At 4.00am this morning, the whole of the LCPD fleet of officers reported to the LCPD academy for their re-training by the LAPD. With that, the new LCPD cruisers are all parked in the academy. With all of the LCPD officers unavailable for patrol, the LAPD, who are in charge of the re-training of the LCPD, took over the duties of the LCPD. Many citizens woke up to sirens blaring this morning as the LAPD took their first call in Liberty City. Many were surprised to see LAPD cruisers instead of LCPD ones. One citizen, who does not want to be named, said " I just got up to get to work this morning. And at about 7am, I heard sirens blaring down the road past my house. The sirens were different from that of what the LCPD use. Out of curiosity I peeked out my window and saw three LAPD cruisers drive past. I thought my eyes were playing tricks on me. But as I drove to work, I saw more LAPD cruisers. This really spooked me. I thought the LCPD were dissolved and that Liberty City State was now part of California." That was, however, wrong. At about 8am, the LCPD commissioner, David Patricks, along with the LCSP commissioner, Keigan Carroll, made an official announcement that was broadcast-ed throughout Liberty City that the LAPD and CHP would assume the duties of all LCPD and LCSP duties with immediate effect while both the LCPD and LCSP under go re-training. LAPD Liaison officer to the LCPD, Sgt. Scott, expressed that the LAPD are very willing to help the LCPD. As not only the LAPD are present, many were spooked to see CHP cruisers on Highways of Liberty City. More information was released on the re-training programs for the LCSP. The LCSP are not only being trained by the CHP. The Alaska State Troopers are also part of the re-training program for the LCSP. SO far, no AST Liaison officer has stepped up to speak of this issue. More to Come.