DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INCIDENT COUNT-CONSEQUENT COMMAND ACTIONS

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NAVADMIN 004/16

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SUBJ/DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INCIDENT COUNT-CONSEQUENT COMMAND ACTIONS//



REF/A/MSG/CNO WASHINGTON DC/131857ZFEB15//
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NARR/REF A IS NAVADMIN 037/15, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INCIDENT COUNT-CONSEQUENT 
COMMAND ACTIONS.  REF B IS AN UNDER SECRETARY OF DEFENSE FOR PERSONNEL AND 
READINESS MEMORANDUM FOR SECRETARIES OF THE MILITARY DEPARTMENTS CHAIRMAN OF 
THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INCIDENT COUNT AND CONSEQUENT 
COMMAND ACTIONS.//

RMKS/1.  This NAVADMIN provides amplifying information for reference (a) 
regarding the Navy Domestic Violence Incident Count and Consequent Command 
Action (DVIC-CCA) collection and reporting plan. Reference (b) directed each 
service to develop a plan to collect and submit the number of DVIC-CCAs for 
incidents that meet specifically defined criteria.

2.  Commander Navy Installations Command (CNIC) responsibilities.  
CNIC will:
    a.  Direct the installation Family Advocacy Clinicians in consultations 
with Clinical Case Staff Meetings (CCSM) to review all domestic violence 
incidents (DVI) and assign a severity level using Department of Defense 
Family Advocacy Program Incident Severity Scale.  Incidents that meet DVIC-
CCA reporting criteria shall be reported to the parent command of the Service 
Member by CCSM letter and recorded in the Navy Central Registry (NCR).
    b.  Forward NCR reportable DVI data to Director, 21st Century Office 
(OPNAV (N17)) quarterly (15 January, 15 April, 15 July, 15 October) and final 
report no later than 30 November.  At a minimum, data will include: 

        (1) Command Name
        (2) Command Primary Unit Identification Code (UIC)
        (3) Incident Report Date
        (4) Category of Abuse/Severity
        (5) Name of Service Member Offender

3.  Echelon II responsibilities.  Echelon II commanders will establish Family 
Advocacy Liaisons throughout their enterprises to facilitate timely reporting 
of DVIC-CCA reports and also follow-up on missing reports if required.

4.  Commanders responsibilities
    a.  Report completed command actions for incidents that were determined 
by Family Advocacy Program (FAP) to meet the incident severity scale criteria 
by fiscal year via encrypted e-mail to DVIC_CCA(at)navy.mil no later than 
five days after the command action is complete.  The report shall include: 

        (1) Command Name
        (2) Command Primary UIC
        (3) Incident Report Date and DTG of SITREP if applicable
        (4) Category of Abuse/Severity as notified by FAP
        (5) Name of Service Member Offender
        (6) Consequent Command Action
        (7) Command Point of Contact Information 

    b.  Issuing military protective order or treatment through FAP/Fleet and 
Family Support Center is not a reportable CCA.  If the commander decides not 
to pursue command action the CCA would be reported as "No Action Taken" in 
the OTHER category.  No action taken is usually the result of insufficient 
evidence for disciplinary processing or the commander made a determination 
that no action would be taken because disciplinary or administrative action 
was not warranted under guidance as cited in Rules for Courts-Martial 306.

5.  Additional information on DVIC/CCA is available at
http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-
npc/support/21st_Century_Sailor/familyadvocacy/Pages/default.aspx.

6.  Point of contact is Mr. Aaron Wagner, DVIC-CCA Action Officer, at (901) 
874-6969 or via e-mail at aaron.wagner(at)navy.mil.

7.  This NAVADMIN will remain in effect until superseded or canceled, 
whichever occurs first.

8.  Released by Vice Admiral W. F. Moran, N1.//

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