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i. Supervision of the operation of prophylactic station,
when one is established at military police headquarters.
30. PROCESSING OFFENDERS. a. Searching. (1)
The military policeman conducting a search normally causes
the offender to stand with his arms upraised and his back
to the searcher. (See fig. 7.) The offender is searched for
Figure 7. Normal method of searching a prisoner.
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