cc. Report of Result of Trial: After final adjournment of the court-martial in a case, the
trial counsel will promptly notify the immediate commander of the accused, the convening
authority, or the convening authority's designee, and, if appropriate, the Officer In Charge (OIC) of
the confinement facility of the findings and sentence.
dd. Restoration of Duty: Procedures taken to restore a prisoner to duty whose court-
martial sentence does not include a punitive discharge or includes a punitive discharge that is either
suspended or unexecuted.
ee. Sentenced: An individual becomes a sentenced prisoner when the convening authority
approves the confinement portion of the sentence.
ff. Suspended Sentence: A sentence or portion thereof held in abeyance by the
commander who imposed the punishment or a successor in command.
gg. Unencumbered Space: Usable space that is not obstructed by furnishings or fixtures.
In determining unencumbered space, all fixtures must be in operational position and must provide
the following minimum areas per person: bed, plumbing fixtures, desk, and lockers.
PART B - Management Foundation.
1. As in any activity requiring positive management organization, the Department of the Army has
set forth specific regulations to accomplish the proper management of the Army Correctional
System. The basic elements established for the Army confinement and correctional management
are essentially command and staff responsibilities; organizational structures for each type of RCF,
to include responsibilities and functions; and required confinement facility plant standards. The
general role of these elements in the management foundation will be presented in the discussion that
2. Delineation of responsibility is fundamental in the Army confinement and correction function for
it enters into and affects the performance of all organic management. Delineation of responsibilities
in confinement and correction rests largely on prior Department of the Army determinations having
to do with required policies, activities, organizational structures, and necessary operating
3. The Assistant Secretary of the Army (ASA) for Manpower and Reserve Affairs (M&RA)) will
exercise Army Secretariat oversight for Army corrections, parole, and clemency functions.
Additionally, the ASA, M&RA has responsibility for the functions and operation of the governing
body of the Army Corrections System, the Army Corrections Council, which is composed of the
a. Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations and Housing), Office of the
Assistant Secretary of the Army (OASA) (Installations and Environment).
b. Senior Deputy Counsel, Office of General Counsel.