AR 630–10

Absence Without Leave, Desertion, and Administration of Personnel Involved in Civilian Court Proceedings

This rapid action revision, dated 13 January 2006-

o Changes all references from SIDPERS to eMILPO throughout the publication.

o Makes typographical errors throughout the publication.

This rapid action revision, dated 8 April 2005–

o Mandates that the gaining unit commander for Selected Reserve Personnel, or the commander, Human Resource Command-St. Louis, for other than Selected Reserve personnel, determine whether the absentee knew of or received his or her mobilization orders (para 6-2b).

o Mandates that Army National Guard of the United States and U.S. Army Reserve absentees be reported as absent without leave effective on the absentee’s established reporting date, if it is determined that the absentee knew of or received mobilization orders and did not report as scheduled (para 6-2b).

This revision dated, 22 December 2003-

o Changes the Army Reserve Personnel Center (ARPERCEN) to HRC-St. Louis.

o Makes correction to reflect the reorganization of PERSCOM as the Human Resources Command throughout the regulation.

o Revises procedures for unit commanders to identify Soldiers who do not report and establishes a timeline for reporting absentees to the military pay office (paras 1-4j and 2-3).

o Revises procedures for processing absent Soldiers who are in transit (para 2-3).

o Requires notification of dropped from rolls action to the military pay office (para 3-1).

o Requires return of in transit to outside continental United States Army deserters who fail to report to their gaining command. (para 4-6).

o Requires processing of deserters from outside continental United States at personnel control facilities (para 4-6).

This revision, dated 1 October 2001-

o Revises procedures for unit commanders to identify Soldiers who do not report and establishes a timeline for reporting absentees to the military pay office (paras 1-4j and 2-3).

o Requires the appointment of an Installation Deserter Control Officer and assigns specific responsibilities to that officer (para 1-4).

o Requires the return of Continental and Outside Continental United States Army deserters to their parent unit (chap 4).

o Requires accessment of Initial Entry Trainees, members of the Army National Guard, and U.S. Army Reserves deserters back into the Army through Personnel Control Facilities (chap 4).

o Revises procedures for reporting and processing absentees from the Reserve forces (chap 5).

This revision, dated 10 June 1992-

o Changes the title of AR 630-10 to Absence Without Leave, Desertion, and Administration of Personnel Involved in Civilian Court proceedings.

o Adds responsibilities for the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations and Plans (para 1-4a).

o Deletes Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel responsibilities for law enforcement administration of absentees and deserters (para 1-4b).

o Refines absentee reporting and processing procedures (chap 2).

o Refines deserter reporting and processing procedures (chap 3).

o Establishes requirements for the expeditious reporting, processing, and transporting of special category absentees (para 3-3).

o Refines policies and procedures for the surrender of military personnel to civilian law enforcement agencies (chap 7).

 

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