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Figure 2-5. An example of a Stamp Credit Receipt (PS Form 3369).
Now  we  will  discuss  the  designation  required  to assume  the  responsibilities  of  a  Custodian  of  Postal Effects (COPE) for a fixed credit account. Before being permitted to perform the duties as a COPE or assuming custody of postal effects, personnel must  be  designated  as  a  COPE.    Personnel  are designated using DD Form 2257 (see figure 2-1). Only one COPE is assigned to any one postal operation and the  designation  remains  in  effect  until  the  member transfers to a new command, a senior MPC reports to the command and has been selected to be the COPE, or the COPE is removed from postal duties for cause. The procedures for preparing a DD Form 2257 for a COPE designation is the same as when designating an MPC with the following exceptions: Block  1:    Address  of  Navy  Postal  Finance  office (NPFO) San Diego. Block 3:  Check block for Custodian of Postal Effects. Block 5:  This block is used to indicate the activity for which designated. Ships and shore activities operating a post office manned  by  a  COPE  only,  must  also  designate  an additional  person  as  a  postal  clerk  for  training  as  a prospective relief in case of an unplanned loss of the COPE.   This person need not be of the Postal Clerk rating. After  DD  Form  2257  has  been  completed,  the command monies audit board members must conduct a complete  audit  of  all  postal  effects.    Audit  must include: All stamp credits assigned (including the reserve custodian  and  any  assistant  clerks).    The incoming COPE must verify the results of the audit. Money  order  accounts  to  ensure  all  money orders assigned to the command are accounted for  (DD  Form  885,  Money  Order  Control Record/PS Form 17, Stamp Requisition, used to order blank money order forms).   These forms will be discussed in chapter 8. 2-5 PCf0204 Figure 2-4. An example of a DD Form 2260.

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