The commander of the Central Receiving Division (CRD) is
responsible for the security of the Alapai headquarters.
I. This responsibility includes the (1) physical security of
the building, parking structure, and facilities in the
parking structure, and (2) operation of the security booth
and security consoles.
II. CRD personnel shall make periodic inspections of the entire
headquarters building and parking structure on each watch.
Any unusual occurrence or incident shall be reported to the
ACCESS TO THE BUILDING AND AREAS WITHIN
A. With certain limitations, the building is open to the
public during normal business hours (i.e., 0745 to
1630 hours), Monday through Friday, excluding public
holidays. All other periods shall be considered
B. Access to the Alapai headquarters shall be controlled
by the officer(s) at the South Beretania Street
security post during both business and nonbusiness
C. The Chief of Police, commander of the CRD, or a
designee may modify the above hours and requirements
D. Access to some areas within the building is limited
to authorized personnel. These areas are marked with
signs prohibiting entry. Unauthorized persons found
in a restricted area shall be given reasonable
warning or escorted from the facility and grounds by
a police officer. If they fail to comply, they may
be arrested for trespassing.
E. Element commanders shall determine the extent to
which employees and the public are granted access to
ENTRY AND EXIT POINTS
A. The public will normally enter the building through
the main entrance on South Beretania Street. Those
who come to bail out or visit a prisoner will be
directed to the adult release or juvenile release
door on South Hotel Street.
B. A member of the public who enters during nonbusiness
hours for any purpose must be escorted. The element
being visited shall meet the visitor at the security
post and escort him or her into and out of the
C. Members of the public who participate in meetings or
classes in the building during nonbusiness hours
shall enter and leave as a group and be escorted by a
representative of the activity.
D. Members of the public who enter the building during
business hours but leave during nonbusiness hours
shall be escorted out of the building by an employee.
A. Officers in uniform do not need to display
B. Officers not in uniform and civilian employees shall
display their identification cards at all times in
the building except while engaged in physical
C. A member of the public who enters during business and
nonbusiness hours shall obtain a visitor
identification card at the security post and
conspicuously display it at all times while in the
1. The security post officer shall obtain a valid
government identification from the visitor. The
officer shall then log the name of the visitor,
type of identification provided, identification
number, and visitor’s destination within the
2. A visitor identification card shall be issued.
The card includes the visitor’s destination
(i.e., division/floor) and date issued. The
date issued is also the expiration date as all
visitor identification cards are only valid for
3. All visitors shall wear the visitor
identification card while in the Alapai
headquarters. A visitor who is outside of the
destination area listed on the identification
card shall be directed to that area or back to
the security post by an officer.
4. If the visitor does not produce a valid
government identification, the security post
officer shall contact the element or person
being visited. A representative of the element
or the person being visited shall go to the
security post and verify the visitor before the
security post officer can issue a visitor
identification card. The visitor shall be
escorted by the element or person when entering
and exiting the Alapai headquarters.
D. Entry may be denied to any person who provides false
EMERGENCY DOORS AND EVACUATION
A. Location of Doors
B. Emergency Evacuation
3. Elements that operate on a 24-hour basis shall
prepare and display maps that identify alternate
emergency evacuation routes from the building.