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Because  some  commercial  life  insurance policies   contain   certain   restrictions   and/or certain   types   of   double-indemnity   provisions, it  is  desirable  to  make  sure  the  essential  facts are  recorded  while  witnesses  are  known  and available.   When   feasible,   the   facts   reported should   permit   determinations   as   to   whether death  resulted  from  accidental  causes,  natural causes,  or  enemy  action. Progress  status  reports  are  required  on  all death  investigations  from  all  command  and reviewing  activities  every  14  days.  Send  a message  to  the  Chief  of  Naval  Personnel,  with JAG  and  all  intermediate  commands/reviewing authorities   as   information   addressees. The requirement  for  the  status  report  ceases  once the   investigation   has   been   sent   to   the   next higher  level  of  command/reviewing  authority. The next of kin should be advised that they may  request  copies  of  the  death  investigation from  JAG  (Code  33).  It  is  most  important, therefore,  that  mature,  experienced  officers complete  these  investigations  in  an  accurate, professional,  and  expeditious  manner.  An advance  copy  of  each  death  investigation,  with the   GCM   CA’s   endorsement,   should   be   sent to  JAG.  If  it  would  unduly  delay  submission of  the  investigation  to  await  a  final  autopsy report,  autopsy  protocols,  death  certificates,  or similar  documents,  an  initial  report  should  be promptly  submitted  upon  completion  of  the investigation.   A   supplemental   report   should be   submitted   via   the   review   chain,   with   an advance  copy  to  JAG,  once  the  autopsy  has been  completed. The   advance   report   is usually  released  to  the  requesting  next  of  kin by  JAG  (after  exclusion  of  material  protected by   the   exemptions to   the   Freedom   of Information/Privacy  Act),  unless  JAG  has been  alerted  that  subsequent  reviewers  may significantly  alter  findings,  opinions,  or recommendations;  in  which  case,  release  is withheld  until  the  investigative  report  is finally   reviewed. INVESTIGATIONS   REQUIRED   BY OTHER   REGULATIONS If  an  investigation  is  required  under  the JAGMAN,  it  must  be  conducted  in  addition  to any  other  investigation  required  by  other regulations. Situations   in   which   two investigations  may  be  required  are  listed  in JAGMAN  Article  0208a. A   JAGMAN   investigation   is   not   required if there is no reason for the investigation other than   possible   disciplinary   action.   To   avoid interference,  a  JAGMAN  investigation  should not  normally  proceed  at  the  same  time  as  a law-enforcement  type  of  investigation  by  the Federal  Bureau  of  Investigations  (FBI),  NIS, or  local  civilian  law-enforcement  units. If  an  investigation  is  required  for  other than   disciplinary   action,   the   IO   should communicate with   the   law-enforcement personnel,   explaining   the   need   for   the JAGMAN  investigation,  and  request  that  the police  investigators  keep  him  or  her  informed of  what  information  is  obtained. Other   types   of   investigations   that   have additional   instructions   and   guidance   include the   following: l   Safety   investigations.   OPNAVINST 5100.14 l   Aircraft   accident   reports   and   aircraft mishap   investigations.   OPNAVINST   3750.6 l   Accidental i n j u r y    to personnel. OPNAVINST  5100.12 “   Admiralty.   JAGINST   5880.1 l   Felonies   involving   both   naval   and civilian   personnel.    SECNAVINST   5820.1 l   C r i m es involving exclusive   NIS jurisdiction. SECNAVINST  5520.3  and  OP- NAVINST  5450.97 9-18

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