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Response Zone Guidelines
1. The response zone will be designed with a sufficient length to provide adequate
reaction time for security personnel to respond to a threat.
2. Active vehicle barriers will be provided at the termination of the ECF to provide the
capability to stop threat vehicles from using high-speed attacks to gain entry to the
installation.
Many of these design guidelines are illustrated in Figures 4.1 through 4.4. Figure 4.1
illustrates an ECF with manual identification and inspection procedures. Figure 4.2 illustrates
the same ECF operating using an automated access control system, similar to the one
described in Section 3.3.2. Figures 4.2 and 4.3 illustrate alternative layouts of the access
control zone utilizing pull-off inspection areas in lieu of a separate inspection lane. The
following sections provide further detailed design guidelines for the layout of the entry control
facility.
Overhead
Rejection
Canopy
Rejection
Guard Positions, Tandem
Point #1
Point #2
Processing at Primary
Reversible
Channelization Island
Lane
Truck / Visitor Lane
Secondary
Portable Inspection
POV Inspection
Channelization Island
Equipment
Area
Figure 4.1Access Control Zone Operated by Security Personnel
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