Department of Defense Police

Department of Defense Police, not to be confused with Pentagon Police, are the uniformed civilian security police officers of the United States Department of Defense various branches of the United States Armed Forces (such as the Department of the Navy). They are also referred to as DoD Police. The DoD Police are responsible for law enforcement and security services on DoD owned and leased buildings, facilities, properties and other DoD assets. It is important to note that "Department of Defense Police" is a catch-all phrase that refers to any civilian engaged in police duties for the Department of Defense and its component branches of the US Armed Forces.

Read more about Department Of Defense Police:  Pentagon Police, Memorandums of Understanding, Civil Service Series 0083, Duties, Requirements, Training, Equipment

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