service. The recorded results of all interviews, observations, training, and employment involving
the prisoner will be incorporated into the file as the basis for developing or changing the individual's
correctional treatment plan. The correctional treatment file will contain, at a minimum, the
a. Planning the program to achieve the desired results, to include necessary counseling,
training, and employment.
c. The prisoner's court-martial order.
d. A record of the admission interviews with the prisoner. This includes information on his
background, offense, personality, aptitude, and interest. It also includes other pertinent matters that
contribute to the development of a sound correctional treatment plan. Where practicable, trained
social worker assistants (supervised by a social work officer), or counselors will conduct admission
e. Recorded information from the prisoner's unit commander. This provides, as available, a
summary of the prisoner's performance of duty, discipline, character, and attitudes while in the unit;
his relationships with other members of the unit; and other factors pertinent to the prisoner or his
f. Recorded observations of correctional personnel who come in contact with or observe the
prisoner, which would help to summarize the prisoner's attitude and behavior. Correctional
personnel will be required to record and submit observations as soon as practicable after the
observation is made.
g. Reports of mental, hygiene, surgeon, chaplain, and judge advocate activities that concern the
h. Correspondence from individuals and agencies interested in or concerned about the prisoner.
i. Records relative to previous offenses when obtained from the Federal Bureau of Investigation
and other law enforcement or correctional agencies concerning the prisoner.
j. Pertinent extracts from the prisoner's military 201 file and other applicable records.
k. Reports of administrative disciplinary measures imposed on the prisoner and reports of
incidents involving the prisoner.
29. All available data in the correctional treatment file will be evaluated by the counseling and
evaluation section and the correctional officer to determine the correctional treatment required for
each prisoner and the specific course of action to be taken by the facility staff. The first
consideration will be whether the prisoner has a potential for further military service. If the
evaluation indicates that the prisoner is unfit or unsuited for military service, administrative
elimination may be considered, but the factors listed below should continue to be considered. If the