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Incident Report: 29NOV2457 A. Livingstone


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Reporting Personnel: Nazih Jawdat

Rank of Reporting Personnel: Pharmacist.

Personnel Involved: Nazih Jawdat, Pharmacist. Anja Livingstone, Security Officer. Jade Rathel, Security Officer.

Time of Incident: 14:15

Real time: (E.g 20:04 PST 29/11/15)

Location of Incident: The Brig

Nature of Incident: [X]Workplace Hazard [X]Accident/Injury [X]Neglect of Duty [X]Other False Arrest

Overview of the Incident: It began when he was arrested for trespassing and possession of contraband for having a necessary medicine for his job. The trespassing, he concedes, may at least have been a fair charge, as he climbed the kitchen counter and entered the cold room (which he has access to, he did not need to break in) to cook some food for himself and others on the crew. Officer Livingstone caught him, searched his things, and when he would not admit wrongdoing, arrested him for trespassing and 'contraband'. The 'contraband' he had was a syringe of sedative (2.5 units chloral hydrate, 12.5 units sleep toxin( in a box of syringes in his bag. He surrendered willingly, despite his verbal protests that he had done nothing wrong.

When he was arrested he was locked in a cell in the brig, and not given access to the brig common area, despite being a nonviolent 'offender', and having surrendered himself willingly and having asked specifically to be given access to the common area so he could obtain food for himself. (He had been arrested for accessing the kitchen cold room for food, recall,)

However, the largest problem of his incarceration came after the fact. He walked about his cell, with no means of occupying himself, and eventually he leaned on a wall. What he did not realize was that the 'wall' was a cell window that had been previously vandalized, exposing an electrified grate to the open air. When his hand made contact he was very severely burned and he was put at risk of serious infection. It was only the quick intervention of another officer (Jade Rathel) and the fact that he'd been arrested carrying medical supplies that ensured he did not risk severe, potentially fatal infection. Such a hazard should not have been left unattended and he should not have been put in the cell with it, when there were undamaged cells readily available.

Did you report it to a Head of Staff or IAA? If so, who?: Yes, Internal Affairs Agent, Aaron Blomquest

Additional notes: Aaron Blomquest later told him that his arrest for 'contraband' was not valid as the sedative was legitimately obtained and had legitimate purpose as part of his job.

Potential Witnesses: Jade Rathel, Aaron Blomquest

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TO: Nazih Jawdat, NSS Aurora

FROM: Felix Walters, CCDOIADS, NMSS Odin

SUBJECT: RE: Incident Report



Due to the fact that Chloral Hydrate being outside the workplace is indeed contraband, and in an unlabeled and hidden container; this charges given to you are legitimate, as you have essentially signed a confession within this report. The record of charges will be placed on your permanent record.

In relation to the damaged cell; please file a complaint.


DTG: 29-11:22-TAU CETI STANDARD-11-2457

SIGN: Felix Walters

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