Playtime Requirements

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Playtime and Activity Requirements

Captains

No activity or playtime requirements exist for the Captains. The Captains are the head of the force and are responsible for managing playtime requirements. They reserve the right to change the requirements at any time.

Captains are free to conduct any of the activities available to Sergeants and Lieutenants.

Lieutenants

Activities
Interviews 8
Total Activities Required 12
  • 25 hours of in game playtime (civilian play time counts towards this)

Lieutenant activities:

Below outlines some of the activities that Lieutenants can complete. A maximum of 2 apps or IA reports a day per Lieutenant is enforced. No other activities have daily limits.

If an application has remained unprocessed for over 8 hours, Lieutenants may process them even if they have reached their 2 a day max.

  • Internal Affairs reports
  • Cadet Interviews and Exams
  • Other disciplinary action
  • Cadet’s Third Ridealong
  • Trainings
  • Briefings

Sergeants

Sergeants cannot go inactive just like Lieutenants without losing the rank.

Activities
Ride-Alongs 2
Total Activities Required 8
  • 25 hours of in game playtime (civilian play time counts towards this)

Sergeant activities: A maximum of 2 apps a day per Sergeant is enforced.

  • New Police Applications
  • Ridealongs
  • Disciplinary Action
  • Trainings
  • Briefings

Corporals

Corporals must log in at least once in a 1 month period. No inactivity warnings will be given.

Keep in mind that activity requirements may change at any time. If there are any activity requirement changes, there will be advanced notice. As a Corporal, it is your responsibility to keep up to date with new changes in regards to activity requirements.

Constables

Constables currently have no activity requirements, however, if they fail to play cop for over 4 months they may be removed from the force.

Cadets

Cadets currently have no activity requirements.

If an individual has been a Cadet for over 30 days, they are eligible to be removed from the force by a Lieutenant.

Inactivity Reinstatement

Members of the staff that fall into inactive status will have their application marked as inactive, in good standing (if they have no points on their record at time of departure), and will have their whitelist status removed (not marked as blacklist.) When returning, inactive staff may submit a new application for review.

Reinstatement only applies to members of the APD that were inactive. It does not apply to members who left due to disciplinary matters or not in good standing. (If the applicant has points on their record at time of departure, they are not considering having left "in good standing".) If there are questions as to the eligibility of an application, review it with a Captain.

Returning members may not be promoted at a rank higher than they left.

Returning members will be handled as follows:

Previous Rank Entry Requirements Promotion Requirements
Cadet Submit new app

Meet time requirements

Cadet week

Pass SGT RA

Promotion to Constable

Constable Submit new app

Meet time requirements

3 days as Cadet

Pass SGT RA

Promotion to Constable

Corporal Submit new app

Time requirement waived

3 days as Cadet

LT Reviews Request

Pass SGT RA

Promotion to Constable

Sergeant Submit new app

Time requirement waived

No Cadet time required

LT Reviews Request

Reinstatement up to corporal at LTs discretion

Lieutenant Submit new app

Time requirement waived

No Cadet time required

Captain Review