On May 22, 2006 we found this sign behinde the hangar and think we should find out who wrote it. We tried to reach the manager, but he is not available for advice. Can IAM Security deal with the situation?


Look. Observe the situation.
Remember: were you there, did you see anything? If you did, start to identify yourself. Be a concise and accurate IAM representative. Then, authorize yourself as a witnesses, who’s duty is to report.

Describe the pictured incident in chronological order. Pay attention to the details. If you can’t remember them correctly don't start inventing things. If you didn’t see anything, don’t write anything.
In this case, we can’t use opinions. We need facts.
Avoid wordiness and police jargon. No 10-16 or 10-15. This is an airport. Use correct spelling and punctuation. The image of IAM enforcement relies on your presentation. Write in the FIRST person. Refer to yourself as “I” . For example: If you put something in your pockets while the security officer looked away, write: “I” put something in “my” pockets.
In addition: If you know the woman in the blue sweater, ask her to write a statement from her point of view.
If you know other authorizeed witnesses, encourage them to report. The reward for a report, is a re-word, meaning: answer.

Airport Security

Almost 150 years ago, President Lincoln found it necessary to hire a private
investigator, Alan Pinkerton, for protection. That was the beginning of the
Secret Service.

Since that time, federal police authority has grown to a large number of
multi-letter agencies FBI, CIA, INS, IRS, DEA, ATF, etc.

Now comes the

Federal Air Transportation Airport Security Service

Can't you see them now?
These highly trained men and women in their black outfits with initials
in large white letters across their backs?

F. A. T. A. S. S.

I feel safer already.

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