officer take the ride-along, or punishing officers who refused to take others on ride alongs. Another prominent problem that I see very often is officers who are not in TeamSpeak while on duty. It is required for every officer to be in TeamSpeak in order to be easily contacted if needed, have increased combination with fellow officers, and be updated if anything happens. I have been conducting random TeamSpeak checks in order to keep every officer on their best and to make sure they are following the guidelines. If I come across an officer who is not in TeamSpeak, I normally give them about a minute to get in it before I have a talk with them. If I were to come across an officer who I constantly find to not be in TeamSpeak, I explain to that officer the importance of being in it and give them a punishment if needed. Officers unable to follow traffic laws has also been a big problem recently. If citizens see our officers speeding and running stoplights, they will do the same. Officers should understand that we influence the acts of our citizens. If we don’t follow the traffic laws while on duty, they won’t follow the traffic laws in their everyday life. One last point I want to touch on is trading cadets. Our sergeants and higher have been doing very well in regards to training cadets. I feel that I have a part in the change. I, along with other command members, have been working hard to punish any officers who refuse to do their duties and train cadets. If and when they do get along to training said cadet, they train incorrectly or improperly. When I take on the duty to train a cadet, I go that extra mile to ensure the soon to be officer has no problems while he/she is out on patrol. I also take the newly trained officer on a ride-along and if I’m unable to do so, I make sure a trusted officer takes the officer on a ride-along and report back to me how the officer performed. If the newly trained officer has any confusions, firstly I clear those confusions and then make sure to talk more about that point in my next training. For those actions whilst I was a Captain, I feel that I deserve the rank of Major. You agree that complaining or breaking any rules put down by High Command will result in your complete removal from PD Command (Yes/No): Yes
  2. I am really sad to write this but I feel that with my current schedule I can’t stay as active as I was before. Thank Myan and Josh for being good commanders.
  3. In-Game Name: Tanner brown Length of LOA (Time must be Specified): 04-08 to 04-15 Reason for LOA (if private that is fine): I have major testing this week .
  4. In-game name: Tanner Brown   Rank: Cpt Length: 3/19-3/25   Reason: Private
  5. Name: Tanner Brown SteamID: STEAM_0:0:438113461 Current rank: LT How long you have been in your rank (The rank you currently are) : 3 months Rank Wanted: Captain How many warns do you have? 9 Do you have a Working mic? Yes Permission(Not required If applying for Lt-Cpt): N/A Captain; a stepping stone to high command. A rank that needs dedication and passion. The rank wanted by all Lt's but only the best get. I should get captain because of my dedication and passion towards the Police Department. I show respect towards all ranks in the Police Department; especially my higher-ups. As a Lieutenant, I have learned how to handle different situations like a patrol officer not listening to higher-ups. I have helped with a lot of PD meetings and now I think I can handle one on my own and address the good and bad things that PD is doing as a whole. I remember getting promoted to OFC, getting ready to go along with my higher ups and stopping people that break laws. I was really nervous because I was new to the community and didn't know a lot of people. Through the time as an OFC, I have gained knowledge and respect of the citizens, higher-ups, and criminals. As an OFC it was my goal to become an SNR, get to take OFC's on ride alongs and to have my own car. The next PD meeting I heard my name when they were doing promotion, I was shocked because I thought this day will never come. I learned more about the community and started to get more involved in the community, and forms. I am apart of a PD group called the Browns it consists with my cousins, the Browns have all risen in rank in PD and gained respect. I can also enforce new rules that are given and enforce SGT+ training cadets when there are cadets on. Thank you for taking the time to read my application. You agree that complaining or breaking any rules put down by High Command will result in your complete removal from PD Command(Yes/No): Yes
  6. In-game name: Tanner Brown Rank: LT Length: 2/11 to 2/17  Reason: Private