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Figure 4-2.–Domicile-to-Duty Log, NAVCRUIT Form 11240/2. PARKING  IN  HIGH  CRIME  AREAS COs of NRDs, with the concurrence of the Area commanders,  are  permitted  to  park  their  government vehicles  at  the  closest  available  secure  overnight parking location such as a military installation or safer suburban recruiting station when the station to which the vehicle is assigned is located in a high-crime area. Recruiters  are  permitted  to  collect  their  vehicles  from these  locations  daily  and  continue  to  their  stations where vehicles can be parked adjacent to their stations during normal working hours. The intent in making off-site parking arrangements is to reduce the risk of vandalism and at the same time alleviate a concern for the safety of the recruiters who must work in these high-crime areas. To  document  that  these  secure parking   arrangements   are   not   violations   of domicile-to-duty   rules, Area   commanders   must annually  report  a  consolidated  list  of  authorized off-site parking to CNRC. VEHICLE   ALLOWANCE CNRC approves an overall vehicle allowance for each  Area  based  on  the  manpower  allowance  for billets authorized. Areas, in turn, distribute vehicles among  the  recruiting  districts. One  vehicle  is authorized per ZS and a .75 allowance per enlisted recruiter.  This  is  a  district  allowance  and  may  not reflect exactly within your zone. It should be used as a general guideline to determine if your zone has its fair share of vehicles assigned. For example, a zone with an allowance of 1 supervisor and 15 recruiters should  be  assigned  approximately  12  vehicles.  ZSs should   use   the   same   basic   guideline   to   check distribution within the zone. A recruiting station with 4-7

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