Restructure of Emergency Services

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Sep 1, 2021
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Myles Foreman
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Announcement: Restructure of Emergency Services​

Good Day Citizens,

We're thrilled to bring you important tidings regarding the dynamic shift in our city's emergency services. Following an in-depth discussion within the Department of Justice, we're proud to unveil the metamorphosis of our emergency response units.

In the weeks ahead, the Los Santos Police Department (LSPD), Blaine County Sheriff's Office (BCSO), and San Andreas State Police (SASP) will unite under a singular banner underneath the Department of Public Safety (DPS), known henceforth as the Los Santos County Sheriff's Office (LSCSO). This transformation is designed to bolster our forces and synchronize our efforts to confront the challenges our state faces.

Appointment of a New Sheriff: To begin these changes, we will introduce a new Sheriff, entrusted with the weighty task of hand-picking their entire command team. The Sheriff's role is pivotal in shaping the department's future. Be on the lookout for upcoming announcements on how you can throw your hat into the ring.

Fire Department Realignment: Concurrent with this reformation, we're orchestrating a shift within the Los Santos Fire Department (LSFD). It will now operate alongside the Los Santos County Sheriff's Office under the aegis of the Department of Public Safety, offering volunteer and firefighter positions. This alteration is intended to provide a spectrum of opportunities for citizens keen on firefighting and emergency response.

Appointment of the Attorney General: To further solidify this transition, we are pleased to announce the plan of appointing of a new Attorney General. This esteemed role will serve as the guardian of justice within the state, ensuring that the principles of law and order are upheld, and will be appointed during the restructure process.

We understand that these changes might spark inquiries. Rest assured, our aim is to simplify and streamline all of emergency services and the collaboration between both remaining departments to better support the state and it's citizens.

Should you have immediate inquiries or concerns, do not hesitate to contact the Chief Justice or myself. More information will follow in the coming days.

Myles Foreman
Inspector General
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