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  1. From the album: Lego City Police Force

    Officer Liam Amos is the North Division Armory Officer (AO). Each division in the LCPF has an AO, responsible for maintaining equipment and handing out equipment to patrol officers at the beginning of their shift as well as specialized units when they go out on assignments. Amos does an amazing job behind the scenes keeping officer's vital gear functioning. Officer Amos is a 10-year veteran with the force, spending 5 in patrol before 4 years in narcotics, only just becoming an AO last year. Officer Amos is of Greek descent and lives with his grandmother in New Lego City. Officer Amos enjoys collecting action figurines as well as working at the families deli, also located in new Lego City.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  2. From the album: Lego City Police Force

    Captain Amelia Viotto is the commanding officer of the LCPF's newly established Southern Division. She recently rejoined the force after her 3rd tour with the armed forces. Captain Viotto served as a patrol officer with the LCPF for 5 years, before joining the SWAT team. She left SWAT with the rank as Sgt for her first tour and took the Captain's exam abroad. She is happy to be back at the job and strives to make the Southern Division an amazing place to be. Her job as Captain consists of assigning and keeping tabs on all cases in her division, as well as managing all of its officers. She also releases all the statements from this division and represents this division in press conferences. Captain Viotto is originally of Italian descent and lives in a nice house in Bracket Bay with her husband and occasional visits from her adult kids. She enjoys race car driving as a hobby and is famous all around for her amazing Italian cuisine.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  3. From the album: Lego City Police Force

    Early this morning LCPF responded to an armed mugging on Duke St. The suspect led officers on a foot pursuit and after a trip to the Lego Emergency Museum ended up disappearing into a sewage grate. This incident is actually a lot more complex than it sounds. Check out the full write up on the LCPF website for more info: http://legocitypoliceforce.weebly.com/news/violent-mugging-armed-suspect-on-the-run

    © Rescue 423 2021

  4. From the album: Lego City Police Force

    A warrant was served for the illegal sale of alcohol at one of the more notorious nightclubs in all of "New lego City". Although nothing was found officers will be routinely dropping by this address for inspections as its owner is the grandson of the biggest crime boss in Lego City, Colonel Mustard. More details and pictures: http://legocitypoliceforce.weebly.com/news/warrant-served-with-psrt-and-spec-ops

    © Rescue 423 2021

  5. From the album: Lego City Police Force

    Another zero-emission vehicle for the South division. This one is a bike used by the "Foot Patrol' unit. The bike is easy to spot, being bright blue in color. These bikes will be patrolling all along the River Thames, on both the North and South side, although they are stationed with the south division. They do not respond to calls are will be used for proactive anti-minor offenses patrols.

    © Rescue 423

  6. From the album: Lego City Police Force

    LCPF was called out to a male resisting arrest at Lego City General Hospital late last night. Many units responded code 3 to the area, and the male was arrested with the help of the brand new "Special Constable unit". The suspect turned out to be on bail from another offense. Check out more info on this incident at the link below: http://legocitypoliceforce.weebly.com/news/suspect-resisting-arrest-lego-city-hospital

    © Rescue 423 2021

  7. Rescue 423

    New LCPF BMW i3

    From the album: Lego City Police Force

    The Southern Division is actually a really small division with lots of alleys and docks. That's why it only had one large police car assigned to it (the new ARV). This has since changed as the LCPF recently purchased a fully electric BMW i3 as well as a couple of bikes to patrol the area. The BMW i3 can respond to calls if (and only if) they are nearby as it does have a kinda short electric battery. It can fit only one officer and holds a set of handcuffs, a radio, and pepper spray (it doesn't hold a taser which is allowed as the other car assigned to the area is armed). It is part of the LCPF's new green initiative, alongside our bike patrol, and hydrogen-powered response car. It also goes to community engagement events all across the city. Edit: It was a very spontaneous fun little build. Will have a charging station built for it soon.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  8. From the album: Lego City Police Force

    LCPF was called to a disturbance around the back of the brand new south division station. Foot patrol officers arrived on the scene and found 1 male overdosing on an unknown drug. LCFB Engine 5 responded to the scene and started to administer first aid until an ambulance arrived on the scene. LCPF traffic motorbikes escorted the victim to Lego City Health Center where he is currently recovering. More info: http://legocitypoliceforce.weebly.com/news/serious-overdose

    © Rescue 423 2021

  9. The Lego City police Force (LCPF) website is the most up-to-date wat of finding out information about the LCPF. it has extensive info on all specialist units, history, and organization of the LCPF. It also has live updates on incidents going on around the city.
  10. From the album: Lego City Police Force

    This photo: Head of the North Division, and a detective interview members of the crowd that were attacked. More info on the incident and what happened: http://legocitypoliceforce.weebly.com/news/knife-attack-suspect-in-hospital

    © Rescue 423 2021

  11. From the album: Lego City Police Force

    Officer Harry Becket is one of the longest-serving patrol officers of the force, with almost 14 years of experience under his belt. Officer Becket spent 5 years in patrol, before becoming a Prisoner Transport Van (PTV) driver, where he still is today. He is a friendly face known and loved by all frontline officers and is always full of positivity when an officer is feeling down. Officer Becket lives with his fiance in "New Lego city", and has an amazing pallet for spicy food.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  12. From the album: Lego City Police Force

    Detective Rosie Abbett is a 5 year veteran of the LCPF, serving 3 years in patrol, a year as a School Resource Officer, then getting promoted to detective, and instead of just choosing to join an already existing unit she decided to head up the Missing Minifigs Unit, where she cracks cases today. Detective Abbet is married with two sons (11 and 9), who live in "North Lego City". She enjoys going to movies with her family in her spare time.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  13. From the album: Lego City Police Force

    Top to bottom left to right: Radio, tactical helmet, smoke grenade, door ram, pepper spray, handcuffs, taser, first aid kit (Trauma kit), semi-automatic rifle. You can also see the new uniform, which is dark blue with a tactical vest. Yes, the minifig can sit in the car with the vest on, thanks to a custom made seat instead of a standard Lego one.
  14. From the album: Lego City Police Force

    Here is the new 2019 BMW X5 Armed Response vehicle for the LCPF, se3rving out of the South Division station. The grill has been turned 90 degrees to make it look more like a BMW, and it was outfitted with ANPR as well as the livery being changed from the old striped one to the new battenburg. It still needs some better decals but I think it looks pretty cool right now.
  15. From the album: Lego City Police Force

    Here you can see the new ANPR cameras and the rear lights (which I think look like BMW lights).
  16. From the album: Lego City Police Force

    The rear of the new Robbery Homicide Division unmarked car.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  17. From the album: Lego City Police Force

    This car (a 2019 Ford Mondeo) just got outfitted by the LCPF shop with an unmarked light package and will now be used by detectives from the LCPF Robbery Homicide Division. It will be stationed at the South Division station house and will take detectives to and from crime scenes.

    © Rescue 423 2021

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