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Learning  Objective: Describe  the practices  and  procedures  applicable to  administrative  investigations  or fact-finding  bodies. 4-51. An officer in command is responsible  for  initiating investigations  of  incidents involving his or her personnel. Which  of  the  following  individuals or  commands  is/are  responsible  for conducting  an  investigation  for  a member who is injured during a PCS transfer? 1. The  detaching  command 2. The  reporting  command 3. Both 1 and 2 above 4. The  area  commander 4-52. What are the primary functions of an  administrative  fact–finding body? 1. Investigating the facts of an alleged  offense  and recommending  appropriate disciplinary  action 2. Searching  out,  developing, assembling,  analyzing,  and recording  all  available information  about  the  matter under  investigation 3. Interrogating  witnesses  and determining if an offense has been  committed 4. Investigating the facts of an incident and determining if a trial is warranted 4-53. The time period for an administrative  fact–finding  body  to submit  its  investigation  should  not normally  exceed  how  many  days? 1. 15 days 2. 20  days 3. 30 days 4. 45  days 4-54. 4-55. 4–56. 4-57. 4-58. HOW many kinds of administrative fact-finding  bodies  are  there? 1. Five 2. Two 3. Three 4. Four At least how many officers must be appointed to a court of inquiry? 1. Five 2. Two 3. Three 4. Four Before an officer may convene a fact-finding  body  required  to conduct  a  hearing,  the  officer  must have  what  authority? 1. To convene a general or summary court-martial 2. To convene a special or summary court-martial 3. To convene a general or special court-martial 4. To  impose  nonjudicial punishment A  fact-finding  body  required  to conduct  a  hearing  consists  of  what minimum number of officers? 1. One 2. Two 3. Three 4. Four Who may authorize a person to be designated as a party to an investigation? 1. The  convening  authority 2. The  fact-finding  body 3. Both 1 and 2 above 4. The  commanding  officer 34

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