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10 Part I: Guide for Evaluating Security Measures for the U.S. Ferry System 3.2.2 Criteria Group 2: Non-Security Effects Many security measures also have non-security effects that may be either beneficial or detri- mental. This group of evaluation criteria allows you to weight the importance of these non- security effects on your selection of security measures. After each description, indicate the relative importance of this described non-security effect in your security measure decision making. 0 = not important 3 = moderate importance 1 = low importance 4 = moderate to high importance 2 = low to moderate importance 5 = high importance Importance Non-Security Effects (0 5) Safety refers to both employee and passenger safety Crime refers to general crime other than fare evasion Fare Evasion refers only to fare evasion Service refers to both possible service delays and service improvements 3.2.3 Criteria Group 3: 33 CFR Compliance Facilities and vessels that fall under 33 CFR 104 and 105 must implement security measures that fall under the five general categories listed below. If your operation is in compliance with these regulations, these categories may not be important for you when evaluating additional security measures. Alternatively, you may have interest in further measures within some of these categories regardless of compliance. For each 33 CFR category listed below, indicate the impor- tance of the category for your selection of new security measures. 0 = not important/already in compliance 3 = moderate importance 1 = low importance 4 = moderate to high importance 2 = low to moderate importance 5 = high importance/not in compliance Importance 33 CFR Compliance (0 5) Access Control (includes screening measures) Restricted Areas Handling Cargo Stores and Bunkers Monitoring