procedures. This course is designed to instill the level of
knowledge, skills, and abilities required to effectively oversee
and assess daily AT security force training and unit readiness
to defend against potential terrorist operations in an
asymmetrical environment. Graduates of this course will serve
as advisor to the Antiterrorism Officer (ATO) and will assist
the ATO in matters concerning the units FPTT. This is a
supervisory course enhancing unit level training.
l. Antiterrorism Officer (CIN J-830-0015). This course is
required for those Navy commissioned officers and enlisted E-7
and above and DoD equivalent civilians/contractors assigned as
Antiterrorism Officers (ATO). This course provides instruction
in the U.S. Navy and DoD Antiterrorism programs. Course
includes the process for and development of comprehensive
antiterrorism plans, AT program management, assessments, and
m. Naval Security Force Officer (Ashore/Afloat NSFO) (CIN A-
7H-0007). This course will provide the designated Installation
Security Officer/Law Enforcement Officer and Ships Security
Officer for afloat and ashore units with the necessary knowledge
and skills to manage Naval Security Force (NSF) assets;
determine AT/FP readiness status; implement, organize, and
oversee all NSF/AT/FP and Law Enforcement policy changes.
Provides unit level initial and sustainment training for
assigned NSF/AT/FP personnel and functions as the NSF Officer in
Charge. The Security Officer will be able to organize, train,
and equip the NSF to conduct AT/FP/Law Enforcement operations.
The Security Officer assists the Antiterrorism Officer (ATO) in
developing and executing the AT/FP plans.
n. Security First Responder Course (CIN S-830-0026). The
Security First Responder Course is designed to provide the
situations on Naval installations with effective techniques for
dealing with such situations. Some major topics include: Use of
Force, Building Searches, Domestic Violence, Apprehension,
Serious Incident Response, and Crimes in Progress.
o. Navy Physical Security Course (CIN A-830-0001). Course
addresses naval physical security and law enforcement subjects
that include equipment, training, personnel/vehicle movement
control, loss prevention, M-L-S-R, physical security surveys,
use of force, antiterrorism and protection of DoD personnel,
search and seizure, bomb search, evidence, ICR/UCR, emergency