Cooperative. There are two choices in block 15; "Yes" or "No." If "NO" is checked, an
explanation must be included in the details of the report. Refusal to make a statement or to waive civil
rights does not constitute being uncooperative. Remember, a subject has the right to refuse to make
any statement which may be self-incriminating.
Identifying marks. All identifying characteristics such as scars, marks, and tattoos which are
readily visible without a strip search should be noted for each subject. The description as well as the
location of the identifying mark should be noted. If there are no identifying marks, state "NONE" or
"NONE VISIBLE" as appropriate.
Persons related to report. All persons related to a report, except the subject, are identified in
this space. Military police involved with the case are included. However, the name of the person
shown in Block 8 is not repeated here.
Names are listed in the format of last (all caps), first, middle initial. NMI (no middle initial) is
used when applicable. The grade will be the military pay grade for military personnel and civilian pay
grade for DA civilian personnel (for example, GS7). The codes for column "e" category and "f" status
can be found at the bottom of the report form.
Property data. In the Property Data block, list all lost, stolen, recovered, and/or damaged
property related to the report. Evidence which falls into one of these four categories will also be listed
here. However, evidence that is confiscated from its owner and has not been lost, stolen, recovered, or
damaged is not listed in Block 18. This information should be entered in Block 19b, Disposition of
Evidence (for example, a knife used by its owner in an aggravated assault is evidence, but not listed in
Block 18, because it has not been lost, stolen, recovered, or damaged).
The date listed is the date of loss, theft, damage, or recovery, whichever is later. The codes for
"b" and "c" are self-explanatory and can be found at the bottom of the report form. The codes chosen
should be the ones that most accurately reflect the type and action. The code chosen for action must
reflect the actual state of the property at the time of the report. Only one code is used for each column.
The value listed will be the fair market value (U.S. currency) obtained from the owner or responsible
Disposition. The disposition of the offender must be stated clearly, to indicate time of release
and name of unit member accepting release. If a subject has not been apprehended, the subject will
be listed as "at large." The disposition of evidence must include a description of the evidence and its
present location, also indicate the initiation of the DA Form 4137 (Evidence/Property Custody
Enclosures. This is a list of all the statements and reports completed at the time the MPR is
prepared. List those documents which provide facts governing the offense and are being sent with the
report to the commander.