10th Wa-Daisho City Police Precinct
Owner: Government owned & operated.
Reputation: More of an independent security detachment than a police precinct, these troops are considered to be a royal pain in the ass because of how they screen everyone that enters the plant. To the high brows that run this plant, however, they are a comforting measure in how they keep this place secure.
Description of Establishment: A 120'x80' two story section of Level 5, with a plain non-descript armored security door entrance that leads into the Loading Docks. Upon entering the precinct, is a lobby/entrance, with doorways to each side, leading to the security offices with countless screens that watch the factory level. Beyond the offices, are the holding cells, which are used to contain suspects before being transferred to a real police precinct. The stairs lead out of one of the offices, up to the second floor where the quarters of the 16 troops stationed here are found. Each of the 16 troops has their own studio apartment, a PC-2020 computer with complete WaNet access, a telephone, a television, a nice stereo system, a private bathroom, a comfortable super single bed, a dresser, and a weapons locker with voice/fingerprint locks. Between these 16 rooms is a kitchen, dining area, and a large recreation room, with a gargantuan big screen television, an assortment of comfortable couches and chairs, a fitness center, with; a treadmill, exercise bike, weight lifting center, and a padded aerobics/gymnastics floor section.
Description of Services: These sixteen individuals are responsible for keeping 5th Level safe and secure. Each of the two squads assigned here has a 12 hour shift they are responsible for - Day Shift or Night Shift. They will work this position for three weeks out of the month, and have one week off - replaced by one of a series of squads set to rotate around the different precincts in the city, to relieve troops there. Thus, at all times there are 4-8 troops patrolling this level, with an entire additional shift to call upon in times of need. A note regarding residency; MOST troops are required to live and work on post, but officers of Lieutenant grade or higher are permitted, if they so desire, to live at home with their families, and drive to work. The grueling hours and three week long shifts are hard on troops though, and oftentimes members of the City Guard Division are rotated to other, less demanding, positions after a 6 month tour of duty in a precinct.
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