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Incident Report {14MAY2457} - Travis Davis

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Reporting Personnel: Vira De Santos

Rank of Reporting Personnel: Head of Security

Personnel Involved: Travis Davis: Xenobiologist, Unnamed cyborg.

Time of Incident: May 14th, 2457.

Location of Incident: Escape.

Nature of Incident: [x]Workplace Hazard []Accident/Injury []Destruction of Property [x]Neglect of Duty []Harassment [x]Assault [x]Misconduct [x]Other _Breaching Station Directives regarding Scientific experiments outside the Science department._

Overview of the Incident: At the end of the shift while crew members were transferring out via scheduled transfer, I was speaking to an officer regarding an unrelated issue. Nearby was Travis Davis, who spoke of telecrystals. I caught earshot of this, and looked over to see a cyborg nearby. As soon as I was about to reprimand Davis and stop him from tossing a telecrystal at a cyborg, he did it anyway. Luckily, the cyborg only teleported a short distance away. Despite this, however, Davis was detained for breaching directive #4. When spoken to about the very same behavior that he has been reprimanded for, he refused to take responsibility for what he did and attempted to weasel his way out of a conviction, and consistently demanded release. He was imprisoned in the holding cell at the Odin.

This show of irresponsibility with dangerous experimental equipment has shown he has not improved since his last incident report.

Did you report it to a Head of Staff or IAA? If so, who?: Negative, however, this report was drawn up in the meantime and handed off to the

Additional notes: Travis Davis has acquired ludicrous amounts of telecrystals before as a xenobiologist. As soon as he acquires as much as the teleporter requires, he immediately moves to teleporting station objects to and from the telescience lab. It is unfathomable how a xenobiologist who requires extensive experience in the fields of xenoanatomy also has vast amounts of knowledge with experimental teleporter devices that require equally as extensive knowledge with said interfaces as well as high marks in trigonometry and calculus, as was told to me by another Research Director a long time ago when conversing casually about how the teleporter room works.

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