Apologise for the long wait on this report. The staff team needed a considerable amount of time to deliberate on the matter and was discussed thoroughly at a staff meeting held today.
The rule "(G2.4) Value of Life - At all times you are to value your life, if you are clearly outnumbered or at an obvious disadvantage you should comply with demands." is very specific with its wording. A player must only value their own life at any given time, not the lives of others, however, we are not blind to the fact that this type of action taken by the police shuts down all potential for roleplay to continue when its more than capable of doing so. We also recognise that in this instance, the officers in question had no grounds to do what they did. None of them used their use of force training correctly and preformed a "Critical Shot" on someone whom they had no right or training to do so and should of known or have been trained better as none of them were firearms officers who's job it would of been to have been on the offensive and theirs to be on the defensive.
As a staff team we will be looking to educate the police from the very top structure all the way to the lower ranks through the means of their command team and their weekly meetings to ensure these issues are stomped out and don't arise again to create such a situation. As a result Jack Willows you will be receiving an official warning on your record under (G5.2) (C1.7). As a police officer you are expected to value the lives of those you interact with and doing things that would otherwise put their lives in danger would not be doing so. We will also be looking to be pressing for an internal investigation into the incident from police command.
Jake Woods will be receiving a warning point for (G2.3) due to breaking character when shot directly in the head and not acting out his injuries.