Civilian Misconduct Action Authority (CMAA)

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Army Europe Regulation 27-9 (AER 27-9) establishes the position of Civilian Misconduct Action Authority (CMAA) and the policy and procedures for taking appropriate administrative action in response to misconduct by civilians who receive individual logistical support (ILS) with the intent to safeguard the resources, facilities, and welfare of US Forces in Europe.

The following individuals fall under Army Europe Regulation 27-9:
   • Family Members of active duty personnel
   • Appropriated Fund (AF) and Non Appropriated Fund (NAF) employees and their Family Members
   • Military Retirees and their Family Members
   • DoDEA employees and their Family Members
   • Employees of Government Contractors and their Family Members
   • Non-affiliated civilian personnel who are permitted to use US Forces facilities, regardless of command-sponsorship status

Civilian Misconduct is defined as: Conduct or behavior by persons subject to this regulation that violates or is inconsistent with the standards of host nation laws; the United States Code; or the rules, regulations, and other directives of military authorities. Also included is disorderly conduct; conduct prejudicial to good order, discipline, or mission accomplishment.

Examples of Civilian Misconduct:
   • Truancy
   • Insubordination
   • Trespassing
   • Vandalism
   • Assault
   • Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance
   • Driving under the Influence
   • Child Neglect
   • Receipt of Stolen Goods
   • Traffic Violations

The CMA can issue a variety of sanctions against an offender. Whatever sanction the CMA chooses it is likely to come from one of two categories, Minor Administrative Actions or Adverse Administrative Actions.

Examples of Sanctions that could be imposed upon offenders:
   • Letter of Warning
   • Counseling
   • Community Supervision
   • Bar from Entry
   • Early Return of Dependents
   • Suspension or Revocation of Logistic Support Privileges
   • Curtailment of Tour
   • Removal from Host Country

Point of Contact Information
Point of Contact:
DSN 469-7514, Civ 0951-300-7514

Office Location:
Room 206 Building 7290

Hours of Operation;
0800-1130 and 1300-1730 Monday thru Friday (by appointment only)
Closed Federal Holidays