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GROUP 3 1 LORETA C. TOLENTINOPolice Chief InspectorPNP-ASG 2BENLINER L. CAPILIPolice Senior InspectorPNP-ASG 3GHAZALI MAMACOTAOPolice Senior InspectorPNP-ASG

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GROUP 3 1 LORETA C. TOLENTINOPolice Chief InspectorPNP-ASG 2BENLINER L. CAPILIPolice Senior InspectorPNP-ASG 3GHAZALI MAMACOTAOPolice Senior InspectorPNP-ASG 4EDUARDO AGUELLESAirport Police LieutenantMIAA-APD 5ARNOLD V. NAPALANGAirport Security InspectorMIAA-ASIO 6JOSEN ROBLESAirport Security InspectorMIAA-ASIO 7DANILO R. INALVEZAirport Security InspectorMIAA-ASIO AIRPORT SECURITY MANAGEMENT TRAINING COURSE National Defense College of the Philippines Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City Slide 2 TERMINAL ACCESS CONTROL Slide 3 GENERAL OVERVIEW I. Introduction II. Legal : Source of Regulation to Access Control III. Presentation of Action Plan Part 1 - Overview of Current Terminal Access Control Part 2 - Findings/Vulnerabilities Part 3 - Recommendation Slide 4 I. INTRODUCTION Our Clusters presentation cover the implemented system on TERMINAL ACCESS CONTROL. Scope of the task includes the control on Passenger, Airport Worker/Staff, Authorized Personnel, and Vehicles at the designated CONTROLLED entry and exit points that are dependent on the policies set forth by the MIA Authority as stipulated in the NCASP and MIAA- ASP. Slide 5 II.LEGAL SOURCE OF REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO ACCESS CONTROL ANNEX 17 4.7.1 Each Contracting State shall ensure that the restricted areas are established at each airport serving international civil aviation and that procedures and identification systems are implemented in respect of persons and vehicles 4.7.2 Each Contracting State shall ensure that appropriate security controls, including background checks on persons other than passengers granted unescorted access to security restricted areas of the airport, are implemented. Slide 6 4.7.3 Each Contracting State shall require that measures are implemented to ensure adequate supervision over the movement of persons and vehicles to and from the aircraft in order to prevent unauthorized access to aircraft. Slide 7 PASSENGER ENTRANCE GATE Slide 8 INITIAL PASSENGER SCREENING Slide 9 FINAL PASSENGER SCREENING (Concourse Screening) Slide 10 ARRIVAL SCREENING CHECKPOINT Slide 11 PASSENGER HAND CARRY BAG CHECK Slide 12 III. ACTION PLAN PART 1 TERMINAL ACCESS CONTROL Passenger Airport Worker/Staffs Authorized Personnel Vehicles Facilities / Equipments Slide 13 Initial control on passenger, personnel & vehicles at designated CONTROLLED entry and exit points are mainly dependent on the following: Travel Document ID & Access Passes Aircraft Movement Area Decals Slide 14 Currently, for persons there are four (4) types of ID and Access Passes issued by the airport authority: PERSONNEL IDENTIFICATION CARD Annual ID Seasonal ID Monthly Pass Slide 15 TRANSFERABLE CARD OB Cards On Duty Cards STICK-ON ACCESS PASS Daily Visitors Pass Daily On Duty Pass VIP PASS Special Events (F-4) Dignitaries Lounge Ramp Tarmac Annual/Departure VIP Room Slide 16 VEHICLE REQUIREMENTS Access Passes for its passengers AMA Drivers Permit AMA Decal Slide 17 Internal terminal control normally depends according to building layout/design in regard to: FACILITIES EQUIPMENTS Slide 18 Terminal doorways, locks and keys are under the control and responsibility of the Airport Operations Department in coordination with Airport Security. Slide 19 Terminal Access Control Equipment are consist of the following Walk Thru Metal Detector X-Ray Machine Hand-Held Metal Detector CCTV Slide 20 III.Part 2 FINDINGS/VULNERABILITIES With the present access control system, we can still identify vulnerabilities as follow: Slide 21 A. System/Procedures/Policy/ Coordination inadequacies 1) Phone-in request 2) Disregard of pecking order 3) Issuance of annual/seasonal/ID to non- organic personnel 1. On IDs/Access Passes Slide 22 B.Insufficient coordination, communication and smooth working relationship with other agencies/concessionaires regarding policies on ID/Access control and issuance being effected. C.Disturbing deviation on airport security procedures Slide 23 Outmoded Maintenance Problem Insufficient coordination, communication and smooth working relationship with other agencies/concessionaires regarding lock & keys of terminals. 2. Equipment/Facilities Inadequacies Slide 24 Lack of adequately trained enforcement personnel on access gates and screening checkpoint. 3. Human Resources Inadequacies Slide 25 III. RECOMMENDATIONS Slide 26 A. SHORT TERM SHORT TERM Review& revision of SOPs Re-evaluation of performance of personnel Training Basic Training Re-Current Training Slide 27 TRAINING REQUIREMENTS SECURITY PERSONNEL Basic AVSEC Course (Mandatory Training ) Recurrency Training (Refreshers every two(2) years) Basic AVSEC Screener Training ( Specialty Training) NON-SECURITY PERSONNEL AVSEC Awareness Seminar Bomb Identification & Detection Bomb Threat Response Procedure Team Approach Concept in AVSEC Slide 28 B. MID TERM MID TERM Inventory on items Training Basic Training Re-Current Training Slide 29 C. LONG TERM LONG TERM Installation of Automated Door Acquisition of New Security Equipments Walk-Thru Metal Detectors X-Ray Machines Handheld Metal Detectors CCTV Handheld Radios Selection Slide 30 E. FUNDING / FINANCES 1.To provide infrastructure for OTS & other offices & agencies performing aviation security functions; 2.Purchase of modern aviation security equipment; and 3.Other projects and activities directly related to aviation security. Funding of the aviation security shall be appropriated out of the collections of Aviation Security Fee as authorized by Letter of Instruction No. 414-A as amended: The fees collected will be kept in a separate account in the name of NCASC and shall be spent for the following purposes: Slide 31 THANK YOU

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