1 BUPERSINST PERS-00D. 29 Mar 2011. BUPERS INSTRUCTION From: Chief of Naval Personnel Subj: NAVAL CORRECTIONS MANUAL. Ref: (a) SECNAVINST Encl: (1) Naval Corrections Manual 1. Purpose. To implement the provisions of reference (a) and issue supplemental policy governing the operation and administration of naval shore brigs. 2. Background a. Per reference (a), article , navy Personnel Command (NAVPERSCOM), Corrections and Programs (PERS-00D) and Commandant of the Marine Corps (CMC) (PSL Corrections) are designated to administer naval shore brigs per 10 , Department of Defense Directives and Instructions, navy Regulations, and reference (a).
2 B. NAVPERSCOM (PERS-00D) exercises primary and final responsibility for developing and issuing corrections policy and procedures within the naval service in all matters not endemic to the Marine Corps. Matters endemic to the Marine Corps corrections program shall be published by CMC (PSL Corrections). via separate Marine Corps Order. Changes to this instruction shall be administered by NAVPERSCOM (PERS-00D) after coordination with CMC (PSL Corrections). 3. Scope. This instruction is applicable to all navy and Marine Corps shore brigs. As used within this instruction, the term brig refers to navy and Marine Corps shore confinement facilities, both pre-trial and post-trial, designated by the Secretary of the navy as an authorized naval place of confinement.
3 Unless otherwise noted, the term prisoner refers to both pre-trial and post-trial prisoners and Service members awarded confinement to bread and water or diminished rations under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), article 15. BUPERSNOTE 29 Mar 2011. NAVAL. CORRECTIONS. MANUAL. Enclosure (1). BUPERSNOTE 29 Mar 2011. NAVAL CORRECTIONS MANUAL. Table of Contents Article Title 1640 -010 Inspection and Reports 1640 -020 Physical Plant and Major Equipment 1640 -030 Staff 1640 -040 Control, Security, Emergencies 1640 -050 Disciplinary and Management Actions 1640 -060 Correctional Programming and Review Boards 1640 -070 Confinement, Release.
4 Transfer 1640 -080 Administrative Matters 1640 -090 Sentence Computation and Abatement Credit 1640 -100 Miscellaneous Services 1640 -110 Management of Mixed-Gender Commingled Prisoners and Staff Supervision of Opposite-Gender Prisoners 1640 -120 Suicide Watch Companion (SWC) Program 1640 -130 Incentive Program 1640 -140 Forms Enclosure (1). BUPERSINST Article 1640 -010. Page 1 of 6. 29 Mar 2011. NAVAL CORRECTIONS MANUAL. ARTICLE 1640 -010. INSPECTIONS AND REPORTS. NAVPERSCOM Phone: DSN 882-4444. Responsible (PERS-00D) COM (901) 874-4444. Office FAX 882-2626.
5 (a) SECNAVINST REFERENCES (b) DoD Instruction of 17 Jul 2001. (c) UFC 2-000-05N, Facility Planning for navy and Marine Corps Shore Installations (NOTAL). SECTION 1. INSPECTIONS. 101. POLICY. 1. Per reference (a), navy Personnel Command (NAVPERSCOM. (Corrections and Programs (PERS-00D)) and Commandant of the Marine Corps (CMC (PSL Corrections)) are responsible for preparing standardized inspection formats and conducting periodic on-site inspections of shore brigs. Responsibilities shall include, but not be limited to: a. Evaluate performance and functional adequacy and provide guidance on all corrections matters; and b.)
6 Ensure standards of references (a) and (b), this manual, and other referenced sources of correctional policy are implemented and actions are taken to correct deficiencies. 2. Inspections are conducted: a. Periodically (not to exceed 18 months) for pre-trial confinement facilities, level I brigs, and outside Continental United States post-trial brigs; and b. Triennially for level II and level III (female mission). brigs. Enclosure (1). BUPERSINST Article 1640 -010. Page 2 of 6. 29 Mar 2011. 102. FUNCTIONAL ADEQUACY INSPECTION AND CLASSIFICATION.
7 1. Functional adequacy classifications of brigs shall be assigned as a result of on-site inspections conducted by qualified correctional auditors. NAVPERSCOM (PERS-00D) and CMC. (PSL Corrections) shall publish separate policy governing criteria for qualified correctional auditors. Formal results of the inspection shall be provided to the brig commanding officer (CO) to include recommendations for any noted corrective action. 2. The following physical plant conditions shall be considered in determining functional adequacy classifications: a. Conditions affecting safety and health of staff and prisoners, space utilization including living quarters capacity, structure, and utility systems.
8 B. Condition and effectiveness of security features and equipment;. c. Configuration as it affects separation of categories of prisoners and efficient use of staff required to supervise the operation; and d. Adequacy of program and administrative support spaces. 3. The functional adequacy classification assigned to each brig is approximately equivalent to the general construction standards of Naval Facilities Engineering Command Base Representative ratings, but takes into account other prisoner-specific security requirements. The categories of classification includes the following: a.
9 C1/ALPHA - Brig has fully met all demands placed upon it in a mission category through the reporting period. Operation of the brig is not hindered by any inadequacies which may exist;. b. C2/BRAVO - Brig has substantially met all demands of the mission category through the reporting period with only minor deficiencies. Inadequacies exist but do not seriously hinder operations. These inadequacies shall be corrected when practical;. c. C3/CHARLIE - Brig has only marginally met the mission category throughout the reporting period, but with major Enclosure (1).
10 BUPERSINST Article 1640 -010. Page 3 of 6. 29 Mar 2011. deficiencies. Serious inadequacies exist which hinder the operation and must be corrected. This is a naval place of confinement authorized for use as a matter of expediency because no other facility is available; and d. C4/DELTA - Brig has not met vital demands of the mission category. Serious inadequacies exist which preclude successful support of the confinement mission. This is a naval place of confinement authorized for use only as a necessity because no other facility is available and must be replaced or undergo major renovations as soon as possible.