In this lesson you will learn how to conduct a proper and effective investigation
of an offense.
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE:
Direct personnel conducting an investigation of an offense.
You will have this subcourse, paper and pencil.
To demonstrate competency of this task you must achieve a minimum
score of 70 percent on the subcourse examination.
The material contained in this lesson was derived from the following
publications: AR 190-30, AR 190-45, AR 195-4, AR 195-5, AR 195-6,
CIDR 195-5, FM 19-10, FM 19-20.
matters which do not fall within CID jurisdiction and cannot be readily resolved by
regular military police operations.
Investigators and investigations must be
properly managed in this capacity to ensure timely and accurate resolution of all
incidents and complaints referred to the MPI section.
PART A - DETERMINE MILITARY POLICE JURISDICTION AND AUTHORITY
In the continental limits of the United States, incidents that happen off post are
normally investigated by civil law enforcement agencies.
These include state,
county, municipal, and federal agencies.
When an incident
occurs off a military reservation, contact is made with the
or law enforcement agency.
Results are documented and reported
on DA Form 3975.
Copies of civil police reports are obtained and attached to the
MP report whenever