Office of Courthouse Management
The Office of Courthouse Management (OCM) serves as the center of
expertise concerning prisoner movement space and detention facilities
within U.S. Federal Courthouses. OCM is responsible for the programming,
planning, acquisition, budgeting, design, construction and electronic
physical security of all Marshals Service office space, prisoner
movement space, operations areas, prisoner detention space and any other
physical areas associated with the security of Marshals Service space.
The Office of Courthouse Management utilizes the JSD National Security
Survey to assess vulnerabilities of federal court facilities for
security improvements. In addition, the OCM administers the agency’s
Occupational Safety and Health Program, Architectural Program,
Headquarters Buildings Program, Rent Program, the Information and
Classified Security Program, and a Security Research and Development
Program. During 2007, OCM oversaw the installation of more than 1,492
home intrusion detection systems in judges’ personal residences.