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Marine Corps Detachment

 

Marine Corps Detachment

Fort Leonard Wood

Missouri

Course includes training necessary to function in the Operating Force and Supporting Establishment during peacetime and time of conflict. Students receive instruction and practical application in the following areas related to Military Police Operations: Police Communications, Policing, Supporting Establishment Law Enforcement, Police Advising and Training, and Law Enforcement Training. This course focuses and stresses technical and tactical Law Enforcement skills. Graduates are proficient with the four core capabilities of the MCPF and are trained on the most critical tasks required of a platoon commander. Students will be able to immediately assume a supervisory role for Marines and Marine Corps Civilian Law Enforcement personnel in an LE Bn or PMO. 

 

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To provide company grade Marine Officers with the knowledge and skills necessary to perform duties and responsibilities of a Military Police Officer: MOS- 5803. This course is designed to provide students with the training required to function as a Military Police Officer in the operating force and supporting establishment. Students will receive instruction and practical application in the following area: anti-terrorism/force protection, police communications, policing, supporting establishment law enforcement, police advising and training, and law enforcement training.

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MPOBC Student Welcome Aboard Letter 01-17Joseph ClarkinAdmin10/13/2016251.54 KBDownload