f. The format for completion of DA Form 4833 may vary to serve local needs. All
administrative, judicial and/or nonjudicial action taken as a result of the offense must be recorded. The
PM should ensure that unit commanders do this. For civilian jurisdiction offenses, court dates may not
occur for several months. In this instance, the PM court liaison is the most likely person for case follow-
up and documentation.
DA Form 4833 is completed in four copies. One copy is placed in the PM suspense file. The three
remaining copies are sent to the commander concerned. After the commander's action is completed, one
copy is retained by the commander. The two remaining copies are returned to the PMO. The suspense
file copy is then destroyed and replaced with a completed copy. The original is sent to the U.S. Army
Crime Records Center.
PART C - DA FORM 2819 LAW ENFORCEMENT AND DISCIPLINE REPORT (RCS: CSGPA-
a. DA Form 2819 is the base document for Army crime data. (See Figure 4-6) for a sample of a
completed DA Form 2819.) Use of this form by MACOMs and installations will standardize statistical
data records and reports throughout the Army.
b. Reporting agencies will submit DA Form 2819 quarterly, not later than 30 days following the
FY quarter, to the Commander, U.S. Army Military Police Operations Agency (USAMPOA), ATTN:
MOMP-0, 5611 Columbia Pike, Falls Church, Virginia 22041-5014. USAMPOA will serve as the
action officer for crime data compiled and released by ODCSOPS (DAMO-ODL).
Except as specified below, a consolidated DA Form 2819 will be submitted to HQDA (DAMO-ODL) by
each MACOM, based on reports received from subordinate installations.
o CONUS installations will report all founded offenses within their "supporting" jurisdiction as
defined by AR 5-9. Reports will include offenses at RC centers involving USAR or
ARNGUS personnel on federal duty status under 10 USC or when the U.S. Government is
o OCONUS installations will report all founded offenses within their geographical area of
responsibility as defined in applicable MACOM regulations.
o Founded offenses pertaining to hospitals, medical centers, and other tenant units and
activities will be included in the DA Form 2819 submitted by the installation provost
marshal. This applies to CONUS and OCONUS installations.