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« on: April 15, 2019, 08:10:13 PM »

12 APRIL 2019
SUBJECT: Interim Change Letter Ė CAPR 174-1, Property Management and Accountability
1. This interim change letter immediately changes CAPR 174-1, Property Management and Accountability and will remain in effect until CAPR 174-1 is revised. Compliance with this letter is mandatory.
2. Paragraph 2-26. Reports of Survey (ROS) is changed to read: A report of survey serves as the official record of an investigation into circumstances that resulted in loss, damage or destruction of property and to determine if it was attributable to an individualís negligence or abuse. It provides documentation to support adjustments to CAP property records. It further provides commanders information regarding material management weaknesses relevant to the case that will enable them to take corrective action to prevent recurrence. An ROS is required for loss or damage to property with a current value greater than $500, aggregate loss of like items that exceeds $500 or computers, iPads, tablets and similar mobile devices and any radio, key loader or other device with encryption keys loaded. Accuracy and completeness in ROSs are crucial to determining liability and in establishing reasonable assessment values. See paragraph 2.27 for specific guidance on assessment policy. An ROS must be a complete statement of facts that answers the six basic questions of who, what, when, where, why and how of the circumstances under which the property was lost or damaged.
3. Subparagraphs a., c. and d. remain unchanged. Subparagraph b. remains as amended in ICL 17-05.
4. The intent of this change is to reduce the burden placed on members in the field and CAPís headquarters staff to process ROSs for low or no-value property items. For comments or questions regarding this interim change letter, contact Gary Schneider, CAP/LG, at (334) 953-9084, or email gschneider@capnhq.gov.
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I see this as a good thing.
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« Reply #1 on: April 15, 2019, 11:36:06 PM »

CAP is now issuing ICLs to ICLs.

What does this actually change?
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« Reply #2 on: April 16, 2019, 12:59:58 AM »

If I read it right, many items that have been classed as "Expendable Tracked" will no longer need a RoS if they go missing or get broken. I have requested clarification from Gary at National.

Basically, anything valued under $500, excluding computers, tablets, iPads, etc and radios, keyloaders, etc, will not require a RoS if lost or broken.
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