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Moldavian Delegation explores new premises of the NATO MP COE

Moldavian Carabinieri and Military Police delegation, accompanied by the Polish Military Gandarmerie (MG) representatives, arrived at the NATO Military Police Centre of Excellence (NATO MP COE) to discuss future cooperation possibilities. They met with COL Grzegorz WASIELEWSKI, supported by staff members, on 19 May 2016. As this was the first visit in the new building of the NATO MP COE, the guests used the opportunity to explore the Centre’s modern premises and discover fully equipped educational and training facilities. This gave them a better picture of the organisation capabilities and its key role in the NATO MP training process.

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New e-Learning course about LL process available on JADL

The NATO Military Police Centre of Excellence (NATO MP COE) Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) team launched a new e–Learning course Introduction to the NATO Lessons Learned Process for the Military Police Staff.  The purpose of this course is to provide students with an introductory level Lessons Learned (LL) information and to support improvement of the existing Military Police capabilities. It is available on the NATO e-Learning Programme Learning Management System JADL under the following link http://jadl.act.nato.int/  

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NATO representatives discuss Detention Operations issues

The NATO Military Police Centre of Excellence (NATO MP COE) welcomed participants of the third Annual Tactical Lessons Learned Forum (ATLLF) on Best Practices (BP) for Detention Operations, which took place on 9 – 13 May 2016. “This Forum is a team effort of experienced NATO representatives who enhance the MP capability to adapt to an ever-changing and emerging security challenges“ underlined COL Grzegorz WASIELEWSKI, Director of the Centre. The NATO MP COE gathered audience representing 10 various nations, as well as international organisations that have been dealing with detention operations. They shared their expertise and consequently, delivered added value within that particular MP activity.

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2nd COE FINCON Conference, 3-5 May 2016, Bled, Slovenia

On 3-5 May 2016, three NATO Military Police Centre of Excellence (NATO MP COE) representatives – LTC Leszek GRABOWSKI (FINCON), 2LT Marcin RYBICKI (PFO) and Mr Michał PARDO (LEGAD) - participated in the 2nd Centres of Excellence Financial Controllers Conference, which was organized by HQ SACT and NATO Mountain Warfare COE in Bled, Slovenia.

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