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The Crew is a large map with almost nearly all the cities combined. Challenges at every corner and races to run. But when it comes to open world racing at high speed, police are just around the corner, Which can push things back a bit. There are police all around the map. From cities to country side they're there. This wiki page is all about the police and how they work. First off we'll start off with how the police act. The police in the crew can be seen patrolling the roads and highways and even dirt trails. Police will be called in when you are crashing into objects and running over traffic.

Police VehiclesEdit

There are 5 different police vehicles.

Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor

This vehicle is the most common police vehicle. It is used to chase the player when he is driving a full stock or a street spec car. The CVPI will also be used when the player is driving a Dirt Spec or Raid Spec vehicle while driving in a city.

The CVPI is also the police vehicle used in roadblocks, no matter which spec the player his vehicle has.

Ford Raptor Police Vehicle

This vehicle is used when the player is driving a dirt spec or raid spec vehicle. It performs better offroad compared to other police cars.

The Ford Raptor Police units will only chase the player when he is driving on the countryside, CVPIs will be used instead if the player is driving a Dirt/Raid Spec car within city limits.

Dodge Charger Police Vehicle

This vehicle is used when the player is driving a perf spec vehicle. It is faster and tougher then a CVPI.

Chevrolet Corvette Police Vehicle

This vehicle is used when the player is driving a circuit spec vehicle. It is the fastest police vehicle used by local law enforcement.

Police Helicopter

The police helicopter is deployed if the player has 4 stars or abspec vehicle the player is driving. It is able to keep up with the fastest cars and is also able to follow players on places where ground units have trouble keeping up!!!!!

Police Forces Edit

There are 10 different police forces present. 5 of these are state police, one for each state and the other 5 are city police, one for each biggest city per state.

The 5 city police forces are:

- Chicago Police Department

- Las Vegas Police Department

- Los Angeles Police Department

- Miami Police Department

- New York Police Department

The 5 state police forces are:

- Deep South State Police

- East Coast State Police

- Midwest State Police

- Mountain States State Police

- West Coast State Police

Police Pursuit Heat & StarsEdit

The police have police units patrolling on streets, highways and dirtroads. Whenever a police unit is in the area, a 'police watch' message with a camera next to it will appear on top of the screen. If the player starts ramming traffic cars of the road and/or smashes objects like light poles and fences, the police dispatcher can be heard mentioning a reckless driver.

After this, another bar will start filling up, indicating how much 'destruction' you have caused. If this bar is filled all the way, before the last police unit is out of the player his area, the player will receive a star and the police will now give chase.

During police chases, the police will try to keep up with the player and get close to him. When they manage to get near you, they will use driving tactics to get you to stop.

The tactics they use are the PIT Manouevre (also known as tail fishing), Rolling Roadblock (getting ahead of the player his vehicle and then brake), ramming the player sideways (in order to push him of the road) and pushing the player from behind (in order to make the player lose control and crash). If a police unit appear from in front of the player, the officer will try to block the player his path. If enough police vehicles are involved, the police will try to box you in.

The police will also set up roadblocks at higher wanted levels. Depending on the amount of roads, there will be a maximum of 3 police roadblocks at a time. The size of the roadblock also depends on the size of the street. A police roadblock might consist out of either one police car, three police car and in some rare occasions five police cars (taking Chicago as an example). Each police roadblock has one lane blocked of with only a police sign, making for an easy way through. Most of the time this works, but players should watch out for traffic behind the block or in some occaions multiple police roadblocks might appear at one point, making it harder to get through.

Here is the wanted star rating system:

1 Star:

Police units will pursue the player with maximum 2 vehicles.

It takes 7 seconds to lose this wanted level.

2 Stars:

Police units will pursue the player with maximum 3 vehicles.

The police will now drive more aggresively.

It takes 14 seconds to lose this wanted level.

3 Stars:

Police units will pursue the player with maximum 4 vehicles.

CVPIs will now start forming roadblocks.

It takes 21 seconds to lose this wanted level.

4 Stars:

Police units will pursue the player with maximum 5 vehicles.

A police helicopter will be dispatched to monitor the pursuit.

It takes 28 seconds to lose this wanted level.

5 Stars:

Police units will pursue the player with maximum 5 vehicles.

It takes 35 seconds to lose this wanted level.

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