The JBLM Physical Security Office provides risk assessments, program compliance inspections, intrusion detection design; and installation, maintenance, and monitoring for both Army and USAF units on Lewis Main, Lewis North, McChord Field and Yakima Training Center. The PSO also assists service members, family members, and Department of Defense civilians in the protection, physical security and loss prevention of personnel, assets, weapons and equipment for all units assigned to the installation. The PSO also hosts the JBLM Physical Security Council.
Each organization on JBLM has a Physical Security Inspector specifically assigned to that unit. For the telephone number of your organization's PSI, click here.
The following regulations address Physical Security requirements on JBLM: Army Regulations 190-11, 190-13, and 190-51, and Air Force Instruction 31-101. Click on the JBLM Regulation to view 190-11 and 190-13.
Questions? Service members and DOD civilian employees: send an email including your unit or office information, and the PSI responsible for your organization will contant you.
Additonal information can be found on the ✪ Physical Security SharePoint Site.
Requesting a Courtesy Inspection:
Intent: The intent of DOD's Physical Security Program is the protection of property
and personnel to ensure that units are able to perform their primary mission. To
assist commanders with complying with Physical Security requirements, the JBLM
DES PSO will conduct a courtesy inspection of a unit's program. Unit commanders
may contact their assigned inspector to request a courtesy inspection. This should be
done 90 days prior to a scheduled inspection for record. The PSO will not conduct a
courtesy inspection within 21 days of a scheduled inspection for record.
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Installation gate hours, locations and visitor information
- Weapons Registration
- How to complete DA Form 7708
- ✪ PSO Sharepoint Page
Something to think about:
Take the time to protect your unit and to protect yourself. Make sure equipment and tools are accounted for and properly secured when you leave your work area. Do not leave your military items or personal property visible in your vehicle.