EPW CAPTURE TAG PDF

The DD Form is a perforated three-part form that is individually serial-numbered. If you run out of DD Forms , use a field-expedient method to tag. Ensure that the following minimum information is recorded: 1 Date and time of capture. Record the following minimum information: Note: Due to the limited space on the DD Form , you may need or be required to document the circumstances of capture on a separate sheet of paper or another form, such as the DA Form

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The DD Form is a perforated three-part form that is individually serial-numbered. If you run out of DD Forms , use a field-expedient method to tag. Ensure that the following minimum information is recorded: 1 Date and time of capture. Record the following minimum information: Note: Due to the limited space on the DD Form , you may need or be required to document the circumstances of capture on a separate sheet of paper or another form, such as the DA Form Circumstances of capture are essential to determining individual detainee status, making subsequent decisions to release or detain, and collecting and documenting items of intelligence and evidentiary value for custody transfer decisions or future judicial proceedings.

Tag the detainee and his equipment. If you are using a field-expedient method, ensure you make 3 copies to represent parts A, B, and C of the form. Distribute tag as follows: 1 Ensure that part A is attached to the detainee. Note: This is the preferred method for large items because it does not damage them. Note: This is the preferred method for small items. Note: Give careful consideration to how and where identification marks are placed on items.

Unnecessary damage or destruction of items of personal property or valuable items that may ultimately be returned to the detainee or suspect is unwarranted. To avoid defacing or damaging items, identification markings should be as inconspicuous as possible. Otherwise, place the item in a container that can be sealed and marked.

Prepare DA Form For example, a weapon is discovered by another individual or turned in by another unit at the point of capture. Enter the address of the person from whom you received the items in the "Address" block, if known.

Fill in the "location from where obtained" block. Describe where the item was found on the person for example, removed from left front pant pocket. Annotate the exact location if the property was found in the area that the detainee was captured; for example, a description might read, "two-story house next to Exxon station on MSR Tampa IVO Baghdad. Enter the reason for confiscation in the "reason obtained" block for example, confiscated during search of the detainee. Note the first time when the first item was taken and note the last time when the last item was confiscated.

Enter Item Number. List items consecutively. List the quantity of each item in the "quantity" column. Like items may be listed as a group.

For example, 20 pills found in a container may be entered as one entry. Describe each item in the "Description of Articles" block. Describe each item by what can be observed. Use plain bond paper to record the continuation if necessary. Note: Never list or estimate the value of articles or describe the type of metal or stone in items. For example, describe an item that looks like gold as gold-colored metal. Complete the "Chain of Custody" portion of the form to transfer items from the owner or individual from which the item is obtained to the person receiving custody of the items.

The "Chain of Custody" portion of the form is also used to transfer items from one person to another. If only certain items are released, list only those items for example, "Item 1 and 3" 2 Enter date of custody transfer in the "Date" block. Have the person sign in the "Signature" block.

Enter the words "Refused to Sign" or "Unable to Sign" in the Signature block if the person refuses or is unable to.

There is no legal requirement for the form to be witnessed if the individual refuses to sign. Bundle all property if necessary and place it in a secure location away from the search area when the search is completed and you have confiscated all the material found on the detainee allow ldetainee to keep their he met, clothing and any NBC protective equipment once they have been searched thoroughly.

Note: Any material or method may be used to bundle property, as long as it is secure, will protect the property, and can be marked in such a way that it can be tracked with the detainees DD Form number. Evaluation Preparation: Provide the Soldier with role players as a guard and detainee.

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Tojanris Once EPWs arrive at the collection point, the platoon sergeant assumes responsibility for them. He provides for security and transports them to the company EPW collection point. Soldiers then coordinate with yag platoon and company headquarters to link up and turn the documents and prisoners over to designated individuals. Detainees are allowed to keep protective equipment such as protective masks. If it does not happen the ability of higher headquarters to quickly obtain pertinent tactical information is greatly reduced. All confiscated items must be tagged. Tactical questioning of detainees is allowed relative to collection of CCIR.

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Mezilrajas In addition to initial processing, the capturing element provides guards and transportation to move prisoners to the designated EPW collection points. Tactical questioning of detainees is allowed relative to collection of CCIR. Detainees are allowed to keep protective equipment such as protective masks. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. All persons captured, personnel detained or retained by U. Immediately report allegations of abuse through command channels. Ensure detainees are provided adequate food, potable water, clothing, shelter, medical attention, and that they not exposed to unnecessary danger.

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