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Documents Flashcards Grammar checker. Physical Security Standard Operating Procedures 1. Group and Battalion Security Manager: All personnel are responsible for physical security within the unit. This appendix outlines procedures and policies and gives guidance for the safeguarding and accounting of weapons and sensitive items in the arms room.
Armorer will under no circumstance leave the arms room without lhysical all weapons in their racks, locking the door and activating the alarm. Arms room Officer 3. A copy of the company unaccompanied access roster will be posted in the arms room. Security lighting includes exterior and interior lighting which cannot be accessible turned off to unauthorized personnel.
Ensure that all IDS sensors are free from extraneous material which could prevent the sensor from functioning properly. Ensure all arms racks and containers weighing less than pounds are secured to the structure or fastened together. Ensure all wall lockers used to store weapons and ammunition are modified by braiding or welding the joint and rivet bolts, are secured with two Series locks and heavy duty hasps.
The following inventories will be conducted: Inventories will be retained until the next serial number inventory.
When the responsibility for the arms room is transferred, a physical count of weapons and ammunition is conducted. This will be recorded on a DA Form and the form kept until the next monthly serial number inventory has been conducted. The same person will not conduct this inventory in consecutive months. The unit armorer or the Arms room Officer will not conduct this inventory. Record the results of the inventory on an informal memorandum.
Retain this memorandum and inventory sheet for 2 years if no discrepancies are noted; 4 years if a discrepancy was noted. Corrections to serial numbers on the inventory sheet will be noted and corrected prior to the next monthly serial number inventory. Return from Field Inventory: The MAL will contain the name of the soldier and the serial number for each piece of equipment they are authorized. For a period less than 24 hours.
The armorer will conduct a test of the IDS at least every 30 days.
The results of the test will be recorded on the posted DA Form R. The completed DA Form Rs will be maintained by the armorer for one year. Written instructions will be provided by the company and posted for the guards.
Any false activation of the alarm will be recorded on DA Form R. The company will maintain two sets of arms room keys: These keys will be controlled and inventoried IAW the following: He will sign the operational set to the armorer and the alternate set to the Battalion S2.
A DA Form R will be used to sign out the keys. Key inventories will be recorded on a DA Form R which will be maintained for one year in the active files and one year in the inactive files. After Duty Hours Key Security: At the close of business, the armorer will lock all the operational keys in a locked and sealed container which will be turned in to the designated custodian and recorded on DA Form R as well as annotate the same in the duty log.
A locked and sealed container is defined as: All tools that could be used for forcing entry into the arms room or arms rack must be secured outside the arms room i. If the commander chooses to store sensitive items in the arms room he must authorize it in writing and state the amount he authorizes for storage. The headquarters company commander can authorize the storage of small quantities of operational ammunition in the arms room. The ammunition can be retained for emergency cases when armed guards are necessary.
In this case, other companies must coordinate with the headquarters element for ammunition. These quantities will be consistent with operational requirements not to exceed a total count of 20 rounds. The company commander of any company can authorize in writing the storage of training ammunition small caliber not to exceed a period of 10 days.
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Training ammunition will be inventoried at the end of each day by an Officer or NCO. Both training and operational ammunition will be included in all physical and serial numbered inventories. Consolidated arms rooms used to store arms, ammunition and explosives will have a formal physicak that at a minimum states which Commander is responsible for items stored. Unit will maintain securjty SOP covering all areas mentioned above. The SOP will be reviewed annually for relevancy.
Security Of Arms, Ammunition And Explosives
Maximum number of items to be stored by Tenants: M16 M9 M60 MK Tenants weapons will be identified by: Additional physical safeguard are: Any additional coordination necessary: The enclosure lists the items by serial number. The enclosure consists of pages. NO discrepancies were found. If a discrepancy was found, then state what action were taken. This memorandum will remain on file in the Arms Room for 2 years no discrepancies or 4 with discrepancies I have verified the information securlty the memo.
Signature of person conducting the inventory: Phyxical outline requirements for storage and control of privately owned weapons POW. Once the commander has signed this form, copy 3 of this form will be given to the soldier physixalthen the unit armorer will take the remaining 2 parts of this form to the Provost Marshal office within 48 hours to be stamped and registered with them. Copy 1 will be retained by the Provost Marshal Office and Copy 2 physiczl the unit armorer in his arms room.
All personnel living in the barracks will store their POWs in the company arms room. The company armorer will store privately owned weapons and ammunition separately from military weapons and ammunition.
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Privately owned weapons will be stored separately from privately owned ammunition. This requirement can be securityy by locking the ammunition in an ammunition can with a Series lock. Privately owned weapons and ammunition will be stored under the same structural standards as military weapons and ammunition. POWs securtiy be included in unit inventories and be recorded on the informal memorandum for serial number inventories and by count for physical count inventories.
The company commander, MUST give written permission to the individual before he can withdraw the weapon from the arms room. Storage of any and all privately owned incendiary devices and explosives i.
Command Policy on Privately Owned Weapons 1. Personnel living in 1900-11 barracks are prohibited from storing their privately owned weapons in their rooms. These personnel will store their weapons in the company’s arms room, and will be issued a weapons card DA Form for each weapon. These weapons will be withdrawn from the arms room only with written physicak from the company commander. Storage of privately owned incendiary devices or explosives is strictly prohibited. All company personnel wishing to store their privately owned weapons in their on-post quarters will first obtain written authorization from the commander.
To provide guidance on procedures for key and lock control. Unit commander will appoint in writing a primary and alternate key and lock custodian. The following information will be maintained on the register. AR Appendix D 5. Key depositories will be made of at lease 20 gauge steel and permanently to a wall. AR Appendix D b. This container will be located in an area provided 24 hour surveillance and locked when not in use. All building and room keys will be signed out on the key control register.
All keys and combinations to locks will be accounted for at all times. Padlocks and their keys will be inventoried by serial number semi-annually. When a key is lost or missing, the padlock will be replaced immediately. To prescribe policies and procedures for safeguarding unclassified Army property. Ensure a risk analysis of your motor pool is conducted every three years.
Security Of Arms, Ammunition And Explosives
Appoint in writing a Key and Lock Custodian. An “Off-Limits to Unauthorized Personnel” sign must be posted at each entrance to the motor pool. Motor pool gate security.
This gate will controlled to prevent pilferage. Control of entry and exit may be guards or locks on gate. ARpara 35f 3 During Duty hours the access gate will open for foot traffic. Entry and exit from any other gates will be controlled by the gate guards. Army vehicles in non-combat areas will be secured with a locking mechanism when parked and not attended by an assigned operator.
All others hatches will be secured from inside.