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Figure 22. Criminal investigators operate under direct control
of the provost marshal, and are normally provided office
space in the provost marshal's office.
tion. In all cases in which the surrender of a member of
the military service is requested by Federal civil authorities,
the matter will be promptly referred through channels to
the War Department, together with all available informa-
tion and appropriate recommendations. (See AR 600-355.)
c. In theaters of operations, it is the policy of the War
Department to try persons subject to the Articles of War
by military courts for offences over which civilian courts
normally have jurisdiction.
58. CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION. a. Criminal inves-
tigation personnel operate under the direct control of the
provost marshal. They are normally authorized separate
quarters and rations, and are usually provided office space in
the provost marshal's office. At times it is advisable that
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