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  1. 7 hours ago, jack said:

    it's not exactly a urgent priority

    I'd argue that having the character creator fleshed out and working well is very important. For many people this is the first impression given of what LSRP will be when it releases, since this is the first time people have been able to really interact with the script in any meaningful way. My first impression was not great, seeing as how the sliders are bad to control at best. Not to mention the missing features regarding skin tone mixing and other things brought up in the thread. 

    Mixing skin tones is a big part of getting your character to look right, and some people put hours into making their characters look just the way they want. So, I would say this is an urgent priority, unless there will be some way to change our character's facial features after launch.

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  2. On 10/8/2021 at 10:57 AM, zUgg said:

    Implement realistic budgets and stick to them! Others have attempted this but it just ends with staff spawning money. LAPD and every other department in the US. work off a tight budget that is voted on annually.

     

    Depending on where it falls it can adversely effect a number of things.

    • New Officer hiring could increase or decrease based on the budget.
    • Officer retainment could suffer, budget shortcomings could result in less officers.
    • Department expansions hinge on the budget, the all mighty dollar and it takes a lot of them to run. This s a source of contention for almost every large department in the US.
    • Lawsuits affect the departments funds and in return puts very realistic pressure on the department heads to make sure people are on point and money isn't wasted.
    • Host a community fundraiser to help raise money. It happens all the time in the US to fund even the necessities... Example 1 Example 2
      • This could easily provide RP that isn't about kicking in doors and shooting people... its community outreach.
    • Budgeting for employee ammunition would be critical and put much needed checks and balances into the department.
      • Why did Officer J. Smith request and use over 1000 rounds over the past month?

    All interactions with LEO's don't need to end in gun fights, arrests or police chases. Lets put initiatives forward to get cops out of cars and walking, doing beat work or other examples like....

     

    Outreach Project in the Projects - These officers show up and coordinate with the community leaders to host a cookout, a charity event... a game of pick up basketball or maybe there is some excess budget for the year and they purchase and donate bicycles to the inner city youth gangbangers in Rancho, just a quick example. 

     

    Pancake Charity Breakfast - Raising funds to get officers some new equipment.

     

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    This is a good idea, but I think it has some flaws. For starters, I think that budgeting ammo might be a bit much. However, I do agree with the overall budget idea. This would also give some more RP to a finance division within PD that's responsible for managing and requesting funds. This'll tie in to the government and add some IC politics to the budget and such.

  3. 3 hours ago, Revy. said:

    big boy bauer! 

    love u

    3 hours ago, Nature said:

    Hi!

    hi 🙂
     

    3 hours ago, WirelessMind said:

    Big ass mini map 🤦🏻‍♂️

    shut the mouth

    2 hours ago, Ace said:

    hi

    sup

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