Military Police

SPRING 2014

Military Police contains information about military police functions in maneuver and mobility support, area security, law and order, internment/resettlement, and police intelligence operations.

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U.S. Army Maneuver Support Center of Excellence Capabilities Development Integration Directorate Concepts, Organization, and Doctrine Development Division Publication Number Title Date Description ATTP 3-39.32 (will be ATP 3-39.32) Physical Security 3 Aug 10 A manual that establishes guidance for all personnel respon- sible for physical security. It is the basic reference for training security personnel and is intended to be used in conjunction with the Army Regulation 190 (Military Police) Series, Security Engineering Unifed Facilities Criteria publications, Department of Defense directives, and other Department of the Army publications. Status: Under revision; projected for publication 3d quarter, FY 14. FM 3-19.15 (will be ATP 3-39.33) Civil Disturbance Operations 18 Apr 05 A manual that addresses continental U.S. and outside the continental U.S. civil disturbance operations and domestic unrest, including the military role in providing assistance to civil authorities. Status: Under revision; projected for publication 3d quarter, FY 14. ATTP 3-39.34 (will be ATP 3-39.34) Military Working Dogs 10 May 11 A manual that provides commanders, staffs, and military working dog (MWD) handlers with an understanding of MWD capabilities, employment considerations, sustainment requirements, and the integration of MWDs in support of full spectrum operations. Status: Under revision; projected for publication 1st quarter, FY 15. ATP 3-39.35 Protective Services 31 May 13 A manual that provides guidance for protective service missions and the management of protective service details. Status: Current. FM 3-19.4 (will be TM 3-39.30) Military Police Leaders' Handbook 2 Aug 02 A manual that addresses military police maneuver and mobility support, area security, I/R, law and order, and police intelligence operations across the full spectrum of Army operations. It primarily focuses on the principles of platoon operations and the tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP) necessary. Status: Under revision; projected for publication 1st quarter, FY 15. TM 3-39.31 Armored Security Vehicle 20 Aug 10 A manual that provides military police forces with the TTP and related information necessary for the employment of the armored security vehicle. Status: Current. Note: Current military police publications can be accessed and downloaded in electronic format from the U.S. Army Military Police School Web site at . Comments or questions about military police doctrine can be e-mailed to . Doctrine Update Doctrine Update MILITARY POLICE . 19-14-1 51 "Doctrine is indispensable to an Army. Doctrine provides a military organization with a common philosophy, a common language, a common purpose, and a unity of effort." General George H. Decker, U.S. Doctrine Update.1.indd 53 3/28/2014 10:00:50 AM

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