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While Police Simulator: Patrol Officers—Steelbook Edition does not include a built-in cheat system, there are still ways to add cheats to the game as a way to spice it up a little. Downloading and using a trainer is one of the ways you can add cheats to the game.
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To unlock new tools, districts, and events in Police Simulator: Patrol Officers, you need to earn Duty Stars by collecting District Experience Points (XP) by performing justified actions and successfully ending a shift. The amount of District XP earned depends on shift points earned, conduct points remaining, and bonuses for playing in single-player mode and clearing neighborhoods of high crime. Once enough District XP is collected, players receive a Duty Star, which is needed to unlock new tools, features, police cars, neighborhoods, and city districts. The number of duty stars needed to unlock these items varies and can be seen in the shift selection map.
When detaining someone, a police officer may observe suspicious behavior, such as nervousness or indications of the use of illegal substances. This information is displayed as intuition feedback text and can be used to conduct further questioning. It is important to use a flashlight during the night to observe these signs.
When a person is being detained, they are required to provide identification when asked. Refusing to do so is not allowed.
In Brighton, police officers can issue tickets without first detaining the person, and there will be no negative consequences. However, if the person is detained first, the police officer will earn additional shift points as a reward.
It is essential to have a flashlight during nighttime, as it allows you to see license plates and other signs. You can activate it using a right-click with a mouse or LT on a gamepad.
In the game options, some reasons for losing conduct points can be disabled, making the game more relaxed. However, police brutality will always result in punishment.
If a suspect surrenders, shooting is not allowed. You can aim at them with a ranged stun gun, but if they raise their arms, you must not shoot.
When asking for identification, not every ID is a valid driver’s license. Always compare the person’s appearance to the photo on the ID, and be aware that IDs may be stolen.
Some evidence can only be seen at night with the flashlight turned on.
Police officers can hand out tickets or give verbal warnings without detaining the person first, but detaining them will result in extra shift points.
Cars with broken windshields do not breach parking regulations and cannot be ticketed or towed.
Drivers are released from detention when police officers move away from the pulled-over car, so make sure to stay close.
During a traffic stop, officers may observe signs of other law violations. You can toggle the casual mode for many traffic violations in the game menu.
Citizens will still follow the laws of Brighton, so make sure there is a proper parking spot for them. When you use the baton, a text message will appear, informing you whether or not the driver noticed you.
To check if a person is a wanted suspect, focus on them. Wanted suspects are always on foot and never drive. Some calls for finding wanted suspects have more hints than others, and when approaching a wanted suspect, they may flee.
To have the stun gun readily available, press 2 on the keyboard or RB on the gamepad instead of browsing the Tool Wheel Menu.
Drug dealers operate in specific areas like back alleys, parks, and isolated locations and are more active at night. If they are aware of an officer's presence, they will not be active, so keep your distance and turn off the flashlight.
Police are always permitted to search an individual who has been lawfully detained as well as their vehicle. Detention is not required before an arrest.
You can reload your gun from the patrol car's trunk.
In the state of Franklin, license plates are illegal and can result in a ticket being issued. To determine if a vehicle has an expired license plate, you can look at the plate and check the abbreviation for the month on the other side. If the tag is beyond the date of the game, a ticket can be issued.
Cars are legally required to pay for parking on expired meters, and if they are caught parking after their parking timer has expired, they may receive a ticket. Sidewalk parkers: parking on the sidewalk without paying or in a designated parking zone is illegal.
If there are no painted lines where someone is parked, you are required to write a citation and call a tow truck to pick up the vehicle.
For street cleaning, there are signs indicating the allowed time zone and days of the week. If parked during an illegal time, a special parking zone citation can be issued.
No stopping or towing zone signs indicate that parking in between the signs can result in a tow, and parking in front of a hydrant can result in a citation.
Parking too close to a crosswalk or being positioned on the road too far from the curb can result in a citation.
Handicapped and taxi spots on the street are reserved for their respective groups, and if parked incorrectly, can result in a citation or tow.