separate building must be used for temporary storage, the responsible supervisor
Key and Combination Security
an evidence room.
Copies of all combinations will be recorded on DA Form 727
(Classified Container Information). These will be kept in sealed envelopes in the
safe of the CID commander, SAC, or provost marshal. The following guidelines will
Each key operated lock will have two keys. One key to each lock will be in
the constant possession of the primary custodian. The duplicate key will be
put in a separate sealed envelope and secured in the safe of the CID
commander, SAC, or provost marshal.
Lock combinations will be changed when the primary or alternate custodian is
All combinations and key locks will be changed upon possible
Keys will be transferred from the primary custodian to the alternate only if
the primary custodian is to be absent for more than 8 duty hours or 72
Master key padlocks or set locks will never be used, in any capacity, in an
When controlled substance training aids are stored in evidence rooms, only
the primary and alternate controlled substance training aids custodians will
know the combinations.
The combinations will be recorded on DA Form 727.
This form will be kept in a sealed envelope secured in a GSA-approved, Class
5 container in the office of the provost marshal.
The evidence room will be locked at all times when not occupied by the custodian.
Only authorized personnel will be granted access to the evidence room.
granted access only in the presence of the responsible custodian. Personnel will
never be left in the evidence room when the custodian is absent. The primary and
alternate controlled substance training aids custodian will be granted escorted
access to the evidence room for the purpose of issuing and receiving training aids.
Training aids custodians will not be permitted to have access to or handle
access to or handle controlled substance training aids.
Evidence custodians will
not be assigned or appointed as training aids custodians.
This provision is not
subject to waiver.