This Is the Police 2 Walkthrough November 28
This Is the Police 2 November 28: Harassment is the first challenge. This needs a cop with a talent for negotiation. Completing a special task in kindergarten is within the power of a cop with well-pumped negotiations. Such a police officer will be able to find an approach to children, while other participants will not be able to cope with the duties of nannies and will simply get tired of three stripes. The reward for successful completion is small, but as a bonus, it will do.
This Is the Police 2 November 28
When searching for the keys to the warehouse for Donnie, you can use any two cops without regard to skills, as even amateurs can handle this. As a reward, in addition to money ($ 1,000), you will get access to a container in which you can store large material evidence in the future.
Again a rally, and again a policeman will be required for negotiations (rating requirements – 960).
On child abuse, you will again have to talk to a woman. Send the cop to negotiate to convince the criminal to stop.
When you arrive at the hairdresser’s where the noise complaint came from, use a shocker to calm down the raging lady. You need to get into the building from the back entrance.
The guy is acting obscene in Trent Park. You need to sneak up from behind and stun, or also come up and shoot from a shocker.
Major investigation – elimination of the “Forest orderlies” gang
During one of the previous tasks, you will catch Emil Pedersen, who turns out to be one of the members of the group “Orderlies of the Forest”. You need to agree to the offer to make him an informant, after which the interrogation begins. It is best not to send gang members to court, as this is useless.
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For the interrogation to be successful, start by asking Emil if he was going to help the criminals by stealing documents from the archives. After that, agree with him that the criminal cases in the city are in a deplorable state, and specify where the police do not need to meddle.