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MIL-HDBK-1013/1A
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(1) Political Considerations. The relationship with
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the public, including on-post and off-post personnel.
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(a) Adjacent Landowners or Other Tenant
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Organizations. Assess potential problems, such as high-
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intensity security lighting's impact on neighbors, the
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safety of neighbors, and inconveniences such as traffic
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restrictions. Identify any neighbors requiring special
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consideration.
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(b) Appearance. Consider the public perception
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of the appearance of a proposed security facility,
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site, or area. For example, public perception of a
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"fortress" may be either desirable or undesirable.
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(c) Public Access. Identify restrictions on
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limiting public access to a facility, a site, or an
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area of an installation.
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(d) Political Climate. Consider how the local
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situation influences facility design or land use
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decisions. Politically unpopular decisions may actually
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attract acts of aggression to completed facilities.
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(2) Financial Considerations. Establish funding
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limitations for security based on such criteria as
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regulations, available budget, or the planning team's
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judgement of a reasonable limit for security costs.
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Describe limitations in terms of actual cost or
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percentage of facility cost.
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(3) Regulations. Consider other government
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regulations which pertain to design. Ensure that all
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pertinent regulations are cited and identify any which
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are not. Also consider requirements imposed by the
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installation's physical security plan, local building
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codes, life safety, and occupational safety and health
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codes or regulations.
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(4) Procedural or Operational Considerations.
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Installation or facility user requirements related to
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operations in either normal or heightened threat
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conditions. Examples include:
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(a) Deliveries. Requirements related to how and
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where deliveries or pickups are to be made, e.g., mail,
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supplies, material, and trash, service or construction
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vehicles.
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Figure 3
Checklist of Other Design Constraints and Requirements
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