Posts by VICFire

    You need the mobile command trained staff to be in a command vehicle for the requirement to work - so having them in an officer's car or on a pump won't fulfil the mission requirement.

    There should be no reason why this can't be changed, as it has been done in the UK game. The 1 crew is a relic from the 'old days' that was never addressed. I will leave it to the US team to raise as appropriate.

    OpenStreetMap does not have a satellite version. Apple Maps & Google Maps both have free use on apps on their respective app stores but requires a license for desktop for a significant fee - so it is in everyone's interest to use OpenStreetMaps, which is open sourced and does not require a license. Unfortunately MapKit is the only way to get satellite and it obviously has its disadvantages, as you have described.

    NameMarauding terrorist firearms attack Response Unit
    Fire Service and Ambulance Service
    Purpose-Attending Firearms Calls to treat wounded Patients or to be used a Small Fires Unit
    How many personel are required4
    Building expansionMarauding terrorist firearms Expansion

    The devs have confirmed in the past that there will be NO terrorism incidents added to the game.

    National Police Air Service

    Her Majesty's Coastguard

    Royal National Lifeboat Institution

    Maritime & Coastguard Agency

    Bristow (HMCG helicopter contract)

    2Excel Aviation (HMCG fixed wing contract)

    RVL Group (HMCG fixed wing contract)

    Yorkshire Air Ambulance

    Cornwall Air Ambulance

    Dorset & Somerset Air Ambulance

    Hampshire & Isle of Wight Air Ambulance

    Thames Valley Air Ambulance

    Air Ambulance Kent Surrey Sussex

    Deven Air Ambulance

    Great Western Air Ambulance

    North West Air Ambulance

    Wiltshire Air Ambulance

    Hey the current police car ARR only detects the IRV and the new PSU units however dsu, ARV, traffic car, a etc all do not get dispatched as one in the arrs I think it should be done how it was before the update with it only picking up the IRV


    Have you tried a custom ARR categories? This will solve the issue.

    Do we know if they will cease having all the new units responding as IRV's? It's such a pain! not sure if anyone else agrees?

    It was specifically requested by a number of people to have them act as IRVs. I have never experienced any issues with this in the game as I use custom ARR categories so if I want an IRV to go to a job, it will only ever send IRVs. I would recommend getting yourself set up with the alarm and response regulations even if it takes a bit of time as you'll thank yourself for it down the line.

    Kent Police & Kent Fire Joint

    Lancashire Fire & NWAS Joint

    (Two posts as the forum only allows 10 attachments per post)

    If I have missed anything that anyone wants (I only did a few posts worth), please ask and I will endeavour to try to make it if I have some free time. I didn't look through the previous pages to see if these were already done so I have made them again anyway just in case.

    I am going to do some of the previously requested building graphics now.

    Northamptonshire Police

    Nottinghamshire Police

    RAF Police

    Staffordshire Police

    Sussex Police

    West Mercia Police

    West Midlands Police

    RAF Mountain Rescue

    Scottish Air Ambulance Charity

    South Yorkshire Fire

    My setup covering the South East and South West of England. Counties covered include;



    Hampshire & Isle of Wight



    East & West Sussex

    HART, HEMS, NPAS and hospitals further afield to cope with high demand and preparing for future expansion.

    In total, the main buildings are and then smaller auxillary (HRL etc.) on top;

    Fire Stations: 261

    Police Stations: 108

    Ambulance Stations: 82

    Hospitals & Clinics: 70
    HART Bases: 7

    Air Ambulance Bases: 7

    Police Helicopter Bases: 5

    I will be expanding north soon to cover the remaining home counties but trying to get on top of my existing setup before committing to anything on such a large scale.

    We plan to add water rescue and airports in the future, but nothing is confirmed. We won't have any dedicated water rescue stations, it will be an expansion on to existing stations. Airports will have their own dedicated stations down the line. These will not be copies of what we see in other games - they will be custom for the UK version and built close to our specifications.

    Hi I know we just had the police up date which I think is great.

    Devs done great job

    Just wondering if any one knows what they are going to work on for next update. I don’t mean pacific units just wondering if fire police or ambulance or something completely different.

    If u can’t say that’s cool but police update was great to see. 👍👍

    Nothing has been announced yet. Once we know the next direction we want to go in, we will announce it.

    I've done some tidying up of this thread, removing posts where your suggestions have become reality. Some posts remain if they have multiple vehicles, some of which we already have but that contains ones we don't. Please continue to suggest vehicles as it helps us see what you want so we can tailor updates to suit the majority here.

    Why copy and paste to make dozens of versions of the same game? We have proposer the update for how we want to see public order and that will be the next update to come out for the UK game. It will be different to other versions to keep variety and make it fit roughly how public order works in this country.

    What about if you've been locked out of your house and your oven is on, food is on the hob cooking, there's an open fireplace? Would there not be risks associated with these that would prompt for a response quicker than a locksmith? I'll leave you to have a think a little bit outside the box as you may even think of things I haven't considered in this post.

    I do understand that in London a lot of hospitals do have helipads

    I think you misunderstood my comment. Only 3 hopsitals in the whole of London have helipads - all MTCs, then a fourth MTC doesn't have a helipad. No other hospitals actually have a helipad on site but this doesn't take into account local areas HEMS will land in and then convey the patient the remaining short distance by road. 27 hospitals in total, only 3 helipads.