JBER INSTALLATION ACCESS CONTROL
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INSTALLATION GATE AND SEARCH HOURS ON JBER
Hours for Boniface Gate/VCC, Richardson VCC and Muldoon Gate updated January 21, 2015
1. Muldoon Gate is located at the entrance to JBER on Provider Drive. The gate hours of operation are Monday through Friday, from 5 am - midnight, and Saturday & Sunday from 9 am - midnight. On holidays and down days gates will operate on weekend hours.
1.1. Boniface Gate is located at the entrance to JBER on Vandenberg Ave. This gate is operated 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
1.3. Post Road Gate is located at the entrance to JBER on Pease Ave. The gate hours of operation are 7 days a week, from 6 am - 6 pm, or when directed by higher authority.
1.3. Post Road CVI area is located 100 meters inside the Post Road gate. Hours of operation are 7 days a week from 6 am - 6 pm.
1.4. Government Hill Gate is located at the entrance to JBER on Arctic Warrior Dr. The gate hours of operation are Monday through Thursday 6 am - 10 pm, Fridays 5:30 am - 11 pm, Saturdays 6 am - 11 pm, Sundays 6 am - 10 pm. On UTA weekends opens at 5:30 am. On holidays and down days gates will operate on weekend hours.
1.5. D Street Gate (Richardson) is located at the entrance of JBER on D St. The gate hours of operation are 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
1.7. Arctic Valley Gate is located on Arctic Valley Road, it is an exit only gate, and is manned from 3 pm -6 pm Monday through Friday.
2. VISITOR CONTROL CENTERS (VCC):
2.1. Boniface Visitor Control Center (VCC) is located in Bldg 3711, adjacent to the Boniface Gate on Vandenberg Dr. The hours are 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
2.2. Richardson VCC is located in Bldg 47303, on D Street. The hours are 5 am to 9 pm 7 days a week.
2.4. The VCC parking lots on JBER have been designated as short term parking areas. Vehicles left parked over 1 hour will be cited by the 673rd Security Forces Squadron utilizing a DD Form 1408 and may be towed at the vehicle owner's expense.
2.5. Personnel working at the Visitor Control Centers will not accept packages on any person's, section's or unit's behalf. Delivery personnel must deliver items directly to the intended customer.
3. VENDOR, TAXI, FAST FOOD DELIVERIES AND COMPANY VEHICLE ACCESS PROCEDURES:
3.1. All commercially and company marked vehicles 3/4 ton and larger will be granted primary access to JBER through Post Road CVI 7 days a week from 6 am -6 pm. Post Road CVI area will be the only authorized CVI area on Saturday and Sunday from 6 am - 6 pm. Aurora Housing employees with a valid CAC card are authorized to utilize any gate. NOTE: Individual must have been previously identified by Aurora Housing to 673 SFS, have been screened through the Contractor Verification System (CVS) process and issued a CAC. If not, they are required to utilize Post Road Gate.
3.2. Fast food, courtesy shuttles, and taxis are eligible for a JBER DBIDS card not exceeding 180 days at a time and may enter through any gate at any time, provided they have a JBER DBIDS card and a delivery slip. The delivery slip must have a customer name, delivery address, and phone number. Verification by Installation Entry Controllers/VCC personnel will be randomly conducted by calling customers at random to ensure the driver is entering the installation for a legitimate delivery purpose. Fast food and courtesy shuttle drivers are not authorized to sponsor personnel on the installation.
3.3. All contractors must possess a valid JBER DBIDS card or AF Form 75 in conjunction with a valid Federal or State issued ID. Each contractor must possess his/her own pass.
3.4. Local taxi service companies who wish to provide frequent and recurring access to JBER for an extended period of time may request a JBER DBIDS card for their drivers by emailing the Base Access office at firstname.lastname@example.org. Once approved, the driver will present required documents and then be issued a 180-day JBER DBIDS pass.
3.5. Fast food, taxi, and courtesy shuttle drivers who attempt entry without reason will be denied access. The event will be annotated in the JBER SFS blotter.
3.6. The Base Access List (BAL) will be utilized by all Base Access personnel to determine need and length of long term passes for contractors, taxi drivers, and vendors.
4. DENIAL OF UNESCORTED ACCESS TO JBER
4.1. Personnel that are identified as having the following circumstances in their criminal history will be denied access and access credentials:
4.2. The individual is known to be or reasonably suspected of being a terrorist.
4.3. The Service is unable to verify the individual's claimed identity.
4.4. There is a reasonable basis to believe the individual has submitted fraudulent information concerning his or her identity.
4.5. There is a reasonable basis to believe the individual will attempt to gain unauthorized access to classified documents, information protected by the Privacy Act, information that is proprietary in nature, or other sensitive or protected information.
4.6. There is a reasonable basis to believe the individual will unlawfully or inappropriately use an access credential for unauthorized purposes.
4.7. There is a reasonable basis to believe, based on an individual's criminal history that issuance of an access credential poses an unacceptable risk to the military mission or base security; or considered their presence on the installation to be a threat to morale, good order and discipline, to include any felony conviction within the last three years.
4.8. The individual has been barred from entry to an Alaskan Command (ALCOM) Federal installation or facility.
4.9. The individual is wanted by federal or civil law enforcement authorities, regardless of offense or violation.
4.10. The person has been convicted of espionage, sabotage, treason, terrorism, or murder at any point in their life.
4.11. Name appears on any federal agency's "watch list" or "hit list" for criminal behavior or terrorist activity.
4.12. The person has been convicted of a felony firearms or explosives violation within the past ten years.
4.13. The person has been convicted of a crime involving armed robbery, rape, sexual assault, or other sexual misconduct, human trafficking, or drug possession with intent to sell or distribute at any point in their life.
4.14. The individual has knowingly and willfully engaged in acts or activities designed to overthrow the U.S. Government by force at any point in their life.
4.15. Individuals denied access will be sent an Access Denial letter via their on base sponsor. Individuals may provide mitigating circumstances surrounding their case to the Installation Commander, through the Base Access section within 45 days of the dated letter for a final determination concerning their base access privileges. At no point in time should information from a criminal background check (APSIN or NCIC) be disseminated to the record subject or anyone not authorized to receive the information. All requests for personally identifiable information (PII) from individuals under this provision will include a Privacy Act notice. Determinations made by the installation commander for barments or denied access are considered final. Personnel who do not rebut denial letters within 60 days will be considered final and denied access for a period of one year.