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Extra  Duty Extra  duties  involve  the  performance  of duties  in  addition  to  those  normally  assigned to   the   person   undergoing   the   punishment. Various  types  of  duties  may  be  assigned, including  fatigue  duties.  The  MCM  prohibits extra  duties  that  are  a  known  safety  or  health hazard,  those  that  are  cruel  and  unusual,  or those  that  are  not  sanctioned  by  the  customs of  the  service  involved. When   extra   duties   are   imposed   upon   a petty   or   noncommissioned   officer,   the   duties cannot  be  demeaning  to  his  or  her  rank  or position.  The  immediate  CO  of  the  accused normally  designates  the  amount  and  character of  extra  duty. Such   duties   normally   should not  extend  beyond  2  hours  per  day.  Guard duty  may  not  be  assigned  as  extra  duty.  Extra duty  is  not  performed  on  Sunday  although Sundays  count  as  if  such  duty  was  performed. Reduction  in  Grade Reduction  in  paygrade  is  limited  to  one grade   only   for   members   in   paygrades   E-1 through   E-6. E-7   through   E-9   personnel cannot  be  reduced  in  grade  at  NJP.  The  grade from   which   reduced   must   be   within   the promotional  authority  of  the  CO  imposing  the reduction.   See   also   the   NAVMILPERSMAN, Article   3420140.2,   for   additional   information on  reduction. Correctional  Custody Correctional  custody  is  a  form  of  physical restraint   of   a   person   during   either   duty   or nonduty  hours,  or  both,  and  may  include  hard labor, extra   duties, or  fatigue duties. Awardees  may  perform  military  duty  but  not watches  and  cannot  bear  arms  or  exercise authority over subordinates. Specific regulations   for   administering   correctional custody  can  be  found  in   Instructions   for Administering Correctional Custody, OPNAVINST    1640.7. Time  spent  in  correctional  custody  is  not lost  time. Correctional   custody   may   not   be imposed  on  paygrades  E-4  and  above.  To assist  commanders  in  imposing  correctional custody,   correctional   custody   units   (CCUs) have   been   established   at   major   shore installations.   The   local   operating   procedures for  the  nearest  CCU  should  be  checked  before correctional   custody   is   imposed. Confinement  on  Bread  and  Water or Diminished Rations These  punishments  can  only  be  awarded  to E-3s  and  below  if  they  are  attached  to  or embarked  in  a  vessel. These    punishments involve physical confinement   and   are equivalent   to   solitary   confinement   because contact  is  allowed  only  with  authorized personnel. A   medical   officer   must   first   certify   in writing  that  the  accused  will  suffer  no  serious injury  and  that  the  place  of  confinement  will not  harm  the  accused.  Diminished  rations  is a  restricted  diet  of  2,100  calories  per  day,  and instructions   for   its   use   are   detailed   in SECNAVINST   1640.9. APPEAL   FROM   NJP A  member  who  is  awarded  NJP  and  who believes the punishment u n j u s t    or disproportionate to the offense has the right to appeal  the  award  to  higher  authority. PROCEDURE If  punishment  is  imposed  at  NJP,  the  CO is  required  to  make  sure  the  accused  is  fully advised  of  his  or  her  right  to  appeal.  Refer  to part   V,   par.   4c(4)(B)(iii),   MCM,   1984,   and the   JAGMAN,   section   0110e.   An   accused’s acknowledgment   of   appeal   rights   should   be signed  by  the  accused  and  witnessed  to  prove that  the  accused  was  informed  of  his  or  her appeal  rights. File   this   along   with   all   the other  papers  in  the  accused’s  case  file  in  the UPB. 9-14

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