Figure 2-17. Temporary Release of Evidence.
For MP activities, evidence custodians must be a--
Noncommissioned officer in MOS 95B/C, grade E5 or higher.
DA civilian employee, grade level determined by the local civilian personnel office (must have
favorable background investigation).
If sufficient or qualified military or civilian personnel are not available, exceptions may be made by the
The field office, region, or commanding general USACIDC may appoint the evidence custodian. AR 195-5 must
be cited as the authority for appointments of evidence custodians. A copy of the appointing paper work must be
kept in the depository 310-2c file.
Primary evidence custodians are responsible for--
Accountability, preservation, safeguarding, and disposition of all evidence received in the depository.
Maintenance of all evidence records in accordance with AR 195-5.