5800 police and corrections

The Marine Corps has an Occupational Field 5800, which includes several individual MOS specialties. The Marine Corps military police are a law enforcement branch that protect military bases. They patrol by foot or vehicle, monitor base entrances, and respond to emergency calls.

Their duties include: Enforcing the law Preventing and suppressing crime Assessing command physical security posture Preserving military control Quelling disturbances Investigating offenses Apprehending offenders Protecting property and personnel Providing flightline security Controlling pedestrian and vehicular traffic

To become a Marine Corps military police officer, you must meet the following requirements: Be a U.S. citizen Be eligible for a Secret security clearance Have a GT score of 100 or higher on the ASVAB Have normal color vision Have vision correctable to 20/20 Have a valid driver’s license from any state Be at least 64 inches tall

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