Police Sergeant

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Police Sergeant
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Disposition Faction: Maze Police
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This occupation is open to:
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A Police Sergeant (uncapitalized form is also acceptable, also known as a cop, or simply a sergeant) is a member of the Maze Police.


Clothing and armor

Human/Halfling clothing and armor:

  • Headgear: Cop hat
  • Top: Cop shirt
  • Body armor: Heavy K armor vest
  • Bottom: Cop trousers
  • Footwear: Regular shoes

Load-bearing equipment

Equipment and inventory

Police sergeants may have one of four different sets of items (roll 1d4 per cop to determine):

Set 1

Equipped weapons:


Set 2

Equipped weapons:


Set 3

Equipped weapons:


Set 4

Equipped weapons:


Other information

Skills: Species' natural skills + the following:

  • Combat skills: Skilled (Semi-auto pistol, Semi-auto rifle, Automatic rifle, DA revolver, SA revolver, Pump-action, One-handed club)
    • At the GM's discretion, a Police Sergeant may be SRT-qualified and have the following combat skills instead: Expert (Semi-auto pistol, Semi-auto rifle, Semi-auto shotgun, Automatic rifle, DA revolver, SA revolver, Pump-action, One-handed club, Thrown weapons)


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A Police Sergeant is a member of the Maze Police, and the commanding officer of a police squad, in charge of 8 subordinate officers. They may also request the formation of a tactical team of 5 SRT officers to their superiors, should the situation require it.

Within the Police hierarchy, sergeants rank above regular police officers and SRT officers and under that of Detective.

Duties of a Sergeant are largely the same as those of a regular officer; they simply take on the role of a field supervisor capable of giving orders, with the responsibility of managing their squad, setting routines, and patrol routes. Sergeants (and all ranks above) also have the right to call in a tactical team, if they believe the current situation is high-risk. One sergeant is assigned to prison guard duty, leading the squad of officers assigned to the prison.