The “Denver Boot” device will be used by Military Police as an additional technique to assist in the enforcement of parking violations when other reasonably effective but less restrictive means of enforcement (such as warnings, ticketing, reprimands, suspensions, or revocations of on-post driving privileges) have failed, or immobilization of the private owned vehicle is necessary for safety.
(a) The use of booting devices will be limited to application by the Military Police under the following conditions:
(1) Immobilization of unsafe, uninspected, or unregistered vehicles.
(2) Immobilization of vehicles involved in criminal activity.
(3) For repeat offenders of the parking violations outlined in this supplement. Three or more parking violations within 6 months constitutes grounds to boot the vehicle.
(4) At the discretion of the Provost Marshal or his designee, on a case-by-case basis.
(b) Booted vehicle will be marked, for driver notification, by placing an orange in color notice on the vehicle windshield. The notice will contain information on why the vehicle was booted and instructions on how to have the booting device properly removed by the Military Police (see figure 636.37).
Figure 636.37. Driver Booting Device Notice
1. Your vehicle is illegally parked and has been secured in place by the Military Police with a vehicle restraining device. Do not move this vehicle until the restraining device is properly removed by the Military Police.
2. Any movement, or attempted movement, of this vehicle could result in damage to the device and the vehicle. You will be responsible for any such damage to the vehicle and/or the restraining device.
3. Any removal, or attempted removal, of the device could result in you being charged with a criminal offense.
4. To have this device properly removed by the Military Police, contact the following:
Mon-Fri, 7: a.m.-5: p.m., Bldg 292,
Non-Duty Hours, Bldg 285, Phone 767-2822
Title 32 published on 2012-07-01
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