same as the one on the voucher the CID funds were originally disbursed on. A copy of DD Form 1131 showing
the return will be given to the proper certifying and approving officer.
Disposition of Controlled Substances
Controlled substances, such as marijuana, hashish, heroin, and cocaine held by the custodians, no longer of value
as evidence, may be released for training detector dogs. CID and MP evidence custodians are authorized to
release controlled substances subject to the restrictions established in AR 195-5.
Marijuana may also be used for training CID and MP personnel in the techniques of identification and "field
testing," subject to the provision above. With the exception that used marijuana, including the residue, will be
returned to the evidence custodian for final disposal. Marijuana will not be kept any longer than needed to
complete the training. It will be received and returned the same date. Marijuana approved for final disposal may
be burned to familiarize personnel with the odor. The evidence custodian will carry this out in accordance with
the manner prescribed for final disposal.