10 Steps: Cash in Transit Process
CIT stands for Cash in Transit
Step 1: Confirm the identity of the guard against his official company identity card.
Step 2: CIT Arrives onsite, with a key bag.
Step 3: Sign for the key and ensure that the opening seal matches the closing seal of the previous day.
Step 4: The white tag is utilised to unlock the device door.
Step 5: Remove device bag.
Step 6: Place the device bag into a tamper evident CIT bag.
Step 7: Place a device slip, into the tamper evident bag prior to sealing.
Step 8: The CIT crew must be handed a sealed tamper evident bag and sealed key bag.
Step 9: Kindly ensure that the CIT crew records each bag on his CIT receipt and closing seal number of the key bag.
Step 10: Please take note that the CIT crew is only allowed to move one bag to the vehicle at a time.