The important thing is to make sure you avoid misunderstandings and confusion with the names of those involved. If you're using first-person, remember to identify yourself.
– 1st person ‐ I (Security Officer Barrow) saw broken glass on the ground.
– 3rd Person ‐ Security Officer Barrow saw broken glass on the ground.
You can always check with your company which form is preferred; it's best to write your reports the way your employers find the most helpful.
“Report Writing” on guardtexas.net, 2015
Sollars, Robert D. “Security Report Writing: Tips for Creating Pro Security Reports” on silvertracsoftware.com, 2019.
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