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Figure 6. The radio operator receives and transmits messages
between military police headquarters and the patrols.
e. Maintenance of the bulletin board. Special orders
covering each patrol, photographs and descriptions of
wanted persons, and items of information and interest to
all patrols should be posted on the bulletin board.
f. Supervision of the jailer. Where a jailer is desig-
nated, his activities are supervised by the desk sergeant.
g. Use of safe. The desk sergeant is custodian of the
safe or other appropriate container used to safeguard evi-
dence, recovered property, and articles taken from prisoners.
h. Supervision of the police clerk. The desk sergeant
supervises the police clerk and any additional clerks, to in-
sure that records, reports, and files are properly maintained.
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