If it is a moderate or severe IC crime not related to antag involvement. Security should be able to present convincing evidence, not just oh so and so did this I was told by 'X' when requested if a complaint is filed with an IAA or any head of staff aboard that shift. It would be regarded as false imprisonment and illegal detention. A officer can arrest you in the act (But will still need to leave a recorded statement of what they saw after the fact). But if it is hearsay. They are expected to collect evidence and witness statements during your before (Enough to bring you in) and during processing (Anything remaining or conflicts you bring to light).
>>>Especially given sec records carry over now.<<<
There has been a rise in the need for better security work. Any heads of staff or IAA who refuses to promptly evaluate all evidence in a complaint of false imprisonment in round without extremely good reason will face possible suspension or outright removal of their command access.
And security are likewise expected to supply it upon request. And suspension for sec staff will be common for anyone who cannot meet a requested reasonable burden of proof.
"This is Captain Hawkins of the NSS Exodus. Your Custodial ERT just breached a hostile location with a mop and cleaning grenades, I need him removed from my station instantly."