The Crime Reduction Act

From The Kodiak Republic Wiki

PASSED by the General Assembly on 27 February 663. 8 AYES, 5 NAYS, 5 ABSTAINS.
An Act to help reduce crime in Kodiak.

Article 1: Armed Police Division

1.1 - Kodiak Police departments shall be compulsory to have an armed police division in the department for necessary criminal situations.
1.2 - Police officers are required to have a background check of their employment records and two firearm safety tests to be granted promotion to the armed police division.
1.3 - Armed police officers will be granted access to the following three classes of firearms:
1.3.1 - Class C, Armed Police Officers will be allowed to handle a semi-automatic rifle with a 15-round mag.
1.3.2 - Class D, Armed Police Officers will be allowed a handgun with no modifications and a 8-round mag.
1.3.3 - Class E, Armed Police Officers will be allowed all other ballistic weaponry that isn't above class C firearms.
1.4 - All Class C weaponry shall be put into the National Firearms Database under a special category for the division.
1.4.1 - The special category will be named "Kodiak Armed Police Weaponry."
1.5 - The initial setup of the Armed Police Division will be allocated 118,750,000F per Quarter, 475,000,000F per Annum.

Article 2: Speeding Cameras

2.1 - To enable police officers to focus on more important criminal activities, speeding cameras will be set up near accident hotspots, school zones, and residential intersections.
2.1.1 - At accident hotspots, speeding cameras will be on at all times of the day with a speeding fine of 50F per ticket.
2.1.2 - At School Zones during the morning before school and afternoons right after school, speeding cameras will be on with a speeding fine of 200F per ticket if a driver violates the speed limit.
2.1.3 - In residential intersections, speeding cameras will on at all times of the day with a speeding fine of 200F per ticket if a driver violates the speed limit
2.2 - Police officers will be assigned to review footage from cameras and write out speeding tickets and reports to be submitted and mailed to the violator's home address.
2.3 - Speeding Cameras will bring in a profit base of 90,000,000F with a max profit of 120,000,000F per annum.

Article 3: Rubber Bullet Riot Control

3.1 - This article introduces a use of Rubber bullets to control riots or out of control protests.
3.1.1 - The rubber bullets will be minimally used by the police during specific riots that they are needed.
3.1.2 - The Rubber bullets will be within the Armed Police Division and its allocated budget.

Article 4: Police Body Cameras

4.1 - All police officers will be required to equip a new body-worn body camera to their uniform.
4.1.1 - The cameras provide unalterable video and audio recordings of the commission of crime, a police-citizen interaction, or a use-of-force incident.
4.1.2 - The technology will be worn in the middle of the chest of the police officer.
4.2 - The following procedures will be put into training and followed by all law enforcement:
4.2.1 - Video must be stored for a sufficient time to allow the accused to obtain evidence that is exculpatory or may lead to exculpatory evidence.
4.2.2 - Police Officers should not access body camera video before preparing their initial reports.
4.2.3 - Policies must prohibit the use of any biometric technologies in conjunction with body cameras
4.2.4 - An independent, non-police agency must retain and control access to body camera footage.
4.2.5 - Adequate resources must be available to ensure ongoing officer training on body camera use.
4.3 - The overall expenditure of the technology and training implementation will be 25,000,000F per Quarter, 100,000,000F per Annum.

Article 5: Crime Database Department

5.1 - This Article is to establish a database department to cover crime statistics to make sure that crime rates are lowering.
5.1.1 - The Crime Database Department is established under the Minister of Justice, Law, and Order.
5.2 - The Department establishes Crime Database sectors in each province in its capital city with three employees set up in each sector.
5.2.1 - Each sector will create reports based on the data they retrieve from each province.
5.3 - Crime reports will be uploaded to a public database website and sent to the Minister of Justice,Law, and Order for review.

Authored by Jack Williams, MGA.

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