It has been found on some cases which did not immediately R/S, even though their crimes and past would seem to indicate they should have R/Ses, that when Sec Checking was carried on for several sessions, one each on several consecutive days, R/Ses then began to show up. In two cases, List One R/Ses showed up on persons who had never been noticed as having R/Ses before.
It can then be concluded that R/Sers do not R/S necessarily on casual brief Sec Checks.
Part of this phenomena is that the person quite commonly gives off very shallow overts of the order of “I stole a pen from HASI” or “I thought your TRs were bad and I didn’t tell you” and other shallow PT answers to searching Sec Check questions.
This is so much the case that whenever I see shallow wishy-washy “averts” coming off a case day after day, I suspect that sooner or later a good auditor will suddenly find real roaring overts and R/Ses sitting there.
The soft-spoken quiet “inoffensive” person is also a candidate for this sort of disclosure.
Particularly notable is the person who “has never done anything wrong in his whole life and has no overts of any kind.”
These are just special cases of the same thing and an auditor should be alert to them.