Violations of the Code of Conduct - Policy - UNITAF Force Manual (FM)




Violations of the Code of Conduct
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Current Version (159 days ago)

Policy
FM/BP-255.V2.00 - Violations of the Code of Conduct
Policy

If we believe that anyone is in breach of the Code of Conduct we will raise an official Reprimand report with Personnel Command who will investigate it - if this is upheld then one of the following outcomes will be determined.

  1. Stage 1 Warning: A member of Personnel Command will issue you with a Stage 1 Warning
  2. Stage 2 Warning: A senior member of Personnel Command will issue you with a Stage 2 Warning
  3. Final Warning: Typically an intervention from one or two more senior members of Personal Command
  4. Punitive Reduction of Rank: Your rank and/or additional privileges can be removed by Unit Command
  5. Role Area Suspension (RAS): You may be temporarily suspended from deploying in specific combat areas by Unit Command, based on the assessment and duration deemed necessary.
  6. Suspension: Your place in the task force can be suspended by Unit Command for a period of time to be determined, typically starting at 3 months.
  7. Dishonourable Discharge: If an offence is severe or following a continuous pattern of misconduct the member can be referred to the Task Force Commanding Officer (TFCO) for Permanent Discharge. Unlike the normal FM/B- - a dishonourable discharge precludes a person from being present in any unit operated/owned medium perpetually.
Published by Maj James on 12/02/2024 at 21:07

Previous Versions

Policy
FM/BP-255.V1.00 - Violations of the Code of Conduct
Policy

If we believe that anyone is in breach of the Code of Conduct we will raise an official Reprimand report with Personnel Command who will investigate it - if this is upheld then one of the following outcomes will be determined.

  1. Stage 1 Warning: A member of Personnel Command will issue you with a Stage 1 Warning
  2. Stage 2 Warning: A senior member of Personnel Command will issue you with a Stage 2 Warning
  3. Final Warning: Typically an intervention from one or two more senior members of Personal Command
  4. Punitive Reduction of Rank: Your rank and/or additional privileges can be removed by Unit Command
  5. Suspension: Your place in the task force can be suspended by Unit Command for a period of time to be determined, typically starting at 3 months.
  6. Dishonourable Discharge: If an offence is severe or following a continuous pattern of misconduct the member can be referred to the Task Force Commanding Officer (TFCO) for Permanent Discharge. Unlike the normal FM/B- - a dishonourable discharge precludes a person from being present in any unit operated/owned medium perpetually.
Published by Maj James on 06/01/2024 at 01:32
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