(a) Laboratory reports or evidence.
(b) Store reports.
(c) Home reports.
(d) Bicycle and property registration.
Military Records and Personnel.
a. Some Army agencies perform investigative functions. These duties and
the agency's jurisdiction may be such that require close relationships with the
CID/MPI. This interaction works both ways, or is termed "reciprocal." A list
of these Army agencies follows:
(1) The Inspector General (IG). IGs are confidential agents. They may
serve the headquarters commander, or a Department of the Army (DA) agency. Or,
they may serve their own staff commander. Their mission is to inquire into and
report upon certain matters.
These would pertain to mission performance and
the state of discipline efficiency.
Other related matters would include the
economy of the command installation, or activity.
IGs perform other duties
like inspections, investigations, and surveys. They do so as required by law
or regulation. They may do so as directed by their commander. Their sphere of
activity includes every phase under the responsibility of their commanders.
The mission of military
intelligence covers the detection and prevention of treason, sedition, and
subversive acts. The DIA is also concerned with disaffection, espionage, and
sabotage within or against the US Armed Services.
(3) The US Army Criminal Records Center (CRC).
The CRC receives and
maintains files of CID/MPI reports of investigation.
investigative data and copies of files or documents. They also furnish data to
persons or agencies authorized to receive it.
(4) The Defense National Agency Check Center.
This agency conducts a
records check of other Federal agencies. They do so to determine if persons
submitted for a National Agency Check (NAC) have a record with other agencies.
(5) The Defense Central Index of Investigations. The function of this
agency is to maintain a record of all criminal and intelligence investigations.
Such investigations are those conducted by the Department of Defense (DOD).
(6) The Army Security Agency.
responsibility of this Agency.
The security of secret codes is also their
(7) The Army Audit Agency.
This agency judges the financial dealings
and business management of all Army commands and activities. The Agency