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U.S. ARMY PHYSICAL SECURITY PROGRAM. WHO DOES WHAT. COMMANDER PREPARES UNIT PLAN PROVOST MARSHALL ASSISTS UNIT MEMBERS EMPLOY PHYSICAL SECURITY MEASURES. 1. AR 190 - 51. SECURITY REQUIREMENTS EQUAL TYPE OF EQUIPMENT OR PROPERTY RELATIVE TO THE LEVEL OF THREAT. 2. MEVAs. {.

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U.S. ARMY PHYSICAL SECURITY PROGRAM

WHO DOES WHAT

  • COMMANDER PREPARES UNIT PLAN

  • PROVOST MARSHALL ASSISTS

  • UNIT MEMBERS EMPLOY PHYSICAL SECURITY MEASURES

1


AR 190 - 51

SECURITY REQUIREMENTS

EQUAL

TYPE OF EQUIPMENT OR PROPERTY

RELATIVE TO

THE LEVEL OF THREAT

2


MEVAs

{

  • INFORMATION

  • EQUIPMENT

  • PROPERTY

  • FACILITIES

Requires

Increased

Measures

3


CATEGORIES vs. RISK

  • CATEGORIES - PS UPDATE 10-3, AR 190-51, CHAP. 3

  • RISK - COMPUTED BY THE PM RISK ANALYSIS PROCESS

4


COORDINATE

WITH S2 OR

MI REPRESENTATIVE

TS

SECRET

CONFIDENTIAL

CLASSIFIED MATERIAL

5


ARMS, AMMUNITION, EXPOLOSIVES (AA&E)

  • COMPLEX

  • STORAGE REQUIREMENTS

    • CALL YOUR PHYSICAL SECURITY OFFICER

6


AA&E MEASURES

  • POSITIVE CONTROL

  • LANYARDS IN THE FIELD

  • APPROVED STORAGE FACILITIES AND CONTAINERS

  • INVENTORIES

  • KEY & LOCK CONTROL

  • TRANSPORTATION MEASURES

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PRIVATELY OWNED WEAPONS & AMMUNITION

  • LOCKED CONTAINER

  • PROPERLY REGISTERED

  • STORED SEPARATELY

  • RECEIPTED

  • APPROVED ISSUANCE

8


PHYSICAL SECURITY MEASURES

  • PHYSICAL PROTECTIVE

  • SECURITY PROCEDURAL

9


HARDEN THE TARGET

  • PROTECTIVE BARRIERS

  • LIGHTING

10


TYPES OF FENCES

  • CHAIN LINK

  • BARBED WIRE

  • CONCERTINA

  • RAZOR WIRE

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LIGHTING

  • ALLOWS DETECTION

  • PSYCHOLOGICAL DETERRENT

  • PREVENTS OBSERVATION

12


CONTINUOUS LIGHTING

  • GLARE PROJECTION

  • CONTROLLED LIGHTING

  • SURFACE LIGHTING

13


WARNING SIGNS

  • WARN INTRUDERS OF THE AREA RESTRICTIONS

  • MUST BE AT ENTRY POINTS

  • MUST BE AT INTERVALS OF 100 FEET

  • MUST BE MULTI-LINGUAL WHEN APPROPRIATE

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LOCK TYPES

  • DEAD BOLT LATCHES

  • COMBINATION LOCKS

  • CIPHER LOCKS (PUSH BUTTON) KEYED PADLOCKS WHICH INCLUDE:

    • HIGH SECURITY PADLOCKS

    • MEDIUM SECURITY PADLOCKS

    • LOW SECURITY PADLOCKS

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SECURITY MEASURESFOR MOTOR POOLS

  • KEY AND LOCK ACCOUNTABILITY

  • PROTECTIVE LIGHTING

  • FENCING

  • WALKING PATROLS

  • FREQUENT OBSERVATION

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GUARD FORCE OPERATIONS

}

  • ORGANIZATIONAL GUIDANCE

    • FIXED

    • MOBILE

    • RESERVES

    • COMBINATION

  • OPERATIONAL GUIDANCE

    • GENERAL ORDERS

    • SPECIAL ORDERS

    • TEMPORARY ORDERS

WRITTEN

SOP

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SUMMARY

  • IDENTIFY YOUR MEVAs

  • IDENTIFY PROTECTIVE MEASURES

  • GET HELP FROM YOUR PHYSICAL SECURITY OFFICER

  • GET HELP FROM MI

  • DRAFT YOUR PLAN

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