1.1: Rights of Members
Every member of SWAT has a right to certain things to ensure the appropriate treatment of our staff team. These rights must never be infringed, and should they be infringed the offender should be reported to a member of the iC team, so they can be dealt with in an appropriate manner. The rights are as follows:
1.2: General Rules
Additional commands are listed under section 1.4 of this Code of Conduct.
1.4: Division Specific Regulations
Members of each division have extra responsibilities and regulations to follow in addition to the main body of the Code of Conduct. Each division’s specific responsibilities and regulations are listed below.
1.5: Uniform Policy
All staff members in either the standard rank, Security, or Trainer divisions have to wear one of the four uniforms found in the lobby of HQ, without any modification aside from jewelry, glasses etc. Once members reach the Detective division they may dress freely. All members of staff regardless of their rank alongside Special Visitors must follow the dress code regulations:
The pay requirements for each rank are as follows:
Pay badge requests will close 15 minutes before Pay is due to commence.The pay times are: 12PM, 6PM, 12AM and 6AM EST
All requirements will reset every 6 hours.
If you miss any pay, you can collect it at the next pay time, provided you have met the requirements listed for your rank. After the last pay, all pay badges will be removed, even if members haven’t claimed pay.
You must be online 30 minutes prior to the paytime. Your online time displayed at the time of pay must be 30 minutes or more. In addition, you will have to stay in base 30 minutes after pay, or you will risk being paybanned for 24hrs.w
2.1: Promotion Policy
Promotions are given in recognition of hard work, and are therefore not to be asked for. The following process must be followed when promoting:
There are rules and restrictions on promoting:
2.2: Discipline Policy
Warnings, Strikes, demotions and removal of staff are different levels of infractions that can be given to members of staff that are not following the SWAT Code of Conduct. All infractions must be logged on the portal with valid evidence such as screenshots or two witnesses to support the claim. You can upload screenshots to the portal by saving the screenshot to your computer, uploading it to imgur.com, then copying and pasting the link into the evidence section of the ‘add record’ tab on the infractions menu of the portal. Discipline should NOT be approved without sufficient evidence or witnesses. The standard disciplinary policy is as follows:
SWAT reserves the right to refuse any members who have been terminated, from rejoining SWAT as a recruit.
Trial iCs can:
Cabinet members (4iC) can :
Directorate (3iC) and OOA (2iC) members can:
Ownership (1iC) and Founder Reps (1iC) can:
Ownership will have regular meetings with the Foundation to discuss who should be in an iC rank.
Disciplinary action may be overruled by 1iC+ if it is found that there is insufficient evidence. Strikes can be removed after some time:
Removal of strikes, before permitted, automatically leads to this employee being moved onto the next strike, including termination if strike 2 is removed prematurely. This system works on trust.
3.1: Leave of Absence
Staff members who are going to be inactive for an extended period of time should apply for a Leave of Absence in order to keep their current rank. Staff members who are Security and above may be absent from SWAT for up to 14 days without LOA, and Trial iC and above may only be absent for 7 days. If your leave extends this and you do not have a valid LOA, you will lose your badges and have to start from Recruit. . It is your responsibility to request a Leave of Absence on the portal, and this should be done in good time, preferably three days or more before your LOA is due to begin. Whilst on LOA, the following policy applies:
Any staff member who is 4iC or above and has been with SWAT for four months is automatically eligible to become a Veteran. This system permits any eligible member of SWAT to request the Veteran badge when they decide to leave their employment, and this employee may return to SWAT at any time of their choosing in the first rank of the division they retired in. Example:
Veteran employees are eligible for the SV badge, free of charge. The Veteran system is subject to the following:
3.3: SV and Donors
SV allows the holder to enter the main HQ. SV costs 50c. These benefits are also afforded free of charge to certain allies and to Veterans . The following policy applies:
If you are applying for an Alliance with Special Weapons & Tactics’, please do read through this list of requirements.
We do ask that you follow these requirements, because failing to do so results in a termination of the Alliance.
1. Alliances needs to have an ACTIVE agency.
2. Alliances needs to have 500+ members in Main Badge.
3. Alliances must assist SWAT in time of need.
4. Alliances can only ALLOWS 3iC+ and EA members to request and join SWATs SV Badge.
5. Alliances needs to have their own SV/VIP badges.
6. Alliances cannot hire any Habbo Users being punished by the National Punishment.
7. Alliances must NOT plan any raids, trolling, trashing etc. against SWAT.
If the agency fulfils the said requirements needed, please add Becca_4 on Habbo. These terms can be negotiated with your respective agency if required.
3.5: National Punishment
National Punishment is a system which SWAT shares with its allies and vice versa. Any user on the National Punishment list of either SWAT or its allies must not be hired by SWAT. Our NP list also prohibits our allies from hiring people. We may also have a Ban on Sight list at any given time, which is not shared with allies. Only 1iC+ have the authority to edit the National Punishment list. The National Punishment list can be found here.