Criteria for denying entry to Fort Benning

New security measures go into effect at Fort Benning on Jan. 1. If you do not have a military ID, federal or state identification or a Common Access Card, you must go through a background check in the National Crime Information Center or NCIC. Here are 11 criteria that could deny your entry onto the installation.

1. Criminal arrest information that causes the senior commander to determine the individual presents a threat to good order, discipline and safety to the installation.

2. Installation is unable to verify the individual’s claim by identity based on the belief the individual submitted fraudulent information concerning his or her identity to gain access.

3. The individual has an arrest warrant in NCIC.

4. Individual is barred from entry to federal access to a facility.

5. Individual has been convicted of a crime encompassing armed robbery, rape, child molestation, possession of child pornography, trafficking humans, drug possession with intent to sell or drug distribution.

6 The individual has a U.S. conviction for espionage, sabotage, treason, terrorism or murder.

7. Individual is a registered sex offender.

8. Individual has felony conviction within past 10 years regardless of the offense or violation.

9. Individual has been convicted of a felony firearm or explosive violation.

10. Individual has engaged in acts or activities designed to overthrow the U.S. government by force.

11. Individual is on a terrorist screening data base. (Person would not be notified if placed on this list.)

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