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The NATO Military Police Senior Non-commissioned Officer Course (MPSrNCOC)

NATO Military Police Centre of Excellence (NATO MP COE) successfully conducted the fith edition of the NATO Military Police Senior Non-commissioned Officer Course (MPSrNCOC)
On 16-20 October 2017, the NATO MP COE held the fifth edition of the MPSrNCOC. This time with reference 2017-2 (MPSrNCOC17-2). During the event, representatives of 11 NATO nations, and 1 NATO partner country (in total 21 students) had an opportunity not only to gain theoretical knowledge, but also to practise their newly acquired skills during intensive syndicate works.

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The 4th Annual Military Police Lessons Learned Conference, 11-14 December 2017

The Annual Military Police Lessons Learned Conference (AMPLLC) on “MP/Gendarmeries’ contributions to Police Operations connected with terrorism threats” organized by the NATO MP COE is planned to take place on the Centre’s premises in Bydgoszcz, Poland on 11-14 December 2017.
The Conference aims to gather audience that have been partaking in military/police operations (both national and multinational), as well as in multinational exercises, hence it could deliver added value with regard to enhancing MP/Gendarmeries’ capabilities.

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2nd NATO Military Policing Annual Discipline Conference

The Military Policing Annual Discipline Conference 2017 (ADC17)  took place at the NATO MP COE facilities on 07–08 November. Since the NATO MP COE’s appointment to the Department Head (DH) role for the Military Policing Discipline in 2015, the Conference has become one of the key elements of the Centre’s activity.

The aim of the 2nd Military Policing ADC17, under the guidance of Headquarters Supreme Allied Commander Transformation / Joint Force Trainer (HQ SACT JFT), was to review and update the NATO Education and Training (E&T) requirements and to validate or revise E&T solutions.

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Contribution to the Ukrainian MLOS

Upon the decision of Military Police Subcommittee established to reform the Ukrainian Military Law and Order Service (MLOS) the NATO Military Police Centre of Excellence (MP COE) was requested to support the Transition Course 1/2017. It is worth mentioning that the Director of the Centre is a permanent member of the subcommittee.
Following the establishment of 25th Military Police Training Center in Lviv, Ukraine in September 2017, the Ukrainian Center hosted the first iteration of Transition Course, developed in close cooperation with the Canadian Military Police.

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