Machina Station

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

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  

Thursday, January 8, 2009

Security Entry #43110 – 2nd Shift Handover Report

2351 – 06.09.2308

Shipping Log:
Ships Arriving:

1633 – SS Furry Bride – Slip A-4
-Registered IAKU Protest Vessel

1750 – SS AFRICA – Slip B-10
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1847 – SS Lorraine – Slip C-3
-Refueling; Crew R&R

1950 – FIF Gamma006 – Slip C-6
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2144 – SS Takao – Slip B-3
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2205 – SS Tracker – Slip C-5
-Refueling

2230 – FIF Gamma283 – Slip C-1
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2236 – SS Bengal – Slip C-2
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2251 – FIF Beta13 – Slip B-2
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

Ships Departing:
1531 – SS Batak – Slip A-2
-Shuttle Service: Marten Control

2152 – SS Ajax – Slip B-6
-Private Consignment

2206 – SS Devonshire – Slip B-2
-Private Consignment

Officer of the Watch Report:

In response to a Station Maintenance Office request, the policy of providing armed escorts to all SMO personnel with duties out of nominally patrolled public spaces is to be retained and extended until further notice. Requests that said escorts be denied access to the heavy weapons locker without approval from the shift supervisor is under consideration.

By order of the Infirmary, the addition of face masks and topical disinfectants/deodorizers are to be included in all station first aid kits. The infirmary also requests armed escorts to accompany infection control crews while they disinfect known minx spaces. The infirmary notes that said crews wil not be active until the SMO completes repairs to station infrastructure and hull integrity in former minx areas.

As required by HID 628 ‘ The Imperial Records Act ‘, notice is given here of a request for all formal documentation pertaining to Kirnian Minxs and the Machine SSO treatment of the same. A copy of the request filed by J. Hempstead for the Imperial Animal Kindness Union is available on request.

Sgt. Penn
OTW – 2nd Shift

2351 – 06.09.2308

posted by Penn at 7:45 pm  

Thursday, January 1, 2009

Security Entry #43090

2341 – 01.09.2308

Officer of the Watch Report:

As of 1600, Cmdr. Marsh has, in the form of Emergency Declaration 308011, declared active Kirnian Minx suppression operations at an end. This supersedes and replaces the special circumstances outlined in Emergency Declaration 308008. Maintenance crews are to be assigned to repair damage caused during the Incident and dispose of the debris associated with the Minx infestation. Normal shipping will be resumed as of 0800 tomorrow.

In an effort to prevent any future similar outbreaks, armed SSO inspection teams will be required to accompany the CDO when inspecting the living spaces and open cargo containers aboard any and all vessels docking with Machina Station. All animals not possessing valid Imperial work and/or residency permits will be quarantined until cleared by the infirmary and Station Commander’s Office.

Lt. Anderson
Security Office Officer In Charge

2341 – 01.09.2308

posted by Anderson at 10:01 pm  

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