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  1. From the album: San Brickardo Police Department (SBPD)

    Half an hour before the England Vs Germany Euro Championship soccer match started, citizens of German decent from the quiet residential neighborhood just North of the 7th precinct flooded the streets. Usually, the German residents of San Brickardo stay hidden, and unlike San Brickardos Chinatown you can barely tell they exist, that is until today. The fans hit the streets with beer, flags and posters wearing their German jerseys (custom made by myself) as they started the journey down Santa Monica Blvd to the large sports pub in which the game was being aired. In anticipation of this event. a single officer from the 7th precinct was sent to watch over the cluster of pedestrians and vehicles as they made their way thru the streets. Many German citizens immigrated to San Brickardo at the start of the 20th century, and because of friction between them and other groups of immigrants they mostly kept to themselves. They travelled East, away from the cities coastline, and subsequently created the quiet neighborhood called "Rosthern", where many German immigrants still live today. More photos: https://blockheads1.nyc3.digitaloceanspaces.com/creations/5589/weXbuk8YXQ4wT2FuWA720SAiMdNgtU-metaU0JQRCBJbmNpZGVudCByZW5kZXIxIChHZXJtYW4gc29jY2VyIGZhbnMpXzIucG5n-.png https://blockheads1.nyc3.digitaloceanspaces.com/creations/5591/responsive-images/rHLgszbkHobpCoodx4UGsnjF7v6wtg-metaU0JQRCBJbmNpZGVudCByZW5kZXIxIChHZXJtYW4gc29jY2VyIGZhbnMpXzMucG5n-___media_library_original_800_600.png The Chevy Tahoe design is @ Svens, the Charger design is @ Michael Ps, the Crown Vic and Ford F250 design are @ Joshs. The decals, buildings/streetscape, Toyota Corolla and Tesla Model 3 designs are all mine.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  2. From the album: San Brickardo Police Department (SBPD)

    At approximately 10:35 PM SBPD 7th Precinct units were dispatched and given vague details of a man with a knife in the parking lot of Lindenhurst Apartments. Lots of units responded and even the PSRT team was en route but when units got on scene they didn't find anything. After interviewing a couple of neighbors and a quick search of the area the call was cleared. A large police presence remained in the area but it was deducted the call must've been a prank call. Ford Crown Vics are modified from @ Joshs design.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  3. From the album: San Brickardo Police Department (SBPD)

    Elm Ave (pictured) is the northernmost street in the 7th Division and serves as the Northern border. The section of the street is relatively short and runs half the width of the division, but don't let the size confuse you, this division is one of the busiest and most dangerous in the city. Along the North-East border of the division is the 7th Division station, the modular police station. Next to that is an electronics shop/apartment building, with barred windows and (like every other business in the division, no matter what they sold) a panic button. Next comes the Elm Ave monorail and bus station, the only indication that the monorail line, hidden behind the buildings actually exists. The area in front of this station is often used by dealers of all kinds selling their illegal goods. Between the monorail station and the electronics shop lies Franks Hotdogs, a hotdog stand well known by the community. To the left of the monorail station lies a pharmacy, and to the left of that is the institution that is "Elm Ave Center for the homeless and Mentally Ill" the second-largest homeless shelter in the city, which serves the entire East End. Officers and paramedics frequent this establishment bringing people in and calming people down when the situation gets rough. In terms of crime, this neighborhood is known for drunken disorderly calls, vandalism, petty theft, and other calls that come with it being a low-income area. More serious crimes like armed robberies, muggings, shootings, and stabbings also occur, and are often a result of gang violence. Only 1 gang operates in the 7th division, called the Elm Ave Plates, which supplies drugs and illegal firearms into the division. More detailed photos of all of these buildings can be found in another album labeled "San Brickardo". All of the following buildings and decals are custom made except the Ford Crown Vic which is @ Josh design.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  4. From the album: San Brickardo Police Department (SBPD)

    The inside of the parking pad is rather bare, with space marked by hazard stripes for the bi-folding gates to fold into and a small workstation with a couple of tools on clips, a bucket, and a toolbox for smaller accessories and spare parts. Credit goes to @Josh for the amazing Crown Vic design.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  5. From the album: San Brickardo Police Department (SBPD)

    This is just a photo of a couple of uniformed officers carrying their duty bags and assigned rifles to their patrol, car (0742). Really happy with the new duffel bag design, and I will work harder on customizing the rifles to make them look more realistic. Might even try and make a beanbag shotgun version with a green barrel. Credit goes to @Josh for the amazing Crown Vic design. I might try to modify it even further to add an opening boot and the ability to sit a figure in it. the figure is basically almost already down, but the opening boot might be a bit more of an issue.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  6. From the album: San Brickardo Police Department (SBPD)

    The parking pad is enclosed by a bi-folding automated gate, with intimidating spikes lining the top. Just for detail's sake, I added an intercom panel to the right which puts you thru to the receptionist who controls the gate. Credit goes to @Josh for the amazing Crown Vic design.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  7. From the album: San Brickardo Police Department (SBPD)

    This last photo shows the connection between the back exit I originally included (as per the "modular rule" and the parking pad, where suspects could be transferred straight to booking. The area is protected by a barred door and CCTV camera. Credit goes to @Josh for the amazing Crown Vic design.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  8. From the album: San Brickardo Police Department (SBPD)

    This creation is simply an extension I've been wanting to do on the modular police Station I built at the start of this year. I couldn't add the parking extension as it would be violating the "Modular Rule" (everything fitting inside of a 32x32 Baseplate). I also decided to make a backstory for this station, stating it belongs to a whole new department I've created (based on LAPD) and will be home of the "7th Precinct", a small dirty crime-ridden precinct located East of downtown. I'm still trying to come up with a name. I took feedback from @Ed O. into consideration and after adding a couple of police cars out front I think it looks a lot more link a police station. Credit goes to @ Josh for the amazing Crown Vic design. I'm considering posting photos (including interior shots) of the original station moc, let me know what you think.

    © Rescue 423 2021

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