Army Regulation — Military Police. Department of the Army. Washington, DC. AR — Personal Security This regulation
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Army Regulation — Military Police. AR — Personal Security. This regulation Outlines planning, objectives, selection, certification, credentialing, and equipping of protective service personnel. Specifies mission, training, and equipment for special reaction teams. Directs contingency planning, training, and equipment for hostage negotiations.
Effective 21 April This regulation establishes Army policy on personal security. This regulation implements DOD Directive. Impact on New Manning System. This regulation does not contain information that affects the New Manning System. Army management control process. This regulation is not subject to the require- ments of AR 11—2.
It does not contain inter- nal control provisions. Supplementation of this regulation and establishment of command or. DC — Interim changes. Interim changes to this regulation are not official unless they are au- thenticated by the Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army.
Users will destroy interim changes upon their expiration dates unless sooner superseded or rescinded. Users are invited to send comments. ARNG: C. Contents Listed by paragraph and page number. Appendix A.
References, page 8. Chapter 1. Purpose This regulation establishes policies and responsibilities for personal security during combatting terrorism and other major disruptions on military installations.
It also provides guidance for protective service operations both on and off military installations. It is an adjunct to AR — References Required and related publications and prescribed and referenced forms are listed in appendix A.
Explanation of abbreviations and terms Abbreviations and special terms used in this regulation are ex- plained in the glossary. Responsibilities a. The Commanding General, U. This includes the planning and execution of close-in protection for the principal, and the coordinating every phase of the mission to include the middle and outer cordons of security with the major Army command MACOM responsible for the geographical area. Selection, certification, and other require- ments for full-time protective service personnel explained in chapter 3 are not applicable to USACIDC assigned personnel.
MACOM commanders assigned the responsibility for desig-. These commanders will— 1 Designate Level 1 high risk personnel assigned or traveling within their areas of responsibility. Tenant units will submit names of nominees for high risk designation to the applicable MACOM exercising geographical responsibility for consideration. Full-time protective services will be provided until the Level 1 high risk person permanently departs the geographical area or the Level 1 high risk designation is removed.
This responsibility may be delegated to installation commanders. Tenant units authorized. Coordination Every phase of a protective service mission must be carefully coor- dinated with appropriate military, Federal, State, local, and host country agencies. Questions with regard to the interpretation of statutes or international agreements will be referred to the servicing judge advocate. Visiting protective service personnel accompanying high risk persons will ensure coordination of their protective service mission and operations with the MACOM exercising geographical area of responsibility.
Chapter 2 Protective Services. Protective service operations will be conducted in accordance. Unless authorized by statute or i n t e r n a t i o n a l a g r e e m e n t , s o l d i e r s p e r f o r m i n g p e r s o n a l p r o t e c t i v e services off military installations will not identify themselves as law enforcement agents or wear uniform accoutrements that project mili- tary law enforcement authority.
Military personnel may not enforce civil law; however, they will always act to defend the high risk person or themselves wherever they may be. Conduct of protective services, organization of the protective. The mission of protective services is to protect the principal.
Protec- tive service personnel must be able to react instantly by covering. Full-time protective services will be provided only for person-. Protective services should be based upon a defense in depth. This would include uni- formed and nonuniformed security personnel military, U. Federal, State, local, or host country , physical barriers, or a combination of both, controlling movement within the area.
Responsibilities must be clearly defined throughout the protec-. Project and protocol officers, security personnel, and hosts will be identified and assigned responsibilities. Full-time protective service. The objectives of the full-time protective service team are as.
Duties may include—. Standard Army weapons and equipment should be used to. However, execution of full- time protective service missions may require use of special equip- ment and materials. If items are not provided by table of organiza- tion and equipment TOE and table of distribution and allowances TDA authorization, or through routine supply channels, command- e r s w i l l c o n s i d e r l o c a l p u r c h a s e , p r o c u r e m e n t , o r l e a s e o f t h e equipment.
TDA authorities will provide a minimum of two vehicles for team use for each principal being protected. Vehicles should be similar to those available on the local economy in order to blend with the local environment; however, they will not exceed the class II designation for a compact sedan unless approval for a larger class vehicle has been granted by the Secretary of the Army in accordance with AR 58—1.
Hand-held and portable base station frequency modulated FM radios equipped with surveillance packages will be available. All hand-held radios should have hands-free operation capability and all nets should be securable in accordance with Federal Stand- ard and AR —2.
All vehicles will be equipped with moun- ted radios. Contingency limitation. The local Criminal Investigation Command element will be coordinated with prior to obligation or expenditure of. Selection and certification The inherent danger and diverse demands of full-time protective services dictate the need to ensure that personnel meet the highest standards and proficiency of technical skills.
Personnel nominated to perform full-time protective service. Personnel in grade E4 with a. Personnel selected for full-time protective service duties must. Before personnel may perform on-the-job-train- ing OJT protective service duties, they must have a valid DA Form Personnel Action which states they will attend the course. They must also be screened and cleared in accordance with paragraph 3—1 a.
Personnel performing full-time protective service duties must. As a minimum, per- sonnel will receive individual and team training, to include evasive driver training. They will be periodically tested under varied scenar- ios, qualify quarterly with their assigned weapons, and receive ad-.
Crime Records Center. Commanders desiring to nominate an individual for full-time. The request will include the following information:. See figs 3—1 and 3—2 for completed samples of this form.
Reproduction of these credentials or use of locally produced protective service cre- dentials is prohibited. Unless authorized by statute or international agreement, soldiers performing personal protective services off mili- tary installations will be provided with protective service creden- tials; they will not use law enforcement credentials. They will be completed with the name, SSN, full facial photograph in uniform, and signature of the full-time protective service person to whom issued.
Credentials that have not been laminated are not valid. A l t e r e d , marred, or defaced credentials will be recovered and destroyed. Credentials will be transferred as stated in AR —30 for military police investigator MPI credentials. This will in- clude maintenance of a control log and monthly physical inventories of credentials.
The expiration date will be typed on the line provided on DA Form Loss of credentials. Loss of credentials will be investigated. Full-time protective service personnel will wear the duty uni-. They should consider clothing worn by the principal being protected and the location of the mission.
Unless authorized by statute or interna- tional agreement, soldiers performing personal protective services off military installations will not wear uniform accoutrements that project law enforcement authority. Wearing of U. Requests for civilian clothing allowances will be submitted as.
AR 190-58 Personal Security