International Collaboration Police

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The International Collaboration Police, or ICP, is the interisolary police force of Elysium.

Background[edit | edit source]

The ICP is an interisolary law enforcement service, described as the "crown jewel" in the Moralintern diadem alongside EPIS and the Coalition government[1]. It was founded by the Moralintern in part to keep detailed records of all military technology produced by licensed manufacturers[2], and it also conducts complex multi-national investigations[3]. As such, their database is the single largest source of information in Elysium.

Their officers wear brown suits and own ICP badges[4]. Like the RCM, the ICP is also separated in divisions with specialized functions, such as one that deals exclusively with unlicensed sub rosas[5].

Law[edit | edit source]

Because the ICP is under Moralintern and Coalition control, it is implied that they place a great importance on protecting corporate interests. They tend to be reluctant to share private sector records[6] and deem corporate espionage as a high-level offense that violates many international agreements; particularly, the First La Chete Accord[7].

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ENCYCLOPEDIA - The International Collaboration Police (ICP) is an interisolary law enforcement service, the crown jewel in the Moralintern diadem alongside EPIS and the Coalition Government.
  2. ALICE - "The International Collaboration Police? Uhm..." She seems confused for a second. "They keep detailed records of all military technology produced by licensed manufacturers. That's one of the reasons the Moralintern spearheaded the creation of the ICP in the first place."
  3. ENCYCLOPEDIA - The International Collaboration Police (ICP) is charged with coordinating law enforcement activities in complex, multi-national investigations. Their database is the single largest source of information in the world.
  4. SHIVERS - Inside, in a cell, a young woman is withdrawing from amphetamines, barbiturates, and alcohol. All at once. While two men in brown suits wave ICP badges at a young policeman. She hears the door open...
  5. KIM KITSURAGI - "Don't worry, the ICP has a separate division that deals exclusively with unlicensed sub rosas," the lieutenant turns to you. "This isn't our problem."
  6. ALICE - "Yes, but the ICP tends to be reluctant to share private sector records. I could try to talk them into it, though."
  7. SUNDAY FRIEND - "Corporate espionage may technically be legal in *Revachol*, but elsewhere it's a very high-level offence. It violates a number of international agreements, in particular the First La Cherte Accord..."