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Revision 8.4. Electronic copy.

Submitted to Foundation Records Database. Archived File.

Contains sensitive information. Do not copy or re-distribute.


This documentation contains information regarding Foundation cross-site regulations, laws and punishable offences.

It is required by administration for all staff to be familiar with this document to a degree capable of reproducing it on demand if necessary before being admitted to service with the Foundation.

If another or more specific copy is required, please contact your immediate supervisor.


Unless directed otherwise, staff are reminded that the content of this manual is strictly classified, and exchange/viewing of copies provided to other personnel is also prohibited.

Staff suspecting a breach of this regulation are to contact administration immediately.


The Foundation has for as long as it has existed always remained consistent and precise in its location, handling and removal of anomalous objects and placement in special containment. Due to the inevitable risk our role entails, it is undoubtedly essential that we remain indefinitely above the risks. A failure to not act following procedures, or a failure to make mistakes, is a failure of the entirely of the Foundation. Following the regulations is following the Foundation.

If not, you place all of us in danger.

- Dr. Walker, Head of Regulations Board.


Punishable offences are referred to as 'types'. A given type will be issued with a type-number, and a specific. An example would be a Type-1.a offence - the offence given following a member of Foundation staff informing an individual outside the Foundation of its existence. The type-number in this case is 1, meaning an offence relating to secrecy. The specific is a, the exact offence (or list of offences) that the offender has broken in their actions.

The following is the official list of all punishable offences of the Foundation, and expected conduct of all staff past or currently employed by the Foundation.


Staff are required at all times to maintain foundation security. This is followed through correct handling of sensitive data, and the prevention of disclosure of this information. The existence of the Foundation to the public should remain anonymous.

Specifics of type 1 offences include:

  • 1.a : Informing individuals outside of the Foundation of its existence.
  • 1.b : Failure to intervene and prevent a member of Foundation staff committing to Type 1.a.
  • 1.c : Releasing sensitive information to contacts outside of the Foundation.
  • 1.d : Failure to intervene and prevent a case of whistleblowing or exposure of the Foundation by a member of Foundation staff.
  • 1.e : Incorrect distribution of protected files to specific personnel.
  • 1.f : Incorrect stacking, packaging, placement or record listing of files/objects placed within storage.
  • 1.g : Incorrect marking of classified/sensitive information.
  • 1.h : Incorrect distribution of memetic-protection agents on highly-sensitive files.
  • 1.i : Incorrect placement of warnings preceding memetic agents.
  • 1.j : Failure to report of accidental viewing of classified information.
  • 1.k : Incorrect self-prescription of amnestics.
  • 1.l : Incorrect logging of amnestic prescription/consumption.
  • 1.m : Failure to report of other personnel who have ignored types 1.j/k/l.