It does sound a bit odd. I recall, however, working in a group home a couple years ago where one of the residents was simply going beserk 24/7 - violent, self abusive, wired to the hilt, a true danger to everyone and everything around him. Yet the QMRP at the time, a person I never trusted as far as I could throw him to begin with, flat out refused to have him taken to the ER or psych ward for evaluation, I suspected because of money (the company has to pay for hospitalizations). We must have written AT LEAST 75 incident reports! It got to where everyone from the team manager on down suspected the QMRP of "disposing" of the IR's, and so we ended up copying them if it ever came back on us. One of the shift supervisors, a person of considerable integrity, kept them in a safe place. Alas, the QMRP was able to claim the guardian deep-sixed the request for hospitalization (I never believed that), and so things kept on the way they were. :angryfire :angryfire
What that Q did to all of us was just damned unforgiveable, IMO. :angryfire I'm glad he's gone now, even tho I left the company before he did.