b. Copies of DD Form 1920 are distributed as required. It is also attached to DA Form 3946,
Traffic Accident Report, and DA Form 3975, Military Police Report.
DA Form 2804, Criminal Data Reference Card.
a. DA Form 2804 is used to forward identifying data on persons involved in reportable offenses
to USACIDC Crime Center.
b. One card is made out for each subject and victim on a MPR. This form provides extensive
information about their identity and relationship to the military.
c. The completed DA Form 2804 is attached to, and forwarded with, the completed DA Form
3975. They are forwarded by the preparing office directly to:
U.S. Army Crime Records Center
2301 Chesapeake Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21222-4099
DD Form 629, Receipt for Prisoner.
a. This form is used to transfer a prisoner or detained person from one activity to another.
Earlier in this lesson and in Lesson 1, we discussed briefly how this form is noted on the desk blotter
and on the MPR. In the lessons, the DD Form 629 was completed by the desk sergeant and signed by
the person taking custody of the prisoner.
b. This form will also be noted on the desk blotter in the "Action Taken" column when the MPs
have apprehended a suspect or detained a person for questioning at the MP station. When the MPs have
finished questioning the subject, or when the prisoner is turned over to another law enforcement agency,
the receipt is signed by the person receiving custody.
c. When you are reviewing MP forms, find out if the patrol or desk sergeant held the subject in
custody. If so, make sure the proper forms are initiated and the custody is properly documented.
d. Use Figure 2-2 to identify information needed to review a DD Form 629.
o Name of the unit or activity releasing the prisoner or detained person.
o Date and time of actual transfer of custody.
o Identification of the prisoner.
o UCMJ article and offense for which the person is detained.