Written by Danny


Dear all,

Thank you for your continued service and dedication throughout April. I spent much of the month on a leave of absence but I am glad to have come back to the department being in such a positive and progressive state. For new employees and inquisitive civilians reading this newsletter, this is a document which is published every month and is carefully written and constructed by the High Command team cohesively. We put a lot of time and attention into this document where we summarize recent events within the San Andreas State Police and discuss future events we have planned, as well as rewarding Troopers and Supervisors for their continued service and dedication to the department.

This month has seen nineteen State Troopers inducted into the department from Academy Batch #41 - which is fantastic to see! I have seen a lot of you on the field and greeted you personally, if I have not yet then I anticipate to do so soon. It's been fantastic to see so many of you apply to divisions that genuinely interest you as you start to formulate your own unique career path within the department. This department continues to offer unique experiences for everybody as we attempt to cater for everybody's interests and allow you to prosper in a division or in a role which genuinely interests you, whilst simultaneously contributing to law enforcement and upholding the values of the San Andreas State Police. If anybody has any queries or concerns regarding their career path or any questions regarding how they can contribute to the department, administratively or in the field, feel free to contact a Supervisor who will help you construct your goals!

Thank you for reading this short introduction and I hope you enjoy the rest of the newsletter.

Lieutenant Colonel Vincent Kemp

High Command Team


Written by Kemp


VICE™ Nightclub Whips Up A Storm
Published and edited by Mercedes Montana for County Radio on 30th April 2017

  • VICE™ Nightclub exceeded party numbers with a staggering 65 party goers!
  • Free VIP available to all party goers for the grand opening.
  • Owner Harriet Fairfield quoted to be excited for next opening!

Yesterday evening was an exciting affair with many Red County Residents eager to step inside the brand new nightclub and lounge, VICE™. Owned and sponsored by County Radio employees, our entire staff team were on hand to assist as and where possible. Local residents were also drafted in for bar work and security as numbers of party goers creased throughout the evening to a staggering 65 heads!


DJ Mercy, or Mercedes 'Sarno' Montana as she may be better known, was at the helm providing entertainment and shoutouts on behalf of County Radio. Mrs. Montana was quoted to be nervous prior to the opening, a first time in the history of her performances within Red County. Nevertheless, the turnout was incredible and surpassed the numbers that Ms. Harriet Fairfield had initially predicted.


VICE™ Nightclub and County Radio would like to give a notable mention to Mr. Emilio Garcia, Mr. Adam Pellet, Ms. Judit Nagore, and Mr. Cody Llamas for their creditable assistance throughout the evening to make the grand opening safe and the very best it could have been. Mr. Lars Jameson, the manager of VICE™ Nightclub and Mr. Terry Rossi, front of house, were also on standby to ensure that the opening ran smoothly.


Amongst the song and dance through the evening, VICE™ Nightclub was also providing its party goers with an exclusive competition to celebrate the grand opening which saw Ms. Raegan Pauper dance away with a brand new Alpha sports car.


With such a successful first opening, VICE™ Nightclub is set to continue with its live entertainment next weekend with the possibility of a brand new DJ, allowing DJ Mercy a well deserved weekend off. What's more, is VICE™ Nightclub is reported to be in discussion regarding future events, which could range from boxing matches to fashion shows in the very near future, so keep your eyes and ears open!


Did you partake in VICE™ Nightclub's grand opening yesterday evening? If so, be sure to check out the photos from their official website. Don't forget to share your photos and experiences below!


Written by Kemp




© State Trooper Jack Clinton - Picture of previous probationaries of Academy Batch #41



Academy Batch #41 was one of the best batches the San Andreas State Police ever had, with a total amount of 62 applications, 27 making it into the academy and 19 of which succedeed in order to fulfill their wish as State Troopers.
Below, you will find a short statement from Lt. Colonel Vincent Kemp:
"Lieutenant Colonel Kemp": It's always fantastic to see Probationary Troopers progress through the ranks to fully fledged Troopers, then witnessing how they prosper and commit evermore to front-line policing in San Andreas. I'm extremely proud of each of them who have made it this far and long may their hard work and dedication towards the State Police continue.

Recruitment for Academy Batch #42 is opening on the 1st of May. If you're interested in a role within Law Enforcement and willing to dedicate your time and show motivation to this department, do not hesitate to apply! We're looking for young people willing to dedicate themselves to this department, whilst acknowledging the fact that they might have to put their life on the line to stick to their oath to serve and protect.

If you are interested in applying, please visit our website and fill out our application format; We're looking forward to seeing you make this choice in your life! This might be your last chance of joining the department because there might be a chance that the upcoming recruitment batch will pause for two months after this batch, if the majority of applicants will make it through the exam and probationary period only. For this reason, recruitment will be open for 15 days to give people time to think about applying and decide about their choice in life.



Academy Schedule
Recruitment Opening:
May 1st, 2017 (Monday) - 12:00 AM [IG] / 02:00 AM [GMT] / 03:00 AM [BST] / (April 30th, 2017) 08:00 PM [CST] / [Local Time]
Recruitment Closing:
May 15th, 2017 (Monday) - 09:00 PM [IG] / 11:00 PM [GMT] / (May 16th, 2017) 12:00 AM [BST] / 05:00 PM [CST] / [Local Time]

Academy Session #1:
May 19th, 2017 (Friday) - 03:00 PM [IG] / 05:00 PM [GMT] / 06:00 PM [BST] / 11:00 AM [CST] / [Local Time]
Academy Session #2:
May 20th, 2017 (Saturday) - 12:00 PM [IG] / 02:00 PM [GMT] / 03:00 PM [BST] / 08:00 AM [CST] / [Local Time]
Academy Session #3:
May 21st, 2017 (Sunday) - 11:00 AM [IG] / 01:00 PM [GMT] / 02:00 PM [BST] / 07:00 AM [CST] / [Local Time]

Field Training Induction:
May 25th, 2017 (Thursday)
Graduation Ceremony:
June 11th, 2017 (Sunday)



Take your chance and Apply today! Our recruitment, academic training and field training Troopers are all waiting to guide you through the whole process and get you settled inside the number one employer of the Red County. To help you getting started we already gathered the most important links to apply.

Click here to go to the San Andreas State Police Website.
Click here to go to the San Andreas State Police Website's Career Page.
Click here to go to the San Andreas State Police Website's Law Enforcement Career Page.
Click here to go to the San Andreas State Police Website's Application Requirements.
Click here to go to the San Andreas State Police Website's Application Format.
Click here to go to the San Andreas State Police Website's Application Frequently Asked Questions.

Later this academy batch we will publish some hints and tricks from the old academy students to help you through the process. For now I can wish you, on behalf of the whole Public Affairs Division, the best of luck at writing your application, making a good impression at the interview and show your muscles at the fitness test!





Image Email[email protected]
Image Phone: To get in touch, call the Public Affairs office on 911. ((Put non emergency in the dialog))
Image Write: Send your letters to Public Affairs Office, Dillimore Police Department, Dillimore, Red County.



This has been an official release from the Public Affairs Division,
San Andreas State Police.
©Copyright 2017 - San Andreas State Police.

Written by Kemp



New Leisure Facilities Hit Palomino

Published and edited by Mercedes Montana for County Radio on 2nd April 2017

  • Minature tennis court erected in town.
  • Free-to-use gym equipment and weights available.
  • New leisure facilities approved by local residents.

If you have spent some time in Palomino lately you may have noticed the newly erected miniature tennis court and gym equipment. The new leisure facilities, situated comfortably snug on Moyers road, has become a welcomed addition by local residents of Palomino, with many of the youth groups taking plenty of time out to work on their fitness.

The leisure facilities come as a great addition to the community by adding a new level of diversity among the bars and residential properties. With summer well and truly on its way, we may be seeing tennis tournaments as a possibility, rather than the current and exhausted methods of entertainment and competitions.

Have you been able to sweat it out on Palomino's tennis court? What are your thoughts? We'd love to hear your opinion in the comment section below!


Written by Kemp



Multiple Deceased Persons in Palomino Creek





A quiet early afternoon of a 22nd April 2017 in Palomino Creek was suddenly interrupted due to loud gunshots. Not so long after the gunshots were heard, our dispatcher received multiple calls, one from San Andreas State Police via departmental radio, about the injured males at Peach Block in Palomino Creek. After few units responded to the scene, they noticed a big number of deceased males spread around Peach Block, State Police units and few more injured inside of Palomino Creek Block 9.

Six DOAs (Dead on Arrival) were confirmed around Peach Block and all were a result of a shootout. Few injured that our employees found inside the Block 9 were safely transported to the Montgomery Hospital after they received needed medical assistance on the scene.


Kylie McMillan,
Fire Captain
Director of Community Relations
Red County Fire Department

[SASP - Public Affairs] Easter Egg Hunt

Written by Beth

Elite Trucking Newsletter - March 2017

Written by Meyrick

Elite Trucking Newsletter - March 2017



March has been an excellent month for us. We've had tons of work to do this month and it seems like more tasks come for us every next month. As San Andreas' population increases every day, our company works even harder and harder than the previous months. Our Commercial Delivery department is on its feet, as always, refuelling gas stations and restocking your local businesses every time they're in need. Our Field Services department is also extremely active and besides doing your usual deliveries, our FSD members ensure that all the population's vehicles are in their best shape. We're excited to see what April brings us on the table!

Elham Musliu

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State Announcement

Written by Yassin



The month of April brings major change to some laws in the State of San Andreas. There are a variety of points to be gone over to ensure that all citizens, private, public, state and/or federal employees are aware of such changes.


___On the fourth of Feburary of 2017, a proposition, assigned 64 and titled as 'Adult Use of Marijuana Act' - officially as Washington Initiative 502 was submitted to the San Andreas State Legislature, of which then the public submitted their votes for the announced ballot.

Total Votes: 17,938,664
FOR 52% (9,328,105) AGAINST 42% (8,610,559)

With the ballot coming out as positive, the state assembly has proceeded with legalizing the proposed procedures, ensuring detailed protocols with the Department of Health & Human Services - putting them at the head of the cannabis administration. With that being said, Article 01 of Chapter 05 in the San Andreas Penal Code has been completely modified and reformed.


Please visit for more information.


Read more here!


RCFD Employee Newsletter - March 2017

Written by Meyrick

Dear Employees,

We made it through another month! I am greatly proud of the men and women I lead day in and day out. You are showing great dedication with the department. As mentioned in the February 2017 newsletter, we are conquering 2017! At this moment we have 29 members within the department and 23 of them are active and 6 of them on LOA. In the month of April, I hope to add 10 more full time firefighting positions within the department. Also, i am introducing an official motto which is One Team, One Mission. Keep up the great work everyone!

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Fire Chief Matthew Boden

SASP Employee Newsletter March 2017

Written by Jamie


Dear Employees,

The work throughout March has been nothing short of absolutely outstanding, with another twenty-three Probationary Troopers added to our numbers, we are finally in a position to bring in more advanced, and more definitive career paths into our department. Previously an extreme lack of numbers in-service at particular periods of time stopped us from bringing in, for example a permanent Detective position.

This comes at an outstanding time as our State Police Detective Bureau has smashed every record set to it, without outstanding leadership coming from Chief Detective Ronnie Moyles. The effort they have shown deserves every form of commendation possible for this division and they are an honor to the department at present.

Moving forward as we release our Vision Statement for the next year, the performance of the department as a whole at present is fantastic and it is easy to say that the department is at the best place it has been in the last seven years. This work is down to not only High Command, or me personally, but to everyone who has been a part of us over the last seven years and I want to continually thank everyone for being a part of it.

Let us keep pushing, let us keep getting better, and let us work to be the best department that we can be.

Colonel Mark Cambridge


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