FORCE PROTECTION

Topics:

Security
Parking
Unmanned Aircraft Reporting
Visitor Information


 

Security

In any large community like the Navy, law enforcement & security are essential. Whether executing crime prevention programs or carrying out anti-terrorism measures, the Sailors at Naval Base Kitsap working in law enforcement and security are trained to deal with any situation.
Force Protection's mission is to prevent or mitigate hostile actions against personnel, resources and facilities, to detect, deter, and defeat terrorism, to protect life, property, and the right of individuals, and enforce rules, regulations and statutes.

"SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING"

Report suspicious activity to the Regional Dispatch Center by calling 360.396.4444.

Report an emergency or a crime in progress by calling 9-1-1

For non-emergencies, call the NBK Security Desk:

Bangor: 360.396.6555
Bremerton: 360.476.7299
 

Parking Office

In order for all civilian and military personnel to obtain parking on Naval Base Kitsap installations, members must register their vehicle with the base at the parking office or visitor control center, have a valid NBK parking permit, a Washington state disabled parking placard or plate, or a military parking decal affixed to their vehicle. Additionally, all personnel must have current vehicle insurance and vehicle registration and available in the vehicle at all times.

Due to the limited parking availability onboard NBK and an estimated four personnel needing a parking spot, it’s trusted upon everyone to be courteous to those with proper credentials to park in marked areas.

All vehicles onboard NBK must be registered on base through the Visitor Control Center or the Parking Office.

There is no open parking from 5:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Parking passes are required to park on NBK-Bremerton.

NBK strictly enforces these policies, so please be sure you those in your command and work centers are in compliance.

For any parking complaints please call the parking office during normal business hours or email at traffic.and.parking.complaints@navy.mil.

Detailed information can be found in Naval Base Kitsap Instruction 5560.13C: Parking Regulations.

  • Disabled Parking – Disabled parking spaces onboard NBK are reserved for personnel with a valid permit and a Washington State disabled license plate and a NBK parking pass for any lot in Bremerton. Handicapped spaces are reserved 24/7 and are not authorized for open parking. See Washington State Department of Licensing (WA DOL) for state requirements.

  • Carpool & Vanpool Parking – Parking within this area must have a Kitsap Transit Carpool pass and a NBK parking pass for all NBK bases. Carpool/ vanpool manager must register all members in the carpool verify a spot is available through the NBK Parking Office prior to visiting Kitsap Transit. Once a spot is available through the Parking Office, the Kitsap Transit pass must be taken to the Parking Office, stamped with a lot number, and visibly displayed. The carpool/vanpool placard must be validated by the parking office every time the decal is renewed or risk the loss of the parking pass.

  • Designated Spaces – Carpool/Vanpool, handicap, executive, contact relief (CR) and Individual spaces – such as commanding officer, executive officer, and command master chief, are never authorized for the “open parking after 1430 rule". All other spaces are open parking from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. the next business day.

  • Unaccompanied Housing (UH)/Barracks – Sailors residing in the barracks must have a UH decal in order to park in their corresponding barracks lots and garages. The UH parking garage is not authorized for long-term storage, regardless of whether or not the Sailor is maintaining their residence during their period of absence.

  • Civilians – Department of Defense (DoD) civilian personnel working at NBK-Bremerton may apply for a permit to park on base by filling out a parking application. Permits are assigned as spaces become available, based upon Service Computation Date. Retired military who work at NBK-Bremerton are considered civilians for parking purposes and shall not park in any active duty spaces or display any active duty parking decals.

  • Long-Term parking – no vehicle is authorized to stay in the same space for longer than 72 hours on NBK with the exception of Barracks personnel in barrack lots which will be 30 days. Any personnel parked in spaces longer than authorized risks any combination of the following: citation, suspension of base driving privileges and tow or impound. Any Military or DoD employee are authorized storage in the NBK fleet deployed lot during any deployment or TDY/TAD for 30 days or longer. If less than 30 days, members will be required to find other legal parking arrangements. Members who are authorized to park in the fleet deployed lot will contact the fleet deployed manager in the Bangor office at 360-396-4662.

  • Worker-Driver Buses – The Worker-Driver Bus program provides transportation from all over Kitsap County to the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard (PSNS). Routes and Schedules are available on the Kitsap Transit website. For more information, contact Kitsap Transit at 360-373-2877.

  • Restrictions – No unauthorized vehicles may be parked in any of the aforementioned areas, nor may vehicles park in any non-designated parking areas to include:

    • within 15 feet of a fire hydrant or 30 feet of a stop sign or intersection

    • within five feet of either side of a driveway at any curb or parking end cap with restrictive red, white, or yellow marking

    • contrary to posted signs prohibiting or limiting parking

    • any manner which constitutes a hazard to moving vehicles

    • any manner restricting access to other parked vehicles. 

    • vehicles must be in a marked stall with a white line on each side.

  • Booting – Vehicles with three or more citations, and-or illegally parked will be booted.

  • Towing – A towing order will be issued for vehicles with excessive tickets, or have been booted with no claimant for more than 72 hours or appear to be abandoned. Any vehicle meeting criteria for an immediate tow will be towed off base at the owner’s expense.

For questions, contact the NBK Parking Office:

NBK-Bremerton office, Bldg. 433, Room 139 (inside the Charleston Gate)
360.627.4023
360.627.4022 Parking Manager
Hours of operation:
Mon.-Fri., 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Traffic Court is open on Tues. and Thurs., 0830-1100 and 1230-1430
Closed on weekends

NBK-Bangor office, Bldg. 1200, Room 517
360.396.4662
Mon. to Fri., 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Traffic Court is open Tues., 8:30 a.m. – 11 a.m., and Thurs., 12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Closed on weekends
 

Unmanned Aircraft Reporting

In accordance with COMNAVREG NW NOTICE 3501.1, it is prohibited to operate Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), Unmanned Aircraft (UA), Non-Traditional Airborne Technology (NTAT), or devices considered as aerial “drones” on Naval Base Kitsap without authority granted by the Commanding Officer.

Under this instruction, UAS/UA/NTAT are defined as follows:

  • An unmanned aircraft, non-traditional airborne technology, or drone is a device that is used, or is intended to be used, for flight in the air with no onboard pilot.

  • The nomenclature depends on the circumstances of which government agency or non-government entity is involved.

  • A device that can be controlled either manually or through autopilot using a global positioning system or datalink to connect the pilot to the device.

  • A device that can be powered by propellers, single or multiple rotors and turbine engines.

  • A device that can be used for surveillance, commercial and recreational purposes.

How to report a sighting:

If you observe a UA onboard NBK installations – Bangor, Bremerton, Keyport, Manchester, and Jackson Park – you should immediately call 360-315-4064. This is the NON-emergency line directly into the Regional Dispatch Center. You may also call the NBK Command Duty Officer at 360-340-5335.

When calling to make a report, please provide the following information:

  • Location – general reference point, landmark, street intersections, facilities

  • Description – general size, color, number of props, fixed wing or rotary wing, numbers on aircraft, external payload – i.e. cameras, lights, possible improvised explosive devices (IED)

    • Use known objects to provide altitude information such as "it was flying above the trees or below the third deck of building (name)".

  • Direction – heading away from or towards a specific location, north, east, etc.

  • Is the operator visible? Where?

Taking photographs or video of the UAS – if you can safely do so – would be extremely helpful for base security. Your assistance in identifying these devices is essential for the safety and security of all NBK personnel and guests.

**PENALTIES: Use of UAS devices can result in civil penalties imposed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) if not properly registered and if flown in unauthorized locations, or if are not in accordance with FAA guidelines. Strict federal criminal penalties may also be imposed which can accumulate in fines and imprisonment. Military personnel will be charged IAW the UCMJ. **


 


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