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Denial/Exit
Denial/Exit
Alternate
Guard
Position
Pull-Off
Final
Gate-
ID
/ Late
Barrier
house
Check
Inspection
Offsite /
Denial/Exit
Centralized
Truck
Inspection
Security/
Inspection
Escort
Office
Parking
Denial/Exit
ID Check/
Cargo
Truck
Handling /
Waiting
Storage
Final
Truck
Inspection
Barrier
Holding
Area
Figure 3.3 Commercial Vehicle / Truck Inspection (Centralized or Included)
3.3 ECF Organization / Structure
An Entry Control Facility (ECF) is defined as the access point for pedestrian and vehicular
traffic into an installation or restricted area. An ECF can be subdivided into four zones, each
encompassing specific functions and operations. Beginning at the installation property
boundary, the zones include the approach zone, access control zone, response zone, and the
safety zone. Specific components are used within each zone to conduct the necessary
operation (1). The location of each zone of an entry control facility is illustrated in Figure 3.4.
Figure 3.4 Entry Control Point Zones
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