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Police: Life on the beat (A interactive omo adventure)

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I'm going against the majority on this one.

(C.) Ask her where the bathrooms are, but don't use them. That way, we'll know how to get to them in the future.

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1 hour ago, JLH99 said:

I'm going against the majority on this one.

(C.) Ask her where the bathrooms are, but don't use them. That way, we'll know how to get to them in the future.

Well picking A would probably tell us where the bathrooms are anyway...

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okay it's time to update this story. Since everyone seems to like the facet of answer A, I'll go. 

As you wait in the line with your field training officer and try to not think too much about your bladder and wonder what's keeping the line from moving when your FTO speaks "ugh this is taking too long, Dredd is taking too long up there." She says as you look and notice that she is possibly unknowingly squeezing her thighs together, looks like your not the only one who forgot to take care of business this morning. As you stand there you decide you might as well ask the question that's kinda been burning in your mind for a while "hey, um...wanna...?" You asks hoping she'll catch what your trying to ask without you having to ask. 

For a while she looks at you before answering "Yeah we can do that once we get our stuff from the cage though." She said as she continued to wait and stare at you but also leaned in close to your left ear and whispered "confidentially, I have to go pretty bad right now and would love to get rid of this built up pressure in my abdomen." She then pulled back before anyone noticed and stood there pushing her thighs together discreetly so as to not attract attention. 

Soon enough though they finally got to the cage and got their stuff before they walked over to the bathrooms that were in the station and slipped inside while no one was looking and each took a stall. 

Once you were inside a stall you undid your belt, though not enough so as to let it fall off completely and remove your pants and panties before sitting down on the toilet and sighing as a stream bursts from inside of you and into the toilet. After about a few minutes of cascading waterfall ends you pull up and redress your exposed parts before walking out of the stall and waiting for your partner who's loud piss is echoing throughout the bathroom as you wait. 

But soon that all ends as you turn up the volume on your radio and immediately get a stream of radio traffic:

"2-A-21 to central, off that vehicle stop, driver issued verbal warning, available for calls, 10-8."

"2-A-17 - Central, we're available for that domestic, call number 8891, can you attach us?" 

"2-A-19 copies all, thank you central." 

And then you hear "2-A-42, 2-A-42, a 459 Sierra (armed robbery, silent alarm triggered) just occurred, 2199 S, Beachem street. Call # 9077 already 0945, code 3 response, identify and handle." At first your not sure what to say, you don't even know what your unit number is until you hear your partners loud pissing stop and she redressed herself and came out clicking the Mic button that was attached to the radio "2-A-42, 10-4 dispatch, show us '97, code 3 enroute." She then motioned for you to follow which you do. Your first call and its a robbery too, you do hope that you can make it out of it alive and the persons responsible would cooperate with them as you rush out to your patrol vehicle which is:

A) 2016 Ford Police Interceptor Utility (FPIU) 

B) 2017 Ford Police Interceptor Sedan (FPIS)

C) 2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit 

D) 2003 Chevy Suburban (Police Package)

E) 2003 Chevy Tahoe (Police Package) 

F) Specify

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// sorry for the long time without updates, I've been busy lately and have also been trying to come up with a good continuation. //

As you two rush out to your patrol vehicle a 2017 Ford Police Interceptor Sedan (FPIS) and got in, strapping in and waiting for your partner to turn the key and ignite the engine. 

Soon as your partner gets in and buckles herself in saying "let's go and get ourselves a criminal, rookie." She says as you hear the engine ignite and roar to life as the radio boots up, going through it's primary systems check before the dispatch audio starts to blare through the car speakers as your partner backs up, making sure to have enough clearance behind the vehicle so that they don't hit anything as they pulled out. Once the vehicle was pulled out she turns to you and says "punch the lights, code 3!" As you comply and push the buttons on the control box that was right behind where the radio was placed in the center console from off to lights only (code 2) to lights and sirens (code 3) and pull your hand upwards grasping the hand hold grip above you as you feel the vehicle lurch in speed from zero to sixty response speed in less time then it takes you to get comfortable in your seat. 

As you guys drive there at response speed the radio traffic starts to pick up as you drive to the location "2-A-42, 2-A-42, be advised, additional on your 459-S, multiple suspects seen, no car heard, suspects armed with possible heavy automatic weaponry, unknown caliber. 

Suspects described as 2 to 3 male/female jueviniles, ages between 13 to 14 years of age."

The radio traffic is acknowledged and you both continue driving, about halfway to the scene a red light is active as your patrol vehicle clears the intersection, a driver coming from the third lane from the passenger side of the vehicle. 

Should you:

A) warn your partner?

B) prepare yourself for a possible impact on your side.

C) hope for the best?

D) A & B

E) B & C

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// Heres the next scene, no this story is not dead.

As you see the vehicle break through the red light, obviously not paying attention or noticing that there is a police vehicle in the intersection, after going through your mind what you should do, you decide on calling out the vehicle to your partner and bracing yourself for possible TC (Traffic Collision) with injuries, you alert to your partner by saying "Red sedan just broke the light, imminent collision, passenger side." Your partner at first doesn't understand what you're saying but soon understands as she looks at the passenger side of the vehicle and sees the speeding vehicle and tells you to "Hang on" and she does a split second maneuver and near misses the speeding vehicle while at the same time grabbing the radio mic and calling in the vehicle to the dispatch center and saying that your unit will continue onto the 459-Sierra call assignment. Once you both continue on to the call that you were assigned and your heart slows down from the heightened adrenaline rush you just received, you can't help but quickly clutch your chest as you surely thought you were gonna be severely injured to the point where you would probably be discharged from the police force after working for not even a month. 

 

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// Again sorry for the long ass time without updates, RL just gets in the way sometimes, but regardless here is the edited version of the previous post with options this time:


As you see the vehicle break through the red light, obviously not paying attention or noticing that there is a police vehicle in the intersection, after going through your mind what you should do, you decide on calling out the vehicle to your partner and bracing yourself for possible TC (Traffic Collision) with injuries, you alert to your partner by saying "Red sedan just broke the light, imminent collision, passenger side." Your partner at first doesn't understand what you're saying but soon understands as she looks at the passenger side of the vehicle and sees the speeding vehicle and tells you to "Hang on" and she does a split second maneuver and near misses the speeding vehicle while at the same time grabbing the radio mic and calling in the vehicle to the dispatch center and saying that your unit will continue onto the 459-Sierra call assignment. Once you both continue on to the call that you were assigned and your heart slows down from the heightened adrenaline rush you just received, you can't help but quickly clutch your chest as you surely thought you were gonna be severely injured to the point where you would probably be discharged from the police force after working for not even a month.  

As your patrol unit continues to drive towards the location of the call, you feel your heart pounding and a small adrenaline dump taking place inside of your system, all of a sudden instead of feeling excited and like you can do anything in the world, you feel relieved that your side didn't get hit by the vehicle and weren't seriously injured as well as your partner being a quick thinker to react to the scenario that happened at the intersection. At the same time, you also feel a massive desperation wave hit your body and you try to bend over but can't due to the seat belt being a little too tight in the stomach area and the fact that your adrenaline has not finished dumping yet so you don't really need to induce any negative effects of the dump. At the same time though, you have to make sure to try and keep your bladder's contents inside of it without ruining your uniform as it's brand new and just freshly washed too.

You can:

A. Try to discreetly cross your legs when your partner gets to an intersection and uncross them before she notices what's going on with you

B. Try and find a way to admit to your partner that you really need to pee all of a sudden without knowing how it will go.

C. Do nothing and hope you don't have an accident while having to possibly shoot it out with a couple of teens/adults who don't wanna follow police orders.

 

// I probably won't be updating this as often, but I will certainly update when I can, so hopefully no one gets too mad at this. Again, I am truly sorry to make you people wait for this next chapter. //

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Wow....good to see It back, RL is really got people sometimes.

 

Well opition A looks like the way to that sexy scenario where the girl fails to hide the despair, plus scenario B would be more logical, and tempting because she would already know the state of her bladder.....I don't know

 

Well make A but trying to looks for a opening to report about your bladder to your partner If the situation is favorable or if you have to admit it to try to avoid an accident.

 

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I would say maybe B as a “joke but not really a joke” kind of thing. Like “oh, that ride really made me need to go.” She lowers her voice and says, “Really though, I need to”. 

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I guess the best is mix A and B, she must try hold It as a big girl but know te moment to ask for help of our partner.

A but let our partner knows like Rocker said

Edited by Jony (see edit history)

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