Though, before we get started, I would like to evoke the InGame character classes. I've seen a lot of RP circles which kind of exclude Jedi classes from their own ranks in order to have non-Force users only. I actually do think that Force users like Jedi are not supposed to be numerous at all in a military force; and quite indeed they're technically entirely absent from the CSF's ranks, as Jedi Peacekeepers rely on the Jedi Order and simply assist the CSF without being officially part of it. Still, it can also be said that InGame classes aren't a big deal in RolePlay. Every class should be accepted as long as their characters aren't Force users In-RP; they could actually use vibroswords and stunning electrostaffs as their service weapons, which would make a lot of sense for a police force. I prefer to start with this point, because I would feel bad if people playing Jedi who aren't actually Force users In-RP felt excluded from such a projet: this is not the case at all.
This thread is, indeed, a basis which can be approved as well as debated; I am well aware of that. Please note that I am not here to try and put some obligations over every single player who would like to roleplay as a Coruscanti cop; although, I am to tell you that I use the Wikis as my sources and try to make this project as lore-friendly as possible, except for other uniforms than the standard one, since I have found no sign of example of uniform in any era for these divisions (this is, I guess, one of the points which could be debated).
Henceforth, in order to initiate the creation of a network between players of CSF-related characters --or maybe even a guild, who knows-- I make this thread, which is actually a basis I have been working for, for an eventual future CSF Roleplay between several players. Hope you will enjoy and answer!
CSF Senior Commander
Chief of Detectives
Specialised Divisions and Units
Coruscant Security Force Dispatch: Also referred to as Coruscant Central; central structure organising and dispatching units from all patrolling or intervening divisions of the CSF.
Coruscant Control: Space traffic central assigned to control ships coming and leaving the planet as well as monitoring the space traffic in orbit of Coruscant.
Traffic Division: Regular policemen of the CSF, monitoring the skylanes and patrolling populated zones of the Galactic City; regular police officers can also investigate minor cases.
Customs Enforcement Division: This division keeps an eye on the arriving and departing commodities/people on and from Coruscant and structures the spaceports' security; Custom Enforcement Officers are always assisted by droids.
Detective Division: Investigation cell, regrouping the investigators of the force; the lower-rank of this division is 'Detective'; from the rank of Lieutenant, investigatiors should be called 'Inspector'; this division mostly investigates major crimes, but CSF Detectives can also be led to occasionally help on minor cases.
Coruscant Security Special Investigation Panel: Charged to investigate the termination of individuals by law-enforcement personnel, including Jedi, and to grant the involved person the bounty if the termination was legal or, otherwise, to prosecute them.
Forensics Unit: Composed with Scenes of Crimes Officers who work alongside with investigators, analysing crime scenes and pieces of evidence on the scene and in CSF laboratories.
Ordnance Disposal: Special unit composed with Bomb Disposal Experts, called to neutralise dangerous devices, mostly bomb defusal.
Special Tactical Unit: Bridge between the CSF and the Military, Special Tactical Units are called for dangerous interventions and counter-terrorism; in their case, the same hierarchy as the Republic Army is applied -- these units are composed with tactical-trained police officers and military personnel, but both of them depend on the CSF Senior Command and wear the colours of the CSF.
Anti-Terrorism Unit: Special cell assigned to react specifically on cases of terrorism, espionage or other major, planetwide threat; they can conduct counter-intelligence investigations as well as tactical interventions, in which case they might be granted the help of additional ressources such as a Special Tactical Unit or investigators from the Detective Division.
Spoiler: Standard uniform of the CSFShow
Spoiler: Suit worn by Scenes of Crimes OfficersShow
Spoiler: Tactical gear for the STUShow
Spoiler: Body armour for Bomb Disposal ExpertsShow
Spoiler: Standard-issue blaster pistol -- C-210 Elite Watchman SaboteurShow
Spoiler: Standard-issue blaster rifle -- E-301 Repeating CarabineShow
Spoiler: Intervention blaster rifle -- E-14 Riot CarabineShow