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*FM 19-10

Field Manual
No. 19-10
HEADQUARTERS
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Washington, DC, 30 September 1987

FM 19-10

MILITARY POLICE LAW AND ORDER OPERATIONS

Table of Contents


PREFACE

PART ONE - THE MP LAW AND ORDER MISSION

CHAPTER 1 - THE PROVOST MARSHAL'S LAW AND ORDER PURVIEW


Organizing the PM Office


CHAPTER 2 - EXTENDING MP SUPPORT


Enhancing Support on the Installation


CHAPTER 3 - RESOURCING MP OPERATIONS


Developing the Installation Command Operating Budget


CHAPTER 4 - MANAGING MILITARY POLICE INFORMATION


Collecting and Releasing Information


Using Military Police Management Information Systems


Developing and Using MP Information Files


Using Other Information Sources


PART TWO - LAW ENFORCEMENT OPERATIONS

CHAPTER 5 - HAVING AUTHORITY AND JURISDICTION


Protecting Legal Rights


CHAPTER 6 - UNDERTAKING PREVENTIVE PROGRAMS


Absentee/Deserter Program


Wildlife Law Enforcement Program


MP Customs Information Services


Disaster Relief and Area Damage Control


CHAPTER 7 - PLANNING ENFORCEMENT MEASURES


Acquiring Data from MP Reports and Forms


Preparing MP Reports


CHAPTER 8 - OPERATING PATROLS


Patrol Methods and Means


Patrol Distribution


Patrol Shift Design


CHAPTER 9 - CONDUCTING SEARCHES AND SEIZURES


Determining Articles Subject to Search and Seizure


Conducting Entry and Search to Protect Persons or Property


Conducting an Identification Search


Conducting an Automobile Search


Conducting an Area Search


Conducting a Consent Search


Conducting a Search of Abandoned Property


Conducting a Trash and Garbage Container Search


Conducting a Search of Premises Without Right to Privacy


Conducting a Fire Search


Maintaining Status Quo or Freezing the Situation


Conducting a Body Cavity Search


Seizing Body Fluids


Conducting a Frisk


Conducting Inventories


Conducting Inspections


Conducting Raids


CHAPTER 10 - CONDUCTING APPREHENSIONS


Apprehension of Juveniles


Means of Apprehension


Execution of an Authorization to Apprehend


Search in Relation to an Apprehension


CHAPTER 11 - EMPLOYING MILITARY WORKING DOG TEAMS


Narcotics Detector Dog Teams


Explosives Detector Dog Teams


CHAPTER 12 - ENFORCING CUSTOMS LAWS AND REGULATIONS


Customs Operations Procedures


PART THREE - INVESTIGATIONS

CHAPTER 13 - LAW AND ORDER INVESTIGATIONS


Investigating Drug and Controlled Substance Abuse


Investigating Possible Rape Offenses


Investigating Possible Child Abuse and Neglect


Investigating Suicide Threats and Attempts


Investigating Reports of Abnormal Behavior


Investigating Customs Violations


CHAPTER 14 - CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS


Conducting Criminal Investigations


Preserving the Custody of Evidence


Disposing of Evidence


Supervising Military Police Investigators


CHAPTER 15 - INVESTIGATIVE MEANS AND MEASURES


Using and Providing Criminal Intelligence


Conducting Interviews and Interrogations


Performing Surveillance and Covert Operations


PART FOUR - CONFINEMENT OF US MILITARY PRISONERS

CHAPTER 16 - FIELD CONFINEMENT OF US MILITARY PRISONERS


Operating Field Confinement Facilities


Expediting Disposition


CHAPTER 17 - INSTALLATION CONFINEMENT AND US ARMY CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES


US Army Confinement and Correctional Facilities


PART FIVE - TERRORISM COUNTERACTION

CHAPTER 18 - PLANNING TERRORISM COUNTERACTION


Counterterrorism


CHAPTER 19 - PROTECTIVE SERVICES


Protective Services Details


Protective Services Principles


Protective Services Defense Fundamentals


Protective Services Operations


Protective Services Detail Responsibilities


Protection on Foot


Protection On-Site


Protection During Travel


CHAPTER 20 - BOMB THREATS


Mail Bombs


Suspicious Items


Personnel to Notify


Emergency Operations Center


After-Action Procedures


CHAPTER 21 - SPECIAL REACTION TEAM


Equipment


APPENDIX A - MP STATION DESIGN

APPENDIX B - MILITARY POLICE FIREARMS QUALIFICATION

APPENDIX C - PRESENTING STATISTICAL DATA

APPENDIX D - EXTRACT OF A LOCAL PROTECTIVE SERVICES DETAIL EQUIPMENT LIST

GLOSSARY

REFERENCES

AUTHORIZATION LETTER


DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.

*This publication supersedes FM 19-10, 30 September 1976.



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