o Crime data for Alaska will be submitted to U.S. Forces Command (FORSCOM) and
consolidated in the FORSCOM DA Form 2819. At HQDA, data for Alaska will be included
in the CONUS total.
o The United States Military Academy (USMA) will submit the DA Form 2819 directly to
o USACIDC will not prepare or submit a DA Form 2819, but will ensure that subordinate field
agencies provide all reportable data to the support installation provost marshal.
Instructions for Completing DA Form 2819
To avoid duplication of reporting, entries will be made by the reporting agency that initially received the
complaint or initiated police action.
An offense will be reported during the period in which the complaint was received or police action was
initiated. Once reported, an offense will not be reported a second time, even as a corrected entry.
All "attempts" at offenses listed in sections B, C, D, E, and F, DA Form 2819, will be counted as though
the offenses were actually committed, except that attempted murder will be counted as an aggravated
A founded offense is an offense adequately substantiated by police investigation as a violation of the
UCMJ, the U.S. code, state and local codes, foreign law, international law or treaty, regulation, or other
competent policy. Determination that an offense is founded is a law enforcement decision based on
probable cause supported by corroborating evidence and is not dependent on final adjudication. Report
only founded offenses on DA Form 2819.
A violation of Federal, State, or local law will be reported as a violation of the most closely related
article of the UCMJ.
Counting offenses with multiple offenders. Sections B, C, D, E, and F contain specific instructions for
accurate reporting offenses with multiple offenders within the respective section.
Counting multiple offenses. Only the most serious offense evolving from an incident or event will be
listed in sections B through F. For example, if a person approaches a man sitting in an" automobile and
robs and kills him, and drives away in the victim's car, then murder, robbery, and auto theft have been
committed. All three crimes evolved from one incident, and the murder, being the most serious, would
be the only offense reported. If, however, the perpetrator in this case commits a burglary several hours
later, the burglary would be a separate incident and would be reported accordingly.
b. Completion instructions (by item, line number, or column):