Physical Security at ARS Locations

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Physical Security at ARS Locations. Ed Reilly Chief, Real Property Management Branch Facilities Division. Jurisdiction. Exclusive BARC, USNA, PIADC, WRRC, NCAUR, USMARC Authority for Armed Guards BARC, USNA, PIADC, and USMARC Proprietorial Interest Only Local Law Enforcement
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Physical Securityat ARS Locations Ed Reilly Chief, Real Property Management Branch Facilities Division Jurisdiction
  • Exclusive
  • BARC, USNA, PIADC, WRRC, NCAUR, USMARC
  • Authority for Armed Guards BARC, USNA, PIADC, and USMARC
  • Proprietorial Interest Only
  • Local Law Enforcement
  • State, County, City, Campus Police
  • Federal Protective Service
  • Federal Standards
  • Vulnerability Assessment (June 28, 1995)
  • GSA and US Marshall Service
  • 1,330 GSA facilities with 750,000 employees
  • Perimeter, Entry, Interior, Security Planning
  • Office Space ONLY
  • Security Levels
  • Established 5 Security Levels
  • Minimum Security Standards
  • Level I
  • Facilities with:
  • 10 or fewer Federal employees
  • 2,500 or less square feet of office space
  • Low volume of public contact
  • Hours of Operation - less than 12 hours per day
  • Level I
  • Minimum Security Standards:
  • High-security locks on all exterior doors
  • Secure utility areas (telephone/computer/chemicals/fuel)
  • Perimeter lights
  • Emergency power backup for interior lights
  • Occupant Emergency Plan
  • Employee Security Awareness training
  • Level II
  • Facilities with:
  • 11 to 150 Federal employees
  • 2,500 to 80,000 square feet
  • Moderate volume of public contact
  • Federal activities that are routine in nature
  • Hours of Operation average 12 hours per day
  • Level II
  • Minimum Security Standards:
  • High-security locks on all exterior doors
  • Perimeter lights
  • Secure utility areas
  • Emergency power backup for interior lights
  • Occupant Emergency Plan
  • Employee Security Awareness training
  • Visitor access control (ID badges or sign in register)
  • Level III
  • Facilities with:
  • 151 - 450 Federal employees
  • 80,000 to 150,000 square feet
  • Moderate/high volume of public contact
  • Hours of Operations - more than 12 hrs per day
  • Tenants include law enforcement, courts, and related agencies
  • Level III
  • Minimum Security Standards:
  • Same as Level II Facilities
  • Security Guards
  • Magnetometer or X-ray screening at public entrances
  • Interior and exterior parking should be controlled
  • Level IV
  • Facilities with:
  • Over 450 Federal employees
  • More than 150,000 square feet
  • High volume of public contact
  • Hours of Operation - more than 12 hours a day and may be open to employees 24 hours a day
  • Tenants include law enforcement, courts, and related agencies, highly sensitive Gov. records
  • Level IV
  • Minimum Security Standards:
  • Same as Level III facilities
  • Required x-ray screening of all mail/packages
  • 24-hour closed circuit TV with monitoring & videotape recording of building perimeter
  • Mandatory display of agency photo ID badge
  • Shatter-resistant exterior glass
  • Level V
  • Facilities with:
  • Over 450 Federal employees
  • More than 150,000 square feet
  • High volume of public contact
  • Mission of tenant agencies require that they secure the site according to their own requirement (CIA Headquarters, Pentagon, National Security Agency)
  • Level V
  • Minimum Security Standards:
  • Same as Level IV facilities
  • Security procedures developed internally
  • Public disclosure not required
  • Physical Security Review
  • Contact your law enforcement agency
  • Federal Protective Service
  • State, County, City, or Campus Police
  • Have them review the security at your location
  • Perimeter security
  • Entry to your facility
  • Interior security
  • Entry to sensitive areas
  • Written recommendations for changes
  • Physical Security Review
  • Install and maintain security devices and system to the extent practicable
  • Post Rules and Regulations Governing Public Buildings and Ground at employee and visitor entrances
  • Establish an Occupant Emergency Program
  • Implement crime prevention activities
  • Occupant Emergency Program
  • Introduction
  • Emergency Numbers
  • Police (Emergency/Non-emergency Numbers)
  • Fire (Usually 911)
  • Hazardous Materials
  • Suspicious Packages
  • Bomb Threat
  • Power Failure
  • Occupant Emergency Program
  • Emergency Command Center
  • Monitors (floor, area, stairway)
  • Location of emergency exits, fire alarms, fire extinguishers
  • Evacuation Procedures
  • Identify the nearest exits and evacuation route
  • Identify evacuation procedures for physically challenged employees
  • Occupant Emergency Program
  • Identify Safe Areas away from the building
  • Bomb threat response procedures
  • Telephone threat
  • Written threat
  • Suspicious packages
  • Protests/Demonstrations
  • Power outages and elevator failure
  • Severe weather
  • Regulations
  • P&P 240.3, Physical Protection, Security, and Conduct while on ARS-Controlled Property
  • Departmental Regulation 1650-2, Building Safety/Security Occupant Emergency Program
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