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The Great State Of

San Andreas

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Our Mission

It is the mission of the San Andreas State Police to provide security and safety to members of the public throughout San Andreas, ensuring that the welfare of its inhabitants is our upmost concern. It is our sworn duty to leave no path unexplored, leave no heights untouched and leave no highway unpatrolled. We are the thin line between our citizens and the dangers they bring to not only themselves but to others and it is with our training and efficiency that we grow forever stronger in their hearts and minds, a familiar face when the path is uncertain, a hand to hold when times are rough. It is with great certainty that when they call, we pick up the phone and we fulfill our purpose as Troopers and serve them with pride, dignity, and respect.

That when they are in a time of need, they call upon us, the San Andreas State Police.

What We Expect

In the past, it can safely be said that the SASP has held some of the best records in history, in terms of training, activity and all-around professionalism. A long-time has passed since the glory days of simplicity and basic service and it is our hope that with the ever-evolving times, the department may maintain it's long-held status.
We at the San Andreas State Police expect nothing less than dedication, professionalism, resilience, courage, and teamwork for all our officers, from those applying for the department or undertaking the academy all the way up to the Administration Staff - These values are consistent throughout the department and are the building blocks for a hard-working and committed Officer.

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The San Andreas State Police has 4 active subdivisions. Those 4 being Air & Costal Operations, Traffic Service Unit, Criminal Investigations Division, and Game Warden. Each of the four play a vital role in the SASP, and hold their own individual purpose and usage.


Chain Of Command

Chief of Police

The Chief of Police is the highest-ranking member in the Department and is responsible for the department as a whole. They must listen to and implement features to improve the department and have the final say on all issues.


Deputy Chief of Police

The Deputy Chief of Police is responsible for running the administrative side of the department. As well as updating the Commissioner on department activities and major concerns within the department and overseeing Command Staff Operations.

Assistant Chief of Police

The Assistant Chief of Police is in charge of organizing and listening to the department's supervisors, ensuring the members are both listened to and watched closely, especially among lower ranks. They must also deal with complaints submitted regarding the senior staff and other higher-ranking officers, as well as keeping the other command staff informed about decisions taken regarding promotions and demotions.


A Commander is the 2nd highest-ranking officer within the department who does not hold an administrative position. They report to the command staff about the progress of any and all supervisors, sub-divisions, patrol units, department policy, and much more. The will offer oversee large patrols and can deal with any issues brought to them by other Senior Staff members without following the chain of command unless they deem it necessary.


The Major is apart of the command staff team. They oversee all department policies, patrols, divisions, supervisors, and procedures. They work with the Assistant Chief to decide on major choices, such as Sub-division Directors and Department Supervisors. 


A Captain is the first rank in the Senior Staff team and is responsible for assessing and watching Sergeant and other supervisors. They must report back to higher command regarding disciplinary actions that need to be taken and have a major input in decisions made that directly affect members. At this rank, officers are now eligible to be watch commanders for the department in the absence of higher command.


A Lieutenant is the highest rank in the SASP Supervisor team, responsible for watching and looking after the newly promoted Supervisors and Training Staff to ensure they are receiving the correct training and guidance to help them develop into natural leaders. In the event that a member of the Administration Staff or Senior Staff is not available, information regarding patrol and promotions may be passed down to officers of this rank.

 Sergeant -  Master Sergeant

The next three ranks are the first supervisory positions within the department, allowing officers to be dispatched to scenes requiring someone with higher authority than the initiating officer. Officers of this rank are also able to now direct a sub-division if the opportunity becomes available. 

Corporal - Senior Corporal

A Corporal is the Departments' first Training Supervisor rank and proves you have outshone others in the field. You are now eligible to begin your Supervisor Training Course and apply to be an Academy Helper if you so wish.

Officer I - Officer III

Becoming an Officer of the State Police means you are officially a member of the SASP. Officer I is the status given to all officers after the complete their probationary course. Officer III is the official rank where you may apply to be apart of a subdivision.


The first steps onto the career ladder with the  San Andreas State Police. This is the entry-level classification given to all civilians who sign up for the Law Enforcement Academy.

Department Administration


Jack K. [S-101]

Chief of Police


Ritchie L. [S-102]

Deputy Chief of Police


Bryson M. [S-103]

Assistant Chief of Police

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