Norma relacionada
Poland
Practice Relating to Rule 116. Accounting for the Dead
Section E. Information concerning the dead
Poland’s Procedures Governing the Interment of Soldiers Killed in Action (2009) states:
A copy of the [burial] report should be sent to:
- in the case of the burial of fallen or deceased members of the allied forces: NATO headquarters, who will pass the report on to national headquarters.
- the Military Personnel Records Office or the Information Bureau of the Polish Red Cross.
The Records Office should also receive a report on the burial of soldiers belonging to enemy forces, together with a list of buried allied and enemy soldiers. 
Poland, Norma Obronna NO-02-A053:2004, Działania wojenne Procedury pochówku poległych i zmarłych, enacted by decision No. 134/MON related to the Approval and Enforcement of Regulatory Instruments in Respect of State Defence and Security, 21 April 2009, published in the Official Gazette of the Ministry of National Defence, No. 8, Item 99, April 2009, Section 2.5.2.
The Procedures also states: “Identity tags belonging to deceased members of the national or allied armed forces shall be split in two parts, and … [one] part should be sent to the headquarters of the unit responsible for the burial of the fallen and the dead.” 
Poland, Norma Obronna NO-02-A053:2004, Działania wojenne Procedury pochówku poległych i zmarłych, enacted by decision No. 134/MON related to the Approval and Enforcement of Regulatory Instruments in Respect of State Defence and Security, 21 April 2009, published in the Official Gazette of the Ministry of National Defence, No. 8, Item 99, April 2009, Section 2.7.