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tion signature, and at least two witnesses will check
his property and sign the property record. If an
officer of the military police unit is present, he will be
one of the witnesses. The duplicate property record
will be returned to the military police when the of-
fender's property is returned to him and he has
signed the original property record in acknowledg-
ment of receipt of his property.
b. Interrogation. The offender is * * * "and
interviewed later. For the technique of conducting
interrogation see.F1M 19-20.
c. Booking. The police clerk records the incident
in the Record of Arrests (WD AGO Form 19-
76). (See fig. 8 and TM 19-250.) Arrangements
may be * * * committed serious' crimes.
* * * * *
34. PROVISIONAL MILITARY POLICE PASS. Provi-
sional military police passes (WD AGO Form 19-
75) are issued by the provost marshal:
a. When military personnel are taken into custody
for violations serious enough to justify revocation of
their passes or leave orders.
b. Where no passes have been issued.
c. When an absentee * * * without a guard.
Necessary arrangements are * * * of trans-
41. MAKING AN ARREST.
e. Transporting prisoners. Objects such as * * *
should be used. When 4 -ton trucks must be used,
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