APPENDIX E PHYSICAL SECURITY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT TASK LIST FOR JOB SERIES 1811 (Output from SME Workshop, July 1992) A. CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS 1. Plan investigations of crime including the scope, timing, and progression of the investigation. 2. Conduct investigations pertaining to alleged, suspected, or actual violations of federal and state laws, military regulations, and Uniform Code of Military Justice. 3. Coordinate involvement with appropriate law enforcement agencies or other foreign, federal, state, and local agencies. 4. Develop strategies pertaining to joint criminal investigative task force operations. 5. Participate in interagency task forces dealing with highly complex criminal investigations. 6. Lead teams of investigators and other technical experts (e.g., medical personnel, auditors, procurement specialists, legal experts) in criminal investigations. 7. Review reports of investigation, military police reports, audit reports, quality deficiency reports, and information from other sources. 8. Search crime scenes (e.g., identify/evaluate/collect physical evidence, process fingerprints, photograph and sketch crime scene). 9. Process physical evidence, (e.g., collect, safeguard, analyze, and establish accountability). 10. Develop and utilize sources. 11. Conduct custodial and non-custodial interviews including obtaining statements, and administering oaths and rights advisements. 12. Process suspected offenders (e.g., detain, apprehend, fingerprint, and photograph). 13. Plan use of specialized investigative techniques (e.g., mail covers, drug field tests, undercover and surveillance operations, technical operations, polygraph examinations, raids, and sting operations). 14. Prepare requests for specialized investigative assistance (e.g., polygraph, forensic sciences, laboratory examination). 15. Conduct specialized investigative techniques (e.g., mail covers, drug field tests, undercover and surveillance operations, technical operations, polygraph examinations, raids, sting operations). 16. Utilize contingency funds to purchase needed operational supplies/ equipment, pay for source expenditures, etc. 17. Obtain and execute search warrants and subpoenas. 18. Conduct searches in an automated environment. 19. Process criminal intelligence data (e.g., collect, analyze, and use). 20. Conduct searches of criminal history and/or intelligence records (e.g., modus operandi, criminal record). 21. Evaluate available evidence to prove/disprove criminal allegations. 22. Analyze records (e.g., supply, finance, contract, and personnel) to determine evidentiary value. 23. Maintain data bases (e.g. evidence listings, transaction histories, interview synopses). 24. Ensure criminal cases are complete, timely, and thorough. 25. Document investigative activities and finding (e.g., interview results, polygraph examinations, prosecutive memoranda, and reports of investiga- tion). 26. Present investigative results to appropriate prosecutor (e.g., Assistant U.S. Attorney, Assistant District Attorney, Military Staff Judge Advocate) for prosecutive decision and/or legal guidance. 27. Prepare exhibits for use in prosecution of case. 28. Testify at administrative hearings, boards of inquiry, grand juries, and courts of law. 29. Coordinate remedies/actions (e.g., criminal, civil, administrative, and contractual). 30. Report remedies information through appropriate reporting system. B. STATISTICAL ANALYSES 1. Determine methods to collect, analyze and evaluate criminal investigative information. 2. Maintain statistical data relative to the criminal investigative programs (e.g., use of specialized investigative techniques, polygraph examination results, types of remedies). 3. Analyze statistical and management data related to criminal investigations. 4. Analyze criminal intelligence information to determine trends in criminal activity. 5. Maintain statistical data on crimes and investigative workload. 6. Conduct analysis of crime characteristics (e.g., types of victims, methods of operation). 7. Advise management and other officials on significant trends, issues, or problems pertaining to criminal matters. C. INVESTIGATIVE SUBPROGRAMS 1. Manage the polygraph program 2. Manage the criminal intelligence program. 3. Manage the source program. 4. Manage the evidence program. 5. Manage the crime prevention program. 6. Manage the economic crime program. 7. Manage the drug suppression program. 8. Manage automated investigative reporting system. D. CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE PLANS, POLICIES, AND PROCEDURES 1. Develop plans, policies, and procedures regarding criminal investigative operations. 2. Interpret laws, orders, rules, and regulations pertaining to criminal investigations. 3. Advise management in formulating policies, procedures, and programs related to criminal investigations, classified and sensitive investigations, and protective service operations. 4. Advise investigators and others on investigative procedures, techniques, and policy. 5. Recommend adoption of new or changed procedures, techniques, policies, and equipment. E. RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 1. Prepare estimates of manpower requirements, equipment, and supplies required for conduct of criminal investigative activities. 2. Develop and monitor operating budget (e.g., training, management oversight, travel, investigative operations). 3. Provide justification for major manpower and capital equipment expenditures related to criminal investigations. 4. Prioritize investigative tasks to be accomplished with available resources (e.g., manpower, equipment, dollars). F. CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE LIAISON/COORDINATION 1. Maintain liaison with other investigative and intelligence agencies. 2. Maintain liaison with audit, prosecutive, specialized professionals. 3. Maintain liaison with supported customer activities. 4. Serve on inter-agency committees to coordinate and/or develop plans and procedures to identify and resolve criminal investigative issues. 5. Provide technical advice to panels/boards/committees in resolving criminal investigative questions/problems. G. CRIME PREVENTION 1. Conduct crime prevention inspections, surveys, or threat assessments to determine vulnerabilities to criminal activity. 2. Analyze data obtained during the conduct of crime prevention inspections, surveys, or threat assessments. 3. Make recommendations for corrective actions to eliminate crime conducive conditions. 4. Develop external training and lectures on the prevention of crime (e.g., fraud awareness, drug prevention, rape awareness). H. INVESTIGATIVE TRAINING 1. Identify training needs related to criminal investigative functions. 2. Develop formal and informal training programs and instructional material in support of criminal investigations. 3. Conduct training related to criminal investigations. 4. Familiarize investigators with the application and utilization of technical equipment (e.g., body wire, wire taps, electronic monitoring devices). 5. Maintain weapons proficiency. 6. Coordinate changes in policies, plans, and procedures with agencies responsible for conducting investigative training. I. BRIEFINGS AND REPORTING 1. Summarize information and facts in a concise, comprehensive form. 2. Present briefings on progress or results of criminal investigations. 3. Prepare information reports and executive summaries. 4. Provide information about the status of criminal investigations to the public affairs office. J. RELATED TASKS 1. Conduct internal affairs investigations and inquiries into grievances, misconduct, security violations, etc. 2. Perform protective service operations (e.g., dignitary protection, personal security). 3. Coordinate/conduct hostage negotiations. 4. Test and check electronic equipment (e.g., alarm devices, body alarms). 5. Maintain and coordinate repairs of forensic science instruments (e.g., electronic monitoring devices, polygraph instruments). 6. Maintain (e.g., receive, safeguard, account for, and disseminate) law enforcement records.