CIA Memo: Guidelines on Interrogations

<p>This is a heavily redacted version of a CIA memo later released in less-redacted form. &nbsp;The less-redacted version is available at ACLU-RDI 4562. &nbsp;This version of the document shows that CIA interrogators were permitted to use both &quot;Standard Techniques&quot; and &quot;Enhanced Interrogation Techniques,&quot; and that in each CIA interrogation session in which an Enhanced Technique was employed, a &quot;contemporaneous record&quot; was created&nbsp;setting forth, among other things,&nbsp;&quot;the nature and duration of each such technique employed&quot; and &quot;the identities of those present.&quot; [Originally identified to the ACLU as OLC 12]</p>

Doc_type: 
Non-legal Memo
Doc_date: 
Tuesday, January 28, 2003
Doc_rel_date: 
Wednesday, July 23, 2008
Doc_text: 

Unless otherwise approved by Headquarters, CIA officers may use only Permissible Interrogation Techniques. Permissible Interrogation Techniques consist of both (a) Standard Techniques and (b) Enhanced Techniques. • TUp...,,,SECVET// 39.P.---SS5ETI/ TOP CRET// TSIP--SE'erZET/i 5. Recordkeeping In each interrogation session in which an Enhanced Technique is employed, a contemporaneous record shall be created setting forth the nature and duration of each such technique employed, the identities of those present, APPROVED: lotwate e tams Dir for o Ce Intelligence Date 3 11111111=1111111 I, , acknowledge that I have read and understand and will comply with the. ACKNOWLEDGED - Name Date

Doc_nid: 
6788
Doc_type_num: 
63