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Investigation Procedures
l Using any prospect, applicant, or DEP person for personal gain or for personal use. l Permitting or soliciting any person to engage in physical contact with, harassing, or abusing any prospect,  applicant,  or  DEP  person. l  Allowing  or  inviting  any  prospect,  applicant, or DEP person to enter into or be transported in the recruiting   person’s   private   vehicle   unless   such transportation  is  authorized  in  writing  by  a  privately own  vehicle  (POV)  use  authority,  is  for  official purposes,  or  is  a  matter  of  standard  operating procedure; for example, attendance at a DEP meeting. l  Gambling  with  any  prospect,  applicant,  or DEP  person,  including  playing  any  game  of  skill  with money or other things of value at stake. l   Accepting   or   receiving   money,   property, favors,  or  anything  of  value  in  return  for  favors, privileges,  or  other  preferential  treatment  for  any prospect,  applicant,  or  DEP  person. l Borrowing or lending money or any articles of value  from  or  to  any  prospect,  applicant,  or  DEP person. l  Offering  to  engage  in  or  engaging  in  any financial  or  business  dealings  with  a  prospect, applicant,  or  DEP  person. l  Photographing  or  accepting  any  pictures  of prospects, applicants, or DEP personnel other than those required for the applicant’s record or those taken for other official purposes. l   Allowing   any   applicant,   prospect,   or   DEP person  to  spend  the  night  at  a  recruiter’s  home  or apartment,  without  prior  command  approval. l  Enlisting  or  commissioning  any  person  with whom  they  have  a  social  relationship.  If  a  person who has formed a social relationship with a recruiter desires  to  enlist  or  be  commissioned,  that  person should  be  referred  to  another  recruiter. l  Entering   any   portion   of   an   establishment known to be a MEPS lodging or meal facility, except when their official duties make it necessary to assist in the proper check-in and check-out of an applicant or DEP member. Recruiting personnel may not enter any  other  part  of  such  facility  and  will  leave  the facility upon completion of the check-in or check-out process. l This list is not meant to be all-inclusive. Policies All  recruiting  personnel  should  make  sure  the following  requirements  are  met: l  Immediately  report  known  violations  to  the appropriate  level  within  the  chain  of  command. l  Expeditiously  address  and  resolve  alleged violations  of  the  prohibited  practices  of  this instruction. l   Include   COMNAVCRUITCOMINST   5370.1 in the mandatory reading materials for newly assigned recruiting personnel and integrate its contents into command  training  programs  to  ensure  that  it  is disseminated  to  all  recruiting  personnel. RECRUITING  IRREGULARITIES The  Navy  acts  on  every  apparent  recruiting  or enlistment  processing  irregularity.  An  irregularity  is any   noncompliance with   prescribed   policy   or established   procedure.   The   discovery   of   an irregularity  that  leads  to  enlistment  or  program disqualification  is  examined  to  determine  if  it  was preventable   by   Navy   recruiting.   apparent irregularities will be investigated at the appropriate level.  As  a  chief  petty  officer,  you  may  be  called upon  to  investigate  an  irregularity.  The  report  of investigation  will  be  thoroughly  reviewed.  The  review process includes the NRD CO, Navy Recruiting Area Commander, COMNAVCRUITCOM    Inspector General (IG), and CNRC. Categories of Investigations For purposes of identifying the nature of apparent recruiting  and/or  enlistment  processing  irregularities, each case will be categorized by COMNAVCRUITCOM according to the descriptions in the following paragraphs. The category assigned will not be changed during the investigation or review process   without   specific   approval   of   the COMNAVCRUITCOM   IG. CATEGORY I.–  These  investigations  are  the  most serious  concerning  the  applicant’s  background  or 3-25

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