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The '''Rural Police''' are the branch of the [[San Andreas Police Department]] that operate in the country and desert areas of [[State of San Andreas|San Andreas]], which include [[Red County]], [[Flint County]], [[Bone County]] and all towns in the vicinity. They are dressed in a dark brown shirt with cream pants and a sheriffs hat and badge as pictured below. They are armed with [[Pistol|9mm pistols]] and [[nightstick]]s. The game's files include a rural police officer with a beige shirt that matches the [[LVPD]] uniform. This, however, was cut from the game for an unknown reason but was presumed to be the Bone County equivalent of the rural police. Its unknown if they are just one department or up to 4 sheriffs departments. The Rural Police is the police force that covers the areas outside of the three cities. They are only seen outside of the three cities.
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The '''Rural Police''' is the branch of the [[San Andreas Police Department]] that is responsible for policing duties in the country and desert areas of the [[State of San Andreas]], these areas include include [[Red County]], [[Flint County]], [[Bone County]] and all associated towns. Its officers dress in dark brown shirts with cream trousers and a sheriffs hat and badge as seen below. They are armed with [[Pistol|9mm pistols]] and [[nightstick]]s. The game's files include a rural police officer with a beige shirt that matches the [[LVPD]] uniform. This, however, was cut from the game for an unknown reason and is presumed to be for police officers in Bone County. It is unknown if the rural police are just one department or a collective of up to 4 sheriffs departments. They can usually only be seen outside of the three cities, however, under certain conditions, such as the immediate period after entering one of the three cities, their patrol vehicles may spawn in place of each cities respective vehicle for a very short time.
  
 
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The [[Ranger]] is the rural police's main vehicle. It is a modified [[Rancher]] equipped with lights and sirens (as well as a new paint job) and very good off-road handling and speed. This vehicle is primarily used for off road work so it is typical that it operates in the rural areas.
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The [[Ranger]] is the rural police's vehicle of choice. It is a modified [[Rancher]] equipped with lights and sirens (as well as a new paint job). It has very good off-road handling and a relatively high speed, making it ideal for traversing the many off-road areas under the jurisdiction of the rural police.
  
 
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==Police Stations==

Revision as of 16:29, 6 November 2011

The Rural Police is the branch of the San Andreas Police Department that is responsible for policing duties in the country and desert areas of the State of San Andreas, these areas include include Red County, Flint County, Bone County and all associated towns. Its officers dress in dark brown shirts with cream trousers and a sheriffs hat and badge as seen below. They are armed with 9mm pistols and nightsticks. The game's files include a rural police officer with a beige shirt that matches the LVPD uniform. This, however, was cut from the game for an unknown reason and is presumed to be for police officers in Bone County. It is unknown if the rural police are just one department or a collective of up to 4 sheriffs departments. They can usually only be seen outside of the three cities, however, under certain conditions, such as the immediate period after entering one of the three cities, their patrol vehicles may spawn in place of each cities respective vehicle for a very short time.


Vehicle

The Ranger is the rural police's vehicle of choice. It is a modified Rancher equipped with lights and sirens (as well as a new paint job). It has very good off-road handling and a relatively high speed, making it ideal for traversing the many off-road areas under the jurisdiction of the rural police.

Police Stations

See also