Procedures of DoD R, “Procedures Governing the Activities Purpose: In accordance with the authority in DoD Directive Key Orders, Directives, and Regulations. • Executive Order • DoD Directive • DoD R. • Supplemented by. DTM Directive , and rep1aces the November 30, version of DoD -R. It is app1icab1e to a11 DoD inte11igence components.
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However, if the content is acquired within the United States, only information which is necessary to protect against un- authorized electronic surveillance, or to enforce Chap- ter of title 18, United States Code reference d and Section of the Communication Act of reference emay be retained and disseminated only for these purposes.
Impose such sanctions as may be appropriate upon any employee who violates the provisions of this Regulation or any instruction promulgated thereunder.
DoD Directive DoD Intelligence Activities
Present or former employees dierctive a present or former DoD contractor; and c. An organization reasonably believed to be owned or controlled, directly or indirectly, by a foreign power; c. Explanation of undefined terms. The electronic surveillance is necessary to obtain significant foreign intelligence or counterintel- ligence. Publicly available information 3.
In this context, the “general public” also means general availability to persons in a military com- munity even though the military community is not open to the civilian genera! Control of Electronic Surveil- lance Information 1. All renewal requests will be sub- mitted in the same manner as the original request; they will be reviewed under the same criteria.
These additions are set in boldface type. Army in- telligence components additionally may conduct physical surveillance of persons in contact directkve the above sub- jects, but only to the extent necessary to driective that person. The term also does not include any intrusion authorized as necessary to accomplish lawful electronic surveillance conducted pursuant 52440.1-r Parts 1 and 2 of Procedure 5. State whether such requests were approved or disapproved.
A reference to a product by brand name or manufacturer’s name or the use of a name in a descriptive sense, as, for example, direcgive Doctrine,” is not an identification of a United States person.
If physical trespass is required, detail the method of entry.
Such information is necessary to understand or assess foreign intelligence or counterintelligence; c. Name of each identifiable person overheard, provided that person’s conversation was used, retained, or disseminated. Name of rod subject of the case. The Naval Intelligence Command. Interception means the acquisition by the United States Signals Intelligence system through electronic means of a nonpublic communication to which it is not an intended party, and the processing of the contents of that communication into an intelligible form but not including the display of signals on visual display devices intended to permit the examination of the technical characteristics of the signals without reference to the information content carried by the signals.
DoD intelligence components may not engage in or contract for experimentation on human subjects without approval of the Secretary or Deputy 52401-r of Defense, or the Secretary or Under Secretary of a Military Department, as appropriate.
Intelligence, United Directkve Air Force. The agreement by a person or orga- nization to permit DoD intelligence components to take particular actions that affect the person or organization. Language in which the conversation occurred. Undisclosed participation that may be ap- proved within the DoD intelligence component. Mail while in transit within, among, and be- tween the United States, its territories and possessions including mail of foreign origin which is passed by a foreign postal administration to the United States Postal Service for forwarding to a foreign postal administration under a postal treaty or convention, and mail tempo- rarily in the hands of the United States Customs Service or the Department of AgricultureArmy-Air Force APO and Navy FPO post offices, and mail for de- livery to the United Nations, N.
It does not apply when durective information in question is dirfctive solely for administrative purposes or is re- quired by law to be maintained. Communications directige However, such col- lection must comply with the following: Physical surveillances within the United States of US persons or which involve United States persons within DoD investigative jurisdiction overseas may be ap- proved by the head of the DoD intelligence component concerned or by designated senior officials of such com- ponents in accordance with this procedure.
Procedures – 1. Information about United States persons collected in- cidentally to authorized collection may be retained if: Disclosure of the intelligence affiliation of an employee of a DoD intelligence component shall be made to an executive officer of the organization in ques- tion, or to an official in charge of membership, attend- ance or the direcyive of the organization concerned. Information about US persons may be collected, retained, or dissem- inated only if authorized under procedures 2, 3, or 4.
When an investigation or inquiry undertaken pursuant to these procedures establishes reasonable belief that dor crime has been committed, the DoD intelligence component concerned shall dor the matter to the appropriate law enforcement agency in accordance with procedures 12 and 15, or, if the DoD intelligence component is otherwise authorized to con- duct law enforcement activities, shall continue such in- vestigation under appropriate law enforcement proce- dures.
Electronic surveillance authorized pursuant to this section may not continue longer than the time re- quired for a decision by the Attorney General and in no event longer than 72 hours. Information concerning persons who are reasonably believed to be potential sources or contacts for the pur- pose of determining their suitability or credibility; g. Authority to request electronic surveillance.
The term hearability survey refers to monitoring radio communications to determine whether a partic- ular radio signal can be received at one or more loca- tions and, if reception is possible, to determine the quality eirective reception over time.
Information copies of approvals for physical searches authorized pursuant to sections C. This pro- cedure also governs physical surveillance of non-US per- sons. The recipient is reasonably believed to have a need to receive such information for the performance of a lawful governmental function, and is one of the following: If the request is for an extension of a previous authorization, describe results thus far obtained from the interception, or give a reasonable explanation of the failure to obtain results.
Inadvertent interception of US person conver- sation s. For example, the interception of com- munications that originate and terminate outside the United States can be conducted from within the United States and still fall under this part rather than Part 1.