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191-379-4425 (SL4) - Implement the Unit's Crime Prevention Program

Standards: Implemented the unit crime prevention program in accordance with the unit SOP and the installation crime prevention program.

Conditions:
You are given the unit crime prevention
standing operating procedures (SOP), the
results of the last organizational
inspection program (OIP), a copy of the
installation’s crime prevention program, and
FM 3-19.30.

Standards:
Implemented the unit crime prevention
program in accordance with the unit SOP and
the installation crime prevention program.

Performance
Steps

1.   Review the unit crime prevention SOP and the
installation’s crime prevention
program to identify unique
unit/installation needs and
requirements.

2.   Review the results of the unit’s last OIP for
deficiencies identified during the
last inspection.

3.   Conduct crime prevention surveys in accordance with
the unit crime prevention SOP.

4.   Ensure that unit equipment is marked in accordance
with Army regulations and command
guidance.

Note.  Equipment
markings vary greatly depending on the
type of equipment assigned to the
unit. 
Check unit SOPs, technical
manuals, and/or Army regulations to
determine the correct procedures for
marking unit equipment.

5.   Brief unit soldiers on "Operation ID" to
include the following:

a.
Methods of identifying
personal property.

b.
Recording personal
property

c.
Identification numbering.

d.
Standard Army numbering
system.

6.   Attend the battalion or brigade crime prevention
working groups as required by the SOP
and/or the installation crime
prevention program.

7.   Conduct crime prevention briefings to unit
personnel as required by the unit SOP
and/or the installation crime
prevention program.

Performance
Measures

GO

NO
GO


1.   Reviewed the unit crime prevention SOP and the
installation crime prevention program
to identify unique unit/installation
needs and requirements.





2.   Reviewed the results of the unit’s last OIP for
deficiencies identified during the
last inspection.





3.   Conducted crime prevention surveys in accordance
with the unit crime prevention SOP.





4.   Ensured that unit equipment was marked in
accordance with Army regulations and
command guidance.





5.   Briefed unit soldiers on "Operation ID."





6.   Attended the battalion or brigade crime prevention
working groups as required by the SOP
and/or the installation crime
prevention program.





7.   Conducted crime prevention briefings to unit
personnel as required by the unit SOP
and/or the installation crime
prevention program.





References

 

Required

Related

 

FM
3-19.30

 


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