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  1. | ^ ** NanoTrasen Security Regulations ** ^ |
  3. The following contract has been divided into sections to help organized the data the security officer agrees to.
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  5. ** Article 1: Treatment and Prosecution of the Accused**
  6. 1-1: Everyone is innocent unless proven guilty by an official trial, reputable witness testimony, or by the confession of the accused.
  7. 1-1-1: Trials are not required but are encouraged.
  8. 1-1-2: Witnesses must have seen the crime in person and must have someone to back their testimony up for is to be considered reputable.
  9. 1-1-3: If the Accused confesses to committing the crime, the confession must be recorded and documented and reviewed by the Head of the Security department and/or the acting captain.
  10. 1-2: Criminals convicted of capital crimes may only be executed or turned into a cyborg upon the request of the accused or authorization from the current acting captain.
  11. 1-3: If there are no personnel available to authorized execution, the prisoner may be imprisoned in the permanent cell block or sent to the labor camp with no point goal.
  12. 1-4: Criminals will not be subjected to harm or torture in any way shape or form no matter the accused’s crime or information they may harbor.
  13. 1-5: Criminals that are injured or deceased must be given proper medical treatment upon admittance into the prison no matter time sentence nor crime.
  14. 1-6: Accused may not be charged with the same crime more than once at one time.
  15. 1-7: Prisoners must be given a time length fair to them and to any other parties involved.
  16. 1-8 Permanent prisoners may be rewarded for good behavior.
  17. 1-9: Confiscated weapons, armor, or items should be returned to their rightful owner.
  18. 1-9-1: Illegal weapons or armor should be stored in the Armory in the contraband locker.
  19. 1-9-2: Other confiscate items should be put into the evidence lockers.
  20. 1-9-3: Items like tools and non-stolen items should not be confiscated, unless they pertained to the crime committed. (EX. If an Assistant is cutting random wires in the maintenance tunnels for shits and giggles, you might want to take his wire cutters).
  21. 1-10: Individuals who commit major crimes or worse in their department may be demoted or given less access on their identification card.
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  23. ** Article 2: Brig Procedures **
  24. 2-1: Prisoners not admitted into the permanent cell block will not be stripped of essential belongings or items that may not aid if the prisoner tries to escape.
  25. 2-1-1: Items that could be used to escape include tools, authorized weapons, protective clothing, and anything capable of breaking glass.
  26. 2-2: Prisoners taken to the permanent cell block may be completely stripped, with admittance to one personal item if that item cannot be used to aid any attempted to escape.
  27. 2-2-1: Items that could be used to escape are the same as stated in 2-1-1.
  28. 2-3: Prisoners shall not be treated harshly or in a harmful manner.
  29. 2-4: If the Brig sustains severe damage or the environment is inhospitable for prisoners, security personnel must relocate the prisoners until proper repairs have been made.
  30. 2-4-1: When this inevitably happens, security personnel must immediately contact the Engineering Department to repair the damage.
  31. 2-5: Prisoner records should be updated regularly and accurately.
  32. 2-6: The order of command for the Security Department is as follows: Acting Captain, Head of Security, Warden, Security Officer/Detective.
  33. 2-6-1: The Warden’s control only stems over the brig. If there is no Head of Security, then the Warden may take leadership, but only if he, she or it wants to. If there is an immediate station emergency, however, the Warden should ascend to leadership of the security department if there is no Head of Security to help guide Officers on what is the most important steps to take to alleviate the emergency.
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  35. ** Article 3: Armory Procedures **
  36. 3-1: Distribution of weapons or armor to non-security crew members is strictly prohibited.
  37. 3-2 The Armory is only to be access by the Warden, Head of Security or the acting Captain.
  38. 3-3: The Armory should be monitored regularly by the Warden.
  39. 3-4: Weapons and armor should only be distributed to Security Officers at a security level of Amber or higher, or if the Head of Security or acting Captain authorizes it.
  40. 3-5: Upon loosing a taser or weapon, the Security Officer at fault may receive one additional taser until the lost/stolen taser is recovered.
  41. 3-5-1: Should they lose the additional taser, this may be determined as a farce to give non-security members weapons and they may be demoted or punished.
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  43. ** Article 4: Arresting Procedures **
  44. 4-1: Security may only result to deadly force if: the station is in a code red situation, targets are unaffected by non-lethal methods, the officer(s) at hand are at a severe personal risk, the suspect is armed and/or dangerous or if there are multiple hostiles.
  45. 4-1-1: Deadly force should be a last resort and not an always go to method.
  46. 4-1-2: Always ask questions first, shoot later.
  47. 4-2: Do not attempt to apprehend individuals alone unless you are the only working Security Officer or they have already been subdued.
  48. 4-3: All parties involved in serious crimes must be questioned and evaluated.
  49. 4-4: Unnecessary harm to suspects is prohibited.
  50. 4-5: Use the security comms effectively and update other officers as necessary.
  51. 4-6: Avoid involving personnel that were not connected to the original crime.
  52. 4-7: Individuals who commit the same crime more than once may be put in prison for longer amounts of time each time they commit that crime.
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  54. ** Article 5: Other Duties of Officers **
  55. 5-1: Security officers are not only to uphold justice by arresting criminals, but also must help protect the peace by comforting distressed individuals during station threats.
  56. 5-2: Random searches are allowed on security level blue or higher and recommended to be done on suspicious individuals.
  57. 5-3: Weapons found should be taken to security for forensic analysis and put into evidence lockers.
  58. 5-4: Suit sensors should always be set to maximum. If an officer is leaving the station or believes they may need addition assistance in finding them alive or deceased, they should carry a GPS on them.
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  60. ** Article 6: Space Law **
  61. 6-1: All security officer should have all the Space Law memorized and be able to access sentence times based on the laws broken.
  62. 6-2: Space Law is always in effect. Revisions, changes and exceptions may be made by the Head of Security or acting Captain but should be voted on by all heads of staff.
  63. 6-3: Some laws are not able to be changed. For instance, murder may not be made legal, even through a vote where the majority are in favor.
  64. 6-4: If Space law is changed by a head, Security Officers are required to learn the new law(s) and enforce it or them.
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  66. ** Article 7: Punishment for Violation and Exceptions **
  67. 7-1: If an Officer violates anything from the articles listed in this document, they may be given a warning, followed by a suspension, and finally a demotion for the security force.
  68. 7-2: If the violation is more or less severe, the order of punishment may be changed to suit the violation that occurred.
  69. 7-3: All notations hereby addressed in this document are at the discretion of the Head of Security or acting captain.
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