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  • Open Discussion About The State Of Cop RP


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    Hello, as somebody that used to have my own personal opinion on PD it has since changed since becoming an officer, I thought I would make this post to see if anyone had anything beneficial they wanted to share, and start a discussion.

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    I've had some strong opinions on this since I joined PD:

     

    Personally, I feel that a lot of people have stopped caring about trying to improve PD. There's no point naming specific people, but from a regular officer's perspective I don't feel like there's many people that actively want to make these departments better, whether that be burnout, losing a passion for it or whatever else I don't know, it just feels like things are slowly decreasing in quality.

     

    Certain people are not held accountable for their actions nearly as much as others, usually through personal OOC relationships or some sort of ego. We are all here to have fun, and LEOs who consistently take the 'game' aspect out of the game should be dealt with, but we see large groups of people complaining about specific LEOs and nothing gets done about it. It's not a real job, you can just fire someone for consistently providing bad roleplay and that does not get enforced enough.

     

    Don't get me wrong, whether it be SP or PD there's a huge number of great officers who make this community better, but the bad apples give entire departments a bad name and make people not want to RP with them.

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    On 12/11/2021 at 8:29 AM, Lahey Muppet said:

    I've had some strong opinions on this since I joined PD:

     

    Personally, I feel that a lot of people have stopped caring about trying to improve PD. There's no point naming specific people, but from a regular officer's perspective I don't feel like there's many people that actively want to make these departments better, whether that be burnout, losing a passion for it or whatever else I don't know, it just feels like things are slowly decreasing in quality.

     

    Certain people are not held accountable for their actions nearly as much as others, usually through personal OOC relationships or some sort of ego. We are all here to have fun, and LEOs who consistently take the 'game' aspect out of the game should be dealt with, but we see large groups of people complaining about specific LEOs and nothing gets done about it. It's not a real job, you can just fire someone for consistently providing bad roleplay and that does not get enforced enough.

     

    Don't get me wrong, whether it be SP or PD there's a huge number of great officers who make this community better, but the bad apples give entire departments a bad name and make people not want to RP with them.

    I actually fully agree with this, if somebody is consistently providing bad rp that should be a reason to remove them for the department this is a roleplay server and if they arent doing that well then they are not benefiting that department, therefore in my opinion they should not be apart of it.

     

    With this being said doing your job is always the number one priority

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    On 12/11/2021 at 11:29 AM, Lahey Muppet said:

    I've had some strong opinions on this since I joined PD:

     

    Personally, I feel that a lot of people have stopped caring about trying to improve PD. There's no point naming specific people, but from a regular officer's perspective I don't feel like there's many people that actively want to make these departments better, whether that be burnout, losing a passion for it or whatever else I don't know, it just feels like things are slowly decreasing in quality.

     

    Certain people are not held accountable for their actions nearly as much as others, usually through personal OOC relationships or some sort of ego. We are all here to have fun, and LEOs who consistently take the 'game' aspect out of the game should be dealt with, but we see large groups of people complaining about specific LEOs and nothing gets done about it. It's not a real job, you can just fire someone for consistently providing bad roleplay and that does not get enforced enough.

     

    Don't get me wrong, whether it be SP or PD there's a huge number of great officers who make this community better, but the bad apples give entire departments a bad name and make people not want to RP with them.

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    The OOC thing.  Damn...  I was hoping that would change bro this is sad to read.    As a former COC that's right Borlez was a SGT in the PD who would have ever thought that I would be in the chain of command!   The experience of that I met some many good individuals but I never took sides.  If I felt something was wrong you best believe I would call that out.  If a COC was in the wrong I didn't hold myself back from calling out the bs that I did see lol.   Sometimes Borlez he went a bit too outta line in the COC discord when he called the bs out lmfaooooo!  ❤️ hope you guys are doing well in the PD and SP!

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