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Preliminary Inquiry
REPORT   AND   DISPOSITION OF  OFFENSE(S) Your   office   may   receive   notification   that an  offense  has  been  committed  in  a  variety  of ways.  These  ways  can  include  a  shore  patrol report,  a  verbal  complaint  by  a  victim,  or  a local  report  chit.  Except  when  serious  crimes are  involved,  charges  are  reduced  to  writing on  the  Report  and  Disposition  of  Offense(s), NAVPERS  1626/7,  and  processed  in  the manner  prescribed  by  the  form  itself. The   NAVPERS   1626/7   is   a   one-sheet (back  and  front)  form.  It  is  not  a  substitute for a charge sheet and it is  not a substitute for the  pretrial  investigation  required  by  Article 32,   UCMJ. However, so    long    as    the offense(s)  remains  in  the  group  of  cases  to  be handled  by  the  CO  at  mast,  this  one  form satisfies  most  paper  work  requirements  of  a mast   proceeding. Among  the  functions  the NAVPERS   1626/7   serves   are   the   following: l  It  reports  the  offense(s). l  It  records  that  the  accused  has  been advised  of  his  or  her  rights  under  Article  31, UCMJ. l  It  records  any  premast  restraint. l   It   serves   as   a   preliminary   inquiry report. l  It  records  the  action  of  the  XO  at screening  mast. l  It  records  that  the  accused  has  been advised  of  the  right  to  refuse  NJP  (if  that right  exists  under  the  circumstances  of  the case). l  It  shows  the  action  of  the  CO  at  mast. l  It  records  that  appeal  rights  have  been explained  to  the  accused. “   It   becomes   a   permanent   record   of   the case  in  the  Unit  Punishment  Book  (UPB).  No additional  record  is  needed  such  as  3  x  5 cards  or  a  mast  logbook. Remember,   however,   that   the   NAVPERS 1626/7   does   not   include   all   the   required premast   advice   that   must   be   given   to   the accused  according  to  the  JAGMAN,  section 0109. PREPARATION   INSTRUCTIONS Regardless  of  how  the  commission  of  a minor  offense  is  brought  to  your  attention, you  will  probably  need  to  prepare  the  smooth NAVPERS    1626/7. Let’s   look   at   the information  that  you  will  place  on  this  form. In  Section  A,  start  with  addressing  the report  to  the  OIC  or  CO  of  the  accused.  Fill in  the  date  of  the  report.  Type  the  name  of the  accused  in  last  name,  first  name,  middle initial  order. Verify   the   social   security number  from  the  accused’s  service  record  and type  it  in.  Type  in  the  present  rate  of  the accused  and  the  branch  and  class  of  service. Designate  the  department  or  division  that  the accused  is  attached  to.  Fill  in  the  place  of  the offense.  If  there  is  more  than  one  place,  list all   applicable   places   of   the   offense(s).   Show the  date  of  the  commission  of  the  offense.  If there  is  more  than  one  date,  show  all  dates. In   the   section   entitled   Details   of   the Offense,  it  is  not  mandatory  that  you  type  the offenses  in  the  manner  that  you  would  on  a charge  sheet.  However,  this  is  good  practice. If  you  always  prepare  a  specification  in  full detail,  you  will  not  have  to  change  it  in  the event   the   charges are referred to a court-martial. List   military   witnesses   to   the   offense   in order   of   seniority, followed   by   civilian witnesses,  if  any. If   the   witnesses   are attached  to  the  same  command  as  the offender,  it  is  only  necessary  to  give  the witness division   or   department. If   the 9-5

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