Develops, executes, and coordinates the Access Control, Civilian Misconduct, Ration Control and Community Services and other programs for individuals eligible to receive logistical support in accordance with requirements defined in higher headquarters' established regulations.
Civilian Misconduct Action Officer
The Civilian Misconduct Action Authority (CMAA) program is mandated by USFK 600-52, Civilian and-or Family Member Misconduct. It establishes policy and procedures for responding to misconduct by persons (excluding active duty military) who are eligible to receive individual logistic support from the various U.S. military commands in USFK and are permitted to use military installations facilities. CMAA program coverage extends to all U.S. civilians receiving U.S. logistical support in the USAG Camp Red Cloud and Area 1 footprint regardless of their command sponsorship status. It provides fair and meaningful adjudication of civilian misconduct. When misconduct occurs, the CMAA may take certain administrative actions (this may be in addition to the host nation adjudication). If criminal prosecution is warranted, jurisdiction over civilians during peacetime rests with the host nation authorities.
Definition of Misconduct
Conduct or behavior by persons subject to this regulation that violates or is inconsistent with the standards of host nation laws; the United States Code; or the rules, regulations, and other directives of military authorities. Also included is disorderly conduct; conduct prejudicial to good order, discipline, or accomplishment of the mission; truancy; or conduct contrary to directions of persons exercising police authority of a commander.
Examples of Misconduct
Shoplifting; larceny; fighting and assault; damage to property; drunk and disorderly conduct; unauthorized use or possession of a controlled substance; driving while intoxicated; vehicle and traffic violations; child neglect; spousal abuse; truancy; misuse of ration card, purchase, or postal privileges; and others.
Examples of Administrative Actions
Counseling, letter of warning, suspension or revocation of logistic support privileges (AAFES; commissary; moral, welfare, and recreation activities, U.S. Army club privileges, check cashing, government quarters, ration privileges, etc.), suspension of POV driving privileges on USFK installations, bar from entry to the installation or all Korea DOD facilities, advance return of family members, curtailment of tour, and removal from host country.
Armed Forces Disciplinary Control Board (AFDCB) and Off Limits List
The Armed Forces Disciplinary Control Board (AFDCB) advise and makes recommendations to the USAG Red Cloud and Area 1 Garrison Commander on matters concerning eliminating conditions, which adversely affect the health, safety, welfare, morale, and discipline of the Armed Forces.
The establishment of off–limits areas is a function of command. It may be used by commanders to help maintain good order and discipline, health, morale, safety, and welfare of Service personnel. Off–limits action is also intended to prevent Service personnel from being exposed to or victimized by crime–conducive conditions. Where sufficient cause exists, commanders retain substantial discretion to declare establishments or areas temporarily off–limits to personnel of their respective commands in emergency situations. Temporary off–limits restrictions issued by commanders in an emergency situation will be acted upon by AFDCBs as a first priority. As a matter of policy, a change in ownership, management, or name of any off–limits establishment does not, in and of itself, revoke the off–limits restriction.
IAW AR 190-24, DoD personnel are prohibited from entering establishments or areas declared off–limits.
Violations may subject the member to disciplinary action and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Family members of military personnel and others associated with the military or installation should be made aware of off–limits restrictions. As a general policy, these establishments will not be visited by law enforcement personnel unless specifically determined by the installation commander or his designated representative that visits or surveillance is warranted.
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