MOS 31B Military Police NCOER Bullet Examples

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Riot Control Team Lead

o assigned as a Protest Response Apprehension Team Leader; provided on-the-spot training to 133d Security Forces members; ensured their effectiveness and safety

o deployed in support of St. Paul Police Department and responded to multiple locations within the city; limited damage to public infrastructure

o assisted in the apprehension of 77 non-compliant protesters on the capital grounds; reduced risk of riot escalation


Military Police

o interfaced with members of the Department of Defense Police, civilian authorities, sister services, supporting units and their staff

o detected, deterred and defeated any threat to Caserma Ederle, Vicenza Italy and its tenant units

o displayed a high level of technical and tactical skills while successfully leading 2 squads through multiple convoy lanes and QRF training exercises

o ensured the platoon's high rate of readiness were met by overseeing his team leaders tasked as the platoon's supply, communication, and administrative NCOs

o displayed exceptional leadership skills during AT while leading his squad of 10 Soldiers through multiple live fire convoy ranges and missions without incident

o led 20 combat patrols, dismounted and mounted, through the most dangerous and contested areas outside the green zone

o managed 2nd platoon's maintenance schedule and raised vehicle Fully Mission Capable rate to 90% in less than 60 days


Team Leader

o coached and mentored two Soldiers to earn their promotable status; 1 Soldier won Soldier of the Month Board

o first Soldier or NCO to complete the USAF Security Forces Qualification Certification as a patrolman; set the standard for the section and unit

o displayed calm professional leadership; projected an image of self-confidence and enthusiasm

o assisted in training Soldiers in all aspects of law enforcement for the XXXXX installation of over 54,000 personnel

o trained Soldiers on the EST to prepare for M9/M4 qualifications; trained Soldiers in shoot/no-shoot tactical scenarios resulted in highly qualified military police officers

o willingly shared knowledge and experience from past law enforcement duties to mentor and develop subordinates and peers alike

o dedicated service made him a invaluable asset to the Afghan Border Police Embedded Tactical Trainer (ETT) Security force team

o supervised troops responsible for protection of coalitions forces, third country nationals, and host nation forces at Khabari Crossing


Operations NCO

o tracked and processed over 250 taskers and suspences while maintaining a 99% success rate of completion

o planned, organized and oversaw the area beautification project for the company's TOC; highly praised by the Batallion CSM

o routinely sacrificed personal goals and time to ensure the Force Protection's mission was accomplished on time and above standard


General

o volunteered for OC level 1 contamination to strengthen the bench for NGRF

o acted as liaison with the Polish Task Force White Eagle; facilitated the integration of Polish and U.S. operations

o selected over peers for a highly coveted opportunity to compete for and earn the German Armed Forces Badge for Military Proficiency

o trained multiple service branches in Military Funeral Honors proceedures

o confiscated 23 mutilated and expired identification cards, denying unauthorized personnel access to the installation

o provided direct support to Operation Deepwater Horizon, prevented further environmental damage

o dedication and technical expertise contributed significantly to 2/289th TSBN range control and 85% weapons zero

o volunteered for and participated in the 2008 Louisiana Para-Olympic 56 mile law enforcement run from Leesville to Alexandria

o trained over 500 Soldiers from within 419th MP BN, 1st MEB, JRTC and Fort Polk on Detention Operations and Combatives Level I in support of deployment to OIF/OEF

o secured both inner and outer perimeter of Kabul Forward Operating Base for change of command ceremony; no security breach

o mentored elementary school students; imparted the impact of academics and decisions on future

o top-notch Contingency Skills instructor-imparted his operational experience and combat skills to 200 students

o his ability to maintain the fine line between care and discipline sets him apart as an outstanding NCO

o textbook performance while responding to a suspicious package call; safely evacuated personnel and established a cordon until arrival of Explosive Ordnance Disposal

o conducted regular and unfailing security patrol operations and provided unwavering protection of Fort Meade property

o responded to the apprehension of four shoplifting suspects and recovered over 300 dollars in Army and Air Force Exchange property

o excelled as an alarm monitor, coordinating a joint patrol response with United States Marshals and Fayetteville Police Department to three wanted suspects

o interacted with civilian authorities to provide for the efficient allocation of Security, Police, Fire, and Ambulance assets throughout the tr-state area, reinforcing the close mutual-aid relationship between the base and the civilian community

o selected as the electronic security system administrator overseeing over 10,000 alarm points and maintaining over 100,000 dollars worth of Electronic Security Equipment

o integrated 24 Republic of Korea military police personnel into 37 combat-related tasks during 8 joint exercises; strengthened host nation relations

o authored the Electronic Security System OI which streamlined Alarm Monitor response procedures

o conducted background checks on over 100 potential contractors; contributed to the safety of construction and renovation projects valued in the millions of dollars


Squad Leader

o displayed a high level of technical and tactical skills while successfully leading 2 squads through multiple convoy lanes and QRF training exercises

o ensured the platoon's high rate of readiness were met by overseeing his team leaders tasked as the platoon's supply, communication, and administrative NCOs

o displayed exceptional leadership skills during AT while leading his squad of 10 Soldiers through multiple live fire convoy ranges and missions without incident

o led 20 combat patrols, dismounted and mounted, through the most dangerous and contested areas outside the green zone

o managed 2nd platoon's maintenance schedule and raised vehicle Fully Mission Capable rate to 90% in less than 60 days


Training/Operations NCO

o served as Orderly Room NCO, 411th BSB, while deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom

o tracked and processed over 150 unscheduled leaves and passes while maintaining a 99% manning rate

o under shifting command and conditions, organized and prepared the unit for redeployment and reintegration into central region upon completion of their 15 month deployment with zero loss of accountabilty


Military Police Desk Sergeant

o selected to instruct over 250 Military Police Soldiers during 12 Law Enforcement Training Seminars; enhanced MP capabilities

o motivation and attention to detail led to the consistent success of the Law and Order mission in FOB Ghazni

o processed and reviewed over 500 military police reports and 25 serious incident reports; key to base security

o trained and qualified 2 Soldiers on MP Desk Operations supporting Fort Belvoir Directorate of Emergency Services

o endured long hours of work dedicated to accomplish the unit's mission of law and order operations during Annual Training 2014 Front Gate at Fort Leonard Wood


General

o served as squad leader for the Unit Police on Panzer Kazerne in Boblingen, Germany

o as CBRNE NCOIC, led Battalion through its first JRTC rotation in preparation for deployment in support of OIF 08-09

o demonstrated genuine concern for the safety and welfare of his soldiers

o identified and detained individual for DUI and driving without a license; kept installation and streets safe for all

o coordinated transfer of M40 protective masks for 219th MP Bn pre-deployment tactical training; increased deployment readiness

o identified critical weapons storage violations in base armory; 1K weapons now secure, prevented $300,000.00 loss

o conducted two NBC chambers, a CIP for both Companies; facilitated 100% compliance with annual and FORSCOM training requirements

o fought to ensure his team members were treated equally and fairly while maintaining self-disipline and mission preparedness

o her immediate response and follow through to pay and personnel issues provided a sense of security and improved morale throughout the Company

o deployed 120 Soldiers and company equipment from BAF to area of operations, on time, fully prepared

o despite no formal instruction, volunteered to teach Hand and Arm Signaling, increasing force readiness

o has difficulty understanding, acknowledging, and accepting constructive criticism, thus limiting his potential (Needs Improvement)


Traffic Investigator

o completed over 30 traffic accident cases that included injuries and disabling damage

o worked well with other sections; was advanced to the desk to work as a desk sergeant under the 188th Military Police Company

o ensured safety of the Fort Drum housing area by initiating traffic stops and preventing further speeding violations


Security Specialist

o provided security for Congressional Delegations, Senior Executive Staff, and senior DoD personnel during Expeditionary Legal Complex (ELC) familiarization briefs

o ensured that personnel attempting to gain access to classified information met the proper badging protocols in accordance with Department of Defense instructions

o ensured the security, safety and well-being of all personnel, visitors and the premises

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