Close coordination during preinspection or survey planning to ensure that the
efforts of each team are mutually supporting.
Conduct of one entrance briefing by representatives from both the PSI and CPS
Continuous coordination during the inspections or surveys to ensure
information that all findings are properly recorded, redundant information,
and duplication of efforts are avoided, and that the efforts of each team
support and complement the other.
As PSIs will normally be completed prior to CPS, exit briefings need not be
The agent who conducted the CPS should be present
during the exit briefing conducted by the physical security specialist.
Commanders and their security officers will be kept informed on the status of crime
prevention surveys in which they have an interest.
As previously stated, commanders will be informed immediately upon the discovery of
criminality unless this would compromise the investigation. During the conduct of
a survey, information concerning crime conducive conditions will be provided to the
commander or security officials. This may be accomplished by update briefings or
The forwarding of information in this manner ensures that
supported commanders are afforded the maximum opportunity to initiate timely
At the conclusion of a CPS, after the findings have been thoroughly reviewed and
coordinated with other agencies assisting in the survey, an exit briefing must be
conducted with the commander, activity chief, or other officials as appropriate.
field office should be invited to send a representative.
Exit briefings should
Information as to the scope of the survey, personnel
survey, and other agencies involved in the effort.
The findings and recommendations that will be listed in the final report must
be presented in sufficient detail to provide the commander with an accurate
appraisal of the conditions within the facility.
That a report of corrective action taken is required and a copy should be
provided to the originating CID element within 90 days following receipt of
the final report, with the exception of agencies subordinate to DLA (AR 195-