(4) Inspect the structural qualities of the buildings housing the facility.
(5) Determine the adequacy of security
effectiveness and enforcement of their orders.
(6) Establish current steps used for storing
c. Units on a post may also be inspected.
Inspections may include the
following list. However, inquiries are not limited to these:
(1) Determine the supply and storage room security procedures.
special attention to the security of arms and ammunition (AR 190-11).
(2) Determine the unit guards.
Include in the inquiry the adequacy and
application of guard orders.
(3) Establish how nonappropriate fund money and property are safeguarded.
d. Inspections of units and facilities may point out weaknesses in their
building securities. Weaknesses may be found in the following areas:
(2) Pass system, if used.
(3) The adequacy of bars and/or protective screening.
Such may be found
over windows, skylights, and like openings.
(4) The potential for unlawful entry. Such entry may occur through attics,
boiler rooms, or basements. Air vents and crawl spaces under buildings also afford
the chance of unlawful entry.
(6) Improper storage.
(7) Lack of, or inadequacy of, inventories and audits.
(8) Lack of supervision or control in the unit or activity.
(9) Indications of changes or alterations in records.
(10) Surplus amounts of items on hand and their openness to unauthorized
(11) The refusal or failure to spot-check employee work habits.
The lack of
internal control measures to assure honesty or to detect dishonesty.