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Naval Security Detachment

Naval Security Detachment

 

Kings Bay_2019 Services Available at Kings Bay Naval Security Detachment

The Security Detachment, manned by active-duty military, DOD civilians and contract security personnel, provides physical security and law enforcement services to Kings Bay. Kings Bay Navy Police take pride in being a “community-policing” organization and are dedicated to providing professional, progressive services to the base community.

Serving as caretakers of the community, Navy Police are committed to “proactive” versus “reactive” policing. This commitment is manifested through a wide variety of programs focused on community interaction through a highly refined crime prevention program.

Possession or transportation of privately owned firearms or weapons on base is prohibited, except for registered hunters or special events. Weapons may be kept in family housing if they are registered with Security. However, weapons cannot be kept in barracks rooms. Security is at 1115 Henry Clay Blvd., Building 2026. Call the Watch Commander at 912-573-9697 regarding storing and transporting weapons or other security issues.

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