2. Banking Facilities.
a. Banking facilities located on military posts are encouraged to use intrusion detection and duress
alarm systems. These systems should be monitored at security police headquarters.
b. During nonoperational periods, the MP or DOD civilian security police force will check the
banking facility at least every two hours. Care must be taken to avoid the same routine or time interval
for checking the facility.
3. Finance and Accounting. Security measures for finance and accounting offices should ensure
adequate provisions for the following:
a. Vaults and Safes. Unauthorized personnel should not have access to these areas at any time.
Whenever vaults or safes are opened, care must be taken. Combinations must be protected from
b. Cash Control. Cash in excess of operation needs should be promptly deposited.
c. Windows and Doors. Points of entry such as windows and doors should be secured by locks or
bars at all times after business hours.
d. Keys. Keys for the locking devices of the meter and protective unit of check-signing machines
are kept in the custody of the finance and accounting officer at all times. Keys may also be kept in the
custody of an authorized deputy.
e. Internal Office Procedures. Procedures must be set up to adequately control all undelivered
and returned checks. Such control must also be provided a central point for receipt, holding, and final
disposition of checks. Responsibility for these checks must be charged to a specific person.
4. Credit Union.
a. Internal physical security devices, such as an IDS, are provided by credit union management.
b. Post COs may make suggestions as to safeguarding funds.
c. Inadequate protective measures should be reported by the CO to the National Credit Union
5. Post Exchange.
a. Management determines the security measures to be used in Army and Air Force Exchange
b. AAFES alarm systems will be tested at least once weekly.