Army Presentation re: Detainee Processing Flowchart and Checklist

Army Detainee Processing Flowchart and Checklist

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Tuesday, April 5, 2005
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DETAINEE PROCESS
. 1. Unit brings .detainee(s) to Striker Detention Facility at FOB Pacesetter.
2. Prior to admitting any detainee into the detention facility, the OIC/NCOIC that accompanies the detainee(s) to FOB Pacesetter comes to the 3-29 FA TOC and conducts an initial in-processing with the 3-29 FA S-2 section. Initial in processing includes a review of the detainee's packet. The detainee's
packet should include:
a.
Filled out Coalition Apprehension Form

b.
CI-screening form (if the unisf-has a CI team)

c.
Any sworn statements

d.
DA 4137 for all confiscated property

e.
EPW Category assessed

f.
A synopsis memo

g.
Identification validated
It Photo printed

Any discrepancies identified are annotated and the detaining unit is responsible for corrections needed.
3. Once the initial in-processing is complete, the detainee(s) are then taken to the detention facility and
in-processed by the 64 th MP Company. Simultaneously the 3-29 FA S-2 section validates the identity ofthe detainee(s) through the BDE S-2 while concurrently verifying against the Battalion's list.
4.
If the detaining Battalion S-2 does not conduct an initial interrogation of the detainee(s), the 3-29 FA

THT will conduct the interrogation.

5.

If the detainee(s) is a CAT I or IA (have intelligence value, HVT, or a Foreign fighter), the detainee(s) will be immediately transferred to DCCP. PaceSetter S-2 will coordinate with DCCP not less than 24
hours prior to transfer. (DCCP runs occur every TUE and FRI)
6.
If the detainee(s) is determined to have no intelligence value (CAT B, C, or D) from and/or through
interrogations, the detainee(s) is/are tried for the violations listed. A DA Form 6 selects the trial officer.
Proceedings are conducted based on a summary courts martial model written by the 3BCT JAG.

7.
If detainee(s) was apprehended and is not of intel value or has not committed any other violations, then they are released. Prior to any release, Pacesetter S-2 contacts the detaining unit not less than 24 hours prior and receives an acknowledgement that a release is going to occur in the detaining units AO. If the unit has no objections or reasons to further detain the individual the detainee(s) is released. The releases

are conducted on every WED and SAT.

8.
The major shortfalls that usually hold up a detainee from being released or transferred to DCCP are:

a. Coalition Apprehension Form improperly filled out. The form does not have all the information needed. The Detaining soldiers name and Supervising officers name are the items that are
usually left off.
b.
Synopsis memo is missing or incomplete.

c.
CI screening sheet is missing or incomplete

d.
DA-4137 missing

e. Sworn statements missing. If the information is not on hand, it takes some units up to 3 weeks to complete the packets to expedite the
process.
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DETAINEE PROCESSING

INDIVIDUAL DETAINED
CAPTURING UNIT COMPLETES 18-24 HOURS
PAPERWORK
DETAINEE ARRIVES
AT 3BCT DETENTION
FACILITY
DETAINEE IS
SCREENED BY CI
NO MORE THAN
PACKET IS 6 DAYS
COMPLETED
. AT 3BCT DET FAC
DETAINEE HAS NO DETAINEE EITHER
INTEL VALUE AND HAS INTEL VALUE
DOES NOT WARRANT OR WARRANTS
FURTHER DETENTION FURTHER DbitNTION
DETAINEE IS
DETAINEE IS SENT TO DCCP
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