United States Pentagon Police

9000 Defense PENTAGON
Washington, DC 20301

Phone: (703)697-4151
Fax: (703)697-5000

Pentagon Force Protection Agency
Steven Calvery

Richard S Keevill

(703)692-7992 x148

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The Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA) was established as a Defense Agency in May 2002 in response to the events of September 11, 2001, to provide an integrated capability of force protection services for more than 70,000 personnel working within the Pentagon Reservation and other delegated buildings in the National Capital Region. In addition to providing security and law enforcement for the Pentagon Reservation and the National Capital Region, PFPA is responsible for implementing and providing antiterrorism/force protection; and chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) protection. U.S. Pentagon Police Officers/Agents are sworn federal officers, appointed under Title 10 Section 2674 of the United States Code. The officers/agents possess full Federal authority, as authorized by Section 2674, and receive initial training at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, Georgia. The United States Pentagon Police is the principle law enforcement arm of the Pentagon Force Protection Agency.

The mission of the U.S. Pentagon Police is to promote high quality law enforcement and security services, in order to provide a safe and orderly work environment for the United States Department of Defense community in the National Capital Region.

The U.S. Pentagon Police has an assortment of interesting and rewarding career opportunities. The motorized, bicycle, and motorcycle patrols, Emergency Response Team, K-9, Protective Service Unit, Criminal Investigations, Training Branch, Evidence and Court Liaison, and Recruiting Branch are units that exist for career enhancement.