authorities in parentheses. For example: Resisting Apprehension, Article 95, UCMJ
(Civil Charge-Resisting Arrest).
When a civil charge has no MCM equivalent, the
terms used by civil authorities will be specified. When the offense involves the
violation of a certain regulation or directive, the listing will be explicit. It
will include both a word description and a citation of the directive violated.
When more than one offense is charged, each will be listed and numbered.
Indicate if the site of the incident was on or off post.
Do so by checking the
appropriate box. Give the precise location of the occurrence. The location must
be described with such detail as to distinguish that place from all others.
address, including building number, street name, post (or city), state, and zip
code is adequate.
However, at times other descriptions may better identify the
location. For example, the names of intersecting streets or grid coordinates may
9. TIME OF OFFENSE/DATE OF OFFENSE/OFFENSE CODES.
a. Time of offense. The time of the offense will be written in military time.
For example: 0031 or 1455.
If an exact time is not known, a time range will be
noted; i.e., 0100-0200.
b. Date of offense.
The same six-digit, year-month-day format used for the
report date is used to show the date of offense.
c. Offense codes. The offense code will be entered on each report sent to CRC.
This block describes as well as possible the complaint listed in Block 3.
alphanumeric code is used. These codes are listed in Appendix C of AR 190-45.