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witness  is  attached  to  another  command, identify  that  command  completely. If   a witness  is  a  civilian,  give  the  complete address,  business  and  home,  if  available. Finally,  be  sure  to  get  the  signature  of  the person  placing  the  accused  on  report. Section  B  shows  the  acknowledgement  of the  accused  having  been  informed  of  the nature  of  the  accusation(s)  against  him  or  her and   his   or   her   right   not   to   answer   any questions  relating  to  the  offense.  After  the accused   is   formally   informed   of   the accusations   against   him   or   her,   this   section should  be  signed  by  the  accused  and  the person  informing  the  accused  of  his  or  her rights.   If   the   accused   refuses   to   sign   this section,   that   fact   must   be   witnessed   by   the person informing the accused of the accusations  who  will  sign  attesting  to  that fact. Section  C  shows  any  premast  restraint  of the  accused. If   the   accused   is   not   being restricted, put the entry in the No Restrictions block.  On  the  other  hand,  if  the  accused  is placed  on  restriction  or  placed  in  confinement pending  investigation  of  the  charges,  you  will either  mark  the  Pretrial  Confinement  block  or the   Restricted   block.   If   the   Restricted   block is  used,  fill  in  the  restricted  to  the  limits  of portion.  Be  sure  to  get  the  signature  and  title of  the  person  who  is  imposing  the  restraint. Section  D  shows  information  about  the accused.  Get  the  accused’s  service  record before  filling  out  this  section  to  verify  all  the information. In   the   section   Record   of Previous   Offense(s),   list   all   NJPs   and courts-martial  during  the  accused’s  current enlistment. PREMAST   SCREENING After   you   complete   the   front   of   the NAVPERS   1626/7,   the   case   must   touch   two more  bases  before  it  is  ready  for  hearing  by the  CO.  The  first  step  is  to  refer  the  report chit  to  an  officer  or  a  senior  enlisted  person for   a   preliminary   inquiry   that   will   later   be screened  by  the  XO. PRELIMINARY   INQUIRY At   small   commands,   refer   the   cases   to division   officers   for   the   preliminary   inquiry. At   large   commands,   the   discipline   officer   or the  legal  officer  is  delegated  the  authority  to appoint  the  preliminary  inquiry  officer  (PIO). You need to fill in the name of the PIO at the top  of  section  E  before  referring  it  to  the  PIO for  action. It  is  not  the  job  of  the  PIO  to  develop  a case  against  the  accused.  Rather,  the  PIO  is to  collect  all  available  facts  about  the  offense itself   and   about   the   background   of   the accused.  You  should  have  a  standard  form that  the  PIO  prepares  for  submission  to  the CO. The  suspect’s  rights  acknowledgement/ statement   contains   a   suggested   format   that may  be  used  by  investigative  personnel  in cases   in   which   criminal   suspects   desire   to waive  their  rights  on  self-incrimination  and  to make  statements.  This  format  is  designed  as a   guide   and   its   use   is   not   mandatory. However,  you  should  provide  the  PIO  with this  form  in  case  the  accused  desires  to  make a statement. In  addition  to  filling  out  a  PIO’s  report, the  PIO  completes  section  E  by  doing  the following: l  Inserting  a  short  resume  of  the  division officer’s   opinion   of   the   accused l   Listing   the   names   of   the   witnesses whose presence at mast is necessary to dispose of  the  case l  Recommending  disposition  of  the  case l   S u m m a r i z i n g    t h e    e v i d e n c e    t h at supports  the  recommendation 9-6

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