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2-64. When  the  person  making collections  is  the  cash collections  agent,  the  ship’s store  officer  will  review  the cash  receipt  book  for  each sales  outlet  at  least  how often? 1. Monthly 2. Weekly 3. Twice a week 4. Daily Learning  Objective: Identify the  general  procedures  followed when theft or fraud occurs in the ship’s store operation. 2-65. To prevent theft in a walk-in retail  store,  the  retail  store operator  should  take  which  of the  following  precautions? 1. Keep a close watch on customers 2. Allow  only  a  limited  number of  customers  in  the  retail store at a time 3. Do  not  allow  customers  to shop in the retail store wearing  heavy  jackets 4. All of the above 2-66. After  a  ship’s  store  space  has been broken into, it is reported  to  the  commanding officer  and  an  informal investigation  is  made  for  what purpose? 1. To determine who is responsible  for  the  theft 2. To reveal the extent of the loss 3. To  determine  what structural  damage  was  done 4. To use the findings as evidence in the event of a court-martial 2-67. When can a ship’s store space be  reopened  for  business  after being  broken  into? 1. After the person responsible  for  the  breakin is captured 2. After  all  disciplinary action as required by the UCMJ is resolved 3. After  inventory  is accomplished  and accountability reestablished 4. After an action report is received  by  the  commanding officer from the Naval Supply  Systems  Command 2-68. Which  of  the  following  examples of mishaps in the ship’s store operation  would  be  considered fraud? 1. 2. 3. 4. The  ship’s  store  officer changes  the  ship’s  store afloat  financial  control record  and  supporting documents  to  conceal  a large loss in the retail store The  leading  Ship’s Serviceman  steals  an expensive  watch  during  a working  party  and  reports to the ship’s store officer that the working party stole it The  retail  store  operator is not ringing up all sales in the retail store and is placing  the  excess  amount of money in his or her pocket All of the above 2-69. After  the  commanding  officer receives a report of fraud in the  ship’s  store  operation,  he or she will direct the ship’s store officer to conduct an informal  examination. 1. True 2. False Learning  Objective: Identify the  general  procedures  used  for inventorying  and  restocking  the sales  outlet.  (cont’d) 19

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