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How to Get Promoted in Contraband Police

How to Get Promoted in Contraband Police

In Contraband Police, players will oversee a border crossing inspection zone. Citizens and foreigners pass through your zone, and you’ll need to verify their paperwork and ensure that they’re not up to anything suspicious.

You earn experience every time you clear an inspection. Do well enough, and you might even be promoted! Today, we’ll show you how to get promoted in Contraband Police.

Getting promoted in Contraband Police

Every time you complete an inspection, you’ll earn experience and money based on your accuracy. Perfect inspections, meaning you didn’t make a single error, net you the most money and experience.

You can see your current experience progress by looking at the white bar in the top right corner of the screen. When this bar fills up all the way, you will earn your next promotion.

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This means that if you want to rank up quickly, you’ll need to be very thorough with your inspections. Be sure to take a look at your audit summary after every inspection to see if you missed anything.

In fact, getting in the habit of checking your audit summary after every inspection is a good idea. If you’re missing things often, seeing the red marks on each category should help you get into the groove of looking for specific problem areas.

The most important thing to keep in mind is to take your time. There’s no hard time limit on each inspection, and it’s better to be more accurate than quick.

You’ll unlock more functions for your border post as you get promoted. For example, your first promotion allows you to call in deliveries from Vlad’s or schedule prisoner transports, for a fee of course.

Do your best to be as accurate as possible to earn lots of experience, which means more promotions faster.

That concludes our guide on how to get promoted in Contraband Police. If you have any other tips or questions, let us know in the comments below!

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