Roles and Functions
Provide administrative, programmatic, and policy oversight over naval offender management programs (detention, restriction, correctional custody, confinement, deserter management, and appellate leave processing) as directed by the Commander, Navy Personnel Command (COMNAVPERSCOM) and the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Total Force) (DCNO (N1)) / Chief of Naval Personnel (CHNAVPERS).
Provide program management and oversight for the Naval Consolidated Brigs (NAVCONBRIG) Miramar, CA and Charleston, SC and their respective detachments (Pearl Harbor, HI / Puget Sound, WA and Jacksonville, FL / Pensacola, FL); Naval Brig Norfolk, Norfolk, VA; Navy Absentee Collection and Information Center (NACIC), Great Lakes, IL; Navy and Marine Corps Appellate Leave Activity (NAMALA), Washington, DC; and the NAVPERSCOM (NPC) Liaison Detachment, United States Disciplinary Barracks (USDB), Fort Leavenworth, KS.
Recommend Navy-wide offender management policies and programs for COMNAVPERSCOM / CHNAVPERS / CNO / Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) approval.
Provide guidance and oversight to major activities responsible for administration and execution of Transient Personnel Units (TPUs).
Manage NPC confinement-related notification program and archive for victims / witnesses, DNA collection program for military offenders convicted of qualifying military offenses, and national registry programs for offenders convicted of sex crimes and crimes against minors.
Corrections and Programs - Provide policy, analysis, advocacy, and oversight of discipline-based capabilities that support Fleet readiness, maintenance of good order and discipline, and public safety.
Corrections Mission - Contribute to public safety and the war with al Qaeda by operating safe, secure, cost-effective confinement facilities that segregate offenders from society, protect constitutional rights, and enhance the success of offenders’ reentry into society.
Post-trial Correctional Facility Missions - Ensure administration, security, good order, discipline, and safety of prisoners and detained personnel from all military Services; retrain and restore maximum number of personnel to honorable service; and prepare remaining prisoners for return to civilian life as productive citizens.
NACIC Mission - Administer centralized deserter information services. Provide tracking, monitoring and collection services of all non-discharged Navy personnel who are administratively declared deserters, and discharged members still subject to the jurisdiction of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) to include parole / supervised release violators and escaped prisoners.
NAMALA Mission - Administer centralized processing / tracking for all Navy and Marine Corps members assigned appellate leave while awaiting results of appellate review, members assigned to parole / supervised release by the Naval Clemency and Parole Board (NC&PB), and perform such other functions and tasks as may be directed by higher authority.
TPU Mission - Contribute to Fleet readiness and the war with al Qaeda by facilitating the most expeditious and professional transfer process possible for future excellence in the Navy and civilian society.
Navy Corrections and Programs, judged by any standard, is to be the Department of Defense (DoD) model of outstanding government administration, and as the best value provider of efficient, safe and humane offender services and programs in the DoD and United States.
Navy Corrections and Programs operates per the highest standards in all relationships with customers, suppliers, environment, and the community.
Navy Corrections and Programs fosters a climate which encourages innovation and diligence amongst staff and rewards accordingly.
Navy Corrections and Programs believes in and supports the principles of humanity, justice, protection, opportunity, knowledge, competence, and accountability that are essential to the foundation of sound corrections policy and effective public protection.
- Quality - Navy Corrections and Programs is committed to continuous improvement in all program aspects and focused on customer requirements; continuous evaluation, growth and learning; attention to individual needs, and promotion of personal excellence.
- Security/Safety - Navy Corrections and Programs is committed to progressive security and stringent safety practices which:
Promote good order and discipline, Enhance effective management, Prevent injury, Safeguard property, equipment, staff and prisoners, and Meet DoD and American Corrections Association (ACA) standards.
- Training - Navy Corrections and Programs is dedicated to high quality training and professional development.
- Stewardship - Navy Corrections and Programs shall be good stewards of the resources entrusted thereof, seeking always to eliminate waste and make the best use of our resources.
- Leadership - Navy Corrections and Programs has the courage to lead by example. We are dedicated to fostering decision making and leadership at all levels.
- Team Work - Navy Corrections and Programs is committed to the principles of team work, mutual respect, and an appreciation for diversity.
- Values - Navy Corrections and Programs is dedicated to the highest principles of personal and organizational trust and Service core values.
Commander, Navy Personnel Command (PERS-00D, Corrections and Programs)
Building 457, Room 64
5720 Integrity Drive
Naval Support Activity Mid-South
Millington, TN 38055-6800
DSN Prefix: 882-
Comm: (901) 874-4444 / 4451
Fax: (901) 874-2626
***If you are trying to find the Board for Corrections of Naval Records (BCNR) in Washington, D.C., contact them at DSN: 224-1402 Comm: (703) 614-1402***