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Post by Admin on Fri Oct 12, 2018 6:34 am

This topic should help those build a surviving member of the R.P.D., remembering names and the weapon load out provided by the Police. Ammunition was also 'limited' by an act instated by Chief Brian Irons, so be sure to vocalize your distaste to the prick while posting Wink (should that be your character's thing)

It should be noted, due to the outbreak, many officers were cut off from one another, and thus all were not able to report in to many events due to the chaos. Some may have been off duty or holding up on another side of the city. In the end, whats listed here isn't to limit you, but to act as a guide on how to proceed with your creation of such officers. Also listed is my personal officer I rp as, and have rped as since 2006, Damian. If you're a SWAT character, he's one of your superiors Wink No worries, I'm not a task master Very Happy


Chain of Command (names to remember):
Chief of Police Brian Irons
Deputy Chief Raymond Douglas
Captain David Ford (Uniformed Patrol)
Captain Joseph 'Joe' Cahil (S.W.A.T.)
Lieutenant Marvin Branagh (Uniformed Patrol)
Lieutenant Damian Handy (S.W.A.T. and Pilot)


Organization and structure
The Raccoon City Police Department was comprised of several divisions, including Patrol Division, Special Weapons and Tactics (S.W.A.T.), the Disbanded Special Tactics and Rescue Service (S.T.A.R.S), and a K-9 Unit. Information about these divisions is given below:

Patrol Division
The Patrol Division was the backbone of the RPD, containing some of the most recognizable division members in the city. They provided around-the-clock service on foot, by patrol car and by aerial surveillance to the residents of Raccoon City. During the Raccoon City Destruction Incident, these officers were pushed to their limits in dealing with the hordes of undead creatures overrunning the city whilst coordinating evacuations and protecting civilians who were trying to escape. They sustained near total casualties during the incident, with a mere handful of officers escaping alive.

Captain David Ford, and Lieutenant Marvin Branagh were notable officers in this division.

Raccoon S.W.A.T.
The Special Weapons and Tactics (S.W.A.T.) was created to replace S.T.A.R.S. after the unit was disbanded following its disastrous operation in the Arklay Mountains. Like its predecessor, S.W.A.T. personnel were specially trained to deal with high risk operations and incidents of violent crime. The members of this team were skilled in the use of many weapons and were all in top physical and mental condition.

Captain Joesph Cahil and Lieutenant Damian Handy were in command of the two SWAT Divisions, Charlie and Delta respectively. Sargent Ben Winters and Sargent Rita Janson are also notable members within Charlie and Delta units.

Other divisions
The K-9 unit consisted of specially trained officers and their dogs – all police dogs were Doberman Pinschers at the suggestion of Chief Irons. They would have been a valuable asset to the RPD. During the viral outbreak, this unit was completely annihilated by the t-Virus, with all of the department's dogs becoming infected, and running amok around the basement of the station. The only known officer from this unit was Tony.

In addition to the divisions mentioned above, the RPD also had minor departments containing 2-3 officers. Elran, for instance, worked in the Juvenile Division.

The Arklay County Sheriff's department also existed and patrolled most of the Arklay forest region.


Uniform:
The standard uniform for patrol officers consisted of a white collared shirt and dark grey patrol trousers (Summer Uniform) and fall winter uniforms were light blue V-necked collar shirt with the RPD logo on both shirt-sleeves. This was accompanied with black trousers and black patrol boots. Caps and black ties were part of the uniform, but it is hard to tell if these were optional or merely neglected due to the outbreak.

Specialist divisions within the RPD had their own uniforms. Tony, a K-9 unit dog handler, wore a uniform which consisted of a white non-collared shirt under a black jacket and a plain cap more resembling a baseball-cap than those worn by Harry and Raymond.

More armoured uniforms were in service in 1998. Kevin Ryman wore a short-sleeved black jacket with the letters "R.P.D." on the front during the outbreak, which was exposed as a V-neck. He did not appear to wear a shirt underneath. Leon S. Kennedy, a rookie, was provided with a similar uniform, though in dark blue and covering the neck. Leon did wear a white, long sleeved shirt under his jacket. Both had pads above each shoulder and wore black gloves, however. These uniforms were themselves not far from the Raccoon SWAT uniform, which wore a dark blue shirt under a similarly-designed body armour. SWAT also had access to riot helmets.


Firearms
The Raccoon City Police Department possessed a variety of weapons for its officers.

The standard RPD sidearm was the Beretta 92F, which was being issued to many officers to replace the older issue VP70's and Browning Hi-Powers. As mentioned, other RPD officers were provided with Hecker & Koch VP70s, which could be modified within the main building. The Browning Hi-Power was also provided. SWAT officer Kevin Ryman was known to have used his own handgun while on-duty, though this may have been a personal firearm allowed for use. Kendo Modified Desert Eagles were also in service for the RPD for use against heavily armored criminals, with at least one model known to have the RPD emblem on it. The S.T.A.R.S. vault also contained either a S&W Model 629 and the H&K Penn Arms L1 Grenade Launcher.

Officers licensed for shotguns were provided with SPAS-12s and Remington M870s.

SWAT personnel were provided with MP5 Submachine Guns. The M79 Grenade Launcher also found usage in the RPD as a crowd-control weapon. A final weapon known to have been used by the RPD was the Ingram M-11


Vehicles
The Raccoon City Police Department's fleet of vehicles initially used the 1979-1990 Chevy Caprices as the standard patrol vehicle, though in its final years, it began replacing them with the 1992-1997 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor.

The RPD used an Aérospatiale/Eurocopter AS350B police helicopter for air patrol and provided a further two Bell UH-1 helicopters for S.T.A.R.S. operations; one of which was destroyed during the Arklay Mansion Incident.

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Post by Admin on Mon Dec 10, 2018 1:53 pm

The Arklay County Sheriff Department are an organization which had more jurisdiction than the R.P.D., and worked as Forest Rangers for the surrounding Arklay Woodland.

The Arklay County Sheriff Department are not entirely talked about or seen in the Resident Evil Universe, save from the screenshots we have from the upcoming Resident Evil 2 Remake. The description of the uniform will be transcribed below by using the said images as reference, the firearms will be something that I have come up with and doesn't reflect any actual weapons uses by the in game Sheriff department unless specified in game. Will update if more info is released.

Chain of Command (names to remember):
Sheriff (unnamed, feel free to play them if you want, will update if so)
Senior Deputy Franklin Wheeler (Now Deceased)


Uniform:
The uniform consists of a tan collared shirt with brown epaulets/shirt pockets and brown straight leg trousers with a tan stripe down the leg, with black police boot's, black utility/duty belt with gold belt buckle and a shoulder mounted radio handset. A denotation of rank is displayed on the collar of the uniform. Both shoulders of the shirt display the Arklay Sheriff's Dept. patch while a US flag and badge is displayed on the front of the shirt. A brown Sheriff's ball cap or a trooper hat is worn with the uniform depending on rank.

More armored uniforms were in service in 1998. A black kevlar utility vest is sometimes worn over top with 'SHERIFF' printed in yellow on the back of the vest with pouches for ammunition on the front. Full fingered shooting gloves was also worn.


Firearms
Like the Raccoon City Police Department, the Arklay County Sheriff's Department possessed a variety of weapons for its officers, and some a bit more powerful than the RPD, while others were able to interchange well between both departments.

The standard Sheriff sidearm was the 9mm Glock 17, which was being issued to many deputies to replace the older issue 9mm Browning Hi-Powers. As mentioned, other deputies were provided with the Browning Hi-Power, similarly to the RPD. Kendo Modified Silver Serpents, a .357 Revolver based on the model used by Barry Burton, were also provided for Senior and Junior Deputies.

Officers licensed for shotguns were provided with Benelli M3S and Remington M870s.

For heavier weaponry, alongside the MP5 Submachine Gun they had M16 Semi-Auto Assault Rifles. They also carried .30-30, and .45-70 Lever Action Rifles as well as a bolt-action Model 70 for patrolling the Arklay Forests and mountains. They also carried a Arwen 37 and M79 Grenade Launcher.


Vehicles
The Arklay Sheriff's Department's fleet of vehicles used the 1997 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor, and the 1997 Ford Expedition 4X4 Suv Police Unit model.

They also used an Aérospatiale/Eurocopter AS350B police helicopter for air patrol.

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