U.s. army conventional physical security manual

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Army Intelligence and Security Doctrine

ACCESS CONTROL 7-1 Designated Restricted Areas 7-1 Employee Screening 7-4 Identification System 7-4 Duress Code 7-10 Access-Control Rosters 7-10 Methods of Control 7-10 Security Controls of Packages, Personal Property, and Vehicles 7-1 1 Tactical-Environment Considerations 7-12 Chapters LOCK AND KEY SYSTEMS 8-1 Installation and Maintenance 8-1 Types of Locking Devices 8-1 Chapters SECURITY FORCES 9-1 Types of Security Forces 9-1 Authority and Jurisdiction 9-2 Personnel Selection 9-3 Security Clearance 9-3 Organization and Employment of Forces 9-4 Headquarters and Shelters 9-4 Execution of Security Activities 9-5 Training Requirements 9-6 Supervision 9-7 Uniforms 9-8 Vehicles 9-9 Firearms 9-9 FM 3-19.30 Page Communications 9-9 Misceiianeous Equipment 9-9 Miiitary Working Dogs 9-10 Summary 9-10 Chapter 10 IN-TRANSIT SECURITY 10-1 In-Port Cargo 10-1 Raii Cargo 10-4 Pipeiine Cargo 10-6 Convoy Movement 10-7 Chapter 11 INSPECTIONS AND SURVEYS 11-1 Inspections 1 1-1 Surveys 11-2 Appendix A METRIC CONVERSION CHART A-1 Appendix B SAMPLE INSTALLATION CRIME-PREVENTION HANDBOOK B-1 Section I — Installation Crime-Prevention Programs B-1 Crime-Prevention Working Groups B-1 Crime-Prevention Officers B-2 Crime-Prevention Program Development B-2 Training B-5 Civilian Crime-Prevention Organizations B-5 Section II — Criminal Analysis B-5 Sources of Information B-6 Individual Criminal Analysis B-9 Criminal-Analysis Procedures B-1 5 Criminal-Analysis Summary B-1 7 Section III — Command and Law-Enforcement Countermeasures B-1 7 Crime Hot Lines B-17 Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design B-18 Specialized Patrol Tactics and Surveillance B-25 Publicity Campaigns B-30 Residential-Security Surveys B-31 Juvenile Crime Prevention B-34 Fraud B-47 Internal Theft B-52 Pilferage B-53 Section IV — Army Property at the Local Level B-61 Motor Vehicles B-61 Consumer Outlets B-63 Arson B-66 Section V — Community Crime-Prevention Programs B-67 Neighborhood Watch Program B-67 Operation ID B-71 Neighborhood Walks B-74 Vigilantism B-75 Mobile Patrols B-76 Project Lock B-76 Section VI — Evaluation B-79 III FM 3-19.30 Page Crime-Prevention Programs B-79 Crime Rates B-83 Measures of Effectiveness B-84 Internai Measures B-85 Appendix C INTELLIGENCE, COUNTERINTELLIGENCE, AND THREAT ANALYSIS C-1 Information Sources C-1 Responsibilities of US Government Lead Agencies C-2 Information Requirements C-4 Threat Analysis and Assessment C-5 Determination of the Threat Level C-6 Appendix D CRISIS-MANAGEMENT PLAN D-1 Appendix E OFFICE SECURITY MEASURES E-1 Physical-Security Survey E-1 Security-Engineering Assessment E-1 Technical Assessment of Responses E-2 Physical-Security Enhancement Measures E-2 Appendix F PHYSICAL-SECURITY PLAN F-1 Annexes F-6 Tactical-Environment Considerations F-7 Appendix G PERSONAL-PROTECTION MEASURES G-1 Personal Protection G-1 Working Environment G-2 Home Environment G-4 Appendix H BOMBS H-1 General H-1 Concealing Bombs H-1 Damage and Casualty Mechanisms H-1 Telephonic Threats H-3 Evacuation Drills H-3 Searching for a Suspected l ED H-6 Appendix I EXECUTIVE PROTECTION 1-1 Supplemental Security Measures 1-1 Executive Protection Goals 1-1 Residential Security Measures 1-2 Transportation Measures 1-4 Individual Protective Measures 1-7 Combating-Terrorism Training for Executives 1-10 Travel to Potential Physical-Threat Risk Areas 1-10 Protective Security Details 1-10 Executive-Protection System Integration 1-12 Appendix J RESOURCE MANAGEMENT J-1 Funding Programs J-1 IV FM 3-19.30 Page Projected Requirements J-1 Obligation Plan J-1 Types of Appropriations J-2 Appendix K VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT K-1 Assessment Considerations K-1 THREATCON Levels K-2 Assessing Vulnerability K-3 GLOSSARY Glossary-1 BIBLIOGRAPHY Bibliography-1 INDEX lndex-1 Preface This field manual (FM) sets forth guidance for all personnel responsible for physical security.

St Century U. S. Military Manuals Physical Security Army Field.

It is the basic reference for training security personnel.

<em>SECURITY</em> MANAGER’S HANDBOOK - United States <em>Army</em> Accessions Command

SECURITY MANAGER’S HANDBOOK - United States Army Accessions Command

It is intended to be a "one-stop" physical- security source for the Department of Defense (DOD), the Department of the Army (DA), and other proponents and agencies of physical security.

FM 3-19.30 Table of Contents - Reliable Security Information

Prevention and protection are the two primary concerns of physical security.

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