b. Afloat Correction Facility Classification. Afloat brigs
are operated in CVN, LHA, and LHD class ships. However, when
authorized by Fleet Commanders, afloat confinement facilities
may be operated in other smaller ships.
(1) Operations. Responsible for the daily operations of
the ship's brig. The shipboard Corrections Specialist will
process and handle the confinement of adjudged, detained, and
sentenced prisoners, as defined earlier, and may also deal with
the confinement of Enemy Prisoners of War (EPW), see reference
OPNAVINST 3461.6 or Army Regulation 190-8.
(a) Brig Officer. Brig Officer shall be a naval
officer, but no other restrictions to this assignment apply.
Brig Officer shall be appointed in writing by the Commanding
(b) Brig Supervisor. Brig supervisor is responsible
for supervising brig staff, maintaining good order and
discipline, carrying out plan-of-the-day, and ensuring the
health, welfare, and safety of staff members and prisoners.
(c) Control Center Supervisor. (Same as CCS ashore)
Control center supervisor is responsible to the brig supervisor
for maintaining the prisoner accountability and security system.
coordinates information and activities concerning prisoners and
prisoner movements. They are responsible for storage, issue,
and inventory of security equipment such as keys, instruments of
restraint, etc. Personnel selected for this post shall be
carefully screened by the brig supervisor due to
responsibilities and high demands associated with these duties.
(d) Quarters Supervisor. Quarters supervisor is
responsible to the brig supervisor for maintenance of good order