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Investigations Required by Other Regulations
l Fact-finding   bodies   not   required   to conduct  a  hearing.  This  category  includes  only the  investigation  not  requiring  a  hearing.  It  is normally  composed  of  a  single  investigator who   obtains   statements,   rather   than   taking testimony,   and   who   is   not   authorized   to designate parties. The  importance  of  an  administrative  fact- finding  body  cannot  be  stressed  enough.  It  is not  only  an  efficient  management  tool,  but also    can    be    used    in    a    wide    variety    of situations  ranging  from  the  proper  disposition of  claims  to  the  timely  and  accurate  reply  to public   inquiry. Various   directives   establish requirements  for  conducting  of  inquiries  into specific  matters.    The   JAGMAN,   however,   is the   most   inclusive.   Some   incidents   involve conducting   an   inquiry   for   several   different purposes that     can     be     handled     by     one investigation;  others  may  not.  A  CA  must  be careful  to  determine  why  an  investigation  is being  conducted,  who  is  supposed  to  conduct it,  and  whether  it  will  satisfy  all  requirements or  only  a  portion  of  them.  The  following situations   are   examples   of   the   various different  types  of  investigations: l      Aircraft  accidents l      Vehicle   accidents l      Explosions l        Stranding  of  a  ship  of  the  Navy l      Collisions l      Accidental  or  intentional  flooding  of  a ship l Fires l      Loss  or  excess  of  government  funds  or property l      Claims  for  or  against  the  government Reservists  (an  investigation  is  required if  a  reservist  is  injured  or  killed  while performing  active  duty  or  training  for 30   days   or   less,   or   inactive-duty training) Admiralty  matters Firearm  accidents Pollution   incidents Combined   investigations   of   maritime incidents Security   violations Postal   violations Injuries   and   diseases   incurred   by service   members Quality  of  medical  care  reasonably  in issue Redress  of  damage  to  property Death  cases A  fact-finding  body  must  be  convened in  the  following  death  cases:  (1)  when  the death   of   a   member   of   the   naval   service occurred,   while   on   active   duty,   from   other than   a   previously   known   medical   condition; (2)  when  civilians  or  other  nonnaval  personnel are  found  dead  on  a  naval  installation  under peculiar  or  doubtful  circumstances,  unless  the incident   is   one   that   the   Naval   Investigative Service   (NIS)   has   exclusive   jurisdiction;   and (3)  when  death  or  permanent  disability  occurs in  which  the  adequacy  of  medical  care  is reasonably  in  issue. You  do  not  have  to  send  a  report  to  the Judge  Advocate  General  (JAG)  when  death occurs   as   a   result   of   enemy   action.   A fact-finding  body  should  be  convened  and  the record   forwarded   in   any   case   when   it   is unclear   if   enemy   action   caused   the   death. 9-17

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