Report Writing for Security Personnel
Butterworth-Heinemann, 1991 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 125 pages
Teaches report writing for security personnel, and provides, in addition to its practical sections on note-taking, punctuation, grammar and spelling, the information needed for writing descriptions, routine reports and incident reports.
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abbreviations accident actions active voice alarm system bomb threat cafeteria Certified Protection Officer color comma Communicorp complete credibility crime criminal daily activity report DAILY REPORT DATE device document door employees Error event example exit facts FIGURE happened important incident reports independent clause injury investigation irregular verbs John Q Jones ment Montvale narrative format Note Taking object occurred officer's organization outline form P.O. Box paragraph parking PARKING VIOLATIONS passive voice Past Participle patrol person Personal computer police PRACTICAL EXERCISE Describing preprinted checkoff format professional Protection Officer punctuation questions record remember report form report writing sample daily activity security log security officers security personnel security report sentence Silent alarm Smith someone specific statement supervisor suspect switch take notes telephone tense theft tion Trier of fact unfair labor practices victim VIOLATIONS witness words write reports