The Centre, as the DH, supports the HQ SACT’s responsibility for translating NATO E&T requirements into solutions for individual and collective training. In other words, the Military Policing DH coordinates existing courses or supports creation of the new ones in order to meet NATO requirements. At the same time, the NATO MP COE is looking for collective training and exercise opportunities in order to ensure that MP personnel, working for NATO, could exercise their skills and functions.
Moreover, the NATO MP COE is accountable for conducting the Annual Discipline Conference (ADC), i.e. a multinational forum of different E&T facilities providing training for MP within NATO. The aim of the ADC is to sustain the NATO E&T, and to review the adequacy of individual and collective programmes used to fulfil the NATO E&T requirements.
The aim of the Military Policing Annual Discipline Conference 2018 (ADC 2018) it to annually review and update the NATO education and individual training (E&IT) requirements in the Military Policing discipline and to validate or revise education and training (E&T) solutions.
The ADC 2018 is open for:
- Institutions providing education, training, exercises and evaluation for NATO military police/gendarmerie;
- Representatives of (inter)national institutions which offer military police-related and police-related courses and exercises;
- Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) from MP and gendarmerie community of interest (COI) and representatives from national MP training providers;
- Representatives of Military Policing discipline Requirement Authority (RA) and Headquarters Supreme Allied Commander Transformation Joint Force Training (HQ SACT JFT);
- Representatives of national and (inter)national organisations interested in contribution to training solutions for the NATO MP COI;
- Representatives of other NATO disciplines, who see the need to cooperate with Military Police.