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Upon completing the Community Membership Application (CMA) all prospective applicants are reminded we're looking for detailed and thorough responses. Applicants who provide unmotivated responses will be automatically denied and deferred for 24 hours.


We're asking prospective members to provide a minimum of 200-word response (4-5 sentences) for the "Why you would like to join Terra Isles RP". 

  • Throughout this section information labelled such as (( example )) are to be concerned Out of Character. This page has been written for an in-character application process.


  • <h2 class="outside">Application Process</h2>

    Community Requirements:

    • One week of active membership

    Required documents (In-Character)
    Prior to submitting your application, you will need to collect a number of required documents which must be uploaded with your application.

    These include:

    • declaration and consent form (PDF)
    • birth certificate
    • change of name certificate (if required)
    • citizenship documents
    • interstate driving history report (only if you currently or have previously held a driver's license outside San Andreas)
    • overseas penal clearance certificate (If you have resided overseas for more than 1 year whilst over the age of 16).
    • evidence of education and academic qualifications (PDF)

    Your documents must be copied and certified as true copies by a Justice of the Peace prior to being scanned and uploaded with your online application.

    Body Art (Tattoo) & Body Modification Policy

    If you have body art (tattoos) or body modifications on the head, face, neck or hands please contact the Recruitment Branch before lodging your application. A recruitment officer can assist with assessing your eligibility.

    • you can have your body art and modification assessed by a recruitment officer - book an assessment
    • further information is contained in the body art and modification policy (PDF).

    Examples of prohibited body art locations

    Required Qualifications

    The following qualifications are required to be completed and supplied with your application or during the application process.

    Provide First Aid and Pocket Mask Certificate (HLTAID011)

    • certificate must have a minimum of 12 months' currency at the time of submission to the Recruitment Branch
    • relevant course code is HLTAID011 + Pocket Mask Certificate
    • certification in the use of a resuscitation pocket mask must be endorsed on the certificate or on a separate certificate provided by the registered training organization.

    All costs associated with obtaining a First Aid certificate are the responsibility of the applicant.

    Aquatic Rescue Sequence

    The aquatic rescue sequence is designed to test the applicant's ability to enter the water safely and effect a rescue,

    • This test must be supervised and assessed by a fully licensed AUSTSWIM teacher. Please contact your local council pool or swim centre to book
    • a certificate that is valid for 5 years from the date you pass the test
    • aquatic rescue sequence instructions and certificate (PDF).

    Please note if you are not a competent swimmer or unsure if you can complete the test, you should seek advice from a qualified swimming instructor prior to lodging your Police application. You may need to complete swimming lessons if required.

    All costs associated with obtaining a First Aid certificate are the responsibility of the applicant.

    Submitting your application

    The application is part of a detailed vetting process that assists the Recruitment Branch in determining your professional suitability for employment as a San Andreas Police officer.

    • The application is called the Professional Suitability Application (PSA). The application is an electronic form and is accessed through the San Andreas Government’s Iworkfor.SA website.
    • It is important that you carefully read each section of the application form and take time to answer the questions in an open and honest manner. Failure to disclose important information may result in your application being rejected.

    Processing your application

    • Upon receipt of your completed application, you will be allocated a Recruitment case manager. The case manager will be your point of contact throughout the application process.
    • Your case manager will conduct a review of your eligibility and a wide range of background and reference checks.
    • During this stage you will be invited to enroll in the UCWE, undertake fitness testing, psychometric testing and your medical assessment.
    • You will also be asked to attend a San Andreas State Police station to have your fingerprints taken. We strongly recommend you contact the police station prior to attending.

    University Certificate in Workforce Essentials (UCWE)

    The University Certificate in Workforce Essentials (UCWE) is a foundational program that prepares students for the challenges of the Trooper Education Program / Associate Degree in Policing Practice (ADPP) and is the mandatory academic requirement for all San Andreas State Police applicants.

    Upon successful completion of initial background checks, you will receive a notification and a link from the Recruitment Branch to submit your application for enrolment into the UCWE. The application must be submitted within 48 hours of receiving the notification. Failure to enroll in the UCWE will result in removal from the recruitment process.

    The course is a 4-week online course delivered by the University of Los Santos and is undertaken during the recruitment process.

    The UCWE costs $700 and qualifies for FEE HELP from the Terra Isles Government.

    (( Due to the limitations and the enjoyment aspect of Terra Isles Roleplay, this process is “NPC’d”. Continuing through the process all applicants will be determined competent ))

    Physical Capacity Testing

    During the recruitment process you will be required to undertake and pass a series of fitness tests.

    The tests assess your ability to cope with the physical stresses encountered during training at the Police Academy and whilst performing the inherent roles of an operational Police Officer.

    Psychometric Testing

    All applicants who apply to join the San Andreas State Police must complete a psychometric assessment to review their psychological suitability for the role of a San Andreas State Police Officer.

    Following this assessment, you may be asked to attend an interview with a San Andreas State Police psychologist to clarify the results of the assessment.

    No preparation is required prior to the assessment and full instructions will be provided on the testing day.

    Medical Assessment

    As part of the recruitment process you will be required to undertake a medical assessment to ensure you are medically fit to perform the inherent role and functions of a San Andreas State Police.

    The assessment will be conducted by the external provider Unified Healthcare Group (UHG). Applicants will not be able to undertake the medical assessment until notified by the Police Recruitment Branch.

    All costs associated with the medical assessment, including any specialist medical reports, are the responsibility of the applicant.

    Not all applicants are required to be interviewed. Recruitment interviews are conducted on a needs basis, generally to clarify issues or problems encountered during the application process. You will be contacted by your case manager if you are required to be interviewed.

    Applicants who have successfully completed all elements of the recruitment process will be invited to the San Andreas State Police College to complete the Associate Degree in Policing Practice (ADPP).

    The ADPP is the equivalent of a majority of the other FiveM community's theoretical training sessions. Further information is located below on this page.

  • Associate Degree in Policing Practice


    The aim of the Associate Degree in Policing Practice (ADPP) is to produce graduates who:

    • at the point of attestation are able to effectively undertake the duties of a Probationary Trooper
    • at the point of confirmation are able to effectively undertake the duties of a confirmed Trooper of the San Andreas State Police.


    A confirmed Trooper has achieved a standard of proficiency where they are capable of dealing with situations encountered in the course of their duties. The officer will be able to identify situations where referral is required, work with minimal supervision and undertake to finality (where appropriate) all tasks involving investigations, inquiries, documentation, administration, customer service and support.


    The Associate Degree in Policing Practice focuses on delivering the theory, practical and application of the Police Practice Domains as outlined by the Terra Isles Policing Advisory Agency as they apply to the San Andreas State Police Probationary Troopers. 


    The Associate Degree in Policing Practice (ADPP) is the Community equivalent to completing the Theortical component of the San Andreas State Police College

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