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  • 1. Military Jurisdiction Presentation Lisa Moody Jason Graefen Angela Coleman
  • 2. Military Justice Jurisdiction
    • Authority to delegate Jurisdiction and Political Process
      • President (commander in chief)
      • Secretary of defense and Department of Defense (DOD)
      • Secretary of the: Army, Navy, Marines, and Air force
      • Military Police and their divisions
      • Political Process
  • 3. Pre-Confinement
    • Types of pre-trial confinement falls under court martial 304a
      • Conditions on liberty
      • Restrictions in lieu of arrest
      • Escort
      • confinement
  • 4. Alternatives to Confinement
    • Different levels of operation: Army, Navy, Air force and Marines
      • McChord: restriction to base, restriction of liberty, extra duty, loss of rank, correctional custody, 30 days rehabilitation
      • Fort Lewis: commander decides whether the soldier will be placed on confinement or just restricted to base
      • Navy: have security barracks that are used when a service member gets into trouble
  • 5. Confinement
    • Confinement: Army Model
      • Restriction by confinement up to 45 days
      • If sentenced to more then seven years confinement occurs at fort Leavenworth Kansas
      • Other inmates in level three facilities include inmates of: a shorter sentence, escape risk offenders, and unmanageable offenders
  • 6. Post Supervision
    • Soldiers are discharged from the military after completion of their sentence.
      • There is no post-supervision conducted
  • 7. Relationship between Military and Civilian Law Enforcement
    • Crime outside of military instillation
      • Arresting jurisdiction belongs to the city or county where the crime is committed
      • County or city releases offender to military custody
      • Example: Murder in military law is article 118 of the uniform code of military justice
  • 8. Relationship between Military and Civilian Law Enforcement
    • Joint Jurisdiction of Offender
      • Anytime there is case of misconduct not on a military instillation both civilian and military law enforcement share jurisdiction.
      • Civilian criminal penalties may be applied as well as military disciplinary action and military court martial.
  • 9. Relationship between Military and Civilian Law Enforcement
    • Title 10
      • Crimes of murder, rape, drug use, larceny, drunk driving and bad checks
      • criminal arrest and prosecution of these offense can be made both by civilian justice and military justice
      • Both Civilian and military law enforcement must report crimes committed in the adjacent jurisdiction.
  • 10. Relationship between the Military and the Courts
    • Article 52 and Article 32
      • Civilian and military can prosecute under their own judicial proceedings.
      • Commander serves as convening authority to decide whether a case proceeds to a military court
      • Article 32 is the proceedings of the court martial.
  • 11. Relationship between the Military and the Courts
    • Jurisdiction
      • To be tried by court martial the military must have jurisdiction over the offender.
  • 12. Special Populations
    • Sex Offenders
    • Drug Offenders
  • 13. Sex offenders
    • USDB
      • 55% percent of the population at U.S. Disciplinary Barracks Fort Leavenworth committed sex offenses
      • Minimum (general population) Medium and Maximum security
      • Confinement level is based on seriousness of crime and behaviors of the offender
  • 14. Sex offenders
    • Security
      • Camera systems and surveillance
      • Inmate movement through the facility
      • Meals served in minimum, medium, and maximum levels
      • Correctional Specialists
  • 15. Sex offenders
    • Relationship and Interaction
      • Rehabilitative Programs
      • Educational Opportunities
      • Trades (Textile, Barber, and Wood Work
      • Behavioral Observation (Correctional Specialists)
      • Mental Evaluation (Mental Health Staff)
      • Sex Offender Registry Requirement
  • 16. Drug Offenders
    • Treatment
      • Processed under court martial
      • Sentencing is of a non judicial or administrative discharge from the service
      • If in need of immediate detoxification offender is sent to a treatment center
      • Further Rehabilitation is offered through the Veterans affairs office
  • 17. Budget
    • Department of Defense
      • Total Funding: 439.3 billion
      • Operation and Maintenance: 152.2 billion
      • Military Personnel: 110.8 billion
      • Procurement: 84.2 billion
      • Research, Development : 73.2 billion
      • Military Construction: 12.6 billion
      • Family Housing: 4.1 billion
  • 18. Professions
    • Commander in Chief
      • Requirements, Salary, Responsibilities
        • 35 years of age
        • Citizen of the united states
        • Have lived in the United States for at least 14 years
        • 400.000 plus salary
        • Choose cabinet members
        • Command armed forces (military)
        • Foreign relations
        • Appoint judicial members
        • Sign and veto bills created by congress
        • Propose new laws
  • 19. Professions
    • Criminal Investigation Division Agent (CID)
      • Requirements, Salary, Responsibilities
        • 18 years of age
        • U.S. Citizen
        • U.S. Soldier
        • Maximum grade of E-5
        • Two years military experience
        • 60 college credits
        • Pass TABE Test
        • Pass physical fitness test
        • Continued
  • 20. Professions Professions
    • Criminal Investigation Division Agent (CID)
      • Requirements, Salary, Responsibilities
        • Normal color vision
        • Possess a valid drivers license
        • Top secret clearance, good credit, no discharge
        • Provide security for DOD personnel
        • Investigate crimes committed by soldiers and civilians residing on military instillations
        • Forensic analysis of credit fraud and biological evidence
        • Under cover investigations
        • Participation in judicial process of offenders
  • 21. Professions
    • Military Police
      • Requirements, Salary, Responsibilities
        • Physical demands: moderately heavy
        • Aptitude test score of 95
        • Security clearance
        • Valid drivers license
        • No record of pre-trial intervention or conviction
        • No offense involving force or violence
        • Age 18 at time of enlistment
        • No record of possession or use of any narcotic
        • Must have training in military police school
        • continued
  • 22. Professions
    • Military Police
      • Requirements, Salary, Responsibilities
        • Use of fire arms
        • Arrest and restraint
        • Field missions
        • Military and civil laws and jurisdiction
        • Crime and accident investigation procedures
        • Traffic and crowd control procedures
        • Arrest and restraint of a suspect
        • Respond to 911 calls
        • Use radars, working gates, and patrol on foot or in vehicle