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ERPT Officer’s Handbook




1 | Introduction

2 | Rank Structure

3 | Division Information

4 | Essential Keybinds and Commands

5 | Basic Police Powers and Knowledge




ER-101 Commander Nuka




1 | Introduction


Emergency Response and Patrol (ERPT) is the foundation for an Officer’s career in the Metropolitan Police. ERPT deal with the largest variety of calls and can be a very exciting and fulfilling role.


ERPT are the largest division within the MET, and officers can use their time in ERPT to learn essential skills and gain a thorough knowledge of policing whilst on ERPT, before progressing onto specialist departments, or taking on responsibilities in senior officer positions, if desired. 


The vehicles that ERPT officers have access to are varied and exciting, with more unlocking as officers progress into senior ranks. 


2 | Rank Structure


The Metropolitan Police Service follows a comprehensive rank structure and all new recruits start as ‘Probationary Officers’. After meeting set mandatory criteria, Probationary Officers can apply to progress into the role of ‘Constable’, whereby they receive access to new vehicles and can specialise into any of the specialist police divisions.


All members of the Police Service agree to the hierarchy of the rank structure, and orders from higher ranks must be followed. Callsign numbers change based on the rank, but ERPT officers’ callsigns will always start with ‘ER’.

Rank Structure

Commissioner - [CA-001] Jax794

Assistant Commissioner - [DT-001] JPryer123

Commander - [ER-101] Nuka

Inspector - [ER-201] TBC

Sergeant [ER-301] 

Constable [ER-401] 

Probationary Constable [ER-601] 

3 | Divisional Information




ERPT officer gain access to the following vehicles. Officer in any other departments will not have access to these vehicles. 

Divisional Info

Vauxhall Astra - PO

Astra Kent - PO

Peugeot 308 Hatch - PO

Ford Focus - PO

Peugeot 308 - PC Donator 

Ford Focus ST - PC Donator

Peugeot 3008 - PC

Unmarked Skoda Kodiaq - PC

Unmarked Vauxhall Astra - PC

Kia Ceed - PC

Mercedes Sprinter - PC

Vauxhall Vivaro - PC

Seat Ateca - SGT

Insignia Estate - SGT Donator

VW Passat - SGT

Mach E - INS (Donator)

Jaguar F Pace - INS




ERPT Officers will have access to multiple stations where they can claim their vehicles:

Sinners Street Police Headquarters

Sandy Shores Police Station

Paleto Bay Police Station

Del Perro Outpost Station

4 | Essential Keybinds and Commands


Basic FivePD Commands are not covered within the scope of this document, but further information can be found at


Met Radio


Use of the in-game radio is absolutely essential for ERPT officers, and indeed for any other officer or staff of the other services. 


Using the radio is simple and all commands and actions are covered here:


Emergency Lighting System (ELS)


To use the new lighting system please use the below key binds: 


Turn on Blues - "Q" 

Turn on Rear Reds - "L"

Turn on Matrix Board – “K” (only if the car is fitted with one)

Turn on/off Sirens – “G” 

Change Siren – “1”-Wail – “2”-Yelp – “3”-Phaser – “4”-HiLo

Cycle Sirens - "R"


These commands are all changeable through the pause menu in key bindings if you wish to change them.


Scene Management


Press F4 to access scene manager


- You can place speed zones

- You can place props (which cannot be knocked over by vehicles)

- You can control individual lanes of traffic

- You can control peds as well as vehicle movements


Changes to commands will be posted in the announcements channel, the ‘getting-started’ channel and the PURE website as and when new systems come into place.  



5 | Fundamental Police Powers


Once sworn in, Police Officers are designated powers for use in policing and protecting the communities they serve. Your powers and their uses will be explained during your initial training but there are a few fundamental powers that you may find beneficial to know prior to starting with us.


Section 24 Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE):


  • Arrest - To arrest a suspect they must have been placed under caution and have had both the grounds and necessity of the arrest clearly explained to them. An arrest should not be carried out unless you have reasonable grounds to suspect that an offence has been committed, is about to be committed or is currently being committed.


  • Caution - A person must be told the caution once they are arrested. The caution advises people of their rights while under arrest. The caution does not have to be recited verbatim, as long as the meaning of the caution is not lost. Best practice of course is to remember the caution exactly.


  • “You do not have to say anything, but it may harm your defence if you do not mention when questioned, something which you later rely on in court. Anything you do say, can be given in evidence”.


  • Remember, just because you can arrest, this does not mean you have to arrest. Consider alternate methods of dealing with a situation, such as inviting the person to a voluntary interview at a police station on a later occasion, or by reporting them for summons. 




Section 1 PACE 1984:


  • Stop and Search - An officer can stop and search anyone that they have reasonable grounds to suspect that they have any stolen or prohibited articles on them (or in/on their vehicle). You must use the GOWISELY method, in order to ensure your search is lawful you can detain a suspect for a search. 

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