NS Newport Community


Armory and Range

Building 440, Peary Street
Armory: 401-841-4144

Pass and ID Office

Building 1377, Cloyne Court
Phone: 401-841-3126/3388
Email: W_NWPT_GPASS_ID_GS01@navy.mil

Use the above email to contact the entire Pass and ID staff. Please remember that if you transmit sensitive information (Social Security numbers, full names, birthdays, addresses, etc.) you should encrypt the email to prevent identity theft.

To drive on the installation, personnel and their family members must present two forms of valid government-issued identification cards. For all other visitors, contractors or other access requests, please contact the Pass and ID Office for instructions about the admission process.

Police Headquarters

Building 1373, Simonpietri Drive
Emergency: 911
Police Dispatcher: 401-841-4041/3241/3242
Fax: 401-841-2648
Detectives: 401-841-4004
Fax: 401-841-3120
Security Director, Precinct Commander: 401-841-3025
Antiterrorism Officer: 401-841-4035
Police Operations Officer: 401-841-2646
Watch Commanders: 401-841-2260/2595
Patrol Supervisors: 401-841-2039/2926
Physical Security Officer: 401-841-7399
Administration: 401-841-2122
Supply and Logistics: 401-841-4084
Training: 401-841-6645

Assistance from the community plays a major role in helping the naval station’s Security Department. Suspicious activity should be reported to the police dispatcher immediately, and emergencies via 911. Individuals are encouraged to report anything out of the ordinary and may remain anonymous. The naval station’s police force is a full-service law enforcement agency that maintains close ties with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies. Federal police officers attend the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center and maintain 24-hour daily patrols of the installation, tenant commands and surrounding federal property. Police patrol officers enforce all laws and regulations, including United States Code, the UCMJ, assimilated Rhode Island law and applicable instructions. They ensure the integrity of installation access points, offer assistance to those in need and proactively serve to detect, deter and defend against terrorist activity. Detectives are on staff to investigate criminal activity and liaise with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service. The coordinated efforts of all divisions and branches of the Security Department ensure protection and service to our community. The security director and operations officer are responsible for maintaining the quality, professionalism and training of personnel and provide a link from the public to the commanding officer, as well as gather data and identify trends of criminal and security concerns so station law enforcement and security resources are utilized to their maximum potential.

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