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The Directorate of Emergency Services plans, directs and provides law and order, fire and emergency services, and protection operations in support of Fort Gordon and Cyber Center of Excellence in order to provide a safe and secure environment for the Servicemembers, civilians, and families that work, live, or visit the installations. The Directorate is made up of the The Police/Provost Marshal Office and Fire and Emergency Services Division.

Provost Marshal Office
The Police/Provost Marshal Office is comprised of uniformed patrol forces, including a bicycle patrol, a traffic accident investigation section, a drug suppression team, investigations section, working dog section, AWOL apprehension, court liaison section, a special reaction team, physical security and a game warden section. Each section has a combined mission of using proactive initiatives to solicit every community member’s assistance in reducing crime. Additionally the Police/Provost Marshal maintains liaison with all local, county and federal police agencies within 47 Central Savannah River Area counties of Georgia and South Carolina. The Police/Provost Marshal Office Military Police Desk in the Law Enforcement Center is manned 24 hours a day; the telephone numbers are (706) 791-4380/4537/2681.

Fire and Emergency Services Division
Fort Gordon’s Fire and Emergency Services Division provides aggressive, customer oriented services to the post. Services include Fire Prevention, (706) 791-5207 and Fire Operations, (706) 791-4141. The fire prevention branch provides fire safety education, ensuring life safety and fire protection requirements are addressed for all construction and/or renovation projects on all facilities. They conduct fire inspections along with an array of other fire prevention services. The fire operations branch provides fire suppression services by a well-trained, well equipped, full time staff of professional firefighters. These services include response to medical emergencies, hazardous material incidents, public education, displays of fire apparatus and rescue equipment and a multitude of other services.