Two cruisers from the Paradise-Springs County Police Dept. Seen responding 'Code 3' on Beaverhead Ave.
Just created my own fictional county, Paradise-Springs County (Based off Miami-Dade County & Sarasota County), Alderney State - It will feature all kinds of designs inspired by all parts of the Sunshine State. Stay tuned as this is a large pack that might see a public release.
*On-scene picture can be found in the spoiler below*
Seen in the picture above is a Deputy from the Paradise-Springs County Police Dept. And three officers from the North Paradise Police Dept. Blocking off a street after a homeless man was assualted with a knife by an unknown suspect.
*Facts and background info regarding Paradise-Springs County can be found in the spoiler below*
Paradise-Springs is a county located in the South-western part of the U.S. State of Alderney. As of the 2010 Census, the population was 379,448. Its county seat is the city of Springs, and its largest city is Paradise City. A majority (over 60%) of Paradise-Springs County's residents live in unincorporated areas outside of its eight municipalities.
Fire-Rescue is provided by the Paradise-Springs County Fire & Rescue (PSCFR). They provide fire services to Paradise City and all unincorporated areas of the county with the exception of areas covered by the Springs and North Springs fire districts. Additionally, PSCFD provides EMS service to the Paradise City, all unincorporated areas of the county (including areas covered by the Springs and North Springs fire districts) plus the city of Diamond Beach.
The Paradise-Springs County Police Department (PSCPD) is the county's primary law enforcement agency. It is responsible for patrolling the unincorporated areas of the county along with operating the county's jail and providing courtroom security. PSCPD also operates the county's primary 911 center. The cities of Springs, Paradise City, North Paradise City and North Springs along with the Town of Diamond Beach each have their own police departments. The Alderney Highway Patrol is responsible for patrolling Broker-Dukes Expressway, Northern Expressway, Union Drive East, Union Drive West and Interstate 75 plus investigating motor vehicle accidents (MVA) that occur in unincorporated areas.