US Army Corps of Engineers
Headquarters

Operational Protection Division Mission

The Operational Protection Division (OPD) serves as the primary advisor to the USACE Commanding General for protection. Provides policy and support to USACE organizations for the functional areas of Antiterrorism (AT), Physical Security (PS), and Law Enforcement (LE) and Criminal Intelligence (CRIMINT). In support of the Director of Contingency Operations, coordinates and synchronizes the functional areas of protection in order to maximize the security of the USACE workforce, infrastructure, and information in a risk-informed manner.
Program Awards, 2015 Annual Army Worldwide Antiterrorism Conference.
Robert Eisenberg, Antiterrorism Officer, Fort Worth District (right), receives Award for "Best Antiterrorism Program Manager" from Mark Lewis, Army Deputy Chief Management Officer, Office of the Under Secretary of the Army (left) at the 2015 Annual Army Worldwide Antiterrorism Conference.  Forth Worth District also received the "Best Antiterrorism Program -Standalone Facility" award.
MAJ Joe Sahl (right), Acting Chief, Emergency Management, Fort Worth District accepts award for "Best Antiterrorism Program - Standalone Facility" on behalf of Fort Worth District Commander, from Mark Lewis, Army Deputy Chief Management Officer, Office of the Under Secretary of the Army (left) at the 2015 Annual Army Worldwide Antiterrorism Conference.
Steve Diamond, Chief of Security and Law Enforcement, South Pacific Division (right), receives AT Honor Roll Award from MG Mark Inch, Provost Marshal General (left) at the 2015 Annual Army Worldwide Antiterrorism Conference.
Jamie Grunner, (former) Resource Manager, Operational Protection Division, HQUSACE (right), receives AT Honor Roll Award from MG Mark Inch, Provost Marshal General (left) at the 2015 Annual Army Worldwide Antiterrorism Conference.
Jeffrey Mahaffey, All Hazards and Contingency Operations Program Manager, Fort Worth District (right), receives AT Honor Roll Award from MG Mark Inch, Provost Marshal General (left) at the 2015 Annual Army Worldwide Antiterrorism Conference.
Jermaine March, Antiterrorism Officer, Philadelphia District (right), receives AT Honor Roll Award from MG Mark Inch, Provost Marshal General (left) at the 2015 Annual Army Worldwide Antiterrorism Conference.
Representatives from U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden, U.S Army Europe, Installation Management Command-Europe, the German armed forces and ministries of construction and finance, URS Deutschland, Hermanns and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Europe District officially opened the $6.3 million ACP with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Jan. 28. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photo by Jennifer Aldridge)
Jerry Boerste (left), receives Army Commanders Award for Civilian Service, presented by Karen Durham-Aguilera, Director of Contingency Operations (right). Boerste served as Chief, Operational Protection Division from 2009 to 2014.
MG Todd Semonite addresses 2014 Antiterrorism Program Awards Ceremony at Headquarters USACE.  The U.S. Army Provost Marshal General recognized USACE as having the Best Antiterrorism Program (Army Major Subordinate Command) (FY13).
The U.S. Army Provost Marshal General recognized USACE as having the Best Antiterrorism Program (Army Major Subordinate Command) (FY13).
The U.S. Army Provost Marshal General recognized USACE as having the Best Antiterrorism Program (Army Major Subordinate Command) (FY13).  COL  Dan McElroy (Deputy Provost Marshal General)presents MG Todd Semonite with USACE's award.

Contact OPD

Operational Protection Division
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
CECO-P / 3P47
441 G Street NW
Washington, DC 20314