CNICINST 5530.14A N3 29 May 2013 CNIC INSTRUCTION 5530.14A

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DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY COMMANDER, NAVY INSTALLATIONS COMMAND 716 SICARD STREET SE SUITE 1000 WASHINGTON NAVY YARD, DC 20374-5140 CNICINST 5530.14A N3 29 May 2013…
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DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY COMMANDER, NAVY INSTALLATIONS COMMAND 716 SICARD STREET SE SUITE 1000 WASHINGTON NAVY YARD, DC 20374-5140 CNICINST 5530.14A N3 29 May 2013 CNIC INSTRUCTION 5530.14A From: Commander, Navy Installations Command Subj: CNIC ASHORE PROTECTION PROGRAM Ref: (a) OPNAVINST 5530.14E, Navy Physical Security and Law Enforcement Program (b) OPNAVINST F3300.53C, Navy Antiterrorism Program (NOTAL) (c) OPNAVINST 3400.12, Required Operational Capability Levels for Navy Installations and Activities (d) DoD Instruction 2000.16, DoD Antiterrorism Standards, of 8 Dec 2006 (e) DoD Instruction 2000.12, DoD Antiterrorism Program, of 1 Mar 2012 (f) CJCS Instruction 3121.01B, Standing Rules of Engagement/Standing Rules for the Use of Force for U.S. Forces (g) NTTP 3-07.2.3, Law Enforcement and Physical Security, August 2011 (h) NTTP 3-07.2.1, Antiterrorism, Jun 2010 (i) 50 U.S.C. §797 (j) SECNAV M-5214.1, Department of the Navy Information Requirements (Reports) Manual (k) SECNAV M-5210.1, Department of the Navy Records Management Program Records Management Manual Encl: (1) CNIC Ashore Protection Requirements and Standards 1. Purpose. The purpose of this instruction is to implement responsibilities, set forth best practices, and provide requirements and direction for the protection of people and assets throughout CNIC as directed in references (a) through (f). This instruction is a complete revision and must be reviewed in its entirety. 2. Cancellation a. CNICINST 5530.14 dated 7 July 2011. b. CNICINST 5530.1A dated 11 December 2007. CNICINST 5530.14A 29 May 2013 2 3. Background a. This instruction provides a common organizational framework for Navy Security Forces (NSF) during routine and emergency response activities between Navy Regions, Installations, and ships. b. The CNIC Ashore Protection Program incorporates a systems approach to integrating antiterrorism (AT), physical security (PS), and law enforcement (LE) capabilities for the prevention or mitigation of hostile actions against personnel, resources, and facilities, both afloat and ashore. This program serves as the principal process for the integration and implementation of the Protection (AT, PS, and LE) requirements, standards and guidelines directed by references (a) through (f). 4. Policy a. This instruction applies to all Navy military personnel, civilian employees, contractors, facilities and organizations physically located on or aligned to U.S. Navy-controlled installations worldwide. This instruction applies to afloat units when pierside on a Navy installation. b. This instruction does not apply to Navy Nuclear Security (eg. weapons, Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program, and special nuclear material), personnel security (security clearances, etc.), information systems security and network security, or chemical agent security. c. Where this instruction conflicts with the Geographic Combatant Commander (GCC) or assigned Operational Commander (i.e. Naval Component Commander (NCC)) protection requirements, the GCC's/NCC’s requirements take precedence. d. Deviation from the policy and standards in this instruction must be documented in the appropriate planning procedures and implementing guidance. A request for a deviation (waiver or exception) must be submitted in accordance with paragraph 0406 of enclosure (1). e. The policy language used in this instruction includes: (1) Policies that include the words “shall, will, or must” are directive in nature and provide standards, measures or actions. An inability to meet these requirements necessitates a request for a waiver or exception. CNICINST 5530.14A 29 May 2013 3 (2) Recommended procedures include the word "should". These recommendations provide a framework that support the mandatory polices. (3) Enabling procedures include the words "may or can". These are not requirements, but are possible actions or measures to take at the discretion of the responsible party. (4) Prohibitive procedures include the words "shall not, will not, or may not" if the action is prohibited without prior authorization. Actions that are advised against but left to the responsible party's judgment include the words “should not” f. Union notification and subsequent bargaining requirements must be satisfied prior to implementation of this instruction. Regional program managers will advise CNIC Equal Employment Opportunity and Civiian Personnel Policy (N13) and Antiterrorism Team (N3AT) when notification has been accomplished, and provide periodic status of bargaining until completed. g. This instruction amplifies the AT, PS and LE aspects of Protection, pillars which complement, integrate with, and support the three Protection core lines of effort (see Figure 1). The prioritization of implementing the pillars must be based on each Commander's risk management process. Figure 1. Protection Community (Source JP 3-07.2) CNICINST 5530.14A 29 May 2013 4 5. Responsibilities a. CNIC N3AT is responsible for: (1) Identifying the resources programmed to implement and maintain the Protection Program as part of the planning, programming, and budgeting system process. (2) Performing Protection Program planning and resourcing as outlined in reference (b). (3) Providing unified and consistent protection policy, procedures, standards of service, and practices for effective and efficient management of installation support. (4) Developing, managing, and distributing an Ashore NSF Table of Allowance (TOA). b. Region Commanders (REGCOMs) are responsible for: (1) Promulgating guidance for subordinate commanding officers (COs) to establish security measures in accordance with regional guidance and higher headquarters directives. (2) Exercising geographical area of responsibility command and control and developing and implementing a comprehensive protection plan designed to accomplish all requirements or standards contained in this document. (3) Assessing installations/facilities to ensure they develop, maintain and implement protection plans and programs. Examples include but are not limited to: AT Plan, Physical Security Program, Law Enforcement Program, General Public Visitation, and Standard Operating Procedures. c. Installation Commanding Officers (COs) are responsible for: (1) Providing security for resources, facilities, mission critical assets, Critical Infrastructure Protection, and personnel under their authority (including eligible dependents and civilians when applicable) and control consistent with threat, risk, vulnerability, criticality, assigned roles, missions, and resources. (2) Providing awareness information and educational materials to help service members, civilian employees, and CNICINST 5530.14A 29 May 2013 5 contractor personnel prepare themselves and their eligible dependents to reduce their individual risk and vulnerability to terrorism and criminal activity. (3) Reporting to the REGCOM in whose area of responsibility they are physically located for all matters relating to the Protection Program. (4) Performing and coordinating all Protection Program requirements within the installation's areas of responsibility. (5) Establishing a comprehensive installation Protection Program. The program shall be reviewed and updated as required, annually at a minimum. d. Tenant COs and Officers-in-Charge are responsible for: (1) Coordinating all matters pertaining to the Protection Program with the CO. (2) Participating as an active member of the installation Protection Program, Crisis Action Team (CAT), Threat Working Group (TWG), and Antiterrorism Working Group (ATWG). (3) Complying with reference (a) which prohibits tenant activities residing on a Navy Installation from establishing a separate armed security and/or LE unit without approval from Chief of Naval Operations Fleet Readiness and Logistics (N4). 6. Action a. CNIC shall assist REGCOMs, COs, and supporting security staffs to establish the security posture necessary to defend against acts of terrorism and criminal activity and support all- hazard responses. b. REGCOMs shall: (1) Adhere to requirements set forth in this instruction, and utilize references (a) through (k). (2) Require Commanders/COs to implement plans, policies, and procedures as a result of lessons learned and best practices, which are incorporated in Navy doctrine publications. CNICINST 5530.14A 29 May 2013 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Enclosure (1) CNIC ASHORE PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS AND STANDARDS CNICINST 5530.14A 29 May 2013 i Enclosure (1) TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 PROTECTION PROGRAM MANAGEMENT Page 0101 Scope.................................................1-1 0102 Command Structure.....................................1-1 0103 Echelon II............................................1-1 0104 Echelon III: Region Headquarters.................. ..1-4 0105 Echelon IV: Installation Headquarters.................1-9 0106 Required Operational Capabilities (ROC)...............1-10 0107 Defense Readiness Reporting System-Navy (DRRS-N)......1-12 0108 Navy Mission Essential Tasks (NMETs)..................1-13 0109 Protection Planning Process...........................1-13 0110 Training and Exercises................................1-15 0111 Interoperability......................................1-15 CHAPTER 2 NAVY SECURITY FORCE COMPOSITION 0201 Mission...............................................2-1 0202 Navy Security Forces..................................2-1 0203 Responsibilities......................................2-2 0204 Post Orders...........................................2-4 0205 Weapons Security......................................2-4 0206 Contract Security Service.............................2-4 0207 Civil Service Members of the Navy Security Force......2-5 0208 Regional Security Force (RSF).........................2-7 0209 Auxiliary Security Force (ASF)........................2-8 0210 CNIC N3AT Non-Guard Security (NGS) Support Services...2-16 0211 Navy Reserve (NR) NSF.................................2-16 0212 Alcohol and Prescription Drug Use.....................2-17 CHAPTER 3 ANTITERRORISM 0301 General...............................................3-1 0302 Overview..............................................3-1 0303 Types of Assessments..................................3-1 0304 Navy Force PRO........................................3-3 0305 Risk Management.......................................3-3 0306 Antiterrorism Planning................................3-4 0307 Antiterrorism Officer (ATO)...........................3-5 0308 Installation AT Plan..................................3-6 0309 Antiterrorism Working Group (ATWG)....................3-7 0310 Individual Antiterrorism Plan (IATP) and Travel Tracker/Notifier (TT/N)...............................3-7 CHAPTER 4 PHYSICAL SECURITY 0401 Physical Security Programs............................4-1 0402 Objective.............................................4-1 0403 Policy................................................4-2 0404 Protection Capabilities...............................4-4 CNICINST 5530.14A 29 May 2013 ii Enclosure (1) 0405 Defense in Depth......................................4-4 0406 Deviation Process.....................................4-4 0407 Harbor Patrol Unit/Harbor Security Boat (HPU/HSB).....4-4 0408 Active Vehicle Barrier Procedures.....................4-6 0409 Crime Prevention......................................4-9 CHAPTER 5 LAW ENFORCEMENT 0501 Responsibilities......................................5-1 0502 Traffic...............................................5-5 0503 Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol/Drugs..........5-5 0504 Traffic Accident Investigations.......................5-6 0505 Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP)..........5-7 0506 Criminal Investigations...............................5-8 0507 Desk Journals.........................................5-9 0508 Crime Statistics......................................5-9 0509 Personal Firearms Safety, Control, and Accountability.5-10 0510 Courthouse Security...................................5-11 0511 Cell Phones and Texting...............................5-14 0513 Victim & Witness Assistance Program (VWAP)............5-15 0514 Security and Law Enforcement Patrol Response..........5-19 0515 Search Prior to Ambulance Transport of Violent Patients..............................................5-19 CHAPTER 6 EQUIPMENT ALLOWANCES AND UNIFORM STANDARDS 0601 Purpose...............................................6-1 0602 Definitions...........................................6-1 0603 Background............................................6-2 0604 Responsibilities......................................6-3 0605 Procedures for Initiating AEL/TOA Changes.............6-3 0606 Uniform and Appearance Standards for Navy Civilian Police and Navy Security Guards ......................6-9 0607 Policy................................................6-10 0608 Personal Appearance...................................6-10 0609 Hair, Grooming, and Appearance Standards..............6-10 0610 Hygiene and Tattoos...................................6-13 0611 Supervisory Responsibility............................6-14 0612 Honors................................................6-14 0613 Uniform Allowance.....................................6-14 0614 Authorized Uniforms...................................6-16 CHAPTER 7 TRAINING 0701 Purpose...............................................7-1 0702 Responsibilties.......................................7-1 0703 Navy Security Force (NSF) Training....................7-3 0704 Harbor Security Boat (HSB) Training and Reporting.....7-4 0705 Nonlethal Weapons (NLW)...............................7-5 0706 Security and Auxiliary Security Force (ASF) Training..7-6 CNICINST 5530.14A 29 May 2013 iii Enclosure (1) 0707 Training Standards for Navy Civilian Police and Navy Security Guards..................................7-7 0708 AT Level 1 Awareness Training.........................7-25 CHAPTER 8 EXERCISES AND READINESS 0801 General...............................................8-1 0802 Overview..............................................8-1 0803 Goals.................................................8-1 0804 Exercise Planning.....................................8-2 0805 Exercise Schedule.....................................8-3 0806 Exercise Design.......................................8-5 0807 Exercise Types........................................8-6 0808 Drill.................................................8-8 0809 Tabletop Exercise (TTX)...............................8-8 0810 Command Post Exercise (CPX)...........................8-8 0811 Field Training Exercise (FTX).........................8-8 0812 Regional Training Teams and Installation Training Teams.................................................8-13 0813 Orientation Seminar...................................8-13 0814 Evaluation............................................8-15 CHAPTER 9 MISSION PROFILE VALIDATION-PROTECTION (MPV-P) 0901 Mission...............................................9-1 0902 Concept...............................................9-1 0903 Process...............................................9-1 0904 Data Collection Workbooks.............................9-6 0905 Determination of Posts................................9-7 0906 Use of Support Agreements and Tracking of Reimbursable Services for NSF......................................9-8 CHAPTER 10 INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT 1001 Purpose...............................................10-1 1002 Overview..............................................10-1 1003 eGuardian.............................................10-2 1004 Intelligence Support Concept..........................10-10 1005 Planning and Direction................................10-11 1006 Tasks.................................................10-13 1007 Coordinating Procedures...............................10-25 1008 Intelligence Products.................................10-25 1009 Threat Models.........................................10-28 1010 Analytical Methodologies & Tools Applied Against Terrorist Operations..................................10-29 1011 Four Basic Tools......................................10-30 1012 Terrorist Threat Database.............................10-30 1013 Products and Plans....................................10-30 1014 Information Dissemination/Briefing Requirements.......10-31 CNICINST 5530.14A 29 May 2013 iv Enclosure (1) CHAPTER 11 INSTALLATION PROTECTION ASSESSMENT CELL (IPAC) 1101 Purpose...............................................11-1 1102 Applicability and Scope...............................11-1 1103 Background............................................11-1 1104 Policy................................................11-2 1105 Responsibilities......................................11-3 1106 Action................................................11-5 CHAPTER 12 ACCESS CONTROL 1201 Policy................................................12-1 1202 Installation and Facility Access Control..............12-1 1203 Navy Commercial Access Control System (NCACS).........12-22 1204 DoD Identification Cards, Badges, and PIV Cards.......12-25 1205 Sex Offender Tracking and Installation Access Restrictions..........................................12-26 1206 Taxi, Limousine, and Shuttle Access...................12-27 1207 Vehicle Registration Program..........................12-30 CHAPTER 13 RESOURCING, SUSTAINMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF INTRUSION DETECTION SYSTEMS 1301 Policy................................................13-1 1302 Physical Security Program Background..................13-1 1303 Responsibilities......................................13-1 1304 Procedures for Normal and Emergent Repairs............13-2 APPENDIX A REFERENCES......................................A-1 APPENDIX B DEFINITIONS/ACRONYMS............................B-1 APPENDIX C CRIME PREVENTION CHECKLIST EXAMPLES.............C-1 APPENDIX D SEX OFFENDER POLICY ACKNOWLEDGEMENT & DISCLOSURE FORM (FH/BH/PPV) ...............................D-1 APPENDIX E CNIC N3AT LIST OF EQUIPMENT.....................E-1 APPENDIX F CYCLE OF TRAINING...............................F-1 APPENDIX G CRIME STATISTICS EXAMPLE........................G-1 APPENDIX H SAMPLE STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE FOR NAVY COMMERCIAL ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM (NCACS) .......H-1 APPENDIX I INSTALLATION PROTECTION ASSESSMENT CELL (IPAC) PLAYBOOK .......................................I-1 FIGURES Figure 1-1 Command Structure..............................1-3 Figure 1-2 CNIC Regions and Installations.................1-6 Figure 1-3 Notional Regional Protection Program Organization...................................1-8 Figure 1-4 Force Protection in the Planning Process.......1-14 Figure 4-1 DoD Proposed Ashore AT Architecture............4-3 Figure 5-1 Legal Assist
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