32 CFR 634.29 - Traffic accident investigation reports.

§ 634.29 Traffic accident investigation reports.
(a) Accidents requiring immediate reports. The driver or owner of any vehicle involved in an accident, as described in § 634.28, on the installation, must immediately notify the installation law enforcement office. The operator of any Government vehicle involved in a similar accident off the installation must immediately notify the local civilian law enforcement agency having jurisdiction, as well as law enforcement personnel of the nearest military installation.
(b) Investigation records. Installation law enforcement officials will record traffic accident investigations on Service/DLA forms. Information will be released according to Service/DLA policy, the Privacy Act, and the Freedom of Information Act.
(c) Army law enforcement officers. These officers provide the local Safety Office copies of traffic accident investigation reports pertaining to accidents investigated by military police that resulted in a fatality, personal injury, or estimated damage to Government vehicles or property in excess of $1,000.
(d) POV accidents not addressed in § 634.28. Guidance for reporting these cases is provided as follows:
(1) Drivers or owners of POVs will be required to submit a written report to the installation law enforcement office within 24 hours of an accident in the following cases, with all information listed in paragraph (d)(3) of this section:
(i) The accident occurs on the installation.
(ii) The accident involves no personal injury.
(iii) The accident involves only minor damage to the POV and the vehicle can be safely and normally driven from the scene under its own power.
(2) Information in the written report cannot be used in criminal proceedings against the person submitting it unless it was originally categorized a hit and run and the violator is the person submitting the report. Rights advisement will be given prior to any criminal traffic statements provided by violators. Within the United States, the installation law enforcement official may require such reporting on Service forms or forms of the State jurisdiction.
(3) Reports required in paragraph (d) (1) of this section by the Army will include the following about the accident:
(i) Location, date, and time.
(ii) Identification of all drivers, pedestrians, and passengers involved.
(iii) Identification of vehicles involved.
(iv) Speed and direction of travel of each vehicle involved, including a sketch of the collision and roadway with street names and north arrow.
(v) Property damage involved.
(vi) Environmental conditions at the time of the incident (weather, visibility, road surface condition, and other factors).
(vii) A narrative description of the events and circumstances concerning the accident.

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United States Code
U.S. Code: Title 5 - GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION AND EMPLOYEES
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89-564

89-670

91-605

93-87