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Recruiting Irregularities
understanding of the Navy’s mission and commitments. Phone  (202)  433-2333  between  the hours of 1000 and 1300 EST. DEFENSE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING  SERVICE, CLEVELAND  CENTER For customer service at the Defense Finance and Accounting  Service  (DFAS),  Cleveland  Center,  call 1-(800)-346-3374. NAVAL  LEGAL  SERVICE  OFFICE The   Naval   Legal   Service   Office   (NLSO)   can provide  legal  advice  including  wills,  powers  of attorney,  and  notarizing  services.  The  NLSO  can  also provide  counseling  on  sales  contract  matters,  child custody, immigration, naturalization, citizenship, lease preparation, repair   work   disputes,   divorce   and separation, and more. ETHICS/PROHIBITED PRACTICES Certain  practices  are  prohibited  by  members  in  the recruiting   force. These   include   fraternization, socializing  with  prospects  or  members  of  DEP, harassment,  using  abusive  language,  and  other activities.  Prohibited  activities  and  policies  governing them,  as  well  as  investigations,  are  covered  in  the following  paragraphs. FRATERNIZATION The  Navy  firmly  prohibits  fraternization.  The Recruiting Command further defines and prohibits fraternization   between   recruiting   personnel   and prospects, applicants, or DEP personnel. For further information  on  this  topic,  refer  to  Fraternization, COMNAVCRUITCOMINST   5370.1. Definitions The   following   definitions   apply   to   CNRC’s fraternization  policy: PROSPECT.–  Any  person  who  has  expressed  an interest  and  appears  to  possess  the  potential  and qualifications   for   enlisting   in   or   receiving   a commission   in   the   U.S.   Navy,   Army,   Air   Force, Marine   Corps,   Coast   Guard,   or   any   Reserve components of those services. APPLICANT.– Any person who has commenced processing  by  beginning  to  complete  a  Record  of Military  Processing  Armed  Forces  of  the  United States, DD   Form   1966,   or   Application   for Commission or Warrant Rank, U.S. Navy or Naval Reserve, NAVCRUIT Form 1100/11. DEP PERSONNEL.– Any person who accesses into  the  pool  of  highly  qualified  personnel  as  a member  of  the  Individual  Ready  Reserve  and  has agreed  to  commence  active  duty  or  active  duty  for training at a later date. RECRUITING ENVIRONMENT.– Any function, gathering, or meeting, in a public or private place, that recruiting  personnel  attend  in  their  official  capacity. PROHIBITED   ACTIVITIES.–   Recruiting personnel must not participate in any of the following activities: l  Forming  or  attempting  to  form  a  dating  or social  relationship  with  any  prospect,  applicant,  or DEP  person. This  includes  dating  or  otherwise socializing on an individual basis but does not include attendance   at organized, command-sanctioned recruiting  or  DEP  activities  where  a  dating  or individual social relationship does not exist and is not formed  during  the  function. l  Allowing  any  prospect,  applicant,  or  DEP person to remain in any recruiting offices except for official   purposes. l Engaging in physical contact with a prospect, applicant, or DEP person including, but not limited to, caressing, hugging, kissing, fondling, holding hands, and  other  touching  of  an  unauthorized  nature  except reasonable  physical  contact  required  in  an  emergency to  protect  life  or  limb  or  in  self-defense  of  an unprovoked  attack. l  Harassing  any  prospect,  applicant,  or  DEP person.  Harassment  is  defined  as  any  unpleasant, humiliating,  or  degrading  activity  in  conjunction  with the  enlistment  qualification  process. l Using abusive language that tends to degrade the  prospect,  applicant,  or  DEP  person,  whether directed at the person or used in the presence of such person.  The  individual  sensitivities  of  the  person being  processed  must  be  considered  in  making determination of what constitutes abusive language. 3-24

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