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Brigade Detainee Internment Facilities

Definition/Scope: At the BDIF, the detainee will receive additional in processing which includes: Medical screening; Initial screening by a medical care provider immediately upon induction; A medical exam by a licensed independent health provider within 24 hours; Medications prescribed as needed; Referrals for inpatient or special outpatient care made as warranted; Everything is documented; Weight and health management; Detainees are weighed at in-processing and then at various stages throughout their detention; Many detainees actually gain weight at detention facilities and receive medical treatment that they would not otherwise be able to receive Immunizations are given as needed; Biometrics enrollment information collected; Detainees are issued a Qur'an and a prayer rug. JP 3-63

Used For:

Intelligence WFF
Mission command WFF
Protection WFF



Broader Terms:

Brigade Special Troops Battalion
Detainee Operations
Enemy Prisoner of War
Multinational Force - Iraq

Narrower Terms:

correctional facility
criminal activity
Initial Point Of Capture
Military Police

Related Terms:

Brigade Internment Facilities
detainee holding area
Initial Point Of Capture
Regional Holding Facility, USMC
theater internment facilities

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