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ETHICS (5.1)529Honor: honest, truthful, above reproachCourage: Selfless, moral and mental strengthCommitment: respect and car for othersHonesty: be truthful, straightforwardness, and candor530Integrity: maintaining independent judgementLoyalty: not blind obedienceAccountability: limits thoughtless actionFairness: impartialityCaringRespect: treat people with dignityPromise KeepingResponsible Citizen: good personal judgementPursuit of Excellence531Mission as a security force member is to support shore based and fleet deployed COswith continued professional expertise in force protection, physical security and security force; requires Protection of life and property, enforcement of laws and regulations, and preservation of good order and disciplineExercising Authority: SF members are visible representatives of the CO; carry out duties impartially, firmly, and… commands respect from the public; obey the law; no favors; high standardsAbuse of Position: no personnel gain from position; stay within AOR; protect… health and welfare… of suspects; correct but do not punish; an intoxicated person normally loses their sense of discipline, you must make every effort to avoid verbal and physical confrontationDissemination of Information: treat the business of the department as OUO… to those who have a needto know. Always follow the established security department procedures for dissemination, removal, or copying of official recordsOff-Duty Conduct: above reproach at all times. No alcohol within 12 hours (8 per instructors) of a watch or while on duty. Off-Duty employment cannot interfere with duties.MILITARY LAW (5.2)535Authority to govern armed forces is derived from: US Constitution, International Law, and Federal StatutesUniform Code of Military Justice: provides discipline in the armed forces and Coast GuardThe Manual of Courts-Martial is prescribed by the President under Executive Order 12473535PLEASE: Part I – PreambleNature of Military Law536READ: Part II – Rules of Courts-Martial (RCM)Contains the pretrial, trial, and post-trial procedures for CM; 302.B is SF members authority to apprehendMY: Part III – Military Rules of Evidence (MRE)Derived from the federal rules of evidence…POEM: Part IV – Punitive ArticlesArticles 77 – 134 (52 sub-cat.)NOW: Part V – Non-Judicial Punishment (NJP)Sets rules governing the imposition of NJP537Appendices (26 Total)CUF(F) (E)MA1US ConstitutionA2UCMJA11Forms of SentencesA12Max Punishment ChartSummary Courts-Martial“Lowest Level” CM; can be refused, minor offenses, 1 commissioned Officer, enlisted only+E-5: 60 days rest., -1 grade, 2/3 pay for month // -E-4: 30 days jail, -to E-1, 2/3 pay for month
538Special Courts-MartialOfficers and enlisted, non-capital offenses, must have 3 members, can request 1 enlisted member, CO presides-E-1, 12 months jail, hard labor w/o jail 3 months, 2/3 pay for 6 months, Bad Conduct D/CGeneral Courts-MartialCapital and non-capital offenses, 5 member panel, can request enlisted members, POTUS/SECDEF/SECNAV/FLEET CNIC/FLAG OFF can preside

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