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SecurityCallouts 1.1.2.1

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Hey everyone!

 

This is my very first LSPDFR plugin so I hope you all enjoy it!

 

Have you ever wanted to patrol as a security guard? But you don't have anything to do? No longer.

 

This plugin is still in VERY early development and one of the callouts flat out doesn't work, (Security Guard requesting additional unit).

 

Nevertheless, I hope this gives you something to do while I'm working on getting some more callouts added.

 

Enjoy!

 

Current working callouts:

- Consumer Refusing to Pay

- Possible Grand Theft Auto in progress

- Person open carrying on premises

- Intoxicated Individual on site

- People possibly casing for a robbery

 

Callouts In development:

- Security Guard requesting additional unit

- CODE ADAM

- Homeless People Disturbing The Peace

 

 

Please post a comment about any bugs you find so I can fix them as soon as possible!

Got a suggestion for a callout? Leave a comment or send me a message!

 

OPTIONAL BUT HIGHLY RECOMMENDED: Traffic Policer by Albo1125

 

Credits:

  • SneakySteve
  • Albo1125 for Traffic Policer Integration

 


What's New in Version 1.1.2.1

Released

Fixed how many security guards will show up with Ultimate Backup

SneakySteve
Albo1125 for Traffic Policer Integration



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I just checked LSPDFR because I had just spent most of the afternoon installing Gruppe6 vehicles Props I will do a video and upload it to youtube for you to enjoy I will leave in the review section but you read my mind about a security video 👍👍

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3 hours ago, TheMonotoneScone said:

Perhaps you could list the callouts in the description

Thanks for the input! I'll do that right away.

2 hours ago, bosSdIng035 said:

I just checked LSPDFR because I had just spent most of the afternoon installing Gruppe6 vehicles Props I will do a video and upload it to youtube for you to enjoy I will leave in the review section but you read my mind about a security video 👍👍

Thanks!

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4 minutes ago, Canelo said:

Is it possible to respond to these callouts as a cop? I mean, if it would seem legit.

Yes it is, they are normal LSPDFR callouts and will appear no matter where you are patrolling, or what you are patrolling as.

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I recommend putting Traffic Policer as an optional,  not a requirement. If you refer to it, it doesn't have to be installed. You should be able to use the callout pack without it.

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23 minutes ago, HazyTube said:

I recommend putting Traffic Policer as an optional,  not a requirement. If you refer to it, it doesn't have to be installed. You should be able to use the callout pack without it.

Thanks for the advice! I'll look into that 🙂

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6 minutes ago, SneakySteve said:

Thanks for the advice! I'll look into that 🙂

Check out Albo's "Using Albos API's" tutorial, walks you though using wrapperclasses to reference code people may not have and use if statements to use it for those that do. Your pack seems to be along the same lines as mine, good to see others going for the smaller scale callouts instead of the hollywood movie style callouts all the time.

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None of the current callouts are any different to callouts already around, And thing is its also not specifically security work either

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4 minutes ago, WildManDan said:

None of the current callouts are any different to callouts already around, And thing is its also not specifically security work either

I'm aware of that, I wanted to get into coding and saw this as a good opportunity. These are calls that a security guard realistically might have to deal with and so I'm simply putting it all into one big package for ease of use. These are all original callouts and I wasn't trying to make something that someone else already did, I was simply having an idea and executing it.

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2 minutes ago, SneakySteve said:

I'm aware of that, I wanted to get into coding and saw this as a good opportunity. These are calls that a security guard realistically might have to deal with and so I'm simply putting it all into one big package for ease of use. These are all original callouts and I wasn't trying to make something that someone else already did, I was simply having an idea and executing it.

Fair enough, Hope it goes well for you.

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1 hour ago, retrocidalTV said:

as a 4 year security officer i love it thanks keep it up will be using this ina video also soon 🙂

Thank you!

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Hey man, very refreshing to see a new callout pack. One question, I still switch between 0.3 and 0.4, is this optimized for both or just 0.4?

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1 hour ago, Jerutastic said:

Hey man, very refreshing to see a new callout pack. One question, I still switch between 0.3 and 0.4, is this optimized for both or just 0.4?

I haven't yet tested it in use for 0.3. However It shouldnt cause any permenently damagin crashes to test it out, I myself don't have 0.3 at the moment though so I don't know yet. And I'm glad you liked it 🙂

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On 3/14/2019 at 6:56 PM, WildManDan said:

None of the current callouts are any different to callouts already around, And thing is its also not specifically security work either

ok your point shits getting old

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1 hour ago, Terpz said:

ok your point shits getting old

Alright get a grip and calm down

 

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If you don't like the content in a plugin then you can move on, there is no need to begin cussing and just being generally offensive or rude.

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