The Los Angeles Police Department has been charged to take on the battle to watch over the populace of the City using both human and man-made cops.
Science and Technology have evolved at an uncontrollable pace with unknown drugs and weapons flooding the streets and schools. This contraband is controlled and distributed by violent and faceless criminal organizations. The outcome has been an increase in the crime rate by an astounding 400%. Outnumbered and overwhelmed, the LAPD implemented a new strategy: Every Police Officer is partnered with an advanced, combat-model android.
- 1 Sections
- 2 Case Files
- 3 Protocols
- 4 Technology/Equipment
- 5 Awards, Commendations and Citations
Detective and Investigation Division
- Captain Sandra Maldonado
- Detective John Kennex
- Detective Richard Paul
- Detective Pete Vogel (deceased)
- Detective Valerie Stahl (Intelligence Analyst)
- Sergeant Truelove
- Officer Daines
- Officer Loeb
- Officer Harrison (deceased)
- Detective Richard Paul (formerly)
Synthetic Dispatch Division
- Dr Rudy Lom (Supervisor)
Crime Scene Investigation Unit
Evidence Locker room
- Silas Grant (Officer in Charge) (deceased)
Two Five Precinct
Internal Affairs (I.A.)
Mandatory Synthetic assignments
Sometime between 2045 and 2048 it became mandatory for MX-43 models to be partners for all human Police Department officers.
Hostage Situation within a building
The Protocol for a Hostage Situation within a building is for a three block radius to be cleared and all incoming and outgoing signals to be jammed. The Detectives and Investigation Division, Delta Section used the Protocol during Case #00C-Q74102.
The LAPD use MX-43 droids as their main Synthetic partner. The Detectives and Investigation Division, Delta Section, also have a DRN model, Dorian, assigned to partner Detective John Kennex at the request of Captain Sandra Maldonado.
The LAPD makes use of Watch Drones, which apparently have the capacity to carry small items. These drones resemble short flying cylinders, and are apparently equipped with camera systems. These link into a Facial Recognition database.
They also apparently have armoured vans equipped with titanium armour plate, and such a vehicle is apparently also able to block electronic transmissions.
Standard police sidearms, according to Internet Movie Firearms Database, seem to be a modified Zoraki 925 with a laser sight attachment. This weapon is frequently seen in Officer John Kennex's hands, and is also used by other members of the PD. However, Kennex swaps to a modified Taurus 92 with a laser sight later in the show. They also do make use of other handguns, such as the Beretta 92FS, of which the Taurus 92 is practically a copy, and the Beretta 8000 Cougar, used by Maldonado and Stahl.
Police long arms seem to be P90 PDWs modified with extended threaded barrel suppressors, forward rail systems (RIS) with tactical laser-pointers and weapon lights, receiver top covers, and Magpul AFG grips, according to IMFD, while Police snipers use M14 rifles with JAE-100 stocks. Some shotguns are also shown, like the UTS-15, again fitted with laser sights.
Police and Detectives seem to not wear body armor when everyday, but don some sort of tactical vest in combat situations. This vest is marked POLICE in large white font, and does not bear any items, removing the possibility of it being a simple Load Bearing Vest. This vest is also used by SWAT.
Awards, Commendations and Citations
Various Awards, Commendations and Citations can be conferred on members of the Police Department. These include;
- Police Medal for Heroism
- Medal for Valor
- Police Life-Saving Medal
- Purple Shield
- Commendation - Integrity
- Commendation of Exceptional Merit
- Commendation for Community Service
- Excellent Police Duty
- Meritorious Police Duty
- Marksmanship: Distinguished Expert
- Marksmanship: Expert
- Marksmanship: Marksman