Goltilmaran It is only in draft form right now personally I am getting tired of all the changes yes changes needed to be made, but it seems like for the past 4 years it ad been one huge circle with all of this. Af are we doing here? I almost cried laughing. If there must be a PAT then it needs to reflect for age, and the disabilities that officers have that got them the job in the first place.
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General 1—1. This regulation applies to all Department of the Army civilian personnel in career series and and to contract security personnel employed by the U. References Required and related publications and prescribed and referenced forms are listed in appendix A.
Explanation of abbreviations and terms Abbreviations and special terms used in this regulation are explained in the glossary. Responsibilities a. Provost Marshal General. The Deputy Chief of Staff, G—1. These policies include recruitment and placement, reassignment and termination, job evaluation, classification, pay administration, development of model job descriptions and pay grades in coordination with the Office of the Provost Marshal General.
Deputy Chief of Staff, G—4. Heads of other Army Staff agencies. Commanding General, U. Army Training and Doctrine Command. Army Medical Command. Commanding Generals, Army commands, Army service component commands, and direct reporting units. Establish adequate performance work statements to include minimum qualifications for security guard personnel, along with a corresponding Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan for security guard services contracts.
This will assist contracting officers to negotiate contracts to specific security guard needs and ensure only qualified, capable, reliable, and trustworthy personnel are assigned by the contractor to perform such work. For GOCO facilities, work performance standards will be established by the command issuing or modifying the contract for the operation and maintenance of the facility.
Other commanders. Directors of Emergency Services, provost marshals, and designated representatives. This will assist contracting officers to negotiate contracts to specific security guard needs and to ensure that only qualified, capable, reliable, and trustworthy personnel are assigned by the contractor to perform such work. Civilian Personnel Advisory Center. Provide for the overall security of Army installations and activities by employing civilian personnel to perform security and law enforcement services.
Waivers and exceptions Waivers and exceptions are deviations from requirements prescribed in this regulation. A waiver may be approved for temporary relief from a specific requirement prescribed in this regulation pending actions to conform to the requirement. A waiver may be approved for a period not to exceed 12 months and be extended only after a review of the circumstances that necessitate the extension.
An exception may be approved for permanent relief from a specific requirement prescribed in this regulation. Waivers and exceptions except for medical. Waivers and exceptions will be coordinated with the PM or security officer and the servicing staff judge advocate SJA , at a minimum.
Commanders in the chain of command will review and endorse each waiver or exception request. The U. Approval procedures. Exceptions previously granted. Exceptions previously granted under the criteria of the preceding version of this regulation, dated 15 October , remain valid under the provisions of this regulation.
Such exceptions need not be resubmitted for approval. Chapter 2 Personnel Qualification and Selection 2—1. Basic character traits Basic character traits of honesty, courtesy, tact, cooperation, personal appearance, and bearing are important factors required of civilian police and security guards. Personal qualities of good conduct and character, integrity, dependability, and good mental and physical fitness also are required of such personnel. Qualification standards a.
Job-related functions, such as strenuous activity, physical exertion, physical ability, and levels of stress as they pertain to a specific job will be considered for both routine and emergency operations. Physical requirements will be per OPM qualification standards, conditions of employment, and the command job analyses and will be standardized at each installation or activity.
Positions requiring more stringent physical demands, such as special reaction team, will be supported by valid job analyses and written performance plans approved by the Office of the Provost Marshal General.
In preparing job analyses, careful consideration must be given to whether waivers of physical demands can be considered. For those positions requiring more stringent physical demands, meeting the physical requirements is a condition to retain that pay level. These medical standards and evaluation guidelines are designed to ensure the new hires for a guard or police position and current employees are capable of performing the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.
For temporary medical restrictions see appendices C and D. Employment security screening procedures a. The time period covered by the security screening will be since age If the hiring organization does not have a NCIC terminal, they may submit a request to their immediate headquarters who can request another Army installation conduct the check, or they may request support through a local police or sheriff department.
Army Crime Records Center, U. The Gun Control Act of , will be made as part of the preemployment screening. The commander will be notified of all exceptions. The security screening requirements in paragraphs 2—3a, b, and c above, also apply to CSG personnel, except the contractor will be responsible for conducting the security screening checks.
The contracting officer, in conjunction with the PM, will include in the solicitation, contract, SOW, and PWS, a requirement that security guard personnel meet the suitability requirements of this regulation, as well as appropriate security clearance requirements of AR —67 and DOD In addition to the above requirements, CSGs not required to have security clearances will undergo a national agency check with local records and credit check NACLC as part of the security guard services contract.
The supporting government security officer, in coordination with the contracting officer and PM, will render a fitness determination. Commanders outside of the United States will establish necessary security screening procedures for CSG personnel to ensure the spirit and intent of this regulation are met. The cooperation of the host country will be requested. Drug testing a. These requirements will be incorporated in any contract for security guard services.
Chapter 3 Individual Reliability Program 3—1. General a. The IRP provides a means of assessing the reliability and suitability of individuals being considered for employment, and for continuous assessment of personnel assigned to civilian police and security guard positions.
In order for the IRP to work, total team effort and interaction is necessary. Supervisors at all levels have an inherent responsibility to inform the commander of all cases of erratic performance and poor judgment by personnel, on or off duty, that could affect on-the-job reliability. Exemption a. Security guards performing duties associated with nuclear, biological select agents and toxins, and chemicalsurety material including nuclear reactors covered under the Personnel Reliability Program criteria and procedures in AR 50—1, AR 50—5, and AR 50—6 are exempt from the requirements of this chapter.
Contract security force personnel will be subject to the work rules established by the responsible contractor regarding discipline and termination of employment. Contractor personnel are governed by the terms of the contract, and the contractor is responsible for compliance and discipline.
Problems or concerns regarding contractor performance will be referred to the COTR. Policy a. Security guards performing duties associated with nuclear, biological select agents and toxins, and chemicalsurety material including nuclear reactors will comply with the Personnel Reliability Program criteria and procedures contained in AR 50—1, AR 50—5, and AR 50—6. Applicability The IRP is a condition of employment and applies to— a.
Employees currently in such positions. The CSGs. Certifying official a. The IRP CO will be the commander charged with the maintenance of good order and discipline at an installation, activity, or stand-alone facility. The PM, DES, or designated command security and law enforcement representative may, in turn, further delegate this function to a senior individual within the PM or security and law enforcement office.
Disqualifying factors a. Contractor personnel will undergo drug testing before the CO may certify contract personnel into the IRP, consistent with the terms of the contract. Contractor personnel in the IRP will undergo periodic testing on a random basis to ensure the deterrent value of testing, consistent with the terms of their contract. The CO will maintain this documentation until the individual is removed from the IRP then the documentation will be destroyed.
A copy of the memorandum for record will be provided to the employee, who will sign the document, acknowledging receipt and that he or she may rebut the matters asserted, in writing, within a reasonable time normally five working days. The Gun Control Act of , the individual must be temporarily removed from any duties requiring the carrying of a firearm, pending the outcome of any investigation, inquiry, or action.
Unreliability determination a. If disqualified under the IRP, an individual cannot carry a weapon or perform any law enforcement or security duties.
Records review The CO will establish a system for periodic review at least annually of employee records to ensure any adverse information added to the file after initial certification is reviewed and considered. The CO will review available personnel records, and those records obtained as the result of the employment security screening procedures see chap 2 , and make a suitability re-determination.
During this review, the CO will conduct an IRP review and briefing with the employee to reaffirm the program standards and continued evaluation. Medical evaluation a. A licensed medical provider will review the results of the initial and periodic medical evaluations see para 2—2b to determine if the employee can take the PAT and perform the essential job functions, with or without reasonable accommodation. After the personnel and medical records are screened, the CO will determine if the person is acceptable for assignment to, or retention in, the IRP.
The DA Form will be used to record screening and evaluation of Army employees and contract personnel. Continuing evaluation a. Continuing evaluation of IRP personnel is essential. Any incident or problem that might be cause for temporary or permanent removal from IRP duty must be promptly reported to the CO, IRP personnel, supervisors, and personnel officers. Oral or telephone notice will be confirmed in writing.
Private physicians must have the consent of the patient to release such information. To ensure COs are aware of patterns of behavior that may indicate unreliability, installations and activities will establish systems to include documentation related to discipline of employees in both supervisor and employee records.
If the commander becomes aware of behavior that may reflect adversely on an employees loyalty, as outlined in AR —67, a DA Form —R Report of Unfavorable Information for Security Determination will be forwarded to the Commander, U.
AR 190-56 Uniform Appearance and Conduct Standards
General 1—1. This regulation applies to all Department of the Army civilian personnel in career series and and to contract security personnel employed by the U. References Required and related publications and prescribed and referenced forms are listed in appendix A. Explanation of abbreviations and terms Abbreviations and special terms used in this regulation are explained in the glossary. Responsibilities a. Provost Marshal General.
ar 190-56 army civilian police & security program
(U//FOUO) U.S. Army Regulation 190-56 Civilian Police and Security Guard Program