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His military police work has exposed him to all manner of situations at home and abroad, in countries such as the United States, Kenya, Uganda and Egypt.
House Speaker Tim Moore is talking about the law that allows sheriffs’ offices and police departments to set up volunteer school safety resource programs using people with experience in law enforcement or as military police.
The canteen saw approximately 400 volunteers each month and was managed by the female volunteers from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. then the military police came in for the night to handle any problems that occurred overnight.
Cambre, who served as a military police officer during the Iraq War, declined this week to be interviewed by NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune.
Married with no children, Beltrame had served in the French military police and received a number of awards for bravery.
Eight people were killed Saturday in a separate military police operation in Rocinha and rumors swirled that the victims had been executed as part of a revenge mission following the fatal shooting of a police officer Wednesday.
Lane proudly served in the United States Army as a military police officer during the Viet Nam War era.
The 41st battalion of the military police is known as the battalion of death.
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MILITARY POLICE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of military police for English Language Learners
: an organized part of a military force (such as an army) that acts as the police for that force
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