SAFP Internal RP/Event.
The Medal of Honor.
The San Andreas Federal Police Medal of Honor is the highest award that may be bestowed upon a member of the service. Recipients of this medal are chosen from an already distinct group, those honorably mentioned in Department records for individual acts of extraordinary bravery intelligently performed in the line of duty at imminent and personal danger to life. Specifically, the Department Medal of Honor is awarded for acts of gallantry and valor performed with knowledge of the risk involved, above and beyond the call of duty.
The acts of bravery, exceptional valor and dedication to duty we are recognizing today illustrate why our country remains the safest country in the world. Their courage,loyalty and professionalism is sampling about the work in San Andreas Federal Police (SAFP).
We honor those who answered the call of duty and rose above it. For their courage and dedication, these officer have earned the police department’s highest acclamations,All of today’s honorees put will before fear and performed extraordinary service for the people of our country. For that we say thank you, and offer our most sincere congratulations on this special day.
The officer Scooter received the Medal of Honor, the Police Department’s highest award, for his actions last february when he intervened in an armed robbery in progress he observed while off-duty. Despite being shot in the chest by the perpetrators, the officer Scooter managed to warn bystanders, and in a remarkable display of marksmanship and calm under fire, shot one of the assailants while applying pressure to his own wound, and gave chase to the two remaining suspects until he encountered an ambulance and was transported to a hospital where doctors removed a .380-caliber bullet from his chest.
The officer metrixz while on patrol in Las Venturas when responded to a call of a man with a gun inside an apartment. The suspect was holding another male at gunpoint, refused the officers’ repeated orders to drop his weapon and turned his gun at them. After an exchange of gunfire, the perpetrator was arrested.
The police officers being honored today have distinguished themselves both personally and professionally, and they embody all that makes SAFP. Each circumstance was different, and each case unique. But the one constant among these officers was commitment—commitment to the Squad, commitment to the people of our country, and commitment to our solemn duty to protect all lives, even at the expense of our own.
To protect with courage, to serve with compassion.
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