AR 190-14 PDF

History. This UPDATE printing publishes a r e v i s i o n o f t h i s p u b l i c a t i o n . B e c a u s e t h e publication has been extensively revised, the changed. Pub/Form Number, AR Pub/Form Date, 03/12/ Pub/Form Title, CARRYING OF FIREARMS AND USE OF FORCE FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT AND. AR – Law Enforcement Reporting. This major revision, dated 27 September o Adds a requirement for chain of command.

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Additional requirements for the use of firearms:.

Carrying Firearms While Aboard Commercial and. Forward one copy of i m p l e m e n t i n g d o c u m e n t s t o t h e A s s i s t a n t S e c r e t a r y o f D e f e n s e Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence and the Inspector General, Department of Defense within days.

Weapons may be carried off an installation by DoD personnelengaged 190–14 official duties when authorized by the Heads of the DoD Components or their designees. Requires that the principles defined in this Directive on use of deadly force with firearms be applied equally to personnel using any weapon or equipment which, when properly employed in their intended application, would exert deadly force.

The authorization to carry firearms will be issued only to 190-114 personnel when there is a reasonable expectation that life or Department of the Army DA assets will be jeopardized if firearms are not carried. Requires establishing criteria for compliance with its provisions by contract security forces.

The procedures for use of deadly force are in section B. This revision provides guidance on the carrying of firearms and the use of force by personnel engaged in law enforcement and security duties. Firearms will not be issued indiscriminately for that purpose. Procedures The procedures for the arming of DoD Law enforcement and security personnel, the use of deadly force, and the carrying of firearms aboard aircraft are in enclosures 1 through 3, respectively.

If the firearm is carried in the baggage, the weapon will be unloaded and securely locked in the baggage. Reissues reference areplaces reference band consolidates policy and procedures for carrying of firearms and use of deadly force by DoD military and civilian personnel engaged in law enforcement or security duties.


Law enforcement activities, including investigations of espionage, sabotage, and other serious crimes in which DoD programs, personnel, or property are the victim, qr. Deputy Secretary of Defense. Contract security force requirements, 3—2.

Consume no alcoholic beverages eight hours before or during. Place ammunition in an ammunition pouch or other suitable container in the baggage with the firearm, or in a different piece of luggage. Assets Involving Ad Security. Alcohol use, 2—7 and 4—3 Authority to carry firearms Armed, 2—2 Authorizing officials, 2—1 Documentation, 2—4 Procedures, 2—3 Concealed weapons, 2—8 Contract security force requirements, 3—2 Deadly force, 3—2 Definitions, Glossary Drug use, 2—7 Eligibility, 2—5 Exceptions to the regulation, 1—5 Firearms Aboard aircraft, 4—1 Non-Government issue, 2—6 Restrictions, 2—6 Safeguarding, 2—9 Use of, 3—2 Forms, DA Form2—4 Nonlethal devices, 3—1 Personal protection, 2—1, 2—2 P e r s o n ag p r o h i b i t e d f r o m c a r r y i n g f i r e arms, 2—7 Policy, 1—5 Purpose, 1—1 Qualification, 2—5 References, Appendix A Responsibilities, 1—4 Training, 2—5 Transportation other than aircraft, 4—5 Use of force, 3—1 Warning shots, 3—2.

Deadly force will be used only as set forth in chapter 3.

Be knowledgeable of danger and limitations on use of firearms. Transportation other than aircraft, 4—5. For contract security forces, use of deadly force criteria will be. Personnel to be issued a firearm shall be briefed thoroughly on their individual responsibilities 109-14 shall receive the mandatory training as required by this Directive.

In a combat zone in time of war. Authorizations must be approved by the Heads of the DoD Components, or their designees. No further restrictions on the carrying of firearms in medical treatment facilities may be imposed on personnel performing law enforcement or security duties.

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Before DoD personnel board the aircraft, the commercial airlines representative or the passenger service 1900-14 shall be notified by the unit commander or officer in charge of the charter that weapons shall be carried aboard the aircraft. If an emergency occurs and the at cannot be notified 1 hour before the plane departs, then the airline shall be notified expeditiously. References Required and related publications and prescribed and referenced forms are listed in appendix A.


Personnel shall possess written authorization to carry firearms; i. Firearms shall be returned to a designated control point on com-pletion of the assignment for storage and accountability in accordance with Component procedures.

Chapter 3 Use of Ad 3—1. If the firearm is not required during the flight, the person carrying the firearm shall:.

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Consume no alcoholic beverages 8 hours before or during the flight. Protecting the President of the United States, high ranking Government officials, DoD personnel, or foreign dignitaries.

A waiver under such situations does not preclude the requirement for written authorization to carry a firearm. Personnel traveling from the continental United States to an overseas area in a temporary duty status must obtain advanced authorization from the applicable overseas authorizing official to carry a firearm for personal protection in that overseas area.

Does not apply to DoD personnel engaged in military operations and subject to authorized rules of engagement, or assigned to 1900-14 in the following areas or situations, arr defined by an Executive order or a DoD Directive: Firearms not ag in flight If the firearm is not required during the flight, the person carrying the firearm will— a.

AR Carrying Of Firearms And Use Of Force For Law Enforcement And Security Duties

Before DA personnel board the aircraft, the commercial airlines representative or the passenger service representative will be notified by the unit commander or officer-in-charge of the charter that weapons will be carried aboard the aircraft. In evaluating the degree of force required for specific law enforcement or security situations, at following options should be considered in the order listed:.

Requirements concerning use of the MP club and chemical aerosol projectors apply only ra these items are issued and carried on duty.