DSN 114 (Military Police)
DSN 117 (Fire and Emergency Services)
Civ 110 (Polizei)
Civ 112 (German Fire and Rescue)
The Directorate of Emergency Services conducts community based law enforcement, fire services and physical security operations for USAG Wiesbaden.
Fire and Emergency Services
Fire and Emergency Services provides emergency services in any case of fire, accident, medical, natural or man-made disaster. They also provides non-emergency technical services when special equipment or know-how of fire service is needed.
IACS, a personnel access verification system, is a central network database linked to all Installation Access Control offices, selected Central Processing Facilities, MP stations, and access control points in U.S. Army Europe and U.S. Air Forces Europe (Germany only), and will produce installation passes for those authorized access.
The physical security section develops new or updates existing physical security policies, procedures, and plans for the director of emergency services guidance and intent to protect garrison assets from loss, theft or destruction.
The administration section processes military police reports. Customers may pick up accident reports approximately 10 working days or once the report is final. Customers should call the administration office to confirm report(s) are final and ready for pick up. Out-processing is done with MP Admin located in Bldg. 1004 (Open hours: Monday to Thursday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. excluding Federal holidays).
Military Police Investigations
The Military Police Investigations section performs a wide range of crime related investigative services in coordination with USACID and Host Nation authorities when applicable.
Traffic Accident Investigations
The traffic section is responsible for investigating major traffic accidents which occur on post or off post when the USAREUR licensed individual has sustained injuries in a privately owned or government plated vehicle.
They also ensure compliance with applicable traffic and vehicle registration regulations, and compile a listing of abandoned vehicles.
All vehicles purchased locally or shipped from the U.S. must be registered through Vehicle Registration.
Complete and submit the bicycle registration form to the Military Police desk.
Guidelines for operating motorcyles on U.S. military installations in Europe:
WHAT TO DO IN CASE OF A TRAFFIC ACCIDENT
Assess your injuries and those of the passengers in your vehicle. If you or your passengers require medical assistance, contact the German Police (110) if off post, or the Military Police if on post at DSN 114,
Civ (0611) 705-114.
Report the accident within 72 hours. Failure to report the accident within the prescribed time may result in punitive action. Use AE190-1 accident report form to document important information about the accident.
- Off post accidents must be reported to German police immediately. Report off post accidents to the MP station within 72 hours.
- On post accidents will be reported to the Military Police immediately.
- Do not move your vehicle unless directed by the German police or military police.
- Obtain the name, license number, and insurance information from the other driver.
- If in government vehicle, complete SF-91, Motor Vehicle Accident Report form.
Take note of the following environmental considerations:
- Type of intersection
- Type of road (concrete, dirt, gravel or cobblestone)
- Weather conditions
- Lighting conditions
- Traffic signals
- Obstruction or obstacles on the road
- Name of street, locality or adjacent area
- Name(s) of the German and military police on scene and actions taken