Can you escape jail in Emergency Response Liberty County (ERLC)?

Don't let the jailhouse walls contain you!

Emergency Response Liberty County is a Roblox game where players roleplay as different emergency services including police officers and firefighters. One of the main things you can do in this game is to participate in heists and robberies in order to earn loot and wanted levels. If you're caught by a police officer after having either successfully or unsuccessfully performed a robbery, you are given a criminal status and sent to jail.

How to escape jail in Emergency Response Liberty County (ERLC)

In short, you can't escape jail in ERLC. Once you're arrested for doing things like performing robberies, you are automatically teleported to the Liberty County Jail where you will have limited access to space and items. The only two ways to leave the jail are to wait a specified amount of time depending on your wanted level or pay a bail fee to bypass your time.

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There are five wanted levels with the maximum jail sentence for a player with a 5-star wanted level being five minutes and 20 seconds. The minimum sentence is one minute and 30 seconds for players with a 1-star wanted level.

You can only bail yourself out once every twelve hours, so do your best to avoid getting caught after being arrested.

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