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- 1 ARTICLE I - PROCEDURE FOR NEW INDIVIDUAL JOINING
- 2 ARTICLE II - PROCEDURE FOR NEW SIMULATIONS JOINING
- 3 ARTICLE III - TRANSFER REQUIREMENTS & PROCEDURES
- 4 ARTICLE IV - MULTI-SIMMING
ARTICLE I - PROCEDURE FOR NEW INDIVIDUAL JOINING
The procedure for joining is to submit an application via the UCIP Website. This application is then sent on to the appropriate Commanding and Executive Officer for review. Following that, the new recruit will be contacted with further information, usually no more than 48 hours after the application is sent in.
All new recruits are free to start simming immediately (with the CO's approval) but are required to take the UCIP Academy Basic SIM Guide test for either IRC or EMAIL (depending on what Simulation they choose) and graduate it before they may be allowed to advance any further in rank. IRC cadets are also required to participate in a 'Cadet Sim' as part of their training.
Officers who wish to join UCIP as part of a new Simulation that is entering the group are not required to fill out individual application forms but are still required to attend and graduate the UCIP Academy, regardless of rank or position.
ARTICLE II - PROCEDURE FOR NEW SIMULATIONS JOINING
The procedure for a new Simulation joining UCIP is to submit a new sim application form via the UCIP website. This application is sent to the appropriate Fleet Commander and the Commander / Deputy Commander in Chief. Once this is received, a time will then be arranged by the Fleet Commander and Commander in Chief to interview the CO.
If all the requirements of a new Simulation are met (as outlined in the new simulation application form) and the Commander in Chief approves, the Simulation may go into a 4 week trial observation period where it will be assigned 3 individuals by the Fleet Commander to observe the week to week roleplay and assess a number of criteria about the Simulation.
Upon conclusion of the 4 week trial period, the 3 observers shall have a week to submit their evaluations and recommendations to the Fleet Commander for review, who will in turn send it to the Commander in Chief for final review and approval.
Officers on a new simulation entering UCIP with ranks up to and including Lt Commander are free to keep those ranks, with only the CO being allowed the rank of Commander. In special circumstances and with the approval of the Commander in Chief, this section may be bypassed.
ARTICLE III - TRANSFER REQUIREMENTS & PROCEDURES
Transfer requests should be submitted via the Transfer Form on the UCIP website.
When a transfer request is lodged, it is sent to the Commanding Officers of both the old and new Simulation to ensure accuracy and minimize miscommunication. Once the transfer request has been submitted and the CO of the new Simulation has approved it, the character is considered transferred aboard the new Sim.
To cancel a transfer request, the member must contact the Chief Logistics Officer and the Commanding Officers of their old and new Simulations to inform them that they have changed their mind.
Officers from other groups who wish to transfer their character into UCIP but do not wish to loose all the effort of obtaining their previous rank may be eligible for a rank transfer. Such officers should contact the appropriate Commanding Officer with the request. If the CO approves, the issue will then be taken up with the Subfleet Commander, Fleet Commander and CINC, with final approval resting with the CINC.
ARTICLE IV - MULTI-SIMMING
Multisimming is when you have several different characters either on the same Simulation or on different ones. No one 'character' may officially participate in more than one simulation within the UCIP Internet Division at any one time (i.e., it's impossible to have the same officer on two different starships at the same time).
Commanding Officers may refuse to accept new crew members who are 'multisimmers' if they believe their simming performance may be affected or for any such similar reasons.