Name: Gab SteamID: Ingame Name: Brig Gen Gab Suggestion (please provide as much information as you can regarding your idea): At the moment with occupations, arrests etc apparently one minute is equivalent to one week. This is dumb, beyond dumb. It makes very little sense as then by the time you get the personals name it's Christmas by RP terms. However if it was made to be 1 minute = 1 day, that makes far more sense, why? I'll explain. US can hold suspected personal for up to 14 days (14 minutes) without bringing charges. 14 minutes gives us enough time to RTB the suspect and question them accordingly. If to no avail he is released after 14 minutes which is not a large amount of time. If we where to use the old method 1 minute = 1 week. We have two minutes to RTB and question them. Which I hate to break it to you, but it often takes 5-8 minutes to return the prisoner to base therefore meaning we spent 2 months moving a personal, maybe 2 km? A week per minute just doesn't give a 'realistic' kind of vibe... By the time we've finished arguing that a prisoner has been held for 10 weeks (10 minutes) it's been a fortnight. How will this benefit the server/community?: Read above. As according to the logic behind the current set up, in the time I took to sneeze its been a week. It was a long fucking sneeze but you get the point. Also do note, we are trying to speed up the whole 'prisoner' situation. However it is a part of role-play. It's understandable if a person was sitting in base without being questioned for 20 minutes and is getting fed up. But if we are questioning a personal for 10 minutes, then all of a sudden 3 lawyers claim we've held this man for a term. It's stupid. Addon Link(s): (please put it here, if not applicable just put 'N/A'): N/A Have you tested out the suggested addons?(If Not, please do so): N/A By making this suggestion, you agree that this can be declined regardless of what support or verdicts have been left on your suggestion You also agree that management may decline your suggestion if it is silly, a joke, unrealistic or broken (if link).