This is a collection of callouts, updated or created after a brief hiatus, I cannot guarantee the stability of calls in my old pack.
This pack features the following calls:
This spawns as various 'transit locations' around the city. Namely subways and metro stations. You must attend and investigate a fare evasion. There are multiple outcomes to this call.
Drunk Transit Passenger
This spawns as various 'transit locations' around the city. Namely subways and metro stations. You must attend to a report of a drunk transit passenger causing issues. There are multiple outcomes, and you may end up fighting or chasing the suspect.
Highly Topical! This makes full use of the 'PedQuestions' functionality and is designed to be a fairly 'routine' callout. It can spawn at random locations and you must attend and speak to the person suspected to have breached isolation regulations. This is left fairly open-ended for different play-styles, but you'll likely end up dismissing the subject, arresting them or calling them a taxi!.
Non Compliant Patient
A mental health patient has escaped a facility and you have to try and bring them back in. There are a number of locations this call will occur at, as well as multiple outcomes. You may end up chasing the patient, they may attack you, or they may even set themselves alight!
*NEW* Robbery In Progress
A robbery has been reported and the suspect is likely still in the area. Attend the scene, establish what has happened and what they look like (through the question menu) and area search for the suspect. This callout is designed to provide a realistic callout whereby you and your team will scour the area looking for a suspect. If after 5 minutes, you haven't got hold of the suspect, you'll be given a blip. It's a good idea to get backup on this and communicate the description asap.
Extract the folder from the .rar
Place folder in your callouts folder in your fivepd directory
Check config.json - this is set to provide a fairly balanced probability and there be no dept restrictions for any of the calls.
The source for these callouts is free to view and use (with credit) on my GitHub.