(U//FOUO) DoD Procedures for Wire, Electronic and Oral Interceptions for Law Enforcement

The following document is the current Department of Defense manual on the procedures for intercepting wire, electronic and oral communications for law enforcement.  The manual also discusses “access to electronic communications in electronic storage or in a remote computing service.”  Though the manual was issued in 1995, it is still current according to another, unreleased DoD Directive-Type Memorandum updated in 2012 (DTM 11-007 – Delegation of Authority to Approve Consensual Interceptions for Law Enforcement) that makes reference to the manual and modifies some of its language.

DoD O-5505.9-M

  • 35 pages
  • For Official Use Only
  • May 1995


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3 comments for “(U//FOUO) DoD Procedures for Wire, Electronic and Oral Interceptions for Law Enforcement

  1. June 10, 2013 at 5:50 pm

    You can’t trust this government. I have absolutely no faith in anything that comes out of the mouths of government officials and there is no way in hell I believe that any of these government agencies aren’t spying on Americans in an unconstitutional manner.

  2. June 15, 2013 at 2:17 am

    What a bunch of thugs the US Government and State Governments have turned into. They want more money and power and they just want to marginalize the citizens and their God given rights. They won’t wiretap Mosques or other enemy armories and war planning centers but they continually get caught breaking the law and violating civil rights. I have no confidence in their ability to win the war quickly. The war is lost and they are to blame!

  3. dickmcnugget
    June 18, 2013 at 12:38 am

    God doesn’t give rights, Rich. He only takes them away.

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