by TTV/Zamzam5403 at 05-25-2020, 05:21 AM
Character Name: Hussein Kamel
Date of Birth: 04-05-1992
Timezone: GMT -5
How long have you been a civilian in the city?: 1 year, 4 months, 17 days
How active are you in the city?: 15-30
Why do you want to be a LEO?: The LSPD strives to provide the most for its community and its officers. I have been through the ups and downs of being an LEO and have been disciplined, organized, professional, and observant. I have the life experience of being an LEO and can work under pressure both alone and as a team. Self-worth is what makes me go to bed at night, it’s what makes me know I helped the citizens of Los Santos, it’s what makes me know I did the best I could. The feeling of having accomplished a task, helped a good or bad person, changed someone’s entire future for the better, encouraged one of my fellow brothers and sisters, and overall exceeded the level of expectations set upon me by the community is motivating. Being an LEO is not an easy task and I understand that I must stand up for my actions, be a role model for the community, and own up to my mistakes. I am ready to get on these streets, patrol all of Los Santos, and be a part of the greatest department.
Have you been a part of another Emergency Response faction from our server? If yes, which one(s)?: Yes, I have been EMS (resigned) and LSPD (took a “vacation” (RP) about a year ago) main reason was school and getting my life figured out for the future.
Tell us a little about you and who you are (as in-game character, 150 word minimum): Hussein Kamel came from a family of immigrants who wanted a better life but instead ended up accumulating lots of money in credit card debt and couldn’t live his life to the fullest while a kid. His father was a taxi driver who later started his own business and eventually after Hussein moved out and got married paid off all his debt. Hussein’s mother was a stay at home mom who was always worried about Hussein getting into drugs and being a part of the street life because of the area he grew up in and the nicotine and drug addicts he was surrounded by at school. Hussein didn’t want to make a bad decision and cost him his entire life so he decided to pursue an education and due to his childhood he had a passion to become a police officer and help the citizens in the community stay away from drugs and make good decisions.