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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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    1. U.S. ARMY PHYSICAL SECURITY PROGRAM WHO DOES WHAT • COMMANDER PREPARES UNIT PLAN • PROVOST MARSHALL ASSISTS • UNIT MEMBERS EMPLOY PHYSICAL SECURITY MEASURES 1

    2. AR 190 - 51 SECURITY REQUIREMENTS EQUAL TYPE OF EQUIPMENT OR PROPERTY RELATIVE TO THE LEVEL OF THREAT 2

    3. MEVAs { • INFORMATION • EQUIPMENT • PROPERTY • FACILITIES Requires Increased Measures 3

    4. CATEGORIES vs. RISK • CATEGORIES - PS UPDATE 10-3, AR 190-51, CHAP. 3 • RISK - COMPUTED BY THE PM RISK ANALYSIS PROCESS 4

    5. COORDINATE WITH S2 OR MI REPRESENTATIVE TS SECRET CONFIDENTIAL CLASSIFIED MATERIAL 5

    6. ARMS, AMMUNITION, EXPOLOSIVES (AA&E) • COMPLEX • STORAGE REQUIREMENTS • CALL YOUR PHYSICAL SECURITY OFFICER 6

    7. AA&E MEASURES • POSITIVE CONTROL • LANYARDS IN THE FIELD • APPROVED STORAGE FACILITIES AND CONTAINERS • INVENTORIES • KEY & LOCK CONTROL • TRANSPORTATION MEASURES 7

    8. PRIVATELY OWNED WEAPONS & AMMUNITION • LOCKED CONTAINER • PROPERLY REGISTERED • STORED SEPARATELY • RECEIPTED • APPROVED ISSUANCE 8

    9. PHYSICAL SECURITY MEASURES • PHYSICAL PROTECTIVE • SECURITY PROCEDURAL 9

    10. HARDEN THE TARGET • PROTECTIVE BARRIERS • LIGHTING 10

    11. TYPES OF FENCES • CHAIN LINK • BARBED WIRE • CONCERTINA • RAZOR WIRE 11

    12. LIGHTING • ALLOWS DETECTION • PSYCHOLOGICAL DETERRENT • PREVENTS OBSERVATION 12

    13. CONTINUOUS LIGHTING • GLARE PROJECTION • CONTROLLED LIGHTING • SURFACE LIGHTING 13

    14. 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 14

    15. LOCK TYPES • DEAD BOLT LATCHES • COMBINATION LOCKS • CIPHER LOCKS (PUSH BUTTON) KEYED PADLOCKS WHICH INCLUDE: • HIGH SECURITY PADLOCKS • MEDIUM SECURITY PADLOCKS • LOW SECURITY PADLOCKS 15

    16. SECURITY MEASURESFOR MOTOR POOLS • KEY AND LOCK ACCOUNTABILITY • PROTECTIVE LIGHTING • FENCING • WALKING PATROLS • FREQUENT OBSERVATION 16

    17. GUARD FORCE OPERATIONS } • ORGANIZATIONAL GUIDANCE • FIXED • MOBILE • RESERVES • COMBINATION • OPERATIONAL GUIDANCE • GENERAL ORDERS • SPECIAL ORDERS • TEMPORARY ORDERS WRITTEN SOP 17

    18. SUMMARY • IDENTIFY YOUR MEVAs • IDENTIFY PROTECTIVE MEASURES • GET HELP FROM YOUR PHYSICAL SECURITY OFFICER • GET HELP FROM MI • DRAFT YOUR PLAN 18