Machina Station

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

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Security Entry #42511 – 2nd Shift Handover Report

2331 – 18.02.2308

Shipping Log:
Ships Arriving:

1617 – SS Ambrosia – Slip A-2
-Transshipment – Referred to Customs Duty Officer

1850 – FIF Gamma113 – Slip C-2
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2012 – FIF Gamma207 – Slip C-8
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2159 – HRV Edmund – Slip B-7
-Refuel, Crew R&R

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

1552 – SS Java – Slip B-5
-Private Consignment

1856 – SS Fortune’s Fare – Slip A-7
-Private Cruise

2020 – SS Cornice – Slip B-8
-Private Consignment

Officer of the Watch Report:
Sgt. Penn will return to duty tomorrow as 2nd Shift Officer of the Watch. He will be on limited duty for the next two weeks, or at the Infirmary’s discretion, which ever is longer. This will be enforced by three orderlies with sedatives. Sgt. Penn has been made aware of the conditions of his return to duty and is eager to resume his post.

Security Office personnel will resume regular patrols and schedules over the next 10 shifts as personnel are returned to active duty by the infirmary. Regular detachments to the Customs Duty Officer are expected to resume by 1st shift on the 25th. This should preclude the need for further complaint tickets being filed by the CDO office. Further memos on this matter will be forwarded to the Station Commander’s office and may cause delays in the resumption of security detachments.

At the request of the B-ring dock technicians, Security Office Personnel have been places outside the entrances to cargo bays 02B and 04B. This after reports from dock technicians and visiting crew members of scratching sounds from inside the above cargo bays. Station residents are assured that the shipping containers used for Kirian Minx storage are secure. At the request of Security Office Personnel on duty, Engineering personnel have inspected and confirmed that environmental and logistical conduits have been sealed and that the bay door locks are secure. Further concerns may be forwarded to the Station Commander’s Office.

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

2331 – 18.02.2308


	
posted by Anderson at 12:51 am  

Monday, February 18, 2008

Security Entry #42508 – 2nd Shift Handover Report

2302 – 16.02.2308

Shipping Log:
Ships Arriving:

1503 – SS Java – Slip B-5
– Transshipment – Referred to Customs Duty Officer

1540 – SS Achielies – Slip B-1
– Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1628 – SS Graceland – Slip C-1
– Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1721 – FIF Alpha87 – Slip C-4
– Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1800 – FIF Alpha82 – Slip C-5
– Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1849 – SS BSS-3002 – Slip C-7
– Refuel and Resupply – Referred to CDO

1933 – SS Fortune’s Fare – Slip A-7
– Refuel and Resupply – Referred to CDO

2120 – FIF Delta30 – Slip C-3
– Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2209 – SS Averton – Slip B-6
– Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2216 – SS Candid – Slip A-3
– Repair and Refit

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

1541 – FIF Sigma71 – Slip C-2
– Private Consignment

1558 – FIF Sigma02 – Slip C-3
– Private Consignment

Officer of the Watch Report:
Station spaced declared clear of Kirian Minxes at 1515. Shipping quarantine lifted as of 1530.

Due to a shortage of containers available for Kirian Minx storage, animals were segregated by sex and stored 2 per 30 cm^3 container. Cargo bay 02B was also designated for Minx storage to reduce dangerously high storage density in cargo bay 04B. Dock personnel detailed with repackaging and handling duties requested and were granted by the Station Commander Hazard pay for the labor related to the Minxes.

Engineering details assisted by Security Office Personnel began a section by section inspection of all spaces outside the Habitation Ring. By order of the Station Commander, all shipping must submit to a complete hull-side inspection to ensure maintenance of Kirian Minx quarantine. All comments or inquiries on this subject are to be forwarded to the Station Commander’s Office.

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

All personnel are reminded of Emergency Declaration 308007B which states that Kirian Minxes are quarantined and declared hazardous animals. It is therefor unlawful for any Kirian Minx to be privately held or retained by any personnel as a pet or other form of property. Likewise, the transport and trade of Kirian Minxes is considered unlawful and offenders will be punished to the fullest extent in accordance with the Marten Unlawful Trade Act of 2297.

(Note to Infirmary personnel: Authorization is formally given to keep Sgt. Penn under sedation and restraint to prevent further activity outside of Infirmary recommendations. The duration of this authorization is to be until Sgt. Penn’s sutures heal enough to not be torn by regular Security Office duty activities such as writing reports)

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

posted by Anderson at 9:20 pm  

Friday, February 15, 2008

Security Entry# 42502 – 2nd Shift Handover Report

2317 – 14.02.2308

Shipping Log:

SHIPPING SUSPENDED

Officer of the Watch Report:

All docking operations were suspended during 1st shift by the order of the Station Commander. This was due to the discovery of a prodigious rate of procreation of Kirian Minxes. All able officers were called to apprehend the animals.

All non-critical personnel not involved with the capture effort were ordered to their quarters until early 3rd shift when all Minxes were reported accounted for. Sgt. Penn was commended by the Station Commander as having the most captures, with 5 minx cubs captured and 3 infirmary admissions during 1st and 2nd shifts. 11 Minxes in total were captured and placed in bio-hazard containment.

Shuttle service is scheduled to re-commence before 0200, having been detailed as a medical transport to carry infirmary overflow to Marten Control for further treatment. The infirmary reports that Sgt Penn will have recovered full use of his legs and partial eyesight before a commendation ceremony at 1400. Sgt. Penn reports his readiness to resume OTW duties for 2nd shift immediately there after.

(Note to Personnel Scheduler: A labor pool clerk is requested to be assigned to each security shift as soon as possible. Clerks can expect to remain in such positions until sufficient Security Office personnel regain dexterity sufficient to type.)

(Note to Infirmary: Remaining Security Office personnel will be rotated through for treatment for heavy nasal bruising due to adaptive typing techniques)

OFC Grass

OTW – Temp.

posted by A Rogers at 12:44 am  

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Security Entry# 42496 – 2nd Shift Handover Report

2319 – 13.02.2308

Shipping Log:

Ships Arriving:

1541 FIF Sigma02 – Slip C-3

—Transshipment. Referred to Customs Duty Officer

1605 SS Innocent – Slip B-2

—Refueling. No transshipping.

2241 SS Schlafen – Slip B-6

—Repair and Refit.

2259 FIF Sigma71 – Slip C-2

—Transshipment. Referred to Customs Duty Officer

Ships Departing:

1531 SS Batak – Slip A-2

—Shuttle Service: Marten Control

1722 SS Caravazan – Slip C-1

—Private Consignment

2028 HRV Nolan – Slip B-7

—Sector Patrol

Officer of the Watch Report:

Officers Chuck and Harkin tasked to assist Customs Duty Officer in manifest inspection of SS Innocent at CDOs request. No further action requested by CDO.

Disturbance at Canteen bar reported at 2144, Sgt. Penn and Officer Harken dispatched to Canteen. One canteen patron detained on assault and vandalism charges. Detainee claims argument erupted between detainee and Canteen Assistant manager regarding recent price increases. Asst. Manager claims low inventory is causing the price fluctuations.

By order of the Station Commander, in light of recent events, an addition was made regarding Section 6 of the Station Safety Guidelines. The order states that these changes are to be effected immediately. Infirmary staff have been informed and required materials have been requisitioned. In accordance with Section 1, Paragraph 3 of same SSG, the addendum is posted in the log:

SSG 6-8-b-(ii)

The following are to be included in all Security Office First Aid Kits:


60 Butterfly closures

100 10cm x 10cm Gauss Patches

25 Standard Suture Kits

50 Rabies Serum Hypo-Syringes


These supplies are to be in addition to the current inventory mandated by Machina SSG.

Sgt. Penn

OTW – 2nd Shift

posted by Penn at 11:18 pm  

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Security Entry# 42487 – 2nd Shift Handover Report

0052 – 11.02.2308


Shipping Log:
Ships Arriving
:

1616 HRV Nolan – Slip B-7
—Patrol stop – Rest and Refuel


1903 SS Caravazan – Slip C-1
—Transshipment. Referred to Duty Customs Officer


2158 SS CIT-202 – Slip C-5
—Private consignment – specialty fuels. Referred to Duty Customs officer


Ships Departing:

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


2043 FIF Beta23 – Slip C-4
—Private Consignment


Officer of the Watch Report:

Officers Chuck and Harkin assisted officers Grass and Thomas of 1st shift in the apprehension of smugglers on board the SS Rote Hande in slip B-8. Arrest was made on the authority of the Duty Customs Officer on noting irregular noises from small containers missing from the manifest. On inspection, the containers were found to hold Kirian Minxes. Three dozen Minxes were confiscated still in their containers.


Crew of the vessel were detained and escorted to the infirmary to be treated for lacerations. Officers Grass and Thomas processed the prisoners and also received treatment. Officer Harkin was treated and released.


Two empty containers were found. It is recommended that 3rd shift personnel continue monitoring station sensors for possible remaining Minxes. Security office First Aid kits have been inspected and are in compliance with Station Safety Guidelines. The infirmary has also been alerted and off-duty staff are on-call in the event of attempted Minx capture.


3rd shift officers are to be reminded that lethal force is STRICTLY CONTRAINDICATED without written approval from the Station Commander and that such authorization has not, as of yet, been granted.


(Note to personnel scheduler: Additional security personnel might be necessary on 1st shift until Officer Grass regains use of one or the other hand)

Sgt. Penn
OTW – 2nd Shift

posted by Penn at 12:54 am  

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