2011 Domestic Operational Law Handbook for Judge Advocates - WMD, CBRNE, Civil Disturbance, National Incident Management System (NIMS), Posse Comitatus, Special Events, Rules for Use of Forces
The Domestic Operational Law (DOPLAW) Handbook for Judge Advocates is a product of the Center for Law and Military Operations (CLAMO). Its content is derived from statutes, Executive Orders and Directives, national policy, DoD Directives, joint publications, service regulations and field manuals, and lessons learned by judge advocates and other practitioners throughout federal and state government. This edition includes a substantial revision of Chapter 3, it incorporates new guidance as set for forth Department of Defense Directive 3025.18, Defense Support of Civil Authorities (DSCA), it provides amplifying information on wildfire response, emergency mutual assistance compacts, the role of the National Guard and Army units such as Army North and Joint Task Force—Civil Support, and it discusses the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
The Handbook is designed to serve as a working reference and training tool for judge advocates. However, this Handbook is not a substitute for independent research. With the exception of footnoted doctrinal material, the information contained in this Handbook is not doctrine. Judge Advocates advising in this area of the law should monitor developments in domestic operations closely as the landscape continues to evolve.
What all DOMOPS contingencies have in common is that each is unique in some or many respects. What DOMOPS contingencies and DOPLAW have in common is that no other activity in which members of the military legal community engage so reflects the constitutionally-based character and structure of the nation we serve. The Department of Homeland Security's National Response Framework, which superseded the National Response Plan, DoD authorities and policies regarding defense support of civil authorities, and other DOMOPS authorities, policies, and doctrine reflect fundamental principles of federalism by establishing protocols that place the Federal government in a supporting role to state and local authorities for most response contingencies.
CHAPTER 1: OVERVIEW OF DOMESTIC SUPPORT OPERATIONS * CHAPTER 2: NATIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR INCIDENT MANAGEMENT * CHAPTER 3: DoD RESPONSE FOR CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, RADIOLOGICAL, NUCLEAR, AND HIGH-YIELD EXPLOSIVES (CBRNE) CONSEQUENCE MANAGEMENT * CHAPTER 4: MILITARY SUPPORT TO CIVILIAN LAW ENFORCEMENT * CHAPTER 5: CIVIL DISTURBANCE OPERATIONS * CHAPTER 6: COUNTERDRUG OPERATIONS * CHAPTER 7: MILITARY SUPPORT TO SPECIAL EVENTS * CHAPTER 8: MISCELLANEOUS DOMESTIC SUPPORT OPERATIONS * CHAPTER 9: INTELLIGENCE OVERSIGHT AND INFORMATION HANDLING DURING DOMESTIC AND DOMESTIC SUPPORT OPERATIONS * CHAPTER 10: RESERVE COMPONENTS, CIVIL AIR PATROL, U.S. COAST GUARD - STATUS AND RELATIONSHIPS * CHAPTER 11: RULES FOR THE USE OF FORCE FOR FEDERAL FORCES * CHAPTER 12: RULES FOR THE USE OF FORCE FOR THE NATIONAL GUARD * CHAPTER 13: FUNDING DOMESTIC SUPPORT OPERATIONS * SUPPORT TO PRIVATE ORGANIZATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS * 1. BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA * 2. GIRL SCOUTS OF AMERICA * 3. NATIONAL VETERANS ' ORGANIZATIONS * 4. AMERICAN RED CROSS * 5. NATIONAL MILITARY ASSOCIATIONS * 6. HOMELESS INDIVIDUALS * L. LOAN OR LEASE OF NON-EXCESS PROPERTY OF A MILITARY DEPARTMENT * 1. AUTHORIZED LOAN OR LEASE OF NON-EXCESS PROPERTY * 2. EMERGENCY EXCEPTIONS M. MILITARY ASSISTANCE TO SAFETY AND TRAFFIC * N. EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL * O. MILITARY WORKING DOGS * P. MISCELLANEOUS SUPPORT * Q. MISCELLANEOUS EXCEPTIONS
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