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Security Office - Logs

Posted June 29, 2022, 3:19 a.m. by Lieutenant Junior Grade Henry Rodier (Chief of Security) (Gavin Burkhardt)

Posted by Lieutenant Junior Grade Henry Rodier (Chief of Security) in Security Office - Logs

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Henry sat in his office, busy at work. The monitor before him showed a report card of all the Ensigns and above under his care - the Cadets had their own separate evaluation. It was this time of the month that he had the most mixed feelings for. Yes, it was good to give the higher-ups feedback on the crew’s performance, but he had always disliked the dissection of each individual’s work that these logs required.

A long sigh escaped him as he began inputting the first report - always the hardest, given who it was about.


ADMINISTRATION / SECURITY-REPORTS
PERSONNEL / COMMAND-LEVEL / RHODES, GRAYSON


Rodier’s fingers tapped away, trying to get through the report as quickly as possible.


Personnel rank: Captain
Relation to reporter: Commanding officer
Policy/directive violations: None
General safety (scale 1-5): 4.5
Additional remarks: A rumor has been spread among some JOs that this personnel has not entered a shower stall at any point within the past 8 days. Visual and aromatic examination suggests this rumor may be true.
Requests: A Medical-released reminder that hygiene is directly related to health; an air freshener.


Henry proofread Grayson’s report, hit the submit button with a nod of satisfaction, and continued on to the next officer on his list.

~ Lt. jr. gr. Rodier - CoS

Starfleet’s famed organizational systems won out this time, and Henry’s list continued along the chain of command.


ADMINISTRATION / SECURITY-REPORTS
PERSONNEL / SENIOR-STAFF / FOLEY, AARON

Personnel rank: Commander
Relation to reporter: Direct superior officer
Policy/directive violations: None
General safety (scale 1-5): 4
Additional remarks: Security tapes indicate that this personnel may be a future sleepwalker. Further evidence will be collected prior to alerting the personnel or a medical officer.
Requests: None.


Chief Rodier reviewed this submission, then hit the submit button yet again, this time with a small shake of his head. Sleepwalking, he thought. Not exactly what I pictured myself writing about back in the Academy. Upon thinking this, he decided to take a short break, if only to research why this was even an issue discussed in the Security handbook.

“Computer,” he said, beginning to pace. “What is the original reason behind sleepwalking as a mandated report by Starfleet security personnel?” Its chirpy response came: =^/ Original reason is listed as an incident aboard the USS Akra, Hermes-class, occurrence Stardate 2504.86. The Akra’s command deck had been left at the command of its Chief Tactical Officer as its senior officers rested. During a cruise through a nebula, the ship encountered an asteroid field previously obscured by radiating particles. The Akra‘s Executive Officer, Lance Nils, appeared on the command deck as this discovery was made, and the Tactical Officer properly turned the conn over to him. The ship’s helm officer awaited Officer Nils’ orders, which did not come. In a panic, the helm officer swerved the ship seventy-six degrees starboard, resulting in a collision of the ship’s nacelle with a large asteroid. Shields had not been raised, and the nacelle suffered catastrophic damage, crippling the ship. As the collision occurred, Officer Nils’ body shook, and he began to address the bridge crew questioningly. The Akra was recovered by a rescue detachment which counted three casualties, twenty-six injuries and an unrecoverable nacelle. An investigation cleared Officer Nils’ of wrongdoing, as security and medical examination revealed that he had been asleep during the incident and was therefore not in control of his own actions. A following unanimous vote by Starfleet Command ordered the observation and report of any actions occurring during sleep deemed outside a normal routine. /^=

The computer finished, and Henry sat down heavily, staring straight at the wall. All he could get out was a very small but audible, “Oh.” He was, however, suddenly very careful to make sure that he had submitted Commander Foley’s report properly.

~ Lt. jr. gr. Rodier - CoS

With Foley’s report confirmed and in the database, Henry moved on to the next in his list.


ADMINISTRATION / SECURITY-REPORTS
PERSONNEL / SENIOR-STAFF / HALCYONE, PILAR

Personnel rank: Lieutenant Commander
Relation to reporter: Overseeing counselor
Policy/directive violations: None
General safety (scale 1-5): N/A
Additional remarks: Personnel recently boarded the ship. Nothing to note at this time.
Requests: None.


Well, that was boring, Henry thought, clicking submit for the third time. Next one.


ADMINISTRATION / SECURITY-REPORTS
PERSONNEL / SENIOR-STAFF / FRANKENSTEIN, DAPHNE

Personnel rank: Lieutenant
Relation to reporter: Peer (superior rank)
Policy/directive violations: None
General safety (scale 1-5): 3.5
Additional remarks: Personnel has not been observed committing a policy violation, but casual conversation suggests that they will and/or have. Observation will continue per normal guidelines as personnel’s predicted violations are not egregious and they have made no threats beyond saying “I’ll inject you with something” in a jesting manner.
Requests: None.


Well, Daphne is a bit of a wildcard, Henry thought. Feels odd to put a prediction in a report, but when a trained officer gets a vibe this strong, it ought to be reported. He hit the submit button without allowing a second thought and moved on.

~ Lt. jr. gr. Rodier - CoS


ADMINISTRATION / SECURITY-REPORTS
PERSONNEL / SENIOR-STAFF / WILLIAMS, AARON

Personnel rank: Lieutenant Junior Grade
Relation to reporter: Peer (equal rank)
Policy/directive violations: None
General safety (scale 1-5): 5
Additional remarks: Initial development as a doctor may have contribute to personnel’s safety habits. While not excessively strict, personnel exhibits exceptional safety habits.
Requests: None.


Feels odd referring to him as “personnel,” Henry thought. But it does make some sense. Treating them more objectively than as friends.

~ Lt. jr. gr. Rodier - CoS

ADMINISTRATION / SECURITY-REPORTS

PERSONNEL / GENERAL / CHERNOB, ERIN

Personnel rank: NLieutenant Junior Grade
Relation to reporter: Equal rank (non-department)
Policy/directive violations: None
General safety (scale 1-5): 2.5
Additional remarks: Personnel appears manipulate others at times for personal or departmental gain. Whether this is purposeful or accidental, malicious or the result of an overactive desire for success, is unknown. In crisis, personnel acts according to protocol, resulting in their not committing any direct violations. However, in times of peace, they have been known to operate outside of the norm in ways which may be considered “pranks,” if not for their frequency and magnitude.
Requests: Psychological evaluation of personnel.


Here’s hoping something comes out of that, Henry thought. As long as I don’t end up on double duty again this month…

~ Lt. jr. gr. Rodier - CoS

ADMINISTRATION / SECURITY-REPORTS

PERSONNEL / GENERAL / KYOS, AVA

Personnel rank: NEnsign
Relation to reporter: Direct subordinate
Policy/directive violations: None
General safety (scale 1-5): 4.5
Additional remarks: Personnel exhibits good leadership skills and the ability to effectively take charge when ordered to do so.
Requests: Evaluation of personnel for promotion.


Not sure if this is even the place to put in a recommendation like that, Henry thought. But I suppose it can’t hurt. She deserves to at least have an extra look given in her direction. I know what it’s like to be passed up sometimes, especially for promotions. Henry refocused his eyes with a slight start and shook his head with some aggression side to side. Ree, you were handed a senior position right out of the Academy. You can wait another year or five years for a promotion. Get that the hell out of your head Forcing himself to move on and focusing back on the screen, he continued his inputting.

~ Lt. jr. gr. Rodier - CoS


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