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CG officers and PO's may make Searches, examinations, arrest, seizures, inspections, inquiries upon the high seas and waters of the US has jurisdiction for prevention, detection and suppression of violations of laws of the us.

14 usc 89

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Us or Mexico may aid a disabled or distress vessel with the territorial waters w/ 720 nm of the international boundary line and coast of Pacific ocean, or with 200nm of the INT or Territory boundary.

assistance, and search and rescue

3

The Coast Guard may, when requested by proper authority, use its personnel and
facilities to assist any federal agency, state, territory, possession or political subdivision thereof,
or the District of Columbia, to perform any activity for which its personnel and facilities are
especially qualified.

assist OGA's

4

Notice of entering or intending to enter the shores of territorial waters of Mexico must be sent by the
? of a vessel or aircraft in accordance with applicable procedures.

commanding officer

5

Vessels, either from the United States or from Canada, may salve any property wrecked and may render aid and assistance to any vessels wrecked, disabled, or in distress in the waters or on the shores of the other country the waters of other countries along the Atlantic and Pacific coasts within a distance of 30 miles from the International Boundary on such coasts. Such
reciprocal wrecking and salvage privileges shall include all necessary towing incident to salvage
and nothing in the customs, coasting or other laws or regulations of either country shall restrict in
any manner the salving operations of such vessels.

OIC/CO

6

Assistance to OGA's...

A. The Coast Guard may, when requested by proper authority, use its personnel and
facilities to assist any federal agency, state, territory, possession or political subdivision thereof,
or the District of Columbia, to perform any activity for which its personnel and facilities are
especially qualified.

B. The Coast Guard may place orders with other federal agencies for materials,
supplies, equipment, work or services, of any kind if it is in the best interest of the government to
do so. However, where such goods, work or services may be procured more economically or
conveniently in the private sector, the goods, work or services shall be procured through the
competitive bid process.

7

At the commanding officer's discretion, portions of that authority may be
delegated to subordinates for the execution of details, but such delegation of authority shall
in no way relieve the commanding officer of continued responsibility for the safety,
efficiency, and well-being of the command.

oic

8

shall ensure that the unit is operationally ready to perform all assigned duties, and shall, therefore, conduct preparedness activities (planning, training, exercising, and evaluating), in coordination with the stakeholder community, as appropriate, to attain and maintain operational proficiency.

The commanding officer

9

what board appointed under the Safety and Environmental Health Manual, COMDTINST M5100.47 (series) to inquire into an incident for safety and mishap prevention purposes only.

Mishap Analysis Board.

10

who is primarily responsible for providing legal advice to the command or Convening Authority under current policy. Generally, this is the command’s Judge Advocate if one is assigned, the District legal office for District units, and the MLC legal office for Area and MLC units and Headquarters units within its area of responsibility. Commandant (CG-0944) is the servicing legal office for Coast Guard Headquarters Directorates, with respect to Administrative Investigations.

Servicing Legal Office.

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The commanding officer shall ensure that the unit is operated economically and efficiently.
All subordinates shall be required to comply with the rules and instructions relative to public
property, including procurement, receipt, preservation, expenditure, and accounting
procedure for all material.

Economy of Command

12

The specific statutory basis for the Coast Guard’s law enforcement mission, 14 USC 2,

14 USC 2

13

What is the difference between USC and CFR?

United States Code has 53 titles - is a codification by subject matter of the general and permanent laws of the US.
Ex: 14 is the title number
USC abbreviation for us code
89 year of code

Code of federal regulations has 50 titles is a codification of the general and permanent rules and regs published by the federal register by the federal govt of the US.