It was a well-received event as the Panel was attended by 68 participants representing 24 NATO - and Partnership for Peace (PfP) countries and PfP). During the plenary meetings the audience was informed about Military Police activities, future MP engagements and with new challenges to the NATO MP Community of Interest (COI). Updates were delivered by the NATO MP COE Director COL Mirosław ŁABĘCKI, as well as others participants. The NATO MP COE constitute hub of expertise dedicated to the NATO and PfP Military PoliceCoI, therefore our offer in the pillars of education and training, doctrine and standardization as well as lessons learned (LL) presented for the current year gained a wide interest among the participants. Furthermore Military Police- and Stability Policing experts from Allied Command Transformation (ACT) as well the USAREUR Provost Marshal’s and Framework Nation Military Police Cluster representatives updates constituted a source of information regarding the upcoming deliverables beneficial for the NATO MP environment. Nevertheless the main objective was to continue the work in the MPP writing teams in order to improve and develop Military Police - related doctrines. After four hard working days in BYDGOSZCZ, POLAND, a busy but fruitful MPP closed successfully. Thanks to all participants, briefers, experts and enablers. Well done – see you on the next Military Police Panel!