1 Headquarters, MCO MARINE CORPS PCN 10208597900 _____ MARINE CORPS PHYSICAL SECURITY PROGRAM MANUAL DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited _____ MCO PS JUN 05 2009 MARINE CORPS ORDER From: Commandant of the MARINE CORPS To: Distribution List Subj: MARINE CORPS PHYSICAL SECURITY PROGRAM MANUAL Ref: (a) DODI , SECURITY of DOD Installations and Resources, December 10, 2005 (b) DOD , PHYSICAL SECURITY of Sensitive Conventional Arms, Ammunition and Explosives, August 12, 2000 (c) DOD , Defense Materiel Disposition Manual, August 18, 1997 (d) SECNAVINST (e) SECNAVINST (f) SECNAVINST (g) DODD , SECURITY Policy for Protecting Nuclear Weapons, November 1, 2004 (h) DODI , DOD Antiterrorism (AT) Standards, October 2, 2006 (i) UFC 4-010-01, DOD Minimum Antiterrorism Standards for Buildings, January 22, 2007 (j) UFC 4-021-01, Design and O&M.
2 Mass Notification Systems, April 9, 2008 (k) MCO (l) MCO (m) MCO (n) DOD , DOD Antiterrorism Handbook, February 2004 (o) EKMS 1A (NOTAL) (p) MCO (q) MIL-HDBK-1013/1A, Military Handbook Design Guidelines for PHYSICAL SECURITY of Facilities, October 9, 1987 (r) MCO (s) CJCSI , Standing Rules of Engagement/Standing Rules for the Use of Force for US Forces (U), January 15, 2000 (t) DODD , Use of Deadly Force and the Carrying of Firearms by DOD Personnel Engaged in Law Enforcement and SECURITY Duties, November 1, 2001 DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. MCO 05 Jun 09 4 (u) MCO (v) MCO (w) MCO (x) UFC 4-022-01, SECURITY Engineering.
3 Entry Control Facilities/Access Control Points, May 25, 2005 (y) DODD , Smart Card Technology, August 31, 2002 (z) DODD , DOD Personnel Identity Protection (PIP) Program, April 23, 2007 (aa) DOD , PHYSICAL SECURITY Program, April 9, 2007 (ab) NAVMED P-117 (ac) DOD , DOD Ammunition and Explosives Safety Standards, July 1999 (ad) NAVSEA OP 5 Volume 1 (ae) MCO (af) OPNAVINST (ag) NAVSUP P-724 (ah) DOD , Defense Transportation Regulation (DTR), August 2008 (ai) DOD , Personnel SECURITY Program, January 1987 (aj) MCO (ak) DOD , National Industrial SECURITY Program Operating Manual (NISPOM), February 28, 2006 (al) MCO (am) MCO (an) DOD , DOD Supply Chain Materiel Management Regulation, May 23, 2003 (ao) OPNAVINST (ap) MCO (aq) MCO (ar) DOD , Defense Demilitarization Manual, August 18, 1997 (as) MCO (at) NAVSEA OP 3565 Vol II (au) MCO (av) NAVSEA SW020-AG-SAF-010 (aw) NAVSEA SWO23-AG-WHM-010 (ax) MCO (ay) MCO (az) DOD , DOD Financial Management Regulations (FMRs), September 17, 2008 (ba) SECNAV (bb) SECNAV M Encl: (1) MARINE CORPS PHYSICAL SECURITY Program Manual MCO 05 Jun 09 5 Reports Required: I.
4 PHYSICAL SECURITY survey Form (NAVMC 11121) (Report Control Symbol EXEMPT). Encl (1) , par and App E II. Missing, Lost, Stolen and Recovered (MLSR) Reporting (Report Control Symbol DD-5530- 01). Encl (1), Chap 10, par. and App M III. Law Enforcement and PHYSICAL SECURITY Activity Report (LEPSAR) (Report Control Symbol (EXEMPT). Encl(1), Chap 10, par. and App N 1. Situation. PHYSICAL SECURITY is a primary command responsibility. Reference (a) requires commanders to establish and issue regulations for the SECURITY of property and places under their command. This Order constitutes the MARINE CORPS PHYSICAL SECURITY Program and prescribes policy, assigns responsibilities, and presents requirements.)
5 The Order also provides uniform procedures, standards, supporting details, and outlines requirements to support commander s efforts. To be effective, a PHYSICAL SECURITY program must receive attention from all echelons within the chain of command. 2. Cancellation. MCO , MCO , MCO , MCO , MCO , MARADMIN 601-02, MARADMIN 360-01, and participation with OPNAVINST 3. Mission. Establish the MARINE CORPS PHYSICAL SECURITY Program and provide policy to support commander s efforts to maintain a robust PHYSICAL SECURITY program. Ensure all personnel are aware of and involved in protecting United States Government and MARINE CORPS personnel and property, per references (a) through (bb). 4. Execution. The MARINE CORPS PHYSICAL SECURITY Program must receive attention from all echelons within the chain of command. Emphasis is placed on the commander/commanding Officer s (CO) responsibility to ensure that the command SECURITY posture is accurately and consistently addressed and resources are afforded to execute and support these programs.
6 marines , Sailors, and civilian employees will be actively involved and vigilant in the SECURITY of United States ( ) Government and MARINE CORPS personnel and property. Commanders will develop and maintain an operational capability to present and preserve a sound, secure PHYSICAL SECURITY posture throughout their areas of responsibility (AOR). MCO 05 Jun 09 6 a. Commander s Intent and Concept of Operations (1) Commander s Intent (a) Enhance unit, base, and installation PHYSICAL SECURITY by maintaining an effective PHYSICAL SECURITY program. (b) Integrate PHYSICAL SECURITY planning, requirements, procedures, and equipment in all force protection (FP) and antiterrorism (AT) efforts. (c) Provide PHYSICAL SECURITY guidance and requirements.
7 (d) Control access to MARINE CORPS installations to prevent injury to personnel and/or damage to assets in accordance with reference (a). (2) Concept of Operations. This Order establishes a formal PHYSICAL SECURITY program within the MARINE CORPS and applies to all MARINE CORPS commands. This Order further: (a) Identifies that the Commandant of the MARINE CORPS (CMC) is responsible for establishing and maintaining the MARINE CORPS PHYSICAL SECURITY Program, to include the promulgation of appropriate and applicable directives, in accordance with reference (a). (b) Directs commanders to support the provost marshal to ensure the PHYSICAL SECURITY program is provided adequate command attention and assistance through proper staffing, retention of experienced personnel, and training. (c) Directs and assists those responsible for PHYSICAL SECURITY in their efforts to carry out the mission.
8 (d) Provides requirements for PHYSICAL SECURITY for MARINE CORPS installations and organizations, as well as: 1. Provides commanders the authority and responsibility to protect personnel, facilities, property, and material under their command. 2. Identifies measures to safeguard personnel, facilities, property and material at all MARINE CORPS installations and activities. MCO 05 Jun 09 7 3. Provides guidance for evaluating, planning and implementing MARINE CORPS command PHYSICAL SECURITY programs. 4. Assists those responsible for PHYSICAL SECURITY in their efforts to carry out the assigned mission. (e) Emphasis is placed on the commanding officer's responsibility to ensure that the command SECURITY posture is accurately assessed and SECURITY resources are appropriate to execute these programs.
9 (f) Installation commanders/commanding officers are responsible for PHYSICAL SECURITY within their commands. (g) The provost marshal is the installation commander s designated representative responsible for planning, implementing, enforcing and supervising the installation PHYSICAL SECURITY program. (h) The SECURITY officer at each MARINE CORPS organization (battalion/squadron size and larger) is responsible for SECURITY matters within the organization. The SECURITY officer plans, implements, manages and directs the organization PHYSICAL SECURITY program in accordance with the commanding officer s guidance and in coordination with the provost marshal. b. Subordinate Element Missions (1) Deputy Commandant, Plans, Policies, and Operations (PP&O) (DC PP&O). The DC PP&O is responsible for the MARINE CORPS PHYSICAL SECURITY Program. The DC PP&O serves as the Service level point of contact for coordination, development, and execution of MARINE CORPS PHYSICAL SECURITY policies.
10 Director, SECURITY Division. The Director, SECURITY Division (PS) is responsible to the DC PP&O for providing direction, supervising development, articulating emerging concepts and advocating MARINE CORPS capabilities for issues pertaining to MARINE CORPS PHYSICAL SECURITY efforts. In this capacity, the Director, SECURITY Division (PS) will: (a) Exercise overall staff cognizance for matters relating to PHYSICAL SECURITY . MCO 05 Jun 09 8 (b) Develop MARINE CORPS PHYSICAL SECURITY policy and oversee its execution. (c) Coordinate with the Deputy Commandant Installations and Logistics (DC I&L) and Commander, MARINE CORPS Systems Command (COMMARCORSYSCOM) for PHYSICAL SECURITY of Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives (AA&E) in accordance with reference (b). (d) Provide policy, guidance, and assistance to commanders to enable them to develop and maintain effective PHYSICAL SECURITY programs.