Some would say that MP stands for Military Police, which I have nearly 12 years worth of experience in training, leading, and mentoring soldiers from a team of two to a platoon on 43. MP actually stands for Multi-Purpose. To me that means being able to not only learn and do the job in front of you but know how to accomplish multiple projects at once or projected timeframe. I have the ability to get the job done by organization and delegation. I have established numerous equipment check spreadsheets and control systems to ensure maximum productivity within my department. With these systems my department can assess each piece of equipment and make an accurate estimate on parts and time spent working on that particular equipment.
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Responsible for training, instruction, and supervision of a group of soldiers in all five military police functions; ensures all equipment and vehicles assigned to team are properly maintained; counsel and mentor team members for professional growth; ensures the policies and standards of company are carried out. Ensures leadership has ample time to accomplish their mission.
Instruct and train students how to properly use non-lethal weapons and to ensure that classes that are conducted are to standard. Trained on OC Spray, Taser, Civil Disturbance Tactics, munitions, Audible Hailing/Warning Devices.
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