Welcome to the Prevention Web Site
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As an integral part of Team Coast Guard the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary is integral to supporting U.S. Coast Guard Missions.
The USCG Auxiliary's Prevention Department is responsible for the planning and administration of Auxiliary programs to support and augment the United States Coast Guard's Prevention Directorate. As such, we assist and augment the Coast Guard's vital role as the nation's guardian agency ensuring the safety and environmental protection of our nation's precious waterway resources. As America's Volunteer Guardians, we are committed to be dedicated, vigilant and ready to engage this mission on behalf of our fellow citizens.
The Department oversees two major Auxiliary programs - Navigation Systems and Marine Safety.
- ATON Verification
- PATON Verification
- Bridge Verification
- Chart Updating
Commercial Vessel Activities
Inspected Commercial Vessels
- Foreign Flagged Vessels
- Domestic Vessels (i.e. T-Boat, K-Boat, passenger, cargo, tanker)
Uninspected Vessel Activities
- Uninspected Passenger Vessels (i.e. fishing guides, sailing schools, sightseeing tours)
- Uninspected Tow Vessels
- Commercial Fishing Vessels
Port and Facility Activities
- Port Facility Inspections
- Container Inspections
- Marine Safety oriented MOM patrols
- Regional Exam Center Support
- America's Waterway Watch
- Citizen Action Network
- Sea Partners
Communication and Education
- Trident qualification program
- Website maintenance
- Marine Safety grant support
Please Note: Because of the diversity and breadth of the programs overseen by the Prevention Department, and the diversity of those programs which are both Direct Augmentation of Coast Guard Programs and are Auxiliary programs exclusively, this site is a portal to sites dedicated exclusively to specific programs. Currently, they may not link back to this page. Please bookmark this page as those sites may not link back to this portal to return here.