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The '''police computer''' is an interactive computer found on board most law enforcement vehicles in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]], [[GTA IV Episodes|two episodes]], and [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]] that provides access to [[Vigilante]]-like side-missions and a small criminal database.
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[[File:PatrickMcReary-GTA4-policecomputer.JPG|thumb|250px|Close-up of a Police Computer.]]
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The '''Police Computer''' is an interactive computer found on board most law enforcement vehicles in ''[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]'', ''[[Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City|Episodes from Liberty City]]'', and ''[[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]]''. It provides access to [[Vigilante]]-like side-missions and a small criminal database. It uses a [[Pro Tech]] software.
   
 
== Description ==
 
== Description ==
When the player is stationary in any police vehicle they can access the police computer by pressing the L1 button ([[PlayStation 3]]), the LB button ([[Xbox 360]]), or the E key ([[Personal Computer|PC]]), allowing the player to [[Most Wanted|search and hunt down most wanted criminals]], [[Recent Crimes|monitor and respond to recent crimes in the area]], search through a small [[LCPD Database|database]] of criminals in [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]], or even call for backup. Note: In GTA IV, searching for "[[Niko Bellic]]" will not yield any results.
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When the player is stationary in any police vehicle they can access the police computer by pressing the L1 button ([[PlayStation 3]]), the LB button ([[Xbox 360]]), or the E key ([[Personal Computer|PC]]), allowing the player to [[Most Wanted|search and hunt down most wanted criminals]], [[Recent Crimes|monitor and respond to recent crimes in the area]], search through a small [[LCPD Database|database]] of criminals in [[Liberty City (HD Universe)|Liberty City]], or even call for backup. Note: In GTA IV, searching for "[[Niko Bellic]]" will not yield any results.
   
 
== Supported vehicles ==
 
== Supported vehicles ==
Although the police computer is assumed to be standard on all road-based law enforcement vehicles (except bikes), this is not the case in reality, as certain models do not come equipped with it; a significant number of law enforcement vehicles in GTA IV may also lack an actual police computer in their interior despite allowing the player to access one.
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Although the police computer is assumed to be standard on all road-based law enforcement vehicles (except [[Police Bike|bikes]]), this is not the case in reality, as certain models do not come equipped with it; a significant number of law enforcement vehicles in GTA IV may also lack an actual police computer in their interior despite allowing the player to access one.
   
 
The following is a list comparing police computer access on all law enforcement vehicles since GTA IV:
 
The following is a list comparing police computer access on all law enforcement vehicles since GTA IV:
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[[Category:Police]]
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==See Also==
[[Category:Law Enforcement]]
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*[[Computers]]
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[[Category:Features in GTA IV]]
 
[[Category:Features in GTA IV]]
 
[[Category:Features in GTA Chinatown Wars]]
 
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[[Category:Police]]

Latest revision as of 15:18, April 14, 2016

PatrickMcReary-GTA4-policecomputer

Close-up of a Police Computer.

The Police Computer is an interactive computer found on board most law enforcement vehicles in Grand Theft Auto IV, Episodes from Liberty City, and Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars. It provides access to Vigilante-like side-missions and a small criminal database. It uses a Pro Tech software.

Description Edit

When the player is stationary in any police vehicle they can access the police computer by pressing the L1 button (PlayStation 3), the LB button (Xbox 360), or the E key (PC), allowing the player to search and hunt down most wanted criminals, monitor and respond to recent crimes in the area, search through a small database of criminals in Liberty City, or even call for backup. Note: In GTA IV, searching for "Niko Bellic" will not yield any results.

Supported vehicles Edit

Although the police computer is assumed to be standard on all road-based law enforcement vehicles (except bikes), this is not the case in reality, as certain models do not come equipped with it; a significant number of law enforcement vehicles in GTA IV may also lack an actual police computer in their interior despite allowing the player to access one.

The following is a list comparing police computer access on all law enforcement vehicles since GTA IV:

Vehicle Introduced in Police computer model in interior Access to police computer
Police Cruiser GTA IV
Police Patrol GTA IV
Police Stockade GTA IV
NOOSE Cruiser GTA IV
NOOSE Patriot GTA IV
Enforcer GTA IV
FIB Buffalo GTA IV
Police Cruiser (Buffalo) TBOGT
Police Cruiser (wreck) TBOGT
Police Stinger TBOGT
APC TBOGT
Police Patrol GTA Chinatown Wars n/a
NOOSE Enforcer GTA Chinatown Wars n/a
FIB Rancher GTA Chinatown Wars n/a

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