It all depends upon why law enforcement is being called- but Yes the Commander can take action.
The Command can counsel the individual and potentially pursue UCMJ charges, if the Soldier is the one causing the issues.
If it is a family member, there is not anything the military can do.
Contact the Command
If nothing else, the parents can contact the Soldiers command and make an inquiry.
If the Soldier is causing these problems, odds are they have other disciplinary issues within the unit.
What Rank is Causing the Problem
Then there is also the issue of what rank the Soldier is. If it’s an officer, a call to the Command will most likely take care of it. If it’s an NCO (Sergeant), the same could be true. If it’s junior enlisted, the issues may involve other Soldiers in the unit also.
Special thanks to ECK our Legal SME for helping us out on this one.
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