SRT Officer

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SRT Officer
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Disposition Faction: Maze Police
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This occupation is open to:
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A Special Response Team Officer (or SRT Officer, may also be referred to as an SRT or simply an officer) is a special member of the Maze Police.


Clothing and armor

Human/Halfling clothing and armor:

  • Headgear: SRA Face-shield helmet
  • Top: Cop shirt
  • Body armor: SRA riot vest
  • Arm addons: SRA arm pads
  • Bottom: Cop trousers
  • Leg addons: SRA leg pads
  • Footwear: Military boots

Load-bearing equipment

Equipment and inventory

Police officers 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: 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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SRT stands for Special Response Team, a special subdivision of the Maze Police. Although SRT officers are considered to be of equal rank to regular police officers, they are well-trained operatives with much higher combat experience than a typical police officer.

SRT Officers are grouped in tactical teams of five. Each team is considered to be inactive until specifically requested by a Police Sergeant.

When inactive, SRT Officers generally stay at their home station, either serving as combat instructors for their colleagues, doing training exercises, or training volunteers to become qualified for SRT duty.

When activated, the role of an SRT Officer is to handle high-risk situations, through the use of what the Police calls special weapons and tactics; carefully-selected equipment and personnel with a keen tactical sense. SRT Officers are famous for their use of SRA armor (Special Response Armor), a set of full-body armor specially designed for use on SRT duty.

To become a member of the Special Response Team, an officer must have served the Police for at least 3 years, not yet have received a promotion to Sergeant, and must be willing to receive advanced training from an existing SRT squad. The training period lasts 12 months and has a very high drop-out rate. At the end of these 12 months, approval from at least 4 out of 5 members of the SRT is required for a candidate to join the Special Response Team.

Like regular officers, SRT officers can be offered a promotion to the rank of Sergeant during their career, and continue climbing through the Police's hierarchy. Service as part of the SRT is considered to be a mark of prestige, proof of skill and experience.