Elizebeth Friedman Law Enforcement Building

Created by Chief Warrant Officer 3 Kevin Roe on 14 Apr 2021 @ 7:18pm

Elizebeth Friedman Law Enforcement Building

The Chesapeake-Capital Region Office building is located on the ground of the Atlantic Area Headquarters and Sector Virginia in Portsmouth, VA. A large base the CGIS Regional Office as well as the Coast Guard Police Department share a building that is four stories tall and two below ground.

The building is named for Elizebeth Smith Friedman who was a US Navy Cryptoanalysist who eventually transferred into US Coast Guard Intelligence after a joint venture established between the USCG and US Navy during prohibition. Mrs. Freidman was one of the Coast Guard's first intelligence operators who brought many to justice and is considered the first female in the field of cryptoanyalysis.

Building Layout

First Floor: Reception, US Coast Guard Police Station, Fleet Services (PD/CGIS)
Second Floor: Coffee Shop, Conference Center, Auditorium, Class Rooms
Third Floor: Coast Guard Investigative Service Team Offices, Records
Fourth Floor: Coast Guard Investigative Service Administration, Legal Services (JAG Advisors), IT Services
Sub-Level One: Regional Forensic Science Center (no morgue facilities)
Sub-Level Two: Armory, Evidence Room, Information-Technology Infrastructure

Regional Response Team Three Office

Cubical Assignments

A: Vacant
B: Vacant
C: Vacant
D: Vacant
E: Vacant
F: Vacant
G: Vacant
H: A. Passolini
IT: Reserved for IT Specialist
J: INV2 B. Bradley

Categories: CGIS Canon