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EMI is:
• Additional instruction in a phase of military duty where an individual is deficient • Intended for, and directed toward, the correction of that deficiency • A legitimate training technique to improve an individual’s duty performance and efficiency

• Additional instruction in a phase of military duty where an individual
is deficient
• Intended for, and directed toward, the correction of that deficiency
• A legitimate training technique to improve an individual’s duty
performance and efficiency
EMI is not to be used as a substitute for judicial (court-martial) punishment or non-judicial punishment (NJP).  It must be logically related to the deficiency in performance for which it was assigned.
EMI is not to be used as a substitute for ______________ or _____________  It must be ________ related to the deficiency in performance for which it was assigned.

Judicial (court-martial)
punishment

non-judicial punishment (NJP).

logically
As a supervisor, you are responsible for ensuring:
• EMI lasts only for two hours or less per day • EMI is only for the period of time it takes to correct the performance deficiency for which it was assigned…no longer • EMI is assigned on a day that is not the enlisted member’s Sabbath • You have the commanding officer’s permission if you assign EMI for completion after normal working hours

• EMI lasts only for two hours or less per day
• EMI is only for the period of time it takes to correct the performance
deficiency for which it was assigned…no longer
• EMI is assigned on a day that is not the enlisted member’s Sabbath
• You have the commanding officer’s permission if you assign EMI for
completion after normal working hours
EMI lasts only for __________ or less per da
2 Hours
EMI is only for the period of time it takes to correct the performance deficiency for which it was assigned…no longe
EMI is only for the period of time it takes to __________________ …no longer

correct the performance
deficiency for which it was assigned
EMI is assigned on a day __________________
that is not the enlisted member’s Sabbat
You have the commanding officer’s permission if you assign EMI for completion after normal working hours
You have the _______________ permission if you assign EMI for completion after normal working hours
commanding officer’s
EMI does not deprive the enlisted person of normal liberty to which he or she is entitled.

EMI does not deprive the enlisted person of ____________ to which he or she is entitled.
normal liberty
When behavior problems occur, it is normally an accepted punishment to withhold certain privileges.  Most privileges can be withheld.  However, there is one exception

When behavior problems occur, it is normally an accepted punishment to
withhold certain privileges.  Most privileges can be withheld.  However,
there is one exception

What is this?
Withholding of Privileges
Withholding of
Privileges
Examples of privileges that can be withheld include:
Special liberty • Scheduling of leave during a particular period…however, reasonable opportunity to take annual leave may not be denied • Exchange of duty • Participation in special command programs • Access to base or ship libraries, base or ship movies, or enlisted or officers’ clubs • Base parking • Base or ship special services events • Commissary and exchange privileges…provided such withholding complies with applicable rules and regulations, and is otherwise in accordance with the law
Special liberty
• Scheduling of leave during a particular period…however, reasonable
opportunity to take annual leave may not be denied
• Exchange of duty
• Participation in special command programs
• Access to base or ship libraries, base or ship movies, or enlisted or
officers’ clubs
• Base parking
• Base or ship special services events
• Commissary and exchange privileges…provided such withholding
complies with applicable rules and regulations, and is otherwise in
accordance with the law

Under this Courtmartial 315 in order to perform probable cause searches, a petty officer must be performing the following duties:Note that there are limitations to probable cause search and seizures under rules for court-martial 315.  Under this rule, in order to perform probable cause searches, a petty officer must be performing the following duties:Note that there are limitations to probable cause search and seizures under rules for court-martial 315.  Under this rule, in order to perform probable cause searches, a petty officer must be performing the following duties:Note that there are limitations to probable cause search and seizures under rules for court-martial 315.  Under this rule, in order to perform probable cause searches, a petty officer must be performing the following duties:Searches and the subsequent seizure of items can be conducted under two different circumstances:

Searches and the subsequent seizure of items can be conducted under two
different circumstances:
• Military police • Guard • Shore patrol • Investigative duties • Military police • Guard • Shore patrol • Investigative duties• Military police • Guard • Shore patrol • Investigative duties• When probable cause exists • When probable cause is not required

• When probable cause exists
• When probable cause is not required
Note that there are limitations to probable cause search and seizures under rules for court-martial 315.  Under this rule, in order to perform probable cause searches, a petty officer must be performing the following duties:

Note that there are limitations to probable cause search and seizures under
rules for__________ Under this rule, in order to perform probable
cause searches, a petty officer must be performing the following duties:
court-martial 315.
Under 315, a search authorization by a commanding officer or judge must have been granted

Under 315, a search authorization by a ________________ must have been granted
commanding officer or judge
Persons conducting probable cause searches should request consent prior to requesting search authorizations.  If sufficient time to obtain a search authorization would result in the destruction or disposal of evidence, a probable cause search may be conducted

Persons conducting probable cause searches should request ______________  If sufficient time to obtain a search authorization would result in the destruction or disposal of evidence, a ___________ search may be conducted
consent prior to requesting search authorizations.

probable cause
Under rules for court-martial 314, enlisted personnel must be in the performance of military law enforcement duties in order to conduct searches and seize property or evidenc

Under rules for ______________ enlisted personnel must be in the
performance of military law enforcement duties in order to conduct searches and seize property or evidenc
court-martial 314,
It is Coast Guard policy that drug and alcohol abuse will not be tolerated as it undermines morale, mission performance, safety, and health.  The possession, use, or distribution of illegal drugs constitutes a serious breach of discipline.  Awareness and education, coupled with positive leadership at all levels, are the basic tools to eliminate drug and alcohol abuse in the Coast Guard.

It is Coast Guard policy that drug and alcohol abuse will not be tolerated
as it undermines morale, mission performance, safety, and health.  The possession, use, or distribution of illegal drugs constitutes a serious breach of discipline.  Awareness and education, coupled with positive leadership at all levels, are the basic tools to eliminate drug and alcohol abuse in the Coast Guard.
Coast Guard Drug and Alcoho

Coast Guard Drug
and Alcoho
The Coast Guard Substance Abuse Prevention Program has three goals/objectivesgoals/objectives:
1. Reduce the incidence of substance and alcohol abuse by Coast Guard members 2. Detect and separate those members who abuse, traffic in, or unlawfully possess drugs 3. Facilitate the rehabilitation of active duty members for further useful service in the Coast Guard

1. Reduce the incidence of substance and alcohol abuse by Coast Guard
members
2. Detect and separate those members who abuse, traffic in, or
unlawfully possess drugs
3. Facilitate the rehabilitation of active duty members for further useful
service in the Coast Guard
Drug and alcohol abuse is discussed in more detail in Requirement 11-3.02-K.
Drug and alcohol abuse is discussed in more detail in _________________

Requirement
11-3.02-K.
Addiction Prevention Specialists (APSs) are Maintenance and Logistics Commands (MLC) personnel assigned to detached duty at major headquarters commands.  APSs serve as full-time addiction prevention facilitators.  Their primary duties include:
Addiction Prevention Specialists (APSs) are Maintenance and Logistics
Commands (MLC) personnel assigned to detached duty at major  headquarters commands.  APSs serve as full-time addiction prevention facilitators.  Their primary duties include:
Conducting and assisting other command CDARs (including Reserve units) in developing and conducting general alcohol awareness and Substance Abuse Free Environment (SAFE) awareness training programs • When stationed at Training Center Cape May, Reserve Training Center Yorktown, or the USCG Academy, provide recruits, officer candidates, direct commission officers, and cadets with abuse policies, surveys or screen tests, and prevention-based educational programs
Conducting and assisting other command CDARs (including Reserve
units) in developing and conducting general alcohol awareness and
Substance Abuse Free Environment (SAFE) awareness training
programs
• When stationed at Training Center Cape May, Reserve Training
Center Yorktown, or the USCG Academy, provide recruits, officer
candidates, direct commission officers, and cadets with abuse policies, surveys or screen tests, and prevention-based educational programs
Recruits, officer candidates, direct commission officers, and cadets are given an initial orientation on Coast Guard abuse policies and the effects of substance abuse within the Coast Guard.
Recruits, officer candidates, direct commission
officers, and cadets are given an initial orientation on Coast Guard
abuse policies and the effects of substance abuse within the Coast
Guard.
Abuse Policies.
Recruits, officer candidates, direct commission officers, and cadets are given an initial survey or screen test to assist in identifying personnel who are at risk for substance abuse.
Recruits, officer candidates, direct
commission officers, and cadets are given an initial survey or screen
test to assist in identifying personnel who are at risk for substance
abuse.
Surveys and Screening Tests
NOTE: The APS is NOT to be assigned CDAR duties

NOTE: The APS is NOT to be assigned _____________
CDAR duties
A prevention-based educational program to reduce the risk of future alcohol or other substance misuse for personnel identified as high risk for substance abuse is provided to:
A prevention-based
educational program to reduce the risk of future alcohol or other
substance misuse for personnel identified as high risk for substance
abuse is provided to:
4 Recruits 4 Officer candidates 4 Direct commission officers 4 Cadet

Recruits
Officer candidates
Direct commission officers
Cadet
CDARs are responsible for the following tasks:
Provide assistance to command regarding drug or alcohol abuse prevention information • Establish unit prevention plans • Hold scheduled annual awareness training for supervisors and all hands • Prepare local instructions • Provide initial meeting with members identified as having possible alcohol abuse problems or receive an alcohol/drug incident; arrange necessary referrals, including diagnostic screening • Coordinate implementation of the mandatory precare/aftercare program with the commanding officer and ensure submission of the follow-up documentation • Obtain treatment and education for personnel as appropriate (ensure listed on unit check-in/out sheet) • Keep commanding officers or officer in charge informed of the expected date of return, prognosis, and personal needs (pay, orders, etc.) of members undergoing treatment • Assist and provide support for personnel returning to duty from treatment • Advise the MLC Substance Abuse Program Representative (SAPR) of all members in this program being transferred to another unit • Coordinate the transfer of case files with the SAPR
Provide assistance to command regarding drug or alcohol abuse
prevention information
• Establish unit prevention plans
• Hold scheduled annual awareness training for supervisors and all
hands
• Prepare local instructions
• Provide initial meeting with members identified as having possible
alcohol abuse problems or receive an alcohol/drug incident; arrange
necessary referrals, including diagnostic screening
• Coordinate implementation of the mandatory precare/aftercare
program with the commanding officer and ensure submission of the
follow-up documentation
• Obtain treatment and education for personnel as appropriate (ensure
listed on unit check-in/out sheet)
• Keep commanding officers or officer in charge informed of the
expected date of return, prognosis, and personal needs (pay, orders,
etc.) of members undergoing treatment
• Assist and provide support for personnel returning to duty from
treatment
• Advise the MLC Substance Abuse Program Representative (SAPR) of
all members in this program being transferred to another unit
• Coordinate the transfer of case files with the SAPR
Members who are involved in alcohol situations not considered as alcohol incidents are to be counseled concerning their abuse of alcohol and informed of the conduct expected of members of the Coast Guard. This counseling must be documented on an Administrative Remarks (CG-3307) form in the member’s PDR

Members who are involved in alcohol situations not considered as alcohol
incidents are to be counseled concerning their abuse of alcohol and
informed of the conduct expected of members of the Coast Guard.
This counseling must be documented on an _______________ form in the member’s PDR

Administrative Remarks
(CG-3307)
An alcohol situation is an occurrence where alcohol is involved or present but is not the causative factor for a member’s undesirable behavior or performance
An _______________ is an occurrence where alcohol is involved or present
but is not the causative factor for a member’s undesirable behavior or
performance
alcohol situation
What is a CDAR
Collateral Duty Addiction Representative (CDAR).
The CG-3307 provides commands with significant background information when considering if disciplinary and/or administrative action should be taken against a member for undesirable behavior or performance influenced by the use of alcohol

The ___________ provides commands with significant background information when considering if disciplinary and/or administrative action should be taken against a member for undesirable behavior or
performance influenced by the use of alcohol
CG-3307
An alcohol incident involves any behavior that:
• Results in the member’s loss of ability to perform assigned duties • Brings discredit upon the Uniformed Services • Is a violation of the UCMJ, Federal, state, or local laws where alcohol is determined to be a significant or causative facto

• Results in the member’s loss of ability to perform assigned duties
• Brings discredit upon the Uniformed Services
• Is a violation of the UCMJ, Federal, state, or local laws where alcohol
is determined to be a significant or causative facto
A high-level overview of the organizational structure is shown on this diagram. A high-level overview of the organizational structure is shown on this diagram. A high-level overview of the organizational structure is shown on this diagram. (memos for officers) are required reflecting:
PDR (Administrative Remarks [CG-3307]) entries for enlisted personnel
(memos for officers) are required reflecting:
All alcohol incidents • Disposition made • A warning that any subsequent alcohol incident is grounds for separation
All alcohol incidents
• Disposition made
• A warning that any subsequent alcohol incident is grounds for
separation
A high-level overview of the organizational structure is shown on this diagram.
A high-level overview of the organizational structure is shown on this
diagram.
Headquarters
Than
ACtivities Europe AReas, and headquarter units
Coast Guard Headquarters, located in Washington, DC, is the administrative and operational command and control center for the Coast Guard
Coast Guard Headquarters, located in _____________ is the
______________ and control center for the Coast
Guard
Washington, DC
administrative and operational command
The Commandant, a four-star admiral:
• Plans, supervises, and coordinates the overall activities of the Coast Guard • Directs the policy and administration of the Coast Guard under the general supervision of the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. • Provides immediate direction to Headquarters units, although the Commandant is not actually the Commanding Officer of Headquarters.

• Plans, supervises, and coordinates the overall activities of the Coast
Guard
• Directs the policy and administration of the Coast Guard under the
general supervision of the Secretary of the Department of Homeland
Security.
• Provides immediate direction to Headquarters units, although the
Commandant is not actually the Commanding Officer of Headquarters.
Activities Europe is responsible to the Commandant for the administration and command of European Units and, in addition, has the following special responsibilities:
______________ is responsible to the Commandant for the administration and command of European Units and, in addition, has the following special responsibilities:
Activities Europe
What composes ACtivities Europe
• European Loran-C System • Mediterranean Sea, Norwegian Sea, and Icelandic Loran-C Chain.

• European Loran-C System
• Mediterranean Sea, Norwegian Sea, and Icelandic Loran-C Chain.
Activities Europe has the following staff divisions:
• Civil Engineering • Comptroller • Loran-C • Personnel and Readiness • Marine Safety Division.

• Civil Engineering
• Comptroller
• Loran-C
• Personnel and Readiness
• Marine Safety Division.
In the field, the Coast Guard is organized into two regions
Atlantic Area and Pacific Areas
Atlantic Area
and Pacific Areas
The Commandant, a four-star admiral

The Commandant is a __________ star admiral
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PDR (Administrative Remarks [CG-3307]) entries for enlisted personnel (memos for officers) are required reflecting: • All alcohol incidents • Disposition made • A warning that any subsequent alcohol incident is grounds for separation

___________________ entries for enlisted personnel
(memos for officers) are required reflecting:
• All alcohol incidents
• Disposition made
• A warning that any subsequent alcohol incident is grounds for
separation
PDR (Administrative Remarks [CG-3307])
How are the ATlantic and Pacific areas split into what sort of divisions
• District offices • One Maintenance and Logistics Command • Cutters.

• District offices
• One Maintenance and Logistics Command
• Cutters.
Three-star admirals (Vice Admirals) lead the Atlantic Area and the Pacific Area. The two areas are responsible for overall mission performance for their regions, including districts, maintenance and logistics commands, and other Coast Guard units that fall within their authority.

______________  or _________ lead the Atlantic Area and the Pacific
Area.
3 STar or Vice Admirals

The Atlantic and Pacific Areas are responsible for ___________________________

overall mission performance for
their regions, including districts, maintenance and logistics commands, and other Coast Guard units that fall within their authority.
Areas have direct oversight of certain units, such as:
• High Endurance Cutters (WHEC) • Medium Endurance Cutters (WMEC • Marine Safety and Security Teams (MSSTs).

• High Endurance Cutters (WHEC)
• Medium Endurance Cutters (WMEC
• Marine Safety and Security Teams (MSSTs).
One- or two-star admirals (Rear Admirals), who are under the general direction and supervision of the Area Commander, lead MLCs. MLCs provide support to all operational units and personnel within their respective areas.
__________________ who are under the general direction and supervision of the Area Commander, lead MLCs. MLCs provide support to all operational units and personnel within their respective areas.
One- or two-star admirals (Rear Admirals),
Services provided by the MLC include civil engineering, electronics systems, naval engineering, health and safety, legal, finance, personnel, and inspection. MLCs also have oversight for many Coast Guard units, such as Integrated Support Commands (ISCs), Civil Engineering Units (CEUs), and Support Centers

Services provided by the____________ include civil engineering, electronics
systems, naval engineering, health and safety, legal, finance, personnel,
and inspection. MLCs also have oversight for many Coast Guard units,
such as Integrated Support Commands (ISCs), Civil Engineering Units
(CEUs), and Support Centers
MLC

MLCs also have oversight for many Coast Guard units, such as __________________
Integrated Support Commands (ISCs), Civil Engineering Units 
(CEUs), and Support Centers
Districts are commanded by Rear Admirals (one- or two-star), who report directly to their Area commanders
Districts are commanded by __________________ who report directly to their Area commanders
Rear Admirals (one- or two-star),
Atlantic Area has___________ district offices,
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Pacific Area has ___________ district offices.
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Districts are responsible for the administration and general direction of units under their authority and assuring that the functions and duties of the Coast Guard are performed efficiently, safely, and economically within their districts.

Districts are responsible for the ________________under their authority and assuring that the functions and duties of the Coast Guard are performed efficiently, safely, and economically within
their districts.
administration and general direction of units
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