Provost Marshal’s Corner is a community policing initiative to keep you informed of monthly criminal and negligent activities affecting our community. To report a crime in progress, dial 911. Anyone with information regarding the crimes listed below, please contact Crime Stoppers at 396-EYES (3937).
Provost Marshal Messaging:
With warmer weather and spring break upon us, the Provost Marshal Office would like to take this opportunity to ask everyone to fresh their understanding of Child Supervision Guidelines (Home Alone Policy). Also with warmer weather, Fort Bragg will see an increase in theft of property and vandalism. We ask the community to remain vigilant and make yourselves and your property a hard target. If you notice something suspicious or have any knowledge of a crime, we ask you to call 911 or 396-EYES (3937) immediately.
Child Supervision Guidelines (Home Alone Policy):
0 years to fourth grade need direct supervision at all times
Fifth and sixth grade at least 10 years need monitored care every two, consecutive hours
Seventh and eighth grade can do selfcare for four, consecutive hours
Ninth and 10th grade can do self-care for six, consecutive hours
11th and 12th grade (age 16 to 17) can do self-care for 10, consecutive hours
Fort Bragg Curfew for Juveniles
Juveniles under the age of 18 may not be unsupervised outdoors from the hours of 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Sunday - Thursday
Juveniles under the age of 18 may not be unsupervised outdoors from the hours of 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. Friday to Saturday
For more information, please review Fort Bragg Master Policy Letter 87.
Driver Improvement Training (DIT) Initiative:
In accordance with the Garrison Commander’s directive, dated Sept. 1, 2016, all drivers cited for the following will be enrolled in DIT:
Speed in excess of 15 miles per hour
Traffic accident resulting in an injury or tow
Failure to obey a traffic control device (including individuals directing traffic)
For the month of March, 141 Soldiers have been cited DIT related violations. Remember to remain vigilant and obey the posted speed limits on Fort Bragg.
For the month of March, the Fort Bragg community has seen an increase in the following criminal and negligent activities:
Impaired Driving 41 reported.
Domestic incidents: 16
Non-Domestic related Assaults: 27
For the Month of March, the Fort Bragg community has seen a decrease in the following criminal and negligent activities:
Roadway Traffic Accidents are continually declining with the primary contributing factor being a “Failure to decrease speed on the roadways”, 29.
Excessive Speeding (80 or more mph): 7
Residential Breaking and Entering/Unlawful Entries are down. This includes Soldiers’ barracks room.
AWOLs/Desertions: 6 AWOLs and 3 Desertions reported.