33. Prisoner Program Officer. Duties will include immediate responsibility for the administration
of the prisoner assignment and disposition program. Responsible for prisoner work IAW approved
board actions and for the prisoner prerelease orientation program.
34. Employment NCO. The employment officer works under supervision of the director of
operations and is responsible for proper prisoner employment IAW approved board actions,
prisoner movements, and passes control.
35. Supply Supervisor. The supply officer is responsible for procurement, storage, maintenance,
and issue of all clothing, supplies, and equipment for the disciplinary barracks, other than that
reported for use by guard companies and transportation. Supervises and controls the taking of
technical service property inventories, the maintenance of required stock records, and the
preparation of supply reports and requisitions.
36. Prisoner Services Division. This officer plans, organizes, and supervises recreational activities
for prisoners. Responsible for the procurement, issue, and proper maintenance and care of all
special services equipment, including procurement of films and operation and supervision of motion
pictures. Responsible for supervision of the prisoner band, including proper maintenance and care
37. Commander, Headquarters Military Police (MP) Battalion. This commander exercises
command, control, and provides discipline and personnel administrative support to all Army
enlisted cadre of the confinement facility. Provides morale, welfare, recreation, education, supply,
and selected training support to all military personnel assigned to the USDB.
38. Other Staff Officers and Enlisted Men. Personnel, other than those listed above, will be
designated by the commandant on a functional basis to fit local conditions and to obtain the most
efficient and effective use of personnel.
correctional treatment activities comprised of useful work, training, and correctional motivation.
The USDB provides the opportunity for prisoners to participate in intensive academic education and
vocational training activities and to improve their skills and knowledge through useful and
constructive employment of value to the Army. Training will be designated to provide prisoners an
opportunity to improve their future value to the service if restored to duty as well as their abilities to
make successful readjustment to civilian life.