In order to remain in compliance with all laws applicable to the security industry, Interforce International Security and Investigations has instructed you to fill out a daily activity report.  This is clearly stated in the PSISA 2005 of Ontario which states:


  1. The security guard must write  a report per shift.
  2. The security guard company must provide the report for the security guard to write on.
  3. The security guard company must keep accurate records of all security guard reports, which can be inspected at anytime with no notice provided.


Violations of the PSISA 2005 Act can result in:


  1. A fine of up to $25,000 for the security guard, and up to $250,000 for the security guard company.
  2. Up to 1 year in jail.
  3. Both fine and prison.


Obviously the security guard company is taking report writing very seriously.  We are instructing all security guards to follow our directive to fill out a security guard report.

Do's and dont's:


  1. Write in CAPITAL LETTERS.
  2. Review your report prior to submitting to ensure accuracy.
  3. Include as much detail as possible.
  4. Write at least 8 entries.  The report will not submit with anything less than 8 entries.
  5. Fill out your report as accurate as possible.
  6. Fill out your report as frequently as possible, at least 1 entry per hour.



  1. Write one liners.  A report that repeatedly says “Nothing to report” eight times is unacceptable.
  2. Type with poor grammar, missing periods, etc.

    Example: “fire alarm noted on second floor” is missing a period and the first letter is not capitalized.  It should be corrected to read “Fire alarm noted on second floor.” or “FIRE ALARM NOTED ON SECOND FLOOR.”

  3. Tell someone else to write your report for you.  The form is region locked and detects out of bounds entries via GPS, similarily to ClockShark.
  4. Fill out your report at the last minute prior to your shift ending.  You are supposed to fill it at the beginning of your shift an update it frequently as your shift goes by.
  5. Close this browser while on duty.  If you do, you will lose all of your important information.  You can minimize the browser, but please do not close it until you successfully submit your report!

Last but not least, this report is due at the end of your shift.  If you submit it hours later, the security company will automatically know you did your report at home, which is against the PSISA 2005!  The Ministry can audit time submissions as well!