Kakree A copy of this memorandum will be placed in each gate guard instruction book. Kej all keys contro, as needed, signed out on a key control register as required by ARAppendix D? What are small arms. Storage of any and all privately owned incendiary devices and explosives i. Immediately report violations to the Company Commander.
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An informal memorandum will be used to document inspection results. The memorandum will be maintained for 3 years. Social security numbers will not be placed on the memorandum. The KCO will periodically inspect for compliance. Keys without serial numbers will be given one. Keys and padlocks will not be left unsecured. Required forms and records: a. This form will serve as the record to be used for key control and inventory.
This form will have serial number, location of lock and the number of keys maintained. If any changes will be used for semi-annual inventories and be maintained in the key depository. The number for the block where the serial number is recorded will be used to identify the key when issuing or receiving the key from the key depository. This form will also be retained in the key depository to preclude unauthorized personnel from gaining access to it.
It will also be used for the transfer of custody of the keys between the KCC and his alternate. This form will be maintained 90 days after the last entry and then destroyed. DA Form will be used to issue keys which will be out of the depository for longer than 30 days field exercises and personal retention.
Access rosters will be kept current. Inventories a. All operational padlocks and keys will be inventoried semiannually. All alternate keys except alternate arms room keys and real property keys will be inventoried semiannually by the KCO. All alternate arms room keys will be inventoried every six months by the unit armorer.
Combination Locks a. Containers with combination locking devices will have a SF prepared and part 1 is affixed to the inside of the container. Part 2 will be affixed to the outside of an opaque envelope. Part 3 will be placed inside the envelope. The envelope will be sealed and turned into the BN S-2 to be secured in the S-2 safe. Combinations to combination locking devices will be changed as follows: 1 Annually 2 Upon reassignment, transfer or loss of personnel with knowledge of the combination.
Arms Room Keys a. One ring will contain the entrance keys and the other ring will contain the rack and container keys. All three operational key rings will be secured in a container of at least guage steel, or material of equivalent strength such as an ammo can equipped with a secondary padlock. Breaking the seal on this envelope requires a joint serial number inventory of the arms room by two persons on the unaccompanied access roster.
The locked operational arms room key box will be turned into the BN Staff duty every day to be secured in the BN Staff duty safe.
The armorer will assemble the alternate arms room keys in the same fashion as the operational keys. The unaccompanied access roster will be access roster for the arms room key box. Billets Keys a. The barracks keys CQ Keys will be kept in an appropriate key depository such as a key box that can be secured with a Series lock.
The key box should also be sealed with a railroad seal. The CQ will verify the seal number at the beginning of his shift. If the CQ has to break the seal to access the barracks keys, a notation will be entered in the log describing the circumstances and what room or area was opened or accessed. They will be designated by orders as the KCC for all keys in their areas. The unit supply NCO will sign for real property and billets keys directly from the S Reproduction and Replacement of Keys a.
The lock will be replaced immediately. The KCO will investigate the loss, and determine if the individual was negligent and take any necessary action. Anytime a key is lost the lock will be changed. If a real property key is lost the KCO will informally investigate the loss and advise the unit commander whether the lock has been compromised and needs to be replaced or if only an additional key is needed.
AR 190-11 KEY CONTROL PDF
Are all keys listed on the key register by ke number, giving the location of the lock and the number of keys maintained for each lock as required by ARAppendix D-6d? The company commander of any company can authorize in writing the storage of training ammunition small caliber not to exceed a period of 10 days. TAB V The unit maintains a current record of all security containers, vault doors, and padlock combinations. ARpara a E. A 10 foot clear zone will be maintained on both sides of the fence at all times. Is a SF Security Container check Sheet being used to annotate openings and closings of the arms room as by recommended by Ft. The armorer will conduct a test of the IDS at least every 30 days.
Key Control SOP
Samunris TAB H 2 The combination to the vault is changed annually, after possible compromise or upon discharge, suspension or reassignment of a person having knowledge of the combination. Motor Pool Phone Numbers: Corrections to serial numbers on the inventory sheet will be noted and corrected prior to the next monthly serial number inventory. TAB R Personnel are familiar with the two —person rule and ensure it is implemented when applicable. Normal hours of operation for the main gates: Issues or controls keys undergone and satisfactorily completed a command oriented security screening, as required by ARpara b?
An informal memorandum will be used to document inspection results. The memorandum will be maintained for 3 years. Social security numbers will not be placed on the memorandum. The KCO will periodically inspect for compliance. Keys without serial numbers will be given one. Keys and padlocks will not be left unsecured. Required forms and records: a.
Zololrajas Has exterior and interior security lighting been provided for the building where the arms room is located, or has exterior lighting been provided for the arms storage building, as required by ARpara d 4? Personnel living in the barracks are prohibited from storing their privately owned weapons in their rooms. Refer to Annex C for key and lock control. The enclosure consists of pages.