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Incident Report - 06/11/2457 - Nia Snyder

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Reporting Personnel:

Milo Hachert

Rank of Reporting Personnel:

Security Officer

Personnel Involved:

Milo Hachert, Security Officer, Victim/Reporting Person ; Nia Snyder, Security Cadet, Perpetrator ; IAM, Forensic Technician, Witness ; Sslazhir Yinzr, Security Officer, Witness ; Raymond Galloway, Head of Personnel, Head of Staff handling situation

Time of Incident:

Approximately 13:50

Location of Incident:

Primary Tool Storage ; Brig

Nature of Incident:

[]Workplace Hazard []Accident/Injury []Destruction of Property [X]Neglect of Duty []Harassment [X]Assault [X]Misconduct []Other _____

Overview of the Incident:

Miss Snyder was assigned to my person by Commander Ezra Scott at approximately 13:45 station time. We commenced a patrol from the fore section of Aurora Station to the Arrivals' Checkpoint.

En route to Arrivals, our patrol encounter Through Rising Flames (TRF), a diona assigned to the facility atmospherics. Cadet Snyder approached TRF and ordered him to remove the fire-suit he was wearing on threat of detainment. Cadet Snyder was requested by me to provide the regulation that TRF was violating. She failed to provide any valid regulation. She then proceeded to insult me, utilizing the word "retard" and question my competence as a security officer. TRF was instructed to carry on by me.

Cadet Snyder then pursued TRF and attempted to flash him. I drew my taser and ordered her to halt. After a short exchanged laced with further insults from Snyder, during which I holstered my taser, she handcuffed TRF and escorted him to the brig.

Upon reaching the brig, Snyder was question as to why she had arrested TRF. She again failed to provide a charge and stated that she was "confiscating the equipment." Officer Yinzr and Technician IAM unrestrained TRF and removed him from the brig.

Snyder then applied more insults to my person, again questioned my competence and departed. I followed, saying that this situation was not resolved, as it wasn't due to her violation of i205: Illegal Detainment. She then turned, rushed at me, and struck me twice due to me referring to her as a cadet, which was her proper rank at the time.

Snyder was then detained utilizing a stun baton and placed in the brig under violations of i103: Minor Assault and i205: Illegal Detainment.

Mister Raymond Galloway, Head of Personnel, was informed. On his order, Miss Snyder was suspended for the remainder of the shift from security.

Did you report it to a Head of Staff or IAA? If so, who?:


Raymond Galloway, Head of Personnel.

Additional notes:

Miss Snyder was shown to be quite insubordinate to Commander Scott prior to her pairing with this officer. Showing a lack of respect that further reinforces the point below:

It is the opinion of this officer that Miss Snyder should receive suspension from security/demotion to security cadet until such a time that she can show a more accomplished understanding of the department's role, respect to her fellow crew members inside and out the department, and a more complete understanding of Corporate Regulations. Conduct such as hers shines a negative light on the department as a whole and creates a toxic work environment within the department.

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This Incident Report is accompanied by a signed statement by Forensic Technician IAM, certifying that the events within occurred as-described, with an accompanying addendum clarifying that Security Cadet Nia Snyder was evidently triggered to assault Milo Hachert by being referred to as Cadet.

(OOC Note: IAM was asked for a signature/statement on the incident report before the end of the shift, and agreed to give it, so he would have had brief access post-shift to make his statement/addendum.)

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  • 1 month later...

TO: Milo Hachert, NSS Aurora

FROM: Jonathan Rase, Duty Officer, NMSS Odin

SUBJECT: RE: Incident Report



We have determined that the events that occurred, as reported by all parties, were handled appropriately and do not require further action on our part. However, we do feel there is need to make one clarification regarding regulation.

The fireaxe located in atmosphereics is a tool only to be removed from its casing and carried in the event of emergency, where this fireaxe is required. Any other situations where this fireaxe has been removed should be treated as any other situation where the personnel is carrying an unauthorized weapon.


DTG: 27-19:33-TAU CETI STANDARD-07-2457

SIGN: Jonathan Rase

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