be obtained by contacting the USACRD, USACIDC, Fort Holabird, MD 21219.
Sometimes it is expected that money orders will be held as evidence for more
than 120 days from the date received by the custodian. In these cases, a first
class letter will be sent immediately to the Military Money Order Division,
Postal Data Center, P.O. Box 1491, St Louis, MO 63182. The letter will list
the serial number of each money order and the reasons for retention.
procedure may make the later issuance of duplicate money orders impossible.
(13) Some items of evidence are of obvious monetary value, but ownership
cannot be established. Or, reasonable attempts to locate a known owner have
failed. Such items will be turned into the PDO in accordance with Chapter 1,
Part 3, Change 14, DOD Manual 4160.21-M.
(14) Other items of evidence found at crime scenes are of no obvious
value and there is no owner.
Such items might be matchbooks, beer cans, or
bottles. They might also be glass fragments, and wooden sticks. These will be
destroyed in the presence of a witness.
They will be crushed, burned, or
otherwise rendered useless and harmless.
(15) Money for which a rightful owner cannot be identified or located
after reasonable attempts will be turned in to a US Army finance officer. A DD
Form 1131 (Cash Collection Voucher) will be used for this purpose. A copy of
this will be attached to the original custody document.
(16) Final disposition of items from a PX or commissary will be in
accordance with local regulations, status of forces agreements, and laws or
customs of the host country.
The same criteria applies to items illegally
brought into a host country. Such items would be those connected with black
market, customs, and postal investigations.
(17) Limitation .0015 contingency funds (CID funds) held as evidence will
be disposed of in accordance with the provisions of AR 195-4. CID funds which
no longer have evidentiary value will be immediately deposited with the local
finance and accounting officer on DD Form 1131. Before depositing funds with
the finance and accounting officer, personnel preparing the DD Form 1131 must
ensure one fact:. the accounting classification cited should be the same as
that on the voucher on which the CID funds were first disbursed. A copy of DD
Form 1131 evidencing the return will be furnished to the appropriate certifying
and approving officer.
Inspections of Depository.
a. Monthly inspections will be made by the appropriate supervisor who is
of the following:
(1) Orderliness and cleanliness of the depository.
(2) Structural and security requirements.