Interference in an arrest

Interfering in an arrest is generally considered self antagging when done by a non-antag. Security can choose to treat anyone who physically interferes in an arrest as having committed the crime that the person who was being arrested was suspected of, even if they weren’t aware of the crime.

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Minor theft is generally not considered self antagging, but may be depending on other actions taken during the round. Stealing an ID is more severe than minor theft. Self antagging has a stricter standard for members of security and command.

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