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personally and reasonably conclude that the informant is  reliable.  The  informant’s  identity  need  not  be disclosed to the authorizing officer, but it is often a good practice to do so. FORMS.— Although  written  forms  to  record  the terms of the authorization or to set forth the underlying information  relied  upon  in  granting  the  request  are  not mandatory, the use of such memorandums is highly recommended for several reasons. Many cases may take some time to get to trial. It is helpful to the person who must testify about actions taken in authorizing a search  to  review  such  documents  before  testifying. Further, these records may be introduced to prove that the search was lawful. The  Judge  Advocate  General  of  the  Navy  has recommended the use of the standard record of search authorization  form  set  forth  in  appendix  A-1-n  to  the JAG Manual and as shown in figure 4-1. Should the RECORD OF AUTHORIZATION TO SEARCH (SEE  JAGMAN  0170) 1.  At on I  was  approached  by Time Date Name,  rate,  service in his or her capacity as who having been first Duty duly sworn, advised me that he or she suspected Name of and  requested  permission  to  search  his Offense or her for Object or Place Items 2. The reasons given to me for suspecting the above named person were: 3.  After  carefully  weighing  the  foregoing  information,  I  was  of  the  belief  that  the  crime  of [had been] [was being] [was about to be] committed, that was the likely perpetrator thereof, that a search of the object or area stated above would probably produce the items stated and that such items were [the fruits of crime] [the instrumentalities of a crime] [contraband] [evidence]. 4.  I  have  therefore  authorized to search the place named for the  property  specified,  and  if  the  property  be  found  there,  to  seize  it. Grade Signature Title Date and Time Fibure 4-1.—Record of authorization to search. 4-14

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