Army Regulation AR 600 20 Army Command Policy July 2020

Army Regulation AR 600 20 Army Command Policy July 2020

Army Regulation AR 600 20 Army Command Policy July 2020

This major revision to United States Army publication, Army Regulation AR 600-20 Army Command Policy July 2020, prescribes the policies and responsibilities of command, which include the Army Ready and Resilient Campaign Plan, military discipline and conduct, the Army Military Equal Opportunity (MEO) Program, the Army Harassment Prevention and Response Program, and the Army Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP) Program.This regulation implements DoDI 1020.03, DoDI 1300.17, DoDI 1325.02, DoDI 1325.06; DoDI 1342.22; DoDI 5240.22, DoDI 5240.26, DoDI 5505.18; DoDI 6495.02; DoDI 6495.03, DoDD 1350.2, DoDD 6495.01, DoDD 5205.16 and DoDD 7050.06. Also, it prescribes the policy and responsibility of command, which include the Army Ready and Resilient Campaign Plan, military discipline and conduct, the Army Equal Opportunity Program, and the Army Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention Program. The 30-day advanced publication requirement has been waived because the revision implements previously published law, DoD directives and instructions, and Army directives that need to be consolidated and communicated to the field as soon as possible. This regulation applies to the Regular Army, the Army National Guard/Army National Guard of the United States, and the U.S. Army Reserve, unless otherwise stated. It also applies to all assigned, attached, or operationally controlled U.S. Army Corrections Command personnel, and all Army Corrections System prisoners incarcerated in Army Corrections System facilities. Chapters 6 and 7 and appendix E apply to members of the Army National Guard of the United States when on active duty Title 10 orders, for 30 days or more. In all other cases, members of the Army National Guard are governed by regulations issued by the Chief, National Guard Bureau consistent with Chief, National Guard Bureau's authorities under 32 USC 110, 10 USC 10503, and DoDD 5105.77. It also applies where stated to Department of the Army Civilians. Portions of this regulation that prescribe specific conduct are punitive, and violations of these provisions may subject offenders to nonjudicial or judicial action under the Uniform Code of Military Justice. The equal opportunity terms found in the glossary are applicable only to uniformed personnel. AR 690-600 and AR 690-12 contains similar terms that are applicable to Department of the Army Civilians.

Army Command Policy

Army Command Policy

Army Command Policy


Army Regulation AR 600 20 Army Command Policy 20 September 2012

Army Regulation AR 600 20 Army Command Policy 20 September 2012

Army Regulation AR 600 20 Army Command Policy 20 September 2012

This regulation prescribes the policies and responsibilities of command, which include the Well-being of the force, military discipline, and conduct, the Army Equal Opportunity (EO) Program, and the Army Sexual Assault Victim Program. It discusses: Command, Command Policies, Counseling, Open Door Policies, the NCO Support Channel, Relief for Cause, Army Well-Being, Military Discipline and Conduct, the Responsibilities of Command, Prevention of Sexual Harassment, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program, and the policies, laws, and regulations associated with any and all levels of Military Command.

Army Regulation AR 600 20 Army Command Policy November 2014

Army Regulation AR 600 20 Army Command Policy November 2014

Army Regulation AR 600 20 Army Command Policy November 2014

This regulation, Army Regulation AR 600-20 Army Command Policy November 2014, prescribes the policies and responsibilities of command. It includes the following chapters: Chapter 1 - Introduction Chapter 2 - Command Policies Chapter 3 - Ready and Resilient Chapter 4 - Military Discipline and Conduct Chapter 5 - Other Responsibilities of Command Chapter 6 - The Equal Opportunity Program in the Army Chapter 7 - Prevention of Sexual Harassment Chapter 8 - Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program The chapters are supplemented with ten appendixes: Appendix A. References Appendix B. Political Activities Appendix C. Equal opportunity/Sexual Harassment Complaint Processing System Appendix D. Command Climate Survey Appendix E. The Sexual Assault Review Board Appendix F. Army Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program Sexual Assault Victim Assistance Actions Appendix G. Confidentiality/Restricted Reporting Appendix H. Essential Training Tasks for a Sexual Assault Response Capability Appendix I. Sexual Assault Forensic Exam, Collection, and Preservation of Evidence under Restricted Reporting Appendix J. Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program Assessment

The Army Lawyer

The Army Lawyer

The Army Lawyer


Ar 600 20

Ar 600 20

Ar 600 20

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