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ANNEX A

PHYSICAL SECURITY REPORT

(Name of the group preparing the study)

TITLE: SECURITY STUDY OF (Name of the installation)

I. HISTORY:

A. The study of security was conducted during the period between (the
times and dates)

The following agents from (designation of the unit that conducted the
study).

1. Last name, first name of agent(s) in charge

2. Name

3. Name

B. MISSION OF THE UNIT OR INSTALLATION:

1. The unit ______________has the following mission.

2. Factors that affected the level of security.

a. Discuss the mission of the unit as it affected the
required security level.

b. Discuss the location of the unit.

c. Discuss the number and the name of similar installations.

d. Discuss the security classification for information and/or
material.

e. Discuss the general importance of the unit studied.

C. LAST STUDIES AND SECURITY INSPECTIONS:

1. Security study: (Date)

2. Security inspection: (Date)




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D. UNIT MAPS:

1. Sketches of the unit or installation.

2. Map of buildings (Annex "A" convincing document number _____)

II. MILITARY SECURITY SITUATION:

A. PHYSICAL AND MATERIAL SECURITY:

1. Natural barriers and exterior influencing factors:

a. Topographic description

1) Location of the installation or unit.

General limits:

a) North
b) South
c) East
d) West

2) Ground characteristics

a) According its shape (flat, mountainous, etc.)

b) According to its coverage (clear, etc.)

c) According to its contents (clay, etc.)

3) Type of terrain:

a) Natural:

(1) Hills (location, height, characteristics,
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b) Artificial:

(1) Canals, (location, width, depth, photograph, etc.)

(2) Water collectors

b. Immediate areas:

1) Unit, location at __________________________areas pertaining to
___________________surrounded by the following inhabitant groups.

a) Inhabitant groups

-- Population (distance, characteristics, etc.)

-- Settlement (main characteristic of the sector)

b) Educational establishments

-- Schools

-- Colleges

c) Social organizations

-- Number (location, distance, objectives)

-- Leaders (names, last names, identity number, place, address,
telephone, etc.)

d) Industries

-- If any (description)

e) Entertaining places

-- Restaurants, billiard rooms, taverns, etc. (characteristics)

f) Crime rate in the zone

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-- Police history (rubbery, crime, etc.)

g) Groups WITH ideologies contrary to the constituted order or power.

-- Investigations to ideologies that could affect the security of
the National Unit.

h) Foreigners

-- Names
-- Occupation
-- Nationality

c. Critical zones

1) Are the following installations:

a) Generators
b) Electricity control
c) Water measures
d) Fuel deposits
e) War materiel

2. Artificial barriers

a. Perimeter barriers

1) General Facts

a) The unit borders WITH walls from north, south, east
and west, extension, fencing, type of concrete.

b) The limits of the installation are:

-- North
-- South
-- East
-- West





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2) Fences

-- The unit has barbed wire fences, etc. to the north, south,
east and west, etc., describing direction, extension, type of fencing or barriers
they have (include a photograph).

3) Entrances

-- There are the following entrances in the unit:

-- A door (characteristics, measures, role)

-- An entrance (characteristics, measures, role)

-- Other doors (characteristics, measures, role)

3. Human barriers:

a. Guards and security systems

1) Guard personnel

a) General description

b) Guard service

2) Inspection and control of the guard

a) Inspection system

b) System for its control

3) Use of guards

-- Positions, if there are or are not enough

4) Guard's equipment

-- Disposition of armament, ammunition, equipment, etc.

b. Control and identification of persons

1) Personnel in charge of control

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2) Systems for control of persons

3) Identification cards for persons

4) Plant personnel (working inside the installation)

5) Visitors

6) Authorization to access the installation

7) Schedule of access

c. Control of identification of vehicles

1) Registry and control of vehicles

2) Visitor's vehicles (parking area)

3) Systems for inspection of vehicles, entering and exiting)

4) Illumination of perimeter (if enough, photograph)

d. Security of the inside area

1) There is no security

2) The unit has _______ (description of installations)

3) Built by_________ (description of rooms, floors, etc.)

4) The main doors to buildings are

5) The windows ________________


6) The upper part, doors, windows, etc., (in regards to
security)

4. Animal Barriers

a. If any (type and description)

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5. Energy barriers

a. Illumination system

1) If any (characteristics)

b. Alarm system

1) If any (characteristics)

c. Services

1) Electricity

a) Who supplies it

b) Is it enough or not, etc.

c) Water pressure

d) If water supply is enough or not

e) Uses

f) Water tanks

-- Description, characteristics, use, location, etc.

g) For emergency cases, if there are any other sources
or own places for collection of water.

d. Special cases

1) Fire fighting systems

a) Fire personnel

-- Plan to put out fires

-- Distance from firemen

-- Composition of firemen corps

-- Equipment used

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b) Fire-fighting equipment available at unit

-- If any (description and location)

c) Fire alarms

-- Description, auxiliary, etc.

d) Water

-- If the unit has water hydrants in case of
fire.

e) Counterintelligence plans

-- If any

2. Plan for defense of the camp

a) If any

B. PERSONNEL SECURITY:

1. Main personnel in the unit

Infantry, military intelligence, administrative, civilians, etc.

2. Number of persons

a. Plant personnel

1) Plant number

2) Troop personnel

3) Recruited personnel

3. Civilian employees. (identification and authorization cards, schedule
of entrance and exit)

a) Doctors

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c) Secretaries

d) Workers

e) Etc.

4. Others

a. Address of personnel in the general area.

b. Use of mobilization. (If there is any plan for mobilization of
personnel in general in case of emergency)

c. Investigation

1) If there have been any suspicious sinister activity, that
is, sabotage.

2) If there have been intention to cause fire.

3) Any illegal authority that has been registered.

d. Moral

1) Moral problems that affect the security

2) Military personnel accusations (when a military man
reports to his superior about any comrade)

3) If there is a registry of damages or lost material

4) Hatred among military or civilian personnel

e. Personnel identification control

1) Personnel identification method

-- If none, if they intend to have one

2) Visitor's control

-- If none, if they intend to have one


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C. DOCUMENT SECURITY:

1. Existing situation

Summary of percentage (%) of documents and classification (ULTRA-
SECRET, SECRET, CONFIDENTIAL). If there is no existing classification of
documents, if they wish to establish a system.

a. Preparation and reproduction:

1) The sections create sensitive or classified material

2) Precautions WITH paper ribbons, carbon paper, etc.

3) Document file. (location, adequate or not)

4) Destruction of documentation

5) Access to sensitive dependencies or secret documents

b. Classification and marking:

1) Markings should be placed in documents classified as:

a) Photographs

b) Film

c) Recordings

d) Letters

e) Drawings

f) Maps

2) They are properly stored

3) They are of easy access

-- Manner in which they are stored

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c. Re-classification of (classified documents)

1) If they have a higher echelon in each one of the cases

2) Registry and file of classified documentation

3) How the material is filed; ULTRA-SECRET, SECRET, CONFIDENTIAL.

4) Description of building where it is filed

5) Who files in each dependency

6) How long does it take for a person to do that work

d. Transmission

1) Verbal or written communications

2) Using military mail or other mail

3) Stations and telephone numbers and extension numbers

4) They use wire methods, such as telephone, radios, etc.

5) Messengers

a) Who are they

b) It is always the same person

c) They receive instructions for the fulfillment of their
work.

e. Dissemination

1) Who authorizes the handling of classified documents?

2) If documents are taken out of the office. Who gives the
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3) They keep the key to the files when they leave the office.

4) Who has that key?

5) If classified documents are taken out, if they need a receipt.
If they require previous authorization from their chief.

f. Message center

1) If there is:

a) Description and functioning

b) File description

c) Well or poorly attended

2) Facilities for storage of documents

a) Manner of storage

b) File style

c) Security keys

3) Receipts:

-- System for receiving documents

4) Incineration:

a) There are systems for incineration

b) Where does the incineration takes place?

5) Evacuation:

a) Evacuation plan

b) Vehicles

c) Assigned personnel

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e) Evacuation place

f) Security measures

g) If the classified material is identified

D. SECURITY OF TRANSPORTATION AND MOVEMENT:

1. History

a. They is a topographic chart of the place.

b. Transportation of the installation's personnel

c. Capacity for military transportation or supplied civilians.

2. Aspects to consider:

a. Coverage measures

1) If identity of installation, unit, or part of the vehicles
is known

2) Has signs, direction signs or posters

3) Vehicle or continuous transit and uniformed personnel

4) Principal or alternative roads

5) Main roads:

a) _______________towards unit
b) _______________towards unit

6) Alternative roads:

a) ________________.

b)_________________.

b. Personnel and or security or protection means

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2) Technical transportation security measures

3) Vehicles that are used in transporting the installation's
personnel.

a) Vehicles

b) Buses

c) Civilian buses

III. PHYSICAL SECURITY

A. Deficiencies found in the Study of Physical Security, conducted
previously, that could have effect over personnel security and the security of
documents.

1. Deficiency: ______________________________________

Recommendation: _________________________________

2. Deficiency: _______________________________________

Recommendation: __________________________________

B. PERSONNEL SECURITY:

1. Deficiency: ____________________________________

Recommendation: __________________________________

C. DOCUMENT SECURITY:

1. Deficiency: ______________________________________

Recommendation:_________________________________

D. SECURITY OF TRANSPORTATION AND MOVEMENT

1. We recommend to give the installation:

a. Transportation vehicles

1) Buses

2) Ambulances

3) Jeeps (trucks)

4) Loading transportation

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b. Coverage.

1) How could the unit cover the vehicles and their movement through
a false story if possible.

2) Access roads to the installation.

-- Main entrances for vehicles, pedestrians, etc.

3) Helicopter room

-- Where it could be possible

4) Parking room

-- Owned vehicles

-- Visitors' vehicles

-- Civilian vehicles

5) Security and protection personnel for the vehicles.

IV. ORIENTATION FOR EXIT

A. All the findings and recommendations were discussed during an
orientation WITH unit members:

(Name the participants in the group, WITH rank, last name, name, initials,
role)

1. _______________________________________

2. _______________________________________

3. _______________________________________

V. ANNEXES:

"A" Convincing document no. 1 Photograph

Convincing document no. 1 Legend








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"B" Physical Security:

Convincing document no. 1 Photograph

Convincing document no. 2 (Description)

"C" Personnel Security:

(Name the documents in the same manner than the ones above).

"D" Document and information security:

Convincing document no. 1 XXXXXXX

"E" Security of Transportation and Movement:

Convincing document no. 1 XXXXXXX

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1. SUMMARY: (Study of Physical Security)










2. CONCLUSION:

















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