31B40 OPS NCO
Responsible for monitoring and coordinating training requirements for over 170 Soldiers assigned to the Military Police Company. Maintains comprehensive training records for the Battalion in both digital and hard-copy formats. Manages the training systems ATTRS and DTMS. Disseminates fragmentary and operation orders received from the Battalion. Assigns tasks to subordinate Soldiers based on their capabilities and available assets. Oversees and tracks the Company’s training requirements. Provides monthly training updates and security clearance updates to the Company Commander.
Assumes responsibility for tracking and scheduling training requirements for over ______ full-time AGR Soldiers assigned to the Recruiting and Retention Battalion. Maintains detailed training records for the Battalion in electronic and physical formats. Manages the training systems ATTRS and DTMS. Disseminates fragmentary and operation orders received from the G3. Develops tasking for subordinate units based on their capabilities and available resources. Supervises and monitors the training requirements of the battalion. Provides monthly training updates and security clearance updates to the Company Commander.
31B52S Operations NCOIC
Serves as the NCO in charge of G3 Operations for the United States Army xxxx (xxxx) and xx Corps. Provides guidance and advice to the G3 Protection Cell Chief on Provost Marshal Operations, Anti-terrorism/Force Protection, and Physical Security. Assumes responsibility for the administration, operations, readiness, and training of the Protection Cell, which includes CBRN and AT/FP. Functions as a member of the integrated xxxx/xx Corps staff, offering recommendations on Military Police assets to support strategic defense plans and concepts. Incorporates Military Police and protection operations into XXXX bilateral and unilateral exercises. Manages equipment valued at over $300,000.
31B40 Provost Marshal Operations NCO
Offers analysis, integration, and synchronization of Military Police (MP) operations in support of ________ operations. Assumes the role of the senior functional staff non-commissioned officer, providing guidance and counsel to the Brigade S-3 and the Brigade Commander on matters related to MP operations. Provides personal staff support to the commander in matters concerning law enforcement involving U.S. military and civilian personnel. Serves as the Force Protection/Antiterrorism Officer for the Regiment, ensuring the review and enforcement of force protection and physical security measures across the Regiment. Conducts inspections and vulnerability assessments.
31B50 Operations NCOIC
Assumes responsibility for the logistics support, movement, and security of the operations area. Ensures the proper distribution of reports and messages. Updates units’ statuses on maps and charts. Supervises the publication of orders and graphics. Oversees the setup and dismantling of the OPS Area. Provides supervision and leadership to all enlisted personnel assigned to the S3 section. Manages guard rosters, sleep plans, and shift schedules for the operations section.
31B20 Team Leader
Assumes responsibility for the daily supervision and operations of a military police combat support team. Provides leadership and guidance to ensure the readiness, training, and professional development of two soldiers. Maintains accountability and oversees the maintenance of MTOE equipment, including a vehicle and weapons system valued at over $1,000,000. Offers technical and tactical guidance to peers and subordinates in support of military police operations.
31B20 Team Leader
Leads and supervises Military Police teams and sections in support of battlefield operations, including area security and force protection patrol operations. Performs duties as a Military Police Patrolman. Provides technical and tactical guidance to subordinate personnel. Assumes responsibility for the health, welfare, morale, and training of two Soldiers and over $300,000 worth of vehicles and equipment.
31B20 Team Leader
Assumes responsibility for the morale, health, and training of a 3-man MP Team. Responsible for the maintenance, accountability, and effective utilization of all team-assigned weapons, night observation devices, communications equipment, and individual equipment worth over $33,000. Counsels, disciplines, and develops soldiers into competent leaders. Maintains the highest state of combat readiness and is prepared to assume control of the squad in the absence of the squad leader.
31B30 Squad Leader
Assumes responsibility for the morale, health, and training of a 12-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 $100,000. Counsels, disciplines, and develops soldiers and NCOs into competent leaders. Maintains the highest state of combat readiness regardless of conditions and personnel changes.
Serves as a Squad Leader in a Corps Combat Support Military Police Company providing support to XVIII Airborne Corps. Assumes responsibility for the combat readiness, welfare, morale, discipline, and training of 9 Soldiers. Responsible for the maintenance and accountability of 3 HMMWVs with ASIPS radio systems, 30 weapons systems, and equipment valued at over $250,000. Ensures that the Squad is ready to provide law enforcement and conduct contingency operations in support of the 10th Mountain Division (LI) and the Fort Drum Community.
31B30 Squad Leader
Assumes responsibility for the training, instruction, and supervision of 12 squad personnel in all five military police functions. Ensures all equipment and vehicles assigned to the squad are properly maintained. Counsels and mentors squad members for professional growth. Ensures the policies and standards of the company are carried out. Operates military police desks, plans crime prevention measures, and prepares operations plans in support of both battlefield and installation law and order operations and security of resources and installations. Supports Platoon Sergeant in meeting collective and individual tasks.
Assumes responsibility for the training, health, morale, and welfare of an 18-soldier squad in a Combat Support (Corps) Military Police Company subject to no-notice worldwide deployment. Trains, directs, and supervises the squad in tactical operations, basic Soldier skills, and law enforcement duties. Responsible for the maintenance and combat readiness of 40 weapons, 1 HMMWV, and squad equipment valued in excess of one million dollars. Performs MP Staff Duty NCO and Patrol Supervisor during force protection operations.
31B3O Squad Leader
Serves as a Squad Leader in a Worldwide deployable FORSCOM Maneuver, Fires, and Effect (MFE) Military Police Company. Assumes overall responsibility for the training, quality of life, safety, morale, health, welfare, discipline, personal, and professional development of 12 Soldiers. Maintains accountability and serviceability for all assigned Squad MTOE Equipment and installation property valued in excess of $1,200,000. Coordinates for all training areas, equipment, and logistical support of the entire squad. Conducts law enforcement for a community consisting of over 57,000 Soldiers, Family members, and civilians.
31B30 Squad Leader
Leads and supervises Military Police squads and sections in support of battlefield operations, including area security and force protection patrol operations. Performs duties as a Military Police Patrol Supervisor. Provides technical and tactical guidance to subordinate personnel. Assumes responsibility for the health, welfare, morale, and training of nine Soldiers and over $1,000,000 worth of vehicles and equipment.
31B40 Platoon Sergeant
The Platoon Sergeant is responsible for leading a military police platoon, squads, and sections. They also lead military police detachments in support of battlefield and installation security measures. The Platoon Sergeant plans and coordinates security measures in enemy prisoner of war facilities and civilian internment settlements/resettlements. They ensure that all platoon equipment and vehicles are properly maintained and that Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) are conducted regularly. Additionally, the Platoon Sergeant counsels and mentors squad leaders to support their professional growth.
Airborne MP Platoon Leader
As the Platoon Leader of an Airborne Military Police Platoon in the Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division, this role has a worldwide strategic mission to deploy within 18 hours. The Platoon Leader is responsible for the health and welfare, morale, discipline, training, and tactical employment of 42 paratroopers and their families. They also oversee the maintenance and accountability of over $8 million worth of organic and theater-provided equipment. Additionally, the Platoon Leader is responsible for the professional development of all subordinates.
As an Instructor/Writer for the Total Army School System, this role is responsible for designing, preparing, and executing assigned periods of instruction. They identify course requirements and training materials, including training devices, weapon systems, optical devices, communication equipment, and vehicles valued in excess of $2,000,000. The Instructor/Writer is also responsible for the individual and collective training, counseling, mentoring, health, and welfare of soldiers attending the Basic Military Police Course.
31B48 Lead Instructor/Writer
As a Lead Instructor/Writer for the Total Army School System, this role is responsible for designing, preparing, and executing assigned periods of instruction. They identify course requirements and training materials, including training devices, weapon systems, optical devices, communication equipment, and vehicles valued in excess of $3,000,000. The Lead Instructor/Writer is also responsible for the individual and collective training, counseling, mentoring, health, and welfare of Military Police Instructors and soldiers attending the Basic Military Police Course.
31B MP Protective Services Team Member
This role provides security during ground and air movements of all principals. They prepare logistically and operationally for upcoming movements throughout the area of operations, both within and outside of Kabul. Additionally, they perform truck maintenance at the operator level and report any deficiencies found. They also perform security escorts at Camp Resolute Support and respond to base emergencies to obtain accountability of principals and provide security as needed.
Serving as a Military Police Investigations Primary Evidence Custodian for a worldwide deployable FORSCOM MFE Military Police detachment on the Fort Leonard Wood community with a daily population of over 57,000 people. They account for, preserve, safeguard, and dispose of all evidence received in a timely manner. They coordinate with the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate Trial Counsels and the Special Assistant United States Attorney for matters related to evidence. This role also maintains all evidence records and files regulations while protecting evidence from loss or damage. They are responsible for the health, welfare, morale, and professional development of three Military Police Investigators.
31B40 Detachment Sergeant
The Detachment Sergeant is responsible for leading a Military Police Detachment on Fort XXX. They are responsible for the training, health, welfare, and professional development of over XX soldiers. They provide guidance to section chiefs in support of the Installation Directorate of Emergency Services. The Detachment Sergeant also oversees the administrative support and logistical functions of the unit. Additionally, they are responsible for deploying Military Working Dog Teams in support of worldwide contingency operations and advising the commander on all matters pertaining to enlisted soldiers and quality of life concerns of family members and civilians. They are responsible for over $XXX,XXX worth of property.
31B40 Rear Battle NCO (EAC)
At Echelons Above Corps, the Rear Battle NCO works closely with Operations & Intel (O&I) sections and the Area Damage Control Section (ADC) of a Rear Operations Center. They coordinate with the Tactical Combat Force (TCF) (Infantry, Cavalry, Military Police) to defeat threat level I and II and to delay threat level III until a follow-on force relieves them. The Rear Battle NCO also coordinates MP response for crater analysis of MSR/ASR and conducts or assists Combat Engineers with battlefield damage assessments. They ensure Tactical Reference Points (TRPs) are continuously updated and accurate. Additionally, if the unit is on 24-hour duty, they may have the additional duty as Assistant O&I NCO. They also provide briefings to dignitaries, U.S. and host nation military officials on the current situation at any time.
Military Police Patrol Supervisor
As a Military Police Patrol Supervisor, this role serves in support of the 88th Military Police Detachment with worldwide missions in support of overseas contingency operations. They are responsible for the professional development of soldiers, including training, counseling, health, and welfare. They are accountable for the operational readiness and maintenance of tactical vehicles and law enforcement equipment valued over $100,000 to ensure there is no loss or damage. They provide support to a community with over 3,000 members.
The Intelligence NCOIC serves as a part of the Army’s largest and most forward deployed Military Police Battalion with over 1,200 soldiers. They are responsible for Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield during theater and Battalion level exercises. The Intelligence NCOIC is responsible for all security aspects of the battalion, including physical, personnel, information, OPSEC, and force protection. They manage the battalion SCAR and battalion security clearances utilizing the JPAS and EQIP systems. Additionally, they are responsible for the readiness, safety, health, discipline, and training of two soldiers.
31B4OZ6 Kennel Master
The Kennel Master is assigned to a Combat Support Military Police Detachment supporting worldwide contingency operations as well as Law Enforcement Operations on a major Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Installation with a population of over XX,000. They are responsible for preparing Military Working Dog (MWD) teams for deployment to hostile fire areas. The Kennel Master provides liaison with local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies by providing MWD teams for United States Secret Service (USSS) missions. They also maintain accountability of more than $XXX,000 worth of equipment and training aids.
31B2V5 Military Police Investigator
Responsible for ensuring the health, welfare, and professional development of one Military Police Investigator, this role supervises the conduct of Military Police associated with cases in a community of XX,000 soldiers, family members, and civilians. They oversee the processing of crime scenes and are responsible for the maintenance and accountability of equipment valued in excess of over $XX,000. They also participate in a joint criminal information team as a liaison with the FBI, CID, and other state and federal law enforcement agencies.
31B30 Desk Sergeant
As the supervisor of the Fort XXXX Military Police Desk and Civilian Law Enforcement Center Liaison Desk Sergeant, this role oversees 22 Military Police Patrols. They are responsible for reviewing and correcting the Military Police Blotter, receiving and recording complaints, and safeguarding property and evidence. The Desk Sergeant processes offenders and detained personnel and provides assistance, information, and notifications to civilian and military communities, as well as Chains of Command. They handle Serious Incident Reports and are responsible for the supervision, welfare, and training of two soldiers. Additionally, they are accountable for law enforcement equipment in excess of $250,000.
31B2OQ9 Traffic Accident Investigator
As a Traffic Accident Investigator (TAI) on Fort XXXXXXXX, this role performs duties covering 100 square miles with a population of over XX,000 military and civilian personnel. They are responsible for the training and welfare of three TAI soldiers. Their main task involves investigating traffic accidents that occur on the installation and ensuring the speedy and complete processing of accident reports. They also process Armed Forces traffic tickets and U.S. District Court violations notices. Furthermore, they develop and implement traffic control plans for special ceremonies and events and perform regular traffic surveys to identify problem areas and focus traffic enforcement efforts.
31B4OQ9 Traffic Accident Investigations NCOIC
The Traffic Accident Investigations NCOIC is responsible for the daily operations of the Directorate of Emergency Services (DES) Traffic Section. They supervise, train, and evaluate ten soldiers and two Department of the Army Civilian Police traffic accident investigators. This role serves as the primary facilitator for driving while intoxicated detection training, speed-measuring device operations, and high-risk traffic stop tactics and procedures. They develop and implement traffic control plans for special ceremonies and events, and they regularly conduct traffic surveys to identify problem areas and focus traffic enforcement efforts. The Traffic Accident Investigations NCOIC is accountable for property valued in excess of $XXX,XXX.
31B2O AWOL/DESERTER Apprehension Team Leader
In this role, the individual serves as a Team Leader in charge of a two-person Absent Without Leave (AWOL) Apprehension team. They are responsible for over $XX,000 worth of equipment and initiate timely apprehensions of AWOL soldiers and deserters. They provide statistical data to the Directorate of Emergency Services and unit commanders, as well as coordinate with local and state law enforcement agencies in three states.
31B4O Military Police Investigator Supervisor
The Military Police Investigator Supervisor is responsible for coordinating and supervising investigations of misdemeanor criminal offenses for the Fort XXXXXX community, which has a daily population of over XX,000 soldiers, DA civilians, and family members. They coordinate investigations with the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) and three civilian law enforcement agencies. Additionally, they implement and enforce all policies and directives conveyed by the Provost Marshal. This role oversees the health, welfare, morale, and professional development of seven military police investigators and two civilian investigators. They are also responsible for the accountability and operational readiness of investigative equipment valued in excess of $100,000.