Machina Station

Excerpts of the Security Office Logs on Machina Station, a transshipment platform orbiting the L3 point in the Marten System.

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Security Entry #43254 – 2nd Shift Handover Report

2308 – 24.10.2308

Shipping Log:
Ships Arriving:
1700 – SS Mogami – Slip A-10
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1817 – FIF Gamma276 – Slip B-3
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2006 – FIF Sigma31 – Slip C-3
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2015 – SS Oklahoma – Slip B-1
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2100 – SS ER PERTH – Slip B-8
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2131 – SS Marocain – Slip A-8
-Refueling; Crew R&R

Ships Departing:
1533 – SS Batak – Slip A-2
-Shuttle Service: Marten Control

1744 – FIF Gamma256 – Slip B-12
-Private Consignment

Officer of the Watch Report:

Officers were called to the Station Cantina at 1953 to investigate reports of violence among customers there. Due to the volume of near-simultaneous calls into the SSO, Officers Harkin, Jarredson, and Chuck were accompanied by Sgt. Penn to the scene. On arriving, officers noted damaged furniture and associated debris of items familiar to the cantina as well as significant damage to the storefront bulkhead plate. On attempting to enter, Officer Jarredson was struck by a projectile exiting via the bulkhead plate opposite the door from that previously noted. This projectile was later identified as Sleuth Jones of the Order of the Holy Candlestick and was held on charges of assaulting a peace officer. Although Officer Jarredson has requested adding the charge of resisting arrest, due to Sleuth Jones’ state of inebriated unconsciousness a the time of identification and arrest, these charges have not been filed.

On entering the Cantina, several additional members of the Order of the Holy Candlestick were observed to be involved in a violent altercation with members of the Knights of the Resurrected Don. On being ordered to stand down and surrender for arrest by SSO officers, both parties turned to assault the officers present. Reacting to the imminent threat, Officer Jarredson fired his weapon in the direction of the assailants. His round struck and dislodged a maintenance access panel situated above Officer Harkin which then fell, injuring Harkin despite his helmet. The ordeal served to placate the assailants, however, leaving both groups in fits of laughter at Officer Harkin’s misfortune.

All individuals involved in the Cantina altercation have been held on charges of Assault and Battery, Attempted Assault on a Peace Officer, and Vandalism, with other charges to be filed as appropriate by the Imperial Circuit Court if it arrives. Liens have been filed against the assets of both organizations by the manager of the Cantina for damages sustained.

NOTE: HIJ-029 ‘Imperial Circuit Magistrate Appearance Request’ forms are no longer being accepted for transmission by the SCO, citing monopolization of communication resources.

NOTE: A form HIE-p0013 ‘Official Bribe Report’ has been filed by Yeoman Pamela Ryan (SCO Senior Yeoman). Copies of the completed form are available.

Sgt. Penn
OTW – 2nd Shift

2308 – 24.10.2308

posted by Penn at 11:19 pm  

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Security Entry #43239 – 2nd Shift Handover Report

2357 – 19.10.2308

Shipping Log:
Ships Arriving:

1707 – FIF Beta74 – Slip C-4
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1719 – SS Bolzano – Slip B-10
-Refueling; Repairs – Referred to SEO

1800 – SS Rosario – Slip B-11
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1934 – SS DA HE – Slip B-6
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2023 – SS Babtist – Slip A-4
-Registered Religious Vessel

2118 – FIF Alpha09 – Slip C-8
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2243 – FIF Gamma163 – Slip C-2
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

Ships Departing:

1530 – SS Batak – Slip A-2
-Shuttle Service: Marten Control

1732 – SS Scipione Africano – Slip C-6
-Private Consignment

1803 – FIF Gamma142 – Slip C-7
-Private Consignment

2227 – FIF Sigma24 – Slip B-4
-Private Consignment

Officer of the Watch Report:

Officers were dispatched to the Station Cantina in response to multiple complaints concerning attempted assaults on customers. At 2133, Officers Chuck and Harkin arrived at the Station Cantina and witnessed Squires Smith and Giles of the Order of the Pressured Don brandishing swords at other Cantina customers, many of whom were located in the adjacent pantry. Although a great number of inflammatory statements made by the Squires were recorded by SSO Officers on site, common phrases such as ‘Fight like a brave and Godly soul’ and ‘Cowardly Heathen’ have been noted in the combined depositions of all witnesses to the events. The noticeable scent of alcohol in the breath of each suspect was noted in the officers’ reports.

In accordance with the parole granted previously to Squires Smith and Giles, both individuals have been placed in mandatory detention pending a hearing by an Imperial Circuit Magistrate. Form HIJ-029 ‘Imperial Circuit Magistrate Appearance Request’ #52 was send and filed via SCO Communications Office today at 2248. An additional form HIJ-114 ‘Request for Expedited HIJ-029 Approval’ was also filed via SCO Communications at 2250.

Imperial Alcohol Distribution License #902331A was displayed and registered at 2319 in the SSO by the current listed License Holder, Deacon Peter L. Aubergine of The Evangelical Church of the 3rd Resurrection. The license specifically allows for off-sale distribution from shipboard (Licensed vessel listed as SS Babtist), as well as on-sale consumption in Imperial Territory. Deacon Aubergine advises that his organization has no plans at present to acquire premises on board Machina Station. He has retained a copy of form HIB-1087J ‘Permit for Serving Establishment’ against future need.

NOTE: A form HIE-p0013 ‘Official Bribe Report’ has been filed by Lieutenant Jethro Anderson. Copies of the completed form are available.

Sgt. Penn
OTW – 2nd Shift

2357 – 19.10.2308e

posted by Penn at 12:39 am  

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Security Entry #43224 – 2nd Shift Handover Report

2359 – 14.10.23.2308

Shipping Log:
Ships Arriving:

1940 – FIF Sigma24 – Slip B-4
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2051 – FIF Gamma256 – Slip B-12
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2148 – FIF Gamma142 – Slip C-7
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2204 – SS Scipione Africano – Slip C-6
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2348 – FIF Beta18 – Slip C-5
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

Ships Departing:

1630 – SS Batak – Slip A-2
-Shuttle Service: Marten Control

1708 – FIF Delta31 – Slip C-7
-Private Consignment

1718 – FIF Beta57 – Slip C-4
-Private Consignment

1745 – SS Queen Elizabeth – Slip C-2
-Private Consignment

1920 – FIF Gamma119 – Slip B-1
-Private Consignment

1950 – SS ZI YA HE – Slip A-3
-Private Cruise

2355 – SS Van Ghent – Slip C-3
-Private Consignment

Officer of the Watch Report:

All on-duty SSO officers were called to the station Concourse at 2019 this evening responding to reports of violent public disturbance and attempted assault. Six members of the Order of the Holy Candlestick were detained initially on charges of Armed Assault. Witnesses, including Officers Jarradson and Grass, report members of the Order swinging lead pipes at passerbys in front of their Concourse offices and the entrance to the Station Cantina. Upon initial questioning members admitted to attempting to ‘Convert the heathen, clueless bastards!’. When questioned regarding the use of the pipes, a sense of pride was apparent in those interrogated in using force to convince non-believers of their errors and urge them towards the Orders theology. (NOTE: Choice of detainees to interrogate made on the basis of those still conscious and capable of coherent speech between bouts of vomiting).

Due to the felonious nature of the charges, Order detainees will be held pending a hearing by an Imperial Circuit Magistrate. HIJ-029 ‘Imperial Circuit Magistrate Appearance Request’ #48 was send via SCO Communications Office at 2152 today. A form HIJ-114 ‘Request for Expedited HIJ-029 Approval’ was also filed via SCO Communications at 2157.

Due to brig cell crowding, a request has been sent to the Station Commanders Office to convert Cargo Bay 05A to a temporary holding cell. Budgetary requests for additional overtime by SSO Officers has also been forwarded to the SCO.

NOTE: A form HIE-p0013 ‘Official Bribe Report’ has been filed by Oliver Sickle (Customs Duty Officer, 2nd Shift). Copies of the completed form are available.

Sgt. Penn
OTW – 2nd Shift

2359 – 14.10.23.2308

posted by Penn at 5:39 pm  

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Security Entry #43215 – 2nd Shift Handover Report

2351 – 11.10.2308

Shipping Log:
Ships Arriving:

1949 – FIF Beta57 – Slip C-4
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2119 – SS Van Ghent – Slip C-3
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2125 – FIF Delta31 – Slip C-7
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2158 – SS ZI YA HE – Slip A-3
-Refueling; Crew R&R

2351 – FIF Gamma119 – Slip B-1
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

Ships Departing:

1609 – FIF Alpha86 – Slip B-12
-Private Consignment

1631 – SS Batak – Slip A-2
-Shuttle Service: Marten Control

1640 – SS XING HE – Slip B-4
-Private Cruise

1802 – SS HAN ZHONG HE – Slip B-11
-Private Consignment

1810 – FIF Sigma09 – Slip C-4
-Private Consignment

1953 – SS Anton Schmitt – Slip B-3
-Private Cruise

2039 – SS Piorun – Slip B-6
-Private Consignment

2143 – SS Thane – Slip C-5
-Private Consignment

2303 – FIF Gamma065 – Slip C-1
-Private Consignment

2336 – FIF Beta24 – Slip B-8
-Private Consignment

2346 – SS General Pueyrredon – Slip B-10
-Private Cruise

Officer of the Watch Report:

Responding to repeated complaints by IAKU detainees, SMO technicians were summoned at 1802 to repair reported malfunctions in the toilet facilities serving Brig Cell Block 02 (Formerly the SSO Lobby). Pursuant to orders given and confirmed 06.09.2308 by Lt. J. Anderson, Security Officer In Charge of His Imperial Space Station Machina, Officers Harken and Jarredson accompanied SMO Technician Iskra to Block 02 and stationed themselves outside the Mens Toilet door. Technician Iskra reports that as he was beginning to remove an access panel form the wall, an unseen assailant struck him from behind with a bundle of pamphlets. These pamphlets were later proven to be among the items retained by IAKU detainees when confined.

At Technician Iskra’s cry, the inmates stormed the exit to Block 02. Officers Jarradson and Harken report being physically abused during the rush to the door. At this point, Officer Jarradson’s weapon discharged into the deck. The damage caused to Station infrastructure was mitigated by having passed first through the foot of Officer Harken. The discharge, and subsequent vocalizations by Officer Harken served to pacify the IAKU members and alert other SSO staff on shift, who quickly arrived to help control the scene.

Attempted Insurrection, Assault on a Peace Officer, and Conspiracy have been added to the list of charges against all IAKU members currently in custody. HIJ-029 ‘Imperial Circuit Magistrate Appearance Request’ #44 was send via SCO Communications Office at 1933 today.

NOTE: By order of the Infirmary, Officer Harkin is to be placed on reduced duty until such time as his toes might be regenerated by Infirmary personnel

Sgt. Penn
OTW – 2nd Shift

2351 – 11.10.2308

posted by Penn at 11:54 pm  

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Security Entry #43209 – 2nd Shift Handover Report

2311 – 09.10.2308

Shipping Log:
Ships Arriving:

1611 – SS Queen Elizabeth – Slip C-2
-Refueling; Crew R&R

1616 – FIF Beta24 – Slip B-8
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1820 – SS General Pueyrredon – Slip B-10
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1822 – FIF Gamma065 – Slip C-1
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1936 – FIF Sigma09 – Slip C-4
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1939 – SS Piorun – Slip B-6
-Refueling; Crew R&R

2026 – FIF Alpha86 – Slip B-12
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2151 – SS Anton Schmitt – Slip B-3
-Refueling; Crew R&R

2241 – SS Thane – Slip C-5
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2327 – SS HAN ZHONG HE – Slip B-11
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2354 – SS XING HE – Slip B-4
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

Ships Departing:

1627 – FIF Beta41 – Slip B-11
-Private Consignment

1635 – SS Batak – Slip A-2
-Shuttle Service: Marten Control

1739 – FIF Gamma311 – Slip C-6
-Private Consignment

2041 – FIF Gamma122 – Slip B-3
-Private Consignment

2226 – FIF Gamma301 – Slip C-1
-Private Consignment

Officer of the Watch Report:

A request to extend the assignment of armed SSO officers to escort SMO technicians has been approved, effective 1642 today. The escorts shall, however be reduced to 2 officers per shift. Additional SSO personnel will be made available as duties allow at the discretion of the officer of the watch in question.

Bryan McClod, manager of the Machina Station Cantina filed a grievance with the SSO and SCO at 1703 after filing an incident report at the SSO duty desk. Manager McClod requests that SSO officers be stationed permanently at the entrance to his establishment to control the activities of the religious organizations currently occupying the Concourse stalls on either side of the Cantina. Manager McClod further demands reparations in the form of a £50,000 credit to the Cantina station services account to offset business lost due to interference from these organizations. Manager McClod was advised to not expect these funds until an Imperial Civil Circuit Magistrate could sit in judgment on his claim.

NOTE: A form HIE-p0013 ‘Official Bribe Report’ has been filed by Sgt. William Penn. Copies of the completed form are available.

Lt. Anderson
Security Office Officer In Charge
OTW – 2nd Shift – Temp.

2311 – 09.10.2308

posted by Anderson at 3:51 pm  

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Security Entry #43188 – 2nd Shift Handover Report

2328 – 02.10.2308

Shipping Log:
Ships Arriving:

1739 – SS Shangri-La – Slip C-8
-Refuel & Repair; See Station Engineers Report

1928 – FIF Gamma301 – Slip C-1
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1932 – FIF Beta41 – Slip B-11
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2256 – FIF Gamma311 – Slip C-6
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2258 – FIF Gamma122 – Slip B-3
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

Ships Departing:

1632 – SS Batak – Slip A-2
-Shuttle Service: Marten Control

1644 – FIF Beta23 – Slip C-4
-Private Consignment

1711 – SS Kenya – Slip B-10
-Private Cruise

1718 – SS YUAN HE – Slip B-9
-Private Consignment

1824 – SS Huascar – Slip C-1
-Private Consignment

1826 – SS Fyen – Slip C-5
-Private Consignment

2007 – SS Ceylon – Slip B-3
-Private Cruise

2039 – FIF Gamma248 – Slip B-6
-Private Consignment

2255 – FIF Gamma094 – Slip B-5
-Private Consignment

Officer of the Watch Report:

As noted in the SCO Communications log, an additional request for an Imperial Circuit Magistrate has been sent and logged. This constitutes the 7th such request made by the SSO. Any and all interested parties, including council for the IAKU members under detention, may view copies of the requests on file in the SCO. Such parties, including council for said IAKU members, are reminded that the SCO is the proper office for inquiries regarding Magisterial Requests and that further contact with SSO staff on the subject should be restricted to nominal office hours.

By order of the Station Commanders Office, the following directive is being placed in the log, in pursuance of Section 1, paragraph 4 of the Machina Station SSG:

Emergency Deceleration 308018

All missionary and religious activities are temporarily restricted to the public areas in and around the station concourse until further notice. Exceptions will be made on a case-by-case basis and solely at the request of a member of the Machina Station staff or Crew of a visiting vessel. All such requests are to be made in person at the Machina Station Commanders Office via form MSF-ED018 ‘Request for Private Religious Function.’

NOTE: A form HIE-p0013 ‘Official Bribe Report’ has been filed by Yeoman P. Ryan. Copies of the completed form are available.

Sgt. Penn
OTW – 2nd Shift

2328 – 02.10.2308

posted by Penn at 6:37 pm  

Monday, February 2, 2009

Security Entry #43170 – 2nd Shift Handover Report

2338 – 26.09.2308

Shipping Log:
Arrivals:

1732 – SS Fyen – Slip C-5
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1855 – FIF Beta23 – Slip C-4
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1921 – FIF Gamma248 – Slip B-6
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2149 – SS Ceylon – Slip B-3
–Refueling; Crew R&R

2319 – FIF Gamma094 – Slip B-5
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

Departures:

1609 – FIF Gamma102 – Slip C-4
-Private Consignment

1630 – SS Batak – Slip A-2
-Shuttle Service: Marten Control

1646 – FIF Gamma078 – Slip B-8
-Private Consignment

1709 – SS Shinyo – Slip C-7
-Private Consignment

1721 – FIF Gamma232 – Slip B-4
-Private Consignment

1813 – SS Soryu – Slip B-7
-Private Cruise

1950 – SS Schleswig-Holstein – Slip B-6
-Private Consignment

1953 – FIF Gamma051 – Slip C-3
-Private Consignment

2004 – SS EMPRESS – Slip C-6
-Private Consignment

2145 – SS Ryuho – Slip B-5
-Private Cruise

Officer of the Watch Report:

Report filed at 1622 by Madaline Erins (Imperial Bordello License #420031988 current and on file in SCO) charging members of the Knights of the Resurected Don with harrasment. Charges investigated by Sgt. Penn and Officer Harken during patrol. Squires Smith and Giles apprihended following questioning and confession before witnesses. Smith and Giles atmitted to the specific actions while maintaining their propriety in ‘Maintaining the Moral Standing of the Station.’ Both perpetrators were fined and records marked as warned. Squire Roberts was called into the SSO to collect the members of his order and informed that such ‘Moral Outreach’ was properly confined to those who volunteer for such abuse or the discression of the Station Councillor.

Counter-charges of assult by Smith and Giles against Ms. Erins were filed on the basis of extensive brusing and minor lacerations caused by the swung personal effects of Ms. Erins. Charges were dismissed, the actions deemed self-defense , after careful review of testimony given by both parties.

Previously filed requests for compensation for damnages caused by unscheduled IAKU demonstrations in the station Concourse, Station Commanders Office, and numerous Docking ports have now been listed in arrears but Station Council, pending judgement by an Imperial Magistrate. Council requests all 23 private parties listed in the official complaints produce detailed reciepts for both damages caused to property as well as estimates on lost income. Station Council has comitted to sending an additional request for an Imperial Circuit Magistrate to aid in resolving this matter.

NOTE: A form HIE-p0013 ‘Official Bribe Report’ has been filed by OFC Grass. Copies of the completed form are available.

Sgt. Penn
OTW – 2nd Shift

2338 – 26.09.2308

posted by Penn at 8:53 pm  

Friday, January 23, 2009

Security Entry #43155 – 2nd Shift Handover Report

2359 – 21.09.2308

Shipping Log:
Ships Arriving:

1711 – FIF Sigma56 – Slip B-7
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1809 – FIF Gamma090 – Slip B-4
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1838 – SS Beberibe – Slip B-1
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2059 – FIF Gamma279 – Slip C-2
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2116 – SS ER PERTH – Slip B-10
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2121 – FIF Alpha61 – Slip C-5
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2137 – FIF Gamma145 – Slip C-7
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2148 – SS Newark – Slip C-6
-Refueling; Crew R&R

2252 – SS Ramsay – Slip B-11
-Refuel & Repair; See Station Engineers Report

2341 – FIF Gamma048 – Slip C-3
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2355 – FIF Alpha52 – Slip C-4
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

Ships Departing:

1530 – SS Batak – Slip A-2
-Shuttle Service: Marten Control

1609 – FIF Gamma233 – Slip B-2
-Private Consignment

2003 – SS Texas – Slip C-6
-Private Consignment

2155 – SS VEGA DAVOS – Slip B-12
-Private Consignment

2334 – FIF Sigma05 – Slip B-4
-Private Consignment

2348 – SS Slinger – Slip B-9
-Private Cruise

2352 – SS Matabele – Slip B-6
-Private Cruise

2354 – SS HAMBURG – Slip C-5
-Private Consignment

Officer of the Watch Report:

Official recognition and approval of budget extension for Brig Cell Block 02 (formerly the SSO Lobby) has been retroactively approved by the SCO. Budgetary extension have been approved specifically for Brig rations and re-zoning of the space. Budgetary requests for infrastructure improvements to the new Brig Cell Block have been denied at this time. In consultation with the Cmdr. Walsh, Lt. Anderson has also denied requests for parole for inmates held in BCB02, due to the flight risk posed by the IAKU ship still in dock. These policies will remain in effect until a hearing before an Imperial Magistrate can be held to confirm or modify them.

In response to complaints filed by multiple station staff and visitors, Officers Chuck and Harkin were dispatched to the station concourse to investigate claims of harassment on the part of “Crazy People.” Sleuth Robert and three other members of the Order of the Holy Candlestick were detained and questioned before being released on bail for charges of assault and disturbing the public rest. Members of the Order admitted to offering high-protein packets of dehydrated gruel and medical examinations performed by members of the Order. Sleuth Robert further admitted to being insistent on the examinations with certain individuals due to their “Obvious malnutrition and state of shock”. These conditions were, he claims, caused by the “Severe spiritual catastrophe that has recently taken place.”

Sleuth Robert was warned that, under the conditions of his parole, he and the other charged members of the Order are to refrain from imposing their offered aid on those who do not request it. Relevant persons were also reminded that any further disruption will result in mandatory detention until the case can be heard by an Imperial Magistrate.. Victims of the event have been referred to the Station Councilor should they require advice regarding the episode.

At his request, Sleuth Robert’s remarks regarding malnutrition on the station have been forwarded to the SCO and station Cafeteria. A transcript of Sleuth Robert’s interview is available on request.

Sgt. Penn
OTW – 2nd Shift

2359 – 21.09.2308

posted by Penn at 12:33 am  

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Security Entry #43143 – 2nd Shift Handover Report

2348 – 17.08.2308

Shipping Log:
Ships Arriving:

1831 – SS HAMBURG – Slip B-12
-Registered Religious Vessel – Aid Mission

2309 – SS Texas – Slip C-6
-Refueling; Crew R&R

2345 – SS VEGA DAVOS – Slip C-5
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

Ships Departing:

1530 – SS Batak – Slip A-2
-Shuttle Service: Marten Control

1747 – SS Diomede – Slip C-2
-Private Cruise

2029 – FIF Gamma171 – Slip C-1
-Private Consignment

2057 – FIF Gamma262 – Slip C-7
-Private Consignment

2158 – FIF Alpha27 – Slip B-11
-Private Consignment

2202 – FIF Gamma245 – Slip B-7
-Private Consignment

2226 – FIF Gamma266 – Slip C-8
-Private Consignment

2306 – FIF Gamma047 – Slip B-1
-Private Consignment

Officer of the Watch Report:

Demonstrations were held by the IAKU beginning at 1409 and continuing until halted at 1930 by order of the SCO. These demonstrations were not scheduled and were held in the SSO lobby, blocking all access for station visitors and residents. Requests by SSO officers were met by the insistence by IAKU members that according to HID-11 peaceful demonstrations are allowed in any and all public spaces in His Majesty’s Empire. Emergency Declaration 308013 was signed by Cmdr. Marsh declaring all SSO and SCO spaces to be closed to all unauthorized personnel. On refusal of the demonstrators to removed themselves from restricted spaces, the SSO lobby doors were sealed at 1932 and the space re-designated Machina Station Brig 02. All IAKU members detained therein are to be held under close arrest for trespassing on restricted Imperial property until their case can be seen by an Imperial Magistrate.

In accordance with HRD-1008, and after careful consideration by Machina Station Council, all Kirnian Minx pelts are to be sold in lots at public auction to merchants holding Class 4 Imperial Goods licenses. All proceeds from these sales are to be deposited in the Machina Station Widows and Pension Fund. Donations by interested parties may also be made.

Squire Allen of the Knights of the Resurrected Don have placed a memorandum on file with the SSO offering aid in civic organization and crime reduction. Squire Allen has been assured that he and his order will be informed should such aid be requested by competent station authorities. Approval of other services offered in the memorandum has been deferred to the Station Councilor.

Sgt. Penn
OTW – 2nd Shift

2348 – 17.08.2308

posted by Penn at 2:43 am  

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Security Entry #43125 – 2nd Shift Handover Report

2341 – 11.09.2308

Shipping Log:
Ships Arriving:

1619 – FIF Gamma266 – Slip C-8
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1631 – SS Matabele – Slip B-6
-Refueling; Crew R&R

1744 – FIF Gamma047 – Slip B-1
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1838 – SS Washington – Slip B-5
-Refueling

1843 – FIF Gamma171 – Slip C-1
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1846 – FIF Sigma05 – Slip B-4
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1903 – FIF Alpha27 – Slip B-11
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1914 – FIF Gamma233 – Slip B-2
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1928 – SS Slinger – Slip B-9
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2052 – FIF Gamma245 – Slip B-7
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2203 – FIF Gamma262 – Slip C-7
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2219 – SS Diomede – Slip C-2
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

Ships Departing:
1530
– SS Batak – Slip A-2
-Shuttle Service: Marten Control

1601 – SS Takao – Slip B-3
-Private Consignment

1602 – SS Lorraine – Slip C-3
-Private Consignment

1604 – SS Tracker – Slip C-5
-Private Cruise

1821 – FIF Gamma283 – Slip C-1
-Private Consignment

1849 – SS AFRICA – Slip B-10
-Private Consignment

1902 – SS Bengal – Slip C-2
-Private Consignment

2003 – FIF Beta13 – Slip B-2
-Private Consignment

2149 – FIF Gamma006 – Slip C-6
-Private Consignment

Officer of the Watch Report:

The SCO, in accordance with HRD-1008, does request and require that all salvageable and salable remnants of any Kirnian Minx found on Machina Station be cleaned, preserved, and stored, pending legal disbursement according to the Decree cited above. Detachments from the SMO and Station Infirmary will be assigned with proper processing of Minx cadavers. Cargo bays B-8 and A-4 are hereby designated work and storage areas for the task. Due to the valuable nature of the processed pelts, SSO detachments will also be required for access control to the same areas.

Demonstrations by the Imperial Animal Kindness Union were held in the Station Concourse outside the Station Security Office, as well as the Station Rotunda outside the Station Commander’s Office. Demonstrations were held from 1407 until 1712 in both locations. Scheduled times for demonstrations according to the MSSO-p702 ‘Public Demonstration Announcement Form’ listed as 1400 to 1700 in Concourse only. IAKU representatives reminded that public gatherings and activities are to be restricted to the times and locations listed in the proper forms. Future incidents are to be recorded and forwarded to the SCO for possible civil prosecution.

Sleuth Robert of the Order of the Holy Candlestick has placed a memorandum on file with the SSO offering peacekeeping assistance in the ‘situation following the recent calamity.’ Sleuth Robert has been informed that any such calamity is now past. The memo is on file with duplicates forwarded to the SCO. Future offers of assistance are, by order of the SSO Officer In Charge Lt. Anderson, to be recorded and politely refused.

Sgt. Penn
OTW – 2nd Shift

2341 – 11.09.2308

posted by Penn at 2:22 am  
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