Form CG-6000 "Coast Guard Investigative Service Evidence Custody Form"

What Is Form CG-6000?

This is a legal form that was released by the United States Coast Guard on June 1, 2004 and used country-wide. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

Form Details:

  • Released on June 1, 2004;
  • The latest available edition released by the United States Coast Guard;
  • Easy to use and ready to print;
  • Yours to fill out and keep for your records;
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  • Fill out the form in our online filing application.

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U.S. Depar t m ent of
COAST GUARD INVESTIGATIVE SERVICE
Homeland Security
U.S. Coast Guard
EVIDENCE CUSTODY FORM
CG - 6000 ( 6-04)
1. Receiving Office
2. Case Control Number (CCN)
3. Evidence Log Type and Number
4. Case Title/Subject
6. Address (include ZIP)
5. Name/ Grade / Title of Person From Whom Seized/Received
Owner
Other
7. Work Phone
8. Home Phone
9. Location Where Property Seized/Received
10. Reason Obtained
11. Time/Date Seized/Received
12. Seized/Received By (Printed Name)
Other
Found
Impounded
Evidence
13. Item
14. Quantity
15. Disposal Action
16. Description of Article/Make, Model, Serial Number, Identifying Marks,
Condition, Value, Weight, and Evidence Tag Number
17. Name and Signature of Witness
18. Name and Signature of Evidence Custodian
19. CHAIN OF CUSTODY
Items
Date/Time
Released By
Received By
Purpose
Name
Name
Organization
Organization
Signature
Signature
Name
Name
Organization
Organization
Signature
Signature
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U.S. Depar t m ent of
COAST GUARD INVESTIGATIVE SERVICE
Homeland Security
U.S. Coast Guard
EVIDENCE CUSTODY FORM
CG - 6000 ( 6-04)
1. Receiving Office
2. Case Control Number (CCN)
3. Evidence Log Type and Number
4. Case Title/Subject
6. Address (include ZIP)
5. Name/ Grade / Title of Person From Whom Seized/Received
Owner
Other
7. Work Phone
8. Home Phone
9. Location Where Property Seized/Received
10. Reason Obtained
11. Time/Date Seized/Received
12. Seized/Received By (Printed Name)
Other
Found
Impounded
Evidence
13. Item
14. Quantity
15. Disposal Action
16. Description of Article/Make, Model, Serial Number, Identifying Marks,
Condition, Value, Weight, and Evidence Tag Number
17. Name and Signature of Witness
18. Name and Signature of Evidence Custodian
19. CHAIN OF CUSTODY
Items
Date/Time
Released By
Received By
Purpose
Name
Name
Organization
Organization
Signature
Signature
Name
Name
Organization
Organization
Signature
Signature
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19. CHAIN OF CUSTODY (CONT'D)
Date/Time
Items
Released By
Received By
Purpose
Name
Name
Organization
Organization
Signature
Signature
Name
Name
Organization
Organization
Signature
Signature
Name
Name
Organization
Organization
Signature
Signature
Name
Name
Organization
Organization
Signature
Signature
Name
Name
Organization
Organization
Signature
Signature
Name
Name
Organization
Organization
Signature
Signature
Name
Name
Organization
Organization
Signature
Signature
20. FINAL DISPOSITION
Final Disposition Authority
Organization
Name (Printed)
Grade/Rank
Persons Witnessing Destruction (Print)
Organization
Signature and Date
1.
2.
NOTE: You MUST indicate in Disposal Action Column (on front) by two number or letter code, persons receiving or witnessing action and the type of action.
CODES: (R) Person receiving
(W) Witness to Action
(A) Turned over to another Agency
(1) Returned to Individual Owner
(C) Returned to Command
(S) Turned into Supply
(D) Destroyed
(M) Another method (explain in Remarks section)
EXAMPLE:
Code R1 = person receiving the item was the owner;
WD = person witnessed the destruction of the item;
RC = person receiving item returned it to the command
21. REMARKS
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