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2021-05-27

What is family assessment and intervention model?

What is family assessment and intervention model?

IFAIM is an integrative and collaborative family-centered assessment and intervention model. It was specifically designed to meet the multiple needs of multi-challenged families at psychosocial risk with maltreated (physically or psychologically) or neglected children and youth.

Can an E4 marry an E5?

No, it’s considered fraternization and not allowed. Why? Because the E5 is likely to be in charge of the E4. An E5 is considered a junior leader in the US Army.

What regulation covers Sharp?

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What does SHARP stand for Sexual Harassment and Assault Response Prevention
What regulation covers SHARP AR 600-20 CH 7 and 8
What are the goals of SHARP 1. minimize incident 2. encourage reporting 3. establish training 4. ensure sensitive treatment 5. Educate leaders on their role

What regulation covers fraternization?

AR 600-20, paragraph 4-15 prohibits relationships between trainees and permanent party personnel (including cadre) except those relationships required by the training mission.

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Can officers and enlisted hang out?

Yes. There is no policy preventing Officer’s from “hanging” with “Enlisted”. But, its’ common for Company Grade Officers to Hang with Mid-Career to Senior NCOs and Field Grades hanging with Senior NCOs. They usually work together and have more things in common.

What regulation covers Army history?

*This regulation supersedes AR 870–5, dated 29 January 1999. This regulation outlines the general responsibilities, policies, and procedures for the preparation and use of military history in the Army.

Can an army commander deny leave?

Every command will have their own procedures for requesting leave. It may involve a paper or electronic leave request form, sometimes called a “leave chit.” The command will then approve or deny the leave request.

Can a NCO apprehend a soldier?

You may apprehend a soldier anywhere and any time; the only limitation is that you must have probable cause. To do so, you should identify yourself as an officer and show your ID card if you’re not in uniform.

What are the 5 types of court-martial?

Types of Military Court-Martial

  • Summary Court-Martial. Trial by summary court-martial provides a simplified procedure for the resolution of charges involving minor incidents of misconduct.
  • Special Court-Martial. A special court-martial is the intermediate court-martial level, and there are two types.
  • General Court-Martial.
  • Joint Jurisdiction.
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Can you ETS while under investigation?

The only way a Soldier can be retained beyond their ETS date is if the command is investigating the Soldier with intent to take the charges to court-martial. (See para 1-22, AR 635-200) Just the fact they are investigating does not authorize the command to extend a Soldier past their ETS date.

What is General Military Authority give an example?

For example, if you see soldiers in a brawl, you have the general military authority (and the obligation) to stop the fight. This authority applies even if none of the soldiers are in your unit.