Military

*FM 3-19.40 (FM 19-40)

Field Manual
No. FM 3-19.40
Headquarters
Department of the Army
Washington, DC, 1 August 2001

 

FM 3-19.40

MILITARY POLICE INTERNMENT/RESETTLEMENT OPERATIONS

 

Table of Contents


 PREFACE
 
PART ONEFUNDAMENTALS OF INTERNMENT/RESETTLEMENT OPERATIONS
Chapter 1INTRODUCTION
 Procedures
 Definitions
 Objectives
 Agencies
 Protection of Captives and Detainees
 Protection of Enemy Prisoners of War and Civilian Internees
 Protection of Refugees
 
Chapter 2COMMANDER AND STAFF RESPONSIBILITIES
 Section I — Commanders
 Procedures
 Principles and Policies
 Security
 Section II — Staff Officers
 Adjutant General
 Finance Officer
 Civil-Military Operations Officer
 Chaplain
 Engineer Officer
 Public Affairs Officer
 Signal Officer
 Staff Judge Advocate
 Medical Operations
 Movement Control Officer
 Inspector General
 Psychological Operations
 Section III — Training
 
PART TWOENEMY PRISONERS OF WAR AND CIVILIAN INTERNEES
Chapter 3DIVISION COLLECTING POINTS AND CORPS HOLDING AREAS
 Overview
 Processing Captives
 Evacuating Captives
 Division Collecting Points
 Corps Holding Areas
 Collocated Screening Sites
 Collecting Points in Other Operations
 
Chapter 4ENEMY PRISONERS OF WAR
 Evacuation
 Receiving and Processing Areas
 Assignment to Internment Facilities
 Control and Discipline
 Clothing
 Subsistence
 Medical and Sanitation Considerations
 Correspondence
 Canteens
 Social Programs
 Security
 
Chapter 5CIVILIAN INTERNEES
 General Protection
 Administrative Responsibilities
 Principles and Policies
 Clothing
 Subsistence
 Receiving and Processing Areas
 Control and Discipline
 Internee Committee
 Correspondence
 Complaints and Requests
 Medical Treatment
 Sanitation
 Transfer
 Release
 Social Programs
 Employment
 Security
 Disturbances
 Facility Markings
 
Chapter 6INTERNMENT/RESETTLEMENT FACILITIES
 Planning
 Security Requirements
 Layout
 Receiving and Processing Centers
 Medical and Sanitation Considerations
 
PART THREEUNITED STATES MILITARY PRISONERS
Chapter 7ARMY CORRECTIONS SYSTEM
 Levels of Confinement
 Correctional Facilities
 Legal Rights and Requirements
 Segregation
 Custody and Control
 Correctional-Treatment Programs
 Employment and Education
 Recreation
 Compensation, Clemency, and Parole
 Correctional Staff
 Prisoner Services Branch
 Personal Property and Funds
 Mail and Correspondence
 Support Personnel
 Transfer and Disposition Procedures
 Logistics
 Medical and Dental Treatment
 
Chapter 8BATTLEFIELD CONFINEMENT OF UNITED STATES MILITARY PRISONERS
 Planning
 Field Detention Facility
 Field Confinement Facility
 Transfer and Disposition of Prisoners
 
PART FOURMILITARY POLICE SUPPORT TO CIVIL-MILITARY OPERATIONS
Chapter 9POPULACE AND RESOURCE CONTROL
 Dislocated-Civilian Operations
 Planning Dislocated-Civilian Operations
 Military Police Support to Dislocated-Civilian Operations
 
Chapter 10HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES
 Section I - Humanitarian Assistance
 Operational Environment
 Rules of Engagement
 Legal Considerations
 Military Police Support
 Section II - Emergency Services
 In Continental United States
 Outside Continental United States
 
Appendix AMETRIC CONVERSIONS
Appendix BUSE OF FORCE AND RIOT CONTROL MEASURES
 Use of Force
 Deadly Force
 Rules of Engagement
 Nonlethal Weapons
 Crowd Dynamics
 Riot Control Measures
 Riot Control Agents
 Positions
 Formations
Appendix CEQUIPMENT GUIDE
Appendix DMILITARY POLICE INTERNMENT/RESETTLEMENT UNITS
 
 GLOSSARY
 BIBLIOGRAPHY
 AUTHENTICATION

 

DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Approved for public release: distribution is unlimited


*This publication supersedes FM 19-40, 27 February 1976, and FM 19-60, 27 May 1986.



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