DA Form 1129-R. Record of Prisoners` Personal Deposit Fund (LRA)

DA Form 1129-R. Record of Prisoners` Personal Deposit Fund (LRA)

DA Form 1129-R, also known as Record of Prisoners' Personal Deposit Fund (LRA), is a form used by the Department of the Army to keep records of the personal deposit funds of prisoners. This form is typically used in correctional facilities and detention centers to track and account for the money and valuables deposited by prisoners.

The form consists of several parts, including sections for personal information of the prisoner, details of the deposit, and a record of withdrawals and expenditures. Important fields include the prisoner's name and identification number, the amount of money deposited, and the purpose and date of each withdrawal.

When filling out this form, it is important to ensure accuracy and completeness of the information provided. The parties involved in this process are the prisoner, the correctional facility staff, and potentially the prisoner's family or legal representative.

An example application of DA Form 1129-R would be when a prisoner wishes to deposit money into their personal account to be used for commissary purchases or other approved expenses. By using this form, the prison administration can keep track of the funds and ensure they are properly accounted for.

An alternative form that serves a similar purpose is DA Form 1129, Record of Prisoners' Personal Deposit Fund. The main difference between the two forms is that DA Form 1129-R is used specifically for prisoners in the Legal Residency Agency (LRA), while DA Form 1129 is used for all other prisoners within the Department of the Army.