Inspector General Detainee Facilities Inspection Checklist

This is a DOD inspector General's checklist after touring a detainee holding facility. it appears the facility being inspected checks out as sufficiently compliant.

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Thursday, May 13, 2004
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IAD DETAINEE OPERATIONS INSPECTION CHECKLIST DATE OF INSPECTION
13 MAY 04

FUNCTIONAL AREA/SUBOFtDINATE AREA: CHECKLIST EFF DATE: PAGE
DETAINEE HOLDING FACILITY OPERATIONS September 2003 1 OF 3
CHG (1) 6 May 2004

INSPECTION OFFICE/AGENCY -INSPECTOR'S NAME & PHONE NUMBER
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ITEM GO NG NA
Unit Inspected: 2ACR/203rd EN BN Location: Camp Duke, An Najaf, Iraq Date: 13 May 2004
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I. Detainee Holding Facility Management:
a). Established Plans/SOPs/Procedures

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b). Compliance to FRAGO(s), Policies, AR(s), SOP(s), etc ...X. 0 8. d). Facility StafflGuard training ...X.
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e). Detainee Handling/Discipline Procedures
II. Detainee Holding Facility Security
III. Detainee Processing and Tracking
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Compliance to Laws of War

VI. Detainee Evidence/Property Accountability
VII. Detainee Health and Welfare:
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a). Humane Treatment .&.Hygiene b). Medical c). Morale
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AETV-THI Form 1-201-R dated 1 July 2000
lAD DETAINEE OPERATIONS INSPECTION CHECICLIST
DATE OF INSPECTION 13 MAY 04
FUNCTIONAL AREA/S'UBORDINATE AREA: CHECICLIST EFF DATE: PAGE DETAINEE HOLDING FACILITIES OPERATIONS September 2003 2 of 3 CHG (1) 6 May 2004 INSPECTION OFFICE/AGENCY INSPECTOR'S NAME & PHONE NUMBER IAD STAFF
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ITEM GO NG
OVERALL ASSESSMENT COMMENTS:

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1). Inspection Team consisted of:
a). : Inspected facility management, compliance to Laws of War, Property/Evidence accountability, and Morale issues.
): Inspected Medical, Humane Treatment,
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and Hygiene.
c). \__ _ ______ ._. _ __.,: Inspected Detainee Processing/Tracking and Interrogation Methods.
. d). ,: Inspected Facility Security.
2). Comments: Although facility is considered a 2ACR facility, it is operated by 203rd EN BN. Overall the unit/facility are doing well in the area of Detainee Operations. They have only been operating this facility for a few weeks and have made great strides to en.sure their
-.operations are in compliance to governing directives. Unit needs to continue in its efforts to
..build a suitable facility that will protect the detainees from the harsh weather condition.s and. heat. Unit stated that they do have a work order in to do such. Unit needs to also continue to refme its security measures and procedures as identified in the PM0 section of the inspection checklist. Lastly, unit needs to develop an adequate training program designed for detainee operations. Unit personnel were very receptive to the inspection team's comments and expect that unit will continue to lean-forward and make improvements to their detainee operations.
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lAD DETAINEE OPERATIONS INSPECTION CHECICLIST DATE OF INSPECTION
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FUNCTIONAL AREA/SUBORDINATE AREA: CHECICLIST EFF DATE: PAGE
DETAINEE HOLDING FACILITY OPERATIONS September 2003 3 OF 3
CHG (1) 6 May 2004
INSPECTION OFFICE/AGENCY INSPECTOR'S NAME & PHONE NUMBER
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ITEM GO NG NA
REFERENCES
190200ZMar 031. OTF-7 FRAGO 006M: Detention of Civilians, dated
Victory, Detention Facility Operations,2. CJTF-7 FRAGO 209: Criminal Investigation,s ISO Final
Determinations, and handling of SuspectedEPW, Criminal Detainees and Security Internee Status
War Criminals, dated 282021DJUNO3.
for-Detention Facilities, dated 051553DMAY )3.3. CJTF-7 FRAGO 741: Rules for the Use of Force (RUF)
Operations Relating to Detainees,4. CJTF-7 FRAGO 749: Intelligence & Evidence-Led Detention
dated 242320DAUG03.
Policy, dated 10 Sept 2003.5. CJTF-7 Memorandum: Interrogation and Counter Resistance
dated 301935DAPRO4.6. CJTF-7 FRAGO 710: Evidence Collection Procedures,
Checklist.7. CJ'TF-7 IG EPW/CI Holdingantemment Facility Inspection
Interest and Criminal Detainees,8. IAD FRAGO 539A: Procedures fnr Detainees of Intelligence
dated 302359AUG03.
Training Package9. ENCLOSURE 8, lAD FRAGO 539A: Criminal Detention
for Brigade Holding Facilities.10. ENCLOSURE 1, TO lAD FRAGO 539A: Minimum Standards
11. IAD FRAGO 623A: Detainee Processing, dated 212345DJUL03
Holding Facilities (September 03)" 12. lAD PAM 1-201: Commapd Inspection Checklist-Detainee
13. lAD PM Tactical Update, 20 Feb 04: Interrogation Techniques.
19 February 04.14. lAD Interrogation and Counter Resistance Policy, dated
04.15. lAD OPORD 04-006 (IRON SABRE), DATED 16 April
29 April 04, to OPORD 04-006.16. lAD FRAGO 47A: AM TACTICAL UPDATE ORDER
Civilian Internees and other17. AR 190-8: Enemy Prisoners of War, Retained Personnel,
-Detainees, dated 1 October 1997.
Operations, dated 1 August 2001.18. FM 3-19.40: Military Police Internment/Resettlement
2003.19. AR 350-1: Army Training and Education, dated 9 April
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1993.20. AR 190-40: Serious Incident Report, dated 30 November
.21. AR 40-5: Preventive Medicine, dated 15 October 1990
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Tactics, Techniques &22. FM 8-51: Combat Stress Control in a Theater of Operations
Procedures, dated 30 January 1998.
AETV-THI Form 1-201-R dated 1 July 2000 DA IG 13

lAD DETAINEE OPERATIONS INSPECTION CHECKLIST DATE OF INSPECTION
13 MAY 04

FUNCTIONAL AREA/SUBORD1NATE AREA: CHECICLIST EFF DATE: PAGE
DETAINEE HOLDING FACILITY MANAGEMENT September 2003 1 OF 6
CHG (1) 6 May 2004

INSPECTION OFFICE/AGENCY INSPECTOR'S NAME & PHONE NUIVIBER
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1. Does the unit/facility have on band copies of published FRAGO(s)/Tactical Updates applicable-to
Detainee Operations and Facility Management? ..X..

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2. Does the unit/facility comply with directives published in FRAGO(s)/ Tactical Updates9 .X... . n
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Does the unit/facility have on hand a copy of the latest lAD Detainee Operations
Inspection Checklists 9 ...X..

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Does the unit/ facility have a copy of the previous inspection results/findings ? ..X..

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5. Has the unit/facility corrected deficiencies/shortcomings found during previous inspections? . X...
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6. Is an adequate and current facility SOP published that addresses such issues as: physical r.n security, guard procedures, ROI/ROE , CI In-processing, detainee health and welfare, detainee religious rights, detainee discipline, and intelligence collection
cr) and facility security/QRF procedures IAW CJTF-7 Detention Facility Inspection Checklist. and CJTF FRAGO 7419 .
7. Are interrogators utilizing approved interrogation methods IAW CITF Interrogation Policy,
IAD Interrogation/Counter Resistance Policy & lAD PM Tactical Update 20 Feb 04 ?. ...X..
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8.Are procedures in place to separate women/minors/physically and mentally disabled detainees .
from adult male detainees IAW AR 190-8, para 3-4a & Enclosure 1 to lAD FRAGO 539A ? ... .. X..

9. Are there procedural and training safeguards to prevent inhumane treatment and abuse of
detainees IAW AR- 1980-8 para. 1-5 (a-g) & para. 4 (b-c)? ..X...
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lAD DETAINEE OPERATIONS INSPECTION CHECKLIST DATE OF INSPECTION
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FUNCTIONAL AREAJSUBORDINATE AREA: CHECKLIST EFF DATE: PAGE
DETAINEE HOLDING FACILITY MANAGEMENT September 2003 2 OF 6 CHG (1) 6 May 2004
INSPECTION OFFICE/AGENCY INSPECT0129g NAME & PHONE NUMBER
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10. Are facility personnel/staff aware of any actual or alleged incidents of detainee abuse, and/or
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mistreatment ? No known cases of alleged or actual detainee
abuse/mistreatment

11.Have incidents (actual or alleged) of detainee mistreatment/abuse been reported through the chain of command and forwarded via SIR IAW AR 19040, para 2-1/App. B 9
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Are there any indications of detainee tnistreatrnent/abuse9 NO

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Are written facility rules posted (native language) IAW AR 190-8, para. 6-10(b)

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Does the unit/facility have established procedures to allow detainees to submit requests/complaints regarding the conditions of their confmement/intemment (are the procedures posted detainees' native language) IAW AR 190-8, para 6-9 9

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Does the unit/facility provide detainees with a copy of the 1949 Geneva Convention (in their own

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language) IAW AR 190-8, para. 34(a)
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16. Are unit/facility personnel trained to conduct Detainee Operations (Geneva Convention, ROE/ROI
unlawful Fraternization with Detainees, etc) JAW AR 350-1, para.4-14; CJTF-7 FRAGO 741; AR 190-8, para 3-6a; and FM 3-19.40 para. 248? ) Is training documented?
17. Does the unit/facility conduct training for newly assigned soldiers/facility staff, and
sustainment training IAW AR 350-1 para 4-14c and Table G-1 Refresher Training

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FUNCTIONAL AREA/SlUBORDINATE AREA: CHECICLIST EFF DATE: PAGE
DETAINEE HOLDING FACILITY MANAGEMENT September 2003 3 OF6 CHG (1) 6 May 2004
INSPECTION OFFICE/AGENCY INSPECTOR'S NAME & PHONE NUMBER
ITEM GO NG NA
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18. Does the unit/facility conduct stress counseling and/or training on stress management
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techniques for guards/facility soldiers IAW FM 3-19.40, para 2-489
19. Does the facility utilize combat stress teams to conduct stress management training and
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and counseling IAW FM 3-19.40, para 2-48 and FM 8-51, App. D, D-2 f (3)
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lAD DETAINEE OPERATIONS INSPECTION CHECICLIST DATE OF INSPECTION
13 MAY 04

FUNCTIONAL AREAJSUBORDINATE AREA: CHECKLIST EFF DATE: PAGE
DETAINEE HOLDING FACILITY MANAGEMENT September 2003 4 of 6
CHG (1) 6 May 2004

INSPECTION OFF10E/AGENCY INSPECTOR'S NAME & PHONE NUMBER
ITEM GO NG NA
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Conunents:
1. a). Issue: Does unit/facility have copies of published FRAGO(s) applicable to Detainee Operations 0
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b).Discussion: Facility did not have copies of many FRAGO(s) applicable to detainee
operation.s; nor were they aware of the key FRAGO(s) that pertain to detainee operations.
Facility is however in compliance to directives publishedin the FRAGO(s) for this area of

, the inspection. 1/44) ; Z
c).Recommendation: Unit leadership needs to en.sure that information pertaining to detainee o .
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4/5. a) Issue: Does facility have a copy of the previous inspection results and corrected previously
identified deficiencies? N/A

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b). Discussion: This facility had not been inspected before; this was the first inspection to
include using this new IAD inspection checklist.

c). Recommendation: Facility maintain a copy of this inspection and make the apprdpriate p-
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corrections, where warranted, before the next inspection.
6. a). Issue: Does the facility have an adequate SOP? b).Discussion: facility SOP is very general in nature and does not include such specifics as: p-i internal security procedures, training for guards/facility staff, and detainee in-processing (briefing of facility rules, filing complaints, etc).
c).Recommendation: 'That the unit/facility continue to develop their SOP to include these
items.

7. a). Issue: Are Interrogators utilizing approved interrogation methods? .
b). Discussion: Although facility/interrogators were not aware that lAD CG issued specific
guidance (1AD Interrogation and C,ounter Resistance Policy, dated 19 Feb. 03) that
supplements CJTF's Interrogation Policy, the interrogators.are in full compliance with
established directives and do a very good job utilizing interrogation methods that are
consistent with the humane treatment of detainees.

c) Recommendation: Get a copy of the 1 AD Interrogation and Counter Resistance Policy,
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dated 19 Feb. 03 and keep up the good work in this area.
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AETV-THI Form 1-201-R dated 1 July 2000
DA IG
lAD DETAINEE OPERATIONS INSPECTION CHECKLIST
DATE OF INSPECTION
, 13 MAY 04
FUNCTIONAL AREA/SUBORDINATE AREA: CHECKLIST EFF DATE: PAGE
DETAINEE HOLDING FACILITY MANAGEMENT September 2003 5 of 6
CHG (1) 6 May 2004
INSPECTION OFFICE/AGENCY INSPECTOR'S NA1VIE & PHONE N1UMBER

ITEM GO NG NA
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9. a). Issue: Are there procedural and training safeguards in place to prevent inhumane treattnent
and abuse of Detainees?

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b).Discussion: Facility does have procedural safeguards in place to include NCO supervision and spot checicing and a memo that the soldiers read and sign to confirm that they understand the "right" way to treat detainees. The facility however; does not have a training program in place to cover mandatory training of RUF, Fraternization, Laws of War, and Geneva Convention. This is a new checklist item that facility was not aware of Facility 0 21' OIC stated that he will develop a training program to cover these areas.
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11. a) Issue: Have incidents (actual/alleged) of detainee abuse been reported through the chain of
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c). Recommendation: None
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13. a). Issue: Are written facility rules posted (in native language) ?
b).Discussion: Unit/facility has not developed facility rules of which to brief each detainee.
c).Recommendation: Unit/facility develop a set of facility rules that are briefed to each
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detainee as they are in-processed; additionally, post the rules , in Arabic, so the detainees 0 can see and read the rules. This requirement should be part of the unit's SOP; suggested to the unit that they develop an "in-processing checklist" that is used for in-processing each detainee and to include briefmg facility rules as a checklist item.
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14. a). Issue: Does facility have a procedure for detainee to file complaints/requests?
b). Discussion: Facility does not have any formal procedure iriplace of which detainees are
aware that they can communicate their requests/complaints through facility staff.
Interrogators, although, mentioned that they have designated one detainee in each area to
be the spokesperson who can submit complaints to the facility staff.

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c) Recommendation: The facility develop a formal procedure for detainees to file complaints/requests. This procedure should be briefed to each detainee as they are in-' processed and suggest this be part of the facility SOP and in-processing checklist as '
addressed in # 13 above.
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AETV-THI Form 1-201-R dated 1 July 2000
lAD DETAINEE OPERATIONS INSPECTION CHECKLIST DATE OF INSPECTION
13 MAY 04
CHECICLIST EFF DATE: . PAGEFUNCTIONAL AREA/SUBORDINATE AREA:
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DETAINEE HOLDING FACILITY MANAGEMENT September 2003 6 of 6
CHG (1)6 May 2004
INSPECTION OF'FICE/AGENCY INSPECTOR'S NAME & PHONE NUMBER
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ITEM GO NG NA
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16/17.a). Issue: Are unit/facility personnel trained to conduct Detainee Operations?
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b).Discussion: Unit/facility personnel have been briefed on ROE/R01, but not on many other
required areas such as: Fraternization with detainees, Geneva Convention, handling of
property/evidence (DA Form 4137), stress management, etc) This is a new checklist item
that facility was not aware of. Facility OIC stated that he will develop a training program to
cover these areas.

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Detainee Operations and Detainee handling for the personnel who work at the facility.
18/19 a) Issue: Does unit/facility conduct stress counseling/training for facility personnel?
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b).Discussion: Unit has not conducted such; this is a new checldist item and unit was not
aware of the requirement. Unit stated they will schedule this in the near future.

c).Recommendation: Periodically, utilize combat stress teams to conduct stress counseling for
soldiers working at the facility.

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AETV -THI Form 1-201-R dated 1 July 2000
lAD DETAINEE OPERATIONS INSPECTION CHECKLIST
DATE OF INSPECTION
13 MAY 04
FUNCTIONAL AREA/SUBORDINATE AREA: CHECKLIST EFF DATE: PAGE
DETAINEE HOLDING FACILITY SECURITY September 2003 1 OF 4
CHG (1) 6 May 2004
INSPECTION OFFICE/AGENCY

INSPECTOR'S NAME & PHONE NUMBER
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1. Does the outer perimeter include either a fence line topped with barbed wire; triple-strand
concertina fence; or non-scalable wall IAW ENCL 1 to lAD FRAGO 539A ?

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6. Are armed guard forces of sufficient size to:
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b). Overwatch the remainder of the facility from a tower or rooftop IAW ENCL 1 TO
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Do guard towers have unobstructed views of the (clear zone) perimeter fence and the lanes
between fences IAW FM 3-19.40, para 6-7 ?

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Do guard towers have reliable communications between the tower, guards and TOC/C2
IAW FM 3-19.40, para 6-7 ?

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Does the facility have adequate lighting to support its security plan IAW FM 3-19.40, para 6-7 ?

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Do holding area guards act to protect detainees from harmful actions of other detainees, guards,
or external forces TAW Enclosure I to lAD FRAGO 539A ?

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lAD DETAINEE OPERATIONS INSPECTION CHECICLIST
DATE OF INSPECTION 13 MAY 04
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DETAINEE HOLDING FACILITY SECURITY September 2003 2 OF 4
CHG (1) 6 May 04

INSPECTION OFFICE/AGENCY INSPECTOR'S NAME & PHONE NUMBER
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GO NG NA
11. Does the facility/unit have an adequate security plan/procedures in place IAW CJTF-7 Holding
Facility Inspection Checklist ? X

12.Are guards lcnowledgeable of the security plan (QRF), ROE, use of force policies
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and self defense methods IAW FM 3-19.40, para. 2-29, FM 350-1, para 248
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14.Are weapons/rounds stored,secured and guarded , as appropriate, so detainees do not have access to the weapons storage area? CD
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15. Are unit/facility personnel trained to conduct Detainee Operations (Geneva Convention, ROE/ROI CY
Fraternization with Detainees, etc) (JAW AR 350-1, para. 4-14; and AR 190-8 para 3-6a ) X 0
16. Are facility guards/staff aware of any actual or alleged incidents of detainee abuse, and/or mistreatment ? NO
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17. Do facility guards/staff laiow the reporting reporting procedures if they observe or become aware
of a detainee being abused (notify chain of coirmnand/IG/SJA, SIR requirement) IAW AR 190-8,
para. 2-1 ?

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AETV-THI Form 1-201-R dated 1 July 2000
lAD DETAINEE OPERATIONS INSPECTION CHECICLIST DATE OF INSPECTION
13 MAY 04
FUNCTIONAL AREA/SUBORDINATE AREA: CHECICLIST EFF DATE: PAGESeptember 2003
DETAINEE PROCESSING/TRACKING

1 OF 4
CHG (1) 6 May 2004
INSPECTION OFFICE/AGENCY INSPECTOR'S NAME & PHONE NUMBER

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Does unit/facility enter the detainee in the ASASL database when the detainee is in-processed in to the Brigade holding area IAW 1 AD FRAGO 539A

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Does the unit/facility have copies (properly completed) of the CPA Forces Apprehension Form, with two statements (DA Form 2823) for detainee IAW lAD FRAGO 539A/632A? (NOTE: Criminal—APP. Fomi, Statements, Evidence; Threatio Coalition--APP. Form, Statements, and SIR; Detainee of Intel Interests—App. Form & SIR)

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Does the unit/facility provide an area for intelligence collection efforts IAW CJTF Detainee
Holding facility Inspection Checklist ?

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Does the unit/facility maintain an updated DD Form 629 (Receipt for Prisoner or Detained
Person) log to maintain accountability of detainees IAW AR 190-8, CH 2 9

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Are detainees in possession of Intermnent Serial Numbers (ISN) IAW CJTF FRAGO 739 ?

• 6. Is the facility receiving sufficient information from the capture paperwork, or subordinate facility, to properly conduct in processing, screenings and interrogations IAW lAD FRAGO 623A 9
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Are interrogators utilizing approved interrogation methods IAW CITF Interrogation Polley, lAD Interrogation Policy 19 Feb 04, & lAD PM Tactical Update 20 Feb 04

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Does the battalion holding facility move detainees, and evidence; to the brigade holding facility within eight hours of capture IAW 1 lAD FRAGO 539A 9

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Does the brigade holding facility subrnit an SIR (Summarized Interrogation Report) within 48 hours after capture IAW 1 AD OPORD 04-006 9

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AETV-THI Form 1-201-R dated 1 July 2000
lAD DETAINEE OPERATIONS INSPECTION CHECICLIST DAT'E OF INSPECTION
13 MAY 04

FUNCTIONAL AREA/SUBORDINATE AREA: CHECICLIST EFF DATE: ' PAGE
September 2003 2 OF 4DETAINEE PROCESSING/TRACIUNG CHG (1) 6 May 2004

INSPECTION OFFICE/AGENCY INSPECTOR'S NAME & PHONE NUMBER
ITEM GO NG NA
10. Does the brigade facility submit SIR(s) from subsequent interrogations every 24 hours for as .
long as the brigade has custody of the detainee IAW lAD FRAGO 539A ?

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11. Does the brigade holding facility move "Division Targets", to the DIF vvithin 72 hrs
after capture IAW lAD FRAGO 47A ? 0
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12. Does the brigade holding facility move detainees (not Division-Targets) to the DIF within
‘o c 10 days after capture, extended to 14 with CG approval, IAW lAD FRAGO 47A 9 . X .. o
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13. Does the brigade facility interrogate detainees within 72 hours from time of capture IAW IAD
FRAGO 539A 9
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14. Does the Brigade CDR, XO, S3, or S2 sign the SIR(s) prior to the transfer of the detainee to the
DIF as a means to provide QC on the detainee's documentation to ensure they are complete
and that the recommended disposition of the detainee is reflective of the commander's desires

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15.Are cruninal detainees moved from the brigade holding facility to the CHF within 72 hours of
apprehension IAW lAD FRAGO 539A 9
16. Does the DIF hold detainees for only 96 hours, at which time they should receive final disposition
instructions from the lAD Command Group IAW lAD FRAGO 539A9 ..X

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17. Does the DIF provide SIR(s) every 24 hours on detainees with translation of documents, to include
evidence seized with each detainee IAW lAD FRAGO 539A 9 ...X


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AETV-T111 Form 1-201-R dated 1 July 2000
lAD DETAINEE OPERATIONS INSPECTION CHECKLIST DATE OF INSPECTION 13 MAY 04
FUNCTIONAL AREA/SUBORDINATE AREA: DETAINEE PROCESSING/TRACKING CHECKLIST EFF DATE: September 2003 CHG (1) 6 May 2004 PAGE 3 OF 4
INSPECTION OFFICE/AGENCY INSPECTOR'S NAME & PHONE NUMBER
ITEM GO NG. NA

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Does the DIF report four times daily a list of all detainees currently at the DIF and once daily a rollup of all persons currently held, or previously processed through the DIF IAW 1AD FRAGO 539A ?

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Does the DIF have copies of vvritten approval for each detainee that entailed disposition out of the DEP IAW lAD FRAGO 539A ?

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Does the DIF have approval documentation for all detainees sent to Abu Gurayb IAW lAD FRAGO 47A ?

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Are facility personnel/staff aware of iny actual or alleged incidents of detainee abuse, and/or mistreatment ? NO

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DETANIEE PROCESSING/TRACKING September 2003 4 of 4 CHG (1) 6 May 2004
INSPECTION OFFICE/AGENCY INSPECTOR'S NAME & PHONE .N1UMBER
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ITEM GO NG NA

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Question 1: No. This is due to connectivity issues with the DIV, the RGT and SQD have
a suitable alternate method that works well.
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Question 9: No, SIRs are not provided within 36.hrs. This is mainly a manning issue as well as connectivity. RGT needs to enforce this with subordinates and I expect this to help considerably. As far as connectivity, the RGT will have to be more proactive in letting higher know of comms issues when they occur. -.4)
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1 AD DETAINEE OPERATIONS INSPECTION CHECKLIST DATE OF INSPECTION
17MAV 04
FUNCTIONAL AREA/SUBORDINATE AREA: CHECKLIST EFF DATE: PAGE
DETAINEE HOLDING FACILITY OPERATIONS September 2003 1 OF 3
CHG (1) 6 May 2004

INSPECTION OFFICE/AGENCY INSPECTOR'S NAME & PHONE NUMBER
IAD STAFF
IG
ITEM GO NG NA
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Unit Inspected: RSS, 2ACR Location: Camp Echo, Iraq Date: 18 June 2004 .
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OVERALL ASSESSMENT

I. Detainee Holding Facility Management: a). Established Plans/SOPs/Procedures ...X. b). Compliance to FRAGO(s), Policies, AR(s), SOP(s), etc d). Facility StaffGuard training . X.. ,. .....
. . e). Detainee Handling/Discipline Procedures " ....X
II. Detainee Holding Facility Security . . X.
III. Detainee Processing and Tracking
IV.
Interrogation Procedures/Methods X

V.
Compliance to Laws of War X

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VI. Detainee Evidence/Property Accountability ... X. ..... ..
VII. Detainee Health and Welfare: . a). Humane Treatment .& Hygiene ....X. ..... .. b). Medical X c). Morale ....X •
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Outbrief to Commander or designee completed? Yes
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1 AD DETAINEE OPERATIONS INSPECTION CHECKLIST DATE OF INSPECTION
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FUNCTIONAL AREA/SUBORDINATE AREA: CHECICLIST EFF DATE: PAGE
DETAINEE HOLDING FACILITIES OPERATIONS September 2003
2 of 3 CHG (1) 6 May 2004
INSPECTION OFFICE/AGENCY INSPECTOR'S NAME & PHONE NUMBER
IG
IAD STAFF
ITEM GO NG NA
OVERALL ASSESSMENT COMMENTS:
1). Inspection Team consisted of:
a). _ _ : Inspected facility management, compliance to Laws of War, Property/Evidence accountability, and Morale issues. (-)
o 2,) b). _ I: Inspected Medical, Humane Treatment, 8
and Hygiene.
c). Enspected Detainee Processing/Tracicing and
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Interrogation Methods.
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d). , : Inspected Facility Security. ‘0
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2). Comments: Although unit has only been operating this facility for a few weeks, it was 2 -4 evident they have put forth very good dffort to comply with governing directives. Although most inspected areas were noted as "GO"; the unit needs to continue to refine their detainee
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operations with special consideration for found deficiencies as noted in this checklist. CD Highlighted areas requiring attention include: evidence/property tagging and tracking, 0
1.4)
further development of their detainee operations training program, and documentation of CD their preventive medicine inspections. Overall, the unit/facility's operations are in good shape and associated personnel are leaning forward to make improvements.
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AETV-THI Form 1-201-R dated 1 July 2000

1 AD DETAINEE OPERATIONS INSPECTION CHECKLIST DATE OF INSPECTION
17 MAV fld
FUNCTIONAL AREA/SUBORDINATE AREA: CHECKLIST EFF DATE: PAGE
DETAINEE HOLDING FACILITY OPERATIONS September 2003 3 OF 3
CHG (1) 6 May 2004

INSPECTION OFFICE/AGENCY INSPECTOR'S NAME & PHONE NUMBER
IG IAD STAFF
ITEM GO NG NA
REFERENCES
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J. CJTF-7 FRAGO 006M: Detention of Civilians, dated 190200ZMar 03
2.
CJTF-7 FRAGO 209: Criminal Investigations ISO Final"Victory, Detention Facility Operations,
EPW, Criminal Detainees and Security Internee Status Determinations, and handling of Suspected
War Criminals, dated 282021DJUNO3.

3.
CIFF-7 FRAGO 741: Rules for the Use of Force (RUF) for Detention Facilities, dated 051553DMAY )3.

4.
CJTF-7 FRAGO 749: Intelligence & Evidence-Led Detention Operations Relating to Detainees,
dated 242320DAUG03.

5.
CJTF-7 Memorandutn: Interrogation and Counter Resistance Policy, dated 10 Sept 2003.

6.
CJTF-7 FRAGO 710: Evidence Collection Procedures, dated 301935DAPR04.

7.
CJTF-7 IG EPW/CI Holding/Internment Facility Inspection Checklist.

8.
lAD FRAGO 539A: Procedures fOr Detainees of Intelligence Interest and Criminal Detainees,

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dated 302359AUG03.
9.
ENCLOSURE 8, IAD FRAGO 539A: Criminal Detention Training Package

10.
ENCLOSURE 1, TO lAD FRAGO 539A: Minimurn Standards for Brigade Holding Facilities.

11.
lAD FRAGO 623A: Detainee Processing, dated 212345DJUL03 .

• 12. lAD PAM 1-201: Command Inspection Checklist-Detainee Holding Facilities (September 03)
13.
lAD PM Tactical Update, 20 Feb 04: Interrogation Techniques.

14.
lAD Interrogation and Counter Resistance Policy, dated 19 February 04.

15.
lAD OPORD 04-006 (IRON SABRE), DATED 16 April 04. -

16.
lAD FRAGO 47A: AM TACTICAL UPDATE ORDER 29 April 04, to OPORD 04-006.

17.
AR 190-8: Enemy Prisoners of War, Retained Persormel, Civilian Internees and other
Detainees, dated 1 October 1997. .

18.
FM 3-19.40: Military Police Internment/Resettlement Operations, dated 1 August 2001.

19.
AR 350-1: Army Training and Education, dated 9 April 2003.

20.
AR 190-40: Serious Incident Report, dated 30 November 1993. -.

21.
AR 40-5: Preventive Medicine, dated 15 October 1990 .

22.
FM 8-51: Combat Stress Control in a Theater of Operations Tactics, Techniques & ' Procedures, dated 30 January 1998.

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AETV-THI Form 1-201-R dated 1 July 2000
lAD DETAINEE OPERATIONS INSPECTION CHECKLIST
DATE OF INSPECTION 13 MAY 04
FlUNCTIONAL AREA/SUBORD1NATE AREA: CHECICLIST EFF DATE: PAGE
DETAINEE HOLDING FACILITY OPERATIONS September 2003 1 OF 3
CHG (1) 6 May 2004

INSPECTION OFFICE/AGENCY INSPECTOR'S NAME & PHONE NUMBER
IG lAD STAFF

ITEM GO NG NA
Unit Inspected: 1 SQDN/2ACR
Location: Camp Delta, Al Kut, Iraq
Date: 13 May 2004

OVERALL ASSESSMENT
I. Detainee Holding Facility Management:
a). Established Plans/SOPs/Procedures 0
b). Compliance to FRAGO(s), Policies, AR(s), SOP(s), etc 117
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..e). Detainee Handling/Discipline Procedures
c.)‘0
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II. Detainee Holding Facility Security 0
III. Detainee Processing and Tracicing ....X
CD 0
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IV. Interrogation Procedures/Methods X
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V. Compliance to Laws of War X . 1 •
VI. Detainee Evidence/Property Accountability
VII. Detainee Health and Welfare: -
a). Humane Treatment .& Hygiene
b). Medical
X c). Morale

Outbrief to Comrnander or designee completed? Yes (BN XO and ,
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lAD DETAINEE OPERATIONS INSPECTION CHECKLIST DATE OF INSPECTION
13 MAY 04
FUNCTIONAL AREA/SUBORDINATE AREA: CHECICLIST EFF DATE: PAGE DETAINEE HOLDING FACILITIES OPERATIONS September 2003 2 of 3 CHG (1) 6 May 2004 INSPECTION OFFICE/AGENCY INSPECTOR'S NAM:E & PHONE NUMBER IG .
I AD STAFF
ITEM GO NG' NA
OVERALL ASSESSMENT COMMENTS:
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1). Inspection Team consisted of:
a). . Inspected facility management, conipliance to Laws cif
. War, Property/Evidence accountability, and Morale issues.

: Inspected Medical, Humane Treatment,
b). •
and Hygiene.
c). , : Inspected Detainee Processing/Tracicing and
Interrogation Methods.

d). . _ . ____. , Inspected Facility Security.
2). Comments: Unit has only been operating the facility for a weelcs weeks; considering
such, it is evident that they have put forth good effort to ensure they are in compliance to

. goveming directives. The areas, in priority order, that require the. greatest attention are
security, training, medical/hygiene. The enclosed checklist provides the details for these
areas. Unit/facility staff appear to be leaning forward to improve their detainee operations. .
The unit should have no problem correcting the areas listed as NG.

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lAD DETAINEE OPERATIONS INSPECTION CHECICLIST DATE OF INSPECTION 13 MAY 04 FUNCTIONAL AREA/SUBORDINATE AREA: DETAINEE HOLDING FACILITY OPERATIONS CHECICLLST EFF DATE: September 2003 CHG (1) 6 May 2004 PAGE 3 OF 3 INSPECTION OFFICE/AGENCY IG INSPECTOR'S NAME & PHONE NUMBER IAD STAFF
ITEM GO NG NA
REFERENCES
1. CJTF-7 FRAGO 006M: Detention of Civilians, dated 190200ZMar 03 . C.) )11 0 r-i)
2. CJTF-7 FRAGO 209: Criminal Investigations ISO Final Victory, Detention Facility Operations, D)
Determinations, and handling of Suspected for Detention Facilities, dated 051553DMAY Operations Relating to Detainees, EPW, Criminal Detainees and Security Internee Status War Criminals, dated 282021DJUNO3. 3. CJTF-7 FRAGO 741: Rules for the Use of Force (RUF) 4. CJTF-7 FRAGO 749: Intelligence & Evidence-Led Detention )3. a. 0 cs V) 0, 0
dated 242320DAUG03.
Policy, dated 10 Sept 2003.5. CTIF-7 Memorandum: Interrogation and Counter Resistance
dated 301935DAPRO4.6. CJTF-7 FRAGO 710: Evidence Collection Procedures,
Checldist Interest and Criminal Detainees, 7. CJTF-7 IG EPW/CI Holding/Internment Facility Inspection 8. lAD FRAGO 539A: Procedures for. Detainees of Intelligence CD
dated 302359AUG03.
Training Package9. ENCLOSURE 8, lAD FRAGO 539A: Criminal Detention
for Brigade Holding Facilities.10. ENCLOSURE 1, TO lAD FRAGO 539A: Minimum Standards
11. lAD FRAGO 623A: Detainee Processing, dated 212345DJUL03
• 12. lAD PAM 1-201: Command Inspection Checklist-Detainee Holding Facilities (September 03)
13. lAD PM Tactical Update, 20 Feb 04: Interrogation Techniques.
14. lAD Interrogation and Counter Resistance Policy, dated 19 February 04.
15. lAD OPORD 04-006 (IRON SABRE), DATED 16 April 04.
16. lAD FRAGO 47A: AM TACTICAL UPDATE ORDER 29 April 04, to OPORD 04-006.
17. AR 190-8: Enemy Prisoners of War, Retained Personnel, Civilian Internees and other
Detainees, dated 1 October 1997. -
Operations, dated 1 August 2001. 2003. 1993. 18. FM 3-19.40: Military Police Internment/Resettlement 19. AR 350-1: Arrny Training and Education, dated 9 April 20. AR 190-40: Serious Incident Report, dated 30 November •
21. AR 40-5: Preventive Medicine, dated 15 October 1990
22. FM 8-51: Combat Stress Control in a Theater of Operations Procedures, dated 30 January 1998. AETV-THI Form 1-201-R dated 1 July 2000 Tactics, Techniques & . DA IG , ,• 31

CJTF-7, INSPECTOR GENERAL (IG), EPW/CI HOLDING/INTERNMENT
FACILITY INSPECTION

INSPECTED:FACILITYHOLDING INSPECTION:OFDATE COMMANDER/COMMANDANT:CAMP TEAM:INSPECTIONIG
REFERENCES:
(a) FM 3-19.40 (Internment/Resettlement Operations)
(b) AR 190-8/MCO 3461.1 (Enemy Prisoners of War (EPW), Retained Persormel
(RP), Civilian Internees (CI) and Other Detainees)

(c) relevant FRAGOs
INSPECTION AREAS & PROCESS
Does the EPW/CI facility commander ensure/provide
1. EPW Facility Management:
for:
Command and Control, and Operate/Administer, a Secure Camp?
a.
Specifically:

Is an adequate, current and relevant camp SOP published (and updated,
as required), which fully implements requirements outlined in AR 190-8/MCO 3461.1;
the SOP should include, minimally, all camp physical security, guard measures/
procedures (internal, external and QRF) and a statement concerning applicable ROI/ROE
for escapees; as well as all matters addressed below?

2. In-proCessing of Interned Prisoners (to include tagging, assignment of ISN,
fingerprinting, photographing, and weighing, as required)?:

a. Describe accountability and/or tracking system used (e.g., BATS, NDRS)
[Note: for theatre level coalition holding facilities (CHF): BATS to NDRS (6 digit

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