Flashcards in 3-39.12 Law Enforcement Investigations Chap 1 Deck (32):
Which activities are the primary function of military police?
L and O
Which publication contains a detailed discussion of the L&O function and framework?
What are a specialized investigative asset that is focused on the investigation of traffic collisions and other traffic related concerns?
What is the process of identifying, collecting preserving, documenting, analyzing preparing and presenting both physical and testimonial evidence to prove the truth of falsity of criminal allegations?
Which type of investigation is used to determine the cause of vehicle mishaps?
What will investigate all major crimes regardless of the environment or relative maturity of the theater of operation?
Which act restricts defense support of civilian authorities involving LE support?
Posse comitatus Act
Internally focused LE and supporting LE investigative activities are normally limited to major crimes Fallon under the investigative purview of what?
Who are the most highly trained of all the army LE investigators and are recognized as federal LE officers?
MPIs and DA civilian investigators assigned to L&O detachment or tactical units normally handle minor crimes such as low value thefts under what value?
Which state is the traffic management and collision investigation corse located?
Where is USACIDC headquartered?
Quantify marine base Virginia
What provides the overarching management and supervision of all army criminal investigation functions and is the approving authority and manager of all agent accreditation functions?
How many geographic CID groups is USACIDC structured with?
Which category of police intelligence is derived from the collection, analysis, and interpretation of all available information concerning known and potential criminal threats and vulnerabilities of supported organizations?
What provides forensic analysis and other technical services to LE investigators?
Where is USACIL LOCATED?
What FBI program is used to store DNA profiles?
What is a deployable adaptive forensic capability that enhances the exploitation of captured enemy material and evidence gathered supporting criminal investigations?
What receives, maintains, accounts for disseminates information from an disposes of army crime records?
Which special service group has a worldwide area of responsibility and provides mission command over unit and activities with specific technical or administrative capabilities and mission?
701st CID group
Why is the armies sole organization for conducting worldwide criminal investigation of intrusion and related malicious activities involving army computer networks personal and data?
Which investigative organization investigates criminal allegations involving highly classified Army programs and other sensitive situations of interest to the secretary of the Army and Army Chief of Staff?
Which investigative organization conducts all investigations into allegations of fraud defective pricing corruption kickbacks antitrust violations and other miscellaneous incidents involving major procurement actions?
How many SAs at a minimum are assigned to each MPFU field office?
What is a specially trained USACIDC SA with the knowledge skills and abilities to conduct complex forensic investigations which is limited to only warrant officers
Which government regulation contains polygraph requirements and support?
How many different types of MWD are there in the military police corpse regimen?
Which type of military working dog is not typically used to support L&O missions?
Specialize search dogs
Who is the primary legal advisor to the commander exercising general court-martial convening authority?
Who is responsible for prosecuting court-martials arising with their jurisdiction?