|Notable Members:||Leon Kennedy|
See Known Officers
|Headquarters:||Port Starborne, Maryland, USA|
The P.S.P.D. was founded in 1976 by Hunter Malenko, a World War II veteran who was living in Port Starborne at the time. As the city had no official police force at that time, he organized several meetings with the governing body of the city. They authorised the creation of an official police force, and Hunter took the role of chief for a couple of years. In a cruel twist of irony, Hunter was stabbed and killed by Jack Faquar, leader of the previous, yet unoffical, police force. The mantle of chief was taken by a young, yet still experienced, officer named Paddy Hurst, who is still chief to this day. This makes him, currently, the longest serving member of the P.S.P.D.
The deployment of the P.S.P.D. is fairly simple, as a large proportion of sending out officers is just patrol work. It's unlikely that there will be teams of officers, as there isn't much major crime in the city. As expected, there is a large proportion of office work for the officers, although the P.S.P.D. utilizes the fastest workers for these jobs.