(1) Sequence number.
This is the sequence number of the report for the
current calendar year.
It will be a five-digit numeric indicator.
00213 indicate that this is the 213th report PREPARED by the reporting MP unit
during the current CALENDAR YEAR.
(2) Year suffix. The last two digits of the current calendar year will follow
the hyphen. For example, 00213-XX means that this is the 213th report prepared by
the reporting MP unit during calendar year 19XX.
b. Before forwarding the report, place a hyphen after the year suffix. Follow
this by the number of the report for this year.
For example, 00213-XX-00106
indicates that this is the 213th report PREPARED during 19XX, and the 106th report
FORWARDED to a commander.
a. Initial report. The date the report is ACTUALLY PREPARED will be shown in a
six-digit, year-month-day format. This is no hyphen. For example, the date-group
XX0801 shows that the report was done on 01 Aug 19XX.
b. The final report should show the date the REPORT TO BE FORWARDED is prepared.
It may or may not be the same as the report date on the initial report. Like the
initial report, it will be shown in a six-digit, year-month-day format without
3. USACRC CONTROL NUMBER.
This block will be completed ONLY on those cases being sent on to the Criminal
Records Center (CRC), USACIDC. This entry will consist of three groups of digital
information. Each group will be separated by hyphens, e.g., 00-MPCO00-00000:
a. Year suffix. The last two digits of the current calendar year will be used;
b. MP unit number.
The second grouping is an alphanumeric code starting with
the letters MPC.
These are followed by a three-digit MP unit number assigned to
each unit by the Department of the Army through AR 190-45, Appendix B; e.g., XX-
c. Case number.
The third digital grouping will be a case number assigned to
the preparing MP unit. This number is assigned by each major command, e.g., 860-
MPC056-4618C. The example shows the report to be a 1986 MP