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Misconduct Reporting
E5 and Below

Misconduct Reporting (NJP/Civil Action/Courts-Martial) (E-5 and Below) Submission

Per MILPERSMAN 1616-050, commanding officers (CO) must report all final adverse actions on all enlisted (E-5 and below) to Navy Personnel Command (NAVPERSCOM) Records Management Policy Branch (PERS-313).
Servicing Personnel Offices or Command Personnel/Legal Offices may email these reports to PERS-313 using the Instruction Guide.  Emailing the reports is the preferred method over mailing as it provides a means of communication back to the commands regarding submission errors per BUPERSINST 1070.27E and MILPERSMAN 1616-050.
Commands must ensure that the requirements in the Instruction Guide are adhered to.
PERS-832 Requirements
All E-6 through E-9 must be submitted to PERS-832, see their webpage or MILPERSMAN for details at:
  • MILPERSMAN 1616-040, Enlisted Performance (E-6/7/8/9)
  • DO NOT submit E-6 and above to the PERS-313 mailbox.
Email Submission Requirements:
1.  DO NOT send official PERS-313 correspondence to the personal e-mail addresses of PERS-313 staff members.
2.  DO NOT mail physical packages to PERS-313. We will ONLY accept electronic packages.
3.  The Report must have the member reported on their full Name and full SSN, to file to the correct OMPF.
4.  Due to PII, emails must be encrypted, to send encrypted emails to the PERS-313 mailbox, you must download the email certification from the GDS Query Screen by searching for the mailbox name (PERS313ADVINFO.FCT@NAVY.MIL).
5.  Submit one (1) report per email, the Subject of the email must be specific per the Instruction Guide.
Submission Policy
When a case package is submitted, you will receive an autoreply indicating we have received your report.  If the reports are incomplete or missing critical documents they will be returned without action and will need to be resubmitted in their entirety.

Tables listed in the Instruction Guide is not all inclusive, questions regarding documents; MILPERSMAN policy must be directed to PERS-832 (see PERS-832 Requirements above).  If they determine that a document is retainable they will contact PERS-313 and the document will be added to the tables.
Email Retention
PERS-313 will hold requests for 30 days after processing, after that time the requests will be permanently deleted (the processing date can be greater than the date submitted/received).

Commands are responsible to ensure reports are filed to the OMPF, if the file is deleted and the command has discovered the report is missing from the OMPF they must submit a new request.

The timeframe noted above can fluctuate depending on mailbox storage limits.
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