Answer each question in a word or a sentence.
Nickname - Nord
Username - njogrsenbalgruf
Age - 17
Nationality - Filipino
Current Gang/Squad/Company - Vandalos de El Corona
Current Group(s) - Current listed below are my current group(s):
- Knighthounds Contractors
- San Andreas Studios
- MJ Enterprises
- The Motor Heads
- All Load Trucking
- Lounge Inc.
- Radio SA
- Black Eagle Security
- San Andreas Police Academy - void
Rate your English proficiency on a scale of 0-10 - I can say that I can speak fluently, so it's more of 9/10.
Answer ANY 5 of the below 7 questions, in at least 30 words.
You find a car speeding through the streets; you decide to engage in a chase with said vehicle. Eventually the vehicle pulls over and you approach the driver’s window. As you are about to speak to the man, you notice a firearm sitting on the passenger’s seat. How do you deal with this situation? Explain in detail. -
As a law enforcer, The first thing that I'm going to be doing is to ask the passenger's status, How's he doing, why he was speeding and promptly ask him for any license and registration for the said firearm that I saw in the vehicle's passenger seat. I then will proceed to tell him that this gun is illegally displayed and should be concealed. After viewing the right papers, I will gladly ask for his identification and ask why he was speeding. Depending on how many citations he has had in the past, I will be issuing a ticket and/or a fine if he cooperates well, and even a driver's license confiscation if necessary. If all goes well, I'll be releasing him and going back to my car.
You get a dispatch call to an address in the rural part of town (in the middle of nowhere), regarding a domestic dispute. You respond to this call; you arrive to the address to find the lights are off and it appears as there is no one home. What is your next step? Explain in detail. -
I will be radioing the dispatch about the house's current status and other details as such any forms of break in, damaged property or other reasons. I then will proceed to grab my gun and holster it, leave my vehicle and approach the house in complete caution. I will be knocking the door and will ask for people, then I will say that a law enforcement is present and is demanding entry for a report. If nothing responds, I will be observing the house in different sides, look for signs of activity and proceed to knock once more. However, if a person is present. I will be proceeding to tell him/her about the report and politely ask to enter the house for an investigation. If the report is right, I will be comprehending the said suspect and ask for him/her to cooperate well and nothing bad will happen. Whether he or she cooperates or not, I will bring him to the station. Lastly, I will radio my status to Dispatch about the said report is positive or negative and I have the suspect/Not have the suspect in my custody.
You respond to a call by the hitchhiker in the forest, he claims someone tried to kidnap him. You get to the forest in the middle of the night, you find the man. You are alone and its possible the offender is hiding in the forest. What will you do now? Explain in detail. -
First and foremost, I will ask why he is hitchhiking in the middle of the forest at night time, Ask how and why he got there and for other descriptive information. I then will be asking where he last saw the offender and if the information is correct, I will radio in Dispatch about the suspect's last location, status and possibility of the offender that it is still hiding somewhere in the forest. If the situation involved an Assault, I then will be calling for a backup about it and possibly ask for a chopper since it is night time and we are looking for a person in the middle of the forest, If we actually manage to find the offender, he will be comprehended and bought to the station, alongside the hitchhiker for further interrogation.
You are patrolling with a partner; the day has been quiet. You reach an intersection and stop at a red light, suddenly there is a loud bang! A bullet comes flying through the window and hits your partner in the neck. The offender is still firing multiple rounds at your cruiser. Do you attempt to fire back at the offender? Do you help your partner? Do you ensure the safety of the civilians? Or Do you do something entirely different? Explain how you would deal with this situation. -
First of all, the suspect is indeed firing the shots at our cruiser, which means that the offender is focused at us, nevertheless the possibility of the civilians getting harmed is also evident. A more logical way of doing this is checking if my partner's gunshot wound is lethal or not. If it is lethal, I will be radioing in a 10-13 at the intersection since an officer is shot and in need of immediate medical assistance, I then will call for backup about a rouge gunman and a possibility of the civilians getting involved is apparent. Afterwards, I will be looking if there are any civilians involved, whether shot or not. I then will be firing back at the suspect, first warning shots then if successful, I will proceed to fire more focused shots until the suspect is down or wounded. The option of running away is really not an option even though my partner is in the brink of death, since we pledged an oath wherein we are willing to sacrifice ourselves for the sake of others, ".....I will always have the courage to hold myself and others accountable for our actions. I will always uphold the Constitution, my community, and the agency I serve."
You are off-duty at a local convenience store when you notice a little girl all alone, it appears that she may be lost. Do you help her? You are off duty after all. Explain your reasoning. -
Yes, even if I'm off duty or not. Every person's job is to help people, regardless of social status and employment. Even if I'm off duty, I still will be helping people. I'm still a police officer, just without the badge, the uniform and the gun.
I will ask the girl for her name and why she suddenly ended up in the convenience store. I then will ask the store clerk about the girl, if she's a relative or if she is indeed alone. I then will tell her that I will bring her to the station so that her parents can come and pick her up, if she does not insist to come (which is expected, since your parents tell you to not trust the strangers) I will instead call the station about a lost girl at the said convenience store and ask for an officer to pick her up, since I am indeed of duty and I can't bring her to the station without any proof of being a police. I then will wait for the officer to arrive and will ensure her safety.
You are called to an armed bank robbery, there are multiple hostages and approximately 3 offenders inside the bank. You do not have a visual on the offenders and you can not be sure there are not more inside. The offenders have threatened to kill hostages if you do fallback. How can you ensure minimal harm to the hostages and the arrest of the offenders? -
As a law enforcer that I am, I will be looking for any back entrances or any pathways that leads inside the bank, I will then ask the S.W.A.T or any other special force (if there are any) to have this plan wherein they will be breaching the bank either by the sunroof or by an exit. I will then ask for the sniper to scout the building and see where the offenders are located at, then, I will be accessing the CCTVs, supposedly a remote cyber van is present, then I will be observing their movements and their locations. If everything is planned, I will then tell the S.W.A.T team to approach the exit silently (or if any sunroofs are present, Approach with a "bang") I then will be presenting myself unarmed at the front of the bank and ask the suspects to release the hostages and no one will get hurt, considering that they won't be agreeing at first request, I will proceed to ask if they have any request or demands. If we did get their attention and they released a hostage, I then will be proceeding to ask if they have more demands or not (until all the hostages are released) If not, however, I will tell the S.W.A.T team to engage the plan and comprehend the suspects. I did this because usually, these robbers will immediately surrender if they are surprised or approached with a surprising way.
You are walking around the local area when you notice a suspicious man across the road, you stand for a moment before you realise that he is selling illegal narcotics. You approach the man and frisk search him, as you search him you find the narcotics. He offers you $1000 and some good “shit” to let him off. Do you take the bribe? Do you let him go? Explain your reasoning. -
Of course not, I will be arresting him right away and confiscate his drug money alongside his illegal narcotics. However, if I were to asked, I will "accept" the bribe and ask where he gets his "good shit". If I actually persuade him to bring me to his supplier (Given the fact that he is convinced that I am a dirty cop and I want to buy drugs), I then will be "thanking him" and actually, arresting him instead. Whereas I will be confiscating his drug money alongside his illegal narcotics. Then I will tell my supervisors about the supplier's location and will organize either a drug buy-bust or a raid.