IDENTIFY PERSONNEL ID AND CONTROL PROCEDURES
In this lesson you will learn to identify and implement methods of personnel
identification and control procedures.
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE:
Identify methods of personnel identification and control.
You will have this subcourse, paper, and pencil.
To demonstrate competency of this task you must achieve a
minimum score of 70 percent on the subcourse examination.
The material contained in this lesson was derived from the
following publications: FM 19-30, AR 600-8-14, AR 380-67, and
Perimeter barriers and protective lighting are physical security
safeguards, but these alone are not enough.
Security personnel daily see
thousands of persons and property items.
These move through security
defenses all the time. There must be control of anything moving on and off
to the effectiveness of any security system.
Some of these elements are
entry control rosters, personal recognition and ID badges and cards. Other
elements are badge exchange procedures and personnel escorts.
control occurs when the system uses all these elements. Simple, workable ID
and control procedures should be used. This will make it possible to reach
goals without impeding efficient post operations. Any good security system
should be well organized and run: a personnel ID and movement control system
provides not only a means of identifying those authorized to enter or leave
an area but also provides a means of detecting unauthorized persons who try
to enter. These goals are achieved by the following procedures:
Determine who has a need to be in the area.
Limit entry to those persons who have a right and need to be