Incident Reports

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      Hello Community,

      I am a new curator working in a history museum. I am looking for examples of incident reports, or something to document when a patron causes accidental (or intentional) damage.  In the case currently before me, the damage was caused to an interactive exhibit which is on loan. So, no complexity there, eh? Any examples of forms or leads will be greatly appreciated.

      Cheers,

      Connie

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      Hi Connie,

      I found a simple incident report sample (along with many other useful sample documents) on the website for the Registrars Committee of the American Alliance of Museum. See:

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      http://www.rcaam.org/resources/sample_documents/

      Here is a link to an incident report form:

      http://www.connectingtocollections.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Object-Incident-Report.pdf

      I hope this helps, Kristen

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