Guantanamo Camp Delta 2003-2004 Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) forensic difference analysis

JULIAN ASSANGE
Wikileaks.org
December 3, 2007

See Changes in Guantanamo Bay SOP manual (2003-2004) for background and a comprehensive high level synopsis.

The following were removed prior to analysis to ease comparison:

Politically substantive differences may exist in the large appendix after the glossary, however, such differences are not covered by this analysis.

 gitmo-sop-2003.txt   gitmo-sop-2004.txt 
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Joint Task Force Guantanamo (JTF-GTMO) Joint Task Force Guantanamo (JTF-GTMO)
Camp Delta Camp Delta
Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)
By Order of the Commander By Order of the Commander
GEOFFREY D. MILLER GEOFFREY D. MILLER
Major General, United States Army Major General, United States Army
Commander, JTF-GTMO Commander, JTF-GTMO
Official: Official:
ADOLPH MCQUEEN NELSON J. CANNON
Colonel, Military Police Colonel, Military Police
Commander, JDOG Commander, JDOG
History. This is a revised update to History. This is a revised update to
the Joint Task Force Guantanamo the Joint Task Force Guantanamo
(JTF-GTMO) standard operating (JTF-GTMO) standard operating
procedures (SOP) for Camp Delta. procedures (SOP) for Camp Delta.
This publication has been This publication has been
reorganized and consolidated to reorganized and consolidated to
include all aspects of detention and include all aspects of detention and
security operations toward being security operations toward being
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Supplementation. Supplementation.
Supplementation of this SOP and Supplementation of this SOP and
establishment of command or local establishment of command or local
forms is prohibited without prior forms is prohibited without prior
approval of the JDOG approval of the JDOG
Commander. Commander.
Suggested Improvements. Users Suggested Improvements. Users
are invited to send comments and are invited to send comments and
suggested improvements through suggested improvements through
their chain of command to the their chain of command to the
JDOG S3 for proper consideration JDOG S3 for consideration and
and staffing. staffing.
Interim Changes. Policies and Interim Changes. Policies and
procedures will be reviewed every procedures will be reviewed and
120 days. Any interim changes implemented every 30 days.
will be signed by the JDOG
Commander and posted to the front
of this SOP until incorporated in
the next revision.
Distribution. This document, and Distribution. This document, and
any part therein, are classified as any part therein, are classified as
“for official use only” and are “for official use only” and are
limited to those requiring limited to those requiring
operational and procedural operational and procedural
knowledge in the direct knowledge in the direct
performance of their duties as well performance of their duties as well
as those directly associated with as those directly associated with
JTF-GTMO. It is the responsibility JTF-GTMO. It is the responsibility
of all personnel to protect and of all personnel to protect and
safeguard the contents of this SOP safeguard the contents of this SOP
and ensure appropriate distribution and ensure appropriate distribution
thereof. thereof.
*This Camp Delta SOP supersedes all previous editions and supplements. *This 1 March 2004 Camp Delta SOP supersedes all previous editions and supplements.
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CAMP DELTA RULES
1. Comply with all rules and regulations. You are subject to disciplinary action if you disobey any rule or commit any
act, disorder, or neglect that is prejudicial to good order and discipline.
2. You must immediately obey all orders of U.S. personnel. Deliberate disobedience, resistance, or conduct of a
mutinous or riotous nature will be dealt with by force. Be respectful of others. Derogatory comments toward camp
personnel will not be tolerated.
3. You may not have any articles that can be used as a weapon in your possession at any time. If a weapon is found in
your possession, you will be severely punished. Gambling is strictly forbidden.
4. Being truthful and compliance will be rewarded. Failure to comply will result in loss of privileges.
5. All trash will be returned immediately to U.S. personnel when you are finished eating. All eating utensils must be
returned after meals.
6. No detainee may conduct or participate in any form of military drill, organized physical fitness, hand-to-hand
combat, or martial arts style training.
7. The camp commander will ensure adequate protection for all personnel. Any detainee who mistreats another
detainee will be punished. Any detainee that fears his life is in danger, or fears physical injury at the hands of
another person can report this to U.S. personnel at any time.
8. Medical emergencies should be brought to the guards’ attention immediately.
Your decision whether or not to be truthful and comply will directly affect your quality of life while in this camp.
Chapter 1 Chapter 1
Introduction Introduction
1-1. Purpose 1-1. Purpose
a. This standard operating procedure (SOP) a. This standard operating procedure (SOP)
provides policy, procedures, and responsibilities for the provides policy, procedures, and responsibilities for the
security, administration, and treatment of detainees in security, administration, and treatment of detainees in
custody at Camp Delta. This SOP also establishes custody at Camp Delta. This SOP also establishes
procedures for transfer or release of custody from procedures for transfer or release of custody from
Camp Delta. Camp Delta.
b. This SOP is consistent with the intent and spirit b. This SOP is consistent with the intent and spirit
of the Geneva Conventions for the Protection of War of the Geneva Conventions for the Protection of War
Victims, dated 12 August 1949, in accordance with Victims, dated 12 August 1949, in accordance with
directives from the National Command Authority directives from the National Command Authority
(NCA) and chain of command. (NCA) and chain of command.
c. All personnel will enforce all orders and c. All personnel will enforce all orders and
regulations pertaining to the daily operation of the regulations pertaining to the daily operation of the
facility and their assigned posts. Further, all personnel facility and their assigned posts. Further, all personnel
will be familiar with all facility directives, emergency will be familiar with all facility directives, emergency
plans and all special orders pertaining to their post; plans and all post and special orders pertaining to their
carry out all general orders for a sentry on post, and post; carry out all general orders for a sentry on post,
wear the prescribed uniform of the day. and wear the prescribed uniform of the day.
d. This policy is punitive in that a violation of any d. This policy is punitive in that a violation of any
provision of this policy may provide a basis for provision of this policy may provide a basis for
appropriate administrative or judicial/disciplinary appropriate administrative or judicial/disciplinary
action under the Uniform Code of Military Justice action under the Uniform Code of Military Justice
(UCMJ), or appropriate military/civilian personnel (UCMJ), or appropriate military/civilian personnel
regulations, ejection from Camp Delta, and/or denial of regulations, ejection from Camp Delta, and/or denial of
entry. entry.
e. All personnel will sign a statement of e. All personnel will sign a statement of
understanding/acknowledgement that they have read understanding/acknowledgement that they have read
and will adhere to the provisions of all SOPs for Camp and will adhere to the provisions of all SOPs for Camp
Delta. Delta.
1-2. Minor SOP Modifications 1-2. Minor SOP Modifications
a. Any personnel may send suggestions for a. Any personnel may send suggestions for
improvement of the SOP through their chain of improvement of the SOP through their chain of
command to the JDOG S-3. command to the JDOG S-3.
b. Minor revisions will be made in a memorandum b. Minor revisions will be made in a memorandum
format, appropriately staffed, and approved by the format, appropriately staffed, and approved by the
CJDOG. Example is in Appendix C. CJDOG.
c. Copies of memorandums will be distributed and c. Copies of memorandums will be distributed and
placed in the front of all SOP books. placed in the front of all SOP books.
d. The SOP will be reviewed every 120 days to d. SOPs may be modified through a Guard Mount
incorporate any changes. All suggested changes in
procedures for operations would be in writing,
endorsed by the CJDOG, and approved by CJTF.
e. SOPs may be modified through a Guard Mount
message. JDOG S-3 must approve these messages message. JDOG S-3 must approve these messages
prior to their release. prior to their release.
f. No SOP modification is valid unless in e. The SOP will be reviewed every 30 days to
memorandum approved by CJDOG or in an approved incorporate any changes. Submit all suggested changes
Guard Mount message. in procedures for operations electronically to JDOG S-
g. A copy of all Guard Mount messages and 3 to include the following:
approved memorandums will be filed by the JDOG (1) Name of the submitter
Detention Services Branch (DSB). This file will be (2) Date of submission
used to update the SOP during the revision process. (3) If a modification, the current verbiage along
After the memorandum or Guard Mount message is with the chapter and paragraph of the text in the SOP.
“N/A – addition to SOP”
(4) The new verbiage of the addition or
modification to the SOP. “Add Koran to the list of
inbound items contained in paragraph 4-20a.”
(5) The reason why this change should be made
such as “CG has directed all inbounds will now have
Korans”.
f. No SOP modification is valid unless approved by
CJDOG or in an approved Guard Mount message. The
memorandum or guard mount message must state that
it is a modification to the SOP.
g. The JDOG Detention Services Branch (DSB) will
file a copy of all Guard Mount messages approved.
This file will be used to update the SOP during the
revision process. After the Guard Mount message is
included in the SOP through rewrite, it will be placed included in the SOP through rewrite, it will be placed
in a separate file of items included in the SOP. in a separate file of items included in the SOP.
1-3. References Appendix A lists required and h. Each manned position will train on or become
familiar with one chapter per shift until the SOP has
been reviewed.
(1) Verification will be monitored by a signature
roster that is turned into the SOG and forwarded to the
respective company's training NCO for documentation.
(2) To ensure that each chapter is read and
studied, a specific chapter will be assigned to the
manned position.
(3) The roster will ensure that each individual has
read, studied, reviewed and become familiar with the
prescribed chapter.
(4) Training NCOs will ensure all soldiers are
familiar with the SOP.
(5) SOP training will be conducted with or
instead of regular block training as determined by the
block NCO for that shift.
(6) The block NCO must inform SOG of their
intention to train on the SOP in lieu of regular block
training for documentation purposes. The SOG will
then inform the CO as to each block’s intent to train on
what task for that specific shift.
1-3. References Appendix “A” lists required and
related publications along with prescribed and related publications along with prescribed and
referenced DOD and DA forms. Appendix B contains referenced DOD and DA forms. Appendix “B
all local forms. “contains all local forms.
1-4. Explanation of Abbreviations and Terms 1-4. Explanation of Abbreviations and Terms
The glossary explains abbreviations and special terms The glossary explains abbreviations and special terms
used in this SOP. used in this SOP.
1-5. JDOG Mission and Commander’s Intent 1-5. JDOG Mission and Commander’s Intent
a. The Joint Detention Operations Group (JDOG) a. The Joint Detention Operations Group (JDOG)
conducts detention and area security operations in conducts detention and area security operations in
assigned sector of the Joint Operational Area (JOA) in assigned sector of the Joint Operational Area (JOA) in
support of intelligence operations in the Global War on support of intelligence operations in the Global War on
Terrorism (GWOT). Terrorism (GWOT).
b. The JDOG Commander’s (CJDOG) intent is to b. The JDOG Commander’s (CJDOG) intent is to
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office. All personnel will be alert for security violations office. All personnel will be alert for security violations
or discrepancies and immediately report any unusual, or discrepancies and immediately report any unusual,
questionable incidents, or observations to their questionable incidents, or observations to their
immediate supervisor. Supervisors will report all immediate supervisor. Supervisors will report all
violations to the Detention Operations Center (DOC) violations to the Detention Operations Center (DOC)
and/or JDOG S3. and/or JDOG S3.
(2) Humane Treatment. Treat detainees (2) Humane Treatment. Treat detainees
humanely. Abuse, or any form of corporal punishment, humanely. Abuse, or any form of corporal punishment,
is prohibited. Verbal harassment, interrogation except is prohibited. Verbal harassment, interrogation except
by proper authority, and the imposing of physical by proper authority, and the imposing of physical
exercise as punishment is prohibited. All soldiers will exercise as punishment is prohibited.
carry the “US SOUTHCOM Human Rights Standing
Orders” card on them at all times.
(3) Professionalism. Maintain a fair, firm, (3) Professionalism. Maintain a fair, firm,
impartial, and professional demeanor toward detainees impartial, and professional demeanor toward detainees
at all times. at all times.
(4) Use of Force. Personnel will not strike nor (4) Use of Force. Personnel will not strike nor
lay hands upon a detainee except in self-defense, to lay hands upon a detainee except in self-defense, to
prevent a serious injury to a person or damage to prevent a serious injury to a person or damage to
property, to quell a disturbance, or for purposes of property, to quell a disturbance, or for purposes of
escorting, properly restraining, or searching a detainee. escorting, properly restraining, or searching a detainee.
In such cases, exercise only the amount of force In such cases, exercise only the amount of force
necessary to gain the compliance of the detainee. necessary to gain the compliance of the detainee.
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(c) Chemical components or incendiary devices (c) Chemical components or incendiary devices
(d) Knives (d) Knives
(e) Unauthorized handcuff keys (e) Unauthorized handcuff keys
(f) Drugs or narcotics without a prescription (f) Drugs or narcotics without a prescription
(g) Intoxicants/alcoholic beverages (g) Intoxicants/alcoholic beverages
(h) Currency (not on person) (h) Currency (not on person)
(i) Razor blades (i) Razor blades
(j) Obscene material (j) Obscene material
(k) Photographic equipment (unless approved by (k) Photographic equipment (unless approved by
proper authority) proper authority)
(l) Recording devices (unless approved by (l) Personal mail/parcels.
(m) Recording devices (unless approved by
proper authority) proper authority)
(m) Extra clothing not worn on the job site (n) Extra clothing not worn on the job site
(n) Food products (unless being consumed by (o) Food products (unless being consumed by
individual) individual)
(o) Cell phones (unless approved by proper (p) Cell phones (unless approved by proper
authority) authority)
(p) Handbags, duffel bags, and book bags (unless (q) Handbags, duffel bags, and book bags (unless
required by mission and approved by proper authority) required by mission and approved by proper authority)
(q) Non-government laptops (unless approved by (r) Non-government laptops (unless approved by
proper authority proper authority
(r) Reading material other than military (s) Reading material other than military
publications such as FMs, ARs, TMs, etc. publications such as FMs, ARs, TMs, etc.
(t) Electronic devices such as DVD players, CD
players, tape players, headphones, etc. are not
authorized for guards.
(u) Personal Digital Assistance (PDA) unless
authorized per access roster. Personnel who have been
issued PDA’s will adhere and conform to the standards
of conduct, relative to policy set-forth by J6. PDA’S
will be secured at all times by their owners. In the
event a PDA is left unattended, the PDA will be turned
into the DOC NCOIC, accompanied by DA Form 2823
and DA Form 4137. The S6 will confirm identity of
the owner through serial number and hand receipt and
will return the PDA to the owners commander.
(7) Social Contact. Personnel will only interact (7) Social Contact. Personnel will only interact
with detainees on official business that is essential for with detainees on official business that is essential for
mission accomplishment. Personnel will not fraternize mission accomplishment. Personnel will not fraternize
with detainees nor accept personal favors or services. with detainees nor accept personal favors or services.
This includes idle chatter and small talk conducted This includes idle chatter and small talk conducted
with the detainee. with the detainee.
(8) Gifts. Personnel will not give or receive from (8) Gifts. Personnel will not give or receive from
any detainee anything that could be construed as a gift, any detainee anything that could be construed as a gift,
or in any manner, buy, sell, or barter any item(s) with a or in any manner, buy, sell, or barter any item(s) with a
detainee. detainee.
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(7) Social Contact. Personnel will only interact (7) Social Contact. Personnel will only interact
with detainees on official business that is essential for with detainees on official business that is essential for
mission accomplishment. Personnel will not fraternize mission accomplishment. Personnel will not fraternize
with detainees nor accept personal favors or services. with detainees nor accept personal favors or services.
This includes idle chatter and small talk conducted This includes idle chatter and small talk conducted
with the detainee. with the detainee.
(8) Gifts. Personnel will not give or receive from (8) Gifts. Personnel will not give or receive from
any detainee anything that could be construed as a gift, any detainee anything that could be construed as a gift,
or in any manner, buy, sell, or barter any item(s) with a or in any manner, buy, sell, or barter any item(s) with a
detainee. detainee.
(9) Promises and Privileges. Personnel will not (9) Promises and Privileges. Personnel will not
extend nor promise to a detainee any special privilege extend nor promise to a detainee any special privilege
or favor not available to all detainees, nor furnish or favor not available to all detainees, nor furnish
detainees with information except through official detainees with information except through official
channels. Exceptions may be granted by the JIG channels. The JIG Commander my grant exceptions
Commander for the purpose of interrogations. for the purpose of interrogations.
(10) Privacy of Information. The privacy of (10) Privacy of Information. The privacy of
information applies to all information concerning any information applies to all information concerning any
of the detainees. Personnel will discuss information of the detainees. Personnel will discuss information
only with authorized personnel requiring this only with authorized personnel requiring this
information in the performance of their official duties. information in the performance of their official duties.
Obtain permission from the JDOG S3 or higher Obtain permission from the JDOG S3 or higher
authority to release information. Personnel will not authority to release information. Personnel will not
discuss facility activities, operations or detainee discuss facility activities, operations or detainee
information in public areas where they may be information in public areas where they may be
overheard. overheard.
(11) Appearance. All military personnel will (11) Appearance. All military personnel will
maintain a high standard of bearing and appearance. maintain a high standard of bearing and appearance.
Leaders will ensure proper performance of duties Leaders will ensure proper performance of duties
through professionalism, training, effective through professionalism, training, effective
communication, leadership, teamwork and discipline. communication, leadership, teamwork and discipline.
Personnel will set the example in conduct and Personnel will set the example in conduct and
performance on and off duty. The duty uniform for performance on and off duty. The duty uniform for all
those military personnel assigned to JDOG at Camp military personnel assigned to JDOG at Camp Delta
Delta and other JTF-GTMO detention facilities is the and other JTF-GTMO detention facilities will be the
following: following:
(a) BDUs with sew-on rank and insignia, sleeves (a) BDUs with sew-on rank, insignia to include
down. Anytime personnel are in the vicinity of collar devices and sleeves down. Anytime personnel
detainees (escorts, cell blocks, interrogation/monitor are in the vicinity of detainees (escorts, cell blocks,
rooms, medical clinic, Detention Hospital, or other interrogation/monitor rooms, medical clinic, Detention
detention facilities), the name tape will be covered with Hospital, or other detention facilities), the nametape
adhesive tape. will be covered with adhesive tape.
(b) BDU patrol cap with rank sewn on. (b) BDU patrol cap with rank sewn on.
(c) Appropriate civilian attire (select personnel). (c) Appropriate civilian attire (select personnel).
(d) Camel-bak or similar container, or stripped (d) Camel-back or similar container, or stripped
pistol belt with canteen. pistol belt with canteen.
(e) Pen and paper. (e) Pen and paper.
(f) Whistle in pocket or clipped on pocket (no (f) Whistle clipped to the left pocket or clipped
lanyard). on belt loop (no lanyard).
(g) No earrings
(12) Weapons. Unless specifically authorized by (12) Weapons. Unless specifically authorized by
CJDOG (eg., Quick Reaction Force), personnel will CJDOG (e.g., Quick Reaction Force), personnel will
not introduce, or knowingly allow to be introduced into not introduce, or knowingly allow to be introduced into
Camp Delta or other JTF-GTMO detention facilities Camp Delta or other JTF-GTMO detention facilities
unauthorized firearms, nightsticks, or any instruments unauthorized firearms, nightsticks, or any instruments
that might be considered as or possibly used as a that might be considered as or possibly used as a
weapon. Personnel are not authorized to use or have in weapon. Personnel are not authorized to use or have in
their possession unauthorized weapons including, but their possession unauthorized weapons including, but
not limited to, firearms, knives, batons, sap gloves not limited to, firearms, knives, batons, sap gloves
(lead filled padded gloves), kubatons, nightsticks, PR- (lead filled padded gloves), batons, nightsticks, PR-
24s, collapsing/expandable batons and any other 24s, collapsing/expandable batons and any other
weapons not specifically authorized. Personnel are weapons not specifically authorized. Personnel are
authorized to utilize “field expedient” weapons under authorized to utilize “field expedient” weapons under
situations of extreme danger when other efforts have situations of extreme danger when other efforts have
failed or are unfeasible and it is necessary to prevent failed or are unfeasible and it is necessary to prevent
the death or severe bodily injury to themselves or other the death or severe bodily injury to themselves or other
personnel, including detainees. The only exception to personnel, including detainees. Only competent
this policy is in the event of escape, riot or disorder and authority may direct an exception to this policy in the
then only when directed by competent authority. event of escape, riot, or disorder. Competent authority
Competent authority is CJTF, CJDOG, DCJDOG, or is CJTF, CJDOG, DCJDOG, or the on-duty Company
the on-duty Company Commander. Commander.
(13) Alcohol and other substances. Personnel (13) Alcohol and other substances. Personnel
will not consume mind-altering substances within eight will not consume mind-altering substances within eight
hours prior to assuming duty, including but not limited hours prior to assuming duty, including but not limited
to alcoholic beverages. Soldiers with prescriptions for to alcoholic beverages. Soldiers with prescriptions for
such medications should immediately notify their chain such medications should immediately notify their chain
of command and fitness for shift determinations will be of command and fitness for shift determinations will be
made on a case by case basis. The consumption of made on a case-by-case basis. The consumption of
alcoholic beverages and/or other mind-altering alcoholic beverages and/or other mind-altering
substances is sufficient cause to effect relief from duty substances is sufficient cause to effect relief from duty
and disciplinary action. and disciplinary action.
b. All violations of the Standards of Conduct will b. All violations of the Standards of Conduct will
be promptly reported to the chain of command. be promptly reported to the chain of command.
1-8. General Protection Policy 1-8. General Protection Policy
a. Give all persons detained at Camp Delta and a. Give all persons detained at Camp Delta and
other JTF-GTMO detention facilities humanitarian care other JTF-GTMO detention facilities humanitarian care
and treatment within the spirit of the Geneva and treatment within the spirit of the Geneva
Conventions. Conventions.
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matters involving both detainees and U.S. forces matters involving both detainees and U.S. forces
assigned, attached, or working at Camp Delta and other assigned, attached, or working at Camp Delta and other
JTF-GTMO detention facilities. JTF-GTMO detention facilities.
b. Following is the security force chain of command b. Following is the security force chain of command
for any given shift at Camp Delta and other JTF- for any given shift at Camp Delta and other JTF-
GTMO detention facilities: GTMO detention facilities:
POSITION REPORTS TO POSITION REPORTS TO
S3, JDOG DCJDOG S3, JDOG DCJDOG
CO S3, JDOG CO S3, JDOG
PL CO PL CO
SOG PL SOG’S 1, 2, 3 PL1 OR PL2
BLOCK NCOIC SOG BLOCK NCOIC SOG
SP/GATE GUARDS SOG SP/GATE GUARDS SOG 3
JIIF MONITORS SOG JIIF MONITORS SOG
ESCORT CTRL NCO CO ESCORT CTRL NCOIC DOC NCOIC
ESCORTS SOG ESCORTS ESCORT NCOIC
BLOCK GUARDS BLOCK NCOIC BLOCK GUARDS BLOCK NCOIC
DOC NCO CO DOC NCOIC S3, JDOG
CAMP 4 NCOIC FGIW
Table 2-1
2-2. Physical Plant 2-2. Physical Plant
a. Camp Delta currently has nineteen maximum a. Camp Delta currently has nineteen maximum-
security detention areas for confining detainees security detention areas for confining detainees
individually and four medium security areas for individually and four medium security areas for
confining detainees in twelve person rooms within a confining detainees in twelve person rooms within a
forty-eight capacity building. These detention areas forty-eight capacity building. These detention areas
are grouped into 4 distinct camps (Delta 1, Delta 2, are grouped into 4 distinct camps (Camp 1, Camp 2,
Delta 3, and Delta 4). Camp 3, and Camp 4).
b. Each of the maximum security detention areas b. Each of the maximum-security detention areas
contains a block of cells having 24, 36, or 48 individual contains a block of cells having 24, 36, or 48 individual
units. cells.
c. Blocks are categorized as maximum security c. Blocks are categorized as maximum security
(individual cells) or medium security (twelve person (individual cells) or medium security (twelve person
rooms). Several maximum security areas are rooms). Maximum-security blocks are designated as
designated as Maximum Security Units (MSU), that Segregation, designed specifically for segregation and
are designed for segregation and isolation of detainees isolation of detainees for disciplinary or intelligence
for disciplinary or intelligence gathering purposes. gathering purposes.
2-3. Camp Delta Operations 2-3. Camp Delta Operations
a. The JDOG S3 Section also serves as the Camp a. The JDOG S3 Section also serves as the Camp
Delta Operations Section. The primary focus for the Delta Operations Section. The primary focus for the
Camp Delta Operations Section is the safe, secure, and Camp Delta Operations Section is the safe, secure, and
efficient operation of Camp Delta and other JTF- efficient operation of Camp Delta and other JTF-
GTMO detention facilities. GTMO detention facilities.
b. The Camp Delta Operations Section is organized b. The Camp Delta Operations Section is organized
into two distinct branches: Detention Operations into two distinct branches: Detention Operations
Branch and Detention Services Branch. Branch and Detention Services Branch.
Section I – Personnel Section I – Personnel
2-4. Duty positions described in this SOP are 2-4. Duty positions described in this SOP are
necessary for the effective operation of Camp Delta necessary for the effective operation of Camp Delta
and other JTF-GTMO detention facilities; however, not and other JTF-GTMO detention facilities; however, not
all positions are annotated in the current JTF-GTMO all positions are annotated in the current JTF-GTMO
Joint Manning Document (JMD). Non-JMD positions Joint Manning Document (JMD). Non-JMD positions
(identified with an *) will be filled via tasking to (identified with an *) will be filled via tasking to
subordinate units, or identified as Additional Duties for subordinate units, or identified as Additional Duties for
other personnel in the JDOG headquarters. other personnel in the JDOG headquarters.
2-5. Detention Operations Branch 2-5. Detention Operations Branch
a. Detention Operations Officer Assists the a. Detention Operations Officer Assists the JDOG
JDOG S3 and on-duty Commanding Officer (CO) with S3 and on-duty Commanding Officer (CO) with all
all aspects of detention operations, including detainee aspects of detention operations, including detainee
custody and control, detainee movement and cell custody and control, detainee movement and cell
assignments, internal security, mission tracking, and assignments, internal security, mission tracking, and
reporting requirements. Responsible for development reporting requirements. Responsible for development
of SOPs for both JDOG and detention facility of SOPs for both JDOG and detention facility
operations and coordination with JTF-GTMO staff, operations and coordination with JTF-GTMO staff,
subordinate units, contractors, medical staff, JIG, law subordinate units, contractors, medical staff, JIG, law
enforcement agencies, and Naval Base staff and enforcement agencies, and Naval Base staff and
support agencies. support agencies.
b. Detention Operations NCO Assists the b. Detention Operations NCO Assists the
Detention Operations Officer with all aspects of Detention Operations Officer with all aspects of
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and takes direction from the JDOG S3, and is and takes direction from the JDOG S3, and is
responsible for all aspects of the operation of Camp responsible for all aspects of the operation of Camp
Delta. Responsibilities include the day-to-day humane Delta. Responsibilities include the day-to-day humane
care, custody and control, discipline, safety, and care, custody and control, discipline, safety, and
welfare of all detainees. The CO is overall responsible welfare of all detainees. The CO is overall responsible
for the care, conduct, and discipline of the guard force. for the care, conduct, and discipline of the guard force.
Specific duties of the CO are detailed in the Special Specific duties of the CO are detailed in the Special
Orders portion of this SOP. Orders portion of this SOP.
d. On-duty Platoon Leader (PL)* Two MP d. On-duty Platoon Leader (PL)* Two MP
Platoon Leaders will be assigned for each duty shift. Platoon Leaders will be assigned for each duty shift.
PL assist the CO in the day-to-day operation of Camp PLs assist the CO in the day-to-day operation of Camp
Delta. Specific duties of the PL are detailed in the Delta. Specific duties of the PL are detailed in the
Special Orders portion of this SOP.Each PL will be Special Orders portion of this SOP.Each PL will be
assigned an area of responsibility, as follows: assigned an area of responsibility, as follows:
(1) PL1 will be assigned to Camp Delta 1 and 4.
(1) PL1 will be assigned to Camp Delta 1 and 4.
(2) PL2 will be assigned to Camp Delta 2 and 3. (2) PL2 will be assigned to Camp Delta 2 and 3.
e. Sergeant of the Guard (SOG)* Three MP e. Sergeant of the Guard (SOG)* Four MP NCOs
NCOs will be assigned for each duty shift, and will be assigned for each duty shift, and designated the
designated the SOG for their assigned area, as outlined SOG for their assigned area, as outlined below. The
below. The SOGs report to the PL assigned to their SOGs report to the PL assigned to their area of Camp
area of Camp Delta. The SOGs are the immediate shift Delta. The SOGs are the immediate shift supervisors
supervisors for Block NCOICs and Sally Port/Gate for Block NCOICs and Sally Port/Gate Guards for their
Guards for their respective areas. The SOGs are respective areas. The SOGs are responsible for the
responsible for the care, conduct, and safety of the care, conduct, and safety of the guard force. They
guard force. They enforce accountability, control, enforce accountability, control, safety, care, and
safety, care, and humane treatment of detainees; ensure humane treatment of detainees; ensure that all
that all personnel perform their assigned duties and personnel perform their assigned duties and tasks to
tasks to standard and adhere to the Camp Delta SOP; standard and adhere to the Camp Delta SOP; and
and coordinate logistical support of the guard force and coordinate logistical support of the guard force and
detainees for their shift. Specific duties of the SOG are detainees for their shift. Specific duties of the SOG are
detailed in the Special Orders portion of this SOP. detailed in the Special Orders portion of this SOP.
(1) SOG1 will be assigned to Camp Delta 1, and (1) SOG1 will be assigned to Camp Delta 1, and
will be an MP NCO, SFC or above. SOG1 is will be an MP NCO, SFC or above. SOG1 is
designated as the senior SOG for the shift. designated as the senior SOG for the shift.
(2) SOG2 will be assigned to Camp Delta 2 and (2) SOG2 will be assigned to Camp Delta 2 and
3, and will be an MP NCO, SFC or above. 3, and will be an MP NCO, SFC or above.
(3) SOG3 will be assigned to Camp Delta 4, and (3) SOG 3 will be assigned to perform duties
will be an MP NCO, SSG or above. between Sally ports 1&8 “Camp Delta Mainstreet”,
Gold, Brown and Yellow JIIF trailers. SOG 3 will be
an MP NCO, SSG or above.
(4) SOG 4 will be assigned to Camp 4, and will
be an MP NCO, SSG or above.
f. Block NCOIC* A Block NCOIC will be f. Block NCOIC* A Block NCOIC will be
assigned to each occupied cell block for each shift. assigned to each occupied block for each shift. The
The Block NCOIC is supervises all block guards Block NCOIC is supervises all guards assigned to the
assigned to the block and is responsible for all aspects block and is responsible for all aspects of custody and
of custody and control, care, shelter, feeding, and control, care, shelter, feeding, and treatment of all
treatment of all detainees housed in the cell block. detainees housed in the cell block.
g. Escort Control NCO* and Assistant Escort g. Escort Control NCO* and Assistant Escort
Control NCO* An NCO (SGT or above) will be Control NCO* An NCO (SGT or above) will be
assigned as the Escort Control NCO for each shift. An assigned as the Escort Control NCO for each shift. An
NCO (CPL or above) will be assigned as the Assistant NCO (CPL or above) will be assigned as the Assistant
Escort Control NCO for day and swing shift. The Escort Control NCO for day and swing shift. The
Escort Control NCO and Assistant NCO are Escort Control NCO and Assistant NCO are
responsible for all aspects of Camp Delta escort responsible for all aspects of Camp Delta escort
operations. operations.
h. DOC NCO and Assistant DOC NCO An NCO h. DOC NCO and Assistant DOC NCO An NCO
(SGT or above) will be assigned as the DOC NCO. An (SGT or above) will be assigned as the DOC NCO. An
NCO (CPL or above) will be assigned as the Assistant NCO (CPL or above) will be assigned as the Assistant
DOC NCO for day and swing shift. The DOC NCO DOC NCO for day and swing shift. The DOC NCO
and Assistant DOC NCO are responsible for and Assistant DOC NCO are responsible for
controlling, reporting, and tracking all aspects of controlling, reporting, and tracking all aspects of
detention facility operations. detention facility operations.
i. Detention Hospital Security Force NCO An i. Detention Hospital Security Force NCOIC An
NCO (SSG or above) will be detailed to perform duty NCO (SSG or above) will be detailed to perform duty
at the Detention Hospital. This NCO is responsible for at the Detention Hospital. This NCO is responsible for
all security provided at the Detention Hospital, and for all security provided at the Detention Hospital, and for
the custody and control of all detainees treated at the the custody and control of all detainees treated at the
Detention Hospital (in-patient and out-patient). All Detention Hospital (in-patient and out-patient). All
guards assigned to work a shift at the Detention guards assigned to work a shift at the Detention
Hospital are OPCON to the Detention Hospital Hospital are OPCON to the Detention Hospital
Security Force NCO. Security Force NCO.
j. DOC Clerk Responsibilities include, but are not j. DOC Clerk Responsibilities include, but are not
limited to, maintaining the Camp Delta Blotter, radio- limited to, maintaining the Camp Delta Blotter,
telephone operator tasks, detainee tracking, and other radiotelephone operator tasks, detainee tracking, and
duties as assigned by DOC NCO. other duties as assigned by DOC NCO.
2-6. Detention Services Branch (DSB) 2-6. Detention Services Branch (DSB)
a. Detention Services Officer* Supervises all a. Detention Services Officer* Supervises all
aspects of detainee record administration, Camp Delta aspects of detainee record administration, Camp Delta
operational records administration, detainee operational records administration, detainee
administrative and logistics support, detainee database administrative and logistics support, detainee database
management, mission tracking, and reporting management, mission tracking, and reporting
requirements. Responsible for staffing and publishing requirements. Responsible for staffing and publishing
SOPs for detention facility operations, and SOPs for detention facility operations, and
coordination with JTF-GTMO staff, subordinate units, coordination with JTF-GTMO staff, subordinate units,
contractors, medical staff, JIG, law enforcement contractors, medical staff, JIG, law enforcement
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orders and memorandums. orders and memorandums.
b. Strict control and continuous records b. Strict control and continuous records
management is critical to ensure thorough management is critical to ensure thorough
accountability of all information concerning detainee accountability of all information concerning detainee
records, other administrative documents, and records, other administrative documents, and
accountability of equipment. All personnel will strictly accountability of equipment. All personnel will strictly
comply with the Privacy Act and Freedom of comply with the Privacy Act and Freedom of
Information Act concerning divulging of information, Information Act concerning divulging of information,
either telephonically or in hard copy. either telephonically or in hard copy.
c. Much of the operational and administrative c. Much of the operational and administrative
records of Camp Delta are classified or sensitive in records of Camp Delta is classified or sensitive in
nature and will be safeguarded as such. Personnel will nature and will be safeguarded as such. Personnel will
not authorize release of information to the media. not authorize release of information to the media.
d. Records will not be removed from the facility d. Records will not be removed from the facility
without authority from the CJDOG. Requests from without authority from the CJDOG. Requests from
outside organizations will be routed through command outside organizations will be routed through command
channels for decisions. Under no circumstances will a channels for decisions. Under no circumstances will a
detainee review or have access to his records. detainee review or have access to his records.
Chapter 3 Chapter 3
Detainee Reception Operations Detainee Reception Operations
3-1. Overview Periodically, detainees will arrive at 3-1. Overview Periodically, detainees will arrive at
Leeward Airfield to be moved to Camp Delta for Leeward Airfield to be moved to Camp Delta for
detention. The JDOG S3 will provide for specific detention. The JDOG S3 will provide for specific
instructions and training prior to the reception of instructions and training prior to the reception of
detainees. detainees.
3-2. Infantry Support Operations 3-2. Infantry Support Operations
a. Detainee reception operations consist of four a. See Infantry SOP for DMO Operations
phases. Outlined below are the inbound mission
phases:
(1) Phase 1 consists of preparation of movement,
the staging of personnel, securing of vehicles, and a
route reconnaissance.
(2) Phase 2 consists of the transferring of
detainees from the aircraft to JTF-GTMO, the
detainees searched, loaded, secured for transport, and
convoyed to Leeward Ferry Landing.
(3) Phase 3 consists of the detainee movement
from Leeward to Windward Landing and C3 with the
JOC and the Camp Delta DOC.
(4) The last phase consists of the detainee
movement from Windward Ferry Landing to Camp
Delta utilizing Checkpoints for movement. Detainee
Transfers to another installation is conducted the same,
but the process is executed in reverse.
b. During phase 1, the unit stages its personnel and
equipment consisting of the following requirement:
four HMMWVs with .50 Cal MGs, one 2 ½ Ton Truck
and one cargo HMMWV (38 total passengers) from
Leeward Airfield to Camp Delta. The four HMMWVs
will have a .50 Cal MG mounted on each of them. Unit
will also provide one Squad (minimum nine soldiers)
with cargo HMMWV as a Dismounted Security Force,
a (17 soldier) QRF (both lethal and non-lethal capable)
element on the 2 ½ Ton, and a minimal C2 cell.
Initially, two gun trucks and a Maintenance Contact
Team will go to the Leeward side one hour prior to the
main body departure performing a route recon. Once
on the Leeward side, both gun trucks will conduct a
sweep of the airfield and establish support-by-fire
(SBF) positions overlooking the ferry landing. One gun
truck will remain in its SBF position while the other
continues to sweep the airfield. The second gun truck
will occupy its designated SBF position once the Ferry
nears the landing. The lead gun truck will coordinate
with JTF on the flight call signs. The main body links
up with the buses and the ambulance at the Windward
Ferry Landing and proceeds across to the Leeward
Ferry Landing. Once off loaded on the Leeward side,
the convoy proceeds to the flight line. One Gun Truck,
the Security Team Cargo HMMWV, the MP Working
Dog Team, and the last Gun Truck proceed up route #1
(West). The two busses, ambulance, and the QRF
vehicle proceed up route #2 (South). All vehicles will
stage and wait for the aircraft to arrive. The
Maintenance Contact Team moves to the Leeward
Ferry Landing and provides security of the ferry while
docked.
c. Phase 2 begins once the aircraft is on the ground.
The gun trucks proceed to positions forming a
perimeter around the aircraft. One Security Squad
Team positions itself from the aircrafts 11 o’clock to 1
o’clock position. The second Security Squad Team
positions itself from 5 o’clock to 7 o’clock covering in
between the two gun trucks. Correct spacing of troops
in paramount. Deploy these soldiers by vehicle. The
two busses, the ambulance, and the QRF element will
then move into position to the rear of the aircraft. The
QRF dismounts with shields and batons (no weapons)
and forms a cordon from the aircraft ramp to the lead
bus and ambulance. The CO coordinates with the
Aircraft Commander to get all pertinent information on
detainees. MPs will move detainees to the busses.
Secure the detainees on the busses and then the convoy
proceeds to the ferry and loads for return to the
Windward side.
d. During phase 3, position a sniper (one soldier
from the QRF w/ two spotters) on top of the ferry
during the movement from the Leeward side to the
Windward side. QRF provides security (with
weapons) on the deck of the ferry for the crossing. The
Security squad provides security from the bridge side
of the ferry. The Sniper Team will remain in position
until the ramp of the ferry begins to deploy. Upon
docking on the Windward side, the convoy offloads
and lines up for movement back to Camp Delta.
e. During the last phase, the order of march is one
gun truck, the two detainee busses, the ambulance, one
gun truck, the QRF Element, the Security squad, the
MP working dog team, and finally the last two gun
trucks. March speed is 30 MPH. The convoy will
report all seven checkpoints (see coordinating
instructions in the OPORD) back to Camp Delta to the
JOC. The lead gun truck establishes a Blocking
Position (BP) on the road at Sally Port 1 of Camp Delta
as the buses and ambulances enter the gate. Once
detainees are in the camp and the gate is closed all
vehicles will proceed to Seaside Galley parking lot for
an after action review (AAR) and a mission debriefing.
The QRF will remain on the 2 ½ Ton Truck outside of
Sally Port #1 until properly relieved by the MPs.
3-3. Infantry Support Force
a. Team Omaha secures the airfield and designated
route to facilitate the safe and unhindered
transportation of detainees to / from the Camp Delta
Detainment Facility.
b. The mission consists of the following elements:
Quick Reaction Force (QRF), a Dismounted Security
Element (one Squad), a Mounted Security Element
(four HMMWVs w/ .50 Cal MGs), two Bus Teams, a
MP Working Dog (MWD) Team, and a C2 element.
c. The QRF comes from the Platoon currently the
QRF in Camp Delta or if the designated Platoon has
enough personnel for the mission. It consists of two
Squads and the QRF PL. This element rides on a 2 ½-
ton Truck, and carries both lethal and non-lethal
weapons. The QRF PL maintains command and
control (C2) of this element.
d. The Dismounted Security Element is a Squad. It
comes from the same Platoon designated for the
detainee Movement Operation. This squad rides on a
Troop/Cargo HMMWV, and carries only lethal weapon
systems.
e. The mounted security element consists of four
HMMWVs with .50 Cal MGs. The PL maintains
command and control (C2) of this element.
f. The JDOG provides the two teams of bus
personnel. They link up with the buses at either the
Leeward or Windward Ferry Landing.
g. The JDOG also provides a Military Working Dog
Team. They utilize an A/C HMMWV that provides
comfort to the Dogs. The Combat Camera Team will
also be located in this vehicle.
h. The C2 element consists of the CO and the
Infantry Task Force Commander. They both ride in
each of the Gun trucks from the Mounted Security
Squads. Each of these personnel has the following
responsibilities:
(1) The CO is overall responsible for the
download of detainees. He has command and control
(C2) of the QRF, the Security Squad, and the Mounted
Security Element, the two Bus Teams, the Military
Working Dog Team, and the Medical assets. He
coordinates with Air Force personnel prior to the plane
landing and the security crew on the plane once the
plane has landed. He reports directly to the Infantry
Task Force Commander.
(2) The Task Force Commander has Command
and Control (C2) of all operational assets. The CO
reports to him. He has TACON of the Port Security
Unit (PSU) boats, and reports directly to the Joint
Operations Center (JOC).
3-4. Land Movement 3-4. Land Movement
a. Follow the guidelines listed below for the airfield a. Follow the guidelines listed below for the airfield
reception of detainees. reception of detainees.
b. The JDOG will identify two NCOs to receive b. The JDOG will identify two NCOs to receive
detainee property and the manifest. NCO #1 will detainee property and the manifest. NCO #1 will
obtain the manifest from the personnel on the aircraft obtain the manifest from the personnel on the aircraft
and ride with the lead bus to Camp Delta. NCO #1 will and ride with the lead bus to Camp Delta. NCO #1 will
turn over this manifest upon arrival at Camp Delta to turn over this manifest upon arrival at Camp Delta to
the in-processing escort NCOIC. NCO #2 will receive the in-processing escort NCOIC. NCO #2 will receive
the detainee property and coordinate with JIG for the detainee property and coordinate with JIG for
custody of the property. Once this coordination is done custody of the property. Once this coordination is done
and property needed by the JIG is released to them, the and property needed by the JIG is released to them, the
remaining property will be taken to JDOG S-4 and remaining property will be taken to JDOG S-4 and
released to the Property Book Officer (PBO) for released to the Property Book Officer (PBO) for
storage, IAW AR 210-174. storage, IAW AR 210-174.
c. Utilize six MPs, including one MP with a c. Utilize six guards, including one guard with a
shotgun, per detainee bus. shotgun, per detainee bus.
d. Two MPs will receive the detainee from the d. Two guards will receive the detainee from the
aircraft escort team. They will pat down the detainee aircraft escort team. They will pat down the detainee
then turn the detainee over to the MPs on the bus. then turn the detainee over to the guards on the bus.
e. Three MPs will remain on the bus and receive the e. Three guards will remain on the bus and receive
patted-down detainee from the two MPs on the ground. the patted-down detainee from the two guards on the
They will move the detainee to his position on the bus ground. They will move the detainee to his position on
and secure him to the floor. the bus and secure him to the floor.
f. Once the bus is full, all six MPs will travel on the f. Once the bus is full, all six guards will travel on
bus to provide security for the detainees. the bus to provide security for the detainees.
g. Both buses will be loaded at the same time. g. Both buses will be loaded at the same time.
h. Infantry will be responsible for area outer h. Infantry will be responsible for area outer
security during the airfield operations and the convoy security during the airfield operations and the convoy
from the airport to Camp Delta. from the airport to Camp Delta.
i. The detainees will be in a three-piece suit. i. The detainees will be in a three-piece suit.
j. The bus guards must bring sufficient handcuffs to j. The bus guards must bring sufficient handcuffs to
secure the detainees to the chain in the bus. secure the detainees to the chain in the bus.
3-5. In-processing Security 3-5. In-processing Security
a. Periodically, detainees will arrive at Camp Delta a. Periodically, detainees will arrive at Camp Delta
to be detained until an appropriate disposition is to be detained until an appropriate disposition is
decided. The following guidelines will be followed for decided. The following guidelines will be followed for
the in-processing. in-processing.
b. The DOC will be responsible for transmitting via b. The DOC will be responsible for transmitting via
brevity code the following actions. Separate brevity brevity code the following actions. Separate brevity
codes are used for the dress rehearsal and mission for codes are used for the dress rehearsal and mission for
the following phases: the following phases:
(1) Off-loading of detainees commences (1) Off-loading of detainees commences
(2) Off-loading of detainees completed (2) Off-loading of detainees completed
(3) Completion of in-processing. (3) Completion of in-processing.
c. Two Escort NCOICs should be identified for the c. Two Escort NCOICs should be identified for the
operation of detainee in-processing. One will be operation of detainee in-processing. One will be
responsible for receiving detainees and moving them responsible for receiving detainees and moving them
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(2) Dressing room personnel will also prepare (2) Dressing room personnel will also prepare
jump suites i.e. insert shorts into bottoms and roll pant jump suites i.e. insert shorts into bottoms and roll pant
legs up at least half way. legs up at least half way.
(3) Stage trash cans with liners, one outside (3) Stage trash cans with liners, one outside
dressing room for goggles, two inside stripping room dressing room for goggles, two inside stripping room
for clothes, three in holding area #1 for mittens, for clothes, three in holding area #1 for mittens,
earmuffs, and miscellaneous trash. earmuffs, and miscellaneous trash.
(4) Two cardboard boxes should be placed in (4) Two cardboard boxes should be placed in
holding area #1 for the Air Force black boxes and holding area #1 for the Air Force black boxes and
chains. chains.
(5) Set up two tables in holding area #1 for water. (5) Set up two tables in holding area #1 for water.
MPs will use three coolers identified for their use. Guards will use three coolers identified for their use.
Detainees will use two coolers identified for their use. Detainees will use two coolers identified for their use.
Secure Styrofoam cups and coordinate with medics to Secure Styrofoam cups and coordinate with medics to
obtain ice. obtain ice.
(6) Get rubber gloves from medics. (6) Get rubber gloves from medics.
(7) Coordinate with the DOC to stage four golf (7) Coordinate with the DOC to stage four
carts, with keys, fueled up, and outside holding area #2. Gators, with keys, fueled up, and outside holding area
#2.
(8) Secure gate keys “A” and “B” from the DOC. (8) Secure gate keys “A” and “B” from the DOC.
(9) Secure at least six Saber radios from the (9) Secure at least six Saber radios from the
DOC. One for each of the NCOICs and one for each of DOC. One for each of the NCOICs and one for each of
the golf cart drivers. the Gator drivers.
(10) Shades will be closed on blocks to restrict (10) Shades will be closed on blocks to restrict
detainee’s view of in-processing. detainee’s view of in-processing.
(11) Secure two road guard vests for soldiers (11) Secure two road guard vests for soldiers
directing convoy. directing convoy.
e. Once in-processing personnel arrive, they will e. Once in-processing personnel arrive, they will
begin by sweeping holding areas #1 and #2. MPs will begin by sweeping holding areas #1 and #2. Guards
then be tasked as follows: will then be tasked as follows:
(1) Two for holding area #1 security. (1) Two for holding area #1 security.
(2) Two for mitten and earmuff removal as well (2) Two for mitten and earmuff removal as well
as distributing water to detainees in holding area. as distributing water to detainees in holding area.
(3) Two for restraint removal and preparing (3) Two for restraint removal and preparing
clothing to be removed. clothing to be removed.
(4) Two for the strip room. (4) Two for the strip room.
(5) Two for shower and lice room. Wet weather (5) Two for shower and lice room. Wet weather
gear will be provided for soldiers. gear will be provided for soldiers.
(6) Two for physical inspection room. (6) Two for physical inspection room.
(7) Two for the dressing room. (7) Two for the dressing room.
(8) Two to direct detainee convoy into Camp (8) Two to direct detainee convoy into Camp
Delta. Road Guard vests will be issued from supply. Delta. Road guard vests will be issued from supply.
(9) One to check off detainee roster inside (9) One to check off detainee roster inside
holding area #1. holding area #1.
(10) Four to six in riot gear to serve as the (10) Four to six in riot gear to serve as the
Immediate Reaction Force (IRF) team. Immediate Reaction Force (IRF) team.
(11) Remaining soldiers will be paired with an (11) Remaining soldiers will be paired with an
NCO who will sign for a handcuff key. NCO who will sign for a handcuff key.
(12) Four of these soldiers will be identified to be (12) Four of these soldiers will be identified to be
litter escorts if needed. litter escorts if needed.
f. NCO from the JDOG turns keys to black boxes to f. NCO from the JDOG turns keys to black boxes to
Reception NCOIC and manifest over to JDOG S-1 at Reception NCOIC and manifest over to JDOG S-1 at
processing area. The manifest will identify the order of processing area. The manifest will identify the order of
processing for detainees. The manifest usually will processing for detainees. The manifest usually will
designate a “Top Ten” list of the first detainees to be designate a “Top Ten” list of the first detainees to be
interviewed at the Joint Intelligence Interrogation interviewed at the Joint Intelligence Interrogation
Facility (JIIF). Facility (JIIF).
g. Processing area escort MPs move detainees into g. Processing area escort guards move detainees
holding area as they are taken off of the buses. Escorts into holding area as they are taken off of the buses.
operate as teams of two. Escorts operate as teams of two.
h. Escorts remove earmuffs and black boxes from h. Escorts remove earmuffs and black boxes from
detainees. Black boxes are staged outside of holding detainees. Black boxes are staged outside of holding
area pending return to Air Force. Four medics from the area pending return to Air Force. Four medics from the
JDOG check detainees after they are placed in holding JDOG check detainees after they are placed in holding
area. This is a check for any medical condition area. This is a check for any medical condition
requiring immediate attention (heat problems, etc.) requiring immediate attention (heat problems, etc.)
i. Escort teams move detainees through the i. Escort teams move detainees through the
processing stations. Unless otherwise specified, processing stations. Unless otherwise specified,
restraints remain on detainees. Some stations require restraints remain on detainees. Some stations require
removal of some restraints, however, at no time, unless removal of some restraints, however, at no time, unless
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into PWIS database. into PWIS database.
(7) Station 7: Photo for identity (ID) bracelet is (7) Station 7: Photo for identity (ID) bracelet is
taken in room adjacent to database interview room. taken in room adjacent to database interview room.
(8) Station 8: Move to hallway for taking of (8) Station 8: Move to hallway for taking of
fingerprints. The JDOG be prepared to provide two fingerprints. The JDOG be prepared to provide two
MPs to take fingerprints. MPs to take fingerprints.
(9) Station 9: Detainee is moved to medical in- (9) Station 9: Detainee is moved to medical in-
processing. Detainee is placed on cot for blood draw. processing. Detainee is placed on cot for blood draw.
(10) Station 10: Detainee is moved to x-ray room (10) Station 10: Detainee is moved to x-ray room
and receives chest x-ray. Medical personnel will place and receives chest x-ray. Medical personnel will place
lead aprons over MPs while MPs maintain control of lead aprons over guards while guards maintain control
detainee. of detainee.
(11) Station 11: Detainee is moved to medical (11) Station 11: Detainee is moved to medical
exam room. exam room.
(12) Station 12: Detainee is moved to dental (12) Station 12: Detainee is moved to dental
exam room. (Station 11 and Station 12 can be done in exam room. (Station 11 and Station 12 can be done in
the reverse order, depending on their availability.) the reverse order, depending on their availability.)
j. If the detainee is one of the first 10 being j. If the detainee is one of the first 10 being
processed, as identified by the manifest, he is taken processed, as identified by the manifest, he is taken
directly to JIIF and turned over to JIIF escort personnel directly to JIIF and turned over to JIIF escort personnel
at the JIIF sally port. at the JIIF sally port.
k. If the detainee is not one of the first 10 being k. If the detainee is not one of the first 10 being
processed, he is moved through the system in the processed, he is moved through the system in the
normal order. normal order.
l. Escorts provide four MPs to drive golf carts l. Escorts provide four guards to drive Gators
moving detainees to and from the blocks and medical. moving detainees to and from the blocks and medical.
An escort team will accompany the golf carts as An escort team will accompany the Gators as detainees
detainees are moved to and from the blocks to medical are moved to and from the blocks to medical at
at processing. processing.
m.Once all processing is complete, MPs will insure m.Once all processing is complete, guards will
that all handcuffs, goggles, earmuffs, leg irons, black insure that all handcuffs, goggles, earmuffs, leg irons,
boxes, and belly chains are accounted for and black boxes, and belly chains are accounted for and
assembled for return to the Air Force. These items will assembled for return to the Air Force. These items will
be picked up for return to Leeward Airfield. be picked up for return to Leeward Airfield.
n. Once all processing is complete, the processing n. Once all processing is complete, the processing
building will be cleaned and policed. building will be cleaned and policed.
3-6. Inbound and Outbound Operations 3-6. Inbound and Outbound Operations
Refer to Annex E Air Bridge Operations. Refer to Annex E/SIPR Detainee Movement
Operations (DMO).
3-7. Linguist Support 3-7. Linguist Support
The JDOG S3 will task linguists to support reception The JDOG S3 will task linguists to support reception
operations. The languages of the transferring detainees operations. The languages of the transferring detainees
will determine which linguists will be used in the will determine which linguists will be used in the
transfer process from the point of origin to Camp Delta transfer process from the point of origin to Camp Delta
and from Camp Delta to transfer location for an and from Camp Delta to transfer location for an
outbound mission. outbound mission.
3-8. Facility Support
a. Two days prior to the arrival of the detainees, the
block(s) to house the new arrivals will be emptied of
their occupants.
b. MPs will inspect the block(s) for any trash or
items left in the cells. Any items of intelligence value
will be turned over to the JDOG S-2.
c. If there is any graffiti on the cell walls or doors,
shower areas, or the exercise yard, an interpreter will
be called to interpret it and record the translation. The
JDOG S-2 will be contacted to coordinate any need to
record images of the graffiti.
d. Once JDOG S-2 is finished with the graffiti, the
R&U section will paint over all graffiti in the cells,
shower and the exercise yard.
3-9. Inbound Preparation Requirements
a. This activity requires coordination with the
following groups and/or individuals:
(1) Infantry Task Force
(2) Joint Medical Group (JMG) to include psych
staff
(3) Combat Camera
(4) Detainee Chaplain
(5) ICE
(6) Interpreters for additional linguists support
(7) J-4 for additional transportation assets
b. An access roster of personnel allowed into the
processing building will be created and forwarded to
the processing line NCOIC. Personnel on the access
roster will be issued badges. R&U will construct a
temporary barrier around the processing facility.
Unauthorized personnel will be kept away from the
processing line by the infantry.
c. Prior to the arrival of the detainees, the JDOG S-
1 will distribute the manifest to JDOG Ops and others
to coordinate their activities for the detainee’s arrival.
d. The land bridge guards will obtain the following
items from JDOG S-3 for use:
(1) Zip ties
(2) Search gloves
(3) ISO mats for the processing holding area
(4) Surgical masks for the guards
(5) MREs for the guards for lunch
(6) Two pairs of EMT scissors
(7) Two pairs of cutters (wire cutters)
(8) Three-piece suit for each detainee and staged
in the processing building.
e. JDOG Ops will coordinate with J-4 transportation
for the detainee buses and bus drivers.
f. The S-1 will stage the following items in the
processing building:
(1) Two towels for each detainee
(2) Scrub brushes
(3) Uniform and flip-flops for each detainee.
g. JDOG Ops will coordinate with J-3 operations
for additional radios with the secure long-range
frequency when there are insufficient quantities
available at Camp Delta.
3-10. Outbound Preparation Requirements
a. This activity requires coordination with the
following groups and/or individuals:
(1) JAG for the exit interview and release
agreement
(2) ICRC for an exit interview
(3) Combat Camera
(4) Detainee Chaplain
(5) JMG to include the psych staff
(6) Interpreters
(7) JIG
(8) PSYOPS
b. Prior to the departure of the detainees, the JDOG
S-1 will distribute the transfer order and manifest to
JDOG Ops and others to coordinate their activities for
the detainee’s departure.
c. JDOG Ops will coordinate the following items:
(1) Broadcast of two PSYOP messages about the
pending transfer of detainees
(2) Arranging a feast in Camp 4 for all detainees
that will occur the night before they leave
(3) Issuance of the following detainee travel
items:
(a) Prayer Beads
(b) Prayer Cap
(c) Koran
(d) Book
(e) Sports or duffel bag
(f) Jeans
(g) Shoes
(h) Socks
(i) T-Shirt
(j) Shirt
(k) Boxer Shorts
(l) Shaving Cream
(m) Disposable Razor
(n) Deodorant
(o) Shampoo
(p) Toothpaste
(q) Package of Kleenex
(r) Package of Wet Wipes
(s) Comb.
(4) The following travel items will be dependant on
the destination’s climate:
(a) Jacket
(b) Blanket
(c) Thermal underwear bottoms
(d) Thermal underwear tops.
(5) Transportation for the transfers through the J-
4 transportation office.
(6) MP escorts for the transport, lead, and trail
vehicles.
Chapter 4 Chapter 4
Detainee Processing (Reception/Transfer/Release) Detainee Processing (Reception/Transfer/Release)
4-1. Purpose 4-1. Purpose
To in-process detainees, update and maintain the DRS To in-process detainees, update and maintain the DRS
(Detainee Reporting System) database, send daily (Detainee Reporting System) database, send daily
upload and report to the National Detainee Records upload and report to the National Detainee Records
Center (NDRC). Support other JDOG sections through Center (NDRC). Support other JDOG sections through
database research and queries. DRS is the principle database research and queries. DRS is the principle
database for detainee’s administrative records. database for detainee’s administrative records.
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detainee information collected during the in-processing detainee information collected during the in-processing
in theater. Use SIPRNET to send this. in theater. Use SIPRNET to send this.
d. Between 4-6 hours prior to arrival, an order list d. Between 4-6 hours prior to arrival, an order list
will arrive from the JIG detailing the order in which will arrive from the JIG detailing the order in which
they want the detainees processed. Processing line they want the detainees processed. Processing line
personnel will attempt to follow this order, however the personnel will attempt to follow this order, however the
processing mission takes precedent. If the order list processing mission takes precedent. If the order list
does not arrive, contact the JIG to confirm order. does not arrive, contact the JIG to confirm order.
4-5. Personnel Requirements 4-5. Personnel Requirements
a. Holding Area. a. Holding Area.
(1) One MP NCO assigned from a subordinate (1) One guard NCO assigned from a subordinate
MP company to control the off-loading of the busses, MP company to control the off-loading of the busses,
positioning of detainees in the holding area, and positioning of detainees in the holding area, and
security of the holding area. security of the holding area.
(2) There will be two MP escorts per detainee. A (2) There will be two escorts per detainee. A
ratio of 2:1 is required. ratio of 2:1 is required.
(3) Medical personnel: An NCOIC and four (3) Medical personnel: An NCOIC and four
medics set up and operate a first aid station. medics set up and operate a first aid station.
b. Processing Trailer. b. Processing Trailer.
(1) NCOIC: Controls traffic in the trailer and (1) NCOIC: Controls traffic in the trailer and
coordinates with all entities for smooth flow of coordinates with all entities for smooth flow of
detainees detainees
c. Undressing Room. c. Undressing Room.
(1) Two MPs (1) Two guards
d. Shower Room. d. Shower Room.
(1) Preventive medicine specialist (1) Preventive medicine specialist
(2) Medic (2) Medic
(3) Two MPs (3) Two guards
e. Cavity Search. e. Cavity Search.
(1) PA (1) PA
(2) Medical NCO (2) Medical NCO
(3) One linguist (3) One linguist
f. Dressing Room. f. Dressing Room.
(1) Two MPs (1) Two guards
g. DNA Sample. g. DNA Sample.
(1) Two CTIF personnel (1) Two CTIF personnel
h. Height and Weight. h. Height and Weight.
(1) Two Admin personnel (1) Two Admin personnel
i. Processing Room. i. Processing Room.
(1) Three processing clerks (1) Three processing clerks
(2) Three intelligence personnel (2) Three intelligence personnel
(3) Three linguists (3) Three linguists
j. Camera Room. j. Camera Room.
(1) Two admin clerks for picture and ID (1) Two admin clerks for picture and ID
wristband processing, wristband processing,
(2) Two FBI personnel for five-stage picture (2) Two FBI personnel for five-stage picture
k. Fingerprinting. k. Fingerprinting.
(1) Two to four FBI personnel; in their absence, (1) Two to four FBI personnel; in their absence,
two to four MPs two to four guards
l. Camp Rules. l. Camp Rules.
(1) One linguist (1) One linguist
m.The Linguist OIC will control interpreters m.The Linguist OIC will control interpreters
stationed throughout the processing trailer. stationed throughout the processing trailer.
4-6. In-Processing Procedures 4-6. In-Processing Procedures
a. Prior to detainee arrival, prepare and stage the a. Prior to detainee arrival, prepare and stage the
following: following:
(1) Water coolers with ice water and cups for (1) Water coolers with ice water and cups for
MPs guards
(2) Water cooler with water (without ice) and (2) Water cooler with water (without ice) and
cups for detainees cups for detainees
(3) Several boxes of latex gloves for MPs (3) Several boxes of latex gloves for guards
(4) Hand sanitizer (4) Hand sanitizer
(5) Golf carts staged and fueled for transporting (5) Gators staged and fueled for transporting
detainees to blocks detainees to blocks
(6) Keys to all gates in both holding areas (6) Keys to all gates in both holding areas
(7) Raise blinds on North side of Delta block to (7) Raise blinds on North side of Delta block to
prevent detainees from seeing new arrivals prevent detainees from seeing new arrivals
(8) Station 4, stage detainee uniforms, and (8) Station 4, stage detainee uniforms, and
footwear footwear
(9) Shut down Camp Delta with no non-essential (9) Shut down Camp Delta with no non-essential
traffic in or out and movement of detainees. traffic in or out and movement of detainees.
b. Upon arrival, with the busses staged next to the b. Upon arrival, with the busses staged next to the
holding area, the JDOG S-3 representative on the lead holding area, the JDOG S-3 representative on the lead
bus will give the manifest with notes, medical records, bus will give the manifest with notes, medical records,
Air Force shackle keys and the disk with detainee Air Force shackle keys and the disk with detainee
information to the Processing NCOIC. Pass the information to the Processing NCOIC. Pass the
appropriate information to medical and processing appropriate information to medical and processing
personnel and give the Air Force shackle keys to the personnel and give the Air Force shackle keys to the
MP’s staffing station #5, Dressing & Shackle guards staffing station #5, Dressing & Shackle
Exchange. Exchange.
c. MPs form two lines from the bus to the holding c. MPs form two lines from the bus to the holding
area entrance. As the detainees are brought off the bus, area entrance. As the detainees are brought off the bus,
the first escort from both lines will escort the detainee the first escort from both lines will escort the detainee
through the sally port of the holding area. The NCOIC through the sally port of the holding area. The NCOIC
of the holding area will station himself at the sally port of the holding area will station himself at the sally port
and direct the placement of each detainee. NCOIC of and direct the placement of each detainee. NCOIC of
the holding area is responsible for placing the detainees the holding area is responsible for placing the detainees
in the sequence requested by the JIG. in the sequence requested by the JIG.
d. Detainee entrance into holding area. Take the d. Detainee entrance into holding area. Take the
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masks in place after seating and securing all detainees. masks in place after seating and securing all detainees.
All detainees will be off the bus and seated prior to All detainees will be off the bus and seated prior to
processing beginning. processing beginning.
In the holding area, medics check the detainees for In the holding area, medics check the detainees for
distress and administer aid as necessary. If a detainee distress and administer aid as necessary. If a detainee
is in need of urgent medical care, he can be front- is in need of urgent medical care, he can be front-
loaded into the processing sequence or taken to the loaded into the processing sequence or taken to the
hospital where admin personnel will process him after hospital where admin personnel will process him after
processing all other detainees. processing all other detainees.
e. On direction from the Processing NCOIC, two e. On direction from the Processing NCOIC, two
MPs will escort in the first detainee to the processing guards will escort in the first detainee to the processing
trailer. trailer.
f. Any detainee requiring special treatment such as f. Any detainee requiring special treatment such as
going directly to the JIG will be frontloaded in the going directly to the JIG will be frontloaded in the
processing line. processing line.
4-7. MP Escort Responsibilities 4-7. MP Escort Responsibilities
a. A team of two MPs will escort each detainee a. A team of two guards will escort each detainee
through the entire processing line. On average, the through the entire processing line. On average, the
processing cycle will last three hours; there is no processing cycle will last three hours; there is no
provision for rest breaks during these evolutions. provision for rest breaks during these evolutions.
Escorts must be aware of this requirement. Escorts must be aware of this requirement.
b. Escorts will maintain four-point contact with b. Escorts will maintain four-point contact with
their detainee at all times unless directed to modify their detainee at all times unless directed to modify
their control by processing cadre. their control by processing cadre.
c. Escorts will assist processing cadre as directed at c. Escorts will assist processing cadre as directed at
each processing station. each processing station.
d. Escorts will ensure that the detainees ISN d. Escorts will ensure that the detainees ISN
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escort team at the end of processing. escort team at the end of processing.
4-8. Clothing Removal Room (Station 1) 4-8. Clothing Removal Room (Station 1)
Detainee remains shackled while clothing is cut off and Detainee remains shackled while clothing is cut off and
disposed of. disposed of.
4-9. Shower (Station 2) 4-9. Shower (Station 2)
a. A Preventive Medicine Specialist will check a. A Preventive Medicine Specialist will check
detainee for lice, scabies, and open wounds that require detainee for lice, scabies, and open wounds that require
treatment. If no treatment is necessary, lower the treatment. If no treatment is necessary, lower the
goggles from face but stay around detainee neck and he goggles from face but stay around detainee neck and he
place the detainee in the shower for five minutes and place the detainee in the shower for five minutes and
scrubbed by MPs. scrubbed by guards.
b. If treatment is required, medics will apply b. If treatment is required, medics will apply
treatment while the next detainee in line showers. treatment while the next detainee in line showers.
4-10. Cavity Search (Station 3) 4-10. Cavity Search (Station 3)
a. A Physicians Assistant (PA) will give the detainee a. A Physicians Assistant (PA) will give the detainee
a quick exam, checks for scars, markings, and tattoos. a quick exam, checks for scars, markings, and tattoos.
If there are any, take a picture of the area for FBI If there are any, take a picture of the area for FBI
records. records.
b. PA performs a body cavity search. A linguist b. PA performs a body cavity search. A linguist
will be present to communicate the procedure. will be present to communicate the procedure.
4-11. Dressing/Shackle Exchange (Station 4) 4-11. Dressing/Shackle Exchange (Station 4)
a. Kneel the detainee down on the floor or chair; a. Kneel the detainee down on the floor or chair;
remove the Air Force leg irons and place them in the remove the Air Force leg irons and place them in the
storage box to go back to the Air Force storage box to go back to the Air Force
b. Place orange pants and leg shackles from three- b. Place orange pants and leg shackles from three-
piece suit on detainee. piece suit on detainee.
c. Remove hand irons and place in the storage box. c. Remove hand irons and place in the storage box.
d. Put the orange shirt on the detainee while the d. Put the orange shirt on the detainee while the
MPs have positive control of arms. guards have positive control of arms.
e. Place handcuffs from three-piece suit on e. Place handcuffs from three-piece suit on
detainee. detainee.
4-12. DNA Sample (Station 5) 4-12. DNA Sample (Station 5)
MP’s lower surgical mask from detainee, Naval Guards lower surgical mask from detainee, Naval
Criminal Investigation Service (NCIS) personnel have Criminal Investigation Service (NCIS) personnel have
detainee open mouth and obtain the DNA swab. detainee open mouth and obtain the DNA swab.
Replace the surgical mask. Replace the surgical mask.
4-13. Height and Weight (Station 6) 4-13. Heights and Weight (Station 6)
Using a standard scale and cloth tape measure taped to Using a standard scale and cloth tape measure taped to
the wall, measure the detainee and annotate the results the wall, measure the detainee and annotate the results
on the weight register and forward to DRS personnel on the weight register and forward to DRS personnel
for processing. for processing.
4-14. DRS In-Processing (Station 7) 4-14. DRS In-Processing (Station 7)
a. DRS clerks take personal information from a. DRS clerks take personal information from
detainee through interpreters. At a minimum, record detainee through interpreters. At a minimum, record
the following: the following:
(1) Capturing Country (1) Capturing Country
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(5) Last Name (5) Last Name
(6) First Name (6) First Name
(7) Grade (7) Grade
(8) Nationality (8) Nationality
(9) Sex. (9) Sex.
b. JIG representatives may be present and ask b. JIG representatives may be present and ask
additional questions that the DRS processors will input additional questions that the DRS processors will input
under the Remarks field. under the Remarks field.
c. As time permits, gather additional information. c. As time permits, gather additional information.
4-15. ID Wristband/Dossier (Station 8) 4-15. ID Wristband/Dossier (Station 8)
a. Seat the detainee in front of the blue screen an a. Seat the detainee in front of the blue screen a
MP on each side. guard on each side.
b. Take a front picture. Hold the detainee in the b. Take a front picture. Hold the detainee in the
chair until confirmation of a good picture. chair until confirmation of a good picture.
c. Move the detainee to stand in front of the white c. Move the detainee to stand in front of the white
screen and take five pictures for the FBI’s image screen and take five pictures for the FBI’s image
recognition software. The five pictures are in terms of recognition software. The five pictures are in terms of
a clock: 0900, 1000, 1200, 1300, and 1500. a clock: 0900, 1000, 1200, 1300, and 1500.
d. Four detainee Dossiers are printed and distributed d. Four detainee Dossiers are printed and distributed
as follows: as follows:
(1) Used for detainee ID bracelet and ID card (1) Used for detainee ID bracelet and ID card
(2) In-processing detainee file (2) In-processing detainee file
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front of white screen. Instruct the detainee that if he front of white screen. Instruct the detainee that if he
removes the ID bracelet he will not be fed until another removes the ID bracelet he will not be fed until another
is made for him is made for him
f. Escort handed the detainee ID card. f. Escort handed the detainee ID card.
g. Escort gives the ID card to block after placing the g. Escort gives the ID card to block after placing the
detainee in his cell. detainee in his cell.
4-16. Fingerprint (Station 9) 4-16. Fingerprint (Station 9)
FBI personnel operate the fingerprint station and use FBI personnel operate the fingerprint station and use
their automated system and manual system. This their automated system and manual system. This
station is required to have handcuff keys. In the event station is required to have handcuff keys. In the event
the FBI cannot send technicians, MPs will operate the the FBI cannot send technicians, guards will operate
station and use the manual fingerprint forms. the station and use the manual fingerprint forms.
4-17. Camp Rules (Station 10) 4-17. Camp Rules (Station 10)
a. Post the camp rules in four languages. a. Post the camp rules in four languages.
b. If detainee cannot read, provide a linguist to read b. If detainee cannot read, provide a linguist to read
the rules to him. the rules to him.
c. The goggles are removed and placed in the c. The goggles are removed and placed in the
collection can for return to the Air Force collection can for return to the Air Force
d. Escort the detainee through the medical section. d. Escort the detainee through the medical section.
4-18. Post Processing 4-18. Post Processing
a. Collect and turn over handcuffs, leg irons, a. Collect and turn over handcuffs, leg irons,
padlocks, and goggles to the JDOG S-3 Section for padlocks, and goggles to the JDOG S-3 Section for
return to the Air Force. return to the Air Force.
b. Processing trailer cleaned and sterilized b. Processing trailer cleaned and sterilized
4-19. Reporting 4-19. Reporting
a. After securing the detainees in the holding area, a a. After securing the detainees in the holding area, a
wheels down report is due to the NDRC. wheels down report is due to the NDRC.
b. After processing the last detainee, an Action b. After processing the last detainee, an Action
Closed Report is due to the NDRC, and perform an Closed Report is due to the NDRC along with an
upload, sending all new information to the NDRC. upload that will send all new information to the NDRC.
4-20. Behavior Management Plan 4-20. Behavior Management Plan
a. Phase One Behavior Management Plan (First a. Phase One Behavior Management Plan (First
thirty days or as directed by JIG). The purpose of the thirty days or as directed by JIG). The purpose of the
Behavior Management Plan is to enhance and exploit Behavior Management Plan is to enhance and exploit
the disorientation and disorganization felt by a newly the disorientation and disorganization felt by a newly
arrived detainee in the interrogation process. It arrived detainee in the interrogation process. It
concentrates on isolating the detainee and fostering concentrates on isolating the detainee and fostering
dependence of the detainee on his interrogator. During dependence of the detainee on his interrogator. During
the first two weeks at Camp Delta, classify the the first two weeks at Camp Delta, classify the
detainees as Level 5 and house in a Maximum Security detainees as Level 5 and house in a Special Housing
Unit (MSU) Block. During this time, the following Unit (SHU) Block. During this time, the following
conditions will apply: conditions will apply:
(1) Restricted contact: No ICRC or Chaplain (1) Restricted contact: No ICRC or Chaplain
contact contact
(2) No books or mail privileges (2) No books or mail privileges
(3) MREs for all meals. (3) MREs for all meals.
(4) Basic comfort items only: (4) Basic comfort items only:
(a) ISO Mat (a) ISO Mat
(b) One blanket (b) One blanket
(c) One towel (c) One towel
(d) Toothpaste/finger toothbrush (d) Toothpaste/finger toothbrush
(e) One Styrofoam cup (e) One Styrofoam cup
(f) Bar of soap (f) Bar of soap
(g) Camp Rules (g) Camp Rules
(h) No Koran, prayer beads, prayer cap. (h) Koran
(i) No Prayer beads or prayer cap.
(5) Mail writing and delivery will be at the (5) Mail writing and delivery will be at the
direction of the J-2. direction of the J-2.
b. Phase Two Behavior Management Plan. The b. Phase Two Behavior Management Plan. The
two-week period following Phase 1 will continue the two-week period following Phase 1 will continue the
process of isolating the detainee and fostering process of isolating the detainee and fostering
dependence on the interrogator. Until the JIG dependence on the interrogator. Until the JIG
Commander changes his classification, the detainee Commander changes his classification, the detainee
will remain a Level 5 with the following: will remain a Level 5 with the following:
(1) Continued MSU (1) Continued SHU
(2) Koran, prayer beads and prayer cap (2) Koran, prayer beads and prayer cap
distributed by interrogator distributed by interrogator
(3) Contacts decided by interrogator (3) Contacts decided by interrogator
(4) Interrogator decides when to move the (4) Interrogator decides when to move the
detainee to general population. detainee to general population.
Chapter 5 Chapter 5
Detention Facility Operations Detention Facility Operations
Section I –
5-1. Rules of Engagement (ROE) and Rules for the 5-1. Rules of Engagement (ROE) and Rules for the
Use of Force (RUF) Use of Force (RUF)
a. References. a. References.
(1) CJCSI 3121.01A ROE, DODD 5210.56 RUF, (1) CJCSI 3121.01A ROE, DODD 5210.56 RUF,
& USCINCSO SER ONE & USCINCSO SER ONE
(2) JTF-GTMO ROE/RUF 30 NOV 02 (2) JTF-GTMO ROE/RUF 30 NOV 02
b. The physical security of U.S. Forces & detainees b. The physical security of U.S. Forces & detainees
in U.S. care is paramount. Use the minimum force in U.S. care is paramount. Use the minimum force
necessary for mission accomplishment and force necessary for mission accomplishment and force
protection. protection.
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fence) fence)
(7) NO WARNING SHOTS (7) NO WARNING SHOTS
(8) Fire to make the person(s) unable to continue (8) Fire to make the person(s) unable to continue
the behavior that prompted you to shoot. the behavior that prompted you to shoot.
(9) Fire with regard for the safety of innocent (9) Fire with regard for the safety of innocent
bystanders. bystanders.
(10) A holstered weapon should not be (10) A holstered weapon should not be
unholstered unless you expect to use it. unholstered unless you expect to use it.
(11) Report the use of force to your chain of (11) Report the use of force to your chain of
command. command.
5-2. Daily Reports 5-2. Oleoresin Capsicum (OC) Use
a. The CJDOG, DCJDOG, JDOG S3, CO, PL, or
SOG may authorize the use of OC pepper spray to
preclude the use of physical force by the IRF
Team/Escorts. This will be to control an unruly
detainee or detainees; to prevent the commission of a
serious offense involving violence and threatening
death or serious bodily harm; in self defense; to prevent
a detainee from escaping; or to extract an detainee(s)
involved in a riot or disturbance. Do not use OC to
respond to spitters, urinators, or water throwers.
b. Use the current issue Def Tech Mark 4 OC Spray.
Administer OC by aiming at the eyes, nose, and Mouth
when possible. Use a ½, to 1 second burst from a
distance of 36 to 72 inches away.
c. If control cannot be achieved after the first
application within 30 seconds, subsequent applications
of one-second bursts can be applied. It is not necessary
to spray just a single detainee as the spray can affect an
entire block if the situation requires it, and can be used
as a riot control agent.
d. The CO, PL, and SOG will carry OC. Certified
personnel will only use OC unless directed by the CO.
The sprayer will document all OC usage and the
incident will be reported to the CO, PL, and JDOG S-3
as soon as possible. When practical the following steps
should be followed prior to utilizing OC:
(1) In a loud clear voice command the detainee to
follow whatever directive was given, when possible
have an interpreter present.
(2) Allow the detainee time to comply.
(3) Warn by standers and guards prior to OC use
using a brevity code word or phrase.
(4) Once the situation has been declared under
control, the detainee will be checked by medical
personnel and decontaminated by at a minimum having
medical personnel flush their eyes out with water.
(5) Have medical personnel again check the
detainee for health problems.
(6) Once cleared, the detainee should be
monitored for two hours after contamination.
(7) An IR or SIR will be completed after each
spray.
(8) Documentation of all OC Sprays, IRF actions
and the decontamination process will be done by video
and written reports.
(9) Once the canister of OC is half-empty, it will
be exchanged for a new full canister.
e. Decontamination of individuals who are suffering
either primary or secondary effects is taken care by
flushing the face area with water from a hose. Juliet
block and November block also have decontamination
stations that can be used. When decontaminant is
available, the following procedure will be used:
(1) Spray the decontaminant on the affected area
with the hairline included in this so it can trap the OC.
Do not rub or spray directly into the eyes or mouth.
You will see it start to drip and change color as it lifts
off the OC.
(2) Use the nose to bisect the face. Blot out from
the bridge of the nose toward the ears. Do not rub, as
this will exfoliate the skin. Use soft absorbent paper
towels. This will speed up the process.
(3) Flush the eyes with running cool water after
cleansing the affected area. If possible, blink the eyes
under running water to flush them clean. It may be
necessary to do this mechanically using your fingers on
lids to open the eyes. Make sure you get the entire area
that’s been affected, to avoid recontamination. All you
need to do is to get a drop back in the eye to be at
square one.
(4) If available, use baby shampoo and rinse with
cool water to finish off. Repeat steps 1, 2, and 3 as
needed.
(5) It takes time for the inflammation to subside.
Do not use salves, oils or creams as they may trap the
OC against the skin.
(6) For inhalation effects, move out of the area;
blow your nose and face into the wind. Symptoms will
stop in a few minutes.
Section II –
5-3. Daily Reports
a. Use an incident report when an incident occurs a. Use an incident report when an incident occurs
that is not documented by the detainee Discipline or that is not documented by the detainee Discipline or
Serious Incident Report. Serious Incident Report.
b. Anyone who finds evidence or contraband will b. Anyone who finds evidence or contraband will
complete a DA 4137 Evidence/Property Custody complete a DA 4137 Evidence/Property Custody
Document to document the chain of custody and turn in Document to document the chain of custody and turn in
of evidence or contraband seized at Camp Delta. The of evidence or contraband seized at Camp Delta. The
DA 4137 and evidence/contraband will be turned in to DA 4137 and evidence/contraband will be turned in to
the Military Police Investigations (MPI) section. The the Military Police Investigations (MPI) section. The
MPI section will determine if the items are evidence or MPI section will determine if the items are evidence or
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potential evidence include but are not limited to: potential evidence include but are not limited to:
(1) Evidence classified as “dangerous (1) Evidence classified as “dangerous
contraband” contraband”
(2) Videotape of IRF movements or disturbances (2) Videotape of IRF movements or disturbances
(3) Evidence seized from a suicide attempt. (3) Evidence seized from a suicide attempt.
Examples of potential contraband include but are not Examples of potential contraband include but are not
limited to: limited to:
(1) Drawings (1) Drawings
(2) Modified items of linen (2) Modified items of linen
(3) Writing on cups. (3) Writing on cups.
To be disciplined for non-dangerous contraband, the
contraband must be concealed in a manner which a
guard standing outside the cell can’t see the object.
c. DD Form 508 Report Of/Or Recommendation for c. DD Form 508 Report Of/Or Recommendation for
Disciplinary Action is used to recommend and Disciplinary Action is used to recommend and
document disciplinary actions taken against a detainee document disciplinary actions taken against a detainee
for violations of the rules. The PL will sign his name for violations of the rules. The PL will sign his name
in the Confinement Officer block. The JDOG S-3 will in the Confinement Officer block. The JDOG S-3 will
sign as the Confinement Officer. sign as the Confinement Officer.
d. The MP who is reporting the incident will d. The guard who is reporting the incident will
complete the DA Form 2823 Sworn Statement. If that complete the DA Form 2823 Sworn Statement. If that
MP is not available, the SOG will complete the Sworn guard is not available, the SOG will complete the
Sworn Statement and include the reason for the guard
Statement and include the reason for the guard not not completing it in the witness statement.
completing it in the witness statement.
e. GTMO Form 509-1 Inspection Record Of e. GTMO Form 509-1 Inspection Record Of
Prisoner In Segregation will be utilized to document Prisoner In Segregation will be utilized to document
welfare checks of detainees who are in a MSU cell. welfare checks of detainees who are in a SHU cell.
Conduct checks every 10 minutes and document on Conduct checks every 10 minutes and document on
GTMO Form 509-1. GTMO Form 509-1.
f. Use the Guard Shift Manning Roster to assign f. Use the Guard Shift Manning Roster to assign
guards to duty positions. guards to duty positions.
g. Detainee Tracking Log is used to track detainee g. Detainee Tracking Log is used to track detainee
refusals (chow, recreation, showers, etc) and travels refusals (chow, exercise, showers, etc) and travels with
with the detainee when he makes a permanent move. the detainee when he makes a permanent move.
Detainee Discipline Logs are used to track detainee h. Detainee Discipline Logs are used to track
discipline infractions and document this on the detainee discipline infractions and document this on the
discipline log. The block discipline log travels with the discipline log. The block discipline log travels with the
detainee when he makes a permanent move. detainee when he makes a permanent move.
Headcount Form is used to document results of i. Headcount Form is used to document results of
headcounts. headcounts.
h. Supply Request Form is used to request supplies j. Supply Request Form is used to request supplies
from JDOG S-4. It will be picked up each day. from JDOG S-4 or the supply room. It will be picked
i. Significant Activities Sheet is used to track up each shift by the SOG if coming from the blocks or
sally ports and turned in to the supply room. The DOC
will turn theirs into the supply room.
k. Significant Activities Sheet is used to track
significant activities in blocks for JDOG S-2. JDOG S- significant activities in blocks for JDOG S-2. JDOG S-
2 picks it up each day. 2 picks it up each day.
j. MSU Block Log is used for tracking placement l. SHU Block Log is used for tracking placement of
of detainees in Maximum Security Units. detainees in Special Housing Units.
k. ID Band or Card Request is used to request new m.ID Band or Card Request is used to request new
ID bands or Cards from medical processing. The DOC ID bands or Cards from medical processing. The DOC
admin NCO will furnish it to JDOG S-1. admin NCO will furnish it to JDOG S-1.
l. Movement Log is used to record all permanent n. Movement Log is used to record all permanent
movements of detainees. movements of detainees.
m.ICRC Tracking Sheet is a tracking sheet for o. ICRC Tracking Sheet is a tracking sheet for
ICRC escorts. ICRC escorts.
n. Medical Escort Tracking Sheet is used for p. Medical Escort Tracking Sheet is used for
tracking Medical escorts. tracking Medical escorts.
o. Reservation Tracking Sheet is used to track JIIF q. Reservation Tracking Sheet is used to track JIIF
escorts. escorts.
p. Detainee Medical Request is used to pass on r. Detainee Medical Request is used to pass on
detainee non-urgent or emergency medical requests to detainee non-urgent or emergency medical requests to
Medical. Medical.
q. DA 1594 Daily Staff Journal or Duty Officer’s s. DA 1594 Daily Staff Journal or Duty Officer’s
Log will be used by each shift to document daily Log will be used by each shift to document daily
activity. The journal will at a minimum document activity. The journal will at a minimum document
chow arrival times, headcount times and results, prayer chow arrival times, headcount times and results, prayer
call times, detainee requests to see JTF-GTMO, call times, detainee requests to see JTF-GTMO,
detainee movements and other significant operational detainee movements and other significant operational
activities. activities.
r.Visitor’s Logbook will contain the following t. Visitor’s Logbook will contain the following
information information
(1) Name (1) Name
(2) Rank of visitor (2) Rank of visitor
(3) Organization (3) Organization
(4) Escort Name (4) Escort Name
(5) Rank and Organization (5) Rank and Organization
(6) Date/Time In (6) Date/Time In
(7) Date/Time Out (7) Date/Time Out
(8) ID of Block Guard entering data. (8) ID of guard entering data.
s. Serious Incident Report (SIR) is used to report u. Serious Incident Report (SIR) is used to report
serious incidents or disturbances. serious incidents or disturbances.
t. DA 3997 Military Police Desk Blotter will be v. DA 3997 Military Police Desk Blotter will be
used in the DOC to track daily activity in the camp. At used in the DOC to track daily activity in the camp. At
a minimum, it will be used to track detainees at the a minimum, it will be used to track detainees at the
hospital, JIIF escorts, everything that happens in the hospital, JIIF escorts, everything that happens in the
camp including contractor activities. camp including contractor activities.
t. The CO will use the Company Commander w. The CO will use the Company Commander
Checklist to perform checks during the shift. Checklist to perform checks during the shift.
u. The CO will complete the End of Shift AAR at x. The CO will complete the End of Shift AAR at
the end of every shift. the end of every shift.
v. CD-S319, Observation of Self-Injurious Behavior y. CD-S319, Observation of Self-Injurious Behavior
Form; will be used to record observations of detainees Form; will be used to record observations of detainees
on self-harm watch. Document the activity of the on self-harm watch. Document the activity of the
detainee every 15 minutes on this form. detainee every 15 minutes on this form.
5-3. Camp Rules Each detainee will be given the 5-5. Incident Reports (IR)
opportunity to read the Camp Rules in their native
language. The current Camp Rules are at Figure 5-1.
5-4. Incident Reports (IR)
a. An IR will be used when an incident occurs that a. An IR will be used when an incident occurs that
is not documented via DD Form 508 or Serious is not documented via DD Form 508 or Serious
Incident Report (SIR) documentation. Required format Incident Report (SIR) documentation. Required format
for IR is at Figure 5-2. IR control numbers will be for IR is at Figure 5-2. Detention Services Branch will
assigned by Detention Services Branch. Examples of assign IR control numbers. Examples of incidents
incidents requiring incident reports include, but are not requiring incident reports include, but are not limited
limited to: to:
(1) Lost Key reporting. (1) Lost Key reporting.
(2) Occupational accident (2) Occupational accident
(3) To document an incident that requires more (3) To document an incident that requires more
documentation than a log entry or daily journal entry. documentation than a log entry or daily journal entry.
(Example- large disturbance with no discipline (Example- large disturbance with no discipline
measure taken to provide documentation.) measure taken to provide documentation.)
b. Incident Reports will be completed and turned in b. Incident Reports will be completed and turned in
by end of shift with the supporting paperwork by the by end of shift with the supporting paperwork by the
CO. CO.
c. Incident Reports will be briefed at CO Change of c. Incident Reports will be briefed at CO Change of
Shift brief. Shift brief.
5-5. SPOT Reports (SPOTREP) 5-6. SPOT Reports (SPOTREP)
a. A SPOTREP will be completed and sent to the a. A SPOTREP will be completed and sent to the
JOC Watch Officer (cc to designated individuals) JOC Watch Officer (cc to designated individuals)
within 30 minutes of end of incident listed on the within 30 minutes of end of incident listed on the
notification matrix. Required format for the SPOTREP notification matrix. Required format for the SPOTREP
is at Figure 5-3. is at Figure 5-3.
b. A SPOTREP will be sent to JDOG S3 for any b. A SPOTREP will be sent to JDOG S3 for any
contraband found in a detainee area such as a cell or contraband found in a detainee area such as a cell or
shower. shower.
A follow-up SPOTREP with additional detail will be A follow-up SPOTREP with additional detail will be
sent up within 2 hours if necessary. sent up within 2 hours if necessary.
d. The method of transmission will be as follows: d. The method of transmission will be as follows:
(1) Priority Means is SIPRNET e-mail (1) Priority Means is SIPRNET e-mail
(2) Secondary Means is Secure Telephone Unit (2) Secondary Means is Secure Telephone Unit
(STU) (STU)
(3) Tertiary Means is Runner/courier. (3) Tertiary Means is Runner/courier.
5-7. Serious Incident Reports (SIR)
5-6. Serious Incident Reports (SIR)
a. The Serious Incident Report (SIR) will be used a. The Serious Incident Report (SIR) will be used
for an incident that requires the use of force such as a for an incident that requires the use of force such as a
cell extraction using the IRF Team. A SIR should also cell extraction using the IRF Team. A SIR should also
be used on any incident that is classified as an attempt be used on any incident that is classified as an attempt
self harm by a detainee, especially when it will be as self harm by a detainee, especially when it will be as
justification for taking some type of action against the justification for taking some type of action against the
detainee (move to MSU, removing items he could kill detainee (move to SHU, removing items he could kill
himself with, etc.) himself with, etc.)
b. The CO will complete the SIR, using the format b. The CO will complete the SIR, using the format
at Figure 5-4. Once it is completed, forward the SIR to at Figure 5-4. Once it is completed, forward the SIR to
JDOG S3. It will then be forwarded to JDOG and JTF- JDOG S3. It will then be forwarded to JDOG and JTF-
GTMO. Utilize the floppy disk in the DOC to save the GTMO. Utilize the floppy disk in the DOC to save the
SIR by date. Do not save over the template. A SIR by date. Do not save over the template. A
template for the SIR is saved on a disk located in the template for the SIR is saved on a disk located in the
DOC, titled “SIR”. Double click on the file and it will DOC, titled “SIR”. Double click on the file and it will
open up to a template. Tab from gray box to gray box, open up to a template. Tab from gray box to gray box,
filling in the required information. In the “Summary of filling in the required information. In the “Summary of
Incident” are, include who, what, when, where, why, Incident” are, include who, what, when, where, why,
and how information. and how information.
5-7. Discipline Records 5-8. Discipline Records
a. In addition to Daily Staff Journal and Pass on a. In addition to Daily Staff Journal and Pass on
Book entries, DA Form 2823 and DD Form 508 are the Book entries, DA Form 2823 and DD Form 508 are the
forms used to recommend and document disciplinary forms used to recommend and document disciplinary
actions taken against a detainee for violations of the actions taken against a detainee for violations of the
rules. The forms will be used to document any rules. The forms will be used to document any
instances in which a detainee is disciplined. instances in which a detainee is disciplined.
b. A copy of DD Form 508 will be kept at the DOC. b. A copy of DD Form 508 will be kept at the DOC.
Another copy will be placed in the detainee Alpha Another copy will be placed in the detainee Alpha
Roster Binder, which is kept on the block of that Roster Binder, which is kept on the block of that
particular detainee. particular detainee.
5-8. Guard Mount Section III –
a. SOGs will arrive 45 minutes prior to shift change 5-9. Guard Mount
to speak with the off going SOG on any relevant a. SOGs will arrive 1 hour prior to shift change to
speak with the off going SOG on any relevant
information relating to the shift. information relating to the shift.
b. Guard Mount will be conducted 30 minutes prior b. Guard Mount will be conducted 30 minutes prior
to shift change. The oncoming SOGs will be to shift change. The oncoming SOGs will be
responsible for holding Guard Mount for their responsible for holding Guard Mount for their
prospective camp. prospective camp.
c. SOGs should ensure that all personnel know and c. Companies that are coming on duty must arrive
45 minutes prior to start of the shift. The SOG for each
camp will bring 1 additional soldier from their
respective unit over and above the required amount of
soldiers to run the shift.
d. The SOG will conduct Guard Mount with the
following:
(1) Open ranks uniform and equipment
inspection.
(2) Brief the troops on any changes to policy and
procedures and any information relevant to the
performance of their duties.
(3) Ensure that all personnel know and
understand where they are going to be working and understand where they are going to be working and
what they will be doing. what they will be doing.
d. During the Guard Mount formation, the soldiers (4) Brief the Initial Reaction Force (IRF)
will receive any specific changes relating to their shift. activation word and the Visual Duress Sign of the day
e. The Immediate Reaction Force (IRF) word of the for both the primary and alternate teams.
day will also be put out during guard mount both the e. Upon completion of Guard Mount, SOG will
primary and alternate teams. announce the name of the soldier who performed the
5-9. Change of Shift Procedures best during Guard Mount, have the soldier come up in
front of the formation and then release the soldier for
the rest of the day.
f. Upon completing paragraph 5-8e above, the SOG
will then supply the extra soldier that was brought with
the company and place him/her in the position vacated
by the “SUPERNUMERY” that was given the day off.
5-10. Change of Shift Procedures
a. Duty position relief will be conducted by relief-in a. Duty position relief will be conducted by relief-in
place. It is imperative that outgoing personnel remain place. It is imperative that outgoing personnel remain
at their position until relieved by incoming personnel. at their position until relieved by incoming personnel.
This insures that no detainees or posts are ever left This insures that no detainees or posts are ever left
unmonitored. unmonitored.
b. Oncoming SOGs will ensure that manning rosters b. Oncoming SOGs will ensure that manning rosters
are filled out and that personnel are accounted for are filled out and that personnel are accounted for
during the guard mount formation. The SOG will also during the guard mount formation. The SOG will also
speak with the outgoing SOG on any relevant issues speak with the outgoing SOG on any relevant issues
that may have or will occur during the past or present that may have or will occur during the past or present
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back in or signed out items. If there are any back in or signed out items. If there are any
discrepancies, the SOG will correct the problem. Once discrepancies, the SOG will correct the problem. Once
all on-coming personnel sign for items and relieve all all on-coming personnel sign for items and relieve all
positions, the on-coming SOG will then relieve the off- positions, the on-coming SOG will then relieve the off-
going SOG. Once the off-going SOG has been going SOG. Once the off-going SOG has been
relieved, he/she will then release all other off-going relieved, he/she will then release all other off-going
personnel. The DOC RTO will begin duty log and will personnel. The DOC RTO will begin duty log and will
conduct radio checks with all positions. Once the radio conduct radio checks with all positions. Once the radio
checks are complete, the Admin NCO will notify the checks are complete, the Admin NCO will notify the
PL. PL.
5-10. Oleoresin Capsicum (OC) Use 5-11. Equipment Chit System
a. The CJDOG, DCJDOG, JDOG S3, CO, PL, or a. Each post that has equipment will have a
SOG may authorize the use of OC pepper spray to corresponding chit, a wooden block with the identity of
preclude the use of physical force by the IRF the post.
Team/Escorts. This will be to control an unruly b. Since all equipment is now located at the blocks,
detainee or detainees; to prevent the commission of a the chit will be given to the oncoming shift personnel
serious offense involving violence and threatening for each post.
death or serious bodily harm; in self defense; to prevent c. The oncoming post personnel, upon arrival at
their post, will inventory all equipment in addition to
all other change of shift activities.
a detainee from escaping; or to extract an detainee(s) d. If all items are fully accounted for, the on-coming
involved in a riot or disturbance. Do not use OC to shift individual will give the off-going shift personnel
respond to spitters or urinators. the chit.
b. Use the current issue Def Tech Mark 4 OC Spray. e. If all items are not accounted for, the off-going
Administer OC by aiming at the eyes, nose, and Mouth shift personnel will be responsible for locating the
when possible. Use a ½, to 1 second burst from a items or will have statement of charges prepared to
distance of 36 to 72 inches away. replace the missing property item. The only way an
c. If control cannot be achieved after the first item may be accounted for is the following:
application within 30 seconds, subsequent applications (1) The item is physically present at the location
of one-second bursts can be applied. It is not necessary (2) There is a DA 2062 for the turn-in of an
to spray just a single detainee as the spray can affect an inoperable item.
entire block if the situation requires it, and can be used f. Once all chits are turned in to the off-going PL,
as a riot control agent. he knows all positions have conducted a change of
d. The CO, PL, and SOG will carry OC. Certified shift. If a chit is missing, the identity of the missing
personnel will only use OC unless directed by the CO. chit will identify to the PL where any change of shift
The sprayer will document all OC usage and the problems are occurring.
incident will be reported to the CO, PL, and JDOG S-3 g. If there is a location where a problem is
as soon as possible. When practical the following steps occurring, the PL or the SOG will go to the location in
should be followed prior to utilizing OC: the attempt to resolve the issue.
(1) In a loud clear voice command the detainee to h. The following positions will have a chit for shift
follow whatever directive was given, when possible change:
have an interpreter present. (1) Blocks
(2) Allow the detainee time to comply. (2) Sally ports
(3) Warn by standers and Block Guard s prior to (3) SOGs
OC use using a brevity code word or phrase. (4) PLs.
(4) Once the situation has been declared under i. Camp 4, Camp Echo, Delta Block, Camp Iguana,
control, the detainee will be checked by medical DOC, and EC will also have a chit for their locations.
personnel and decontaminated by at a minimum having j. It is the NCO or senior person at the post
medical personnel flush their eyes out with water. responsibility to ensure all property that is assigned to
(5) Have medical personnel again check the that post remains at the post. No property may leave
detainee for health problems. without the proper paperwork. The senior person
(6) Once cleared, the detainee should be assigned to the post with missing items will be held
monitored for two hours after contamination. accountable for any missing undocumented items.
(7) An IR or SIR will be completed after each k. Off-going personnel may not leave their post
spray. until the chit is turned over by on-coming personnel.
(8) Documentation of all OC Sprays, IRF actions Section IV –
and the decontamination process will be done by video 5-12. DOC Operations
and written reports. a. The PL and SOGs are responsible for ensuring
(9) Once the canister of OC is half-empty, it will the completeness and accuracy of all paperwork
be exchanged for a new full canister. submitted to the DOC. Either the SOG or PL shall not
5-11. Public Address System give the DOC any paperwork from the block that has
not been reviewed.
b. The DOC is responsible for ensuring the tracking
board is properly updated in a timely manner.
c. The DOC is responsible for ensuring automated
data systems are updated accurately and completely in
a timely manner. DOC crews need to correct their own
mistakes when found.
d. The midnight DOC crew will finish all work that
is started on day shift and unable to complete due to
activity on day shift.
e. It is day shift’s responsibility to list any work that
is to be completed by midnight shift on the board, brief
the PL and/or CO along with midnight shift during
shift change.
f. DOC shift change will occur at a minimum of 30
minutes prior to the shift change time. On-coming and
outgoing crews will stay in the DOC until changeover
is complete.
g. A headcount will be conducted at the start of
each guard shift. The DOC will then call for an
additional three randomly timed headcounts throughout
the guard shift. The most amount of time between
headcounts can be three hours.
h. DOC will update R&U with a list of inoperable
cells and reason why NLT 1200 hrs each day.
5-13. Public Address System
a. The Public Address system is to be used to play a. The Public Address system is to be used to play
the call to prayer to all blocks and for emergency uses the call to prayer to all blocks and for emergency uses
only. The emergency status is to be determined by the only. The emergency status is to be determined by the
CO, SOG, PL, or JDOG S-3. CO, SOG, PL, or JDOG S-3.
b. Before any announcement to the detainees is b. Before any announcement to the detainees is
made, the script to be read must be submitted to JDOG made, the script to be read must be submitted to JDOG
for approval. for approval.
5-12. Radio Discipline 5-14. Radio Discipline
a. All soldiers who are issued radios will use a. All soldiers who are issued radios will use
“Common Language” on the radio net. All radio traffic “Common Language” on the radio net. All radio traffic
broadcast will be in a calm clear voice. All non- broadcast will be in a calm clear voice. All non-
emergency transmissions will wait until the net is clear, emergency transmissions will wait until the net is clear,
prior to broadcasting. All transmissions will be prior to broadcasting. All transmissions will be
professional and respectful. No sarcastic or insulting professional and respectful. No sarcastic or insulting
language or sounds will be broadcast. language or sounds will be broadcast.
b. In the event of an emergency a predetermined b. In the event of an emergency a predetermined
code word will be broadcast, the DOC will repeat this code word will be broadcast, the DOC will repeat this
code word, and this will clear all traffic from the net. code word, and this will clear all traffic from the net.
Only the DOC and the unit sending the transmission Only the DOC and the unit sending the transmission
will broadcast. The DOC will rebroadcast any will broadcast. The DOC will rebroadcast any
information, to include dispatching any needed information, to include dispatching any needed
personnel. All non-essential radio traffic either will personnel. All non-essential radio traffic either will
hold or will be sent via a landline. hold or will be sent via a landline.
c. After the emergency has passed, the DOC will c. After the emergency has passed, the DOC will
broadcast the “All Clear” and normal radio traffic will broadcast the “All Clear” and normal radio traffic will
continue. continue.
d. Only English will be used at any time, on the Net. d. Only English will be used at any time, on the Net.
e. It is up to the Soldier issued the radio to monitor e. It is up to the soldier issued the radio to monitor
the radio at all times, it will be the responsibility of that the radio at all times, it will be the responsibility of that
individual to use the radio correctly. individual to use the radio correctly.
5-13. Equipment Chit System f. When giving medical problems over the radio,
a. All equipment signed out by a Block Guard state the symptoms unless a qualified medical person
/Block NCO will use a chit system where an ID card gives you the diagnosis.
will be used for entry into the site, that card will then 5-15. Building Maintenance
be exchanged for the signed out items. In the case of a. The DOC midnight crew is responsible to ensure
multiple items, i.e. keys, radio, shackles, nail clipper, the DOC is cleaned daily. Escort Control will task
all will be listed on a sign out roster, and the ID is left. escort teams to do the following tasks:
The sign-out/chit will be checked prior to end of shift. (1) Empty all trash cans in the building and
b. The ID will be checked prior to entry and exit of replace the garbage bags.
site. (2) Sweep and mop the hallways, bathrooms, and
5-14. Evidence and Contraband Procedures kitchen.
b. The DOC will request all building supplies
through the Detention Services Branch required for the
DOC that are not already stocked in the supply room.
c. The DOC will submit all work orders for the
building.
d. Camp 2 SOG and PL are responsible for the
cleanliness of the room 7 in building 7.
e. Camp 4 SOG is responsible for the cleanliness of
the Camp 4 administration office and the Tower
Operations Center.
5-16. Video Camera Operations
a. At the beginning of the shift, the designate
camera operator in the DOC will check the following
items:
(1) Ensure all equipment is readily available and
where it is located.
(2) Check to ensure the camera battery is
recharging.
(3) Check the amount of battery time.
(4) Check for at least two blank DVD-Rs / tapes.
(5) Check DVD / tape in the camera as to
whether it contains training IRFs or actual IRFs.
(6) Check to ensure training IRF DVDs / tapes
are marked as training.
b. Prior to leaving the DOC to tape an incident, the
operator will perform the following actions:
(1) Check the battery charge level. If less than 30
minutes, take the power cord in addition to the camera
so it can be plugged in at the location.
(2) Take two blank DVDs or tapes
(3) Check to see that a non-training DVD / tape is
in the camera.
(4) If the event will be in an environment with
water that could damage the camera, take the clear
watertight box to protect the camera.
(5) If the event is not an IRF, verify who to
report to and where to report.
c. When reporting to the scene, the camera operator
is part of the team. The video shot by the camera
operator is record an unbiased view of the incident for
others to review. These others can give you guidance
as to specific items to record on video. These other
individuals could include the following:
(1) JDOG Staff
(2) CO
(3) PL
(4) SOG
(5) Military Police Investigator, Forensic
personnel
(6) Guards
(7) Fire Dept
(8) Medics
(9) Interpreters.
d. If forensic personnel are in attendance, report to
their senior officer and follow his directions at all
times. If they are on their way, wait for their arrival
unless common sense and circumstances dictate earlier
action.
e. Unless the scene is still being created, e.g. fire
burning, offense still in progress, etc. Do not just take
out camera and start shooting. Instead stop and think
about what you’re going to do. Get a good and
accurate concept of the scene and its history such as
how did the scene or crime unfold, what are its
boundaries, why is the detainee out of his cell, is there
more than one detainee involved, etc.
f. Make written notes in an official notebook
showing:
(1) Time & date of arrival.
(2) Location details.
(3) Victim details (name, etc.)
(4) Names of other team members.
(5) Times of new events.
(6) Brief details of these events.
g. Plan how you will record your evidence, using a
systematic approach.
(1) Is it safe to enter scene - is it booby trapped,
etc. etc.?
(2) Am I appropriately dressed - Kevlar, BDUs,
boots, glove, etc.?
(3) Which way in (and out) - liaise with O.I.C.
Forensic?
(4) Always use the agreed safety route into and
out of the scene.
h. At the scene, watch for and take care not to
disturb:
(1) Shoe impressions
(2) Blood
(3) Fibers
(4) Fingerprints
(5) Clothing
(6) Bedding
(7) Debris
(8) Objects with potential evidential value.
i. Do not be sidetracked into other tasks by
investigators without first consulting with the OIC of
the scene. Unless urgent, finish off your systematic
evidence gathering run before being diverted to other
tasks. This includes the note taking process.
j. The following are some camera techniques to
use:
(1) Check lighting, is it daylight, artificial or a
mixture?
(2) Should the scene be lit - if so how?
(3) Every shot is important - shoot it as if it is the
most important of the series.
(4) Take your time and plan your pan, don't chase
focus or the subject.
(5) Don't scrub the scene by panning side to side
or up and down. One clean sweep is much more
professional.
(6) Before zooming to close up during a take,
zoom, focus and pull back first and then do the take.
This will avoid the awful spectacle of zooming out of
focus.
(7) Always take an exterior General View (GV)
or 'establisher' shot of the block, building, exercise
yard, etc. This will leave no doubt as to where the
scene is located.
(8) Before or after showing a Big Close Up of an
object, do a long shot or mid shot of it to establish its
location in relation to other parts of the scene.
(9) When covering a long narrow section of a
scene such as a hallway or the walkway of a tier,
consider a slow zoom from a single location and
pulling focus if necessary; rather than clumsily walking
along it (Dolly Shot) with the inevitable, disconcerting
sway and judder.
(10) If perspective has to change (i.e. you have to
see behind objects or demonstrate their separation from
each other), then use of a "Dolly Shot" may be
unavoidable. In this case use the lens at its widest
possible angle (to minimize sway and judder) and
move as smoothly as possible. Again plan your shot -
route - focusing points - etc., before moving off.
(11) In small rooms or spaces (toilets, bathrooms,
caves, etc.) use of a high camera angle from a corner
will give the maximum coverage of the area.
(12) High camera angles are also useful when
separation of objects on similar plains is required.
(13) Aim for quality, not quantity! A lot of
ground can be covered with a few well-planned shots.
Unnecessarily repeating or prolonging shots will only
bore or confuse, and won't enhance the evidential value
of the video.
(14) Think like an editor as you shoot! Let
technique master technology; don't let technology
become your master. The best equipment in the world
will never replace creativity and reasoning.
5-16a. Combat Camera
a. Combat Camera will have full access to all Camp
Delta facilities, both inside and outside the wire.
b. Combat Camera personnel do not require any
type of escort.
c. Combat Camera will be allowed to bring their
photography equipment into the wire and to any
location that their mission requires them to be at.
d. Combat Camera can photograph Camp Delta and
related facilities from outside of the wire.
Section V –
5-17. Evidence and Contraband Procedures
a. Evidence is items taken after an actual injury or a. Evidence is items taken after an actual injury or
death. Contraband is items taken during searches that death. Contraband is items taken during searches that
have not led to injury or death. have not led to injury or death.
b. All evidence and contraband that is acquired be b. All evidence and contraband that is acquired be
logged on a DA Form 4137 IAW AR 195-5. Entries logged on a DA Form 4137 IAW AR 195-5. Entries
should be typed or printed legibly in black ink. The should be typed or printed legibly in black ink. The
original copy goes to the Evidence Custodian (EC). original copy goes to the Evidence Custodian (EC).
Complete the administrative section of the custody Complete the administrative section of the custody
document, stating clearly how the evidence was document, stating clearly how the evidence was
obtained. In the Description of Articles section, obtained. In the Description of Articles section,
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appropriate copies. The importance of keeping appropriate copies. The importance of keeping
accurate and complete custody documents cannot be accurate and complete custody documents cannot be
overemphasized. overemphasized.
e. Anything that is NOT an issue item to a detainee e. Anything that is NOT an issue item to a detainee
is to be considered contraband and will be collected is to be considered contraband and will be collected
along with any item that is on the prohibited items list along with any item that is on the prohibited items list
contained in section 1-8g. All collected items will be contained in section 1-8g. All collected items will be
turned into the Evidence Custodian along with a sworn turned into the Evidence Custodian along with a sworn
statement about the discovery of the item(s). statement about the discovery of the item(s).
f. In the event of an incident involving death, f. In the event of an incident involving death,
serious bodily harm, and rape of any person inside serious bodily harm, rape of any person, or crime
camp delta including detainees. The Military Police inside Camp Delta including detainees. The guards
working in the facility will notify the CO immediately working in the facility will notify the CO immediately
after the situation is controlled. after the situation is controlled.
g. It is the responsibility of the CO to notify the g. It is the responsibility of the CO to notify the
JDOG S-3 of the incident JDOG S-3 of the incident
h. The JDOG will dispatch an appointed, school h. The JDOG will dispatch an appointed, school
trained, MPI to the scene. It is the responsibility of the trained, MPI to the scene. It is the responsibility of the
MPI to secure the scene upon arrival. The MPI will MPI to secure the scene upon arrival. The MPI will
ensure that the crime scene and the evidence is neither ensure that the crime scene and the evidence is neither
contaminated nor destroyed, IAW AR 195-5, AR 190- contaminated nor destroyed, IAW AR 195-5, AR 190-
30, and AR 195-2. The JDOG will immediately notify 30, and AR 195-2. The JDOG will immediately notify
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material, it will be turned back over to the Evidence material, it will be turned back over to the Evidence
Custodian. Custodian.
o. Photograph and turn in all damaged self-harm o. Photograph and turn in all damaged self-harm
blankets and smocks to the JDOG S4 except when the blankets and smocks to the JDOG S4 except when the
item was used in a suicide or near-suicide. item was used in a suicide or near-suicide.
p. The Evidence Custodian will forward a copy of p. The Evidence Custodian will forward a copy of
the DA 4137 to the JDOG S4 for all semi-durable the DA 4137 to the JDOG S4 for all semi-durable
goods that are confiscated for evidence. All damaged goods that are confiscated for evidence. All damaged
items that are not evidence will be sent to the JDOG S4 items that are not evidence will be sent to the JDOG S4
for disposition. for disposition.
5-15. Investigations q. Any ISO mat that is no longer needed for MPI
incidents and is dirty, will be rolled up, placed inside a
garbage bag and then placed in the dirty laundry bin for
Camp 2.
5-18. Investigations
a. When warranted, the MPI will investigate any a. When warranted, the MPI will investigate any
alleged incident of misconduct inside Camp Delta. alleged incident of misconduct inside Camp Delta.
b. After the investigation is completed, the MPI will b. After the investigation is completed, the MPI will
review the evidence and all other investigation related review the evidence and all other investigation related
material with the Staff Judge Advocate (SJA). material with the Staff Judge Advocate (SJA).
c. If the results of the investigation are determined c. If the results of the investigation are determined
to be unfounded by the MPI, the investigation material to be unfounded by the MPI, the investigation material
will be returned to the JDOG S3 to be filed will be returned to the JDOG S3 to be filed
appropriately. appropriately.
d. If the results of the investigation are determined d. Upon determination that the results of the
to be founded, the investigation material will be given investigation are founded, the investigation material
to the CDJOG to determine how the matter will be will be forwarded to the CDJOG through the JDOG S3
resolved. to determine how the matter will be resolved.
Section VII – Training
5-19. Drills
a. Battle drills will be conducted in Camp Delta or
other JDOG AOR. These drills will include exercising
of the Infantry QRF, and be conducted at least once per
8-hour shift, with the intent of familiarizing JDOG
guard and infantry personnel with their duties and
responsibilities. Regular drilling or Tactical Exercise
Without Troops (TEWT) will improve Emergency
Action responses and integrated operations.
b. Battle drills will be held at least once per eight hr
shift, internally, to exercise JDOG personnel and
specifically the QRF, without interrupting the normal
operations of Camp Delta. This is to familiarize Camp
Delta personnel with their duties in the result they are
needed.
c. The CO or the JDOG S-3 will initiate the drills.
These scenarios are listed on note cards on file in the
DOC. The CO or S3 officer may select scenario based
on personal assessment of unit needs and/or current
mission constraints. Sequence of events:
(1) Contact and activate of the IRF and QRF
Teams.
(2) Teams reporting to appropriate command
authority for orders in an expedient manner.
d. MESLs will be kept in the DOC with the
Company Commander having the discretion to select
those that reflect current training needs on a rotational
basis.
e. Conditions for activation of the QRF & IRF:
(1) Mass Casualty Incidents
(2) Hostile Actions/T-SCIF Alarm
(3) Destructive Weather
(4) Disturbances with detainees
(5) Power Outage
(6) Forced Cell Extraction
(7) Camp 4 Disturbance
(8) Escape / missing ISN Camps 1/2/3/4 Echo &
Iguana
(9) Other situation as determined by CO or S3.
f. The standards include adherence to the use of
force policy, Rules Of Engagement, and approved
SOPs. Commander’s assessment will be included as
part of each AAR. These exercises are not meant to be
a distracter from Camp Delta operations. Mission
dependent, the CO may choose to conduct a TEWT, a
walk through of a battle drill, or a full drill. However,
the Infantry QRF will be alerted and brought to full
readiness once per shift as per CJTF guidance.
g. Execution:
(1) Notification of an incident – defined as an
exercise
(2) Radio or telephonic contact with appropriate
forces stating “EXERCISE EXERCISE
EXERCISE…” and the mission requirement.
(3) The CO or his representative will determine
to use the actual IRF and QRF forces, conduct a
TEWT, or to verbalize response for training purposes.
(4) JDOG Staff will make notifications of outside
forces with CJDOG or his representative determining
whether to make actual calls (to gauge contact response
only. NOT to actually bring in outside forces.), or
whether to verbalize for the purposes of familiarizing
staff.
(5) When troop are actually utilized they will
take up proper positions and be able to verbalize their
duties. Officers will demonstrate their knowledge of
tasks
(6) Battle drills will take place within Camp
Delta camps 1,2,3 & 4 only and will not include Camps
Echo or Iguana as they are covered by the external
QRF.
(7) ENDEX to be announced to all participating
parties.
(8) An After Action Review will be conducted
after the drill. At a minimum, the SOG of the QRF, the
CO, and a member of the DOC will participate.
(9) Staff / Leaders review SOP for adjustment.
(10) Submit electronic or hard copy of the AAR
to JDOG S-3 or designee.
5-20. Block Training
a. Each day, each block will train on a task listed in
Appendix J Block Training Tasks.
b. The CO, PL and SOGs are responsible for
knowing the task each block is training on.
c. Each block NCO must document the training
performed.
d. At no time will training be conducted in a manner
that detracts from accomplishing the work on the
block.
Chapter 6 Chapter 6
Cell Block Operations Cell Block Operations
Section I – Security Procedures Section I – Security Procedures
6-1. Overview 6-1. Overview
a. Fair, firm, and impartial enforcement of rules and a. Fair, firm, and impartial enforcement of rules and
regulations facilitates the control of detainees. Custody regulations facilitates the control of detainees. Custody
and control measures maintain good order and and control measures maintain good order and
discipline and protect the welfare of all personnel and discipline and protect the welfare of all personnel and
detainees alike. Supervisors must know where detainees alike. Supervisors must know where
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incidents, or other disturbances. incidents, or other disturbances.
c. Security is a series of checks and balances c. Security is a series of checks and balances
performed at various levels both internal and external performed at various levels both internal and external
to the facility. It requires all personnel to continually to the facility. It requires all personnel to continually
maintain an effective working knowledge of rules, maintain an effective working knowledge of rules,
regulations, and special orders; maintain constant regulations, and special orders; maintain constant
vigilance throughout their daily duties; review/evaluate vigilance throughout their daily duties; review/evaluate
procedures and initiate recommendations to proper procedures and initiate recommendations to proper
authority for improvements. authority for improvements.
d. There must be a continuous presence on the d. There must be a continuous presence on the
blocks by the Block Guards. At no time should the blocks by the guards. At no time should the block not
block not have a Block Guard walking up and down have a guard walking up and down the block. At
the block. At random times, two Block Guards will random times, two guards will walk the block and it
walk the block and it will be annotated in the pass-on will be annotated in the pass on book.
book. e. No items will be left on block ledges, steps,
causeway, or anywhere else that is within reach of a
detainee in a cell. This is of particular concern at the
ends of the blocks where items are left on ledges or
hand railings. Numerous items left in these areas have
been grabbed by detainees and taken into their cell.
f. No food or beverages are allowed in the block
shacks. Block personnel will not clean the computers.
If a computer needs cleaning, contact the JDOG
Operations.
6-2. Headcounts 6-2. Headcounts
a. Detainees will not be responsible for conducting a. Detainees will not be responsible for conducting
any part of the count. Detainees will not move about any part of the count. Detainees will not move about
during count, to include any escorted detainees to areas during count, to include any escorted detainees to areas
outside the blocks. All detainee escorts will hold in outside the blocks. All detainee escorts will hold in
place until the count is complete and cleared by the place until the count is complete and cleared by the
DOC. DOC.
b. Conduct ISN headcounts as scheduled. The b. Conduct ISN headcounts as scheduled. The
Block Guard conducting the ISN headcount will guard conducting the ISN headcount will compare the
compare the ISN number on the ID bracelet with the ISN number on the ID bracelet with the ISN number on
ISN number on the alpha roster and the picture on the the alpha roster and the picture on the ID bracelet to the
ID bracelet to the detainee. detainee.
c. To count a detainee at night, the Block Guard c. To count a detainee at night, the guard counting
counting detainees must see skin or movement. detainees must see skin or movement.
d. Conduct additional counts whenever a there is d. Conduct additional counts whenever there is
suspicion of a missing detainee, after a disturbance, suspicion of a missing detainee, after a disturbance,
after a drill or when deemed necessary by the CO or after a drill or when deemed necessary by the CO or
higher authority. higher authority.
e. Conduct a picture headcount at any time the e. Conduct a picture headcount at any time the
identity of a missing detainee is not apparent. identity of a missing detainee is not apparent.
f. Random headcounts will occur on every shift. f. A headcount will be conducted at the start of
During each two-hour block of time starting at the each guard shift. The DOC will then call for an
beginning of the shift, the DOC will call for a random additional three randomly timed headcounts throughout
headcount, and the blocks will conduct it. the guard shift. The most time between headcounts is
three hours.
6-3. Searches 6-3. Searches
a. Searching will be done technically correct and a. Searching will be done technically correct and
professionally at all times. The intent is to search for professionally at all times. The intent is to search for
safety, not harass or invade dignity. safety, not harass or invade dignity.
b. Search cells whenever a detainee exits a cell or b. Search cells whenever a detainee exits a cell or
prior to his return to his cell. prior to his return to his cell.
c. A minimum of three random cell searches will be c. A minimum of three random cell searches will be
done on day shift and swing shift. Cells scheduled for done on day shift and swing shift. Cells scheduled for
shower and recreation that day will not be included in shower and exercise that day will not be included in the
the count of cells randomly searched. count of cells randomly searched.
d. Search showers and recreation areas before and d. Search showers and exercise areas before and
after every detainee use. after every detainee use.
e. All shifts will do area searches. e. All shifts will do area searches.
f. When searching, use a systematic method to f. When searching, use a systematic method to
ensure all areas are covered. ensure all areas are covered.
g. Midnight shift, will conduct visual search of the g. Midnight shift, will conduct visual search of the
cells and detainees every ten minutes by walking cells and detainees every ten minutes by walking
through the block. Annotate every check on the block through the block. Annotate every check on the block
journal. Report all unusual activity. journal. Report all unusual activity.
h. Submit a work order any time a cell has h. Submit a work order any time a cell has
inoperable equipment. Each cell that needs a work inoperable equipment. Each cell that needs a work
order must be on a separate work order. order must be on a separate work order.
i. Search detainees at a minimum of each time they i. Search detainees at a minimum each time they
are removed from a cell. are removed from a cell.
j. Conduct physical searches by the same gender j. Conduct physical searches by the same gender
whenever possible as a matter of principle. Only whenever possible as a matter of principle. Only
during exigent conditions for security purposes should during exigent conditions for security purposes should
an opposite gender conduct any physical search when an opposite gender conduct any physical search when
no other same-gender MP is available as determined by no other same-gender guard is available as determined
the SOG. by the SOG.
k. The standard search for detainee movement at
Camp Delta will be a modified Pat Down search in
compliance with instructions received from the Camp
Delta Superintendent.
(1) You may search either side of the body first.
Use your hands to check for obvious bulges or articles
that do not belong on the detainee’s person.
(a) Start with the head and hair. Search for
anything inappropriate.
(b) Search the neck area and top of the shoulder.
(c) Search the arm from the shoulder to the
fingers.
(d) Search the back area from the neck to the
waistband on the shorts or pants.
(e) Search the side area from the armpit to the
waistband on the shorts or pants.
(f) Search the chest area from the neck to the
waistband on the pants or shorts.
(g) Search the waistband area of the shorts or
pants by running your thumb along the inside of the
waistband all the way around the detainee.
(h) Search the leg area by starting where the
bottom of the shorts are as worn by the detainee and
check down to the foot.
(i) Search the flip flop by having the detainee
raise his foot so that you may physically check the sole
and the inside of the item.
(j) Search the opposite side of the detainee in the
same fashion as you did the first side.
(2) During a search, you are not allowed to touch
or feel the detainee between the waistband of the shorts
or pants and the bottom of the shorts as worn.
(3) If the guard believes that the detainee has
placed something in the prohibited search area, through
observation or other means, the guard may search the
area. The guard must be willing to write a DA 2823
Sworn Statement to justify his action of searching the
restricted area.
(4) In the event a detainee has concealed
contraband , the Co on-duty may request the detention
clinic perform a body cavity search. Upon notification
that a body cavity search needs to be performed the
DOC will notify the provider on duty (PA/MD from
the Joint Aid Station). The provider will report to the
detention clinic. The detainee will be escorted to the
designated room where the search will take place. The
detainee will remain restrained to avoid any
confrontation with medical staff. The procedure and
findings will be documented in the detainee medical
record with time and date of the procedure, name of the
person performing the procedure and name of the
person who requested the procedure.
Personnel selected and approved for the procedure
will be trained by JAS providers (PA/MD), and
provided written permission to perform the task.
6-4. Searching the Koran 6-4. Searching the Koran
a. To ensure the safety of the detainees and MPs a. To ensure the safety of the detainees and guards
while respecting the cultural dignity of the Korans while respecting the cultural dignity of the Korans
thereby reducing the friction over the searching the thereby reducing the friction over the searching the
Korans. JTF-GTMO personnel directly working with Korans. JTF-GTMO personnel directly working with
detainees will avoid handling or touching the detainees will avoid handling or touching the
detainee’s Koran whenever possible. When military detainee’s Koran whenever possible. When military
necessity does require the Koran to be searched, the necessity does require the Koran to be searched, the
subsequent procedures will be followed. subsequent procedures will be followed.
(1) The MP informs the detainee that the (1) The guard informs the detainee that the
Chaplain or a Muslim interpreter will inspect Koran. If Chaplain or a Muslim interpreter will inspect Koran. If
the detainee refuses the inspection at any time, the the detainee refuses the inspection at any time, the
noncompliance is reported to the DOC and logged noncompliance is reported to the DOC and logged
appropriately by the Block NCO. appropriately by the Block NCO.
(2) The Koran will not be touched or handled by (2) The Koran will not be touched or handled by
the MP. the guard.
(3) The Chaplain or Muslim interpreter will give (3) The Chaplain or Muslim interpreter will give
instructions to the detainee who will handle the Koran. instructions to the detainee who will handle the Koran.
He may or may not require a language specific He may or may not require a language specific
interpreter. interpreter.
(4) The inspector is examining to notice (4) The inspector is examining to notice
unauthorized items, markings, or any indicators that unauthorized items, markings, or any indicators that
raises suspicion about the contents of the Koran. raises suspicion about the contents of the Koran.
(5) The inspector will instruct the detainee to first (5) The inspector will instruct the detainee to first
open the one cover with one hand while holding the open the one cover with one hand while holding the
Koran in the other thus exposing the inside cover Koran in the other thus exposing the inside cover
completely. completely.
(6) The inspector instructs the detainee to open (6) The inspector instructs the detainee to open
pages in an upright manner (as if reading the Koran). pages in an upright manner (as if reading the Koran).
This is a random page search and not every page is to This is a random page search and not every page is to
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of the Koran while the book is closed so that inspector of the Koran while the book is closed so that inspector
can note the binding while closed paying attention to can note the binding while closed paying attention to
abnormal contours or protrusions associated with the abnormal contours or protrusions associated with the
binding. The intent is to deduce if anything may be in binding. The intent is to deduce if anything may be in
the binding without forcing the detainee to expose the the binding without forcing the detainee to expose the
binding, which may be construed as culturally binding, which may be construed as culturally
insensitive or offensive given the significance of the insensitive or offensive given the significance of the
Koran. Koran.
(9) How the detainee reacted, observation by (9) How the detainee reacted, observation by
other detainees, and other potentially relevant other detainees, and other potentially relevant
observations will be annotated appropriately on the observations will be annotated in DIMS.
block significant activities sheet as well as staff
journal.
b. Handling. b. Handling.
(1) Clean gloves will be put on in full view of the (1) Clean gloves will be put on in full view of the
detainees prior to handling. detainees prior to handling.
(2) Two hands will be used at all times when (2) Two hands will be used at all times when
handling the Koran in manner signaling respect and handling the Koran in manner signaling respect and
reverence. Care should be used so that the right hand reverence. Care should be used so that the right hand
is the primary one used to manipulate any part of the is the primary one used to manipulate any part of the
Koran due to the cultural association with the left hand. Koran due to the cultural association with the left hand.
Handle the Koran as if it were a fragile piece of Handle the Koran as if it were a fragile piece of
delicate art. delicate art.
(3) Ensure that the Koran is not placed in (3) Ensure that the Koran is not placed in
offensive areas such as the floor, near the toilet or sink, offensive areas such as the floor, near the toilet or sink,
near the feet, or dirty/wet areas. near the feet, or dirty/wet areas.
c. Removal. c. Removal.
(1) Korans should be left in the cell as a rule (1) Korans must be transported by the detainee,
(save in MSU), even when a detainee is moved to in the event the detainee is moved to another cell or
another cell or block. In principal, every cell (except block.
MSU) will have a Koran “assigned” to it.
(2) If a Koran must be removed at the direction (2) If a Koran must be removed at the direction
the CJDOG, the detainee library personnel or Chaplain the CJDOG, the detainee library personnel, Muslim
will be contacted to retrieve and properly store the interpreter, or Chaplain will be contacted to retrieve
Koran in the detainee library. The request for the and properly store the Koran in the detainee library.
librarian/Chaplain, as well as the retrieval itself, will be The request for the librarian, interpreter, or Chaplain,
logged appropriately. as well as the retrieval itself, will be logged in DIMS.
(3) If the Chaplain, librarian, or Muslim (3) If the Chaplain, librarian, or Muslim
interpreter, within the needs of the situation, cannot interpreter, within the needs of the situation, cannot
remove the Koran, then the MP may remove the Koran remove the Koran, then the guard may remove the
after approved by the DOC (who notes this in the MP Koran after approved by the DOC (who notes this in
Blotter) IAW the following procedures: the DIMS) IAW the following procedures:
(a) Clean gloves will be put on in full view of the (a) Clean gloves will be put on in full view of the
detainees prior to handling. detainees prior to handling.
(b) Two hands will be used at all times when (b) Two hands will be used at all times when
handling the Koran in manner signaling respect and handling the Koran in manner signaling respect and
reverence. reverence.
(c) Place a clean, dry, detainee towel on the (c) Place a clean, dry, detainee towel on the
detainee bed and then place the Koran on top of the detainee bed and then place the Koran on top of the
clean towel in a manner, which allows it to be wrapped clean towel in a manner, which allows it to be wrapped
without turning the Koran over at any time in a without turning the Koran over at any time in a
reverent manner. Ensure that the Koran is not placed reverent manner. Ensure that the Koran is not placed
in offensive areas such as the floor, near the toilet or in offensive areas such as the floor, near the toilet or
sink, near the feet, or dirty/wet area when doing this sink, near the feet, or dirty/wet area when doing this
activity. activity.
(4) How the detainee reacted, observation by (4) How the detainee reacted, observation by
other detainees, and other potentially relevant other detainees, and other potentially relevant
observations will be annotated appropriately on the observations will be annotated appropriately in the
block significant activities sheet as well as staff DIMS significant activities menu.
journal.
(5) The Koran shall be returned to the librarian, (5) The Koran shall be returned to the librarian,
Chaplain, or DOC (in that order). Chaplain, or DOC (in that order).
(6) Exception: Detainee in MSU may have a (6) Korans are the property of the U.S.
Koran if specifically authorized by a 508-1 or the Level
5 Block Entitlement Form. Once detainee leaves
MSU, the same handling/removing policies and
procedures remain in effect.
(7) Korans are the property of the U.S.
Government and as such will remain in the cells only Government and as such will remain in the cells only
to be removed at the CJDOG’s decision. to be removed at the CJDOG’s decision.
(7) If a Koran is damaged or destroyed by a
detainee, the chaplain in conjunction with a Muslim
interpreter will take the Koran from the detainee for a
minimum of ten days noted in DIMS. At that point, the
chaplain can reissue the Koran to the detainee. The
chaplain must ensure the block knows the Koran is
being taken to protect the Koran, not punish the
detainee.
6-5. Keys 6-5. Keys
a. Maintain all cell and sally port keys on your a. Maintain all cell and sally port keys on your
person continuously. person continuously.
b. Never leave keys unsecured and unattended b. Never leave keys unsecured and unattended
within the facility. Keys are not to be laid down on within the facility. Keys are not to be laid down on
tables, chairs, steps, etc. at any time. Keys are not to tables, chairs, steps, etc. at any time. Keys are not to
be left hanging on a hooks or the fence. be left hanging on a hooks or the fence.
c. Keys will not leave the block. They will be c. Keys will not leave the block. They will be
handed to another Block Guard prior to leaving the handed to another guard prior to leaving the block.
block.
6-6. Food Tray Slot (“Bean Hole”) Covers 6-6. Food Tray Slot (“Bean Hole”) Covers
a. Bean hole covers will be closed at all times a. Bean hole covers will be closed at all times
except when serving food, shackling, passing an item except when serving food, shackling, passing an item
to the detainee, or is required for a medical check. to the detainee, or is required for a medical check.
These bean hole covers do include the observation These bean hole covers do not include the observation
windows on the MSU cell doors. windows on the segregation cell doors.
b. Bean hole covers will be latched at all times. b. Bean hole covers will be latched at all times.
6-7. Applying Restraints (“Shackling”) 6-7. Applying Restraints (“Shackling”)
a. Shackling of detainees will follow a “minimum a. Shackling of detainees will follow a “minimum
force” policy. The intent is to create a standard for force” policy. The intent is to create a standard for
shackling without sacrificing the ability to escalate due shackling without sacrificing the ability to escalate due
to MP safety concerns. to guard safety concerns.
b. As a general rule, detainees will be shackled in b. As a general rule, detainees will be shackled in
the standing up position. It will be the block NCOs the standing up position. It will be the block NCOs
responsibility to justify the need to escalate and require responsibility to justify the need to escalate and require
a detainee to kneel to be shackled a detainee to kneel to be shackled
c. If a detainee is required to kneel, the Block NCO c. If a detainee is required to kneel, the Block NCO
will note in the block pass-on book whenever a will note in DIMS whenever a detainee is required to
detainee is required to kneel to be shackled. The kneel to be shackled. The notation will include the
notation will include the time, ISN, type of escort time, ISN, type of escort (shower & exercise,
(shower & recreation, reservation, etc.) and a BRIEF reservation, etc.) and a BRIEF reason as to the
reason as to the deviation from shackling in the deviation from shackling in the standing position.
standing position.
d. Forced cell extractions, moves in which the d. Forced cell extractions, moves in which the
detainee has required an IRF “stand to”, are obvious detainee has required an IRF “stand to”, are obvious
reasons for use of the kneeling position. reasons for use of the kneeling position.
Section II – Support Operations Section II – Support Operations
6-8. Shower and Recreation 6-8. Shower and Exercise
a. Utilize the following schedule on levels 2, 3, 4, a. Shower and exercise will be conducted in
and 5 blocks for shower and recreation call. accordance to the published schedule listed in
DAY SHIFT SWING SHIFT Appendix B.
SUNDAY NONE NONE b. The Block NCO will be responsible for ensuring
MONDAY UNITS 1-8 UNITS 9-16 each Level 1 detainees on an Intel block receive
TUESDAY UNITS 17-24 UNITS 25-32 shower and exercise four times per week and each
WEDNESDAY UNITS 33-40 UNITS 41-48 Level 2, 3, and 4 detainees receive shower and exercise
THURSDAY UNITS 1-8 UNITS 9-16 two times per week.
FRIDAY UNITS 17-24 UNITS 25-32 c. Allow each level 1 detainee 30 minutes for
SATURDAY UNITS 33-40 UNITS 41-48 exercise and all other detainees will receive 20 minutes
b. Level one blocks will utilize the below schedule: for exercise. Allow five minutes to shower
DAY SHIFT SWING SHIFT immediately after exercise. These five minutes will not
SUNDAY UNITS 1-10 UNITS 11-21 be substituted for additional recreation time. Female
MONDAY UNITS 22-31 UNITS 32-41 guards will not escort detainees to and from their cell
TUESDAY UNITS 41-48/1- during shower and exercise. If the detainee desires to
3 shave his body hair, allow an additional five minutes.
UNITS 4-14 Shaving of body hair will only be permitted on the first
WEDNESDAY UNITS 15-24 UNITS 25-34 rotation of each week (Monday through Wednesday.)
THURSDAY UNITS 35-44 UNITS 45-48/1- Block personnel will visually inspect each razor and
7 monitor detainees shaving at all times. Detainees will
FRIDAY UNITS 8-17 UNITS 18-27 not possess nail clippers and razor at the same time.
SATURDAY UNITS 28-37 UNITS 38-48 For DELTA Block shower and exercise, refer to
c. Conduct shower and recreation call in DELTA Block SOP 30-12, dated 1 January 2004.
conjunction with each other. The Block NCO will be d. After returning from shower and exercise, offer
responsible for ensuring each Level 1 detainee receives
showers and recreation three times per week and each
Level 2, 3, and 4 detainee receives showers and
recreation two times per week unless they are on
discipline measures that include no recreation.
d. Allow each detainee 20 minutes for recreation.
Allow five minutes to shower immediately after
recreation. Female MPs will not escort detainees to
and from their cell during shower and recreation. If the
detainee desires to shave his body hair, allow an
additional five minutes. Only allow shaving of body
hair on the first rotation of each week (Monday through
Wednesday.) but will NOT be done on MSU blocks or
for Delta block patients. Block Guards will constantly
monitor detainees during shaving at all times.
Detainees will possess no nail clippers while they
possess a razor. Ensure the return of intact razors.
Allow level one detainees to use a shower curtain
during their shower period. The detainee must
exchange the shower curtain for the razor. No detainee
will have a razor with the shower curtain hung up.
e. After returning from shower and recreation, offer
the detainee the use of a brush to clean their cell. They the detainee the use of a brush to clean their cell. They
will have until the next detainee on their side of the will have until the next detainee on their side of the
block returns from shower and recreation to use the block returns from shower and exercise to use the
brush. The detainee will receive no cleaning supplies brush. Detainees will not receive any cleaning
or agents to clean their cell. The last detainee who has supplies or agents to clean their cell. The last detainee
shower will receive the brush for 30 minutes. If the who has shower will receive the brush for 30 minutes.
detainee refuses shower, they will not get the floor e. Track refusals in DIMS, search the refusing
brush. detainee’s cell. A detainee may not refuse exercise
f. Track refusals in the Refusals log. Search the time. If the detainee refuses, note the reason on the
refusing detainee’s cell. SIGACT sheet in DIMS, using an interpreter if
g. Detainees may exercise in their cell as long as it necessary. Forced cell extractions will be utilized for
is an approved exercise. non-compliant detainees and the detainee will be
h. No detainee may perform any hand-to-hand
moved to the exercise yard. This applies to all blocks
except Delta block
f. No detainee may perform any hand-to-hand
combat or martial arts PT, either organized or combat or martial arts PT, either organized or
individual, in the recreation yard or in their cell. individual, in the exercise yard or in their cell.
i. Amputees will receive their normal recreation g. Amputees will receive their normal exercise time
time and any other if prescribed by a doctor. Detainees and any other if prescribed by a doctor. Detainees that
that have a walker may take the walker with them to have a walker may take the walker with them to the
the recreation yard. exercise yard.
j. Escort level one detainees to and from Shower h. Escort level one and level two detainees to and
and Recreation in handcuffs and waist belt. They will from Shower and Exercise in handcuffs and waist belt.
not have leg irons placed on them. They will not have leg irons placed on them.
i. Shower items (soap, shampoo, razors, etc.) will
not be left in the open, outside, at the back of the block
during shower and exercise. Guards will only bring
what is needed by an individual detainee to the shower
and exercise area of the block and will secure same
immediately following the detainee’s shower.
j. Each level 1 block will conduct shower and
exercise with two detainees in the exercise yard at the
same time.
(1) Detainees will be paired starting with cells 1
and 2, 3 and 4, 5 and 6 continuing to 47 and 48. If one
of the cells in the pair is empty, the detainee will be
placed in the exercise yard by himself.
(2) The first detainee will be placed in the
exercise yard and unshackled. The guards will then get
the second detainee that is paired with that one and
take him to the exercise yard. Prior to opening the
gate, the first detainee will be told to move to the
corner opposite the gate on the far side of the yard and
to remain there until the second detainee is in the yard
and the gate is closed and locked. Once the first
detainee is in the far corner, the gate will be opened,
the second detainee will be placed in the exercise yard,
gate closed and locked and then unshackled through
the bean hole.
(3) Exercise time will start once the second gate
is locked after the second detainee has been placed in
the exercise yard. Time for exercise will be 30
minutes.
(4) The detainee that is first in the exercise yard
will be the detainee that comes out first. To remove
the first detainee, reverse the process. The second
detainee will go to the corner opposite the gate on the
far side and then the first detainee will be shackled and
removed from the yard.
(5) Cells 1-12 will be done during schedule “A”
day shift. Cells 13-24 will be done during schedule
“A” swing shift. Cells 25-36 will be done during
schedule “B” day shift. Cells 37-48 will be done
during schedule “B” swing shift. The first day of
implementation of the policy will be day “A”, the
second day will be day “B”, the third day will be day
“A” and so forth.
(6) The schedule conducted will be annotated in
the pass on book.
6-9. Detainee Mess Operations 6-9. Detainee Mess Operations
a. SOG. The SOG is responsible for the adequate a. SOG. The SOG is responsible for the adequate
quality and quantity of food served (to include MREs) quality and quantity of food served (to include MREs)
to detainees and U.S personnel and that sanitation, to detainees, and that sanitation, preparation, handling
preparation, handling and servicing of food meet and servicing of food meet established criteria.
established criteria. Detainees will have 30 minutes in Detainees will have 30 minutes in which to consume
which to consume their meals. During times of fasting their meals. During times of fasting or religious
or religious requirements, and special diets refer to the requirements, and special diets refer to the Chapter 19
Chapter 19 Food Service. Food Service.
b. Block NCO. The Block NCO will accept and b. Block NCO. The Block NCO will accept and
account for the plastic spoons from mess personnel. account for the plastic spoons from mess personnel.
While the Block Guards are serving the meal to the While the guards are serving the meal to the detainees,
detainees, the Block NCO will pass out the plastic the Block NCO will pass out the plastic spoons to each
spoons to each detainee. The Block NCO will account detainee. The Block NCO will account for all plastic
for all plastic spoons passed out once the mealtime is spoons passed out once the mealtime is completed.
completed. Notify the SOG of unreturned plastic Notify the SOG of unreturned plastic spoons, and
spoons, and conduct a search to locate the missing conduct a search to locate the missing spoon. The
spoon. The Block NCO will ensure no contents are Block NCO will ensure no contents are removed from
removed from MREs nor that damaged MREs are MREs or that damaged MREs are issued.
issued. c. Guards will issue meals to the detainees and
monitor them during chow. At the conclusion of the
c. Block Guards. Block Guards will issue meals to meal, the guards will collect the trash from the
the detainees and monitor them during chow. At the detainees. Guards will inventory the return of all
conclusion of the meal, the Block Guards will collect packaging, plates, spoons, and Styrofoam cups.
the trash from the detainees. Block Guards will
inventory the return of all packaging, plates, spoons,
and Styrofoam cups. If unreturned items cannot be
found, the detainee will receive his meals poured onto
a paper plate for the next three days. This is done with
the intention of reducing the amount of trash being
flushed down the toilet.
d. Food Service Personnel. When serving hot d. Food Service Personnel. When serving hot
meals, Food Service Personnel will portion the food meals, Food Service personnel will portion the food
from the Mermite containers to the plate to ensure each from the insulated food container (IFC) to the plate to
detainee has the proper proportions. ensure each detainee has the proper proportions. If
e. If a detainee refuses a meal, the refusal most be there are insufficient Food Service personnel to
noted in the detainee’s record. When the number of perform this function, the guards will portion the food.
consecutive refusals reaches nine, refer to, Section 20- e. If a detainee refuses a meal, the refusal must be
5, Hunger Strike. noted in DIMS. If a detainee eats any portion or part of
the meal, it is not considered a missed or refused meal.
Ensure all missed meals are entered in the refusal
section of DIMS. When the number of consecutive
refusals reaches nine, refer to, Section 20-5, Voluntary
Total Fasting and Re-Feeding (VTF)
f. At no time will any guard force personnel eat any
portion of a detainee meal.
g. Below is a list of the contents of the MREs that
must remain in each MRE and what will be returned
after use.
(1) For MRE #11, the following items will be in
the MRE pouch:
(a) Crackers - wrapper
(b) Pound Cake - wrapper
(c) Spoon - spoon
(d) Peanut Butter - wrapper
(e) Pasta with Vegetables in Tomato Sauce –
wrapper
(f) Peaches - wrapper
(g) Ice tea drink mix - wrapper
(h) Salt packet – wrapper
(2) For MRE #12, the following items will be in
the MRE pouch:
(a) Crackers - wrapper
(b) Pound Cake - wrapper
(c) Spoon - spoon
(d) Peanut Butter - wrapper
(e) Black Bean and Rice Burrito - wrapper
(f) Pears - wrapper
(g) Ice tea drink mix - wrapper
(h) Salt packet - wrapper
(j) Fruit Bar - wrapper
(3) For MRE #13, the following items will be in
the MRE pouch:
(a) Crackers - wrapper
(b) Pound Cake - wrapper
(c) Spoon - spoon
(d) Peanut Butter - wrapper
(e) Cheese Tortellini in Tomato Sauce - wrapper
(f) Applesauce - wrapper
(g) Ice tea drink mix - wrapper
(h) Salt packet - wrapper
(4) For MRE #14, the following items will be in
the MRE pouch:
(a) Crackers - wrapper
(b) Pound Cake - wrapper
(c) Spoon - spoon
(d) Peanut Butter - wrapper
(e) Pasta with Vegetables in Alfredo Style Sauce
wrapper
(f) Peaches - wrapper
(g) Ice tea drink mix - wrapper
(h) Salt packet - wrapper
(j) Peanuts, shelled roasted – wrapper.
6-10. Laundry / Linen 6-10. Laundry / Linen
a. Guards will exchange dirty detainee laundry with a. Guards will exchange dirty detainee laundry with
clean laundry IAW the level 1-5 shower and recreation clean laundry IAW the level 1-5 shower and exercise
schedule contained in Appendix B. Exchange all schedule contained in Appendix B. Exchange all
laundry and linen at the same time with the exception laundry and linen at the same time with the exception
of blankets. Do not allow detainees to refuse of blankets. Do not allow detainees to refuse
linen/laundry exchange. Use reasonable force to linen/laundry exchange. Use reasonable force to
complete the laundry exchange. Guards will conduct complete the laundry exchange. Guards will conduct
this in a manner to determine specifically which, if any, this in a manner to determine specifically which, if any,
detainee is missing an item (i.e. flushed in toilet or detainee is missing an item (i.e. flushed in toilet or
hiding it.) Report findings to the DOC and log hiding it.) Report findings to the DOC and log
appropriately. appropriately into DIMS.
b. Guards will have detainee hold up all items for b. Guards will have detainee hold up all items for
visual inspection prior to exchanging them for a clean visual inspection prior to exchanging them for a clean
item. Confiscate any modified item, as contraband and item. Detainee will give the dirty item to the guard
discipline will be imposed according to the discipline prior to the guard issuing the clean item. Confiscate
matrix. any modified item, as contraband and discipline will be
imposed according to the discipline matrix.
c. Guards will place no more than four uniform sets c. Guards will place no more than four uniform sets
into each trash bag. Place sheets in a separate bag. into each trash bag. Place sheets in a separate bag.
Place towels and washcloths in a separate bag. Place t- Place towels and washcloths in a separate bag. Place t-
shirts in a separate bag. Place blankets in a separate shirts in a separate bag. Place blankets in a separate
bag. Place all dirty linen in the storage sheds located bag. Place all dirty linen in the storage sheds located
near building one for Camp I and near building seven near building one for Camp I and near building seven
for Camp II. Return all clean laundry to the supply for Camp 2,3. Return all clean laundry in mesh bags to
room. the supply room.
d. Blankets will be exchanged according to the d. Blankets will be exchanged according to the
following schedule: following schedule:
(1) 1st (1) 1st
Sunday of the month: A, E, I, N, R, and U Sunday of the month: A, D, E, I, N, O,
and U
(2) 2nd (2) 2nd
Sunday of the month: B, F, K, O, S, and Sunday of the month: B, D, F, K, R, S,
V and V
(3) 3rd (3) 3rd
Sunday of the month: C, G, L, P, T, and Sunday of the month: C, D, G, L, P, T,
W and W
(4) 4th (4) 4th
Sunday of the month: D, H, M, Q, Y and Sunday of the month: D, H, M, Q, Y and
special missions special missions
(5) 5th (5) 5th
Sunday of the month (occurs twice a year): Sunday of the month (occurs twice a year):
None. None.
6-11. Barber 6-11. Barber
a. Offer detainees on a voluntary basis at least once a. Offer detainees on a voluntary basis at least once
a month. The barbers will rotate through the camps a month. The barbers will rotate through the camps
from Monday to Friday starting with block Alpha with from Monday to Friday starting with block Alpha with
a maximum of 48 detainees offered a haircut per day. a maximum of 48 detainees offered a haircut per day.
Haircuts will be the same for all detainees, i.e. styled Haircuts will be the same for all detainees, i.e. styled
haircuts not allowed. Haircuts will be simple and haircuts not allowed. Haircuts will be a trim for routine
standard. Sample monthly schedule below: haircuts. Those haircuts given for hygienic reasons for
moves to SHU will be a buzz cut. Sample monthly
schedule below:
DATE BLOCK DATE BLOCK DATE BLOCK DATE BLOCK
27Dec 02 I 21 Jan 03 I 27Dec 02 I 21 Jan 03 I
28Dec 02 K 22 Jan 03 K 28Dec 02 K 22 Jan 03 K
29Dec 02 L 23 Jan 03 L 29Dec 02 L 23 Jan 03 L
01 Jan 03 M 24 Jan 03 M 01 Jan 03 M 24 Jan 03 M
02 Jan 03 N 27 Jan 03 N 02 Jan 03 N 27 Jan 03 N
03 Jan 03 P 28 Jan 03 P 03 Jan 03 P 28 Jan 03 P
06 Jan 03 Q 29 Jan 03 Q 06 Jan 03 Q 29 Jan 03 Q
07 Jan 03 R 30 Jan 03 R 07 Jan 03 R 30 Jan 03 R
08 Jan 03 S 31 Jan 03 S 08 Jan 03 S 31 Jan 03 S
09 Jan 03 A 09 Jan 03 A
10 Jan 03 B 10 Jan 03 B
13 Jan 03 C 13 Jan 03 C
14 Jan 03 D 14 Jan 03 D
15 Jan 03 E 15 Jan 03 E
16 Jan 03 F 16 Jan 03 F
17 Jan 03 G 17 Jan 03 G
20 Jan 03 H 20 Jan 03 H
b. Haircuts will take place in the recreation area of Table 6-1
the blocks. Postpone all recreation and showers on the b. Haircuts will take place in the exercise area of the
block receiving haircuts until all haircuts are blocks. Postpone all exercise and showers on the block
completed. MP’s working the block will provide an receiving haircuts until all haircuts are completed.
escort to the barber and a minimum of one MP stays as Guards working the block will provide an escort to the
a Block Guard while detainee is receiving a haircut. barber and a minimum of one guard stays while
Use MPs working as additional escorts in Camp Delta detainee is receiving a haircut. Use guards working as
to assist if not required for other escorts.
additional escorts in Camp Delta to assist if not
required for other escorts.
c. Barbers are responsible to PMCS their c. Barbers are responsible to PMCS their
equipment. Barbers are responsible for cleaning the equipment. Barbers are responsible for cleaning the
haircut area after each haircut. Maintain all necessary haircut area after each haircut. Maintain all necessary
supplies in the camp supply room. supplies in the camp supply room.
d. The DOC will coordinate haircut appointments d. The DOC will coordinate haircut appointments
for detainees in the hospital. for detainees in the hospital.
e. Barbers will be available from 0800-2100 on
Monday thru Friday with one barber on call from 0800-
2100 on Saturday and the other on call from 0800-2100
on Sunday. If a need arises for a detainee to receive a
haircut outside that timeframe, contact the DOC and
the detainee to a pending list. The barber will give
these detainees a haircut first on their next available
day.
6-12. Other Personnel 6-12. Other Personnel
a. The detainee Librarian will be given sufficient a. The detainee Librarian will be given sufficient
time to perform their mission. Block NCOs will allow time to perform their mission. Block NCOs will allow
at least five minutes per detainee for issuing books. at least five minutes per detainee for issuing books.
b. Do not escort interrogators, if they have the b. Do not escort interrogators, if they have the
proper ID, in the blocks. The Block NCO will greet proper ID, in the blocks. The Block NCO will greet
them and they will have complete access to the them and they will have complete access to the
detainees. detainees.
c. Visitors to the blocks are not required to be in c. Visitors to the blocks are not required to be in
uniform, such as civilian interpreters working with uniform, such as civilian interpreters working with
interrogators or contractors. interrogators or contractors.
d. Each mail clerk will be allowed to issue up to d. Each mail clerk will be allowed to issue up to
five pens to detainees. These pens must be collected five safety pens to detainees. These pens must be
prior to the mail clerk leaving the block. The mail collected prior to the mail clerk leaving the block. The
clerk will keep the Block NCO informed of who has a mail clerk will keep the Block NCO informed of who
pen and number issued. If the mail clerk is unable to has a pen and number issued. If the mail clerk is
retrieve a pen from a detainee, the mail clerk will unable to retrieve a pen from a detainee, the mail clerk
immediately inform the Block NCO. will immediately inform the Block NCO.
6-13. Library Books 6-13. Library Books
a. Do not allow the passing of detainee library a. Do not allow the passing of detainee library
books among detainees. books among detainees.
b. MPs will not remove library books from a b. MPs will not remove library books from a
detainee’s cell except for disciplinary reasons. detainee’s cell except for disciplinary reasons.
c. If removed for disciplinary reasons, do not place c. If removed for disciplinary reasons, do not place
the book on top of the cells with other comfort items the book on top of the cells with other comfort items
removed. Place the library book on the block table removed. Place the library book on the block table
where the librarian will pick up the book during where the librarian will pick up the book during
rounds. rounds.
d. Notify the DOC of any uncollected books. d. Notify the DOC of any uncollected books.
e. If the librarian is unavailable to collect the books, e. If the librarian is unavailable to collect the books,
turn them into the DOC to prevent weather damage. turn them into the DOC to prevent weather damage.
f. Do not count library books that have an id that
start with an “I” are intelligence directed reading
material and as a library book. Coordinate with the
DOC when collecting these books.
6-14. Medical Appointments 6-14. Medical Appointments
a. If medical says that they must be at the a. If medical says that they must be at the
appointment, then the detainee cannot refuse and must appointment, then the detainee cannot refuse and must
go. go.
b. If medical says it can wait another day (minor b. If medical says it can wait another day (minor
medical issue), allow the detainee to refuse, however; medical issue), allow the detainee to refuse, however;
they will be disciplined for failure to obey. they will be disciplined for failure to obey.
Section III – Documentation and Reporting Section III – Documentation and Reporting
6-15. Block Documentation 6-15. Block Documentation Detainee Information
a. All documentation filled out on the block must be Management System DIMS
specific and complete. Reference ISNs when a. All data entries via DIMS must be specific and
discussing a cell occupied by an individual. All complete. Reference ISNs when discussing a cell
documentation needs to answer Who, What, When, occupied by an individual. All documentation needs to
Where, Why, and How. Annotate all visits by non- answer Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How.
block personnel in the block logbook. Annotate all visits by non-block personnel in DIMS.
b. Documentation that stays with the detainee b. Documentation that stays with the detainee
(1) Field File. Each detainee will have a brown (1) Detainee ID card: The detainee’s ID contains
field file that will contain the detainee’s name, ISN,
spoken language, and any cautionary medical
conditions (such as hepatitis or tuberculosis) on the
cover. The ISN will be on the tab. When an escort
team arrives on the block to make a permanent move,
the Block NCO will pull the detainee field file and the
escort team will carry the file with them to the
detainee’s new assigned location. This will insure all
detainee information will follow the detainee. Inside
the file will be the following sections:
(a) Page one: Detainee Information Sheet. The
detainee information sheet will contain a picture, vital
information about the detainee, and any detainee
specific information not covered on any of the below
forms; i.e. Likes to tell jokes.
(b) Page two: Detainee Supply Roster. A
current listing of authorized items a detainee can
possess according to the current block level. Use the
Supply Roster to inventory all detainee property. To
be used in conjunction with cell searches. It will
remain in the field folder until full, at which point, it
will be turned in to the DOC and replaced with a new
sheet.
(c) Page three: DD 508s. List all detainee
discipline on a DD 508. The PL will sign his name in
the Confinement Officer block. The JDOG S-3 will
sign as the confinement officer. Maintain the original
in the detainee’s permanent record and the copy on the
block. Return this form to the DOC upon completion
of discipline.
(d) Page four: CD-S341s and CD-S319. All
MSU blocks will utilize a CD-S341 to document the
welfare of the detainee. Guards will continuously walk
the block and document the conducted checks every 10
minutes on CD-S341. PL and SOG will check the CD-
S341 throughout the shift. Any detainee on self-harm
watch will require the use of CD-S319. All self-harm
watch detainees will be continuously observed and
actions documented every 15 minutes. Turn in these
forms to the DOC when the discipline or self-harm
period ends. CD-S341s will stay on the block for
lesser of 30 days or until the completion of the
detainee’s time in MSU. The CD-S319 will stay on the
block for the lesser of the completion of the self-harm
watch or seven days.
(e) Page five: Detainee Refusal Tracking
Record. Used to document the time, date, current
location, and what, a detainee refused. When full, turn
into the DOC and replace it with a new sheet.
(f) Page six: Detainee Medical Request
Complaints Form. Kept in detainee field file and used
to document date, time, current location and all
detainee non-urgent medical requests. Includes a block
for medical personnel to document remarks and
date/time detainee was seen. Document all medical
refusals on this form. When full, turn into the DOC
and replace it with a new sheet.
(2) Detainee ID card: The detainee’s ID contains
the detainee’s picture, name, ISN, spoken language, the detainee’s picture, name, ISN, spoken language,
and any cautionary medical conditions. When an and any cautionary medical conditions. When an
escort team arrives to escort a detainee of any escort team arrives to escort a detainee of any
nonpermanent move, the Block NCO will pull the nonpermanent move, the Block NCO will pull the
detainee’s ID card and the escort team will carry the ID detainee’s ID card and the escort team will carry the ID
as long as they escort that detainee. While the detainee as long as they escort that detainee. While the detainee
is gone, fill the empty card slot with a business card, is gone, fill the empty card slot with a business card,
containing detainee’s ISN, departure time, and containing detainee’s ISN, departure time, and
destination of the escort team. Upon the return of the destination of the escort team. Upon the return of the
escort team, return the detainee’s ID card to the slot in escort team, return the detainee’s ID card to the slot in
the block notebook and place the business card in a the block notebook and place the business card in a
burn bag. burn bag.
c. Block Documentation that stays on the block (2) Guard Mount Messages. Each block NCO
(1) Detainee Behavioral Tracking. Every shift at the beginning of shift will ensure that guard mount
will fill out the detainee Behavioral Tracking form and messages have been reviewed and briefed to all
leave it in the block notebook for the on coming shift to assigned block personnel. Examples of guard mount
reference. Turn this form to the DOC every Sunday on messages include but are not limited to additional
swing shift. menu items in DIMS.
(2) Pass-On Book. Each block will maintain a (a) Changes to showers and exercise start and
pass-on book to provide a means to pass on end times along with cells that were done
information. Obtain new pass-on books from the DOC (b) Detainee menu and meal start and end times
and turn in completed pass-on books to the DOC. Use (c) Giving and taking Comfort Items (IAW
highlighters to mark pertinent information. Examples Chapter 8, Camp Delta SOP)
of activities include but are not limited to the (d) Clothing and linen exchange conducted
following: (e) Which ISNs refused and accepted hair cuts
(a) All detainee movements (f) Library books received and/or returned
(b) Shower/recreation start and end times (g) When writing material such as pens and paper
(c) Work orders submitted and completed are received or returned
(d) Discipline incidents (h) All searches of detainees and cells. (i)
(e) Detainee request for Chaplin, ICRC, or Any time a detainee refuses to allow his Koran to be
reservation searched
(f) Chaplin or Library visits (j) All instances in which a detainee is required
(g) Head counts to kneel in order to allow guards to apply restraints
(h) Visits by any non-block personnel such as (k) All instances in which a detainee is missing a
SOG clothing / linen item
(i) Cells that exchanged linen (l) All visits to the block by any personnel not
(j) Cells that went to shower and/or recreation assigned to the block
Do not use any of the following phrases in pass-on (m) Any cells that are inoperable. Note the date
books or block logs: and time called in to the DOC
(a) Suicide attempt (n) Repair and Utility work orders initialized and
(b) Suicide gesture date / time work was completed on the block
(c) Suicide ideation
Use the phrase “self-injurious behavior” in all (o) Any repair work that is completed (reference
documentation. the original work order), and the date and time that the
DOC is notified that the work has been completed
(p) All missing or non-serviceable equipment.
Note the date and time that this information was
reported to the SOG and DOC
(q) Supply requests. Note the date / time that the
request was submitted to the SOG.
(r) At the beginning of shift, the rank, name, and
unit of all guard personnel from the off-going shift and
those of the on-coming shift will be annotated.
(s) Annotate the rank, name, and unit of all relief
personnel, along with the times they arrive
(t) Physical security discrepancies and concerns.
(u) All detainee movement onto and off the block
(v) The conduct of a headcount
(w)An incident that requires discipline of a
detainee.
d. Documentation that is turned to Command Post d. Documentation that is turned to Command Post
(1) Repair and Utilities Work Order Request. (1) Repair and Utilities(R&U) Work Order
Request.
Used to document and request any repair work needed Used to document and request any repair work needed
on the block. Requests will be completed, logged in on the block. Requests will be completed and logged
the pass-on book, and turned in at the end of shift. Not into DIMS. Note the short version of the ISN on any
the short version of the ISN on any occupied cell that occupied cell that requires repair.
requires repair. Log any completed work order that in (2) DA 2823. The guard who is reporting the
the pass-on book and the DOC notified.
(2) DA 2823. The MP who is reporting the
incident (the one who was spit on, threatened, hit, incident (the one who was spit on, threatened, hit,
kicked, etc.) will complete a sworn statement as soon kicked, etc.) will complete a sworn statement as soon
as possible and have it sworn by the PL. If that MP is as possible and have it sworn by the PL. If that guard
not available (hospitalized, etc), the SOG will complete is not available (hospitalized, etc), the SOG will
the sworn statement and include the reason for the complete the sworn statement and include the reason
Block Guard not completing it. The SOG or PL will for the guard not completing it. The SOG or PL will
ensure the completeness and accuracy of the DA 2823 ensure the completeness and accuracy of the DA 2823
before it is complete. See the example in Appendix D before it is complete. See the example in the block
for a properly filled out DA 2823. training tasks binder for a properly filled out DA 2823.
Block 4 of the DA 2823 will contain the date, time and
full ISN in the format of YYMMDD-HHMM-ISN.
(3) DA 4137. Complete an Evidence/Property (3) DA 4137. Complete an Evidence/Property
Custody Document to document the chain of custody Custody Document to document the chain of custody
and turn in of evidence or contraband seized at Camp and turn in of evidence or contraband seized at Camp
Delta. Turn in the DA 4137 and evidence/contraband Delta. Turn in the DA 4137 and evidence/contraband
to the MPI section. The MPI section will determine if to the MPI section. The MPI section will determine if
the items are evidence or contraband. Properly mark the items are evidence or contraband. Properly mark
all evidence and contraband before submission. all evidence and contraband before submission. The
Examples of potential evidence include but are not block containing the MPR/CID Sequence number will
limited to the following: contain the date, time and full ISN in the format of
YYMMDD-HHMM-ISN. Examples of potential
evidence include but are not limited to the following:
(a) Evidence classified as “dangerous (a) Evidence classified as “dangerous
contraband” contraband”
(b) Videotape of IRF movements or disturbances (b) Videotape of IRF movements or disturbances
(c) Evidence seized from a suicide attempt. (c) Evidence seized from a suicide attempt.
Examples of potential contraband include but are not Examples of potential contraband include but are not
limited to the following: limited to the following:
(a) Drawings (a) Drawings
(b) Modified items of linen (b) Modified items of linen
(c) Writing on cups. (c) Writing on cups.
(4) ID Band or Card Request. Used to request (5) DIMS Significant Activities Sheet. Used to
new detainee ID Bands or Cards. Noted in the pass-on track significant activities in blocks for JDOG S-2.
book and turned in to the DOC at the end of shift. Examples of significant activities include but are not
(5) Significant Activities Sheet. Used to track limited to the following:
significant activities in blocks for JDOG S-2. Turn in
to the DOC at the end of each shift. Examples of
significant activities include but are not limited to the
following:
(a) Assault. (a) Assault.
(b) Making Weapons. (b) Making Weapons.
(c) Harms Himself. (c) Harms Himself.
(d) Harassing Guard. (d) Harassing Guard.
(e) Banging Cell. (e) Banging Cell.
(f) Failure To Comply, or Anything The Guard (f) Failure To Comply.
(g) Deems to Be A Hostile Act (g) Hostile Acts.
(h) Extreme Emotion. (h) Extreme Emotion.
(i) Doing PT In Cell. (i) Unauthorized PT In Cell.
(j) Fasting. (j) Fasting.
(k) Showing Reverence To Another Detainee. (k) Showing Reverence To Another Detainee.
(l) Inciting Disturbance. (l) Inciting Disturbance.
(m) Leading Prayer/PT. (m) Leading Prayer/PT.
(n) Teaching/Preaching. (n) Teaching/Preaching.
(o) Verbal- Same Block/Cross Block. (o) Verbal- Same Block/Cross Block.
(p) Sign Language. (p) Sign Language.
(q) Passing Notes On Paper, Foam Cups, Etc. (q) Passing Notes On Paper, Foam Cups, Etc.
(r) Requests Interpreter. (r) Requests Interpreter.
(s) Requests Chaplain. (s) Requests Chaplain.
(t) Requests To See JIIF. (t) Requests Reservation and reason why.
(u) Refuses Meals. (u) Refuses Meals and reason why.
(v) Refuses Shower And Recreation Time. (v) Refuses Shower And Exercise Time and
(w)Refuses Meds. reason why.
(w)Refuses Meds and reason why.
(x) Lookouts (x) Lookouts
(y) Instigators (y) Instigators
(z) Visits by JDOG/non-JDOG personnel (VIPs, (z) Visits by JDOG/non-JDOG personnel (VIPs,
etc.) etc.)
(aa) Communication to detainees on other blocks (aa) Communication to detainees on other blocks
(bb) The above list is not all-inclusive. The guard
(bb) The above list is not all-inclusive. MP
should feel free to use his/her judgment and report should feel free to use his/her judgment and report
anything he/she feels may be of importance.. anything he/she feels may be of importance.
(6) Daily Block NCO Checklist. Used to ensure (6) Daily Block NCO Checklist. Used to ensure
each shift conducts all inspections, inventories. each shift conducts all inspections, inventories.
(7) Detainee Alpha Roster. Used to insure the Checklists will be turned into the SOG at the end of
Block NCO knows the total number of and the ISNs of each shift.
all detainees that he/she is responsible for when (7) DIMS Detainee Alpha Roster. Used to insure
assuming shift. the Block NCO knows the total number of and the
ISNs of all detainees that he/she is responsible for
when assuming shift.
d. The Block NCO checklist, will be collected by
each camp's SOG and turned in to DOC prior to
leaving.
g. After completing the work order form, the
Block NCOs will turn it in to work order box in DOC.
These will not wait until end of shift.
. SOGs and PLs are to spot check books to ensure
old paperwork has been turned in. COs will spot-check
the SOGs and PLs. The Detainee Services Branch
(DSB) will conduct periodic audits for old paperwork.
6-16. Passive Intelligence Collection 6-16. Passive Intelligence Collection
a. The MP Guard force is tasked with “passively” a. The guard force is tasked with “passively”
looking for items of intelligence value and reporting it looking for items of intelligence value and reporting it
via the Significant Activities Sheet (SIGACT). via the Significant Activities Sheet in DIMS.
b. The following is a list of pertinent information b. The following is a list of pertinent information
needed: needed:
(1) Associations between detainees. (1) Associations between detainees. Who is the
leader and who is the follower?
(2) Association with other detainees prior to (2) Association with other detainees prior to
capture. capture.
(3) Identity of formal and informal leaders of (3) Identity of formal and informal leaders of
each block. each block.
(4) Conversations that entail threats to US (4) Conversations that entail threats to US
personnel and/or assets. personnel and/or assets.
(5) Discussion or planning of terrorist activity. (5) Discussion or planning of terrorist activity.
(6) Discussion or planning of escape. (6) Discussion or planning of escape.
(7) Location of leaders in other countries. (7) Location of leaders in other countries.
(8) Information regarding all activity outside (8) Information regarding all activity outside
camp. camp.
(9) History of each detainee (things that can be (9) History of each detainee (things that can be
exploited by interrogators). exploited by interrogators).
(10) Do the detainees have access to outside (10) Do the detainees have access to outside
sources of information? What are they? sources of information? What are they?
(11) Anything else significant to the security of (11) Destruction of property.
(12) Anything else significant to the security of
US personnel/assets here or abroad. US personnel/assets here or abroad.
c. Collection efforts c. Collection efforts
(1) Do not question detainees, other than for (1) Do not question detainees, other than for
clarification of a statement. clarification of a statement.
(2) Do not initiate questioning, unless directed to (2) Do not initiate questioning, unless directed to
by CI Agent from JDOG S-2/J-2 JTF-GTMO. by CI Agent from JDOG S-2/J-2 JTF-GTMO.
(3) Listen to conversations while on the blocks (3) Listen to conversations while on the blocks
during an interpreter’s routine interpretation call. during an interpreter’s routine interpretation call.
(4) Do not show indication that you are listening (4) Do not show indication that you are listening
or watching for intelligence collection purposes. or watching for intelligence collection purposes.
(5) Make mental notes, or if the situation allows, (5) Make mental notes, or if the situation allows,
take written notes. take written notes.
(6) Do not hesitate to call for interpreters; they (6) Do not hesitate to call for interpreters; they
are there for your benefit. are there for your benefit.
(7) Fill out a Significant Activities Sheet and turn (7) Be sure to include the ISN# and date time
into the DOC or drop off at JDOG S-2 office.
(8) Be sure to include the ISN# and date time
group when noting a particular detainee’s activity. group when noting a particular detainee’s activity.
(9) As you spend more time with the detainees (8) As you spend more time with the detainees
than any other group, you are the best source of than any other group, you are the best source of
indicators on mood, leadership, group dynamics, and indicators on mood, leadership, group dynamics, and
antiterrorism/force protection information antiterrorism/force protection information.
(9) There is always significant activity occurring
on a block. There should be no DIMS SIGACT sheet
filled out with “Nothing to report”.
6-17. Cell Block Report 6-17. Cell Block Report
a. The Block NCOIC, or senior block guard when a. The Block NCOIC, or senior guard when Block
Block NCOIC is not present, will report the status of NCOIC is not present, will report the status of the
the block to the SOG, PL, CO, JDOG S3, DCJDOG, block to the SOG, PL, CO, JDOG S3, DCJDOG,
CJDOG, or CJTF when these individuals visit the CJDOG, or CJTF when these individuals visit the
block. block.
b. Required items to report are: b. Required items to report are:
(1) Block name (1) Block name
(2) Number of detainees assigned (2) Level of the block
(3) Number of detainees present and the location (3) Number of detainees assigned
(4) Number of detainees present and the location
of the detainees currently not on the block of the detainees currently not on the block
(4) Number of MPs assigned (5) Number of guards assigned
(5) Number of MPs present (6) Number of guards present
(6) Detainees with a self-harm history (7) By ISN, detainees with a self-harm history
(8) By ISN, detainees scheduled for reservation
and at what time.
(9) Training tasks for soldiers on the block for the
shift
(10) Any special problems or concerns such as
detainees on hunger strike or mass meal refusals.
c. The Block NCOIC will notify the DOC whenever
a VIP or DV visits the block.
d. The block will be called to attention whenever an
O-6 or the civilian equivalent arrives on the block.
Section IV – Block Maintenance Section IV – Block Maintenance
6-18. Inspections and Inventories 6-18. Inspections and Inventories
a. Conduct inspections upon assumption of the a. Conduct inspections upon assumption of the
block with the off-going Block NCO to verify the block with the off-going Block NCO to verify the
security of all the locks, the discipline documentation security of all the locks, the discipline documentation
and actions are correct (CI removed when designated, and actions are correct (CI removed when designated,
etc.) If the Block NCO signs for deficient equipment, etc.) If the Block NCO signs for deficient equipment,
the current Block NCO is responsible for its condition, the current Block NCO is responsible for its condition,
regardless of whether it occurred on the current shift or regardless of whether it occurred on the current shift or
a previous shift. a previous shift.
b. Conduct inventories upon assumption of the b. Conduct inventories upon assumption of the
block with the off-going Block NCO to verify all block block with the off-going Block NCO to verify all block
equipment is present and serviceable. Note all non- equipment is present and serviceable. Note all non-
serviceable equipment in the pass-on book and turned serviceable equipment in DIMS
into DOC with the off going shift.
c. The swing shift Block NCOICs on Sunday will c. The swing shift Block NCOICs on Sunday will
ensure all locks are functional during the shift. ensure all locks are functional during the shift.
6-19. Cell/Block Cleaning Wash out the block and/or d. Each shift will conduct a block inspection
individual cells using the water hose, a mop, and a mild utilizing the checklist In DIMS follow directions on the
cleaning solution every Sunday on midnight shift or as checklist for any deficiencies found.
necessary. 6-19. Block Maintenance
a. Wash out the block and/or individual cells using
the water hose, a mop, and a mild cleaning solution
every midnight shift or as necessary.
b. Each shift will be responsible for conducting its
portion of the block PMCS and security checklist.
6-20. Equipment Maintenance 6-20. Equipment Maintenance
a. Check the block equipment used by the MPs for a. Check the block equipment used by the guards
damage and inoperability during mid-shift. Turn in for damage and inoperability during mid-shift. Turn in
any broken equipment to the DOC and a submit any broken equipment to the DOC and a submit
replacement requisition. replacement requisition.
b. Midnight shift will oil and clean all block b. Midnight shift will oil and clean all block
equipment used by the MPs. equipment used by the guards.
Section V – Detainees Section V – Detainees
6-21. Detainee Standards of Conduct 6-21. Detainee Standards of Conduct
a. Military and civilian staff members will address a. Military and civilian staff members will address
detainees by the detainee’s cell number or ISN. detainees by the detainee’s cell number or ISN.
b. Detainees will obey promptly and fully all b. Detainees will obey promptly and fully all
instructions or orders given by civilian or military instructions or orders given by civilian or military
personnel. If orders conflict, obey the last order given. personnel. If orders conflict, obey the last order given.
c. All persons, places, and property are subject to c. All persons, places, and property are subject to
search or inspection at any time, by any staff member search or inspection at any time, by any staff member
in the performance of their duties. All property may be in the performance of their duties. All property may be
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Section V – Detainees Section V – Detainees
6-21. Detainee Standards of Conduct 6-21. Detainee Standards of Conduct
a. Military and civilian staff members will address a. Military and civilian staff members will address
detainees by the detainee’s cell number or ISN. detainees by the detainee’s cell number or ISN.
b. Detainees will obey promptly and fully all b. Detainees will obey promptly and fully all
instructions or orders given by civilian or military instructions or orders given by civilian or military
personnel. If orders conflict, obey the last order given. personnel. If orders conflict, obey the last order given.
c. All persons, places, and property are subject to c. All persons, places, and property are subject to
search or inspection at any time, by any staff member search or inspection at any time, by any staff member
in the performance of their duties. All property may be in the performance of their duties. All property may be
searched for contraband. Each detainee is responsible searched for contraband. Each detainee is responsible
for all items within their assigned cell or on their for all items within their assigned cell or on their
person. All suspicious items will be seized for person. All suspicious items will be seized for
evaluation as evidence. When a search or inspection is evaluation as evidence. When a search or inspection is
conducted of any area under the control of the US conducted of any area under the control of the US
Army, inside or outside the facility boundaries, Army, inside or outside the facility boundaries,
detainee(s) will not observe, view, stand, or pass by the detainee(s) will not observe, view, stand, or pass by the
search area. search area.
d. Detainees may only hang wet clothing and linen
items in cell windows so that they may dry. Once dry,
they must be removed. Blankets or sheets may be
temporarily hung up, no higher than half way up the
cell walls, to provide privacy while using the toilet.
Once the detainee has completed using the toilet, the
blankets and sheets must be taken down.
6-22. Detainee Identification Band 6-22. Detainee Identification Band
a. All detainees will be issued a picture a. All detainees will be issued a picture
identification Band. Identification bands are a part of identification band. Identification bands are a part of
the detainee uniform and will be worn at all times the detainee uniform and will be worn at all times
except when collected by a cadre member, for except when collected by a cadre member, for
accountability or safety reasons. accountability or safety reasons.
b. The badge will be worn attached to the left arm b. The badge will be worn attached to the left arm
so that the band remains visible. Detainees are not so that the band remains visible. Detainees are not
authorized to wear identification bands in any other authorized to wear identification bands in any other
manner. Detainees will exercise reasonable care to manner. Detainees will exercise reasonable care to
protect their band from damage, loss, and theft. protect their band from damage, loss, and theft.
c. Identification bands will not be switched, c. Identification bands will not be switched,
defaced, altered, or tampered with in any manner. If a defaced, altered, or tampered with in any manner. If a
badge is lost, stolen, or damaged, the detainee will badge is lost, stolen, or damaged, the detainee will
IMMEDIATELY report it to a staff member. Losing or IMMEDIATELY report it to a staff member. Losing or
damaging a badge will result in disciplinary action. damaging a badge will result in disciplinary action.
6-23. Uniform and Dress Rules 6-23. Uniform and Dress Rules
a. Detainee uniforms will be worn as a duty/work .
uniform, with the outer shirt worn untucked. a. If a detainee uniform is damaged or does not fit
b. The wearing of sleeves rolled up or worn down is properly, the detainee must notify his guard
not authorized. Trousers will be the proper length and immediately.
worn properly (waistband worn at the waist; not on the b. Mutilation or unauthorized alteration of clothing
hips or buttocks), rolling of the legs are not authorized,
and they will not be cuffed. If a detainee uniform is
damaged or does not fit properly, the detainee must
notify his Block Guard immediately. Display of any
items outside the uniform pockets is prohibited (e.g.,
handkerchief).
c. Mutilation or unauthorized alteration of clothing
(i.e., tapering of trousers and cutting/tearing of T- (i.e., tapering of trousers and cutting/tearing of T-
shirts) or making unauthorized markings or lettering on shirts) or making unauthorized markings or lettering on
any part of the uniform is prohibited. Clothing will be any part of the uniform is prohibited.
worn in the manner for which it was designed. There c. Detainees within camps 1,2 and 3, regardless of
will be no additional creases in the uniform. their discipline level or block assignment may remove
d. At a minimum, detainees will be dressed in PT their orange suit top while in their cell or while in
shorts, orange suit top and shower shoes. exercise.
d. Detainees who are scheduled for any appointment
will be dressed in long pants, orange top and shower
shoes.
e. Headbands, decorative beads, earrings, threads, e. Headbands, decorative beads, earrings, threads,
symbols, etc. or decorative clothing, are not authorized symbols, etc. or decorative clothing, are not authorized
for wear. for wear.
f. Religious apparel, when worn, will be neat and f. Religious apparel will be neat and conservative,
conservative, approved by the CJDOG, and concealed and concealed inside of the orange shirt at all times.
inside of the orange shirt at all times. For operational or For operational or safety reasons, the CJDOG may
safety reasons, the JDOG may place reasonable limits place reasonable limits on the wear of religious
on the wear of items of religious apparel. apparel.
6-24. Personal Hygiene and Appearance 6-24. Detainees with Prosthetics
a. Detainees are required to maintain good daily a. The medical staff is responsible for the
hygiene and a clean and groomed appearance at all following:
times. Detainees will shower. The detainee will ensure (1) Fitting detainees for prosthetic devices.
that their clothing is clean, neat and in good repair. (2) Acquiring proper footwear for detainees with
b. Fingernails will be kept clean and neatly prosthetic legs.
trimmed. Fingernails will not extend past the end of the (3) Training each amputee utilizing prosthetics.
fingertips. b. The guards are responsible for monitoring
c. Detainee’s hair will be clean and neatly groomed detainees with prosthetics for potential misuse or
at all times. Extreme or fad style haircuts or hairstyles malicious intent.
are not authorized. c. Once detainees have met the required capability
d. Detainees are not allowed to color their hair. level, the detainee will be authorized to keep his
prosthetic leg(s) and/or arms in his cell.
d. Detainees will be briefed by medical personnel
on the rules for keeping his prosthetics on his person.
They will also be briefed on the actions that could
cause the limb to be taken from him.
e. Detainees with prosthetic legs will also receive
shoes for wear. All shoes will be slip-ons and no shoe
will be given to a detainee with laces.
f. Detainees with prosthetics will be given a bucket
to be used to assist in personal hygiene.
6-25. Detainees Requiring Walker and Bedside
Commodes
a. The medical staff is responsible for the
following:
(1) Insuring that detainees requiring the use of a
walker can function unassisted once given the walker
by a guard.
(2) Acquiring elevated commodes for detainees
unable to use the current toilet system.
(3) Training each detainee to be independent
within the regular cell.
b. The guards are responsible for the following:
(1) Providing walker(s) as needed by detainee
and retrieving the walker when it is not in use.
(2) Monitoring detainees with walkers and
elevated commodes, insuring the items are used
properly and not with malicious intent.
c. Each detainee will undergo training to insure that
he is capable of functioning with a walker and
unassisted by guards. If a detainee must use a walker
to get to the elevated commode, he should also be able
to dispose of the waste into the standard toilet without
assistance from the guards. If the commodes must be
confiscated or handled by a guard for any reason, the
detainee will empty the commode and guards will
retrieve it with gloves.
d. Medical personnel will brief detainees using
special accommodations on the rules for keeping an
elevated commode and using a walker in the cell.
e. Detainee hospital staff will provide training on
the use of the elevated commode. Hospital staff will
also work with detainees on moving from the bed
(rack) to the commode using the walker.
f. The detainee hospital will provide the commodes
and walkers. Guards will keep the walkers until
required by the detainee, and then give it to the
detainee. The guards will collect the walker after the
detainee is finished with its use.
6-26. Detainee comfort during inclement weather
a. During the period form 1 December thru 1 March
the MID Shift block NCO’s will ensure that all block
personnel working in camps 1, 2 and 3 place the
window flaps up at 2300 and bring them back down at
0500.
Chapter 7 Chapter 7
Sally Port Operations Sally Port Operations
7-1. Sally Ports 7-1. Sally Ports
a. Sally Port 1. Sally Port Gate 1 is located in a. Sally Port 1. Sally Port Gate 1 is located in
Camp #1, next to main roadway and is a Camp #1, next to main roadway and is the primary
pedestrian/vehicular sally port that will be utilized as pedestrian entrance into Camp Delta. The primary
the main pedestrian entrance and exit point for Camp mission is to keep the sally port secure and control
Delta. The primary mission is to keep the sally port movement through that area for official business only.
secure and control movement through that area for It is operational 24 hours per day and 7 days per week,
official business only. It is operational 24 hours per face to badge identification and stripe level access
day and 7 days per week. required upon entry and exit.
b. Sally Port 3. Sally Port Gate 3 is located in b. Sally Port 3. Sally Port Gate 3 is located in
Camp #1 and is a pedestrian/vehicular sally port. The Camp #1 and is a pedestrian/vehicular sally port. The
primary mission is to keep the sally port secure and primary mission is to keep the sally port secure and
control movement to the DOC and blocks for official control movement to the DOC and blocks for official
business only. It is operational 24 hours per day and 7 business only. It is operational 24 hours per day and 7
days per week. days per week, face to badge identification and stripe
level access required upon entry and exit. The only
exception is personnel physically escorting a detainee.
c. Sally Port 4. Sally Port Gate 4 is located in c. Sally Port 4. Sally Port Gate 4 is located in
Camp #1 and is a pedestrian/vehicular sally port. The Camp #1 and is a pedestrian/vehicular sally port. The
primary mission is to keep the sally port secure and primary mission is to keep the sally port secure and
control movement to Camp I blocks for official control movement to Camp 1 for official business only.
business only. It is operational 24 hours per day and 7 It is operational 24 hours per day and 7 days per week.
days per week.
d. Sally Port 8. Sally Port Gate 8 is located in d. Sally Port 8. Sally Port Gate 8 is located in
Camp #2, next to the main roadway and is a Camp 2,3 next to the main roadway and is the
pedestrian/vehicular sally port. When manned, the primary/vehicular sally port. The primary mission is
primary mission is to keep the sally port secure and to keep the sally port secure and control vehicular
control vehicular movement into and out of Camp movement into and out of Camp Delta. It is
Delta. It is operational from 0600 – 2200 hours 7 days operational from 0600 – 1900 hours 7 days per week,
per week. face to badge identification and stripe level access
required upon entry and exit.
e. Sally Port 9. Sally Port Gate 9 is located in e. Sally Port 9. Sally Port Gate 9 is located in
Camp #2 and is a pedestrian/vehicular sally port. The Camp 2,3 and is a pedestrian/vehicular sally port. The
primary mission is to keep the sally port secure and primary mission is to keep the sally port secure and
control movement blocks for official business only. It control movement within blocks for official business
is operational 24 hours per day and 7 days per week. only. It is operational 24 hours per day and 7 days per
week, face to badge identification and stripe level
access required upon entry and exit. The only
exception is personnel physically escorting a detainee.
f. Sally Port 10. Sally Port Gate 10 is located in f. Sally Port 10. Sally Port Gate 10 is located in
Camp #2 and is a pedestrian/vehicular sally port. The Camp 2,3 and is a pedestrian/vehicular sally port. The
primary mission is to keep the sally port secure and primary mission is to keep the sally port secure and
control movement to Camp II blocks for official control movement to Camp 2,3 blocks for official
business only. It is operational 24 hours per day and 7 business only. It is operational 24 hours per day and 7
days per week. days per week.
g. Detainee Medical Sally. The detainee Medical g. Detainee Medical Sally. The detainee Medical
Gate is located in Camp #1 and is ONLY a pedestrian Gate is located in Camp #1 and is ONLY a pedestrian
gate. The primary mission is to control movement into gate. The primary mission is to control movement into
the detainee Medical Clinic for official business only. the detainee Medical Clinic for official business only.
It is operational 24 hours per day and 7 days per week. It is operational 7 days a week during detainee sick call
h. JIIF Sally. The JIIF Gate is located in Camp #1, from 0830-1800 or during emergency conditions, and
directly across from the DOC, and is ONLY a requires face to badge identification and stripe level
pedestrian gate. The primary mission is to control access upon entry or exit.
movement into the JIIF for official business only. It is h. Roving Sally. The Roving Sallies are located in
operational 24 hours per day and 7 days per week. the causeway between the blocks in camps 1,2 and 3.
i. Roving Sally. The Roving Sallys are located in They are operational 24 hours per day and 7 days per
the causeway between the blocks in both camps. They week.
are operational 24 hours per day and 7 days per week. i. A map of Camp Delta is located in Appendix F
j. A map of Camp Delta is located in Appendix F
that contains the locations of the sally ports. that contains the locations of the sally ports.
j. When opening the sally port gates for food
service, contractor, supply, emergency, or military
vehicles, open both halves of the gate.
k. All sally ports are responsible for policing the
area within the sally port.
l. There is no loitering or socializing permitted in or
around the sally port.
7-2. Sally Ports 1 And 8 7-2. Sally Ports 1 And 8
a. Manning. Sally Port Gates 1 and 8 will have two a. Manning. Sally Port Gates 1 and 8 will have
MPs assigned to each gate, one NCOIC with one other three guards assigned to each gate, one NCOIC with
MP. two other guards.
b. Duties and Responsibilities. b. Duties and Responsibilities.
(1) NCOIC: (1) NCOIC:
(a) Ensure all assigned personnel are thoroughly (a) Ensure all assigned personnel are thoroughly
trained and familiar with all JTF-GTMO Regulations, trained and familiar with all JTF-GTMO Regulations,
SOPs, Policies, and Special Orders/Memorandums SOPs, Policies and Memorandums concerning Sally
concerning Sally Port activities. Also, oversee all of Port activities. Also, oversee all of that sally port’s
that sally port’s operations. operations.
(b) Directly responsible to the SOG for the (b) Directly responsible to SOG 3 for the
operation of the sally port gate including daily operation of the sally port gate including daily
functional management of the gates and overall functional management of the gates and overall
responsibility for their respective Camp Delta sally port responsibility for their respective Camp Delta sally port
gate. gate.
(c) Keep SOG and PL briefed on events. (c) Keep SOG 3 and PL briefed on events.
(d) Review the pass-on book from the last two (d) Review DIMS from the last two weeks, and
weeks, and be knowledgeable of all scheduled events be knowledgeable of all scheduled events (i.e. VIPs,
(i.e. VIPs, chow truck traffic, contractors, chow truck traffic, contractors, supply/laundry
supply/laundry vehicles, land-bridge missions, etc.). vehicles, land-bridge missions, etc.).
(e) Supervise pedestrian/vehicle searches. (e) Supervise pedestrian/vehicle searches.
(f) Ensure an inventory of all sensitive items, (f) Ensure an inventory of all sensitive items,
equipment, and keys upon assumption of duties. equipment, and keys upon assumption of duties.
(g) Ensure only one vehicle is allowed into the (g) Ensure only one vehicle is allowed into the
Sally Port at a time, entering or exiting. Sally Port at a time, entering or exiting.
c. Special Instructions. c. Special Instructions.
(1) Only one sally port gate will be open at any (1) Only one sally port gate will be open at any
given time during operations unless authorized by the given time during operations unless authorized by the
CO or JDOG with one exception; both gates will be CO or JDOG with one exception; both gates will be
opened for vehicles responding to emergency that are opened for vehicles responding to emergency that are
too long to enter the sally port in the normal manner too long to enter the sally port in the normal manner
(i.e. fire truck). (i.e. fire truck).
(2) Sally port personnel will notify the PL and/or (2) Sally port personnel will notify the PL, DOC
CO of DV/VIP visits. and CO of DV/VIP visits. Use the following call signs
for the following VIPs:
(a) Zulu 3 – any DV/VIP not listed here
(b) Zulu 2 – CJTF-GTMO
(c) Zulu 1 – DCJTF-GTMO
(d) Zulu Bravo – CJDOG
(e) Zulu – DCJDOG.
e. For all personnel and/or equipment that require e. For all personnel and/or equipment that require
an escort, log the escort request time the escort and the an escort, log the escort request time the escort and the
time the escort arrived. time the escort arrived.
f. Pedestrian entry/exit. f. Pedestrian entry/exit.
(1) Sally port personnel will: (1) Sally port personnel will:
(a) Keep the road in front of Sally Port #1 and (a) Keep the road in front of Sally Port #1 and
#8 clear of unnecessarily halted vehicles and large #8 clear of unnecessarily halted vehicles and large
groups of people. groups of people.
(b) Require identification from all personnel (b) Require identification and stripe level access
attempting to pass through to verify eligibility to pass from all personnel attempting to pass through..
through the sally port. (c) Require Courier Orders for all personnel
(c) Maintain a visitor’s logbook. Positively carrying a lock bag, containing classified materials.
identify all visitors, including escorted visitors; and (d) Maintain a visitor’s logbook and visitor badge
enter into the logbook. The logbook will contain the inventories. Positively identify all visitors, including
following information: Name, Rank of visitor, escorted visitors; and enter into the logbook. The
Organization, Escort Name, Rank and Organization, logbook will contain the following information: Name,
Date/Time In, Date/Time Out. rank of visitor, organization, escort team, rank and
(d) Conduct a hands-on badge check of all organization, date and time in, date and time out.
pedestrians entering or exiting the sally port. Deny (e) Conduct a face to badge check and stripe
access to Camp Delta if badges are expired or not level access of all pedestrians to include TCN’s
entering or exiting the sally port. Deny access to Camp
physically present. Reference the badge identification Delta if badges are expired or not physically present.
sheets in Appendix E to recognize the access level for Reference the badge identification sheets in Appendix
each individual entering the facility. Call for E to recognize the access level for each individual
appropriate escorts via Escort Control. entering the facility. Call for appropriate escorts via
(e) Check all bags entering/exiting the sally port Escort Control.
(f) Check all bags entering/exiting the sally port
gate. Ensure all government property has a property gate. Ensure all government property has a property
pass signed by appropriate personnel prior to exiting pass signed by appropriate personnel prior to exiting
the facility. Ensure the authorization for the entry of the facility. Ensure the authorization for the entry of
any device capable of recording/relaying information. any device capable of recording/relaying information.
Refer to the most updated access roster (i.e. PC Refer to the most updated access roster (i.e. PC
notebook, cell phone). To request an updated access notebook, pagers, cell phone or PDA’s). To request an
roster or clarification of authorization, call the DOC. updated access roster or clarification of authorization,
For an unauthorized item, complete a DA 4137 Chain call the DOC. For an unauthorized item, complete a
of Custody each item confiscated and kept at the sally DA 4137 Chain of Custody each item confiscated and
port until the property is claimed upon exiting the kept at the sally port until the property is claimed upon
facility. exiting the facility. All classified document pouches
(f) The PL will identify a random number of will be checked by feeling the bag for prohibited items.
searches at the beginning of each shift. Randomly If something suspicious is found, request that the
search the person identified by this number as they individual remove the item from the pouch for
enter the Camp Delta. If the number is 20, then search inspection.
every 20th (g) The on-duty CO will identify a random
person through the sally port. This search number of searches at the beginning of each shift.
will be a pat down search or a hand scanner search. Randomly search the person identified by this number
The search will be for items prohibited in the camp. as they enter and exit Camp Delta. If the number is 20,
This is in addition to the mandatory check of all bags then search every 20th
and carried items. person through the sally port.
g. There will be a new placard system put in place This search will be a pat down search or a hand scanner
to ensure efficiency of movement through the sally port search. The search will be for items prohibited in the
and offset confusion for vehicle access. The placards camp. This is in addition to the mandatory check of all
will come in four colors, each denoting access, as well bags and carried items.
as identification and search procedures. The four (h) Ensure all personnel leaving the facility
categories will be as follows: remove the tape covering their nametapes.
(1) Green: Use this color to denote military (i) Sally Port 1. This post is located in Camp I,
vehicles and those used to transport military personnel. next to the main roadway and is a pedestrian/vehicular
A soldier wearing the military Class A-C duty uniform Sally Port 1 is the main entrance and exit point for
will drive vehicles with this placard. Proof of Camp Delta. The primary mission is to keep the sally
identification in the form of the JTF-GTMO port secure and control movement through that area for
identification card will be the only access media
required for entry. No escort is required with this
vehicle. Allow vehicles with this placard access
through either Sally Port 1 or Sally Port 8. Consider all
emergency vehicles in this category. Base Security
will still have to secure their weapons in the pistol
lockboxes in SP 1.
(2) Yellow: Use this color to denote non-tactical
government vehicles used on a regular basis in and out
of Camp Delta. Examples of these vehicles will be
chow vehicles as well as Supply/R&U vehicles. JTF-
GTMO identification as well as a cursory vehicle
search will be required for all vehicles with this placard
each time the vehicle enters the Sally Port. No escort
is required with this vehicle. Allow vehicles with this
placard access to Camp Delta through Sally Port 8.
(3) Purple: Use this color to denote contractor
vehicles. Examples of these vehicles are Kvaerner,
Brown and Root etc. A systematic search of these
vehicles is required, encompassing both the underside
and interior of the vehicle. An escort is required for
these vehicles before allowing access to Camp Delta.
Access to Camp Delta will be through Sally Port 8 for
vehicles with this placard.
(4) White: This is a temporary placard and will
have a DTG written on the placard. These placards are
valid for no longer than 8 hours. The DOC will
approve any issuance of a temporary placard. Only
Sally Port 8 will issue temporary placards. A
systematic search is required, encompassing both the
underside and interior of the vehicle. An escort is
required for these vehicles before allowing access to
Camp Delta. The escorts will ensure that the vehicle is
out of the camp before the DTG expires on the placard.
Access to Camp Delta will be through Sally Port 8 for
vehicles with this placard.
(5) The DOC will issue all placards except white
ones. To receive a placard, the OIC of the organization
requesting a placard will send to the JDOG S-3 a
memorandum from for approval. The memorandum
must contain organization, type of vehicle, license plate
number for civilian vehicles, bumper number for
military vehicles, and reason for access.
(6) Placards will be valid for 90 days from date
of issue. Turn in the expired placard to the DOC
before issuing a new placard unless it is an initial issue.
(7) When discovered, report lost placards to the
JDOG S-3. Send a new request memorandum to the
JDOG S-3 for approval.
(8) A red front license plate with a star on it
denoting a General Officer’s vehicle will be the
equivalent of a green placard. This access will not
expire at any time.
h. Sally Port 1. This post is located in Camp I, next
to the main roadway and is a pedestrian/vehicular Sally
Port 1 is the main entrance and exit point for Camp
Delta. The primary mission is to keep the sally port
secure and control movement through that area for
official business only. This post will be manned 24/7. official business only. This post will be manned 24/7.
(1) The only vehicles allowed past Sally Port 1 (1) The only vehicles allowed past Sally Port 1
are those that have a requirement to be inside the camp. are those that have a requirement and deemed mission
These vehicles will have a green placard. Do not allow related. The only exceptions will be emergency
vehicles with any other color placard access through
Sally Port 1. The only exceptions will be emergency
vehicles (fire, ambulance, police), those transporting vehicles (fire, ambulance, police), those transporting
VIP (JDOG and higher), and mission specific. Shift VIP (JDOG and higher), and mission specific or if
Change vehicles will park across the street on the Sally Port 8 is closed for repairs or an accident. Shift
shoulder, offset from the entrance for loading and change vehicles may stop and wait along the bus
offloading of personnel, ensuring that the roadway is turnaround road in front of Sally Port 1. The driver
not blocked. Being a military or government vehicle in must stay with the vehicle. No vehicle will be left
itself is not a sufficient reason for access into the camp. unattended on the concrete pad across from sally port 1
(2) The sentry will keep the road in front of the or anywhere on the bus turn around area. Report any
violators to the DOC. Being a military or government
vehicle in itself is not a sufficient reason for access into
the camp.
(2) The guard will keep the road in front of the
sally port clear of unnecessarily halted vehicles and sally port clear of unnecessarily halted vehicles and
large groups of people. The sally port sentry will large groups of people. The sally port guard will
require identification from all personnel attempting to require face to badge identification and stripe level
gain access to Camp Delta. Sally Port 1 will maintain access from all personnel attempting to gain access to
Camp Delta. Sally Port 1 will maintain a visitor’s
a visitor’s logbook. All visitors, including escorted logbook. All visitors, including escorted visitors; will
visitors; will be positively identified and entered into be positively identified and entered into the logbook.
the logbook. The logbook will contain the following The logbook will contain the following information:
information: Name, rank, organization, escort name Name, rank, organization, escort name and rank, DTG
and rank, DTG in, DTG out, and ID of Block Guard in, DTG out, and ID of guard entering data. All
entering data. All pedestrian personnel will enter pedestrian personnel will enter Camp Delta through
Camp Delta through this sally port. this sally port. No vehicle may be left unattended on
the concrete pad across from Sally Port 1 or anywhere
on the bus turn around area. Report any violators to
the DOC.
(3) Sally Port 1 personnel will contact the DOC (3) Sally Port 1 personnel will contact the DOC
or SOG if they have questions about Sally Port 1 or SOG 3 if they have questions about Sally Port 1
operations. operations.
(4) The PL will identify a random number of (4) The on-duty CO will identify a random
persons to be searched at the beginning of each shift. number of persons to be searched at the beginning of
each shift.
(5) Contraband IAW Camp Delta SOP will be (5) Contraband IAW Camp Delta SOP will be
cross-referenced against the access roster for Camp cross-referenced against the access roster for Camp
Delta. Once checked items still classified as Delta. Checked items still classified, as contraband
contraband will be stored in the bins located in Sally will be returned to the individuals vehicle, or place of
Port 1. A chain of custody sheet will be completed residence. If the entering individual does not have
before MP retains positive control of the item. access to a vehicle the contraband will be stored in the
Contraband items will be returned upon the visitors bins located in Sally Port 1. A chain of custody sheet
exit from Camp Delta. The chain of custody sheet will will be completed before the guard retains positive
be maintained in the custody binder for two months. control of the item. Contraband items will be returned
upon the visitors exit from Camp Delta. The chain of
custody sheet will be maintained in the custody binder
for two months.
(6) Escort control will provide escorts for (6) Escort control will provide escorts for
individuals requiring access to Camp Delta who must individuals requiring access to Camp Delta who must
be escorted. The only exception to this is individuals be escorted. The only exception to this is individuals
who are traveling with personnel that have unescorted who are traveling with personnel that have unescorted
access badges will be allowed to sign in and be access badges will be allowed to sign in and be
escorted by those they are traveling with (if an escorted by those they are traveling with (if an
interpreter has an escort only badge and is traveling interpreter has an escort only badge and is traveling
with FBI personnel that have unescorted access; the with FBI personnel that have unescorted access; the
interpreter will be escorted by the personnel that have interpreter will be escorted by the personnel that have
unescorted access badges). unescorted access badges).
(7) All personnel will have access badges (7) All personnel will have access badges
checked upon entering and exiting Camp Delta. checked upon entering and exiting Camp Delta.
i. Sally Port 8. This post is located in Camp II, (8) There will be no loitering or socializing
next to the main roadway and is strictly a vehicular permitted in or around the sally port.
entrance and exit point. Sally Port 8 is the main (9) Ensure all personnel leaving Camp Delta
entrance and exit point for contractor and supply remove the tape from their nametape.
vehicles. The primary mission is to keep the sally port i. Sally Port 8. This post is located in Camp 2,3,
secure and control movement through that area for next to the main roadway and is primarily a vehicular,
official business only. This post will be manned from and contractor entrance and exit point. Sally Port 8 is
0600-2000 seven days a week. This is the only post the main entrance and exit point for contractor and
where temporary placards will be issued and collected. supply vehicles. The only vehicles allowed past Sally
(1) The only vehicles allowed access through this Port 8 are those that have a requirement and deemed
sally port are those with yellow, purple, and temporary mission related. The primary mission is to keep the
placards. VIPs and emergency vehicles will be sally port secure and control movement through that
allowed unimpeded access through the sally port after area for official business only. This post will be
checking for proper access media. manned from 0600-1900 seven days a week.
(2) The search of the chow vehicle will be a (1) The search of the chow vehicle will be a quick
quick search of the underside and interior of the search of the underside and interior of the vehicle. At
vehicle. At no time will the food containers be opened no time will the food containers be opened and
and searched. All other vehicles will be searched IAW searched. All other vehicles will be searched IAW
SOP. Refer to paragraphs 7-2.g and 7-2.j. SOP. Refer to paragraphs 7-2.g and 7-2.j.
(3) Pedestrians will not be allowed access (2) Pedestrians will not be allowed access
through this sally port. The only exceptions are through this sally port. The only exceptions are
escorted contractors. escorted contractors.
(4) All personnel will have access media checked (3 All personnel will have access media checked
prior to entering and exiting the sally port. All escorted prior to entering and exiting the sally port. All escorted
badge holders will be searched prior to entering and badge holders will be searched prior to entering and
exiting Camp Delta. This search will be conducted exiting Camp Delta. This search will be conducted
using either the hand held metal detector or a pat down using either the hand held metal detector or a pat down
search. Any contraband found will be returned to the search. Any contraband found will be returned to the
person and the person will not be allowed access person and the person will not be allowed access
through Sally Port 8. Personnel with contraband will through Sally Port 8. Personnel with contraband will
be directed to enter Camp Delta through Sally Port 1. be directed to enter Camp Delta through Sally Port 1.
(4) Guards will ascertain the following
information upon the arrival of vendors and
contractors:
(a) Name of individuals in the vehicle
(b) Company
(c) Nature of business
(d) Description of the vehicle and the license
plate number
(e) Contents of any freight
(f) Time of arrival
(5) Sally Port 8 will contact the DOC for escorts. (5) Sally Port 8 will contact the DOC for escorts.
Personnel requiring escort will not be allowed access to Personnel requiring escort will not be allowed access to
Camp Delta until escort arrives. Camp Delta until escort arrives.
(6) Sally Port 8 will contact DOC or the SOG 2 if (6) Sally Port 8 will contact DOC or the SOG 2 if
they have questions about Sally Port 8 operations. they have questions about Sally Port 8 operations.
(7) In the event that Sally Port 8 is closed for
repairs or due to damage, Sally Port 8 will notify Sally
Port 1 that they can no longer accept vehicles. Once
the sally port is put back into operation, Sally Port 8
will notify Sally Port 1 that they are back in operation.
(8) Upon the departure of the vendor or
contractor, the
j. Inspections will be conducted upon entry and exit j. Inspections will be conducted upon entry and exit
of all vehicles as required by placard. Sally port sentry of all vehicles as required by placard. Sally port
will: personnel will:
(1) Gain a positive identification of the driver and (1) Gain a positive identification of the driver and
any passengers prior to opening the gate. any passengers prior to opening the gate.
(2) Open exterior gate and allow vehicle to enter (2) Open exterior gate and allow vehicle to enter
the sally port. the sally port.
(3) Instruct driver to place the vehicle in park, (3) Instruct driver to place the vehicle in park,
engage the emergency brake, stop engine, and exit the engage the emergency brake, stop engine, and exit the
vehicle (including passengers). Collect identification vehicle (including passengers). Collect identification
badge(s). Upon exiting, the MP will instruct the driver badge(s). Upon exiting, the guard will instruct the
to open all doors, hood, trunk, and tailgate, or any other driver to open all doors, hood, trunk, and tailgate, or
compartment(s) to be searched. any other compartment(s) to be searched.
(4) Log vehicle information to include time-in, (4) Log vehicle information to include time-in,
tag number, driver’s name, organization, destination, tag number, driver’s name, organization, destination,
and purpose of visit. and purpose of visit.
(5) MPs will systematically search the vehicle by (5) MPs will systematically search the vehicle by
examining the interior, exterior, top, underneath hoods, examining the interior, exterior, top, underneath hoods,
in trunks, and the undercarriage. Search the vehicle in trunks, and the undercarriage. Search the vehicle
using the following pattern: using the following pattern:
(a) Behind and under the seats (a) Behind and under the seats
(b) Under the dashboard (b) Under the dashboard
(c) Glove and tool compartments (c) Glove and tool compartments
skipping to change at line 2998 skipping to change at line 3607
and items not needed for the incoming personnel to and items not needed for the incoming personnel to
conduct their business within the facility. If an item is conduct their business within the facility. If an item is
not authorized or unnecessary, a DA 4137 chain of not authorized or unnecessary, a DA 4137 chain of
custody will be done for each item confiscated and kept custody will be done for each item confiscated and kept
at the sally port until the property is claimed upon at the sally port until the property is claimed upon
exiting the facility. Tools and loose equipment exiting the facility. Tools and loose equipment
entering the facility in a vehicle must be accounted for entering the facility in a vehicle must be accounted for
upon exiting. RESOLVE ALL DISCREPANCIES upon exiting. RESOLVE ALL DISCREPANCIES
BEFORE ALLOWING THE VEHICLE TO EXIT. BEFORE ALLOWING THE VEHICLE TO EXIT.
When in doubt, call for the SOG, PL, or DOC. When in doubt, call for the SOG, PL, or DOC.
(7) Upon completion of the vehicle search, the (7) Upon completion of the vehicle search, the
driver and passenger(s) will re-enter the vehicle. An driver and passenger(s) will re-enter the vehicle. A
MP will open interior sally port gate and allow vehicle guard will open interior sally port gate and allow
to access Camp Delta. vehicle to access Camp Delta. Sally port personnel
will be ensure vehicle operators wear seatbelts and
adhere to the 5 MPH camp speed limit.
k. Emergencies will take priority over all other k. Emergencies will take priority over all other
ongoing sally port operations. It is the responsibility of ongoing sally port operations. It is the responsibility of
the sally port guards to stop all traffic though the sally the sally port guards to stop all traffic though the sally
port that will hinder the entry/exit of emergency port that will hinder the entry/exit of emergency
vehicles. vehicles.
l. Emergency Vehicles. l. Emergency Vehicles.
(1) The entry and exit of emergency vehicles (1) The entry and exit of emergency vehicles
such as Base Security, fire trucks, ambulance will be such as Base Security, fire trucks, ambulance will be
brought to the attention of DOC immediately via radio brought to the attention of DOC immediately via land
or runner. line or saber radio.
(2) Emergency vehicles will be logged in and out. (2) Emergency vehicles will be logged in and out.
(3) Vehicles responding to an emergency within (3) Vehicles responding to an emergency within
Camp Delta will be expeditiously searched upon Camp Delta will be expeditiously searched upon
entering and exiting the facility. In an expeditious entering and exiting the facility. In an expeditious
search, guards will quickly verify identification badges search, guards will quickly verify identification badges
of emergency personnel and allow them to pass of emergency personnel and allow them to pass
through the Sally Port. They will verify same number through the Sally Port. They will verify same number
of personnel exiting that came in with the vehicle and of personnel exiting that came in with the vehicle and
that no additional personnel leave with it. Detainee that no additional personnel leave with it. Detainee
patients leaving in an ambulance for NAVBASE patients leaving in an ambulance for NAVBASE
Hospital will be accounted for and verified through Hospital will be accounted for and verified through
DOC after the ambulance has been allowed to leave. DOC after the ambulance has been allowed to leave.
Ambulances transporting detainees in and out of Camp Ambulances transporting detainees in and out of Camp
Delta will not be searched. It is the responsibility of Delta will not be searched. It is the responsibility of
the MP medical escort teams to conduct searches of the the medical escort teams to conduct searches of the
ambulances. In cases where there is no MP escort team ambulances. In cases where there is no escort team
present in the ambulance, sally port guards will search present in the ambulance, sally port guards will search
the ambulance upon entering or exiting Camp Delta. the ambulance upon entering or exiting Camp Delta.
Necessary medical treatment instruments will not be Necessary medical treatment instruments will not be
seized or delay the ambulance’s entry or exit through a seized or delay the ambulance’s entry or exit through a
sally port. sally port.
(4) Vehicles responding to an emergency in will (4) Vehicles responding to an emergency in will
enter Camp Delta through Sally Port 8 and exit Camp enter Camp Delta through Sally Port 8 and exit Camp
Delta through Sally Port 1. Delta through Sally Port 1.
(5) In the event that large emergency vehicles (5) In the event that large emergency vehicles
must pass through the sally port (i.e. fire truck), both must pass through the sally port (i.e. fire truck), both
interior and exterior gates will be opened to allow entry interior and exterior gates will be opened to allow entry
and exit. and exit.
(a) When entering, guards will expeditiously (a) When entering, guards will expeditiously
verify identification badges of emergency personnel verify identification badges of emergency personnel
and allow them to pass through the sally port. Upon and allow them to pass through the sally port. Upon
exiting, the vehicle will be searched prior to entering exiting, the vehicle will be searched prior to entering
the sally port with the exception of escorted the sally port with the exception of escorted
ambulances. Sentries will verify same number of ambulances. Guards will verify same number of
personnel exiting that came in with the vehicle and that personnel exiting that came in with the vehicle and that
no additional personnel leave with it. RESOLVE ALL no additional personnel leave with it. RESOLVE ALL
DISCREPANCIES BEFORE ALLOWING THE DISCREPANCIES BEFORE ALLOWING THE
VEHICLE TO EXIT. After search, both gates will VEHICLE TO EXIT. After search, both gates will be
again be opened to allow the vehicle to exit. opened to allow the vehicle to exit.
m.Land Bridge missions will take priority over all m.Detainee Movement Operation (DMO) missions
other ongoing sally port operations except will take priority over all other ongoing sally port
emergencies. It is the responsibility of the sally port operations except emergencies. It is the responsibility
guards to stop all traffic though the sally port that will of the sally port guards to stop all traffic though the
hinder the entry/exit of Land Bridge vehicles. sally port that will hinder the entry/exit of DMO
n. Upon receipt of a Land Bridge mission, all vehicles.
direction will be taken from JDOG personnel and the n. Upon receipt of a DMO mission, all direction
CO. An ETA will be provided to Sally Port 1 as the will be taken from JDOG personnel and the CO. An
Land Bridge vehicles are enroute to Camp Delta. ETA will be provided to Sally Port 1, as the DMO
vehicles are enroute to Camp Delta.
7-3. Sally Ports 3 And 9 7-3. Sally Ports 3 And 9
a. Manning. Sally Port Gates 3 and 9 will have one a. Manning. Sally Port Gates 3 and 9 will have one
soldier assigned to each gate. Any soldier attached to soldier assigned to each gate.
JTF-GTMO with a secret security clearance may work b. . Duties and responsibilities. One soldier
the gate. assigned will:
b. Duties and responsibilities. One soldier assigned
will:
(1) Be directly responsible to the SOG for the (1) Be directly responsible to the SOG for the
operation of the sally port gate including daily operation of the sally port gate including daily
functional management of the gates and overall functional management of the gates and overall
responsibility for their respective Camp Delta sally port responsibility for their respective Camp Delta sally port
gate. gate.
(2) Keep SOG and PL briefed on events. (2) Keep SOG and PL briefed on events.
(3) Conduct hands on ID check of all personnel (3) Conduct face to badge identification and
entering. stripe level access check of all personnel entering. The
only exception to this is personnel physically escorting
a detainee.
(4) Ensure an inventory of all sensitive items, (4) Ensure an inventory of all sensitive items,
equipment, and keys upon assumption of duties. equipment, and keys upon assumption of duties.
(5) Ensure only one vehicle is allowed to enter or (5) Ensure only one vehicle is allowed to enter or
exit the Sally Port at a time. exit the Sally Port at a time.
c. Special Instructions. c. Special Instructions.
(1) Only one sally port gate will be open at any (1) Only one sally port gate will be open at any
given time during operations unless authorized by the given time during operations unless authorized by the
CO or JDOG with one exception; both gates will be CO or JDOG with one exception; both gates will be
opened for vehicles responding to emergency that are opened for vehicles responding to emergency that are
too long to enter the sally port in the normal manner too long to enter the sally port in the normal manner
(i.e. fire truck). (i.e. fire truck).
(2) Sally port personnel will notify the PL and/or (2) Sally port personnel will notify the DOC of
CO of DV/VIP visits. DV/VIP visits.
d. Pedestrian entry/exit. Soldier assigned will: d. Pedestrian entry/exit. Soldier assigned will:
(1) Keep the alleyway in front of the sally port (1) Keep the alleyway in front of the sally port
clear of unnecessarily halted vehicles and large groups clear of unnecessarily halted vehicles and large groups
of people. of people.
(2) Require identification from all personnel (2) Require identification and stripe level access
attempting to pass through to verify eligibility to pass from all personnel attempting to pass through to verify
through the sally port. eligibility.
(3) Conduct a hands-on badge check of all (3) Conduct a hands-on badge check of all
pedestrians entering the sally port. Access to Camp pedestrians entering the sally port. Access to Camp
Delta is denied if badges are expired or not physically Delta is denied if badges are expired or not physically
present ensuring that personnel requiring escorts enter present ensuring that personnel requiring escorts enter
with the escort(s). Reference the badge identification with the escort(s). Reference the badge identification
sheet to recognize the access level for each individual sheet to recognize the access level for each individual
entering the facility. entering the facility.
e. Vehicle entry/exit. All vehicles may enter and e. Vehicle entry/exit. All vehicles may enter and
exit Camp I and block areas through Sally Ports 3 and exit Camp 1 and block areas through Sally Ports 3 and
This includes and is not limited to the following: 9. This includes and is not limited to the following:
(1) Contractor (1) Contractor
(2) Food service (2) Food service
(3) Gators and golf carts (3) Gators
(4) Emergency (4) Emergency
(5) Fuel (5) Fuel
(6) Garbage (6) Garbage
f. Emergencies will take priority over all other f. Emergencies will take priority over all other
ongoing sally port operations. It is the responsibility of ongoing sally port operations. It is the responsibility of
the sally port sentry to stop all traffic though the sally the sally port sentry to stop all traffic though the sally
port that will hinder the entry/exit of emergency port that will hinder the entry/exit of emergency
vehicles. vehicles.
g. Emergency Vehicles. g. Emergency Vehicles.
(1) The entry and exit of emergency vehicles (1) The entry and exit of emergency vehicles
such as Base Security, fire trucks, ambulance will be such as Base Security, fire trucks, ambulance will be
brought to the attention of the DOC immediately via brought to the attention of the DOC immediately via
radio or runner. radio or runner.
(2) In the event that large emergency vehicles (2) In the event that large emergency vehicles
must pass through the sally port (i.e. fire truck), both must pass through the sally port (i.e. fire truck), both
interior and exterior gates will be opened to allow entry interior and exterior gates will be opened to allow entry
and exit. and exit.
7-4. Sally Ports 4 And 10 7-4. Sally Ports 4 And 10
a. Manning. Sally Port Gates 4 and 10 will have a. Manning. Sally Port Gates 4 and 10 will have
one soldier assigned to each gate. Any soldier attached one soldier assigned to each gate.
to the JTF-GTMO with a secret security clearance may b. Duties and responsibilities. One soldier
work the gate. assigned will:
b. Duties and responsibilities. One soldier assigned
will:
(1) Directly responsible to the SOG for the (1) Directly responsible to the SOG for the
operation of the sally port gate including daily operation of the sally port gate including daily
functional management of the gates and overall functional management of the gates and overall
responsibility for their respective Camp Delta sally port responsibility for their respective Camp Delta sally port
gate. gate.
(2) Keep SOG and PL briefed on events. (2) Keep SOG and PL briefed on events.
(3) Ensure an inventory of all sensitive items, (3) Ensure an inventory of all sensitive items,
equipment, and keys upon assumption of duties. equipment, and keys upon assumption of duties.
(4) Ensure only one vehicle is allowed into the (4) Ensure only one vehicle is allowed into the
sally port at a time, entering or exiting. sally port at a time, entering or exiting.
(5) Sally Port 4 will be responsible for opening
and closing the sally port gate to the Brown and
Yellow buildings. Sally Port 10 will be responsible for
opening and closing the sally port gate to Gold
building.
c. Special Instructions. c. Special Instructions.
(1) Only one sally port gate will be open at any (1) Only one sally port gate will be open at any
given time during operations unless authorized by the given time during operations unless authorized by the
CO or JDOG with one exception; both gates will be CO or JDOG with one exception; both gates will be
opened for vehicles responding to emergency or are too opened for vehicles responding to emergency or are too
long to enter the sally port in the normal manner (i.e. long to enter the sally port in the normal manner (i.e.
fire truck, chow truck). fire truck, chow truck).
(2) Sally port personnel will notify the PL and/or (2) Sally port personnel will notify the DOC
CO of DV/VIP visits. DV/VIP visits.
d. Pedestrian entry/exit. Soldier assigned will keep d. Pedestrian entry/exit. Soldier assigned will keep
the alleyway in front of the sally port clear of the alleyway in front of the sally port clear of
unnecessarily halted vehicles and large groups of unnecessarily halted vehicles and large groups of
people. people.
e. Vehicle entry/exit. All vehicles may enter and e. Vehicle entry/exit. All vehicles may enter and
exit Camp I and Camp II block areas through Sally exit block areas through Sally Ports 4 and 10. This
Ports 4 and 10. This includes and IS limited to the includes and is limited to the following:
following:
(1) Contractor (1) Contractor
(2) Food service (2) Food service
(3) Gators and golf carts (3) Gators
(4) Emergency (4) Emergency
(5) Fuel (5) Fuel
(6) Garbage (6) Garbage
f. Emergencies will take priority over all other f. Emergencies will take priority over all other
ongoing sally port operations. It is the responsibility of ongoing sally port operations. It is the responsibility of
the sally port sentry to stop all traffic though the sally the sally port sentry to stop all traffic though the sally
port that will hinder the entry/exit of emergency port that will hinder the entry/exit of emergency
vehicles. vehicles.
g. Emergency Vehicles. g. Emergency Vehicles.
(1) The entry and exit of emergency vehicles (1) The entry and exit of emergency vehicles
such as Base Security, fire trucks, ambulance will be such as Base Security, fire trucks, ambulance will be
brought to the attention of the DOC immediately via brought to the attention of the DOC immediately via
radio or runner. radio or runner.
(2) In the event that large emergency vehicles (2) In the event that large emergency vehicles
must pass through the sally port (i.e. fire truck), both must pass through the sally port (i.e. fire truck), both
interior and exterior gates will be opened to allow entry interior and exterior gates will be opened to allow entry
and exit. and exit.
7-5. Detainee Medical Clinic Gate 7-5. Detainee Medical Clinic Gate
a. Manning. The detainee Medical Gate will have a. Manning. The detainee Medical Gate will have
one soldier assigned. Any soldier attached to JTF- one soldier assigned.
GTMO with a secret security clearance may work the b. Duties and responsibilities. One Soldier
gate. assigned will:
b. Duties and responsibilities. One Soldier assigned
will:
(1) Directly responsible to the SOG for the (1) Directly responsible to the SOG for the
operation of the gate including daily functional operation of the gate including daily functional
management of the gate and overall responsibility. management of the gate and overall responsibility.
(2) Keep SOG and PL briefed on events. (2) Keep SOG and PL briefed on events.
(3) Ensure an inventory of all sensitive items, (3) Ensure an inventory of all sensitive items,
equipment, and keys upon assumption of duties. equipment, and keys upon assumption of duties.
c. Special Instructions. Gate personnel will notify c. Special Instructions. Gate personnel will notify
the PL and/or CO of DV/VIP visits to detainee Medical the DOC of DV/VIP visits to detainee Medical Clinic.
Clinic.
d. Pedestrian entry/exit. Soldier assigned will:
(a) Keep the alleyway in front of the gate clear of
unnecessarily halted vehicles and large groups of
people.
(b) Ensure personnel entering have official
business and/or orders.
e. Emergencies will take priority over all other
ongoing gate operations. It is the responsibility of the
sentry to stop all traffic though the gate that will hinder
the entry/exit of emergency personnel.
7-6. JIIF Gate
a. Manning. The JIIF Gate will have one soldier
assigned. Any soldier attached to the JTF with a secret
security clearance may work the gate.
b. Duties and responsibilities. One Soldier assigned
will:
(1) Directly responsible to the SOG for the
operation of the gate including daily functional
management of the gate and overall responsibility.
(2) Keep SOG and PL briefed on events.
(3) Ensure an inventory of all sensitive items,
equipment, and keys upon assumption of duties.
c. Special Instructions.
(1) Gate sentry will keep a working Staff Duty
Log annotating all detainees requested by the JIIF
passing through the gate. Include detainee cell number
and ISN.
(2) Gate sentry will notify the PL and/or DFC of
DV/VIP visits to JIIF.
d. Pedestrian entry/exit. Soldier assigned will: d. Pedestrian entry/exit. Soldier assigned will:
(a) Keep the alleyway in front of the gate clear of (a) Keep the alleyway in front of the gate clear of
unnecessarily halted vehicles and large groups of unnecessarily halted vehicles and large groups of
people. people.
(b) Ensure personnel entering have official (b) Ensure personnel entering have official
business and/or orders. business and/or orders, face to badge identification
required upon entry or exit.
e. Emergencies will take priority over all other e. Emergencies will take priority over all other
ongoing gate operations. It is the responsibility of the ongoing gate operations. It is the responsibility of the
sentry to stop all traffic though the gate that will hinder guard to stop all traffic though the gate that will hinder
the entry/exit of emergency personnel. the entry/exit of emergency personnel.
7-7. Roving Sally 7-6. Roving Sally
a. Manning. The Roving Sally will have two a. Manning. The Roving Sally will have two
soldiers assigned. Any soldier attached to the JTF- soldiers assigned. Any soldier attached to the JTF-
GTMO with a secret security clearance may work the GTMO with a secret security clearance or that has
gate. signed a non-disclosure statement may work the gate.
b. Duties and responsibilities. The two soldiers b. Duties and responsibilities.
assigned will:
(1) Directly responsible to the SOG for the (1) Directly responsible to the SOG for the
operation of the gates including daily functional operation of the gates including daily functional
management of the gate and overall responsibility. management of the gate and overall responsibility.
(2) Keep SOG and PL briefed on events. (2) Keep SOG and PL briefed on events.
(3) Ensure an inventory of all sensitive items, (3) Ensure an inventory of all sensitive items,
equipment, and keys upon assumption of duties. equipment, and keys upon assumption of duties.
(4) Ensure the IRF team equipment is organized
neatly and maintained.
c. Special Instructions. c. Special Instructions.
(1) In the event of an IRF team request, the (1) In the event of an IRF team request, the
Roving Sally will ensure as IRF team members leave Roving Sally will ensure as IRF team members leave
the blocks, that they open the gates as quickly as the blocks, that they open the gates as quickly as
possible. IRF team and support members have priority possible. IRF team and support members have priority
for gate openings. for gate openings.
(2) In the event of fire, Roving Sally will ensure (2) In the event of fire, Roving Sally will ensure
the centrally located fire extinguishers are placed in the centrally located fire extinguishers are placed in
between the sally port gates of the affected block(s). between the sally port gates of the affected block(s).
d. Pedestrian entry/exit. Soldier assigned will: d. Pedestrian entry/exit. Soldier assigned will:
(a) Keep the central causeway clear of (a) Keep the central causeway clear of
unnecessarily halted vehicles and large groups of unnecessarily halted vehicles and large groups of
people. people.
(b) Ensure personnel entering have official (b) Ensure personnel entering have official
business and/or orders. business and/or orders.
e. Emergencies will take priority over all other e. Emergencies will take priority over all other
ongoing gate operations. It is the responsibility of the ongoing gate operations. It is the responsibility of the
sentry to stop all traffic though the gate that will hinder guard to stop all traffic though the gate that will hinder
the entry/exit of emergency personnel. the entry/exit of emergency personnel.
7-8. Weapon Boxes 7-7. Weapon Boxes
a. Weapon boxes at main entry sally ports will be a. Weapon boxes located at sally ports 1 and 8 will
used to store handguns, mace, OC, knives, or any other be used to store handguns, mace, OC, knives, or any
small weapons not authorized to enter the facility. other small weapons not authorized to enter the facility.
b. Sally port guards will perform the following tasks b. Sally port guards will perform the following tasks
if an unauthorized weapon is carried into the sally port if an unauthorized weapon is carried into the sally port
and the personnel who is in possession, needs to enter and the personnel who is in possession, needs to enter
the facility: the facility:
(1) Inform the personnel that the unauthorized (1) Inform the personnel that the unauthorized
item is not allowed into the facility. item is not allowed into the facility.
(2) Issue a weapon box key to personnel from the (2) Issue a weapon box key to personnel from the
key box using Form 5513-R. key box using Form 5513-R.
(3) Inform personnel to place the item(s) in the (3) Inform personnel to place the item(s) in the
weapon box. weapon box.
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c. When personnel return to the sally port and are c. When personnel return to the sally port and are
ready to exit the facility, the following steps will take ready to exit the facility, the following steps will take
place: place:
(1) Remove weapon box key from their person (1) Remove weapon box key from their person
and open the appropriate gun box. and open the appropriate gun box.
(2) Removes item(s) from the weapon box. (2) Removes item(s) from the weapon box.
(3) Secure item(s) on their person. (3) Secure item(s) on their person.
(4) Close gun box and remove weapon box key. (4) Close gun box and remove weapon box key.
(5) Return key to the sally port guard. (5) Return key to the sally port guard.
d. Sally port guard logs weapon box key back in on d. Sally port guard logs weapon box key back in on
Form 5513-R, returns key to key box and secures key Form 5513-R, returns key to the key box and secures
box. key box.
e. Sally port guard logs personnel out of facility. e. Sally port guard logs personnel out of facility.
7-8 Camp Delta Badge Identification Procedures
a. All Camp Delta badges are issued and accounted
for by the JDOG S-2.
b. Each incoming unit will forward a copy of their
unit-manning roster to the JDOG S-2 for badge issue.
c. JDOG S-2 will produce badges for each soldier
based upon position and level of access required.
d. Soldiers will sign for their badge directly from
the S-2.
e. It is the soldiers’ responsibility to maintain
accountability of their badge once issued.
f. Lost, stolen, destroyed or damaged badges will
be reported through the soldier’s chain of command
immediately upon discovery. A DA Form 2823 (sworn
statement) will be completed by the soldier. JDOG S2
is the only re-issue authority for a lost, stolen,
destroyed and/or damaged badge.
. g. The default badge will be the RED badge.
Soldiers and civilians whose primary job is outside
Camp Delta will be issued a RED badge. RED badges
will be issued only to soldiers and civilians whose job
requires they work inside the camp. Soldiers and
civilians who occasionally visit the camp or perform
work in the camp on an on-call basis will require a
visitor badge and must be escorted by the person or
agency they are visiting.
h. Soldiers and civilians whose primary mission is
interrogation support, and/or who maintain an office in
the administrative buildings inside Camp Delta are
authorized a YELLOW badge. Linguists who are
cleared to work inside Camp Delta and detainee
hospital staff will be issued a YELLOW badge.
Soldiers and civilians who work on JPJ Hill will also
be issued a YELLOW badge.
i. GREEN badges will be issued to soldiers and
civilians whose primary job is working the blocks
inside Camp Delta and Camp Echo. All other requests
for GREEN badges must be approved by the JDOG
commander
Badge classification regular issue.
a. Red: Badges bearing a red square allow access
through sally ports 1 & 8, Café Carrib, and Guard
Towers.
b. Yellow: Badges bearing a yellow square allow
access through sally ports 1, 3, 8, 9, interrogation
buildings, DOC and Buildings 7 & 8.
c. Green: Unescorted access throughout Camp
Delta.
d. All other areas not listed require an escort and
prior coordination through the DOC.
Badge classification special issue.
a. Third Country Nationals (TCN’s), and
Contractors
(1) TCN’s/Contractors will be issued a photo ID
Yellow Camp Delta Badge, that can be verified by a
hole- punch through the Yellow square.
(2) TCN’s/Contractors will be escorted through
Sally port 8.
(3) Sally port 8 maintains accountability of TCN’s
and Contractors that enter and exit the camp, via head-
count roster. In the event that a contractor is called to
the camp after hours for an emergency work-order, the
contractor will be escorted IAW the current SOP escort
policy.
b. Emergency responders (ER’s)
NAVBASE MCC will be issued non-photo white
badges identified by a red stripe on the top, bottom,
and a red cross in the center. The ER’s will have
unescorted access into the camp for emergency
purposes only, coordinated through the DOC.
c. Visitor Access Sally ports 1&8
(1) JDOG S-2 will issue 15 Red visitor “V”
badges each, to Sally Ports 1& 8. SOG 3 will
inventory, sign-for, and maintain accountability of
badges.
(2) Visitors will sign for their badges at Sally
ports 1 or 8, and await their assigned “Escort authority”
(EA). Visitors are required to display the badge in
such a manner that it is noticeable at all times. Visitors
will turn in their badges at Sally port 1or 8 prior to
deaprting the camp.
(3) JDOG S-2 will designate, and assign Escort
Authorities (EA’s) from the S-2, S-3, DOC, ICE,
Medical and civilian staff agencies. Designated EA’s
will carry special badges identifying them as escorts.
(4) Visitor access will only be allowed through
Sally port 1; visitors may access Sally port 8 if they are
a group delegation operating a vehicle. The vehicle
must be accompanied by a designated EA. Visitors
will be issued their badge at sally port 8 when the
vehicle enters.
d. Infantry Task Force
(1) 14 non-photo red badges will be issued to the
IN TOC for the purpose of access into the camp for
tower rotation. All Infantry soldiers on Amber Cycle
will be issued a RED badge. Soldiers will keep the
RED Badge on their person at all times. The RED
Badge will be presented at Sally port 1 as the soldiers
rotate from tower to QRF duty.
e. Quick Reaction Force (QRF)
(1) 14 non-photo green badges will be issued to the
QRF for the purpose of responding to an alarm
activation and/or a camp uprising. The GREEN QRF
badge will be maintained in the QRF shack. Soldiers
will not carry the QRF badge when they rotate to tower
duty. The QRF green badge will only be worn when
the DOC calls the QRF to respond to the camp.
(2) The Infantry will follow the Infantry TOC SOP
for badge issue and turn-in.
f. Camp Echo
Personnel requiring access to Camp Echo must
coordinate through the JDOG S-2, and be placed on the
access roster.
Chapter 8 Chapter 8
Detainee Behavioral Management Detainee Behavioral Management
8-1. Purpose To outline requirements and procedures 8-1. Purpose To outline requirements and procedures
for managing detainee discipline and positive behavior for managing detainee discipline and positive behavior
rewards programs. This system will protect the health, rewards programs. This system will protect the health,
safety, and security of all persons within the facility by safety, and security of all persons within the facility by
providing for a fair and consistent delivery of providing for a fair and consistent delivery of
consequences for negative behavior and rewards for consequences for negative behavior and rewards for
positive behavior. positive behavior.
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showers and the availability of soap and water to wash showers and the availability of soap and water to wash
themselves while in the cell. themselves while in the cell.
8-3. Discipline Process 8-3. Discipline Process
a. When a detainee commits a camp rules infraction a. When a detainee commits a camp rules infraction
or an offense listed in Table 8-1, List of Offenses, the or an offense listed in Table 8-1, List of Offenses, the
chain of command within the camp will be notified. chain of command within the camp will be notified.
The priority of notification is the Sergeant of the Guard The priority of notification is the Sergeant of the Guard
(SOG), Platoon Leader (PL), and on-duty (SOG), Platoon Leader (PL), and on-duty
Commanding Officer (CO), in that order. Commanding Officer (CO), in that order.
b. The SOG and/or PL will: b. The SOG and/or PL will:
(1) Review Table 8-1 and locate the offense on (1) Instruct the block personnel to remove the
detainees comfort items.
(2) Review Table 8-1 and locate the offense on
the list. If the offense is not listed, attempt to locate a the list. If the offense is not listed, attempt to locate a
similar offense or an offense of equal severity to the similar offense or an offense of equal severity to the
offense committed by the detainee. Identify the offense committed by the detainee. Identify the
category level of the most severe offense. category level of the most severe offense.
(2) Review the discipline record of the detainee (3) Review the discipline record of the detainee
to determine the detainee’s previous discipline history. to determine the detainee’s previous discipline history.
(3) Using Table 8-2, Detainee Movement and (4) Using Table 8-2, Detainee Movement and
Discipline Matrix, cross-reference the category of the Discipline Matrix, cross-reference the category of the
most severe offense from Table 8-1 with the number of most severe offense from Table 8-1 with the number of
days between the current offense and the previous days between the current offense and the previous
offense. This will give you two results. The result offense. This will give you two results. The result
from the movement section of Table 8-2 is where to from the movement section of Table 8-2 is where to
move the detainee. The discipline section of Table 8-2 move the detainee. The discipline section of Table 8-2
determines the type and length of discipline imposed determines the type and length of discipline imposed
on the detainee. on the detainee.
(5) Complete a GTMO Form 508-1 with the
following information:
(a) Date, time, ISN, location, and type of offense
(based off of table 8-1) that was committed.
(b) List any witnesses. Witnesses must complete
a DA Form 2823.
(c) Was medical treatment necessary.
(d) The date of the last offense
(e) The discipline to enforce for the detainee.
(5) Turn the 508-1 into the DOC after
completion. The 508-1 can be turned in without the
DA 2823s.
c. If several offenses were committed at the same c. If several offenses were committed at the same
time and the resulting discipline does not include time time and the resulting discipline does not include time
in MSU, move one column to the right on the in SHU, move one column to the right on the discipline
discipline section of the Table 8-2 to determine section of the Table 8-2 to determine punishment. If
punishment. If several offenses were committed at the several offenses were committed at the same time and
same time and the resulting discipline does include the resulting discipline does include time in SHU, add
time in MSU, add five days to loss of Comfort Items five days to loss of Comfort Items (CI) and 5 days to
(CI) and 5 days to the time in MSU for each additional the time in SHU for each additional offense.
offense. d. The Detention Operations Center (DOC) will be
d. The CJDOG, DCJDOG, or JDOG S-3 must notified of any moves made to SHU. This notification
approve any discipline that includes movement to must include ISN number, reason for move, approving
MSU, by signing as the Authenticating Officer on the authority and length of discipline. The DOC will
DD Form 508. This does not apply to moves to MSU annotate all moves on the daily blotter. The DOC will
by the JIG (for intelligence purposes). JIG moves will take the 508-1 and make a copy of it. If the detainee’s
be coordinated through the Detention Operations discipline does not require movement from the block,
Branch and do not need any further approval; however, one copy of the 508-1 will be sent to the block for
the Detention Operations Center will not move the enforcement. If the detainee’s discipline requires
detainee until directed by the Detention Operations movement from the block, one copy of the 508-1 will
Officer or JDOG S3. be given to Escort Control to give to the escort team
e. The on-duty CO will approve all discipline that will escort the detainee to the new block. The 508-
measures except MSU time, will check the 1 will then be given to the block NCO of the moved to
block for enforcement.
e. The CJDOG, DCJDOG, or JDOG S-3 must approve
any discipline that includes movement to SHU, by
signing as the Authenticating Officer on the DD Form
508. This does not apply to moves to SHU by the JIG
(for intelligence purposes). JIG moves will be
coordinated through the DOC and do not need any
further approval; however, the Detention Operations
Center will not move the detainee until directed by the
Detention Operations Officer or JDOG S3. The
detainee may be moved immediately prior to the
authenticating officer signing the paperwork.
f. The on-duty CO will approve all discipline
measures except SHU time, will check the
“recommended” block of the DD Form 508, and sign “recommended” block of the DD Form 508, and sign
as the Confinement Officer. as the Confinement Officer.
f. Notification to the chain of command will be g. Notification to the chain of command will be
made for any situations involving unusual made for any situations involving unusual
circumstances, and for any use of force beyond verbal circumstances, and for any use of force beyond verbal
persuasion or show of force. persuasion or show of force.
g. The Detention Operations Center (DOC) will be
notified of any moves made to MSU. This notification
must include ISN number, reason for move, approving
authority and length of discipline. The DOC will
annotate all moves on the daily blotter.
h. When a discipline measure is applied to a h. When a discipline measure is applied to a
detainee, he will be notified of the reason for the detainee, he will be notified of the reason for the
discipline, and the type/length of the discipline discipline, and the type/length of the discipline
measure. measure.
i. Do not confiscate any item unless it is for i. Do not confiscate any item unless it is for
discipline purposes or for the prevention of self-harm discipline purposes or for the prevention of self-harm
or harm to others. or harm to others.
j. When Comfort Items (CI) are taken from a j. When Comfort Items (CI) are taken from a
detainee, the items will be inventoried and placed in a detainee, the items will be inventoried and placed in a
large trash bag or box, and the Block NCO will large trash bag or box, and the Block NCO will
complete and sign the Detainee Supply Roster. The complete and sign the Detainee Supply Roster. The
bag will have a “toe tag” tied to it with the detainee’s bag will have a “toe tag” tied to it with the detainee’s
ISN annotated. The box will be marked with the ISN annotated. The box will be marked with the
detainee’s ISN. The box or bag will be stored in an detainee’s ISN. The box or bag will be stored in an
orderly manner on top of the detainee’s cell. Block orderly manner on top of the detainee’s cell. Block
NCOs will be responsible for ensuring that the storage NCOs will be responsible for ensuring that the storage
of the CI presents an orderly appearance and that the of the CI presents an orderly appearance and that the
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n. Documentation of any discipline measure will be n. Documentation of any discipline measure will be
annotated on DD Form 508. DA Forms 2823, Sworn annotated on DD Form 508. DA Forms 2823, Sworn
Statements from all U.S. personnel involved in the Statements from all U.S. personnel involved in the
incident will be attached to the DD Form 508, and incident will be attached to the DD Form 508, and
forwarded to the on-duty CO for disposition. forwarded to the on-duty CO for disposition.
o. A detainee that has been moved to level 2 or level o. A detainee that has been moved to level 2 or level
3 for discipline must spend at least 30 days at that level 3 for discipline must spend at least 30 days at that level
before being considered for movement to the next before being considered for movement to the next
higher classification level. The detainee will be higher classification level. The detainee will be
considered for movement 30 days from the end of the considered for movement 30 days from the end of the
discipline period if the detainee has not had any discipline period if the detainee has not had any
discipline problems within that time. A detainee that discipline problems within that time. A detainee that
has been moved to level 4 for discipline will be moved has been moved to level 4 for discipline will be moved
to level 3 upon completion of the mandated period of to level 3 upon completion of the mandated period of
time annotated on the DD Form 508 or memorandum time annotated on the DD Form 508 or memorandum
of approval of extension signed by CJTF. The of approval of extension signed by CJTF. The
Detention Services Branch (DSB) will conduct the Detention Services Branch (DSB) will conduct the
review of records for movement from one classification review of records for movement from one classification
level to a new level. Any exceptions to this procedure level to a new level. The JDOG S3 must approve any
must be approved by the JDOG S3. exceptions to this procedure.
p. Many detainee actions that result in disciplinary p. Many detainee actions that result in disciplinary
measures may also result in future criminal charges. measures may also result in future criminal charges.
Accurate and complete documentation is always Accurate and complete documentation is always
required. required.
q. Any proposed discipline for detainees under the q. Any proposed discipline for detainees under the
care of the Detention Hospital Psychologist requires care of the Detention Hospital Psychologist requires
consultation between the senior on-duty psychology consultation between the senior on-duty psychology
staff member and the on-duty CO prior to imposing staff member and the on-duty CO prior to imposing
discipline. Detainees being treated as mental health discipline. Detainees being treated as mental health
patients will only have Basic Issue Items, authorized patients will only have Basic Issue Items, authorized
CIs, and/or Authorized Activities taken away as a CIs, and/or Authorized Activities taken away as a
medical necessity; in those cases the senior on-duty medical necessity; in those cases the senior on-duty
psychology staff member will be cited on the GTMO psychology staff member will be cited on the GTMO
Form 508-1 as the authority for removing items or Form 508-1 as the authority for removing items or
prohibiting activities. prohibiting activities.
8-4. Loss of Recreation r. Haircuts will never be used as punitive action
a. If a detainee has lost his privilege of recreation against a detainee.
for the number of recreation periods determined by 8-4. Loss of Exercise
Table 8-2, the DOC will notify the appropriate Block a. If a detainee has lost his privilege of exercise for
NCO of the beginning date and the end date. The DOC the number of exercise periods determined by Table 8-
will annotate this information in the discipline log. 2, the DOC will notify the appropriate Block NCO of
the beginning date and the end date. The DOC will
annotate this information in the discipline log.
b. The Block NCO will annotate the beginning date b. The Block NCO will annotate the beginning date
and ending date on the discipline log sheet assigned to and ending date on the discipline log sheet assigned to
each detainee. This form will remain in the detainee each detainee. This form will remain in the detainee
file. The Block NCO will annotate loss of file. The Block NCO will annotate loss of
“RECREATION” and write the dates under the “RECREATION” and write the dates under the
corresponding column of “DATE BEGAN” and “END corresponding column of “DATE BEGAN” and “END
DATE”. The Block NCO will also make an entry in DATE”. The Block NCO will also make an entry in
the duty logs. the duty logs.
c. A copy of the DD Form 508 will be placed into c. A copy of the DD Form 508 will be placed into
the detainee file on the block and a copy kept in the the detainee file on the block and a copy kept in the
detainee’s file in the DOC. detainee’s file in the DOC.
8-5. Loss of Hot Meals 8-5. Loss of Hot Meals
a. If a detainee has lost his privilege of hot meals a. Only the JDOG S-3 or higher may authorize the
for the number of days determined by Table 8-2, the loss of hot meals for a detainee. The DOC will
DOC will notify the appropriate Block NCO of the annotate this information in DIMS.
beginning date and the end date. The DOC will
annotate this information in the discipline log.
b. The Block NCO will annotate the beginning date b. The Block NCO will annotate the beginning date
and ending date on the discipline log sheet assigned to and ending date on the discipline log sheet assigned to
each detainee. This form will remain in the detainee each detainee. This form will remain in the detainee
file. The Block NCO will annotate loss of “HOT file. The Block NCO will annotate loss of “HOT
MEALS” and write the dates under the corresponding MEALS” and write the dates under the corresponding
column of “DATE BEGAN” and “END DATE”. The column of “DATE BEGAN” and “END DATE”. The
Block NCO will also make an entry in the duty logs. Block NCO will also make an entry in the duty logs.
c. A copy of the DD Form 508 will be placed into c. A copy of the DD Form 508 will be placed into
the detainee file on the block and a copy kept in the the detainee file on the block and a copy kept in the
detainee’s file in the DOC. detainee’s file in the DOC.
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number or numbers and the date or dates under the number or numbers and the date or dates under the
corresponding column of “DATE BEGAN” and “END corresponding column of “DATE BEGAN” and “END
DATE. The Block NCO will also make an entry in the DATE. The Block NCO will also make an entry in the
duty logs. duty logs.
d. When a detainee changes classification level, the d. When a detainee changes classification level, the
detainee will lose or gain comfort items at the new detainee will lose or gain comfort items at the new
block based on the block’s classification level. The block based on the block’s classification level. The
receiving Block NCO must ensure that when a detainee receiving Block NCO must ensure that when a detainee
is moving to a higher classification level, he is issued is moving to a higher classification level, he is issued
the required items. The receiving Block NCO must the required items. The receiving Block NCO must
ensure that when a detainee is moving to a lower ensure that when a detainee is moving to a lower
classification level, he loses unauthorized items. classification level, he loses unauthorized items.
e. The Block NCO of a moving detainee must e. The Block NCO of a moving detainee must
ensure all items on the inventory sheet depart with the ensure all items on the inventory sheet depart with the
detainee.. The receiving block will confiscate all detainee. The receiving block will confiscate all
excess items. If the detainee does not have an item excess items. If the detainee does not have an item
listed on the current inventory sheet, the detainee is listed on the current inventory sheet, the detainee is
subject to punishment for failure to return property, per subject to punishment for failure to return property, per
Table 8-1. Table 8-1.
f. If a detainee refuses a CI, place an R on the f. If a detainee refuses a CI, place an R on the
inventory sheet in the block that corresponds to the inventory sheet in the block that corresponds to the
item refused. item refused.
g. The following items are a one-for-one exchange
to track who is flushing items:
(1) All linen items
(2) Detainee pens
h. The travel type toothbrush used by Level 1
detainees will only be issued once a month unless the
detainee newly moves to a Level 1 block.
8-7. Detainee Classification System 8-7. Detainee Classification System
a. The Detainee Classification System is a five level a. The Detainee Classification System is a five level
system of rewards based on the premise that a system of rewards based on the premise that a
detainee’s behavior determines the privileges they are detainee’s behavior determines the privileges they are
allowed. As the detainee adapts to the rules of the allowed. As the detainee adapts to the rules of the
camp, his conduct will earn him more privileges. Basic camp, his conduct will earn him more privileges. Basic
Issue Items, CIs, and Authorized/Unauthorized Issue Items, CIs, and Authorized/Unauthorized
Activities for detainees are listed in Tables 8-3 thru 8- Activities for detainees are listed in Tables 8-3 thru 8-
Detainees qualified for Classification Level 1 may 5. Detainees qualified for Classification Level 1 may
also be eligible for additional items and activities not also be eligible for additional items and activities not
listed in Tables 8-3 thru 8-5. listed in Tables 8-3 thru 8-5.
(1) Classification Level 1. Detainees receive a (1) Classification Level 1. Detainees receive a
higher level of privileges than Level 2, and having higher level of privileges than Level 2, and having
spent at least 30 days at Level 2. spent at least 30 days at Level 2.
(2) Classification Level 2. Detainees at this level (2) Classification Level 2. Detainees at this level
receive a higher level of privileges than Level 3 and receive a higher level of privileges than Level 3 and
having spent at least 30 days at Level 3. having spent at least 30 days at Level 3.
(3) Classification Level 3. All detainees start at (3) Classification Level 3. All detainees start at
this level, following an initial period of segregation this level, following an initial period of segregation
upon arrival at Camp Delta; the length of time of this upon arrival at Camp Delta; the length of time of this
initial segregation will be determined by the JIG. This initial segregation will be determined by the JIG. This
level includes detainees who are on discipline measures level includes detainees who are on discipline measures
not including MSU. not including segregation.
(4) Classification Level 4. Detainees normally (4) Classification Level 4. These detainees are
located in MSU, but also includes detainees who have normally located in segregation, but it also includes
completed MSU time, but have not yet moved to Level detainees who could be on a Level 5 block or in a non-
SHU block, that is housing Level 4 detainees.
Detainees in this status will have their classification Detainees in this status will have their classification
reevaluated by the Detention Services Branch daily. reevaluated by the Detention Services Branch daily.
Detainees can be housed in MSU up to 90 days, but Detainees can be housed in segregation up to 90 days,
their status will be reviewed every 30 days by CJTF. but their status will be reviewed every 30 days by
CJTF.
(5) Classification Level 5 (Intel Level). JIG (5) Classification Level 5 (Intel Level). JIG
directed segregation, for intelligence gathering directed segregation, for intelligence gathering
purposes. Detainees will be segregated at the direction purposes. Detainees will be segregated at the direction
of the JIG through the Detention Operations Branch. of the JIG through the Detention Operations Branch.
(a) Housed in a group on an Intel block. (a) Housed in a group on an Intel block.
(b) Housed in MSU block for Intel purposes. (b) Housed in segregation block for Intel
purposes.
(c) Receive Reward Level (1-4) privileges as (c) Receive Reward Level (1-4) privileges as
recommended by JIG. recommended by JIG.
b. Delta Block is designated as the Mental Health b. Delta Block is designated as the Mental Health
Facility (MHF) for the housing of detainees requiring a Facility (MHF) for the housing of detainees requiring a
higher level clinical care and monitoring. higher-level clinical care and monitoring.
c. A qualifying disciplinary event is defined as a c. A qualifying disciplinary event is defined as a
disciplinary event that has not expired and dropped off disciplinary event that has not expired and dropped off
their disciplinary record FOR THE PURPOSES OF their disciplinary record FOR THE PURPOSES OF
THIS PROGRAM ONLY. These offenses will remain THIS PROGRAM ONLY. These offenses will remain
on their disciplinary records for the purpose of on their disciplinary records for the purpose of
disciplinary actions. disciplinary actions.
d. Category III offenses, as listed in Table 8-1 will d. Category III offenses, as listed in Table 8-1 will
expire on their 30-day anniversary for each step higher expire on their 30-day anniversary for each step higher
and will not be counted against a detainee for the and will not be counted against a detainee for the
purposes of this program. 30 days is considered his purposes of this program. 30 days is considered his
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f. Category V offenses will expire on their 60-day f. Category V offenses will expire on their 60-day
anniversary for each step higher and will not be anniversary for each step higher and will not be
counted against a detainee for the purposes of this counted against a detainee for the purposes of this
program. 60 days is considered his required good program. 60 days is considered his required good
behavior period. behavior period.
g. A detainee will change levels based on his g. A detainee will change levels based on his
behavior or meeting other criteria for a level. behavior or meeting other criteria for a level.
Detainees who do not meet the program based on Detainees who do not meet the program based on
behavior, may still participate in the program based on behavior, may still participate in the program based on
JIG directed requests, but will be housed on a separate JIG directed requests, but will be housed on a separate
block designated as an “intel block.” JIG will block designated as an “Intel block.” JIG will
determine higher-level privileges on this block. If a determine higher-level privileges on this block. If a
detainee is moved to a level 4 block, he will spend the detainee is moved to a level 4 blocks, he will spend the
time required in MSU according to the matrix. At the time required in segregation according to the matrix.
completion of his time in MSU, he will immediately At the completion of his time in segregation, he will
move to a level 3 block. The detainee will then stay on immediately move to a level 3 blocks. The detainee
the level 3 block until the required good behavior will then stay on the level 3 blocks until the required
period is satisfied and then move to a level 2 block. good behavior period is satisfied and then move to a
The detainee will then stay on a level 2 block until his level 2 blocks. The detainee will then stay on a level 2
required good behavior period is satisfied and then blocks until his required good behavior period is
move to a level 1 block. A detainee must spend this satisfied and then move to a level 1 block. A detainee
entire time incident free at his current level to qualify must spend this entire time incident free at his current
for movement to the next higher level. This is in order level to qualify for movement to the next higher level.
to prove his ability to function at a higher level of This is in order to prove his ability to function at a
privileges. If no room is available on a block at the higher level of privileges. If no room is available on a
next higher level, the detainee will still have his block at the next higher level, the detainee will still
classification level changed on his current block and have his classification level changed on his current
will move at the next available opening for that level. block and will move at the next available opening for
Example: A detainee who is currently on a level 3 that level. Example: A detainee who is currently on a
block was disciplined for inciting a disturbance. This level 3 block was disciplined for inciting a disturbance.
offense has a required good behavior period of 30 days. This offense has a required good behavior period of 30
Once he has had no discipline for 30 days, he is days. Once he has had no discipline for 30 days, he is
eligible for level 2. If a cell is open on a level 2 block,
eligible for level 2. If a cell is open on a level 2 blocks,
the detainee will be moved there and will be issued the the detainee will be moved there and will be issued the
additional comfort items for reward level 2. If a cell is additional comfort items for reward level 2. If a cell is
not open on a level 2 block, the detainee will remain on not open on a level 2 blocks, the detainee will remain
his current block and receive additional comfort items on his current block and receive additional comfort
for level 2. Once the detainee has had no discipline for items for level 2. Once the detainee has had no
an additional 30 days, regardless if on a level 2 or level discipline for an additional 30 days, regardless if on a
3 block, he will be eligible to be moved to a reward level 2 or level 3 blocks, he will be eligible to be
level 1 block. If a cell is open on a level 1 block, the moved to a reward level 1 block. If a cell is open on a
detainee will be moved there and will be issued the level 1 block, the detainee will be moved there and will
additional comfort items for level 1. If a cell is not be issued the additional comfort items for level 1. If a
open on a level 1 block, the detainee will remain on his cell is not open on a level 1 block, the detainee will
current block and receive additional comfort items for remain on his current block and receive additional
level 1. comfort items for level 1.
h. If a detainee commits an offense in MSU that h. If a detainee commits an offense in segregation
requires additional MSU time and will extend his total that requires additional segregation time and will
time beyond 30 consecutive days, the following extend his total time beyond 30 consecutive days, the
procedure will be used: following procedure will be used:
(1) If the detainee has not yet reached 30 days of (1) If the detainee has not yet reached 30 days of
actual MSU time served, a memorandum will be actual segregation time served, a memorandum will be
forwarded to CJTF requesting an extension of MSU forwarded to CJTF requesting an extension of
time. The memorandum will detail how many days the segregation time. The memorandum will detail how
extension is for, why it is necessary, and will include many days the extension is for, why it is necessary, and
the DD Form 508 with the punishment on it (see Figure will include the DD Form 508 with the punishment on
8-1 for example memorandum). If the extension is it (see Figure 8-1 for example memorandum). If the
granted, the detainee will be removed at the end of the extension is granted, the detainee will be removed at
total approved MSU period and moved to a Level 3 the end of the total approved segregation period and
block. If the extension is not granted, the detainee will moved to a Level 3 block. If the extension is not
be removed after serving 30 days in MSU and moved granted, the detainee will be removed after serving 30
to a Level 3 block. days in SHU and moved to a Level 3 block.
(2) If the detainee has reached 30 days of actual (2) If the detainee has reached 30 days of actual
MSU time served, the detainee will be removed from SHU time served, the detainee will be removed from
SHU, placed on a level 3 block, with level 4 CI and
MSU, placed on a level 3 block, with level 4 CI and
Authorized Activities (this action will be documented Authorized Activities (this action will be documented
on a GTMO Form 508-1, signed/approved by the on a GTMO Form 508-1, signed/approved by the
JDOG S3). A memorandum will be forwarded to JDOG S3). A memorandum will be forwarded to
CJTF requesting an extension of MSU time. The CJTF requesting an extension of segregation time. The
memorandum will detail how many days the extension memorandum will detail how many days the extension
is for, why it is necessary, and will include the DA 508 is for, why it is necessary, and will include the DA 508
with the punishment on it (see Figure 8-2 for example with the punishment on it (see Figure 8-2 for example
memorandum). Upon approval of the extension, the memorandum). Upon approval of the extension, the
detainee will be moved back to MSU to serve the detainee will be moved back to segregation to serve the
length of the approved extension. length of the approved extension.
i. Either the JIG or the JDOG S3 will decide the i. Either the JIG or the JDOG S3 will decide the
detainee’s classification. Level 5 block assignments detainee’s classification. Level 5 block assignments
will be determined by the JIG. will be determined by the JIG.
j. An Order of Merit List (OML) will be created to j. An Order of Merit List (OML) will be created to
form a waiting list for qualified detainees to get into form a waiting list for qualified detainees to get into
either a level 1 or level 2 block. The Detention either a level 1 or level 2 block. The Detention
Services Branch will develop and monitor this OML. Services Branch will develop and monitor this OML.
Detainees will be chosen from the OML for movement Detainees will be chosen from the OML for movement
to a higher-level block. If sufficient detainees are on to a higher-level block. If sufficient detainees are on
the OML, JDOG S3 can direct that a block be the OML, JDOG S3 can direct that a block be
converted to a higher-level block. converted to a higher-level block.
k. If a detainee exhibits a positive behavior over and k. If a detainee exhibits a positive behavior over and
above that of fellow detainees, a Block NCO, SOG, above that of fellow detainees, a Block NCO, SOG,
PL, or on-duty CO can request to CJDOG to remove PL, or on-duty CO can request to CJDOG to remove
five days from his period of good behavior to transition five days from his period of good behavior to transition
to a higher reward level on a GTMO Form 508-1. to a higher reward level on a GTMO Form 508-1.
Examples include: Examples include:
(1) A detainee who notifies a Block Guard of a (1) A detainee who notifies a guard of a cell door
cell door being unlocked being unlocked
(2) A detainee who acts as an interpreter during a (2) A detainee who acts as an interpreter during a
critical incident critical incident
(3) A detainee that finds a welding rod in the (3) A detainee that finds a welding rod in the
recreation yard and gives it to an MP. exercise yard and gives it to a guard.
8-8. GTMO Form 508-1 8-8. GTMO Form 508-1
a. The GTMO Form 508-1 is used to determine a. The GTMO Form 508-1 is used to determine
which rewards the detainee will lose or gain. which rewards the detainee will lose or gain.
b. Process for issuing a GTMO Form 508-1 for b. Process for issuing a GTMO Form 508-1 for
discipline: discipline:
(1) Details about incident phoned to DOC to (1) Details of incident are phoned to DOC to
begin processing a DD Form 508. begin processing a DD Form 508.
(2) DA Form(s) 2823 filled out by personnel (2) DA Form(s) 2823 filled out by personnel
witnessing the incident, detailing the incident. witnessing the incident, detailing the incident.
(3) PL determines discipline based on matrix and (3) PL determines discipline based on matrix and
previous record of offenses by detainee, then prepares previous record of offenses by detainee, then prepares
GTMO Form 508-1 for on-duty CO’s review. The GTMO Form 508-1 for on-duty CO’s review. The
form must include a brief description of the offense, form must include a brief description of the offense,
the number of times the detainee has committed the number of times the detainee has committed
offenses, and the discipline to be imposed. offenses, and the discipline to be imposed.
(4) If the on-duty CO concurs, the discipline is (4) If the on-duty CO concurs, the discipline is
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(3) Detention Services Branch processes the (3) Detention Services Branch processes the
GTMO Form 508-1 and forwards through Detention GTMO Form 508-1 and forwards through Detention
Operations Branch, to JDOG S3. Operations Branch, to JDOG S3.
(4) If the detainee is in a Level 5 block, the Level (4) If the detainee is in a Level 5 block, the Level
5 Block Entitlement Form will be used to determine if 5 Block Entitlement Form will be used to determine if
the detainee is in the correct cell based on his reward the detainee is in the correct cell based on his reward
level. If he is changing levels, he will be moved to an level. If he is changing levels, he will be moved to an
area, if possible, on the same block where he will not area, if possible, on the same block where he will not
be next to detainees with a different reward level. If be next to detainees with a different reward level. If
the detainee receives a reward outside of the matrix, the detainee receives a reward outside of the matrix,
that will be annotated on the block diagram. The
GTMO Forms 508-1 for Level 5 blocks will be that will be annotated on the block diagram. Detention
maintained by Detention Services Branch and the block Services Branch will maintain the GTMO Forms 508-1
diagrams will be distributed to the Level 5 blocks for Level 5 blocks and the block diagrams will be
within 24 hours of any changes. distributed to the Level 5 blocks within 24 hours of any
changes.
(5) If a detainee is not in a Level 5 block, a copy (5) If a detainee is not in a Level 5 block, a copy
of the GTMO Form 508-1 will be sent to the block to of the GTMO Form 508-1 will be sent to the block to
be placed in the detainee’s records on the block. The be placed in the detainee’s records on the block. The
original will be placed in the detainee’s file in the original will be placed in the detainee’s file in the
DOC. DOC.
8-9. Level 5 Blocks 8-9. Level 5 Blocks/Intel
a. Detainees on Level 5 Blocks will be segregated a. Detainees on Level 5 Blocks will be segregated
based on the individual’s reward level as determined based on the individual’s reward level as determined
by the JIG. Upon receipt by Detention Services by the JIG. Upon receipt by Detention Services
Branch of a GTMO Form 508-1, the detainee will be Branch of a GTMO Form 508-1, the detainee will be
classified by his reward level and pla