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Contractor Security Support For Government Facilities. Department of Energy (DOE) Security Force Program.

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Contractor Security Support

For Government Facilities


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Department of Energy (DOE)Security Force Program

  • Security forces protect DOE classified matter and nuclear material from theft, diversion, sabotage, espionage, unauthorized access and control, and other acts that impact on national security.

  • Authority is Atomic Energy Act of 1954

  • 10 CFR 1047 is policy for Limited Arrest Authority and Use of Force


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Security Police Officers (SPO)Duties

  • Security Officer (SO) – Unarmed

    • Access control, patrol, escort, alarm monitoring

  • SPO I – Armed

    • Fixed posts with no external response requirements

  • SPO II – Armed and trained in offensive tactics

    • Posts and patrols requiring response and assessment in support of facility protection plans

  • SPO III – Armed with extensive training in response to crisis situations

    • SRT, Precision Marksman

  • Other Special duties include canine handlers, armorers, flight crews, law enforcement, and crisis negotiators


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SPO Legal Authority

  • 10 CFR 1047 – Limited Arrest Authority and Use of Force….”authority to enforce specific laws regarding government property and criminal provisions of the Atomic Energy Act.”

  • Limited Arrest Authority – arrest w/o warrant in performance of official duties when

    • Offense committed in presence of SPO and

    • Reasonable grounds (prudent person) to believe offense had been committed

  • Use of Force – use physical force which is reasonable and necessary to

    • Apprehend and arrest offender

    • Prevent escape

    • Defend yourself or third party


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SPO Capabilities at DOE Site

  • SO – 30 on unarmed posts at non-critical facility

  • SPO – 550 armed. Duties include posts at critical facilities, patrol, and Special Response Teams

  • Law Enforcement – 45 officers commissioned by Governor to enforce state traffic laws. Also have role in site response plans.

  • Boat Patrol – 2 patrols

  • Helicopters – 2

  • Canine Teams – 13, includes patrol and detection of explosives and narcotics


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Protective Forces Training

  • SO – Required

    • 3 week basic course which includes

      • Security education and operations

      • Weaponless self-defense and intermediate force weapons

      • Post and patrol operations

      • Communications and safety

    • Annual Refresher Training

      • site specific tasks


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Protective Forces Training

  • SPO I/II – Required

    • 7 week basic course which includes

      • Weapons training and qualification

      • Post, patrol, and response force operations

      • Legal aspects of duties (Arrest Authority/Use of Force)

      • Weaponless self-defense and intermediate force

      • Communications, vehicle operations, safety

      • Site specific topics

  • Annual Refresher Training

    • Physical fitness testing

    • Semi-annual weapons qualifications

    • Site specific training and exercises


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Protective Forces Training

  • SPO III – Required to be trained and qualified in all SPO I/II tasks and

    • 4 week Special Response Training Basic Qualification Course

      • Advanced weapon systems

      • Close Quarter Combat

      • Small unit tactics – ground and air

      • Specialized equipment training

  • Annual Refresher Training

    • Physical fitness testing

    • Semi-annual weapons qualification

    • Maintenance training to retain task/team proficiency

    • Site specific tasks


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