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LAW AND ORDER OPERATIONS
     

LAW AND ORDER OPERATIONS

by U.S. Department of the Army
 
Army Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (ATTP) 3-39.10 is aligned with Field Manual (FM) 3-39 and the
Military Police Corps Regiment’s keystone operational doctrine. It provides guidance for commanders and
staffs on military police law and order (L&O) operations. L&O operations support all elements of full spectrum
operations (offensive,

Overview

Army Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (ATTP) 3-39.10 is aligned with Field Manual (FM) 3-39 and the
Military Police Corps Regiment’s keystone operational doctrine. It provides guidance for commanders and
staffs on military police law and order (L&O) operations. L&O operations support all elements of full spectrum
operations (offensive, defensive, and stability or civil support operations). This manual emphasizes policing
capabilities necessary to establish order and subsequent law enforcement (LE) operations that enable successful
establishment, maintenance, or restoration of the ruleof law. While this manual focuses on the L&O function
and its associated tasks and principles, it also emphasizes the foundational role that L&O operations and
policing, in general, play in the military police approach to missions and support to commanders. The L&O
function is the lead function of military police, shaping the approach of military police and providing the
foundation on which the other military police functions are conducted.
ATTP 3-39.10 is written for Army military police personnel conducting L&O operations while assigned to
military police brigades, battalions, companies, detachments, U.S. Army Criminal Investigations Command
(USACIDC) elements, military police platoons organic to brigade combat teams (BCTs), and provost marshal
(PM) staffs. It applies to military police commanders, staff, functional cells, and multifunctional commanders
and staff elements at all echelons tasked with planning and directing policing and LE operations. This manual
describes military police L&O operations executed across the full spectrum of Army operations and operational
environments (OEs), with specific emphasis on police station operations and associated LE patrol activities.
The manual is focused on establishing the framework of L&O as the foundational function of military police
and describing L&O support to full spectrum operations. Additionally, this manual—
• Refines, clarifies, and establishes key L&O definitions.
• Incorporates the latest task analysis and synchronizes L&O doctrine and task alignment to the
Army Universal Task List.
• Acknowledges the ability of military police and USACIDC elements to provide policing and LE
capabilities in support of commanders during full spectrum operations and validates the
application of L&O across the spectrum of conflict.
• Applies lessons learned through the conduct of recent operational experiences.
• Includes applicable traffic operations doctrine(formerly incorporatedin to FM 19-25).
• Describes the integration of modular L&O capabilities to support Army operations.
• Incorporates the latest revisions to FM 3-0 and other emerging doctrine, including FM 3-07,
FM 3-07.1, FM 3-28, FM 3-37, and FM 5-0.
This manual is organized into seven chapters with eight appendixes to provide additional details on selected
operational topics. The first two chapters describe L&O aspects of the OE and the planning and integration of
L&O operations in support of full spectrum operations. The remaining chapters discuss LE operations, police
engagement, and host nation (HN) police training and support. A brief description of each chapter and appendix
is provided below:
• Chapter 1 describes the OE, with particular focus on the nature and scope of modern conflict and
the relevance of L&O operations within the OE. It provides key definitions and the doctrinal
framework for L&O operations that provide understanding and focus for policing and LE
activities. The discussion is not a repeat of information in previous manuals but, is focused
specifically on those aspects of the OE that generate requirements for L&O operations.
• Chapter 2 provides considerations for planning and conducting L&O operations. The chapter
includes a discussion of the policing principles, the various policing models and strategies, and the
relationship between LE and due process.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940148237617
Publisher:
ReadCycle
Publication date:
01/06/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
2 MB

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