Interested in becoming an iC? Read below to learn how!
The Trial iC Committee
The Trial iC Committee is the committee that oversees and mentors members of the Trial iC division.
As a Trial iC, you are put on a trial for 14 days (this may be extended depending on circumstances). During this trial you are expected to be active on Habbo & Discord and publish a report.
The Trial iC Committee selects new Trial iC’s by recommending the member and putting a vote in. The committee has a document of all current Intelligence In Charge and their activity – this is updated on a weekly basis. For the decision making process to be most smooth, the committee may contact potential Trial iC candidates for a 1:1 meeting to discuss activity, what they can do to improve and if they are willing to put in the work to become an iC.
About Trial iC
As a Trial iC, you are put on a trial for 14 days (this may be extended depending on circumstances). During this trial you are expected to be active on Habbo & Discord and publish a report. The report contains 5 sections you are required to write about: an introduction, department activities, feedback collecting, Discord & base activity and an outro.
To be accepted into the Trial iC rank you must meet a few criteria: your rank must be Intelligence In Charge, you must be employed at SWAT for a minimum of 14 days, you must reach a minimum of 35 promotions, must be a part of at least 1 Special Unit and you must have no infraction record within the last 14 days. On top of this, you are expected to be active in HQ and to be a role model which abides diligently to our Code of Conduct. Alternatively, you may purchase the rank for 2000c.
If there are any further questions, concerns, or you are seeking for additional support and guidance to become an iC, you may contact either of the TiC-C Members or any member of the Foundation Team.
Good luck, and we hope to see you progress into our iC ranks one day!