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Security and Emergency Services COI
Security Division
Now is the time to submit your nominations for the 2021 Kallstrom and Security and Emergency Services Civilian Awards. Completed nominee packages, endorsed through the chain of command, must be received NLT 1 April 2022. Please take a look at MARADMIN 716/21 for further details.

mission statement

The Marine Corps Security and Emergency Services Community of Interest provides mission-oriented career development platforms, and promotes the interests of its members and organizations.


vision statement

To meet future safety and security needs for all Marine Corps Installations by continuing to provide Security and Emergency Services members with mission-oriented career development models, competency enhancement opportunities, and a means of fostering community awareness to improve communications, share best practices, and find innovative solutions for common practices.


As one of the 20 Communities of Interest (COIs) initiated by General Jones, the Security and Emergency Services (S/ES) community provides members with training opportunities and forums to discuss issues, share best practices and promote common interests. The S/ES COI is led by a senior civilian appointed by the CMC and a manager appointed by the COI leader. Each occupational series has at least one member assigned as a collateral duty representative.  Members of the S/ES COI develop, coordinate, integrate and oversee force protection policies, and sponsor selected critical programs to provide secure environments. These activities enable the operating forces and supporting establishments to successfully execute Marine Corps global missions. Members of this COI also include first responders to fires, public safety and medical emergencies, disasters and terrorist acts. Additionally, they ensure Marine Corps installations are secure by investigating crimes and coordinating with intelligence services across the Federal Government to prevent espionage and terrorism. The following occupational series are part of the S/ES COI:

  • 0006 – Correctional Administration
  • 0080 – AT
  • 0080 – CBRNE
  • 0080 – Law Enforcement Services Officer
  • 0080 – MA/CIP
  • 0080 – Physical Security
  • 0080 – Information & Personnel Security
  • 0081 – Fire Protection & Prevention
  • 0083 – Police
  • 0085 – Security Guard
  • 0086 – Security Admin & Assistance
  • 0089 – Emergency Management
  • 0303 – Domestic Animal Control
  • 1712 – Law Enforcement Training Specialist
  • 1801 – Crime Analyst
  • 1801 – Evidence Custodian
  • 1801 – General Investigations
  • 1802 – Compliance Investigations
  • 1810 – Administration Investigation
  • 1811 – Criminal Investigation
  • 1801/1810/1811 – Conservation Law Enforcement
  • 2005 – Ready for Issue Technician
  • 2151 – Emergency Dispatching
  • 6610 – Small Arms Repairer


SES Randy R. Smith

Assistant Deputy Commandant

Plans, Policies and Operations (Security) Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps

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Plans, Policies and Operations