Positions UF Starfleet Security

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SECURITY

Merging the responsibilities of ship to ship and personnel combat into a single department, the security & tactical department is responsible for the tactical readiness of the vessel and the security of the ship.

NOTE: When there is no Chief Security Officer, all other members of the Security Department will report to the Chief Tactical Officer.

Chief Security Officer

A member of the bridge crew, s/he is primarially responsible for the internal security of all crew members, and the security of crew members while on away missions. S/he often serves as security team leader during times of combat, and is responsible for the safety of the ship's CO.

Assistant Chief Security Officer

Responsible for helping maintain security aboard the ship or station, for providing protection for away teams, and for helping lead security teams on combat missions.

VIP Bodyguard

VIP Bodyguards are specially trained members of the Security Department. Their primary responsibility is to ensure the safety of diplomats and other important guests, both on and off the ship/station, at all costs. They have taken an oath to give their lives, if necessary, in order to protect the VIP they are assigned to.

Brig Officer

As the supervisor of the brig, the Brig Officer is a Security Officer who serves task also as the disciplinarian and caretaker for inmates by delivering anything from punishments to food and medicine to the inmates.

Security Officer

Trained in personnel combat, both melee and ranged, security officers predominately serve as the security force aboard a ship/station, as well as accompanying away teams and providing protection for diplomats and ambassadors. Officers may also fill the role of special investigator or detective when dealing with crimes and matters of security aboard a ship/station.

TACTICAL

Merging the responsibilities of ship to ship and personnel combat into a single department, the security & tactical department is responsible for the tactical readiness of the vessel and the security of the ship.

NOTE: When there is no Chief Tactical Officer, all other members of the Tactical Department will report to the Chief Security Officer.

Chief Tactical Officer

A member of the bridge crew, s/he serves at the tactical console on the bridge during most encounters. Responsible for the tactical readiness of the ship or station, s/he also doubles as the security team leader during personnel combat. S/he must maintain the tactical systems, and acts as the tactical advisor to the CO.

Assistant Chief Tactical Officer

The assistant chief in the Tactical department helps maintain the tactical readiness of the ship or station , from performing upkeep on the torpedo tubes, to serving as a tactical officer on the bridge in the event that the Chief Tactical Officer is otherwise occupied.

Tactical Training Officer

The Tactical Training Officer is responsible for training tactical officers in various tactics and skills. S/he may also establish advanced training sessions for Marine officers, and other members of the crew who wish to benefit.

Cloaking Specialist

The Cloaking Specialist is responsible for the operations of the cloaking device on board the ship. They must detect any fluxuations and immediately correct for it, to ensure that the cloak is maintained and preventing any amount of energy from being detected. This individual also oversees the distribution and maintenace of personal cloaking devices.

Armory Officer

Also known as the Master-at-Arms on some ships and stations, the Armory Officer serves as the quartermaster and armory supervisor. S/he supervises all security personnel in the operations, repairs, and protocols concerning the various weapons at their disposal; s/he also runs the armory and supervises firearm deployment.

Tactical Officer

Responsible for helping maintain the tactical readiness of the ship or station, the tactical officers serve in the armory, on the bridge, in the torpedo bays, and at other locations that aid the tactical readiness of the ship. They are also trained as security officers, but usually do not double as such.