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In this lesson you will learn to provide protective services.
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE:
Provide protective services.
You have this subcourse, paper and pencil.
The material contained in this lesson was derived from the following publications:
AR 1-4, AR 190-10, CIDR 195-10, CIDR 195-1, FM 19-10, FM 19-30, AR 195-4,
AR 10-23, AR 190-14, AR 190-58, and CIDP 195-1.
Increased incidents of terrorism, hostage taking, and kidnapping have made the mission of protection
and providing security for principals extremely difficult. Preparation for these missions begins in
advance of the principal's arrival and requires a long and detailed process. Military police (MP) will be
heavily involved in preparing for a principal's visit to their installation.
The "principal" is the subject of protective services missions. He is also referred to as "very
important person (VIP)" and "designated person." For the purpose of convenience, the term
"principal" will be used throughout the lesson.
PART A - PROTECTIVE SERVICES MISSION AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF ASSIGNED
The mission of the protective services is threefold: