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NATO MP COE launches the pilot edition of the MP Lessons Learned Staff Officer Course

On 18 – 22 April 2016, the NATO Military Police Centre of Excellence (NATO MP COE) held a pilot Military Police Lessons Learned Staff Officer Course (MPLLSOC). During the course, a comprehensive method of blended learning was implemented: stationary module supported by e–Learning session. Prior to this event, the NATO Community of Interest (COI) had never possessed an exclusively MP-oriented LL course. Participants not only learned the NATO LL Process but also had a possibility to review their new skills by practising during syndicate work. Along the course, evaluators from the NATO MP COE collected feedback and observations from all participants to be further developed.

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MP Close Protection Workshop summarises multinational experiences

Military Police Close Protection Workshop, which was held on 10-13 April 2016 at the NATO Military Police Centre of Excellence (NATO MP COE), aimed to summarise multinational experience in Close Protection (CP) within MP and as well to agree on and develop common ideas and proposals. A professional team of 30 NATO and non-NATO representatives having significant and various experience, gained from international theatres and missions, met at the Centre at a working level to discuss their various perspectives, lessons learned and issues concerning CP. As a result of their 3-day work, a statement containing proposal was concluded, which shall distributed later on at the strategic level of MP Community of Interest and to the MP Panel.

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The 3rd Annual Tactical Lessons Learned Forum takes place in Bydgoszcz on 9 – 13 May 2016

Lessons Learned (LL) should be considered not only as the final step of a process but rather, as the beginning of experience gaining, which is almost always the best teacher. One may quickly build vast amounts of knowledge and expertise at low cost by learning from others. Therefore, this is precisely the prime goal of the Annual Tactical Lessons Learned Forum (ATLLF). This year’s event concentrates on the “Detention Operations” – a sensitive subject which shall be overviewed and further developed within the NATO doctrine. Since “Captured Persons” (CPERS) remain a national (Detaining Power) responsibility, thus handling them under multinational umbrella within NATO-led exercise and operations might be problematic and challenging. However, the role of the respective sensitive matters’ treatment is ideally suitable for a single nation that undertakes the entire commitment, but planning on the organisation itself, particular responsibilities’ assignment and a coordinating hub’s establishment are to be addressed preferably on a shared and multinational basis. Consequently, important planning aspects, which have to be considered, are as follows: a national policy being imposed with respect to certain facets of CPERS handling (e.g., release authorities and protocols, and the maximum time permitted to hold CPERS), legal aspects and information- sharing. 

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NATO MP COE introduces comprehensive approach towards MP Senior Officer Courses

On 20 - 24 June 2016, the NATO Military Police Centre of Excellence (MP COE) launches new, pilot NATO Military Police Senior Officer Course (MP SrOC). The event is not only a capstone but also a comprehensive summary of all already existing courses prepared and conducted by the Centre. The prime aim to be achieved is to support the preparation of Military Police senior officers to working in a complex international environment, focusing on the NATO MP perspective. This unique and exclusive course has several strong advantages, i.e.: engagement of experienced Subject Matter Experts representing 9 various nations, involvement of the Warsaw University and the Romanian National Academy, as well as Provost Marshal Office of Allied Command Operations.

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