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Based on information developed from various sources, investigators were able to develop leads that allowed them to ultimately find Adres with Olive, in the Rogue River RV Park in Jackson County.
On previous occasions when Andres had runaway, she was found in Grants Pass with Scott Olive, and on another occasion she was located in Idaho Falls, Idaho where Olive once lived. This could result in additional criminal charges for Olive and possibly others who may have assisted Olive or engaged in any unlawful activities involving Andres. A safety plan will be put into place for Andres and her family by the Juvenile Department and Department of Human Services.
Olive was lodged in the Jackson County Jail on the mentioned charge. Approximately two river miles upriver from the Quosanta Creek boat ramp, deputies located the fully clothed body of a white male adult near Cole Riffle and transported him back down river to the Quosanta Creek boat ramp.
From there the deceased person was transported back to Gold Beach and released to Redwood Memorial from Brookings. There was no evidence or indication at the time for the cause of death other than possible drowning. Subsequent investigation into the death determined the deceased person was thirty-four year old Thomas Glenn Moore of Gold Beach, Or. Rasmussen said at some point around 2: Rasmussen stated the following morning after daylight they looked for Moore around camp and then drove up and down the Agness Road and had been searching all day.
The next of kin as well as the Curry County District Attorney have been notified and the Curry County Medical Examiner has scheduled an autopsy to help determine the cause of death. April 19, Regarding: Olive Last Know location: On previous occasions when Andres had runaway, she was found in Grants Pass with an associate Scott Olive, and on another occasion she was located in Idaho.
Attempts to locate Andres have met with negative results. This information was passed on to Deschutes County. Deschutes County was not able to verify the location for Andres. There has been previous information about Andres placing her in situations that could jeopardize her safety.
These reports have prompted the assistance of the FBI and other law enforcement agencies to investigate claims potential criminal activity. All law enforcement agencies in locations where we believe Andres may have associates will be contacted for assistance.
Please see the attached flier for Andres. Reports of any information regarding Andres are encouraged to be made immediately to Curry County Sheriff Sergeant Ted Heath responded and met with Bussman at the excavator that was now parked in the yard of a vacant property located about a half mile east of Highway on Euchre Creek Road.
It was determined there was extensive damage to the Final Drives of the Excavator. It was also determined that there was extensive damage to the roadway on Euchre Creek Road from the excavator being operated on the roadway. Investigative leads and interviews provided evidence that Remy had stolen the excavator and drove it about five miles causing the damage to the machine.
Remy admitted during an interview with Deputy Gray that he did in fact take the excavator without permission. Per Oregon Revised Statue This community service program will begin initially with the City of Brookings Police Department. Thanks to Brookings Police Chief Chris Wallace who at a Local Public Safety Coordinating Council meeting not only requested to be a part of this program, he in fact offered his agencies resources to support the program.
Community Service is another means to hold those sentenced for non-violent offenses accountable, while reducing the possibility or amount of jail time they would have to serve. Instead offenders could be sentenced to fines, fees, and community service hours providing them an opportunity to give back to their community for their criminal acts.
This will not be a supervised work crew and only non-violent offenders will be allowed to participate and benefit from the program. It is the goal for all those involved in the program to provide for another means of accountability for select offenders, to limit the amount of jail time required for certain offenses, and to enhance our communities with volunteer work.
We also believe this can help to lower recidivism among certain offenders. If you are interested in participating or have more questions please contact Lt. Espinoza at Keep in mind this program is only available for public agencies and non-profit organizations. The Port Orford Police contacted the reporting person at their City Hall and determined through conversation that the location of the body would be difficult to get to. Due to the condition of the body, it was apparent that the body had been there for quite some time and there was no way to identify the person at that time other than being a male adult.
It was determined due to the location of the body that additional resources would be needed to recover the remains. The Oregon State Police are continuing the investigation to determine the identity of the person and have sent out notices to all law enforcement agencies in Oregon and California to check for any reported missing persons.
Anyone having information regarding the possible identity of the person should contact the Oregon State Police. Bernard reported that the woman appeared to have walked out intentionally and then was swept out into the breaking surf.
Deputies and Officers traversed the large slippery rocks to get to a vantage point on the jetty and spotted the woman face down in the heavy surf. A call was placed to the U. The mouth of the river was too treacherous to get a boat across due to the breaking twelve foot waves all across the mouth of the river. The heavy surf conditions made it difficult to keep a visual on the woman in the water.
SAR member Ryan McGinnis suited up in a dry suit and used a floatation board to swim out to find the woman mostly submerged and was able to attach a line to her. McGinnis was then able to get the woman back to the jetty rocks where SAR member George Edwards had also entered the water to assist. Both McGinnis and Edwards were able to pull the lifeless body of the woman to the beach while fighting a strong rip current.
By that time the woman had been face down floating in the surf for about fifty minutes. The woman was transported to Curry General Hospital where members of the fire department continued assisting with CPR. At the hospital, emergency crews were able to get a pulse on the female victim and she was then flown to OHSU in Portland where she was later pronounced deceased.
The victim was a fifty-two year old female listed as a transient out of Gold Beach. The name of the victim is being withheld pending notification of next of kin. The Gold Beach Police Department will continue the death investigation.
The joint leadership and cooperation between all agencies that assisted in this rescue effort was impressive. A special recognition to Sheriff Communication Deputy DJ Storns who was the only dispatch deputy on at the time, for getting the information from the caller, providing it to first responders, coordinating all resources, paging out Cal Or Ambulance, the Gold Beach Fire Department while handling several other unrelated emergency calls, radio traffic and telephones.
Curry County Marine Deputy Walter Scherbarth along with two deputies responded to the area by boat and located the body. Deputies recovered the body of a male subject and transported him back down to Cougar Lane in Agness where the body was released to Redwood Memorial out of Brookings.
After further investigation, it was determined the deceased person was eighty-four year old Donald Dubose of Grants Pass, Or. It was apparent that Mr. Debose had been in the river for some time. Please do not drive after using intoxicating substances. Remember, buzzed driving is impaired driving.
No life is worth that chance! This investigation began with information that Maryanski was involved in the possession and sales of methamphetamines.
Based on this information; detectives were able purchase a user quantity of methamphetamines from Maryanski. During the execution of the search warrant small amounts of methamphetamines were located, along with scales, packaging materials, and other paraphernalia items used for the ingestion of methamphetamines. Maryanski and Childress were present at the residence when the search warrant was executed.
Based on the items found and previous undercover during investigation, both Maryanski and Childress were taken into custody for the mentioned charges and lodged at the Curry County Jail.
This investigation is continuing and there could be additional arrested. Fraud — Telephone Scam Location: Curry County Agencies Involved: We encourage all reports of suspicious activity matching this information to be reported immediately. We are currently investigating this incident and looking into leads to identify the suspect s. In all the reports a male caller has requested personal information and requested a payment for large sums of money, telling the potential victim they have missed Grand Jury and based on their absence a bench warrant was issued for their arrest.
The caller then requests a payment, as bond on the warrant, telling the potential victim they can pay by credit card over the phone. There have also been reports that the caller is reporting to be with the IRS and telling the potential victim the IRS is demanding a large sum of money based on a warrant issued for their arrest. Please do not provide personal information or make any payments should you receive any calls similar to what has been described.
If you have any official business with any of the organizations listed, you will receive written notification on letterhead explaining that you have been selected for Grand Jury and they may call to remind you of your appearance. No phone calls for payments will be made by the Court Staff.
Any warrants issued for an arrest will not be followed up by a telephone call requesting bail. You may receive law enforcement contact or a phone call from your attorney if you are represented to notify you of a warrant for your arrest.
You cannot clear a warrant by paying bail over the phone or sending payment by mail. If you have any questions about warrants, fines or fees, you can call the courts. At this time we are diligently making all attempts to follow up on reports of this scam and narrowing down leads on the suspect s involved. Hit and Run Suspect Arrested Location: Coast Guard, and Harbor Fire Department. West Benham Lane at Oceanview Drive.
The witness then reported that after the Mitsubishi passed several vehicles at a high rate of speed, the vehicle struck a guard rail near the intersection of Oceanview Drive. While escorting Laos back towards a patrol vehicle, Laos was able to break free from the deputy, fleeing towards the boat docks and jumping over the steep embankment.
Laos was then trapped between the water and the steep embankment. Due to the terrain and location where Laos had gotten stuck, further assistance from the Brookings Police Department, Harbor Fire, and U. Coast Guard were required to take Laos safely into custody.
A stokes was used by Harbor Fire Department to remove Laos from steep embankment. Once Laos was safely removed from the embankment, he was evaluated for injuries by medics on scene and again at Curry General Hospital. Based on his attempts to flee from law enforcement Laos received minor injuries.
Following his medical evaluations, Laos was cleared medically and lodged in the Curry County Jail on the above mentioned charges. The call came in from a person who had been looking at some property in the area and saw a woman on the side of the cliff.
The victim later identified as thirty-five year old April Sachanowski of Brookings was stuck on a ledge about feet below the top of the cliff and about 60 feet above the rocks below. Sachanowski also had her large Rottweiler dog with her. Coast Guard had been called to possibly assist and dispatched a helicopter from the North Bend Air Station.
SAR members assisted by the Brookings Fire Department who had experience with ropes set up a rope system using the fire truck as an anchor point. SAR member Ryan McGinnis then rappelled down over the edge and secured both Sachanowski and her dog into separate harnesses. McGinnis then attached both Sachanowski and her dog to himself and they were all raised back to the top. Sachanowski was assessed for any medical issues by Cal Ore Life Flight and she was released at the scene after refusing any treatment.
Sachanowski had been missing since the night before when she was reported to the Brookings Police Department as an overdue subject by her boyfriend.
Sachanowski said she had been walking on the beach the night before starting at Mill Beach and the tide came trapping her in a cove.
Sachanowski said she and her dog tried to climb up the cliff and got to where she could not go up or get back down. The teamwork between all agencies was amazing which led to the safe recovery of Sachanowski and her K-9 companion. If you use an intoxicating substance, please use a designated driver, cab or other means of transportation other than driving while intoxicated!
Missing Person — Warrant Arrest Location: On January 10, at approximately 9: It was reported that Viazanko had gone to the area with two other associates to hunt for mushrooms.
The group arrived in the area of Wilson Creek at approximately From there they each went their separate ways attempting to pick mushrooms. Since that time and prior to making a police report they had driven all the roadways around that location, honking their horn and flashing their lights without success in finding Viazanko. Those efforts lasted for a couple of hours before the search was called for the evening due to limited resources and poor searching conditions. Viazanko was then transported to and lodged at the Curry County Jail.
On January 6, at approximately 7: The search warrant was the result of an ongoing investigation into allegations that the residents at this location were in possession of stolen property and possibly in possession of illegal narcotics. Based on the evidence found at the scene Kami Goekner, Allen Shaffar III, and Robert and Sharon Jones were taken into custody for drug related charges and endangering the welfare of a minor. At the time of the warrants execution 3 minors were located in the residence.
This investigation will continue and additional charges and more arrests are possible. The Department of Human Services Child Welfare Division has been contacted and they are also continuing an investigation into child endangerment.
During that time period, 2 Curry County Deputies participated in the HVE, working 19 hours, making 19 traffic stops, arresting 1 DUII, conducting 3 DUII investigations, giving 16 traffic involved warnings, 2 motor vehicle accidents and writing 1 traffic related citation. Deputies also made 2 field contacts that were not traffic related, but at least 1 was related to intoxication.
We encourage everyone to think first before getting in a car after they have been drinking. It is a lot cheaper and safer to use a designated driver, taxi or some other means of getting home. Missing Person located Location: Whaleshead - Brookings Oregon Location Found: On December 31, at approximately Kirkendall was found approximately 2 miles east of his residence on Whaleshead Road in a heavily wooded area. Kirkendall originally left his residence following a dispute on the evening of December 29, On that date Kirkendall was last seen walking east towards the direction of where he was found.
On December 30, Kirkendall was reported as a missing person by his family. During the night of December 29 , Kirkendall had been in contact with associates and family by cell phone and text messages. Kirkendall was located by SAR members approximately one hour after being deployed; following a briefing on his last know location. At the time Kirkendall was found he was hypothermic, alert, and semi-conscious.
Kirkendall had been out in the elements for over 36 hours and was not properly prepared to remain in the current weather conditions. Kirkendall was immediately assess for injuries and treated for hypothermia. Plaid jack, possibly grey or brown colored pants, and carrying a bag of clothing. Kirkendall at one point was reported to be wearing layers of clothing to include possibly a hat.
Possible tattoo on his ring finger. Whaleshead - Brookings Oregon. While taking the initial report it was learned that Kirkendall had left his residence following a dispute on the evening of December 29, At that time, Kirkendall was last seen walking east bound on Whaleshead Road. Kirkendall had additional clothing items and medications with him at the time. During the night of December 29 , Kirkendall had been in contact with associates and family by message.
Attempts to contact Kirkendall by phone since his last text message have been unsuccessful. It is not known if Kirkendall has appropriate clothing for the weather or if he has the ability to find a safe place to stay.
Those efforts were unsuccessful. Family and friends of Kirkendall are aware of the search and information provided in this release. Reports can be made anonymously if necessary.
As additional information is learned about Kirkendall, updated media releases will follow. At this time the general description listed for Kirkendall and the attached photograph are all we have for public identification. Missing Person Located Location: Port of Brookings Harbor, Or. Coast Guard Missing Person Located: Date and Time Located: December 23, at 4 pm Residence: Immediate efforts were taken to investigate the discovery and to remove the body for proper identification.
The body, later identified as Gonzalez, was successfully removed from the water with the assistance of the U. Coast Guard stationed in the Port of Brookings Harbor. Gonzalez was found to be partially submerged in the water and based on the low tide could be seen from the bank. Gonzalez was fully clothed and had identification on his person, as well as tattoos that allowed investigators to make a proper identification of Gonzalez.
The location where Gonzalez was discovered is approximately yards south of the Ms. This includes an examination of Gonzalez by a Medical Examiner. Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over. Due to the increase in drunk-driving-related fatalities around the holidays each year, law enforcement agencies across America will be actively searching for and arresting impaired drivers from December 16 to January 1.
They have good reason t in , over 10, people were killed in crashes involving a drunk driver. In December alone there were people killed in crashes involving at least one driver or motorcycle operator with a blood alcohol concentration BAC of.
In , 9, people were killed in alcohol-impaired-driving crashes, an average of 1 alcohol-impaired-driving fatality every 53 minutes. These alcohol-impaired-driving fatalities accounted for 31 percent of all motor vehicle traffic fatalities in the United States.
Oregon accounted for of those crash fatalities. If you plan on drinking at the holiday party or at a restaurant, hand the keys over to someone else — a sober friend, a taxi or public transportation. Some people think that if they get pulled over for driving drunk, they can just refuse a breath test to avoid the DUI charge. In addition to reminding all drivers to drive sober, Sheriff Ward, Curry County is calling on everyone to be alert.
If you see a suspected impaired-drunk driver on the road, call the police right away. It is ok to dial for this emergency! If someone you know is about to drive after drinking, take their keys and help them get home safely. Please find a safe and sober ride home. Curry County Deputies have worked 11 hours of High Visibility Enforcement since December 11, looking for impaired drivers. They have arrested 1 drunk-driver, helped an intoxicated subject lying in the road to a hotel, issued 1 traffic citation, issued 8 traffic warnings and helped a stranded pedestrian on the highway.
Remember, driving after drinking should never be an option. Landau was cited to appear in court on which he did appear and was arraigned on the charges. In the meantime deputies monitored the water conditions and weather to determine when to resume searching. Local residents and family members searched areas they could get to during this time. From that point, it was not possible to search by foot and the ground search was called off for the day.
Heath and McGinnis were able to find Hunnicutt about a quarter mile downstream from Cedar Creek on Euchre Creek in an area not accessible by foot. Search crews then had to cut a path to the creek through heavy willows and brush from an adjacent field to recover Hunnicut. Redwood Memorial responded and transported Hunnicutt to their chapel in Brookings. Port of Harbor, Or. While taking the initial report it was learned that Gonzalez was last seen on December 13, at approximately On that date and time, Gonzalez was dropped off in the Port of Harbor, Oregon.
Since then no one including family, friends, and his employer have had contact with Gonzalez. Prior to being dropped off in the Port of Harbor, Gonzalez had been socializing with friends, in the Harbor area. The dive team will determine if they can assist based on weather and water conditions in the Harbor. Family and friends of Gonzalez have been notified. As additional information is learned about Gonzalez, updated media releases will follow. At this time the general description listed for Gonzalez and the attached photograph are all we have for public identification.
Below is the information sent in for the nomination. Most all Sheriff's Offices have several employees in the civil division who do the processing of mandated civil service and CHL's. Here in Curry County due to financial and budget constraints, we have one person who does it all. Not only does Joan stay extremely busy on civil process, she also processed and reviewed CHL's. Deputy Joan Allen-Steineke not only is the Chief Civil Deputy, she is also dual certified in Dispatch and Corrections and steps in whenever there is a need for assistance.
What I can tell you about Joan, she is an amazing employee that works very hard trying to keep up on her duties that should take three to four people to do her job. I feel Joan is well deserving of the award and she has my full recommendation. This also makes it easier for maintenance by having replacement parts being all the same. These machines will enhance our abilities to search for lost or injured subjects in hard to get to areas and cover more area much quicker than on foot.
The purpose of the High Visibility Traffic Enforcement program is to proactively reduce the likelihood of driving while impaired and to actively investigate those who will operate motor vehicles while under the influence of an intoxicants or that drive in reckless or careless manner. All those who participate in the program will be monitoring and investigating traffic related offense both traffic violations and criminal offenses in an effort to provide safe travels for those who use the Curry County roadways during high volume traffic periods, such as the Holidays and Holiday Weekends.
We encourage those who attend Holiday functions to drink responsibility, use designated drivers if you consume alcoholic beverages, and to drive in a safe manner when traffic numbers on our roadways have increased. Remember that buzzed driving is drunk driving. These updates will include numbers of traffic offenses investigated, arrests made, and future dates for increased patrols in Curry County.
Again, we remind everyone to celebrate the Holidays responsibly and to be patient when traveling to and from their various destinations. The Snazak family have been longtime supporters of Search and Rescue and have been very generous over the years.
Lieutenant Michael Espinoza Date: November 17, at 6: On November 17, at approximately 6: After positively identifying the subject they contacted as Moore, North Bend Police Department stated Moore was fine and he advised them he was now living in the North Bend area.
No tattoos, does have a possible scar or scab on the right side of neck. During that time Moore asked for a ride to Coos Bay. Moore left his home on the evening of November 6, around 9 pm, taking with him a plastic bag with some clothes and toiletries.
Moore was last seen wearing blue jeans, black boots, a baseball hat, two sweat shirts, 1 grey in color and the other blue in color. The grey sweat shirt had Gold Beach Fire Department written on it. Moore has no piercings, tattoos, but does have a scab or scar on the right side of his neck. Moore has worked in general labor around the Gold Beach area and most recently was employed as a roofer.
Moore has not been in contact with family, friends or his employers. Moore left his residence without a cell phone and he has no local relatives. An initial search of the area was done and due to the darkness and steep, brushy and rocky area, two Reserve Deputies responded and secured the area until daylight the next morning. On , at about 9: D Detective aided in the search as well. The cause of death is undetermined at this time but there are indications he may have died from hypothermia and possibly a fall from a steep area.
Fritts was carried back out by the search teams and released to Redwood Memorial. The Curry County Medical Examiner is expected to perform an autopsy on Fritts to determine the cause of death. Applications will be available at these locations on November 2, We will be accepting applications until we have an adequate number of volunteers to assist with our services.
All applications will be screened and background checks will be completed. Applicants will receive training in the various assignments and be given the opportunity to set their own hours of availability. If you have any questions about our volunteer program you can reach Bruce Cockerham, Volunteer Supervisor, at or Lt.
Roberson was found hiding in the bathroom and was found to be in possession of methamphetamine. Roberson was transported to the Curry County Jail and lodged for the prior incident reported on where it was reported that he robbed a female at gunpoint. On , Roberson was arraigned on two counts of probation violation by the Curry County District Attorney. Deputies tried to stop the vehicle as it crossed over the border into California.
The vehicle continued south failing to yield to emergency lights and siren. The driver turned into an area and he and his passenger foot bailed from the vehicle into heavy brush. K-9 assistance was requested from the Crescent City P. CHP had a helicopter up above the area also but due to the heavy brush and other ground cover, they were not able to locate the two fleeing suspects.
It is unknown at this time if Roberson was one of the occupants in the vehicle during the pursuit. On at about 6: Upon arrival, first responders located two young female victims being attended to by by-standers.
One of the victims was a fourteen year old girl from the Coos Bay Oregon area who was the apparent operator of the Polaris ATV at the time of the crash and the other was a sixteen year old girl from the Lakeside Oregon area who was the passenger.
Both girls were transported to Curry General Hospital where soon thereafter the fourteen year old was flown to OSHU in Portland due to severe major injuries she sustained. The sixteen year old girl was treated at Curry General and released with minor injuries.
Neither of the girls were wearing helmets or protective clothing. Deputy Mello turned to stop the vehicle for erratic driving and the driver took off at a high rate of speed, passing other vehicles at speeds that exceeded 80 mph.
The driver was operating his vehicle in a reckless manner trying to elude Deputy Mello by crossing over into the on-coming lane on blind corners and at one point forced another vehicle off the road to avoid a collision. The male driver foot bailed into the brush leaving three of his passengers, one male and two females in the car.
Deputy Mello checked the condition of the three juvenile passengers who all had minor injuries and called for an ambulance. Deputy Mello then heard noise in the brush and caught up to the male driver and arrested him without further incident as the driver tried to get back to the highway. The four juveniles who were all from the Grants Pass area were transported to Curry General Hospital by ambulance and later all released to their parents except for the driver.
In the meantime, Klein was able to free himself and grab a handgun from his chair and point it at Taylor who fled the residence. Taylor is also wanted out of California on a felony warrant. Burkes condition apparently worsened later at the hospital and he to be flown to Rogue Valley Hospital in Medford where he was listed in critical condition.
Additional charges may be pending. She did not require any assistance. The location and welfare of Andrea Lin is no longer of interest. Thank you for all the information obtained from citizens and other law enforcement agencies.
Thursday, August 13, Gold Beach and Southern Oregon Coast. They last contacted her on August 11, at approximately 9 pm. Lin then told her parents she had met a nice retired couple who allowed her to camp on their property. Lin also reported that the couple lived in Gold Beach. This was the last contact Lin had with her family, she did post some information around this time on Facebook, but nothing further has been posted since the last contact with family.
Lin was reported to travel miles per day and check in with her family and friends at least twice a day. Attached are photographs of Lin and what we believe is the last location she is known to have stayed.
The retired couple mentioned is reported to live in Gold Beach and have four children who are out of the home. At this time there is no information to suggest foul play.
There are concerns for her general safety and for her whereabouts. Assault II and Menacing. Based on the nature of the incident and information learned regarding how Howard sustained his injuries, a request was made by the District Attorney to activate the Major Incident Crime Team.
This was a campground at the South Fork of the Chetco River. At this location deputies located a van belonging to Howard with damage to the vehicle and various personal items strewn around the campsite.
Howard was able to provide a statement about the incident, to include descriptions for both suspects involved with the incident.
Following the attempt to locate information, which only included descriptions for Delcristo and Grant-Raines, it was learned they had earlier received a camping voucher for Harris Beach State Park from the Brooking Police Department.
This information was immediately provided to all law enforcement personnel on duty. At this location they identified Delcristo and Grant-Raines based matching the earlier description given by Howard. During the contact with Grant-Raines and Delcristo statements were obtained that confirmed Delcristo and Grant-Raines had been camping with Howard. Both Delcristo and Grant-Raines agreed to speak with law enforcement personnel at the Brookings Police Department about their involvement with Howard.
During this portion of the investigation it was learned that Grant-Raines and Delcristo had met Howard a week prior in Crescent City California, traveling with him to Brookings Oregon and Camping with him over the past week at the South Fork on the Chetco River. Investigators also learned on August 2, at unknown times there were various disputes throughout the day between all three subjects. At one point the dispute between the subjects turned physical.
Following the physical assault of Howard, Grant-Raines and Delcristo left the scene staying at a separate campsite for the night, before being provided transportation into Brookings on August 3, A limited traffic accident investigation may be conducted on motor vehicle accidents which meet the following thresholds: A detailed traffic accident investigation will be conducted on all motor vehicle accidents which meet the following thresholds: Any vehicle accident where the potential for litigation against the U.
Detailed traffic accident investigations will be conducted by an accident investigator possessing MOS Detailed investigations will be completed using the forms and procedures set forth in the Reports and Forms Preparation Guide for the Navy Security Force with all appropriate pictures, sketches, and attachments, and attached to ICR as addendum.
Provost marshals will receive and review all MLSRs and determine if additional investigative or reporting action is required. Provost marshals will conduct crime prevention surveys in accordance with the current edition of MCO The provost marshal will establish installation crime prevention programs in accordance with the current edition of MCO Provost marshals should routinely coordinate with local law enforcement agencies to eliminate duplicative crime prevention efforts.
McGruff Crime Dog Crime prevention programs include, but are not limited. Certification by the state in which the installation is located is not required. The provost marshal serves as the commander's representative for physical security matters. In this role the provost marshal is responsible for the following: Developing a comprehensive installation physical security plan. This plan will cover the means and measures necessary to achieve antiterrorism readiness, safeguard personnel, and protect property by preventing, detecting, and confronting acts of unauthorized access, terrorism, espionage, wrongful destruction, and other acts.
Assisting in the establishment and administration of the installation Physical Security Council which shall meet quarterly. Providing oversight of the electronic security systems ESS aboard the installation to include: Reviewing all plans for new construction or major modifications to all facilities that store high value items, weapons or ammunition.
Assist in identifying restricted areas that will late be submitted in writing by tenant commands. Reviewing all requests for physical security waivers and exceptions from tenant activities prior to submission to CMC.
The provost marshal will establish a program for domestic animals that are a nuisance, neglected, abused, unattended or have inflicted a bite.
Captured animals can be returned to the owner or taken to either the installation or local animal shelter. The Game Warden will be contacted when the animal is not domesticated. The provost marshal will develop procedures for the enforcement of animal control and pet revocation privileges in conjunction with the Housing Office. The provost marshal is responsible for establishing and maintaining a police records system which provides for the proper preparation, distribution, reporting, and retention of all reports generated by the PMO.
At a minimum, this will include provisions for the administrative handling of the following: Requests for the release of records may be approved by the provost marshal in those instances where: Due to the extremely sensitive nature of certain criminal records the provost marshal will limit distribution of certain law enforcement reports.
The provost marshal will, based upon guidance from the installation commander, establish local distribution procedures for all law enforcement reports. Administrative Forms, Tags, Logs, Etc. Military police will prepare all forms, logs, tags, etc in accordance with the Reports Computer generated facsimiles of the documents listed may be utilized provided that they contain the same basic information The property will then be relinquished to the Lost and Found Custodian 2.
The Lost and Found custodian will maintain a log book that contains the recovery date, description of item and final disposition to include date b. Records of inventories will be recorded in the Lost and Found log book. Lost and found property will be stored in a secure area, separate from evidence.
All found property will be retained for days, after notification is sent, prior to disposal. All reasonable efforts to return the property to the rightful owner will be made, such as notifications in the installation newspaper. PMO will dispose of unclaimed property as follows:. Exceptions to Routine Disposal. All weapons will be destroyed per instructions contained in DoD Manual Motor vehicles which are owned by a person who is authorized to drive on Marine Corps installations will be registered in accordance with the current edition of MCO Once all the requirements have been met and the Vehicle Registration Form has been completed, an individual will be issued a DoD Registered Vehicle Decal DD Form and installation and expiration tabs in accordance with the current edition of MCO Overseas installations will use forms equivalent to DD as specified by Status of Forces Agreements or local directives.
When an individual fails to meet minimum registration requirements, a temporary pass may be issued in accordance with the current edition of MCO Make and model of vehicle. The provost marshal will establish procedures for the impoundment of privately owned vehicles per the current edition of MCO Due to the cost associated with the disposal of vehicles through DRMO channels, the use of a contracted wrecker service is the most cost effective and preferred method of disposition in CONUS.
All vehicles impounded will be visually accounted for by a PMO representative at least monthly, regardless of whether vehicles are in the custody of a contract wrecker service or installation impound lot. This accountability will be documented in the impound record system. All firearms will be registered at the PMO in accordance with locally established procedures. Maximum use will be made of personal documentation i. Consistent with the provisions set forth in the current edition of DoD Dir Such support may not consitute direct involvement in civilian law enforcement activities.
However, providing information, advice, training, facilities, and equipment to support civilian law enforcement entities are generally recognize as permissible activities that do not violate the Posse Comitatus Act. The provost marshal should consult his local staff judge advocate before providing support to civilian authorities. Even when support does not violate Posse Comitatus restrictions, the aforementioned references contained specific reporting requirements.
Examples of support which are acceptable include, but are not limited to: Using military police to assist civil authorities in the search for missing children. The use of explosive detector dogs in the interest of safety or preservation of life. Conducting joint crime awareness education programs i. Submit quarterly reports to CMC POS , no later than the 15th day of the month following each quarter of the fiscal year.
The reports will cover all requests for assistance from civilian law enforcement officials received during the reporting period. The provost marshal will appoint an Information Systems Officer ISO to oversee the functioning of police records database management. The provost marshal will ensure that resources assigned to the PMO are used for the express purpose of meeting the three stated military police missions. Equipment assigned to the PMO will not be used for purposes other than for which it was intended.
The provost marshal is responsible for development of a PMO budget which will enable the organization to effectively and efficiently provide law enforcement and security support to the installation and its tenant commands.
While the provost marshal does not have direct control over the procurement of such items as police vehicles, emergency equipment, etc. In those instances where it is appropriate, the provost marshal will identify to the comptroller those services provided to tenant commands i. PMO administration will be centralized. Conduct self-service organizational purchases. Coordinate with motor transport for PMO vehicle maintenance.
Prior to performing these duties, augmentees will: Complete local PMO pre-service training which will include at a minimum the following: Qualify with the weapon they will carry. Weapons clearing and safe handling procedures. Apprehension and restraint techniques. Certified with the side handle baton, night stick, or expandable baton. Be screened and accepted by the provost marshal or his designated representative. Be subjected to a local records check, to include SRB and health records.
Only security weapons, ammunition and equipment will be stored in the PMO arms room. However, during weekend and holiday routines, personal weapons may be temporarily stored for safekeeping until the next workday. Privately owned weapons may be stored in ready for issue arms rooms on a temporary basis, when authorized by the provost marshal.
The provost marshal will ensure compliance with the following criteria for storage, issue and recovery of security weapons and ammunition. Storage Only GSA approved storage safes will be used for. Such authorization will be in writing. When investigative personnel are on leave, TAD or on otherwise in a non duty status, weapons will be returned into the Provost Marshal's arms room.
Unescorted access to the arms room will only be granted to personnel authorized in writing by the Provost Marshal. All arms rooms transactions will be conducted from behind a locked door. Arms room keys will always be properly secured when not in the possession of an armed individual. Formal schooling provides the foundation upon which unit level training must build. The provost marshal will develop a training program which maintains and enhances the Marine's competence level. Annual training plans and monthly training schedules specifically outlining the provost marshal's mission oriented training requirements will be published.
Training plans will be tailored to meet the specific needs of the installation while complying with the requirements of the current edition of MCO Annually, CMC POS will conduct a conference to update installation provost marshals and senior members of the military police community on current issues relating to base security and law enforcement.
Within 90 days of being assigned to law enforcement duties, personnel will receive appropriate In addition to this orientation training, the annual training plan will include the following minimum requirements from MCO Side handle baton, nightstick, or expandable baton sustainment. Radar operators will receive training and maintain certification in accordance with state requirements. Breath testing equipment operators will receive training and maintain certification in accordance with state requirements.
Personnel carrying chemical spray devices will be trained and certified. Physical restraint techniques handcuffing, pressure point control techniques, etc.
Legal aspects of law enforcement. Instructors will be scheduled for recertification as required. The provost marshal will tailor training programs to best meet the needs of PMO. Acceptable training methods include, but are not limited to, formal classroom, roll call, on-the-job OJT , Field Training Officer, etc. All of the training listed in this chapter will be documented in the individual Marine's training file immediately following its completion.
Training files may be either hard copy or computerized. Training files will transfer with the individual Marine upon reassignment and will be maintained by the gaining unit. Training records will be maintained on any Marine that leaves active duty for any reason for a period of two 2 years. All annual training plans, monthly training schedules, class rosters, critiques, tests, etc. Military police use the ICR as a means of collecting information, compiling it in a systematic fashion, and articulating the facts and circumstances of criminal and significant incidents.
The nature of our society requires military police to report facts with direct bearing on the incident in question excluding personal opinions, biases, and vague statements. Sections or information that do not apply or is unknown should be left blank on the form.
This section records information applicable to the entire report e. An incident is defined as one or more offenses committed by the same offender or group of offenders acting in concert at the same time and place.
This number must be 12 characters in length. This is the number assigned to each ICR to identify it uniquely. Check the appropriate block to indicate the type of report being submitted.
Select if this is the first report of an. The Incident Number should be the same as the Incident number of the Initial report. Enter the local military time the report was. Check the appropriate block designating how the incident was received by the military police. Only one Complainant Section is to be submitted for each incident. If there is no complainant leave section blank. Last Name, First, Middle. Enter individuals full name. If they are a Junior, Senior, or 2nd, enter Jr.
Enter the individual's social security number. In the case of foreign nationals, local policy may direct that the employee's service number or host country identification number be entered. For military personnel including foreign military members enter the individual's rank or grade not MOS,. For government civilian employees enter the individual's paygrade, i. MP pick-up while on patrol and reports to In Person.
Received by telephone at desk, PMO, or. If the individual is a Staff Sergeant in the U. Enter the individual's branch of service.
If the individual is a service member from a foreign country, enter the individual's branch of service as reflected on the passport or identification card, if available. Enter the individual's personnel status. If more than one entry applies select the one most applicable to the incident being reported.
Dependent or spouse of a military service member. Spouse, Son, Daughter, etc. Individual employed by the U. Enter the name of the individual's duty station or employer. If the individual is not on active duty or a government employee, enter the individual's current employer Enter the entire unit address and location if it is known.
Enter the individual's work phone number. Enter the home or barracks address, city, state, and zip code. Date s of Incident. Enter the time hour clock when the incident occurred. Used to indicate whether each offense in the incident was completed or merely attempted. Offenses will be listed by order of severity and jurisdiction, i.
Enter the code that describes the legal statutory basis for the offense an individual is suspected of committing. In situations where more than one statutory basis may apply, select the statutory basis with highest jurisdiction over the offense. Uniform Code of Military Justice. Offense blocks are used to identify and describe the types of offenses involved in the incident e. Elements of these offenses vary dependent upon statutory basis. Therefore, care should be used to identify not only all of the offenses involved in a particular incident, but also the elements in the narrative.
Enter the appropriate location of the incident. On Board Military Installation. An individual is arrested by civilian authorities for reckless driving while operating a governmentowned pick-up truck in downtown San Diego. The weather conditions at the time of the offense should be entered. Select the lighting conditions at the time the offense took place. Time between daylight and dark evening.
Time between dark and daylight morning. Dark Not Lighted Dark Lighted. Use of artificial light, street light,. Indicate whether any of the offenders in the incident were suspected of consuming alcohol or using illegal drugs or narcotics during or shortly before the incident; or whether any of the offenders were suspected of using a computer, computer terminal, or other computer equipment to perpetrate the crime.
Up to three 3 entries can be made. Check the box listing the type s of weapon s or force used by the offender s in committing the crime. If the victim was physically beaten, select bodily force. Only one 1 location can be entered for each offense.
All areas not part of the United States or its possessions, i. This section is to be used to provide additional information on the criminal activity of the offender s. Select the status as related to the incident. Authorized Entries select only one. Vehicle was used by a suspect.
Vehicle recovered after being reported. Enter the manufacturer of the vehicle, i. Enter the model of the vehicle, i. Select the body style of the vehicle. Enter the color of the vehicle. Enter the two letter abbreviation of the state where the vehicle is registered. This number is normally located on the vehicle registration, title, or on the vehicle body, i. Enter the name of the owner. Enter other identifying characteristics of the vehicle, i. Check the appropriate block if force was used.
Number of Premises Entered. In such cases, the number of structures premises entered is to be reported. Hotel Rule is applied to only temporary lodgings.
The total number up to 99 of individual rooms, units, suites, storage compartments, etc. Select the method of entry used to gain access to the premises.
Up to three methods of entry may be selected. Enter the occupancy status of the premises. Premises rented, mortgaged, or assigned as barracks rooms, etc. Premises rented, mortgaged, or assigned barracks rooms, etc. Premises for sale, vacant, hotel rooms unassigned, or unassigned barracks rooms.
Tools Used - Select the suspected tools used to gain Vacant. Premises that do not qualify as one of the It. If an offense being reported is the result of expressed hate or bias due to the victim's race, sexual orientation, religion or ethnicity, the appropriate box The incident must have occurred as a result of hate or bias. If a white male assaults a black male because of a dispute over a parking place, there in no hate or bias crime, even if the white male harbors a hatred for black people.
If, however, the white male assaulted the black male solely because of his hatred or bias not as a result of the parking space dispute then a hate or bias crime has been committed.
The Property Section is used for the recording of information describing property that is lost, stolen, recovered, seized, etc. Used to enter descriptions into. This section is to be used to describe the type s of property loss, recovery, seizure, etc. If several items of property have the same description they may be listed on the same property line.
The quantity of these similar items should be entered. Enter a brief description of item. The value should be reported in whole dollars. Though several victims may have suffered losses the total value of loss will be reported by property description, i. Used to identify if property was secured. The owner's name will not be entered here.
Enter the owner's status as related to the incident report, i. Used to describe the disposition of the property held at the time the ICR is completed. Property listed as lost and found. Property listed as stolen or recovered and not required as evidence.
Disposition of property that does not fall under definitions listed above. If there is more than one date of recovery for he same Property Description Code, enter the earliest date. If the recovery date is unknown, enter the date of the report. The results of an approved field test may be recorded. Enter the code from the chart provided. Used to indicate the of drugs or narcotics seized in a drug case. Enter the whole pounds, ounces, grams, etc.
A decimal point must be entered to the whole and decimal amounts. Enter the type of measurement used in quantifying drugs or narcotics seized in a drug case. Is to be used for the recording of information describing the victim s of an offense. A victim section should be completed for each victim associated with an offense.
Victim Related to Offense. Fill in the appropriate boxes to indicate specific offense s associated with this victim. More than one box may be selected if victim is related to additional offenses.
Up to 10 offense boxes may be selected per victim. Victim Related to Suspect. Fill in the appropriate boxes to indicate the victims association with which suspect s number. More than one box may be selected if victim is related to additional suspect s.
Up to 10 suspect number boxes may be selected per victim. Refer to Complainant Section for. DOB Date of Birth. POB Place of Birth. If the victim is a person, select the box that indicates the victim's sex. If the victim is a person, select the appropriate box. Select only one a. If the victim is a person, select the appropriate box indicating the victim's residency status.
Select the appropriate block to indicate the type of victim. Select only one entry per victim. Select the appropriate box es that describes the circumstances of either an aggravated assault or a homicide. Complete this box only if an Aggravated Assault occurred.
Specified definitions are in Part 2 of this guide. Select the box es that describes the type s of bodily injury suffered by a person who was the victim of one or more of the following offenses: Relationship s of Victim to Suspect s. Therefore, this data element is to be used only if one or more of the following offenses occurred: An employee assaulted his employer a person with his fists. Employer should be selected because the victim was the employer.
Two unknown suspects rob a male and female couple. Stranger should be entered to indicate the relationship of each victim to each offender. The victim is assaulted by two suspects,. Suspect 1 is the victim's brother and Suspect 2 was the victim's friend. This section is used for the recording of information describing a witness es or sponsor s of a witness es , victim s , complainant s , or known suspect s If there is no witness es or sponsor s leave section blank. Select either Witness or Sponsor to identify the individual as related to the incident.
Refer to Victim Section. Refer to Complainant Section. When an arrest is made, Suspect and Arrestee information must be completed. As much of the information is the same for both suspect and Arrestee, these sections have been merged into one.
For the purpose Taking, under real or assumed authority or detaining him to answer a criminal charge of civil demand. Incident Report - No Arrest. If arrest is made after the incident report has been reported submit a supplemental report, complete only those blocks not completed on the initial report. Select the appropriate box es to identify the individual listed in this section as either a suspect or an Arrestee.
If the individual is a suspect and is also arrested, both blocks should be checked. Select either Suspect or Arrestee to identify the individual as related to the incident report.
A corpse with five bullet holes in it was found in an abandoned warehouse. There were no witnesses to the crime or suspects. Fill in the appropriate boxes to indicate specific offense s associated with the suspect or arrestee. More than one box may be selected if suspect is related to additional offenses.
Enter the predominant natural hair color. The color observed should be checked against the color shown on the individual's identification card or drivers license. In the case of partial baldness, the color of the Enter the color of the iris of the eye. Enter any identifying marks, such as partial baldness, scars and tattoos together with their location on the body and a brief description.
Give a word description rather than a diagram or picture. Tattoo, Heart, right bicep. Indicate how the Arrestee was arrested. If an arrest is made on view the arresting MP witnessed the offense and apprehended the suspect before an incident report is submitted. The same case number will be used for all supplemental reports.
The subject was arrested while in the act of soliciting for prostitution on a street corner. The entry should be On-View Arrest. The suspect was served with a traffic citation summoning him to appear in court. The subject was taken into custody as the result of a complaint being filed. The entry should be Taken Into Custody.
Clearance of a report indicates that no further investigation is required. After the suspect's arrest for robbery, it was learned that he was also responsible for five additional robberies within the jurisdiction of Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. If the suspect's arrest did not clear additional incidents or if no suspects were identified, the entry should be Not Applicable. Arrestee Was Armed With. Up to two 2 entries can be made. This block is to be used only if the arrestee was 17 years of age or younger at the time of the arrest.
If more than two additional personnel were present list them in Section IX, the Narrative. Enter the individual military police officer's badge number, if assigned. If no badge number is assigned, enter the last four digits of the military police officer's SSN. This section is for the recording of additional information not listed elsewhere in the Incident Report. This section should list the chronology of events including the specified elements of the offenses reported in Section III of the same ICR.
This section is used to record documents not attached as addendums. Enter the enclosure number of attached supporting documents i. Enter a brief description of attached supporting documents, i. This section is used to record information concerning the individual preparing and approving the Incident Report. Enter the name, rank, title, date, and signature of the individual who prepared the ICR.
Enter the name, rank, title, date, and signature of the supervisor who reviewed and approved the contents of the ICR. This section is used to record administrative information concerning the distribution and referral of Incident Reports to other departments or commands for further investigation, administrative processing i.
Select the block that best describes the status of the incident. If selected, the Cleared Exceptionally section must be completed. It is used to indicate whether or not the incident was cleared exceptionally.
In a multiple-offense incident, the exceptional clearance of one offense, clears the entire incident. An incident cannot be cleared exceptionally if it was previously or at the same time cleared by an arrest, i. In order to clear an offense by exceptional means, the following four conditions must be met: In addition to responding to requests for advice and recommendations from the National Science and Technology Council, NBAC also may accept suggestions of issues for consideration from both the Congress and the public.
NBAC also may identify other bioethical issues for the purpose of providing advice and recommendations, subject to the approval of the National Science and Technology Council. It's first priority is to direct its attention to consideration of protection of the rights and welfare of human research subjects, and issues in the management and use of genetic information, including but not limited to, human gene patenting.
In establishing the other priorities for its activities, NBAC uses four criteria for its considerations: It is clear, however, that these four "criteria" are essentially utilitarian in nature, conflicting by definition with NBAC's purported "first priority" to protect human subjects in research. The means by which to resolve this inherent conflict will be in terms of "weighing and measuring" the conflicting moral positions and then arriving at a "consensus".
The scientific facts demonstrating that a human being begins at fertilization are cast merely in terms of "belief systems" or "moral positions" -- thus allowing them to be "weighed and measured" along with other " moral positions ". Incredibly and indefensibly, NBAC even assumes without argumentation that the philosophical arguments for "delayed personhood" carry more weight than those for "immediate personhood",  as do most of their commissioned papers.
NBAC too accepts the federal OPRR guidelines for its deliberations, which federal guidelines still include the scientifically erroneous definitions of "pregnancy" and of "fetus" as both beginning at implantation.
Thus once again, the early human embryo is not acknowledged as a human research subject. To put it bluntly, the "same ole same ole. The appointed members, and some other staff or consultants of NBAC are: Executive Director Eric Meslin Ph. It is not difficult to understand why NBAC would be agreeing with the DHHS legal counsel that federal funding of human embryonic and fetal stem cell research could "ethically" go forward.
We are now in a position to better understand historically how the recent history of bioethics directly and profoundly influenced the ethical, legal and legislative history leading up to the current NIH guidelines on human embryonic stem cell research. Despite the Congressional ban on human embryo research, in December the National Institutes of Health NIH announced its Draft Guidelines for Research Involving Human Pluripotent Stem Cells , in which it argued that, by its reading of the ban on human embryo research, NIH funds only could be used to fund research using human embryonic stem cells which were privately derived.
Aside from any number of serious problems associated with these guidelines, of particular interest once again are the definitions of a "human embryo" and a "human being" provided by NIH Director Harold Varmus in his testimony before a subcommittee of the Senate of the United States.
A new term was required to fill this void. That term would be "stem cells", the new surrogate for the term "pre-embryo". In his official testimony before the Senate subcommittee, Varmus stated that a human embryonic zygote [he used the term, "the product of fertilization of an ovum"] and all its developing stages up to the blastocyst stage [ days after fertilization], is just a collection of "totipotent stem cells " which only have the "potency" to become "a mature human organism" -- i.
That is, Varmus defined the early human "embryo" as " just stem cells ", rather than as a whole human organism which consists only in part of stem cells. Varmus' definition of a "human embryo" is patently scientifically false and thoroughly misleading.
The science of human embryology has long demonstrated beyond any doubt whatsoever that these early human embryonic stages to which Dr. Varmus referred are all really developing stages of a whole human being , not of just a part of a human being, e. A real stem cell is only a part of a whole organism; an organism such as a human being is the whole thing which contains the stem cells.
We already know this from natural monozygotic twinning. Quoting from human embryologists: The embryo enters the uterine cavity after half a week, when probably at least cells are present and when the endometrium is early in its secretory phase which corresponds to the luteal phase of the ovarian cycle.
Each cell blastomere is considered to be still totipotent capable, on isolation, of forming a complete embryo , and separations of these early cells is believed to account for one-third of cases of monozygotic twinning. Early mammalian embryogenesis is considered to be a highly regulative process. Regulation is the ability of an embryo or an organ primordium to produce a normal structure if parts have been removed or added.
At the cellular level, it means that the fates of cells in a regulative system are not irretrievably fixed and that the cells can still respond to environmental cues. Of the experimental techniques used to demonstrate regulative properties of early embryos, the simplest is to separate the blastomeres of early cleavage-stage embryos and determine whether each one can give rise to an entire embryo. This method has been used to demonstrate that single blastomeres, from two- and sometimes four-cell embryos can form normal embryos, Blastomere removal and addition experiments have convincingly demonstrated the regulative nature i.
Such knowledge is important in understanding the reason exposure of early human embryos to unfavorable environmental influences typically results in either death or a normal embryo. Some types of twinning represent a natural experiment that demonstrates the highly regulative nature of early human embryos , Monozygotic twins and some triplets, on the other hand, are the product of one fertilized egg.
They arise by the subdivision and splitting of a single embryo. Although monozygotic twins could Because the majority of monozygotic twins are perfectly normal, the early human embryo can obviously be subdivided and each component regulated to form a normal embryo.
Alternatively, if the twins are formed by splitting of the inner cell mass within the blastocyst , they will occupy the same chorion but will be enclosed by separate amnions and will use separate placentae, each placenta developing around the connecting stalk of its respective embryo. Finally, if the twins are formed by splitting of a bilaminar germ disc , they will occupy the same amnion.
Even IVF clinicians and researchers know this fact about the regulative capacity of these early human embryos: In such cases, patients may benefit from embryo multiplication , as discussed in the study by Massey and co-workers. Since each early embryonic cell is totipotent i. Experiments in this area began as early as , when the totipotency of echinoderm embryonic cells was reported In humans, removal of less than half of the cells from an embryo have been documented.
No adverse effects were reported when an eighth to a quarter of the blastomeres were removed from an embryo on day 3 after insemination. Further evidence supporting the viability and growth of partial human embryos is provided by cryopreservation. After thawing four-cell embryos, some cells may not survive, leaving one-, two-, or three-cell embryos. These partial embryos survive and go to term, but at a lower rate than whole embryos. Based on the results observed in lower order mammals, the critical period of development to ensure success in separating human blastomeres should be at the time of embryonic gene expression, which is reported in humans to be between the four- and eight-cell stages.
The second potential method of embryo multiplication is blastocyst splitting. Embryo multiplication by nuclear transfer [cloning] has been used in experimental cattle breeding programs. IVF clinics routinely replace multiple three to four embryos into the uterus to increase the chances of a successful pregnancy. For couples who have less than three quality embryos for transfer, blastomere separation could be of benefit. Varmus' "definition" erroneously defines the developing human organism -- the embryo up to the blastocyst stage -- as "just cells", and fails to consider the possible consequences of "regulation".
Further, the developing embryonic human being does not just have a "potency" or is a "potential human being" to develop later into a human being, as Dr. Scientifically we know that it already is a living human being at fertilization. The terms "potency" and "potential" are not scientific terms but are mediaeval scholastic philosophical terms -- and have always been misapplied in these current bioethics "personhood" debates at that.
These philosophical terms should play absolutely no role whatsoever in determining scientifically when a human being begins -- that is a strictly scientific question, which should be answered by the experts in the relevant field -- human embryologists. Perhaps the most amazing "scientific" statement by Director Varmus before the Senate sub-committee was his definition of a "human being" -- that these early totipotent and pluripotent "stem cells" will not become a human being unless and until it is implanted ," and " unless and until it reaches maturity.
Circumstantially, it is true to say that if an already existing human embryo is not implanted, it will die -- i. But that does not mean that this early embryo is not yet a human being. Scientifically, the single-cell embryonic human zygote and the embryo at all of its early developmental stages, is already a human being i.
Scientifically we know that normally every human being begins his or her physical existence at fertilization or cloning. No change of what it is takes place at implantation, only whether or not the whole human being that is already there continues to live and grow. It is really quite simple: If the early human being implants, then it can continue to live and grow to maturity; if it doesn't implant, then the early human being will die young.
Varmus' use of the phrase, "an entire mature human organism, e. A "mature human organism" is only one of many stages of development of a whole human being -- hardly the only stage.
Scientifically, the embryonic organism and the mature organism are one and the same continuous organism. The embryonic organism is just younger and at a less developed stage of growth. This definition of a "human being" by Dr. Varmus would actually define a "human being" as just existing which it is a mature organism only! And this from the senior scientific research officer of the United States. It is no wonder that human embryologists have never been included in these bioethics proceedings.
In addition to the scientific mis-nomers "pre-embryo" and its surrogate term "human embryonic stem cell research", is the term "fetal stem cell research". First of all, these cells are usually not "fetal", but rather they are usually embryonic cells -- since the embryonic period extends from fertilization to the end of 8 weeks.
And "fetal stem cells" are not your ordinary kind of "stem cell"; they are really germ line cells  -- i. This germ line gene "therapy" is referred to as "positive eugenics" even by the researchers themselves. And because these primitive sex cells are still diploid -- and will remain diploid for many many years to come -- they too can be cloned, or combined with other human or animal sex cells to form human-human and human animal chimeras, or "back-bred" to other species or to whole human embryos.
Thus since the passage of the National Research act, false scientific terms used to describe early human embryos scuh as "pre-embryos" even "pre-zygotes"! Such justifications are likewise often used for human embryo and fetal research, "human embryonic and fetal stem cell research", and human cloning especially in debates concerning the false scientific distinction between "therapeutic" and "reproductive" cloning.
These false scientific terms have also been routinely used as justifications in the current debates on abortion and the use of abortifacients, such as "morning-after" pills, RU, and IUD's -- especially by the drug companies and organizations such as Planned Parenthood, NARAL, etc. The claim is that because the early human embryo is just a "pre-embryo" or just a "bunch of stem cells", and because pregnancy "does not take place until implantation", the use of these "contraceptives" could not possibly be abortifacient.
However, again, the correct science objectively refutes such disingenuous claims. Quoting from Moore and Persaud: The administration of relatively large doses of estrogens "morning-after pills" for several days, beginning shortly after unprotected sexual intercourse, usually does not prevent fertilization but often prevents implantation of the blastocyst. The "abortion pill" RU also destroys the conceptus by interrupting implantation because of interference with the hormonal environment of the implanting embryo.
An intrauterine device IUD inserted into the uterus through the vagina and cervix usually interferes with implantation by causing a local inflammatory reaction. Some IUDs contain progesterone that is slowly released and interferes with the development of the endometrium so that implantation does not usually occur. Ovarian hormones estrogen taken in large doses within 72 hours after sexual intercourse usually prevent implantation of the blastocyst, probably by altering tubal motility, interfering with corpus luteum function, or causing abnormal changes in the endometrium.
These hormones prevent implantation, not fertilization. Consequently, they should not be called contraceptive pills.
Conception occurs but the blastocyst does not implant. It would be more appropriate to call them "contraimplantation pills". Because the term "abortion" refers to a premature stoppage of a pregnancy, the term "abortion" could be applied to such an early termination of pregnancy.
Given the historical fact that so much false and erroneous science has been purposefully used throughout these bioethics commissions and debates for so long, and the fact that such false science is now imbedded and entrenched in our very social structures, the inevitable question arises, "Where have all the good scientists been -- especially the human embryologists?
The silence is deafening. Regardless of a multitude of failings and flaws, the three bioethics principles of autonomy, justice and beneficence have been used -- as originally defined -- as the explicit basis for many major public policies,  governmental regulations, private sector and industry guidelines, even international guidelines still in use today -- e.
That is, these bioethics principles are explicitly defined in these documents in the same way as they were defined in The Belmont Report and by the early bioethicists, e. These bioethics principles also now literally redefine the "ethics" of other disciplines, e. Many colleges and universities already require a course in bioethics in order to graduate, and most medical and nursing schools have incorporated it into their curricula. Bioethics is even being taught now in the high schools.
And what is being taught as bioethics are the Belmont principles, or renditions of one or more of these principles as defined in Belmont terms. Nods may be given to "alternative" propositions here and there, but in the end it is the language of principlism which sets the standards.
Bioethics has also influenced the law  and the media. Indeed, the web address for NBAC is "bioethics. As Jonsen remarks, "'Federal ethics' became a significant source of opinion in bioethics as public moral discourse took place not only on federal premises but also in state agencies, professional societies, institutional committees, and public forums.
Bioethics is now international. As of , there is an International Bioethics Institute, whose founders were Australian bioethicists -- their first president being Peter Singer.
Since , the Council of Europe has had a Committee of Experts on Bioethical Issues, which with wide international consultation, composed a Convention for Bioethics containing guidelines on major bioethics issues. The European Community and its legislative arm, the European Parliament, have formulated bioethics policy and sponsored bioethics studies.
Centers and institutes of bioethics exist worldwide, "from Bonn to Beijing, and from Bangkok to Buenos Aries", as Jonsen quips. So, what is bioethics? Is it a legitimate "science", an academic field with it's own proper subject matter and method, and therefore with its own proper "experts"?
Is it the same as "ethics per se ", or as "medical ethics per se "? Or is it something else? In observing even the little presented above, the answer is obviously "no"; bioethics does not have a proper subject matter. From the very beginning, as the historical details and documents have demonstrated, bioethics is a very recent sub-field of normative philosophical ethics which was created by the National Commission in in its Belmont Report -- by mandate of the U.
But this normative ethical "theory" has been proven to be theoretically and practically defunct -- even by many of the Founders of the field themselves, as well as by others inside and outside the field.
Its "ethical principles" are theoretically indefensible, and practically impossible to logically and coherently apply. It never did and never could have had a well-defined subject matter that could pass the muster of serious critical academic evaluation -- on any level. Yet it continues to be understood, taught and applied as "principlism" , as "ethics" per se , as "medical ethics" per se , even as "Roman Catholic medical ethics" per se -- and its "experts" continue to flood the halls of health care facilities, courts, congress and government departments and agencies.
Precisely because of the inherent failure of the "Belmont principles", eventually many other "voices" within bioethics, and "outsiders" who were interested for one reason or another, were brought into the fray. Today "bioethics" is in fact a disunified "polyglot" of many different systems of ethics, theology, philosophy, politics, commerce and federal government.
As Jonsen puts it: We return to the question, "is bioethics a discipline? In the simplest sense, it certainly is. A discipline is a body of material that can be taught, and bioethics is and has been a teachable and taught subject since the mid's. In the strictest sense, it is not a discipline. A discipline is a coherent body of principles and methods appropriate to the analysis of some particular subject matter.
Bioethics has no dominant methodology, no master theory. It has borrowed pieces from philosophy and theology. Its theological pieces are the secular remnant of the sanctity of the person , the urgency to examine human experience in light of some sort of transcendent values, and the concern to translate those values into practical life. It adopted several pieces of philosophy: It also took another philosophical piece that is largely methodological, namely, the critical work of casting questions in logical form and inquiring about the premises behind them.
In addition to these philosophical and theological pieces, fragments of law and the social sciences have been clumsily built onto the bioethical edifice. It would seem rather disingenuous, however, for Jonsen to try to then duck the question by simply defining "bioethics" now as a "discipline" in the "simple sense" rather than in the "strict sense".
Either bioethics is a valid academic discipline -- with its own valid and proper subject matter, ethical principles, method and experts -- or it isn't a proper academic discipline at all.
The answer again is "no"; bioethics does not have its own proper method. The method of bioethics from the beginning has likewise been controversial, controverted, and "polyglot". This is not new, as Jonsen would seem to suggest.
It has recently simply become more "polyglot" -- a condition actually viewed enthusiastically by Jonsen: Academic disciplines today are mosaics of theories, with principles and methods formulated in diverse ways.
In fact, however, its classroom "method" usually consists of the Harvard Law School rendition of the legal method of case studies, "evaluated in the light of one or another of the bioethics principles. Further, by what justification is one bioethics principle chosen over either of the other two bioethics principles so as to "enlighten" us as to what is "ethical" or "not"? Is Bioethics A "Discourse"?
It is precisely because bioethics never could sustain the inevitable theoretical and practical criticisms that emerged that many bioethicists now prefer to divert attention away from such failures and blithely try to claim that bioethics is "just a kind of public discourse", rather than a formal academic discipline.
As Jonsen states, bioethics is "public discourse carried on by many people in many settings". But "consensus ethics" too is normative -- it takes a stand on what is ethical or not ethical. And as already expressed and documented, bioethics committees and commissions have not been and are not now so "democratic" and "innocent", thus calling into question the "moral" and "democratic" legitimacy of their "ethical consensus".
In fact, it can be argued that bioethics has appropriated the "democratic process" instead, deconstructing it and using it simply as a mechanical means by which to determine beforehand the conclusions desired that will advance the latest bioethics agenda. It is, let us not forget, the Belmont principles which are articulated and expected to be followed in these "democratic" settings -- not the "opinions" of the people. And the "majority" of its members are usually bioethicists and their associates.
If bioethics wants to call itself just a "discourse", it must frankly admit at least that it is a very ideologically driven one.
And "democratic" or "neutral" it is not. As pointed out elsewhere,  only a very tiny percentage of "professional bioethics experts" have any formal academic degrees or credentials in bioethics at all, and even for those few who do there is no uniform or standardized curriculum, most teachers don't really know the subject matter themselves, the courses vary from institution to institution, there are no local, state or national boards of examinations, and no standardized professional responsibilities are required.
Most "bioethicists" by far have never taken even one course in bioethics. It would seem that bioethicists are not "experts" in the serious sense of that term. But if bioethics is just a "discourse", then why are its practitioners still referred to and regarded as "experts"? Or perhaps this is one way to maintain the influence of an "expert" without having to be held accountable for really being one.
If bioethicists are simply "discoursers", then they are really not "experts" in anything other than "discoursing". It seems to me that you can't have it both ways. Either bioethics is a serious legitimate proper academic discipline, or it is just a "discourse".
Either it is "ethics", or it is "discourse". And it's practitioners are either "experts" or they are "discoursers". If bioethicists themselves don't know what their field is, and what they are experts in, who does? If bioethics is not strictly a discipline but only a "discourse", then why are so many federal regulations and laws based on the Belmont principles , which principles are required to be followed by Institutional Review Boards, Hospital Ethics Committees, and untold numbers of other similar groups and organizations?
And if bioethics is just a "discourse", then why have the Belmont principles been incorporated into a plethora of national and international codes and laws? If bioethics is just a "discourse", then why is public policy still being based on these normative Belmont principles?
If even only one or two of the Belmont principles are being used in a particular setting, they are still being used as defined and taught by the Belmont bioethicists -- as normative, as "ethics", and therefore as not "neutral". If bioethics is just a "discourse", it would seem logical that it's "discoursers" should admit that they are not professional ethicists or ethics experts, and graciously step down from their positions as "international moral gurus", removing themselves from all the power and influence normally reserved for real experts -- especially in legal, health care, and public policy making areas.
Relatedly, either they are legally accountable as other "experts" are, or they aren't. If bioethics is just a "discourse", then it is also time to urgently rewrite all of the federal and private regulations, laws, etc. If bioethics is just "discourse", then it is clearly not ethics or medical ethics -- much less Catholic medical ethics. And why are we even talking about "ethics"? Whose "ethics", and which "ethics"? I would suggest that perhaps this was at least another of "the small errors in the beginning" that has led to this "multitude of errors" in which we find ourselves today.
How could this normative "ethics" as defined by the federal government have ever been accepted and applied to public policy making in our "pluralistic, multicultural, democratic" society? Jonsen refers to the "savants" in the early history who "spoke in the language of science".
They were obviously not welcome at the bedside. And it is understandable why the earliest pilgrims of bioethics wanted to check the arrogance of such physicians and researchers who had caused horrific abuse of human subjects in research by providing input from those outside these fields who might bring to the table other relevant "values" to consider. But it was naive, at least, to think that philosophers, theologians, politicians and others would not themselves become just as arrogant and create in turn a " secular ethics" which was just as unfair and unbalanced.
Today instead we have the arrogance of "savants" who "speak in the language of bioethics" -- the "strangers at the bedside" of whom Rothman wrote. This has resulted not only in the politicization of "ethics", but in the politicization of medicine and science as well -- including and especially the science of human embryology.
Scientific facts are now to be determined to be factually true or false by "democratic" representatives with absolutely no academic credentials or expertise in those fields, using a "democratic" process of "consensus" in place of the scientific method proper to the lab. Science itself has become "relative", depending on a public or political "consensus" for its verification.
The consequences of this false "science" for health care and public policy alone will be profound -- especially when it is applied to the members of our society. But more disturbing is the possibility that in a deep sense we have really come full circle.
It was not just the "arrogance" of the early physicians and scientists that resulted in the systemic abuse of so many human subjects in research, but often the arrogance of physicians and scientists of an essentially eugenic mindset. Much as we have tried to "distance" ourselves from and "deny" the eugenic atrocities of the Nazi era and similar more recent eugenic events, our official "silence" on eugenics in the academy and elsewhere has served only to blind us to its creeping acceptance in principle in the corridors of academe and government.
Has "an Eugenic Age" indeed finally arrived, or is it still just the stuff of sci-fi novels? One only has to hear the many voices of many of the current leaders of the bioethics community around the world, as referenced above, to ascertain an accurate answer.
But that assumes that we know who these bioethics leaders are, and that we listen very carefully to what they are saying and proposing. The "stranger" at the bedside may be more odious than we want or are prepared to acknowledge.
Might that really account for Jonsen's "silence" as he abruptly and prematurely halts his history of the "birth of bioethics" at ? Is bioethics today the golden brick path to the global eugenics of the 21st century? Can we afford to remain distant, silent, and in denial any longer, or do we wait until it is no longer even possible to raise the question , as has happened before?
We are confronted here with persons who know that, and why, their opinions cannot stand up under critical analysis and who therefore make the prohibition of the examination of their premises part of their dogma The questions of the "individual man" are cut off by the ukase of the speculator who will not permit his construct to be disturbed. Science, Politics and Gnosticism Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, is the explicit sometimes implicit "ethical" basis for all of the following documents a very small sample: United States Code of Federal Regulations: See also Jonsen, esp.
There are many different schools of "logic", each school using terms and definitions peculiar to very specific metaphysical and epistemological schools of philosophy which determine the different terms and their definitions. That is, these different schools of "logic" drag with them very specific metaphysical and epistemological presuppositions.
That is why the dozens of very different schools of "logic" come to different "logical" conclusions. Thus there is no such thing as a "neutral logic". Similarly, if "meta-ethics" is defined as the "merely logical" analysis of ethical propositions, then by necessity "meta-ethics" too is not "neutral", but carries with its use and the selection of its terms, definitions and analyses very specific metaphysical and epistemological presuppositions.
Specifically addressing the possibility of a "neutral ethics" in bioethics see Irving, "Quality Assurance Auditors: Good Practice, Regulation, and Law March , 3 1: See also, Wesley J. Smith, Culture of Death: Oxford University Press, , pp.
Wadsworth Publishing Company, Inc. See also Dianne N. What is Wrong With This Picture? Government Printing Office, Oxford University Press, , p. Unless otherwise noted, all further references to "Jonsen" are to this book. Jonsen notes that because of the Roe v.
Wade decision, "abortion, ancient moral question that it is, faded from the agenda of bioethics" p. This left those interested and involved in this most basic of life issues operating "on another planet", and fairly isolated from the other life issues also at stake within the bioethics community. I will attest that in my 60 graduate course hours for my doctorate degree in the Department of Philosophy and in the Kennedy Institute of Ethics at Georgetown University, the issue of abortion was very rarely raised.
There now exists an entire library containing almost exclusively bioethics articles, books and archives -- i. The arguments from these bioethics journals, books, etc. United States Catholic Conference, Inc. Paul Books and Media, The Catholic University of America Press, Oxford University Press, I acknowledge with great appreciation my extensive use of Dr.
Jonsen's vast historical accounting of the history of bioethics as well as his extraordinarily detailed references as catalogued in this book. Another excellent recent book describing the recent history of bioethics is by David J.
Rothman, Strangers at the Bedside: BasicBooks; a subsidiary of Perseus Books, L. Rothman's history also focuses on issues specific to scientific medical research. Harper and Row, ; Jonsen, p. Jonsen also notes that "Huxley acknowledges his debt to the Jesuit anthropologist and theologian, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, whose similar views about evolution to the 'noosphere' were then fashionable. Harper and Row, Yale University Press, A Discussion at the Nobel Conference Amsterdam: North Holland Publishing, , pp.
Pilgrim Press, , p.
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