IF YOU ARE HAVING AN EMERGENCY, CALL 9-1-1 OR 255-2222 FOR ASSISTANCE

Fort Rucker's Directorate of Public Safety provides 24-hour law enforcement, force protection, fire protection and community assistance to commanders, Soldiers, Family members, civilians and guests of Fort Rucker and maintains liaison with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies and supports installations contingency operations.

The Provost Marshal is the installation commander's advisor for Military Police law and order operations. As the chief law enforcement officer on the installation the Provost Marshal provides the installation commander with professional and technical advice concerning law and order objectives, policies and directives.

Appropriately, the DPS motto is entitled the “Guardians.” Fort Rucker military police do more than law enforcement. They assist military personnel, civilians, visitors, and Families on post around the clock; help individuals locked out of Family housing, aid stranded motorists, and participate in community services and activities.

Fire and Emergency Services Division

FIRE & EMERGENCY SERVICES DIVISION

The Fire and Emergency Services Division, the largest fire department in the U.S. Army, is made up of professional emergency response teams capable of providing emergency medical, hazardous material, fire rescue, fire suppression and prevention, crash and rescue operations, and advanced life support paramedic operations. FIRE DEPT SERVICE REQUEST (PDF)

Points of Contact

LOCATION: BLDG 4503
FIRE CHIEF (334) 255-3316
DEPUTY CHIEF, IMCOM (334) 255-3326
DEPUTY CHIEF, TRADOC (334) 255-0044
FIRE DEPT. OPERATIONS (334) 255-3363
FIRE DEPT. OPERATIONS (334) 255-9695
FIRE INSPECTION BRANCH (334) 255-3546
FIRE TRAINING BRANCH (334) 255-1566

DPS Headquarters

DPS HEADQUARTERS

The Provost Marshal is the installation commander's advisor for Military Police law and order operations. As the chief law enforcement officer on the installation the Provost Marshal provides the installation commander with professional and technical advice concerning law and order objectives, policies and directives.

Points of Contact

LOCATION: BLDG 5001
DIRECTOR / PROVOST MARSHAL (334) 255-2511
DPS SERGEANT MAJOR (334) 255-1922
DEPUTY DIRECTOR (334) 255-0405
OPERATIONS NCO (334) 255-0850
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER (334) 255-2511
MP DESK (334) 255-2222
MP DESK (334) 255-3215
MP DESK FAX (334) 255-9697

Law Enforcement Division

LAW ENFORCEMENT DIVISION

The Law Enforcement Division is responsible for enforcing all laws, regulations and policies; deterring crime through alert patrolling; responding to calls for assistance; and assisting stranded motorists. The Military Police Desk is responsible for receiving, coordinating and dispatching all non-emergency responders to incidents on Fort Rucker.

Points of Contact

LOCATION: BLDG 5001
CHIEF OF POLICE (334) 255-3166
POLICE OPERATIONS (334) 255-0382
POLICE OPERATIONS (334) 255-3510
PATROL CAPTAIN (334) 255-0380
STATION COMMANDER (334) 255-1385
TRAFFIC (334) 255-0850
TRAFFIC (334) 255-3456
MP INVESTIGATIONS (334) 255-1359
MP INVESTIGATIONS (334) 255-3456
GAME WARDEN (334) 255-4735
POLICE ADMIN SUPPORT (334) 255-3722

Personally Owned Weapons

PRIVATELY-OWNED WEAPONS

Open carry and carrying concealed weapons on Fort Rucker are PROHIBITED. Firearms stored on post must be registered with the MP Station. Weapons registrations must be updated every five years. Weapons may be stored in family housing, BOQ or BEQ, or places of storage at designated firing ranges or hunting areas.

Physical Security Division

PHYSICAL SECURITY DIVISION

The Physical Security Division safeguards U.S. Government property, facilities and personnel against loss, theft, damage, espionage or any other activities which threaten life, property and continuation of military operations. Physical Security oversees access control to the installation, including visitor and special event waivers.  GATE ACCESS INFORMATION

Points of Contact

LOCATION: BLDG 5001
CHIEF OF PHYSICAL SECURITY(334) 255-0776
PHYSICAL SECURITY SPECIALIST (334) 255-1258
PHYSICAL SECURITY SPECIALIST(334) 255-9542
ACCESS CONTROL - BLDG 6814
CHIEF OF GUARDS(334) 255-0404
DEPUTY CHIEF OF GUARDS(334) 255-0398
ADMINISTRATIVE / DUTY SUPERVISOR (334) 255-0607
ADMINISTRATIVE / DUTY SUPERVISOR(334) 255-0164

Off-Limits Memo

OFF-LIMITS MEMO

The Armed Forces Disciplinary Control Board advises commanders on matters concerning eliminating conditions which adversely affect the health, safety, welfare, morale and discipline of the Armed Forces. Where sufficient cause exists, the senior commander may declare establishments or areas off-limits. READ MEMO (PDF)

Frequently Asked Questions

PHYSICAL SECURITY FAQ

If your duties involve the control of arms, ammunition and explosives (AA&E), you are required to provide a completed DA Form 7708 (Personnel Reliability Screening and Evaluation) and an updated ICIDS Access Memo.

If your duties do not involve the control AA&E, you are only required to provide an updated ICIDS Access Memo.

A government representative -- not a contractor, prime or sub -- can sign for perimeter gate keys.

Contact the emergency work order desk at (334) 255-9041 for locksmith assistance.

The system is required to be tested monthly and logged using a DA Form 4930.

Yes. Upon request, DPS will assist unit physical security officers with conducting courtesy inspections.

Vehicle standoff is an antiterrorism function. Please contact them at (334) 255-3721.

A physical security specialist can help you. Call (334) 255-9542 or (334) 255-1258 for assistance.