LAW ENFORCEMENT OPERATIONS
Subcourse Number 1006
United States Army Military Police School
Fort McClellan, Alabama 36205-5030
10 Credit Hours
Edition Date: January 1994
This subcourse is designed to present you with the skills and knowledge needed to understand how to process juvenile offenders and how to react to a serious incident. In addition, this subcourse will explain military police responsibilities during hostage situations/bomb threats and terrorism. The legal aspects and techniques of apprehension, search and seizure, and the supervision of traffic regulations will also be discussed.
This subcourse requires no prerequisites.
This subcourse reflects the doctrine that was current at the time of preparation. In your work situation, always refer to the latest publications and use the most current doctrine.
Unless otherwise stated, whenever a masculine pronoun is used, both men and women are included.
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE
You will develop an understanding of the basic military police law enforcement operations.
|CONDITION:||Given the information provided in this subcourse.|
|STANDARD:||To demonstrate competency of this task, you must achieve a minimum score of 70 percent on the subcourse examination.|
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