S-7 Fire & Emergency Services
Current base logo for MCLB Barstow
Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow
Marine Corps Installations West
Mission:

The Provost Marshal’s Office is responsible for security and general law enforcement responsibilities aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base, Barstow, California. Such Responsibilities include but are not limited to base access control, patrol operations, criminal and traffic accident investigation, animal control, special security, physical security and crime prevention.

K-9/Kennels:

The Military Working Dog Section provides law enforcement for the USMC by utilizing dogs to assist in mission essential areas. They provide a psychological deterrent to threats, perform searches to locate explosives and illegal narcotics and walking patrols to enforce laws. MWD’s provide an additional line of defense for law enforcement due to their unique sense of hearing sounds and detecting human or explosive/narcotic odors from great distances. They can locate suspects, lost personnel and protect the base from numerous threats. MWD’s are a valuable asset to the DOD and used properly, help to safeguard personnel and property assigned to the base.

Physical Security:

The physical security department is committed to providing current physical security and crime prevention methods to military and civilian personnel aboard MCLB Barstow. We accomplish the mission by first training our personnel and passing the knowledge on to the MCLB community, making on site visit and ensuring personnel have a clear understanding of their physical security and crime prevention responsibilities.

Mission of the MCLB Barstow Fire and Emergency Services:

MCLB Barstow Fire and Emergency Services exist to safeguard our community through all-hazard emergency response. We are guided by a commitment to accountability and duty to the United States Marine Corps. We provide Community Risk Reduction,

Advanced Life Support, Technical Rescue, Fire Suppression, and Hazardous Materials Response. Our purpose is to protect lives, property, and the environment of MCLB Barstow and the surrounding communities by fostering a culture of continuous improvement, engagement, and professionalism. Our continuing efforts ensure our community feels safe and secure.

 

Services Provided:

Emergency Medical Services

Structural Fire Suppression

Hazardous Materials Response

Technical Rescue

Community Risk Reduction

 

Training Resources:

MCLB Barstow Fire and Emergency Services provides ProBoard & IFSAC Certification training under the DoD Fire and Emergency Services Certification Program. Emergency Medical Continuing Education training is provided through a California CE Provider Number and the agency provides Red Cross Training to its members under the Military Training Network. MCLB Barstow Fire and Emergency Services has recently established a Military Skill Bridge Program, additional information can be found on the DoD Skill Bridge Website (https://skillbridge.osd.mil/index.htm)

 

Contacts:

Fire Station 401 / Fire HQ- 760-577-6962

Fire Station 402: 760-577-7320

 
 

Emergency Dispatch Services MCLB Barstow is committed to providing professional emergency services and non—emergency services,

upholding integrity,  showing empathy for all those we serve and each other.

Contact:

Emergencies-911

Dispatch Supervisor- (760) 577-6205

General Inquiries-(760) 577-6666

DEERS Office Bldg. 236

(760) 577-6371, x6969

Hours of Operation Monday-Thursday 0700-1500, Friday 0700-1200.

Walk ins accepted based off availability, appointments are recommended.

  • Common Access Cards (CACs)
    • Active Duty, Reserve, Civilian, Contractors
  • Uniformed Service Identification Cards (USIDs)
    • Retirees, 100% DAV, Dependents, Former Spouses, Un-Remarried Widows
  • Agents Letters
  • Dependent Enrollment/Removal
  • Pin Reset, Add E-mail, Check/Update CAC

 

Visitor Center Bldg. 101

(760) 577-5449, x6457

Hours of Operation Monday-Thursday 0700-1500, Friday 0700-1200.

Appointments required for DBIDS Badges

  • Visitor Passes
  • DBIDS Badges/DBIDS Visitor Passes
  • Foreign National Passes
  • Vehicle Registration
  • Real-ID Driver’s License Registration
  • Veterans Health Identification Card (VHIC) Registration
  • Weapon Registration
  • Pet Registration
Vetting & Base Access:

Submissions- bstwpba.fct@usmc.mil 

MCLB BARSTOW VETTING PROCESS

/Portals/132/Docs/S7/MCLB BARSTOW VETTING PROCESS.docx?ver=5lmrmWJCo6PUReXoca5Ebw%3d%3d

Request Letter

/Portals/132/Docs/S7/MCLBB Visitor Access Request Letter Vetting 2022.docx?ver=EcXNJ-TvNgoN2sOBXORKBw%3d%3d

CIVILIAN NEW HIRE

  1. Vetting form (SECNAV 5512) is completed by new employee, to include signature and date.
  2. New employee will send completed form to HR representative.
  3. HR representative will ensure that Sponsor information is filled out, as well as all pertinent information requested on the form. The last 4 of individual’s SSN is required.  
  4. HR representative submits form to bstwpba.fct@usmc.mil.
  5. From date of receipt, the processing of vetting form can take up to 10 BUSINESS DAYS, not to include any federal holidays.
    1. All forms should be submitted at minimum 14 days prior to new hire’s start date to ensure smooth processing during onboarding.
    2. Any inquiries regarding vetting status are to be made by contacting Pass and ID directly.
  6. If approved, the individual’s name will be added to the Base Access list, with a favorable status.
  7. If denied, the individual’s name will be added to the Base Access list, with a denied remark. The sponsor will be contacted directly with the information for the denial, as well as official correspondence for the individual that will include instructions to appeal if desired.

 

CONTRACTOR NEW HIRE

  1. Vetting form (SECNAV 5512) is completed by new contractor, to include signature and date.
  2. New employee will send completed form to government sponsor or alternate (established by the contract).
  3. The contract government sponsor will ensure that Sponsor information is filled out, as well as all pertinent information requested on the form. The last 4 of individual’s SSN is required.  
  4. Only the government sponsor or alternate can then submit the completed vetting form to bstwpba.fct@usmc.mil.
  5. From date of receipt, the processing of vetting form can take up to 10 BUSINESS DAYS, not to include any federal holidays.
    1. All forms should be submitted at minimum 14 days prior to the contract’s start date to ensure smooth processing during onboarding.
    2. Any inquiries regarding vetting status are to be made by contacting Pass and ID directly. Only the government sponsor can check the status of an individual’s vetting.
  6. If approved, the individual’s name will be added to the Base Access list, with a favorable status.
  7. If denied, the individual’s name will be added to the Base Access list, with a denied remark. The sponsor will be contacted directly with the information for the denial, as well as official correspondence for the individual that will include instructions to appeal if desired.
  8. All contractors are required to submit a new vetting form every year to receive updated passes and/or DBids.

CONTRACTOR RENEWAL

  1. A new vetting form (SECNAV 5512) is completed by the contractor, to include signature and date.
  2. Contractor will send the form to government sponsor or alternate (established by the contract).
  3. The contract government sponsor will ensure that Sponsor information is filled out, as well as all pertinent information requested on the form. The last 4 of individual’s SSN is required.  
  4. Only the government sponsor or alternate can then submit the completed vetting form to bstwpba.fct@usmc.mil.
  5. From date of receipt, the processing of vetting form can take up to 10 BUSINESS DAYS, not to include any federal holidays.
    1. All forms should be submitted at minimum 14 days prior to the contractor’s pass/ID expiring to ensure processing so that there is no gap in time in receiving the new pass/ID.
  6. Any inquiries regarding vetting status are to be made by contacting Pass and ID.
  7. If approved, the individual’s name will be added to the Base Access list, with a favorable status.
  8. If denied, the individual’s name will be added to the Base Access list, with a denied remark. The sponsor will be contacted directly with the information for the denial, as well as official correspondence for the individual that will include instructions to appeal if desired.
  9. Contract extensions and/or renewals will require all contractors be re-vetted if individuals were vetted more than 6 months prior.

ACCESS REQUESTS

  1. Government and Military Sponsors will submit all access request forms for sponsorship of an individual or group (not special events) that will be onboard the installation for 72 hours or less to Pass and ID at MCLBB_PassId@usmc.mil. They are not required to submit a vetting form.
  2. All special event access requests will be submitted a minimum of 10 business days prior to the event to bstwpba.fct@usmc.mil. If passes will be needed, the list will be forward to Pass and ID after all individuals have cleared the process. If no passes are needed, the cleared list of individuals will be placed at the corresponding gate for smooth entry on the day of the event.
Base Access Update

Reference: https://www.pendleton.marines.mil/Base-Access/Contractors-Vendors/

 

Part One

Per MCO 5530.13, identification cards marked not valid for federal purposes, federal limits may apply, or any other similar language may not be accepted by DoD for the purpose of unescorted access (i.e. to obtain a Visitor Pass or DBIDS Credential).

 

To reduce your wait time and to facilitate your background check, please follow the DBIDS Credential Issuance Requirements and bring a completed SECNAV 5512 with you.

 

Hyperlinks

 

DBIDS Credential Issuance Requirements for Contractors and Vendors

*Please link attached document (MCLB VETTING PROCESS)

 

SECNAV 5512 (Fill & Print)

*please use forms on hyperlink

 

SECNAV 5512 (Print Only)
*please use forms on hyperlink

 

Visitor Denial Criteria

*Use criteria from current site

Marine Corps Police Department:

Provost Marshal- (760)577-6678

Deputy Chief- (760) 577-6409

Provost Sgt.- (760) 577-6732

HR/Admin. Assistant- (760) 577-6966

Operations & Patrol Services:

Operations Ofc.- (760) 577-6144

Accident Investigation Division (AID):

AID Supervisor- (760) 577-6062/6698

K-9 Division:

Kennel Master- (760) 577-6180

Criminal Investigation Division (CID):

Chief Investigator-(760) 577-6190

Crime Analyst- (760) 577-6629

Operations & Support Services:

Services Officer- (760) 577-6667

Services Chief- (760) 577-6390

Security Assistant- (760) 577-6600

Training Unit:

Training Instructor- (760) 577-6691/6689

Physical Security:

Physical Security Specialist- (760) 577-6858/6855

Fire:

Emergencies - 9-1-1
Fire Chief - (760) 577-6866
Fire Station Business (Nebo) - (760) 577-6093
Fire Station Business (Yermo) - (760) 577-7039

Support - (760) 577-6600
Fax - (760) 577-6191

 

Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow