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Marine Corps Corrections

Headquarters Marine Corps

Plans, Policies & Operations (PP&O)
Prisoner Disposition and Administrative Processing
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 For Post-Trial Prisoners:

  • Original Confinement Order (DD 2707 (2013 Version) Complete with a certified examination by a  Medical Officer, Nurse Practitioner, or Physician’s Assistant (not an Independent Duty Corpsman (IDC)  or corpsman)
  • Original Victim/Witness Certification and Election (DD 2704)
  • Statement of Trial Results
  • Pre-Trial Agreement – Parts I and II
  • Charge Sheets
  • Medical and Dental Records

For Pre-Trial Prisoners:

  • Original Confinement Order (DD 2707 (2013 Version) Complete with a certified examination by a Medical Officer, Nurse Practitioner, or Physician’s Assistant (not an Independent Duty Corpsman (IDC) or corpsman).
  • Medical and Dental Records
  • Military Protective Order (if Applicable)

 

The list provided may vary with the quantity of items depending on the place of confinement.  Please ensure you contact the confining facility to ensure you have the correct local requirements.

Gear downloads:

Marine Corps Brig Contact Numbers:

MCI-West Brig, Camp Pendleton - (760) 725-8556
MCI-East Regional Brig, Camp Lejeune - (910) 451-7465
MCAS Yuma Brig - (928) 269-2167
MCIPAC Brig, Okinawa - DSN (315) 623-4948
MCAS Iwakuni Brig - (315) 253-3412

The use of a civilian confinement facility may only be authorized in the absence of a military confinement facility and reserved for remote commands not attached to a major installation.  Requests to confine Marine Corps prisoners, (both pre- and post-trial) will be sent via AMHS to CMC, PSL Corrections (PLAD - CMC WASHINGTON DC PPO PSL) and email to GySgt Timothy Hanson at timothy.p.hanson@usmc.mil

 

Parent commands must provide preceding coordination with CMC, PSL Corrections for the notification of a confinement to ensure proper reimbursement for the daily cost of confinement in a civilian facility. 

The message reporting confinement will contain the following information:

  • Name, grade, and last 4 of SSN.
  • Date of Birth
  • Date confined.
  • Reason for confinement. 
  • Length of sentence, if applicable. 
  • Number of days credit for pre-trial confinement and/or judicial credit. 
  • Name, telephone number, location, and POC for the confinement facility.      
  • Name and telephone number of POC at confining command.

The appropriate Staff Judge Advocate’s office must be notified in writing within 24-hours of service members being placed in pre‑trial confinement.

Pre-trial confinements involving a service member require the necessary documentation to be presented to the Initial Review Officer (IRO).

 

A confinement physical must be conducted within 24 hours of confining a service member.

Liaison must be made with the confining facility prior to confinement to determine authorized clothing, health, and comfort items for confinement.  Commanders are responsible for providing transportation and escorts for confined service members to and from a civilian facility.

Command and legal visitation is subject to the confining facility’s regulations.

 

Parent commands must provide preceding coordination with CMC, PSL Corrections for the notification of a female confinement to ensure proper reimbursement for the daily cost of confinement in a civilian facility.  An AMHS message must be submitted to CMC, PSL Corrections upon both the confinement and release of a female service member from a civilian facility.  The officer directing the confinement or release of the female service member must ensure the message is submitted within 24-hours of the action.

The message reporting confinement will contain the following information:

  • Name, grade, and last 4 of SSN.
  • Date confined.
  • Reason for confinement. 
  • Length of sentence, if applicable. 
  • Number of days credit for pre-trial confinement and/or judicial credit. 
  • Name, telephone number, location and a POC at the confinement facility.     
  • Name and telephone number of POC at confining command.

The appropriate Staff Judge Advocate’s Office must be notified in writing within 24-hours of female service members being placed in pre‑trial confinement.

Pre-trial confinements involving a female service member require the necessary documentation to be presented to the Initial Review Officer (IRO) in the same manner as male service members.

A confinement physical, to include a pregnancy test, must be conducted within 24 hours of confining a female service member.

Liaison must be made with the confining facility prior to confinement to determine authorized clothing, health, and comfort items for confinement.  Commanders are responsible for providing transportation and escorts for confined female service members to and from a civilian facility.

Command and legal visitation is subject to the confining facility’s regulations.

 

 

A TR by SR is the administrative process of transferring a prisoner by service record book between monitored command codes, effecting a permanent change from the parent command to a Long Term Prisoner unit. Instructions and required templates are available below. Please contact Sgt Adam Benton at adam.benton@usmc.mil with any questions.

Eligibility requirements:

  • Punitive Discharge (BCD, DD, or Dismissal)
  • At least 90 days remaining until minimum release date.
  • MCTFS record must be up to date.
  • TMO/Personal Effects disposition must be complete.
  • All issued gear must be turned in or a missing gear statement completed.
  • No pending legal issues or request masts.

Instructions and Templates:

TR by SR Requirements

Request Template

Legal Memo template

Supply Memo template

Personal Effects Info template

 




The nearest Marine Corps activity receiving information that a Marine (including absentees and deserters) has been apprehended by civilian authorities and has civilian charges pending will establish liaison with civilian authorities and file a military detainer.  A Naval Message shall be sent to the Marine's parent command and CMC, PSL Corrections providing the following information:

  • Date, time, and place of arrest
  • Place of confinement
  • Charges pending
  • Prospective date of trial
  • Status of the court proceedings, e.g., pending grand jury hearing.

Liaison with civil authorities shall be maintained to inform CMC, PSL Corrections and the Marine's parent command by message of:

  • Any change in the date of trial or continuance.
  • Any change in the allegations or charges.
  • Any action by a grand jury.
  • Any other change of status including movement to another confinement facility, release on bond, or release on own recognizance.
  • Completion of sentence.

All requests for transfer and/or transport of USMC prisoners and parolees will be requested by Commanding Officers, via AMHS or letter, to CMC PSL Corrections.  Requests from the prisoner's parent command shall include:

 

  • Name
  • Rank
  • SSN
  • Date of Birth.
  • Charges
  • Sentence
  • Release Date
  • Height/Weight
  • Requested date of transport.
  • Justification for transfer.
Background Investigations

Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) inquiries pertaining to the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act 30 Nov 1993 not previously clarified by a federal background check through the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) may be provided by this Headquarters upon request.  Inquiries receiving a notice of charges that are military may request Disposition, Discharge and Court-Martial information when available.

Email inquiries to:
adam.benton@usmc.mil and 
timothy.p.hanson@usmc.mil

Additional contact information is provided on the right of this page.

Corrections Management Information System

CORMIS collects, tracks, and manages data on housing, level of custody, sex offender registration requirements, Brady Bill reporting requirements, jobs, appointments, mental and physical health histories, offenses, courts, sentences, transfers and releases. CORMIS also performs as the central repository for Victim and Witness Assistance Program data. This program automatically calculates sentences, parole eligibility, manages service-members with non-judicial punishment, and Correctional Custody Unit residents and also maintains accountability of inmate funds and valuables and enhances the transfer of prisoners between brigs.

Requesting an Account

Submit all CORMIS SAAR forms to adam.benton@usmc.mil

Frequently Asked Questions
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Yes. No exceptions.
Yes.  Brig legal must have a record of it in the prisoner file.
Only a Medical Officer or Physician's Assistant (PA) is authorized.
Yes, however only in extreme circumstances. Be advised it's required to be done within 24 hours of confinement.
Anytime.  Marine Corps confinement facilities accept new inmates 24 hours a day.  Please ensure you call the confining facility as a courtesy and as they can assist with the requirements.
No.  However, for any type of temporary release, brig chaser qualification is required.  
The confining command is responsible for bringing any missing uniform items within 72 hours of
confinement for pre-trial prisoners.  Post-trial prisoners must be confined with the full gear requirement.  

Yes. However, the uniform requirements for pre-trial prisoners must be attained within 72 hours. 

Post-trial prisoners are required to have all gear requirements upon confinement.

*NOTE*  Hygiene gear is required upon confinement.

Command visits are required weekly by E-6 and above and must be conducted in uniform.  A telephonic command visit may be conducted for commands located in excess of two-hundred miles from the confinement facility, but should physically visit with the confined service member at least monthly.  Remote commands should contact the confinement facility to arrange the best course of action.    
Pre-trial prisoners approved for either an Admin Sep or SILT cannot remain confined and will be released the day of approval.
CORRECTIONS LINKS
Contact Information

Sergeant Adam S. Benton

Office: 703-604-4354
Gov Cell: 571-733-7706
Email: adam.benton@usmc.mil

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Corrections Management Information System

CORMIS Helpdesk - (703)  604 - 4351 
Fax number: (703) 604-0769

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AMHS (PLAD):

CMC WASHINGTON DC PPO PSL

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