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    Can anyone help me with getting forms & reports for my security company? If you could either give me a site that has them to order from or email me a copy of your company's.

    Im looking for:
    Report forms
    security daily logs
    Lost and found logs
    statement forms
    anything of that nature that could assist me.

    Thanks.
    Last edited by Oxfordfair; 01-17-2008, 02:28 AM.

  • #2
    hmm how about opening up microsoft word and creating some ? they arent that hard to create and you can make the customized by doing this.
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    • #3
      I do know of some professional security groups (like ASIS) have sample forms available or just build up your own using WORD or EXCEL or something along those lines. Just ensure that what you have is compliant in your state and country - ie. every incident report should have a number (you can create your own but keep a register).
      "Keep your friends close and your enemies even closer" Sun Tzu

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Oxfordfair View Post
        Can anyone help me with getting forms & reports for my security company? If you could either give me a site that has them to order from or email me a copy of your company's.

        Im looking for:
        Report forms
        security daily logs
        Lost and found logs
        statement forms
        anything of that nature that could assist me.

        Thanks.
        Absolutely! Because you seem like a decent person, I'll only charge you $100.00 per original for these proprietary documents. Customized to your specs but not guaranteed legal forms. That would be an additional fee for legal services. I'll even go so far as giving you an absolutely free proposal on the cost of writing your OPM and Post Orders if you'd like. One stop shopping, you came to the right place. Send me a PM if you want to take advantage of this one-time deal.
        formerly C&A

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        • #5
          I had a book, I believe from Butterworth about 15 years ago. It contained all sorts of security reports. They could even be torn out & photocopied. Unfortunately I've lost it.
          I enforce rules and regulations, not laws.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by NRM_Oz View Post
            I do know of some professional security groups (like ASIS) have sample forms available or just build up your own using WORD or EXCEL or something along those lines. Just ensure that what you have is compliant in your state and country - ie. every incident report should have a number (you can create your own but keep a register).
            Is there any state in the United States that requires a report number for a private security (not a sworn police agency) firm? Or makes any requirement on a firm other than: you will retain documentation for a set period of time?

            I have never seen a state law requiring any organization of a security guard company documentation.
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            • #7
              Just google it, plenty out there I'm sure .
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              • #8
                Originally posted by N. A. Corbier View Post
                Is there any state in the United States that requires a report number for a private security (not a sworn police agency) firm? Or makes any requirement on a firm other than: you will retain documentation for a set period of time?

                I have never seen a state law requiring any organization of a security guard company documentation.
                Why would any state require it? Any one not using a numbering system is nuts. Its good for organization. Ours are like this:

                20080000001

                The first 4 numbers are for the year (obviously) and the remaining numbers are for the reports. I have never seen us get over 350.
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                • #9
                  Any company or business SHOULD (note the should) would have some form of management of incidents (no different than a numbered police notebook). If you are going to annexure your reports for other reasons you may have 19 reports from a patrol company.

                  Even a simple 18012008-1 or 18012008-2 system has to be logical and if you have dozens of bodies who potentially could be creating all these reports then there has to be a control issue. Those of you who conduct investigations (I am not talking about a missing coffee mug) would maintain an investigations register, so this would be similar to this. Some of you MAY have companies that have been through Quality Assurance and these are the minimum requirements of a Quality System (all about registers, control and ensuring compliance).
                  "Keep your friends close and your enemies even closer" Sun Tzu

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by N. A. Corbier View Post
                    Is there any state in the United States that requires a report number for a private security (not a sworn police agency) firm? Or makes any requirement on a firm other than: you will retain documentation for a set period of time?

                    I have never seen a state law requiring any organization of a security guard company documentation.
                    Yow...one would certainly think that certain organization and format of documentation would be helpful in actual court, if not actually mandated by law.
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                    • #11
                      This software is pretty good and doesn't cost a whole lot. We are looking into using this at the hospital I work at. It has demos and a flyer.

                      ftp://members.aol.com/ttylersoftware/2007fly.pdf
                      http://ttylersoftware.com/
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by NRM_Oz View Post

                        Even a simple 18012008-1 or 18012008-2 system has to be logical and if you have dozens of bodies who potentially could be creating all these reports then there has to be a control issue. Those of you who conduct investigations (I am not talking about a missing coffee mug) would maintain an investigations register, so this would be similar to this. Some of you MAY have companies that have been through Quality Assurance and these are the minimum requirements of a Quality System (all about registers, control and ensuring compliance).
                        Logically the metric system is better. We are using it in Canada a lot. Today's date is 2008/01/18. It is logical because 10 years from now when looking back at file you look for the year first, then the month then the day. We used to use the day, month, year OR month, day year - it was very confusing.
                        I enforce rules and regulations, not laws.
                        Security Officers. The 1st First Responders.

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                        • #13
                          I created alot of my forms on MS Word, and a couple reports I got from a PD, and changed things around a bit. I also put all my reports on both my PC and laptop using Omniform (which I love).

                          Nathan,

                          Maryland, atleast does not require report number in the security firms. However, as mentioned by another, not having report numbers would be ridiculous. I couldn't imagine being the person, that had to locate a remote from a year ago.
                          "Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity." - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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                          • #14
                            www.hospitalitylawyer.com sells reports forms, check lists etc for the hospitality industry. You can become a member & get all for free.
                            I enforce rules and regulations, not laws.
                            Security Officers. The 1st First Responders.

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                            • #15
                              I have seen reporting systems start with, and I kid you not..
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                              08-1
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                              This is not a "why should you," but a, "Does Australia really require private enterprise to do things like make report numbers?"

                              To me, when a government demands something, it usually is because its bad if it doesn't happen, OR its legitimized enough to require it. As in, someone needs a report (and we're not talking your client), so the Crown/State requires you generate them.
                              Some Kind of Commando Leader

                              "Every time I see another crazy Florida post, I'm glad I don't work there." ~ Minneapolis Security on Florida Security Law

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