FHP POLICY 12.02 PROMOTIONAL EXAM

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FHP POLICY 12.02 PROMOTIONAL EXAM
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POLICY 12.02
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  1. Jewelry or any other item of exceptional value placed in a safe deposit box will be photographed prior to removal from the EPR.   Photos of such items will be stored in their respective E/P case files.  Digital photos should be stored in the E/P computer program.
  2. Currency, negotiable securities, or jewelry with an apparent value of $500 or greater, shall be verified by at least two persons that sign the E/P receipt. 
  3. Cash in the amount of $5,000 or greater shall be counted and verified together by the seizing member and the E/P supervisor that places the cash directly into the EPR. 
  4. Drugs and other contraband items with a street value greater than $5,000 shall be verified by two law enforcement officers.
  5. The description for any value of currency, negotiable securities, jewelry,  and drugs will include the following:

    currency and other negotiable securities will be itemized by denomination,
    check numbers, etc.; 

    jewelry will be identified by generic descriptions
    of color, basic type, and any other identifiable characteristics or markings without reference to the authenticity of precious metals or stones;

    and drugs will be described as specifically as possible in recording their type and weight.
  6. The EPR door will be equipped with a minimum of two (2) separate locks with separate keys.  High security locks are recommended
  7. The maximum time limit for the storage of evidence/property in a TSF is 96 hours.
  8. Seized vehicles shall be stored at a properly secured vehicle impound facility (VIF) approved by the Troop Commander.  At a minimum, the VIF must have a securely locked entry and a chain link fence that is at least six feet in height with high strand barb-wire and sufficient security lighting during nighttime hours. 

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