(3) Consolidated weapons storage facilities.
(4) Finance offices.
(5) Motor pool.
(6) Intrusion detection system monitor stations.
(7) Petroleum, oils, and lubricants (POL) storage and dispensing points.
(8) Water sources.
(9) Medical supply storage facilities.
c. Some activities on a post may be exempt from inspections. Exemption may
be due to their specific missions.
These activities may be inspected under
guidance and directive unique to their missions.
d. The physical security officer must coordinate
activities. They must do so to verify exemption status.
e. A physical security inspection is done to verify current data and obtain
new facts. It should provide data for a true assessment of existing threats. The
inspection should also determine the effectiveness of current safety measures.
f. An inspection team is useful. It permits members to develop expertise in
inspecting certain aspects of physical security. For example, one member may look
at the use and training of security guards, another may inspect the perimeter
complete inspection and assessment.
mission essential and vulnerable areas are necessary. However, they do not replace
requirements for surveys.
Inspections provide a large part of the data base for
the annual/biannual physical security survey.
a. A physical security survey includes in its scope an entire post.
survey includes all of the activities and facilities of that post.
b. A physical security inspection is
individual activities at a post or facility.
c. Inspections supplement surveys. They do so by providing a more detailed,
closer examination of specific activities. Inspections also provide important data
as a supplement to the surveys.