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Anti-Terrorism / Force Protection (AT/FP)
Anti-Terrorism / Force Protection n n INDIVIDUAL PROTECTIVE MEASURES FAMILY PROTECTIVE MEASURES SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR CHILDREN TRAVEL SECURITY TIPS
INDIVIDUAL PROTECTIVE MEASURES n n OVERCOME ROUTINES MAINTAIN A LOW PROFILE BE SENSITIVE TO, AND CHANGES IN, THE SECURITY ATMOSPHERE BE PREPARED FOR UNEXPECTED EVENTS
OVERCOME ROUTINES Vary your route to and from work, n Vary your time you arrive and depart n Exercise on a varying schedule • (It is best not to exercise alone) n
OVERCOME ROUTINES n n n Avoid routines (time & location) for shopping, lunch, etc. Do not divulge family or personal information to strangers Enter and exit building through different doors, if possible
MAINTAIN A LOW PROFILE Dress and behave in public in a manner consistent with local customs
MAINTAIN A LOW PROFILE n Items that are distinctively American should not be worn or displayed outside American compounds unless necessary to accomplish official business • cowboy hats, • clothing adorned with American flags or • other national symbols, city or commercial logos, etc).
MAINTAIN A LOW PROFILE Show respect of local customs n Shun publicity n Do not flash large sums of money, expensive jewelry, or luxury items n
BE SENSITIVE To the CHANGES IN THE SECURITY ATMOSPHERE n n · Be alert for surveillance attempts, or suspicious persons/activities · Use the "buddy system"; travel in groups
BE SENSITIVE To the CHANGES IN THE SECURITY ATMOSPHERE n n n Watch for unexplained absences of local citizens as an early warning of possible attack Avoid public disputes or confrontations Do not unnecessarily divulge your home address, phone number, or family information
BE PREPARED FOR UNEXPECTED EVENTS n n n · Have a plan, "If this then…" If something happens MOVE, get out of the affected area Get into the habit of "checking in" to let friends and family know where you are or when to expect you
BE PREPARED FOR UNEXPECTED EVENTS n n Get into the habit of "checking in" to let friends and family know where you are or when to expect you Know how to use the local phone system and key phone numbers, always carry "telephone change"
BE PREPARED FOR UNEXPECTED EVENTS n n Know the locations of civilian police, military police, government agencies, US Embassy, and other safe locations where you can find refuge or assistance Know some key phrases in the local language
BE PREPARED FOR UNEXPECTED EVENTS n n Set up simple signal systems that can alert family members or associates that there is a danger Carry identification showing your blood type and any special medical conditions.
BE PREPARED FOR UNEXPECTED EVENTS Keep your personal affairs in good order. n Do not carry sensitive or potentially embarrassing items n
FAMILY PROTECTIVE MEASURES n n Although spouses and children are rarely targeted by terrorist, it is advisable that they also follow personal security precautions. Family awareness of personal security is the cornerstone of any protective effort
FAMILY PROTECTIVE MEASURES Stress the importance of security and the seriousness of the threat to the whole family n Cultivate mutual concern for security n
FAMILY PROTECTIVE MEASURES Know the family emergency plan and what to do and who to contact in an emergency n Vary routes and times when taking children to school or when shopping n
FAMILY PROTECTIVE MEASURES Avoid establishing a pattern when frequenting entertainment or recreational facilities n Know where you family members are at all times and encourage them to check in by telephone n
FAMILY PROTECTIVE MEASURES n Do not allow strangers into your home; • schedule deliveries, repairs, etc. n n Verify identity through credentials or other documents. Contact the agency/company they claim to represent
FAMILY PROTECTIVE MEASURES n Know your neighborhood; • get to know your neighbors n Be alert to strangers or vendors in your neighborhood
FAMILY PROTECTIVE MEASURES Establish a duress code so that family members can warn each other in case of an emergency n Report frequent wrong numbers or nuisance telephone calls n Limit publicity concerning yourself and your family n
FAMILY PROTECTIVE MEASURES Keep all outside doors and windows locked n Keep car, work and house keys separate and maintain accountability n Change locks if keys are compromised n
FAMILY PROTECTIVE MEASURES Do not accept unsolicited or suspicious packages n Never consent to requests from telephone repair persons that you not answer you telephone n
SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR CHILDREN Avoid isolated streets and play areas n Travel and play in groups n Never talk to strangers n Never go anywhere with a stranger n Keep family informed about unusual incidents n
SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR CHILDREN Never accept deliveries n Do not permit children to ride taxis/public transportation unescorted n Immediately report all attempt to question, annoy, or molest them n
SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR CHILDREN n Ensure school officials will only release children to a known member of the family or specifically authorized person
SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR CHILDREN Have children escorted to and from school n Keep family informed about whereabouts n Develop a family safety plan and practice it n Do not allow children to hitchhike n
SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR CHILDREN Never leave children at home unattended n Note all information about unusual incidents n Warn children not to leave school with strangers n
SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR CHILDREN n Familiarize children with police and fire stations; • teach them emergency procedures. n Teach children the proper use of the telephone. • They should know who and when to call for assistance.
TRAVEL SECURITY TIPS n n Statistics indicate that acts of violence are most often perpetrated against victims during periods of movement. The following tips are provide to decrease your vulnerability during travel.
TRAVEL SECURITY TIPS n The use of these security measures should be tempered by the nature or purpose of travel, • the time and fiscal resources available, as well as the means and circumstances under which travel is made.
TRAVEL SECURITY TIPS Do not assume that acts of violence "can't happen to me. " n Obtain and use tourist passport/visa whenever possible n
TRAVEL SECURITY TIPS Control distribution of itinerary and restrict detailed itinerary information n Remove all decals and insignia from your luggage, jackets, vehicles, etc. n
TRAVEL SECURITY TIPS n Avoid carrying potentially controversial materials • religious books, pornography, etc. ) n Curbside check-in if possible at the airport
TRAVEL SECURITY TIPS n Make copies of key documents and carry them separately • passport identification page, drivers license, credit cards, etc. ) n Travel in groups when possible where appropriate
TRAVEL SECURITY TIPS Identify any "hot spots" on itinerary n Avoid wearing military clothing n Do not use rank/position to make reservations n
TRAVEL SECURITY TIPS Carry extra medication, eyeglasses, and other medical necessities n Obtain/update will and power of attorney n
TRAVEL SECURITY TIPS Avoid routine schedules n Carry identification n
Summary n n n Always let some one know your plans Always check in and out Take different routes to and from Maintain a low profile Carry Identification Avoid taking to strangers
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