and discipline, sanitation, and accountability and welfare of
prisoners assigned to ships brig.
(e) Escorts. Escorts will be ship's personnel assigned
at an approximate ratio of one escort to three confined
personnel, based on the average usage of the brig, and shall be
trained at a local shore brig if a local shore facility is
available. Escorts are responsible for movement and
accountability of prisoners while outside the brig facility for
activities such as prisoner going to chow, work outside the brig
facility, and conduct physical training.
4. Detainee Operations. The Department of the Army has been
designated as the Executive Agent in charge of all Detainee
Operations. Specialized training identified by DOA provides
guidance for Navy Detainee Operations.
5. Schools. The following schools may be required based on
your platform type. For quotas, prerequisites, and other school
information, log into CANTRAC Volume II.
a. Non-Lethal Weapons (NLW) Basic Instructor (CIN A-830-
0035). Provides the NLW Basic Instructor the necessary
knowledge and skills to instruct individuals in non-lethal
weaponry principles, procedures, and techniques that fall within
acceptable guidelines of the "Use of Force" continuum; to
include unarmed self-defense skills, Close Range Subject Control
(CRSC) techniques, and safe employment and use of both the
intermediate weapon (baton) and Oleoresin Capsicum (i.e., OC and
b. Antiterrorism Officer (CIN J-830-0015). This course is
required for those Navy commissioned officers and enlisted E-7