*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 ONE FUNDAMENTALS OF INTERNMENT/RESETTLEMENT OPERATIONS
Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION
  Procedures
  Definitions
  Objectives
  Agencies
  Protection of Captives and Detainees
  Protection of Enemy Prisoners of War and Civilian Internees
  Protection of Refugees
 
Chapter 2 COMMANDER 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 TWO ENEMY PRISONERS OF WAR AND CIVILIAN INTERNEES
Chapter 3 DIVISION 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 4 ENEMY 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 5 CIVILIAN 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 6 INTERNMENT/RESETTLEMENT FACILITIES
  Planning
  Security Requirements
  Layout
  Receiving and Processing Centers
  Medical and Sanitation Considerations
 
PART THREE UNITED STATES MILITARY PRISONERS
Chapter 7 ARMY 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 8 BATTLEFIELD CONFINEMENT OF UNITED STATES MILITARY PRISONERS
  Planning
  Field Detention Facility
  Field Confinement Facility
  Transfer and Disposition of Prisoners
 
PART FOUR MILITARY POLICE SUPPORT TO CIVIL-MILITARY OPERATIONS
Chapter 9 POPULACE AND RESOURCE CONTROL
  Dislocated-Civilian Operations
  Planning Dislocated-Civilian Operations
  Military Police Support to Dislocated-Civilian Operations
 
Chapter 10 HUMANITARIAN 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 A METRIC CONVERSIONS
Appendix B USE 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 C EQUIPMENT GUIDE
Appendix D MILITARY POLICE INTERNMENT/RESETTLEMENT UNITS
 
  GLOSSARY
  BIBLIOGRAPHY
  AUTHENTICATION

 

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

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