Every six months or so, we have to take an online security course that includes training on the security badges we carry around. Basically, our company assigns each employee a security badge, which is needed to get into office areas. We are instructed to not allow others to "piggyback" (i.e. going through a door after someone else uses a badge to open it), or to allow someone in who is waiting for a person with a badge to walk by.
However, the vice president for our division frequently chooses not to carry around her security badge. On a regular basis, she either piggybacks or asks someone to open a door for her if she walks by. She seems to rely on the fact that people know who she is, and the only person I've known who challenged her on this was someone who didn't know who she was (she later joked about this event, saying that she just needs to get to know more people). To my knowledge, this vice president is the only person who regularly flouts the security badge rules.
I am concerned about this double standard in company security. This is the boss of my boss, so I don't have an easy avenue to report this. What should I do?
Edit: To answer some of the comments, this does not appear to be a test where the vice president is just pretending to not have her security badge and anyone who lets her in fails. She does not have her badge on her and anyone who lets her in is politely thanked, with no consequences of any sort ever occurring. It seems that she is genuinely wanting someone to let her in without a badge.