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Title 32Subtitle AChapter VSubchapter IPart 637


TITLE 32—National Defense

Subtitle A—DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER V—DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER I—LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS

PART 637—MILITARY POLICE INVESTIGATION

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Subpart A—INVESTIGATIONS

§637.1
General.
§637.2
Use of MPI and DAC Detectives/Investigators.
§637.3
Installation Commander.
§637.4
Military Police and the USACIDC.
§637.5
Off-post investigations.
§637.6
Customs investigations.
§637.7
Drug enforcement activities.
§637.8
Identification of MPI.
§637.9
Access to U.S. Army facilities and records.
§637.10
Authority to apprehend or detain.
§637.11
Authority to administer oaths.
§637.12
Legal considerations.
§637.13
Retention of property.
§637.14
Use of National Crime Information Center (NCIC).
§637.15
Polygraph activities.
§637.16
Evidence.
§637.17
Police Intelligence.
§637.18
Electronic equipment procedures.
§637.19
Overseas MP desk.
§637.20
Security surveillance systems.
§637.21
Recording interviews and interrogations.
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Subpart B—[RESERVED]


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