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CREW: Department of Defense: Regarding Domestic Violence – Department of the Army: 12/9/2010 – BRAGG 20091652 1981

CREW: Department of Defense: Regarding Domestic Violence – Department of the Army: 12/9/2010 – BRAGG 20091652 1981

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On November 2, 2009, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) filed a FOIA request with the Department of Defense (DOD) seeking 19 different categories of domestic violence records that DOD may maintain. According to several press reports, the Army has been mishandling domestic violence cases, sometimes declining to prosecute after asking civilian prosecutors to transfer the cases. This is especially alarming as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), which is on the rise among returning soldiers, can be a contributing factor in these cases.; FOIA Request: CREW: Department of Defense: Regarding Domestic Violence; Holder of Document: CREW; Producing Agency: Department of Defense - Department of the Army; Date Received: 12/9/2010;
On November 2, 2009, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) filed a FOIA request with the Department of Defense (DOD) seeking 19 different categories of domestic violence records that DOD may maintain. According to several press reports, the Army has been mishandling domestic violence cases, sometimes declining to prosecute after asking civilian prosecutors to transfer the cases. This is especially alarming as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), which is on the rise among returning soldiers, can be a contributing factor in these cases.; FOIA Request: CREW: Department of Defense: Regarding Domestic Violence; Holder of Document: CREW; Producing Agency: Department of Defense - Department of the Army; Date Received: 12/9/2010;

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THIS FORM IS SUBJECT TO THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974CHILD/INTIMATE PARTNER ABUSE INCIDENT REPORT 
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For Official Use Only.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SECTION I - ADMINISTRATIVE DATAIncident # Installation Date of Incident Date of ReferralType of Victim
20091652 Fort Bragg 08JUL2009 16JUL2009 Spouse
VictimStatusWas offender infatality previouslyknown to FAP?Was deceasedvictim previouslyknown to FAP? Source of Referral to FAPNumber of secondaryoffenders
Alive No No CIVILIAN:  Law Enforcement 0
Originating Installationfor Transfer-In CaseMaltreatment Type(s)Alleged Investigation Source Victim Protective Actions
Physical & Emotional No Investigation Other safety actions
SECTION II - SPONSOR INFORMATIONSponsor SSN Sponsor NameSponsor Role inIncidentSponsor Branchof ServiceSponsorComponent Sponsor Rank
REDACTED REDACTED Victim Army Regular EM-05
SECTION III - VICTIM INFORMATIONVictim FMP Victim SSN Victim NameVictim Date of Birth Victim SexVictimRaceEthnicityVictimMaritalStatus
20 REDACTED REDACTED 01JAN1920 Male White, NotHispanicNotReported
VictimPermanentlyDisabled?Victim Involvedwith AlcoholRelated toIncidentVictim Involvedwith DrugsRelated toIncidentVictim Clinical InterventionProvided by?IncidentOccurred inInstallation?
No Substance notInvolvedSubstance notInvolvedArmy FAP Providers No
SECTION IV - ABUSER INFORMATION

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