BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER AFI 31-209S21SW
21ST SPACE WING 8 December 1995

Security

THE AIR FORCE RESOURCE PROTECTION PROGRAM

AFI 31-209, 10 November 1994, is supplemented as follows. Each Resources Protection program must be tailored to the specific needs of an installation; therefore, this supplement applies only to those organizations, including tenants, and contractors located on Peterson AFB CO, and to those off-base areas serviced by the Resource Protection Section (SPRP), 21st Security Police Squadron (i.e., Ground Wave Emergency Network (GWEN) sites and facilities located in Colorado Springs). 21st Space Wing geographically separated units (GSU) will publish localized supplements to the basic using their respective unit designation (i.e., 721 SPTG Sup for Cheyenne Mountain AS, 5 SWS Sup for Woomera AS, etc.). This supplement also applies to the US Air Force Reserve and National Guard units.

1.7.1 (Added). Forward all waivers, exceptions, and deviations to Installation Resources Protection (SPAC), 21 SPS, for processing to the appropriate approving authority.

1.7.2 (Added). The authority to establish controlled areas is delegated to the 21st Support Group Commander
(21 SPTG/CC).

1.7.3 (Added). The authority to establish firearm and munitions storage areas is delegated to 21 SPTG/CC.

1.8.1 (Added). Unit commanders must report the loss, theft, or vandalism of unit resources to the Security Police Desk, ext 6-4805, as soon as possible after discovery of the loss, theft, or vandalism.

1.8.2 (Added). Units must designate a primary and alternate resource protection monitor in writing. A copy of this designation letter must be sent to 21 SPS/SPAC, 505 S. Peterson Boulevard, Peterson AFB CO 80914-1560.

1.11. The Resources Protection Executive Committee (RPEC) will meet at least annually. 21 SW/CV may schedule a meeting at his or her discretion.

1.11.1 (Added). The individuals filling the positions below are appointed as members of the RPEC. Other personnel may be invited to attend meetings as non-voting members for particular agenda items.

1.11.1.1. 21 SW/CV (Chairperson)
1.11.1.2. 302 AW/CC
1.11.1.3. 21 SW/JA
1.11.1.4. AFOSI, Det 413
1.11.1.5. 21 SW/SE
1.11.1.6. 21 OSS/IN
1.11.1.7. 21 SW/CP
1.11.1.8. SSSG/CC
1.11.1.9. 21 LSS/CC
1.11.1.10. 21 CS/CC
1.11.1.11. 39 APS/CC
1.11.1.12. 21 SPS/CC (Recorder)
1.11.1.13. 731 ALS/CC
1.11.1.14. Det 1, 99 ECRG/CC

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Supersedes AFR 125-37/21SPWS, 17 November 1993
No. of Printed Pages: 16
OPR: 21 SPS/SPAC (SSgt Jeffrey S. Adams)
Approved by: 21 SPS/CC (Lt Col Jackson)
Editor: Ms Ellen M. Christiansen
Distribution: F; X (HQ AFSPC/SP (1), IMPE (2))
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1.11.1.15. 21 OSS/CC
1.11.1.16. 21 CPTS/CC
1.11.1.17. 21 CES/CC
1.11.1.18. 21 SW/PA
1.11.1.19. 21 SVS/CC
1.11.1.20. 21 SPTG/CC
1.11.1.21. 21 MDG/CC
1.11.1.22. DECA/SO/PET
1.11.1.23. 21 CONS/CC
1.11.1.24. 21 SW/XP
1.11.1.25. 21 LG/CC
1.11.1.26. 21 OG/CC

1.12.1. The Resources Protection Executive Committee performs the functions of the Loss/Crime Prevention and Threat Working Groups. The Alarm Working Group is the only separate working group required at Peterson AFB.

1.12.2 (Added). The Alarm Working Group consists of personnel from 21 SPS, 21st Civil Engineer Squadron (21 CES), and the 21st Communications Squadron (21 CS) and meets when deemed necessary by the chairperson. The alarm working group meeting chairperson is determined by the Chief, Security Police.

2.1. Each unit or agency tasked by the Installation Security Plan maintains a current copy of the plan. Submit requirements to Plans and Procedures (SPSX), 21 SPS.

2.1.1. The RPEC determines what mission-essential resources unique to Peterson AFB require contingency operations. These unique contingency operations must be included in the Installation Security Plan.

2.1.3 (Added). All tenants, contractors, and subcontractors are responsible for securing their resources and reporting all loss, theft, or vandalism to the Security Police Desk, ext 6-4000.

2.2.2. Resource Protection Program Reviews are required as follows:

2.2.2.1 (Added). Annually for all Category II and higher Arms Ammunition and Explosives (AA&E) Storage Facilities, funds facilities storing or handling $25,000 or more (Major Fund Facilities), and controlled substance storage facilities.

2.2.2.2 (Added). Biannually for Category III and IV AA&E facilities, funds facilities storing or handling between $7,500 and $25,000, (Medium Fund Facilities) and all controlled areas.

2.2.2.3 (Added). Twenty-five percent of all funds facilities storing under $7,500 (Minor Fund Facilities) will be surveyed each year.

2.2.2.4. (Added). Category III and IV AA&E facilities, funds facilities storing and handling under $25,000, and all controlled areas must complete an annual self-inspection program review using checklists provided by 21 SPS/SPAC during the off year. A copy of the self-inspection program review must be forwarded to 21 SPS/SPAC, 50 S. Peterson Boulevard, Peterson AFB 80914-1560. The original must be placed in the facility's resource protection folder.

2.2.2.5. (Added). The team members are determined by the Installation Resources Protection Manager based on the facility to be reviewed and type of review required.

2.2.3. Ninety-day update replies are required for any discrepancies not corrected and closed out by the initial suspense date of the program review. As soon as all discrepancies are corrected, notify 21 SPS/SPAC, in writing, with a final reply.

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2.3. Anti-robbery exercises are conducted annually on Category II or higher AA&E facilities, major funds facilities, and controlled substance storage areas. Twenty-five percent of all other AA&E facilities, facilities with a duress alarm and facilities handling over $7,500 are exercised annually. All other facilities are exercised as determined necessary by 21 SPS/SPAC. The RPEC may exempt facilities from anti-robbery exercises based on mission requirements and special circumstances. Exempted facilities must be identified in the RPEC minutes.

2.3.1. (Added). Post the AF Form 439, Suspect Identity Chart, and Facility Anti-robbery checklists in an area readily accessible to cashiers and custodians in all funds, drugs, firearms, and munitions storage facilities, to include exits.

2.5. Security Police must conduct 100 percent identification checks of all persons entering the base from 2200-0600 daily and as required during increased threat conditions (THREATCONS).

2.5.2. Entry into Peterson AFB is granted to individuals possessing the following identification cards: All active, reserve and retired DD Form 2 series identification cards, Armed Forces Identification Card; DD Form 1173, Uniformed Services Identification and Privilege Card; FEMA Form 12-11, Federal Employee Emergency Identification Card; All Reserve Forces Dependent Identification Cards; AF Form 354, Civilian Identification Card; civilian law enforcement credentials, or AF Form 75, Visitor/Vehicle Pass. Falcon AFB, USAF Academy, and Cheyenne Mountain Air Station visitor passes will be honored as long as the original sponsor is in the vehicle. NOTE: Canadian Forces are issued DD Form 1173 for base entry.

2.5.2.2 (Added). All others requiring entry to Peterson AFB must be issued AF Form 75; 21 SWVA 31-2, Base Pass; 21 SWVA 31-3, Museum Pass; 21 SWVA 31-1, Special Events Guest Pass, or 21SWVA 34-2, Open Mess Pass. All vehicles entering PAFB must be registered with a DD Form 2220, DoD Registered Vehicle. All other privately owned vehicles must have an AF Form 75, an authorized base pass, or an individual in the vehicle with an ID listed in paragraph 2.5.2. above while on PAFB.

2.5.2.3 (Added). Commercially operated vehicles must be clearly marked or have a valid bill of lading or invoice for a specific facility on Peterson AFB.

2.5.2.4 (Added). When large groups (over ten persons) require access to the installation, the sponsor must submit a letter to the Visitors' Center (SPAV), 21 SPS, three duty days before the event. The letter must include an event, destination, the date and location of the event, an alphabetical list of guests' names, and the name and phone number of person sponsoring the event.

2.5.2.5 (Added). Any federal or state agency with appropriate credentials and performing official business may enter the installation without issuance of a pass.

2.5.2.6 (Added). Buses (Colorado Springs Transit) entering the installation must stop adjacent to the Main Gate and Visitor Control Center. Security Police personnel must check the identification of all personnel on the bus. Personnel not having proper identification must wait adjacent to the Visitors Center until the bus departs the installation unless authorized personnel on the bus will sponsor and remain with them.

2.5.2.7 (Added). All government vehicles are authorized entry. This includes military vehicles operated by Canadian Forces with valid identification credentials.

2.5.2.8 (Added). At a minimum installation warning signs must be posted every 100 yards with the exception of the southwest and west fenceline that splits Peterson AFB and the Colorado Springs Airport. This fenceline is not posted. The 15 x 18 sign is the only size of installation warning sign used at Peterson AFB. Exemptions must be approved by the RPEC.

2.5.5. Reports and Analysis Section (SPAR) 21 SPS, prepares a current barment listing monthly. The listing is distributed as indicated below.
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2.5.5.1. 21 SPS/SPO 4 copies
2.5.5.2. 21 SPS/SPA 1 copy
2.5.5.3. 50 SPS/SPAR 1 copy
2.5.5.4. 721 SPS/SPA 1 copy
2.5.5.5. 10 SPS/SPAR 1 copy
2.5.5.6. Fort Carson Provost Marshal 1 copy
2.5.5.7. 21 LSS/LGTVF 1 copy

2.5.6.1 (Added). The 21st Support Group Commander or Deputy Commander, 21 SPTG/CC/CD, are delegated the authority to designate the times base entry or exit point checks are conducted. 21 SPTG/CC/CD provides the date, time, location, and random selection to 21 SPS/SPAC monthly.

2.5.6.2 (Added). During base entry or exit point checks, security police check for government property, classified material, illegal drugs, munitions, firearms, weapons, and other items that are not authorized to be brought onto or removed from the installation.

2.5.6.3 (Added). Refusal by the owner or driver to submit to a base entry point check upon entering or exiting Peterson AFB may result in denial of entry, cancellation of base entry privileges and revocation of on-base driving privileges for the driver of the vehicle. Refusals are documented on DD Form 1569, Incident/Complaint Report.

2.5.7. Entry gates must be closed during duress alarms and any alarm received from an AA&E facility. Gate closures for other alarms are determined by the on-duty Police Operations Element Leader based on type, area, terrain, time, and situation at the facility.

2.5.7.1 (Added). The West and East Gates are equipped with gates to secure the installation during emergencies and after normal operating hours. The Main Gate will use inbound and outbound vehicles to stop traffic during alarm activations and other emergencies.

3.1.2 (Added). A facility manager emergency notification list must be provided by 21 CES/CC to 21 SPS/SPO and updated quarterly or as changes occur. Military facility managers are recommended. As a minimum, unit commanders appoint two personnel for each facility. The list includes name, rank, home address, home and duty telephone numbers.

3.1.3 (Added). The responsible commander or facility manager ensures windows and doors to all unoccupied buildings, offices, and areas are secured.

3.1.4 (Added) Work orders affecting physical security of controlled areas or high value resources must be coordinated through 21 SPS/SPAC.

3.1.4.1 (Added). 21 CES/CC ensures 21 SPS/SPAC is placed on the mailing list for construction and new design projects. 21 SPS/SPAC must coordinate on all phases of new and renovated facility construction to ensure all required security measures are incorporated.

3.4.6. Quarterly alarm tests must be completed by the tenth day of the first month of each quarter and documented on the AF Form 2530, Alarm System Test Record. EXCEPTION: The Security Police Desk duress alarm check is documented daily in the Security Police Desk blotter.

3.4.8. Alarmed Facilities Access Authorization Letters (AFAAL) are updated every six months, upon change of personnel or when compromised. This letter will be hand carried to 21 SPS/SPAC. Once the letter is delivered to
21 SPS/SPAC, required pin codes are issued. The facility is responsible for assigning individual personnel authentication codes. Only the persons listed in the receipt for authentication codes section of the AFAAL are authorized to hand carry the letter to 21 SPS/SPAC and pick up new pin codes. Pen and ink, correction tape, or fluid changes cannot be used on any part of the letter.
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3.5. Electromechanical locking devices (number or letter sequence combination) must not be used as the sole entry control device at facilities not manned 24 hours a day. Requests to use these locking devices must be approved by
21 SPS/SPAC. Once approved and installed, the combination must be changed quarterly, upon the transfer of someone knowing the combination, or a compromise. A record of the combination change must be annotated in the facility notebook. Documentation of combination changes also applies to mechanical cipher locks.

4.1.1. To establish a controlled area, the unit commander or staff agency chief submits a letter of justification defining the facility or agency, the location, building and room number, type of personnel entry and circulation control measures to be used and mission requirements making it essential for designation as a controlled area.
21 SPS/SPAC conducts an initial review of the area and sends the report along with the justification letter to
21 SPTG/CC through 21 SPS/CC for evaluation and approval or disapproval.

4.1.1.1 (Added). Attachment 1 contains a list of all established controlled areas.

4.1.4 (Added). Unit Commanders or Section Chiefs designate controlled area monitors, in writing, for controlled areas under their control. A copy of the designation letter must be sent to 21 SPS/SPAC, 50 S. Peterson Boulevard, Peterson AFB CO 80914-1560.

4.1.5 (Added). Controlled area monitors maintain a resources protection folder containing the following items: (NOTE: Copies of asterisk items must be sent to 21 SPS/SPAC, 505 S. Peterson Boulevard, Peterson AFB CO 80914-1560.)

4.1.5.1. *Controlled area designation letter, signed by 21 SPTG/CC.

4.1.5.2. *Primary and alternate controlled area monitor designation letter.

4.1.5.3. *Written entry control procedures for the controlled area as outlined in, paragraph 4.2. and 4.2.1. of the basic. (NOTE: Procedures must cover entry during normal and emergency conditions. Procedures must be reviewed annually by the owner or user. The review must be documented.)

4.1.5.4. *Written key and lock control procedures. These procedures must be reviewed annually by the owner or user. The review must be documented. (NOTE: Entry control procedures and key-lock control procedures may be combined into one operating instruction.)

4.1.5.5. *A copy of the initial Resources Protection Survey with reply.

4.1.5.6. *A copy of the most current Resource Protection Program Review with reply.

4.1.5.7. A letter signed by the Installation Resource Protection Manager certifying controlled area training has been accomplished.

4.1.5.8. AFI 31-209, or Optional Form 21, Cross-Reference.

4.1.5.9. Peterson AFB Installation Security Plan or Optional Form 21.

4.1.6. (Added). Controlled Area Monitor training is conducted by the Installation Resources Protection Manager.

4.1.7 (Added). Controlled area training for personnel working in a controlled area must be conducted initially and annually thereafter by the unit controlled area monitor. This training must be documented and maintained in accordance with AFR 4-20.

4.2. The authority to grant entry to controlled areas is delegated to unit commanders or staff agency chiefs responsible for a specific area.

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4.2.1. Each controlled area OPR is responsible for determining specific entry control techniques and procedures. Unescorted entry must be limited to individuals who require access on a day-to-day basis in the performance of their assigned duties. Special entry control procedures and techniques must be approved by 21 SPS/SPAC.

4.2.1.1 (Added). Airfield Management (OSA), 21st Operations Support Squadron, must provide 21 SPS/SPO with a listing of agencies responsible for flightline gates. This list must include gate number, responsible agency, and point of contact. The list must be updated annually or when changes occur.

4.2.3. Computer generated entry control cards are the only authorized controlled area badges. Building 1840/SWSC 1; Building 1844/SWSC 2; Building 1/AFSPC; Building 920/CIC; Building 2025/AFMC SSSG; and Building 1470, 1471/HQ NORAD are the only facilities authorized controlled area badges. The RPEC determines if other controlled areas require the use of badges on a case-by-case basis.

4.2.4 (Added). To request a controlled area badge, the unit security manager prepares an AF Form 2586, Unescorted Entry Authorization Certificate, in original form. (Copies are not required.)

4.2.5 (Added). The coordination official for any controlled area must be appointed in writing by the commander, director, or staff agency chief responsible for the area. Normally, the Unit Security Manager performs these duties. The appointment letter along with a DD Form 577, Signature Card, must be sent to 21 SPS/SPAP, 620 Mitchell St, STE 118, Peterson AFB CO 80914-1484, for entry into their files. EXCEPTION: The Chief, Security Police, is authorized to sign for all security police personnel for all alarmed areas on PAFB.

4.3.1 (Added). Controlled area signs must be posted at least every 100 yards along controlled area boundaries. Signs are placed so they can be seen from any approach route. All entry gates and doors will be posted. The 18 x 15 sign may be used for entry gates. The using organization or agency is responsible for submitting work requests for controlled area signs. All work requests are coordinated through 21 SPS/SPAC.

5.1.1. Issuing of firearms is controlled by receipt showing the type of firearm, caliber, manufacturer, serial number, printed name, and signature of the person the weapons are issued to.

5.1.2 (Added). The possession of privately-owned firearms and ammunition in dormitory living quarters or transient facilities is prohibited. These items may be stored in the Security Police Armory. Attachment 2 identifies additional prohibited items and storage requirements.

5.1.2.1. Personnel may only transport privately owned weapons (POW) on Peterson AFB when driving directly to or from the Rod and Gun Club, Security Police Armory for storage, or their residence in base family housing. Personnel must notify the entry controller if they have a POW in their possession when entering the installation and where they intend on transporting it. The POW must be unloaded and in the trunk of the vehicle. The POW may not be left unattended at any time and must be under the supervision of an adult 18 years of age or older. If the vehicle does not have a trunk (i.e., jeep, truck, etc.) the weapon must be out of arm's reach and within a locked container or secured with a key activated trigger lock. Concealed weapons permits issued by civil authorities are not valid on Peterson AFB without expressed written approval of the installation commander. This approval cannot be delegated. NOTE: This restriction does not apply to civilian law enforcement personnel on official business.

5.1.2.2. The Security Police Armory, Building 1376, Room 118, is designated as the authorized storage facility for privately-owned firearms and ammunition for personnel residing in Visiting Officer's Quarters (VOQ), Temporary Lodging Facility (TLF), Visiting Airman's Quarters (VAQ), Bachelor Officer's Quarters (BOQ), and enlisted dormitories. Weapons and ammunition must be registered with the Security Police Armory. Firearms and ammunition may be kept in on-base family quarters.

5.1.2.3. Local procedures for privately-owned firearms issue, receipt, and accountability are on file at the Security Police Armory. Upon issue, these firearms must be suspensed for return to the armory within 72 hours unless the owner is going TDY or has written special permission from their first sergeant or commander. The unit first sergeant or commander has all authority regarding privately-owned weapons transactions.

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5.1.2.4. Storage procedures for personnel residing in VOQ, VAQ, TLF, BOQ, and enlisted dormitories are as follows:

5.1.2.5. Storage is initiated at the Security Police Armory. Firearms must be taken by the owner to the Security Police Armory. The firearms and ammunition may be stored for 72 hours pending completion of AF Form 1314, Firearm Registration. The unit first sergeant or commander determines whether or not firearms may be withdrawn from the Security Police Armory by checking the appropriate authorization block on the AF Form 1314 the first time it is completed.

5.1.2.6. The AF Form 1314 must be typed. "21 SPS Peterson AFB" must be placed in the "TO" block, and "SPTRA" must be placed in the "ATTENTION" block.

5.1.2.7. If the registrant is authorized to withdraw firearms, withdrawal may be accomplished without the specific approval of the unit commander unless otherwise prohibited for cause at a later date. If withdrawal privileges are later removed, the unit commander verbally notifies the Security Police Armory, and within 24 hours follows up with written notification giving specific reasons for denying firearms privileges.

5.1.2.8. Unit commanders must authorize the removal of firearms, in writing, for personnel not previously authorized. Written authorization is attached to the second copy (card) of the AF Form 1314 and becomes part of the record.

5.1.2.9. Storage procedures for personnel residing in temporary quarters who are in-transit or TDY and are not assigned to Peterson AFB are as follows: (NOTE: 21 SVS/SPRP and the individual's TDY orderly room are required to brief personnel on storage requirements.)

5.1.2.10. POWs and ammunition must be taken to the Security Police Armory for immediate temporary registration and storage.

5.1.2.11. Local procedures for temporary registration and storage of in-transit and TDY personnel are on file in the Security Police Armory.

5.1.3 (Added). Firearms and munitions facility custodians maintain a resources protection folder containing the following items: (NOTE: Copies of asterisk items must be sent to 21 SPS/SPAC, 50 S. Peterson Boulevard, Peterson AFB CO, 80914-1560.)

5.1.3.1. Firearms or munitions storage authorization letter, updated every three years, signed by 21 SPTG/CC.

5.1.3.2. *Controlled area designation letter, signed by 21 SPTG/CC.

5.1.3.3. *Primary or Alternate Controlled Area Monitor designation letter, if applicable.

5.1.3.4. *Primary or Alternate Firearms or Munitions Custodian designation letter.

5.1.3.5. *Primary or Alternate Unit Resource Protection Monitor designation letter.

5.1.3.6. *Primary or Alternate Key and Lock Custodian's designation letter. (NOTE: Designation letters identified in paragraph 5.1.3.3 through 5.1.3.6. may be combined into one letter.)

5.1.3.7. *Written key and lock control procedures. (NOTE: Procedures must be reviewed annually by the owner or user. The review must be documented.)

5.1.3.8. *Entry control procedures and procedures for control and operation of storage facilities, including inventory and accountability procedures. (NOTE: Procedures must be reviewed annually by the owner or user. The review must be documented.)

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5.1.3.9. A copy of the initial Resources Protection Survey, with reply.

5.1.3.10. A copy of the most current Resources Protection Program Review, with reply.

5.1.3.11. Entry authority list.

5.1.3.12. Semiannual key and lock inventory. Inventory must be documented.

5.1.3.13. Most current anti-robbery exercise report, with reply.

5.1.3.14. A letter signed by the Installation Resources Protection Manager documenting controlled area training.

5.1.3.15. AFI 31-209, or Optional Form 21.

5.1.3.16. Peterson AFB Installation Security Plan or Optional Form 21.

5.1.4 (Added). Each firearms or munitions storage facility owner appoints a firearms or munitions custodian and alternate. Provide a copy of the appointment letter to 21 SPS/SPAC, 50 S. Peterson Boulevard, Peterson AFB CO 80914-1560.

5.1.5. (Added). Primary or alternate firearms or munitions custodians receive training from the installation resource protection manager. A copy of the training letter is maintained in the owner or users resource protection folder. The firearms and munitions custodian is responsible for training AA&E handlers on anti-robbery and AA&E handling procedures. This training must be conducted initially and annually thereafter. The training must be documented.

5.2.1. Local computer generated inventory sheets may be used for inventory as long as the inventory sheet accounts for all accountable items.

5.2.1.1 (Added). Duress alarms are required for AA&E facilities containing Category I and II AA&E. Duress alarms for other AA&E facilities are determined necessary on a case by case basis by the Installation Chief Security Police. Coordinate requests through 21 SPS/SPAC.

5.3. Owner or user physical checks are documented and maintained for 90 days.

5.3.2 (Added). Firearms and Munitions custodians must notify 21 SPS/SPAC when there is an increase or decrease in the number of firearms or amount of munitions in a given facility.

5.5.1. Procedures for emergency forced entry into all firearms storage facilities must be contained in unit operating instructions or documented by official letter.

5.5.2 (Added). If safes are used to store weapons, regardless of risk, the Standard Form 700, Security Container Information, and the Standard Form 702, Security Container Check Sheet, must be used. Part 1 of SF 700 is attached to the inside of the locking drawer or door. If Part 2 of SF 700 is used, it is kept in a container of equivalent protection within the owning organization. The SF 702 is posted in the vicinity of the container. Container combinations must be changed semiannually, when personnel leave, or upon compromise, whichever is sooner.

5.5.3 (Added). Commanders notify the appropriate armory when an individual's weapons authorization has been revoked. Verbal notification must be made immediately and written notification must be completed by the next duty day. Use AF Form 590, Withdrawal/Reinstatement of Authority to Bar Firearms, for written notification.

5.8. Protection requirements for operating levels of munitions is coordinated through 21 SPS/SPAC and approved by 21 SPS/CC.

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5.8.1 (Added). A munitions storage area custodian and alternate are appointed for each munitions storage area or facility. A copy of the appointment letter is provided to 21 SPS/SPAC. (NOTE: This may be combined with appointment letters in paragraph 5.1.3.)

5.8.2 (Added). Custodians formulate written operating procedures regarding the control, accountability, opening and closing of structures, challenging procedures, entry control procedures, emergency notification lists, and key control procedures. A copy of these operating instructions must be readily accessible to all personnel authorized access to the facility. A copy must be filed in the facility protection folder and one copy furnished to 21 SPS/SPAC, 50 S. Peterson Boulevard, Peterson AFB CO 80914-1560. These procedures must be reviewed annually by the owner or user. The review must be documented.

5.10.3. Requirements for storage of aircraft weapons larger then .50 caliber are based on number, type, and weight of weapons. In any case, at least one of the prescribed protective measures in paragraph 5.10.3. of the basic must be implemented.

5.12. AA&E keys stored in a 20 gauge steel box secured with a GSA three position combination lock must be secured to the structure to prevent easy removal. If not, the key container must be kept under constant observation or secured within a Class V GSA approved safe.

5.12.1 (Added). Unit commander or section chiefs designates key custodians, in writing.

5.13 (Added). The following requirements apply to the movement of weapons and munitions on and off Peterson AFB:

5.13.1. One or more of any Category I Firearms (Very High Risk) or 16 or more Category II Firearms (High Risk) or Very High Risk & High Risk Munitions must meet the following requirements: (NOTE: These requirements are fulfilled by the owner or user.)

5.13.1.1. Two armed personnel must escort the movement.

5.13.1.2. Personnel in the movement must have radio or cellular telephone communications with a control center capable of notifying the Security Police Desk.

5.13.1.3. Notify the Security Police Desk, ext 6-4000, before the movement. Provide vehicle registration numbers, escort names, estimated arrival time, starting place and destination, route of travel, quantity of items, and any other information pertinent to the movement.

5.13.1.4. Notify the Security Police Desk upon arrival at destination.

5.13.1.5. The movement must be supervised by an E-5 or civilian equivalent, GS-5 or higher.

5.13.1.6. During stops and halts, at least one armed individual must be able to observe and physically stay within fifteen feet of the weapons or munitions.

5.13.2. For 15 or fewer Category II, 16 or more Category III (Medium Risk) & IV Firearms (Low Risk) and Medium Risk Munitions: (NOTE: These requirements are fulfilled by the owner or user.)

5.13.2.1. Two unarmed personnel must provide constant unobstructed surveillance and be physically within fifteen feet of the weapons or munitions at all times.

5.13.2.1. Personnel must have radio or cellular telephone communications with a control center capable of notifying the Security Police Desk.

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5.13.2.2. Notify the Security Police Desk, ext 6-4000, before the movement. Provide vehicle registration numbers, escort names, estimated time of arrival, starting place and destination, route of travel, quantity of items, and any other information pertinent to the movement. Notify the Security Police Desk upon arrival at destination point.

5.13.3. For 15 or fewer Category III & IV Firearms and Low Risk Munitions: (NOTE: Owner-user personnel fulfill these requirements.)

5.13.3.1. One person must provide constant unobstructed surveillance and be physically within fifteen feet of the weapons or munitions at all times. (NOTE: During increased THREATCONS, all AA&E movements must be coordinated with 21 SPS/SPO. Increased protection measures are determined on a case-by-case basis.)

5.13.4. 21 SPS/SPO coordinates off-base firearms and munitions movements with the appropriate law enforcement authorities.

5.14 (Added). For mobility exercises or deployments, receiving units provide the weapons escort between the storage facility and the marshaling area. Surveillance in the marshaling area is also provided by the receiving unit.

7.1. The following protective standards are applied to flightline operations at Peterson AFB:

7.1.1 (Added). The flightline hours of operation are 0600 to 2200 local.

7.1.1.1. Surveillance of passengers and baggage at the Peterson Air Terminal is accomplished by Traffic Management Section (LGTTS), 21 LSS. Surveillance of unauthorized landings and takeoffs, engine starts, and aircraft movements during flightline hours is the responsibility of 21 OSS/OSA and 302 Airlift Wing maintenance personnel. After flightline hours, security police report any suspicious activity to the Peterson Command Post which is the responsible reporting agency.

7.1.2 (Added). Security police and flightline personnel provide additional patrol coverage of the flightline.

7.1.2.1. During duty hours 302 AW maintenance personnel maintain security and security police have a five minute response capability. After duty hours security police personnel have security of the flightline controlled area.

7.1.3 (Added) Privately-owned vehicles are not authorized on the flightline except on a case-by-case basis. Approval to operate a privately-owned vehicle on the flightline must come from the Chief, Airfield Management Branch.

7.1.4 (Added). During non-flightline hours, all tenant and base assigned flying units notify security police of all their authorized movements. The 21 SW Command Post or Base Operations notifies the Security Police Desk of any authorized transient movements during non-flightline hours. The Security Police Desk plots and tracks all reported aircraft movements through the flightline patrol.

7.2. 21 OSS/OSA notifies the Security Police Desk of the arrival, parking arrangements, and departure of all DV aircraft Code 4 (3-star general or civilian equivalent) or above.

8.1. Private funds custodians will state, in writing, to 21 SPS/SPAC whether or not they desire to participate in the Resource Protection Program. All private funds facilities are encouraged to participate.

8.1.5. Funds facilities storing $25,000 or more must be designated a controlled area.

8.2. Each activity controlling funds must appoint a primary and alternate funds custodian in writing. Send a copy of the appointment letter to 21 SPS/SPAC, 50 S. Peterson Boulevard, Peterson AFB CO 80914-1560. Changes in funds custodians are reported to 21 SPS/SPAC immediately.

8.2.2. The following procedures apply for personnel requiring a security police funds escort. Security police will not handle money or funds containers at any time. Custodians notify the Security Police Desk before moving any funds.8 December 1995 AFI 31-209S21SW 11

8.2.2.1 (Added). When transporting funds by foot, the funds handler is positioned in front of the security police escort.

8.2.2.2 (Added). When transporting funds by vehicle, the funds handler positions the vehicle in front of the security police vehicle. The funds handler uses caution when approaching stop signs and traffic signals. If the funds handler's vehicle is separated from the security police vehicle, the handler pulls to the side of the road until security police can position their vehicle behind the funds handler's. Once the vehicles arrive at their final destination, the security police exit their vehicle first to do a visual assessment of the area. Once the assessment is completed and there appears to be no threat in the area, the funds handler exits the vehicle and completes the funds movement.

8.2.2.3 (Added). If a robbery situation occurs, ensure the security police escort is alerted. The security police escort takes action to neutralize the situation. Funds handlers comply with all directions of the on-scene security police escort. If the escort is in a vehicle, the funds handler stays in the vehicle until the security police direct the funds handler otherwise.

8.2.3. Funds escort limits for on and off base are as follows:

8.2.3.1 (Added). Less than $5,000 will be moved by one funds handler.

8.2.3.2. $5,000 - $25,000 requires one funds handler and one escort person from the facility.

8.2.3.3. More than $25,000 requires one funds handler and one armed security police member. (NOTE: For funds escorts above $5,000, the owner or user telephones the Security Police Desk and provides the following information before starting the escort: make and license plate of vehicle, origin, destination, start time, estimated time of completion, and name and description of individual conducting the escort. The custodian telephones the Security Police Desk as soon as the escort is completed.)

8.2.4 (Added). Primary or alternate funds custodians receive training by the installation resource protection manager. A copy of the training letter is maintained in the owner or user resources protection folder. The funds custodian is responsible for training funds handlers on anti-robbery and funds handling procedures. This training must be conducted initially and annually thereafter. The training must be documented.

8.2.5 (Added). All funds custodians maintain a Resource Protection Folder containing the following items: (NOTE: Copies of asterisk items must be sent to 21 SPS/SPAC, 50 S. Peterson Boulevard, Peterson AFB CO 80914-1560.)

8.2.5.1. *Funds storage authorization letter, updated every three years, for funds storage, limitation, and location signed by the Chief, Security Police.

8.2.5.2. (Added). *Primary or Alternate controlled area monitor designation letter, when applicable.

8.2.5.3. *Primary or Alternate unit resource protection monitor designation letter.

8.2.5.4. *Primary or Alternate funds custodian designation letter. (NOTE: Designation letters may be combined.)

8.2.5.5. *Written procedures for handling and safeguarding funds which include the following:

8.2.5.5.1. Anti-robbery procedures.

8.2.5.5.2. Steps to reduce cash on hand to the lowest amount required for efficient operation.

8.2.5.5.3. Positive controls of alarm system key boxes and alarm codes, where applicable.

8.2.5.5.4. Key and lock control procedures.

8.2.5.5.5. Procedures for alarm system failures.
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8.2.5.6. *A copy of the initial Resources Protection Survey, with reply.

8.2.5.7. *A copy of the most current Resources Protection Program Review, with reply.

8.2.5.8. *A copy of the last annual self-inspection (minor or medium funds facility only.)

8.2.5.9. *A letter signed by the installation resource protection manager certifying funds custodian training.

8.2.5.10. Most current anti-robbery exercise report, with reply.

8.2.5.11. A copy of AFI 31-209, or Optional Form 21e.

8.2.5.12. A copy of Peterson AFB Installation Security Plan or Optional Form 21.

8.2.6 (Added). Funds custodians and employees authenticate all requests requiring their response during non-duty hours. To authenticate the request, call the Security Police Desk sergeant, ext 6-4000. The custodian or employee returns the call to verify that it is not a ruse to lure them to the facility. Personnel advise the Security Police Desk before entering funds facilities after normal duty hours and upon departure.

8.4. The Chief, Security Police, is delegated the authority to approve funds storage, limitation, and location. Submit all requests through 21 SPS/SPAC.

8.4.1. Funds storage criteria for funds under $25,000 must be coordinated through the base resources protection manager and approved by the Chief, Security Police. The minimum criteria for the storage of funds between $25,000 and $100,000 are below:

8.4.1.1 (Added). One level Intrusion Detection System (IDS) IDS is either complete penetration or motion.

8.4.1.2 (Added). Point detection alarms on all doors and windows that allow entry into the funds storage room.

8.4.1.3 (Added). Duress alarm. The number depends on the size and layout of the funds storage room. Coordinate requirements through 21 SPS/SPAC.

8.4.1.4 (Added). Doors must be equipped with locks in accordance with paragraph 8.6.3 of the basic.

8.4.1.5 (Added). Walls, floors, ceilings, vents, ducts, windows and doors are reviewed and approved by
21 SPS/SPAC as providing adequate protection for the amount of money stored. As a minimum windows, ducts, vents or similar openings large enough to permit entry (96-square inches or more with the least dimension greater than 6 inches) must be equipped with steel bars, mesh, or wire grid. Bars, mesh, and wire grid must be securely embedded in the structure of the building or otherwise secured to be inaccessible from the exterior of the facility. Doors must be solid or laminated wood with US 16-gauge steel plate on the outside face or hollow metal with minimum 14-gauge skin plate thickness. Door frames, bucks, and keepers provide equivalent protection. Frames are designed to prevent spreading either by construction or by using anti-spread filler reinforcement. Exposed hinges must be peened, welded, or otherwise secured.

8.5.3. Use the SF Form 700 for combination changes. If Part 2 of SF 700 is used it must be kept in a separate container within the owning organization. The separate container must afford equivalent or greater protection than the container used for funds storage. The SF 702 must be used and posted in the vicinity of the locking container.

8.5.5 (Added). Funds custodians must contact 21 SPS/SPAC before making changes affecting the activities ability to protect funds.

8.6.3. Funds rooms storing or handling more than $7,500 must have a peep hole installed in the entry doors.

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8.6.6. In the event of an IDS failure, fund activities must remove funds in excess of $25,000, under proper escort, to a protected facility. If funds cannot be moved, owner or user personnel must maintain surveillance over the alarmed area.

8.6.7 (Added). Vending machines, video games, change makers and other related equipment provide adequate security for the amount of money they store.

8.8.2. Medical facilities must develop key-lock control procedures, in writing. These procedures must include annual key-lock inventories. The procedures must be reviewed annually.

8.8.2.1 (Added). Controlled area monitors coordinate substance storage authorization request letters with
21 SPS/SPAC. Controlled substance authorization letters are sent to 21 SPTG/CC, 660 Mitchell St, Peterson AFB CO 80914-1150, for approval.

8.8.5. A copy of Medical Facility Material Control Procedures must be furnished to 21

8.8.7. In accordance with HQ ACC/SP, Ground Wave Emergency Network (GWEN) sites have their physical security reviewed by 21 SPS/SPAC on a biannual basis. Reports are sent to HQ ACC/SP for review and corrective action. GWEN Sites are exempt from meeting the standard format for controlled area folders (paragraph 4.1.5)

8.8.10.1 (Added). Protective standards for controlled areas that do not have specific physical security standards outlined the basic instruction must be coordinated through the Installation Resources Protection Manager and approved by the Chief, Security Police.

8.8.10.2 (Added). Controlled areas that are fenced should follow fencing criteria located in MIL-HDBK-1013/1A.

8.8.11 (Added). Building 660, TMO, is designated as the in-transit storage facility for classified materials and sensitive shipments.

8.8.12 (Added). Personnel must not remove government property from the installation without written permission from the responsible unit commander. In any case where government property is being removed from Peterson AFB, to include classified material, personnel removing the property may be required to show their authority to remove property in question. If classified material is being removed from the installation, the courier must produce a courier letter, showing authorization from their commander or security manager. If authorization cannot be verified, security police detain the individual and material until proper authorization is obtained.

9.2. All AA&E facilities and personnel handling AA&E must report any AA&E losses, thefts, problems with accountability or recovered US government AA&E immediately to security police, ext 6-4000 or 4016. An investigation is initiated as soon as possible by security police. The Installation Chief Security Police is notified of the incident.

LAWRENCE M. JACKSON II, Lt Col, USAF
Commander, 21st Security Police Squadron

2 Attachments
1 (Added). Controlled Area Listing
2 (Added). Destructive Devices/Prohibited Weapons Other than Firearms 14 AFI 31-209S21SW Attachment 1 8 December 1995

CONTROLLED AREA LISTING

OWNER/USER

1. Security Police Armory, Bldg 1376, Rm 118 21 SPS/SPTRA

2. Base Supply Armory, Bldg 678 21 LSS/LGS

3. Transit Storage Facility, Bldg 660 21 LSS/LGTT

4. Main Base Exchange Cashier's Cage/Vault, Bldg 1425 AAFES

5. Commissary Cashier's Cage/Vault, Bldg 1435 DECA/SO/PET

6. Finance Cashier's Cage/Vault, Bldg 861 21 CTPS/CC

7. Pharmacy, Bldg 959 21 MDG/SGSAP

8. Medical Logistics Vault, Bldg 959 21 MDG/SGSL

9. Crypto Communications Center, Bldg 845, 21 CS/KR
Rm 113, 115, 122, 127, 127A, 128, 128A, 131, & 132

10. COMSEC Storage Area, Bldg 1038, Rm 51 & 54 21 CS/DS

11. Telephone Switch Room, Bldg 1038, Rm 14 21 CS/CC

12. Generator Room, Bldg 1324 21 CES/CEO

13. Flightline Apron, Ramps, Parking Areas and Hangers 21 OSS/OSA

14. 302 AW Command Post, Bldg 890 302 AW/CP

15. POL/LOX Storage Area 21 LSS/LGS

16. Security Police Desk, Bldg 1376, Rm 202 21 SPS/SPO

17. Space and Systems Warning Systems Center #1, Bldg 1840 SSSG/SMW

18. Space and Warning Systems Center #2, Bldg 1844 SSSG/SMW

19. EMCS Computer Room, Bldg 1324 21 CES/CEOFE

20. HQ AFSPC, Bldg #1 HQ AFSPC

21. HQ USSPACECOM/HQ NORAD, Bldg 1470 HQ USSPACECOM

22. 21 SW Command Post, Bldg 845, Rm 237 21 SW/CP

23. Command Intelligence Center, Bldg 920 HQ NORAD

24. 21 SW Alternate Command Post, Bldg 1158, Basement 21 SW/CP

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CONTROLLED AREA LISTING
(cont)

25. Life Support, Bldg 207 731 AS/DOOL

26. Intelligence Center, Bldg 845, 21 OSS/IN
Rm 223A & 223B

27. Centralized Integration Support Facility, Bldg 2025 AFMC/SSSG

28. La Junta Electronic Warfare Range Det 1, 99 ECRG
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DESTRUCTIVE DEVICES/PROHIBITED WEAPONS
OTHER THAN FIREARMS

This attachment applies to individuals living in VOQ, TLF, VAQ, BOQ, and enlisted dormitories.

1.1. If a unit maintains a storage facility for destructive devices and prohibited weapons for unit members, the commander develops procedures for its operation. These procedures must be in writing and approved by
21 SPS/CC. (NOTE: More than one unit may use the same storage room if coordinated between units.)

1.1.1. Procedures cover how items will be secured, receipted for, inventoried, signed out for use, and length of time items can be signed out. Incorporate the procedures in the unit's in-brief to ensure items are identified and stored as soon as possible.

1.1.2. Storage rooms must be secured with a key-actuated dead bolt lock with at least a 1-inch throw.

1.1.3. Walls must be of solid construction.

1.1.4. Windows must be lockable. Recommend using thumb locks on each side of the frame or doll rod to ensure the window cannot be opened without signs of forced entry.

1.1.5. The below weapons are prohibited unless properly stored:

1.1.5.1. Firearms, air rifles, or ammunition

1.1.5.2. Fireworks, explosives, or any other incendiary device (or parts thereof), combustible or flammable liquid or material. EXCEPTION: safety matches, lighter fluid, butane lighters, etc., are authorized if safely secured and stored.

1.1.5.3. Bows, crossbows, arrows, and quarrels.

1.1.5.4. Blowguns.

1.1.5.5. Machetes, any dagger, dirk, knife, or stiletto with a fixed or folding blade over three inches in length, or any other dangerous instrument capable of inflicting cutting, stabbing, or tearing wounds. EXCEPTION: A hunting or fishing knife carried for sports use is not prohibited. A knife used for hunting, fishing, or cooking must be raised as an affirmative defense, if discovered illegally stored.

1.1.5.6. Nunchakus, throwing stars, or any other instrument of offensive or defensive combat.

1.1.5.7. Slingshots.

1.1.5.8. Spears or swords. EXCEPTION: Blunted decorative spears, swords, or daggers properly displayed on a mount attached to the wall are permissible.

2.1. The following weapons are prohibited by state law: bombs, blackjacks, firearm silencers, gas guns, machine guns, short guns (i.e., sawed-off barrels or butts) metallic knuckles, gravity knives, and switchblade knives.

3.1. In all cases, any of the identified weapons or devices must be preannounced to the installation gate guard before transporting them on the installation.