Military Police Officer Resume Examples

military police officer

  • Interest in law enforcement
  • Ability to make quick decisions
  • Remain calm under heavy duress
  • Ability to interact well with people 

military police officer

  • Discipline, loyalty, honor, duty, respect, personal courage – these are the warrior ethos. This is what we live by as a service member and a veteran. 
  • I was responsible for a team of 5 personnel including myself , I had to make sure that I had accountability for my team members at all times. 
  • I was held accountable for over $100,000.00 worth of equipment,  supplies, ammunition, and vehicles.
  • I was held liable for doing inspections of the equipment, my team, and our vehicle. 
  • I have worked for the North Carolina provost marshall druing my time of service. 
  • I have severed during national disasters, riots, floods, ice/snow storms. 
  • I have been to warrior leader school and advanced leadership course. 

military police officer

  • Developed and led training programs in preparation for combat.
  • Reviewed disciplinary and other adverse actions and made recommendations. 
  • Supervised teams in support of security and installation law and order operations. 
  • I progressed well through the ranks of the service and finished my career on a positive note with the rank of sergeant 

military police officer (31b)

  • Basic/Advanced warrior skills
  • Team leader (Sergeant)
  • Close protection of dignitaries
  • Investigating and collecting material evidence
  • Traffic and crowd control
  • Arrest and restraint of suspects 
  • Law enforcement patrols

military police officer

  •  Basic Warrior Skills 
  •  Firearms Handling & Safety 
  • Law Enforcement Patrols
  • Lawful Search & Seizure 
  • Military Law & Jurisdiction 
  • Criminal & Accident Investigations
  • Evidence Collections 

military police officer

  • Recieved training to perform guard duty and perform security for individuals, installations, facilities and equipment.
  • Obtained proficiency in accessing control to sensitive areas, preparing forms, and reporting on activities and operations.
  • Educated to provide assistance in protecting the lives and property on Army installations by enforcing military laws and regulations.
  • Educated on controlling traffic, preventing crime and responding to all emergencies. 
  • Knowledge on recording facts to prepare reports that documented incidents and activities. 
  • Obtained skill with monitoring, noting, reporting, and investigating suspicious persons and situations, safety hazards, and unusual or illegal activity in patrolled areas.
  • Received training on rendering aid to accident victims and other persons requiring first aid for physical injuries. 

military police officer

  • Guarded vehicle entry points aboard the installation, enforcing base policies for access to Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton.
  • Supervised and mentored 7 junior Marines in the role of squad leader. 
  • Enforced California California Vehicle Codes, state laws, and federal laws.
  • Patrolled entry control points, ensuring that there were no deficiencies in barriers or points in the immediate perimeter of my post.

military police officer

  • Effectively communicated with other soldiers and commanding officers during high-stress situations.
  • Inspected equipment before each combat exercise, ensuring the safety of soldiers utilizing it.
  • Upheld and enforced policies and standards to ensure safety  in the armory
  • Interview witnesses, victims and suspects in investigations

military police officer

  • Train to fight and protect our state/country
  • Help our state if severe situations break out
  • human interaction
  • Crime scene security and processing

military police officer

  • Enforced military laws and regulations on military installations including but not limited to: controlling traffic, prevention of crime, conducting security patrols and responding to emergencies. 
  • Delegated assignments to subordinates during Combat Operations Training. Provided support, instruction and training to lower level Soldiers at service schools and combat training classes. 
  • Assisted in the establishment and maintenance of visitor access control processes and procedures. 
  • Regularly provided status reports and other required documentation to upper level management. 
  • Supervised, managed and influenced both personal and professional development of subordinates.