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191-376-4114 (SL1) - Control Entry to and Exit from a Restricted Area

Standards: Prevent unauthorized personnel, packages, and/or vehicles from entering or leaving the restricted area.

Conditions: You are assigned to control entry to, and exit from, a
restricted area. 
You are given special orders,
identification cards or badges, local
standing operating procedures (SOPs), access
rosters, communications equipment, locally
produced forms, and the current duress code.

Standards:
Prevent unauthorized personnel, packages,
and/or vehicles from entering or leaving the
restricted area.

Performance Steps

1.   Identify personnel before allowing them to enter or
exit the restricted area.

a.
Ensure that only one
individual is processed in or out at
any given time.

b.
Verify the person’s
identity by comparing the person’s
face with the photograph on the
identification card.

c.
Ensure the name of the
person attempting to enter is on the
access roster. The site commander or
custodian must authenticate the
roster.

d.
Obtain authority to enter,
if applicable, for personnel whose
names are not on the access roster.
Call the sergeant of the guards, the
security officer, or the vouching
officer.

e.
Ensure that personnel
entering the facility know the most
direct route to their destination.

2.   Use the following card and badge systems:

a.
Single card or badge
system. Permission to enter is shown
on the card or badge by letters,
numerals, or colors.

b.
Card or badge exchange
system.

(1) 
The individual entering the
area presents the badge or card to the
guard and the guard exchanges it with
the card or badge kept at the
entrance.

(2) 
The individual again
exchanges the card or badge when
leaving the area.

Note.  Always keep
the second card or badge in the area.

c.
Multiple card or badge
system.

(1) 
Exchange the card or badge
at the entrance to each security area
within the installation.

(2) 
Keep cards and badges at
each area only for those personnel who
have the appropriate card or badge.

(3) 
Brief the badge holder that
the badge must be displayed at all
times when in the controlled or
restricted area.

Note.  For
comparison purposes, card and badge
data are identical.

3.   Obtain an escort for visitors with authority to
enter the restricted area according to
special orders.

4.   Use challenges, passwords, and code words in
tactical areas.

5.   Use a duress code.

6.   Check the authorization for vehicle entry and exit.

a.
Log all vehicles entering
or leaving the area. 
Include in the log the
description of the vehicle, the
identity of the driver, the purpose of
the visit, and the destination.

b.
Arrange an escort for all
vehicles entering the area according
to special orders.

7.   Prohibit entry (into the restricted area) of
harmful materials, such as matches,
cameras, and any other items
prohibited by the special orders.

a.
Be alert for the wrongful
appropriation, pilferage, or
compromise of materials or recorded
information.

b.
Make periodic spot checks
of personnel.

c.
Search all packages.

d.
Search vehicles before
allowing them to enter or exit.

8.   Take the appropriate actions in the event of a
security violation.

a.
Detain the suspect until
help arrives.

b.
Report a discovery of
security violations.

c.
Apprehend the suspect.

d.
Prepare a detailed, written
report.

Evaluation Preparation: 

Setup: Create scenarios using the various control techniques and
provide the materials and equipment
necessary for each. 
Have other soldiers role play the
part of authorized and unauthorized
personnel.

Brief
Soldier: Tell the soldier being
evaluated the challenge word, password, code
word, or duress code to be used.

Performance
Measures

GO

NO GO

1.   Identified personnel before allowing them to enter
or exit the restricted area.

2.   Used the card and badge systems.

3.   Obtained an escort for visitors with authority to
enter the restricted area according to
special orders.

4.   Used challenges, passwords, and code words in
tactical areas.

5.   Used a duress code.

6.   Checked the authorization for vehicle entry and
exit.

7.   Prohibited entry (into the restricted area) of
harmful materials, such as matches,
cameras, and any other items
prohibited by the special orders.

8.   Took the appropriate actions in the event of a
security violation.

Evaluation
Guidance:
 
Score the soldier GO if all
performance measures are passed. Score the
soldier NO GO if any performance measure is
failed. If the soldier fails any performance
measure, show him what was done wrong and
how to do it correctly.

References


 

Required


Related


 

TC
19-138

AR
50-5

 

 

FM
22-6

 


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