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What are your General Orders?
• I will take charge of my post and protect all personnel and property for which I'm responsible until properly relieved
• I will enforce all violations of orders I am entrusted to enforce and contact my superiors in any case not covered by instructions.
• I will sound the alarm in case of emergency.
What is a Helping Hand?
An unclassified message sent to the Installation Command Post indicating an unusual incident, possibly hostile, affecting a Protection Level 1, 2, or 3 resources
Describe a Helping Hand involving NAOC
Helping hand's involving NAOC will be up channeled by SFCC to NAOC Operations Team Chief, either through the 55 SFS Entry Controller or through the NAOC billets CQ. Termination of this helping Hand will be requested with coordination through the 55 SFS Entry Controller or through the NAOC billets CQ.

When no event has occurred, SFCC must request authority to terminate from the installation commander or designee, delegated no lower than the on duty Flight Chief.
What is a Covered Wagon?
An unclassified telephonic report sent to higher headquarters indicating an unusual incident, probable or actually hostile, affecting Protection Level resources
Describe a Covered Wagon involving NAOC
Covered Wagon's involving NAOC will be up channeled by SFCC to NAOC Operations Team Chief, either through the 55 SFS Entry Controller or through the NAOC billets CQ. Termination of this Covered Wagon will be requested with coordination through the 55 SFS Entry Controller or through the NAOC billets CQ.

The Installation Commander has identified the installation CSF has the authority to terminate Covered Wagon Reports. A full written report is submitted - No later than 12 hours after termination.
What is a Force Protection Condition Alerting Message (FPCAM)
Down channel alerting order or message indicating a widespread alert or change in threat conditions. This sets in motion an increase in readiness posture or a recommended course of action.
A general threat of possible terrorist activity exists, but only warrants a routine security posture.
FPCON Normal
A condition that applies when a threat of possible terrorist activity against personnel or property exists, nature and extent are unpredictable.
A condition that applies when an increased and more predictable terrorist activity exists
When an incident occurs or intelligence is received that some form of terrorist action against personnel and facilities is likely.
FPCON Charlie
When a terrorist action has occurred or when intelligence has been received where terrorist action against a specific location is imminent.
What is Reasonable Belief?
Is a belief based on the kind of reliable information that a reasonable, prudent person would rely on, which makes it more likely than not that something is true.
What is Probable Cause?
Exists when there is reasonable belief that the person, property, or evidence sought is located in the place or on the person to be searched. Probable cause means it is more likely than not a search will produce evidence sought.
What are the four Jurisdictions?
Exclusive, Proprietary, Concurrent, and Partial
What is Exclusive Jurisdiction?
These areas are under the complete control of the US Government. The 88 SFS has the complete authority to enforce all laws, both federal and state, and make apprehensions as appropriate. No civil police agency has jurisdiction in the area. (All area of Wright-Patterson AFB within the perimeter fence (Areas A, B & C), Woodman Hills, Page Manor & fenced in area south of Woodman (Across from Reserve Center).
What is Proprietary Jurisdiction?
The US Government exercises the right as a property owner only. The US government exercises no criminal jurisdiction over the area concerning civilians. (Currently there is only one area where this type of jurisdiction applies and that is Bldg. 6933, Page manor Youth center/Quality School and its surrounding grounds bordered by Hickman Dr. and Spinning Rd.
What is Concurrent Jurisdiction?
These areas are owned by the US Government: however, by mutual agreement between the US Government and other affected entities, numerous civil law enforcement agencies also have jurisdiction. (Examples- Colonel Glenn Highway, Spinning Road, State Route 444, Sandhill, Haddix Road, Kaufmann, National, Woodman, Route 235)
What is Partial Jurisdiction?
Basically the same as Concurrent Jurisdiction but in this area we hold less legislative authority. (This jurisdiction does not apply to Wright-Patterson AFB).
What are some signs of Duress?
• Pushing duress button on Saber portable radio
• Passing the duress word
• Mis-Authentication
• Failure to answer your radio in three (3) attempts
• Failure to answer your phone at post
• Failure to allow entry to a secure post
• Deviations from established procedures
What is an indicator of Duress on an Aircraft?
-Fixed Wing: Flaps up- No Intervention/ Flaps Down- Request Armed Intervention.

-Rotor Wing: Lights off- No Intervention/ Lights On - Request Armed Intervention.
Name the five Supporting Techniques used in conjunction with the RAB
• Personal Recognition: Knowing a person's last name and rank
• Radio/Telephone Verification: Verify the person's AFECC with SFCC
• EAL: Master or temporary EAL's
• Sign/Countersign: Used primarily for emergency entry
• Signature/Credential Check: Ask the individual to produce a personal ID credential
What are the open areas on the Restricted Area Badge?
5- 445th CP/Bldg. 4010
7- West Ramp/NE side of runway
18- Priority 2 NOAC
19- Priority 1 NAOC
20- NAOC Billets/Bldg. 259
AA- General Flightline
What is the Rule with being an Escort?
If someone has Escort Authorization on their AFECC it will be identified by an "E" at the bottom of the yellow area. On the old RAB the Escort Authorization will be identified by an "E" as well.
When do Base Gates close on Alarm Activations?
• Firearms/Munitions Munitions Storage Areas
• Hold Up/Duress Alarms
• Code 73/Adam/ Child Abductions
• All base Child Centers
• Directed by Flight Chief or higher authority
What are the five phases of a Major Accident?
• Prevention
• Preparedness
• Response
• Recovery
• Mitigate
There are 9 types of searches... Name 5
Consent Search
-Immediate Action
• -Common Area
Probable Cause
• -Crime Scenes
Plain View
• -Incident to Apprehension
Terry Frisk
There are 8 reasons to use Deadly Force, what are they?
• Inherent right of self defense
• Defense of others
• Assets vital to national security
• Inherently dangerous property
• National critical infrastructure
• Serious offense against others
• Escape (Prisoner)
• Arrest/Apprehension
What are the Brevity Codes?
Code 1: Routine (No lights, No Sirens)
Code 2: Urgent (Lights, No Sirens)
Code 3: Emergency (Lights, Sirens)
Code 4: Request for Want or Warrant
Code 4A: Hit
Code 5: Traffic Stop
Code 6: Latrine Break
Code 7: Lunch Break
Code 8: Suspect in Custody
Code 8A: Opposite Sex
Code 9: Change Frequency
Code 10: All Secure
Code 11: Out of Service
Code 12: Return To Station (RTS)
Code 13: Officer Needs Assistance
Code 14: Post Check
Code 15: Escort At:
Code 16: Bomb Threat
Code 17: Alarm Activation
Code 18: Hazmat
Code 19: Hostage
Code 20: Duress
Code Adam: Child Abduction
What is Maximum Custody?
Inmate pose a serious threat to themselves or others, is an extreme escape risk, or their behavior is seriously disruptive to operation of the facility. Do not remove them except in emergency situations.
What is Medium-In Confinement?
Requires continuous supervision. The inmate poses an escape risk, but does not present a significant threat to others or property. Do not assign Medium-In inmates work details away from the facility. (Initially, assign all inmates to medium-in custody and segregate them from other inmates)
What is Mediujm-Out Confinement?
Inmate poses a minimum escape risk. They may be assigned work details inside or outside the facility under escort.
What is Minimum Custody?
(This Custody is not used at Wright-Patterson)
Inmate does not present an apparent threat of escape or danger. Assign them work details inside or outside the facility. Inmates in this custody grade may sign out and report only to work details unescorted.
What is Community Custody?
Inmate demonstrates a keen sense of responsibility and trust and requires very little supervision.
What is a Casual Inmate
Military personnel confined in the confinement facility pending transfer arrangements to another installation. This includes those confined while in AWOL/Deserter status.
What is a Pre-Trial Inmate?
An individual awaiting the filing of charges, disposition of charges or trial by Courts Martial.
What is a Post-Trial Inmate?
Subsequent to the sentence being announced in open court, but not approved by the convening authority.
What kind of Search will be conducted on an inmate before entering the SFCC?
Simple Search
What are the two types of EAL's?
Master & Temporary
What do you do for Repossession of Property?
All re-possessors must report to SFCC and present acceptable identification to show who they are, the company they work for and the bank of finance company they are representing. The SFCC will issue the re-possessor a Repossession of Property Policy Letter. SF members will then escort the re-possessor to the location where the property is located and be present while the re-possessor requests that the debtor voluntarily release the property to them. If the debtor refuses, the re-possessor must obtain a writ of replevin or a certified court order granting permission to seize said property. SF members are only acting as a Peace Officer and must not be involved in this civil matter. A blotter entry must be made, including re-possessor's name, company and telephone number and the debtor's name, organization, telephone number and the property recovered. If a re-possessor enters any portion of WPAFB, a patrol response will be initiated and to include all housing areas and takes/attempts to take property without following the above outlined procedures, and incident/complainant report must be initiated alleging trespassing. The unit First Sergeant or Section Commander will be notified of repossessions or attempts involving their unit personnel.
Any attempt to move an aircraft and/or aircrew by use of force or threats to affect the theft or unauthorized flight of an aircraft.
When concerning Air-Piracy/Hijacking, while in the air or on the ground with the compartments closed it is under the jurisdiction of the who?
When concerning Air-Piracy/Hijacking, if on the ground and compartments are open it is under the jurisdiction of who?
Describe a Motor Vehicle Accident Investigation (In Order of Precedence)
• Prevent the accident from getting worse
• Provide first-aid to injured - Ensure medical response is en route if needed.
• Protect Life, personal property, government property, accident scene, and ensure potential witnesses are identified.
• Restore normal traffic flow.
• Gather sufficient information for a complete/accurate blotter entry and report.
Describe a Major Vehicle Accident.
• Investigate and report on AF Form 1315(Major Vehicle Accident Report)
• Damage greater than $10,000
• A diagram drawn to scale or diagram with measurements (using triangulations or grid/coordinate method) is required.
• Field sketches and notes will be enclosed with the report.
• Photographs are required.
Describe a Minor Vehicle Accident
• AF Form 1315 is NOT required.
• Damages Less than $10,000
• SF member will fill out an AFMC Form 625(Minor Vehicle Accident Worksheet)
• Conduct initial investigation for possibilities of improper backing, failure to yield, illegally parked vehicle, etc.
• Gather info and ensure persons involved exchange info for insurance purposes.
• Also ensure drivers are licensed to drive and meet all requirements.
What's the AF Form 52?
Evidence Tag
What's the AF Form 53?
SF blotter
What's the AF Form 75?
Visitor/vehicle pass
What's the AF Form 1109?
Visitor register log
What is the AF Form 1168?
Suspect/Complainant/Witness Statement Form
What is the AF Form 1176?
Authority to Search/Seize - AF Form 1176 will be prepared in duplicate for the Installation Commander's/Military Magistrate's signature. The probable cause statement on the reverse of the AF Form 1176 will be a verbatim transcript of your briefing with the Installation Commander/Military Magistrate.

*If no evidence is found contact Judge Advocate (JA) for further guidance.
What is the AF Form 1199?
What is the AF Form 1361?
Pick-Up/Restriction Order
What is the AF Form 1364?
Consent to Search/Seize
What is the AF Form 3226?
Authority to Apprehend in Private Dwelling
AF Form 3545
Incident Report
What is the AF Form 3907?
Field Interview Card
What is the DD Form 460
Provisional pass
What is the DD Form 1408
Armed Forces Traffic Ticket
What is the DD Form 1805
United States District Court Violation Notice - The original (White) and Second copy (Pink) go to Police Services. The Yellow copy goes to the violator for there personal records along with envelope.
What is the DD Form 1920
Alcohol Influence Report
What is the DD Formn 2504?
Abandoned Vehicle Notice - The owner has 72 Hrs to correct the situation or move the vehicle.
What is the DD Form 2701?
Victim/Witness Assistance Program
What is the DD Form 2708?
Receipt of inmate or detained person
What is the AFMC 23C?
Shoplifting Form
What does the Acronmy COPP stand for?
Bicycle Patrolman/Community Oriented Policing Program.
Funds Escort
• One owner/user carrier and one unarmed/user escort is required for the movement of more than - less than $10,000.
• One unarmed escort is required for movement of - more than $10,000 but less than $30,000.
• One owner/user carrier and one armed security forces escort is required for more than - $30,000.
When funds are escorted, if the carrier exceeds 5 minutes from estimated time of arrival without notification, the SF Dispatcher will implement anti-robbery procedures.
In the event of a fire or other emergency situation that warrants evacuation:
SFCC is Fire Station #1 on Skeel Ave. The Alternate Alarm panel is at Bldg 22, Area A. Relocation for Armory is the CATM Range/Bldg. 269. INMATES will be relocated with escort to Bldg. 169. If 169 is evacuated or rendered in-operable, relocate inmates with an escort to Bldg. 269, CATM Classroom.
What are the Three different types of radio alert tones and when are they used for?
• Tone #1 - SPECIAL ATTENTION (Attention messages, BOLO's, major responses, officer needs assistance)
• Tone #3 - FLIGHTLINE EMERGENCIES (Helping Hands, IFE's, Ground Emergencies)
What are the Four times you are authorized to immediately stop all in/out bound traffic?
• Arms, Ammunition and Explosives (AA&E)
• Hold-up/Duress alarms
• Code ADAM (73)
• Upon direction by Flight Chief/Higher Authority
What is the Curfew policy for minor's on WPAFB?
• Curfew is 0001-0600 all week (unless accompanied by a parent or other responsible adult)
• 17 years of age and younger
• Curfew violators will be detained, SFCC notified and a sponsor will receipt for the child
What type of badge system is used at WPAFB?
Single Badge System
What items are needed for a Squadron Recall?
• Military ID Card
• Restricted Area Badge
• Weapon Cards
• GOV Dr. License
• Civ. Dr. License
• Cold/foul weather gear
• Duty Equipment
• Interceptor Vest
• Web Gear
• Gas Mask
• Whistle
• Working flashlight
• Handcuff/key
• Rights advisement card
• Kevlar helmet
What are the four support techniques for a restricted area and how are they used?
• Personal Recognition-Know the individual's last name and rank without the aid of identification documentation
• Signature/Credential check-Ask the individual to produce a personal identification credential (i.e., CAC, DL, govt. ID) with a picture or signature and compare to the AFECC
• EAL-MEAL/Temporary EAL'S
• Telephone/Radio verification-verify the AFECC with the SFCC, using telephone or radio
What are the procedures for processing a shoplifting subject with diplomatic immunity?
• Personnel with diplomatic immunity will not be advised of their rights. Request statements and prepare reports for transmittal in the same manner as other suspects.
What is the hand and arm signal for a helping hand?
• Right arm straight in the air with beret on top of hand, spinning hand in a circle
Examples of threats in the threat spectrum:
• Level 1-Agents, Saboteurs, Sympathizers and Terrorists
• Level 2-Small TAC. units, Unconventional warfare units and Guerillas
• Level 3-Large TAC. force operations including Airborne, Heliborne, Amphibious, Infiltration and Major air ops
Deploying on an A/C that is subject of an Air Piracy event
Patrols to the front, rear and sides of the A/C establishing a 360 perimeter
• Size/Activity/Location/Uniform, Unit/Time and Equipment
• Liquids/Ammo/Casualties and Equipment
Who has initial jurisdiction of an Air Piracy event occurring on WPAFB?
What must be conducted prior to conducting a search on a person?
Precautionary Check
What AFI governs Motor Vehicle Accident Traffic Supervision?
AFI 31-204
When will SF response be required for stray animals?
In cases of extreme emergency or abuse
When may stray animals be transported in a K-9 vehicle?
What is established in the event of an A/C crash off base?
National Defense Area (NDA)
What article of the UCMJ states where military jurisdiction applies?
Article 5
What article of the UCMJ gives SF authority to apprehend?
Article 7B
What article of the UCMJ states who is subject to the UCMJ?
Article 2
What three (3) things constitute Child Abuse/Neglect?
• Physical
• Verbal
• Sexual
How many days does a SF member have in upgrade training for a new duty position?
30 duty days
What happens when a DV Aircraft is scheduled to Land?
• Positioned off the end of each runway.
• Located in the West Ramp Area 15 minutes prior to AC landing.
Name the Different types of Builoding and Area Searches
Describe an Item-to-ITEM search
Enter a scene and go to the first apparent item of evidence, visually observe the item, and then move to the next closest item. Repeat this process until the room or area has been systematically scrutinized.
This search is conducted in a small outdoor area when you believe evidence has been dropped or placed a distance from the crime scene. Begin at the crime scene and work outwards.
Used in a large area such as an office building or warehouse must be searched, subdivide the scene into sectors. Start where the incident occurred and work outward. The search should be conducted not only in the area in which the crime occurred, but also the area beyond the scene.
When is a STRIP AND GRID SEARCH conducted.
Normally used in large outdoor areas.
The Field Sobriety Test/HGNT will be documented using what form(s)?
DD Form 1920
DUI Procedures at a Base Entry Point
• Do not allow them to proceed
• Call the SFCC for assistance
• Cone off vehicle
• Obtain the keys
• Have the individual exit the vehicle
• Move the subject's vehicle with permission (if denied a civilian wrecker will tow the vehicle at the owner's expense)
• Perform FST
What FST's are authorized at WPAFB?
• Walk & Turn
• One Leg Stand
Rules for a DUI...
• All tests must be given within 3 hours.
• Any person with a .30 or more on the BAC must immediately be transported to medical for possible alcohol poisoning.
• Before released sign a DUI Acknowledgment letter.
Responding to a Bomb Threat
-Respond Code 1 (without lights or sirens)
-500 ft Cordon
Define Deadly Force
• Deadly Force is force that a person uses, or that a person knows or should know would create substantial risk of causing death or serious bodily harm.
Code ADAM Procedures
• Secure the crime scene
• Conduct a preliminary investigation
• Obtain the best possible victim/suspect descriptions
• Broadcast any information that may be helpful in locating the victim
• Interview all personnel involved
• Review all surveillance tapes (located in the 2W nurses station)
• Secure all evidence
• Obtain demographic information on the victim (include fingerprints/footprints)
Two SF members or contracted guards (one being an NCO and, if available, a military
working dog drug detector {D.D.D.}team) should be present when conducting these inspections. The Flight Chief or other shift supervisors should observe when possible and assist if other personnel are not available. The installation entry controller assigned to the entry point should not be part of the inspection team other than to assist in directing the selected vehicle to an inspection area out of the flow of traffic. The senior patrol officer will take the prepared Vehicle Inspection Package from the SFCC to the scene of the inspections and review the contents and ensure there are enough handouts inside to complete the task. Return the package to the SFCC when the inspections are complete.
Installation entry/exit point checks are recorded on WPAFB Form 283, Vehicle Entry
Control Point Inspection Record. The SFCC will record a synopsis of all installation entry/exit point checks in the SF blotters.

[• Tell the operator they have been randomly selected to participate in an Installation Commander Directed Base Vehicle Inspection
• Ask the operator do they consent to the inspection
• Obtain the operators drivers license, insurance and identification card
• Record the required information on the WPAFB Form 283
• Tell the driver to shut off the engine and open all compartments of the vehicle
• Have all occupants exit the vehicle
• Then conduct a thorough inspection of all areas]
Define National Airborne Operations Center (NAOC):
This aircraft and its primary mission, is to support the President of the United States and others that make up the National Command Authority. It has a secondary mission to support the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The aircraft is an E-4B (Boeing 747) with approximately 60 personnel on board. The aircraft can either be a PL 1 or 2 resource. The aircraft, when assigned PL 1 status, is on alert. When the PL 2 status is assigned, it is not on alert status. WPAFB is a Forward Operating Base for the NAOC mission
What happens during a NAOC Klaxon:
Alert Force Route from Kitty Hawk:
Is through gate 38C, across SR 444, through Gate 8C onto Schuster, to Wright Ave. Turn left on Wright Ave, right on Pearson Road, left on Allbrook, right on Skeel, and left through gate 9H (next to Bldg 140). The only place SF personnel will assist the responding Alert Force is on Skeel Ave at gate 9H or as directed by SFCC or Flight Chief.

If an SF member is involved in a minor motor vehicle accident: They will proceed
with the vehicle to their TCP and the accident will be reported after the klaxon is terminated. If the SF member is involved in a major motor vehicle accident, they will immediately notify SFCC who will dispatch another patrol to the TCP.

Specific requirements for PL 1 NAOC aircraft:
The NAOC EAL will be the only supporting technique used. Normally, SF personnel assigned to the 55th SFS, traveling with the aircraft will be posted as the aircraft EC.

In case of emergency: 88 SFS personnel may act as the EC.

• Personnel will have either an Offutt AFB or WPAFB issued AFECC or RAB with area 19 open and listed on the NAOC EAL.
• Use Sign/Countersign to control entry during a Klaxon (Exercise or Real)

Specific requirements for PL 2 NAOC aircraft:

The NAOC EAL will be the only supporting technique used.

Entry to the NAOC Billets:
It will be authorized to personnel who have either an OFFUT AFB or WPAFB issued AFECC or RAB with area 20 open. Personnel being escorted must be annotated on the AF Form 1109.
Department of Energy (DOE)

• Primary Gate is 26C
• Secondary Gate is 15A

Gate 12A is the Contingency entry point in the event of adverse weather or should the DOE courier declare an emergency, the shipment will be accepted and met by the Flight Chief at any gate.

DOE Shipment Responsibility:
• DOE couriers/convoy commander will retain responsibility for security and custody of shipment
• SF will take over responsibility if required (Example: Emergency Situations).
• Installation Commander will assume responsibility for security of shipment in the event of incapacitation of DOE courier.
• The Gate Guard will check DOE courier credentials.
• Then contact SFCC for verification of shipment.
• The shipment will be allowed on base (at least 100ft).
• If the conditions of the Safe Haven request are under a hostile situation close the installation gate to limit access to the shipment.
NOTE: If nuclear components are present, DO NOT detain, proceed directly with Primary or Alternate route.

NOTE: SFCC will verify what type of shipment, type of Safe Haven requested (hostile activity or non-hostile), reason for the Safe Haven request, security required and the identity of the courier requesting assistance. (If not already notified of this shipment/Safe Haven Request, the SFCC will immediately contact AFMC/CP for verification).

• Gate 1C---Van Paton Drive off of Wright Ave (Detour Van Patton)
• Gate 8C---Parking Lot of Building 900
• Gate 26C---Building 4001 Parking Lot
• Gate 9A---On Eastbrook (Detour all traffic to hospital area)
• Gate 12A---Visitor Center Parking Lot
• Gate 15A---On Communication Blvd (Detour All Traffic)

DOE Identification card- DOE Form AL-150
*Have extra patrol sweep route before taking that route.

Type One Shipment

Type one shipment equals PL 1 shipment. For this a 15/5 is required and comprised of:

Area Supervisor (1 Person)
2 Internal SRT's (4 Personnel)
1 External SRT (2 Personnel)
2 Mobile Fire Teams (8 Personnel)
15 Personnel

You will also need 2 Close-In Security Members (CIS) and an Entry Controller, who are NOT members of the 15/5. Once arrived at RV Point Rope off Restricted Area. A minimum of 2 SF Personnel with Radios are assigned for security of restricted area.

Types of Recalls:

• Mass Squadron Recall- A recall initiated for all Squadron Personnel.
• Military only Recall- A specific recall initiated for military only.
• Selective Recall- A selective recall of personnel based on the situation or mission requiring a recall, i.e., mobility recall, Emergency Service Team (EST) recall, key personnel recall, and Comm-Out recall.
• Alternate Recall Location- Building 269 CATM.

Posting NCO:

• Retrieve the posting booth keys (located in the armory).
• Move booth in the hallway adjacent to the guardmount room door and the sign-in table will be located in the entranceway to the front door of building 168.
• Remove the post priority chart from the posting booth.
• Retrieve the on-duty flight's duty rosters to annotate the Post Priority Chart. The Posing NCO will utilize the Post Priority Chart to man posts not currently manned and will continue to man posts as required IAW Post Priority Chart, or as the incident requires.
• Obtain keys for all vehicles not currently being utilized. The Posting NCO will determine how many additional vehicles are required and notify the unit Vehicle NCO (VNCO). The Posting NCO will dispatch sufficient personnel to retrieve the additional vehicles.
• Obtain a current update of the situation and/or the current FORCE PROTECTION CONDITION. Record this information on the situation boards will be kept up-to-date. These boards will be located: Next to the posting booth, displayed on the wall facing the SFCC (readily seen by the SFCC and exiting personnel) in the training classroom.
• Assign an NCO as the Briefing NCO who will ensure all information updates are posted on the posting box, briefed to personnel standing by in the training room and the SFCC.
• The SFCC will ensure building 168 exterior doors are secured.
• The posting NCO will retrieve the Training Classroom key (located in the SFCC)

As personnel respond, the Posting NCO will:

• Have personnel Sign-In. The sign in sheets will be by shift assignment/staff. The sign in sheets are already prepared and are located in the posting NCO booth.

• Determine where personnel are required and special equipment/weapons needs.

• Continue to post personnel until initial posting is complete, all personnel have been accounted for, and the senior unit battle staff members authorize the closing of the posting booth.

• Orderly Room will follow-up on recall notifications that could not be accomplished.

The personnel in the following positions will report to the designated locations:
• CSF- As deemed necessary.
• SFO- As deemed necessary.
• Force Protection, Operations Superintendent - SF Battle Staff Representative at SFCC or DCG
• SFM- As deemed necessary.

Emergency Service Team (EST)/Hostage Negotiation Team (HNT) Team Leaders- appropriate staging areas. At initial recall, members will be posted accordingly by the direction of posting NCO.

All personnel upon signing in will:
• If assigned to a post, immediately proceed to the Armory to draw the appropriate weapon and radio.
• If not assigned to a post, immediately proceed to the Training Classroom. Stand-by at the location until assigned to a post or released by the posting NCO or competent authority.
• Once armed, proceed through the training classroom to the south hallway (between Training Section and Operations Section near the Operations office). Stand-by until all team members are armed and prepared to depart assigned post. Notify Posting NCO when departing.

Prior to Operating the vehicle the operator will:

• Possess a valid AF Form 2293, Motor Vehicle Operator Identification Card, valid State Drivers License and a valid AF Form 483 Flight Line Drivers Card.

What are the required Forms for SF Gov. Vehicles?
• AF Form 1800, Operators Inspection Guide and Trouble Report
• SF 91, Operators Report of Motor Vehicle Accident
• SF 94, Statement of Witness
• DD Form 518, Accident Identification Card

Radio Frequencies:
• Frequency #1 is used for SF Operations.
• Frequency #3 is used for Flight Line Operations.
• Frequency #2 is used as an alternate for Frequency #1 and #3

Serving of Summons/Warrants/Repossession of Items:
• Anyone wishing to serve summons, subpoenas or warrants, are to be referred directly to the SFCC for assistance.
• Any Questions regarding this practice will be directed to 88 ABW/JA.

Warrants for Military and Civilians:
• Have the person's supervisor or First Sergeant bring the subject named on the warrant to Bldg 168 where the respective agency will execute the warrant. When an arrest must be made at the person's work site, the 88 SFS will escort the Police Officer/Sheriff.
NOTE: The civilian police officer must show cause that alerting the suspect might result in the suspect Might result in the suspect not reporting as instructed and may flee or be hostile. If the suspect is at risk of being hostile or at risk of fleeing, the serving of the warrant should then take place at the work site.

When an arrest is made, an Incident Report and blotter entry will be completed.

Notify the Legal Office:

• Subpoenas/Summons: Have the person's supervisor or First Sergeant bring the subject named on the subpoena/summons to Bldg 168 where the respective agency will execute the subpoena/summons. When the subpoena/summons must be served at the person's work site, the Police Officer/Sheriff will be accompanied by the person's supervisor if available or a SF member.
NOTE: The civilian police officer must show cause; i.e., a runner or other priors, to have the subpoena/summons served at the work place. This differs from the serving of a warrant due to the nature of the documents/action.

• No Incident Report is required.

• Notify SJA before the subpoena/summons is served.

Repossession of Property:

• All re-possessors must report to SFCC and present acceptable identification to show who they are, the company they work for and the bank of finance company they are representing. The SFCC will issue the re-possessor a Repossession of Property Policy Letter. SF members will then escort the re-possessor to the location where the property is located and be present while the re-possessor requests that the debtor voluntarily release the property to them. If the debtor refuses, the re-possessor must obtain a writ of replevin or a certified court order granting permission to seize said property. SF members are only acting as a Peace Officer and must not be involved in this civil matter. A blotter entry must be made, including re-possessor's name, company and telephone number and the debtor's name, organization, telephone number and the property recovered. If a re-possessor enters any portion of WPAFB, a patrol response will be initiated and to include all housing areas and takes/attempts to take property without following the above outlined procedures, and incident/complainant report must be initiated alleging trespassing. The unit First Sergeant or Section Commander will be notified of repossessions or attempts involving their unit personnel.

Flight Chief/Patrol need to know Material (Stan-Eval):

• The Wing CC has designated the 88th SFS/CC to terminate a Covered Wagon
• Flight Chiefs will respond to all incidents involving Senior NCO's, O-5's/above and Senior Executive Service (SESs).
• Duress on SFCC/Armory Patrols will respond Code 1
• Military member involved in shoplifting will be released to 1st Sgt/CC
• Police Services approve ride along for Active Duty, Cadets, reserve and military
• Digital copies of blotters are maintained for 90 days
• LEADS rip stamped or printed with LEADS Audit Trail
• Reports of non-hostile strays in the PWF will be reported to the PWF
• No more than 2 marked vehicles will engage in pursuit
• Patrols will not exceed 20mph in non-residential/Highways
• BAC under 21 yrs of age is .02
• You have 3 hrs from initial contact to collect blood, breath or urine
• Aircrew EAL's come from 3 sources: TDY orders, Crew orders, Handmade list of crew from AC
• Hijacking events on ground with doors closed belongs to TSA
• Request authorization from control tower to access runway taxiway
• When funds are escorted, carrier does not call back within 5 min, implement anti-robbery procedures
• Ramp update will occur every 4 hrs during non-duty hrs
• Lighting check will be conducted 1 time per shift
• Warrants served at work center must show cause of fleeing
• When you have questions regarding jurisdiction contact legal
• Weapons movement on-base as "very high risk" (2 owner user, 1 armed)
• When a person fails Stan-Eval, annotations made by SFMQ will be made on WPAFB SFS Form 1
• TMO/Trans assumes control over shipment after transported to gate
• The SFCC is a controlled area...who will NOT be given the combo? Contract Guards
• When responding to HAZMAT respond UPWIND/CROSSWIND
• FC's need to know there is a Hazmat checklist in the QRC's that are in the FC's vehicle (practical exercise)
• When taking a statement from an individual with broken hands, Security Forces can write the statement for them
• When PCS'ing/separating we are exempt from STAN-EVAL and Training 90 days out
• When we have a prisoner and needs to go to the hospital, flight chief will have a patrol escort them to the hospital
• If a prisoner is Maximum Custody, he will be escorted by SFS to appointments; any other time their home unit will supply an NCO or an officer to escort them to appointments
• Initial Cordon is 500 ft.
• A commander has 12 hrs to complete the report for a Covered Wagon
• What percentage of Flight can be on leave? 10%
• RVI procedures-ensure you grab CAC or DL


SFOB-1 Post Briefing

• Sir/Ma'am (rank/name) reports (call sign) all secure. Do you request a post briefing?
• My primary responsibility is: (refer to you SSI's)
• My post limits are: (refer to you SSI's)
• I am armed with a :
M-4 Carbine Rifle. The M-4 is a lightweight, air cooled, gas operated, magazine fed, shoulder fired weapon with 120 rounds of ball and tracer ammunition at a 4 to 1 ratio. The maximum effective ranges for my weapon is 500 for a point target and 600 meters for an area target. The maximum range for my weapon is approximately 3600 meters.
M-9, 9mm Pistol. The M-9 is a semi-automatic, magazine fed, recoil operated, single or double action weapon with 30 rounds of hollow point tipped ammunition. The maximum effective range is 50 meters. The maximum range is 1800 meters.

1. Deadly Force is authorized under conditions listed in AFI 31-207, Arming and use of Force, Use of Force model. (KNOW Your 6 Conditions for Deadly Force)
2. My primary means of communication is a portable hand held radio. Secondary means include landlines located in my area of response, hand and arm signals, whistle, flashlight, and as a last resort, my weapon fired three times, straight up in the air, in rapid succession.
3. My General Orders are:
• I will take charge of my post and protect personnel and property for which I am responsible for until properly relieved.
• I will report all violations of orders I am instructed to enforce and call my superior in any case not covered by those instructions.
• I will sound the alarm in case of emergency

4. The current FPCON is: ______________. Exercise FPCON is: _____________.
5. My Area Supervisor is: call sign, rank, and name
6. This concludes my Post Briefing. Do you have any questions?


M-4 Carbine Rifle is a light weight, air-cooled, gas operated, magazine fed, shoulder fired weapon

Major Components: Upper receiver, Lower Receiver, Bolt Carrier Assembly

General Data:

a. Weight: 7.5 lbs.
b. Length: 33 inches
c. Rifling: 1/7 right hand twist

Operational Characteristics

a. Muzzle Velocity: 3,100 feet per second
b. Chamber Pressure: 52,000 pounds per square inch
c. Rate of Fire:
1. Sustained: 12-15 rounds per minute
2. Semi-Automatic: 45 rounds per minute
3. Three Round Burst: 90 rounds per minute
4. Cyclic: 700-970 rounds per minute

d. Maximum Effective Range:
1. Point Target: 500 meters
2. Area Target: 600 meters
3. Maximum Range: 3,600 meters

Immediate Actions (SPORTS)

a. Slap upward on the base of the magazine
b. Pull the charging handle to the rear
c. Observe the ejection port whether a cartridge or casing has been ejected, the chamber for obstructions, and that the chamber is clear.
d. Release the charging handle to chamber a new round
e. Tap the forward assist to ensure that the bolt to fully forward and locked
f. Shoot the weapon

M9, 9mm Pistol is a semi automatic, magazine fed, recoil operated, double action weapon

1. Major Components:
a. Slide and Barrel assembly
b. Recoil Spring and Recoil Spring Guide
c. Barrel and Locking Block Assembly
d. Receiver
e. Magazine

2. General Data:

a. Weight:
I. Pistol Unloaded: 33.86 oz.
II. Pistol Loaded: 40.89 oz.
b. Length: 8.54 inches
c. Sights: Fixed front and rear sights
d. Basic Load: Two 15 round magazines
e. Firing Characteristics:
I. Muzzle Velocity: 1230.3 feet per second
II. Muzzle Energy: 420 feet/lbs.
III. Chamber Pressure: 31,180 pounds per square inch
f. Types of Fire:
I. Double Action
II. Single Action
g. Ranges:
I. Maximum Effective Range: 50 meters
II. Maximum Range: 1800 meters