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Military Police duty description

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31B Military Police

31D Criminal Investigations Command (CID) Special Agent

31E Internment / Resettlement Specialist

Additional Duties

31B—Military Police1

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31B Military Police

Supervises or provide support to the battle field by conducting maneuver and mobility support (MMS), area security, prisoner of war operations, civilian internee operations, law and order operations on the battlefield and support to the peacetime Army community through security of critical Army resources, crime prevention programs and preservation of law and order.

2 Level

Leads military police teams in support of battlefield operations and leads and supervises small sections in support of security and installation law and order operations.

Leads and supervises Military Police teams and sections in support of battlefield operations, to include area security and force protection patrol operations; performs duties as Military Police Patrolman; provides technical and tactical guidance to subordinate personnel; responsible for the health, welfare, morale and training of ___ Solders, and over $_______ worth of vehicles and equipment.

TEAM LEADER - Serve as Team Leader of a 3 Soldier team. Responsible for the health, welfare, and safety of Soldiers in the team. Ensure Soldiers meet standards related to individual and team training, physical fitness, equipment maintenance, property accountability, and personal appearance. Enforce discipline and execute Squad Leader guidance. Coach, counsel, and mentor team members. Responsible for the control and tactical employment of Police Operations, Detention Operations, Security & Mobility Support, and Police Intelligence Operations. Maintain accountability and serviceability of one military police war-fighting system, valued at approximately $428,000.

3 Level

Leads military police squads and sections, operates police desks, plans crime prevention measures, operates evidence room, and prepares operations plans and orders in military police detachments in support of both battlefield and installation law and order operations and security of resources and installations.

Responsible for the morale, health, and training of a ___ man MP Squad; responsible for the maintenance, accountability, and effective utilization of all squad assigned weapons, night observation devices, communications equipment, and individual equipment worth over $______; counsels, disciplines, and develops soldiers and NCO's into competent leaders; maintains the highest state of combat readiness regardless of conditions and personnel changes.

Desk Sergeant: Supervises the ________ Military Police Desk, Civilian Law Enforcement Center Liaison Desk Sergeant and __ Military Police Patrols; responsible for reviewing and correcting the Military Police Blotter, receiving and recording complaints and safeguarding property and evidence; processes offenders and detained personnel; provides assistance, information and notifications to civilian communities, military communities and Chains of Command; Serious Incident Reports; responsible for the supervision, welfare and training of ___ Soldiers; responsible for law enforcement equipment in excess of $_________.

SQUAD LEADER - Serve as Squad Leader of a 12 Soldier squad. Responsible for the health, welfare, and safety of Soldiers in the squad. Ensure Soldiers meet standards related to individual and team training, physical fitness, equipment maintenance, property accountability, and personal appearance. Enforce discipline and execute Platoon Leader guidance. Coach, counsel, and mentor Team Leaders. Responsible for the control and tactical employment of Police Operations, Detention Operations, Security & Mobility Support, and Police Intelligence Operations. Maintain accountability and serviceability of four military police war-fighting systems, valued at approximately $1,700,000.

4 Level

Leads military police platoons, large detachments and sections. Supervises and performs duties as Provost Sergeant and MP Operations NCO, prepares circulation or traffic control plans and operations orders in support of both battlefield and installation law and order operations and security of resources and installations.

Detachment Sergeant of a Military Police Detachment on ____________; responsible for the training, health, welfare and professional development of over __ Soldiers; provides guidance to section chiefs in support of the Installation Directorate of Emergency Services; oversees the administrative support and logistical functions of the unit; responsible for deploying Military Working Dog Teams in support of world-wide contingency operations; advises the commander on all matters pertaining to enlisted Soldiers and quality of life concerns of family members and civilians; responsible for over $____________ of property.

Leads military police platoon, squads and sections; leads military police detachments in support of battlefield and installation security measures; plans and coordinates security measures in enemy prisoner of war facilities and civilian internment settlements/resettlements; ensures all platoon equipment and vehicles are properly maintained and PMCS is current; counsel and mentor squad leaders for professional growth.

PLATOON SERGEANT - Serve as Platoon Sergeant of a 43 Soldier platoon. Ensure the execution of the platoon physical fitness program, individual readiness program, and platoon equipment maintenance. Develop, coach, counsel, and mentor platoon Soldiers. Coordinate resources for training and mission requirements, supervise individual and team training, enforce standards and discipline, and oversee the execution of platoon leader guidance for Police Operations, Detention Operations, Security & Mobility Support, and Police Intelligence Operations. Maintain accountability and serviceability of fourteen military police war-fighting systems, valued at approximately $6,000,000.

5 Level

Performs 1SG duties or provides staff supervision, prepare plans, procedures and operational orders as provost sergeant, operations sergeant, intelligence NCO and security NCO in support of battlefield and installation law and order operations and security of resources and installations.

Responsible for logistics support, movement, and security of the operations area; ensuring that reports and messages are distributed properly; updating units statuses on maps and charts; supervising the publication of orders and graphics; supervising the setting up and dismantling of the OPS Area; supervising all enlisted personnel assigned to the S3 section; managing guard rosters, sleep plans, and shift schedules for the ops section.

FIRST SERGEANT - Serve as First Sergeant of a 169 Soldier company. Serve as the primary advisor to the Commander on all enlisted matters. Responsible for providing individual training, enforcing discipline, and resolving Soldier issues across the company. Provide professional noncommissioned officer development and coaches, counsels, and mentors unit Soldiers. Oversee the coordination of training and supervises the execution of the commander’s orders to accomplish Police Operations, Detention Operations, Security & Mobility Support, and Police Intelligence Operations. Ensure accountability of resources, equipment, and facilities valued at over $28,500,000.

31D Criminal Investigations Command (CID) Special Agent

Supervises or conducts investigations of incidents and offenses or allegations of criminality affecting DA or DoD personnel, property, facilities, or activities.

2 Level

Assist in investigations of incidents and offenses or allegations of criminality.

3 Level

Investigate incidents and offenses or allegations of criminality.

4 Level

Investigate incidents and offenses or allegations of criminality.

5 Level

Assists in staff management or provides NCO direction to units engaged in criminal investigative operations.

Criminal Investigations Command (CID) Special Agent

31E Internment / Resettlement Specialist

Controls, supervises, counsel internees, manages I/R operations, confinement operations and corrections treatment programs.

2 Level

Supervise, counsel and assist in managing internee operations in internment/correction facilities and the United States Disciplinary Barracks.

Supervises ___ Soldiers and provides them with counseling and mentorship. Responsible for preparing training and training his/her Soldiers and always ensures that his/her Soldiers are at the appointed place of duty. Responsible for the maintenance and care of a ___ vehicle section. Responsible for all personnel working in the confinement/correctional facility, including security, logistical, and administrative management of the prisoner/internee population. Conduct inspections; prepare written reports; and coordinate activities of prisoners/internees and staff personnel.

 

3 Level

Supervise internment facility operations, counseling, management, training and employment of military prisoners in internment/corrections facility and the United States Disciplinary Barracks.

Responsible for the training, care and development of __ Soldiers; maintains accountability and serviceability of the squad's assigned sensitive items; serves as an Assistant Sergeant of the Guard in a strategic detention facility; responsible for the orderly running of the facility in the absence of the Sergeant of the Guard; serves as the Pay Agent for _____ responsible for $_____________.

4 Level

Supervise internment facility operations, reviews and establishes procedures for counseling, management, training and employment of military prisoners in internment/correction facility and the United States Disciplinary Barracks.

5 Level

Establishes and supervise implementation of internment operational procedures and treatment programs within internment/correction facility and the United States Disciplinary Barracks.

Responsible for the health, welfare, discipline, training, and professional development of ___ Soldiers; responsible for all aspects of administration and enlisted personnel management for the unit; principal advisor to the commander on all enlisted Soldier matters, Detainee Services Branch (DSB), and Camp Mayor Cell servicing over ___ personnel; responsible for the accountability of over $____________ in U.S. Army property.

Additional Duties

COMPANY COMMANDER - Serve as Commander of a 169 Soldier company. Responsible for mission planning and collective training of Police Operations, Detention Operations, Security & Mobility Support, and Police Intelligence Operations, property accountability, and overall unit readiness. Maintain a high level of discipline, morale, and physical fitness within the unit. Must be tactically proficient; know the mission, capabilities, and dependencies of the unit. Responsible for accomplishing the assigned mission of the company and ultimately accountable for everything that does or does not happen in the unit. Ensure accountability of resources, equipment, and facilities valued at over $28,500,000.

EXECUTIVE OFFICER - Serve as Executive Officer of a 169 Soldier company. Assist the Commander in mission planning and accomplishment. Provides oversight on logistic and administrative matters. Assume command in the absence of the commander. Manage the property book and status reports. Oversee maintenance, support and sustainment, physical security, and the Command Supply Discipline Program. Supervise unit support sections and the headquarters element. Work in conjunction with the Operations Sergeant to monitor company Police Operations, Detention Operations, Security & Mobility Support, and Police Intelligence Operations.

OPERATIONS SERGEANT - Serve as Operations Sergeant of a 169 Soldier company. Plan, organize, and serve as a senior advisor to the First Sergeant and Company Commander on Police Operations, Detention Operations, Security & Mobility Support, and Police Intelligence Operations and company taskings. Prepare, revise, maintain, and publish unit plans, OPORDs, graphics, policies, and SOPs. Work in conjunction with the Executive Officer provide operational oversight of unit support sections and headquarters, monitor company operations, update and publish unit tactical reports, and coordinates unit support and sustainment.

PLATOON LEADER - Serve as Platoon Leader of a 43 Soldier platoon. Responsible for platoon training, discipline, equipment, and personnel readiness in order to accomplish Police Operations, Detention Operations, Security & Mobility Support, and Police Intelligence Operations. Develop platoon training plans based on the company mission-essential task list. Responsible for the morale of the platoon. Must be tactically proficient; know the mission, capabilities, and dependencies of the platoon. Maintain accountability and serviceability of fourteen military police war-fighting systems, valued at approximately $6,000,000.