Marine Corps Installations East

 

Marine Corps Installations East

Regional Brig

Camp Lejeune, N.C.
Frequently Asked Questions
The following questions and answers may resolve your issue.

Q1.  Does the confinement order have to be the original?
Yes. No exceptions.

Q2.  For out of state confinements - If we don’t have the uniforms, how long do we have to bring them in? 
The confining command is responsible for bringing any missing uniform items within 72 hours of
confinement for pre-trial prisoners.  Post-trial prisoners must be confined with the full gear requirement.  


Q3.  If there was no victim/witness in the case, do we need to bring a DD 2704? 
Yes.  Brig legal must have a record of it.

Q4.  What time can I drop off a new confinement?
Anytime.  The brig is open 24 hours a day.

Q5.  Who can do a command visit and when?
E-6 and above may conduct Command Visits Monday through Friday from 0800-1600.  They must
be in uniform.


Q6.  For a prisoner who has been U/A, does the prisoner really need four (4) sets of uniforms if they have been UA for X amount of days, months, years?
Yes. A full seabag is required upon confinement.

Q7.  Does the prisoner really need a full sea bag?
Yes.  

Q8.  What paperwork do we need to check out a prisoner/detainee for an appointment?
A temporary release memorandum is required (either signed by the Commanding Officer or Acting Commanding Officer) and hand-carried to Receiving and Release.

Q9.  What is the brig phone number and address?
Phone Number:  910-451-1308
Command Address:
MCIEAST Regional Brig                                                                             (Bldg 1039 for FEDEX and UPS orders)
PSC Box 20140
Camp Lejeune, NC 28542-0140

Prisoner Address:
Full Name
MCIEAST Regional Brig                                                                             (Bldg 1039 for FEDEX and UPS orders)
        PSC Box 20140

Camp Lejeune, NC 28542-0140 

Q10. Do you have to be brig chaser certified to initially confine someone?
No.  However, for any type of temporary release, brig chaser qualification is required.  A command escort (non-brig chaser) is required for permanent release and must be the same rank or above.

Q11. Who is authorized to sign the medical certificate on the confinement order?
Only a Medical Officer or Physician's Assistant (PA) is authorized.

Q12. Can we bring in a prisoner/detainee without the physical signed by an officer, and then get it done later?
No, the parent command or escorts (including civilian chasers) are responsible for making sure the physical is completed prior to confinement not to exceed 24hrs. 

Q13. What paperwork is required for new confinements?
For Post-Trial Prisoners:

-Original Confinement Order (DD 2707 (2013 Version)) Complete with a certified examination by a
Medical Officer, Nurse Practitioner, or Physician’s Assistant (not an Independent Duty Corpsman (IDC)
or corpsman).
-Original Victim/Witness Certification and Election (DD 2704 (2013 Version))
-Results of Trial or DD Form 2329 – Record of Trial (Summary Court Martial)
-Pre-Trial Agreement – Parts I and II
-Charge Sheet
-Medical and Dental Records


For Pre-Trial Prisoners:

-Original Confinement Order (DD 2707 (2013 Version)) Complete with a certified examination by a
Medical Officer, Nurse Practitioner, or Physician’s Assistant (not an Independent Duty Corpsman (IDC)
or corpsman).
-Medical and Dental Records
-Military Protective Order (if Applicable)


Q14. How does a SILT (Separation in Lieu of Trial) effect confinement status?
Pre-trial prisoners approved for either an Admin Sep or SILT cannot remain confined and will be released the day of approval.

Q15. Why does a prisoner with a 30 day sentence only serve 25 days?
Good conduct time is earned for Post-trial prisoners. (DoD 1325.7-M Sentence Computation Manual)

Q16. Can I confine a female?
Yes, with a formal request via Naval Message to CMC PSL Corrections.

Q17. Can we still bring the prisoner in if she is pregnant?
Yes.      

Q18. Where are Female Confinements held?
Onslow, Craven, and New Hanover County jails.  Please refer to our Legal Information page for more details..