cidbadge.jpgCourse Description:
TThe CID Special Agent Warrant Officer Advanced course (Phase 1) encompasses leadership, resource management, deliberate risk management, career progression, investigative support functions, intelligence operations, battle analyses, military briefings, and command of CID units in a force projection Army.

The CID Special Agent Warrant Officer Advanced course (Phase 2) encompasses leadership, resource management, problem solving through critical thinking, management of investigations, investigative support functions, knowledge management, a staff ride, and command of CID units in a force projection Army.
 

Prerequisites:
Phase 1:  Active Army or Reserve component Warrant Officers must have attained the grade of CW2(P) or above.

Phase 2: Students must have a reservation, or be attending, or be graduated from the CID Special Agent Warrant Officer Advanced course (Phase 1).

Phases 1 and 2 are resident phases taught at the Military Police School, Fort Leonard Wood, MO.  All Active Component Soldiers must enroll in Phases 1 and 2 at the same time.  Only Reserve Component Soldiers may enroll in one resident phase at a time.  This course will be conducted subsequent to the completion of the correspondence course sent to the students from the Warrant Officer Career Center, Fort Rucker, AL.

Topics
  • Staff Officer Communication Skills
  • Elements of Writing
  • Contemporary Legal Issues
  • CID Police Intelligence Operations
  • Warrant Officer Career Model
  • Manage Critical Incident Peer Support
  • NCO Development
  • Historical Battle Analysis
  • Manage Major Criminal Investigations
  • Employ Organizational Management
  • Command Philosophy
     
Special Information: 

 CAC Cards: U.S. Military personnel must possess a CAC card with valid security certificates and functional PIN number.  You will use your CAC card to access DOD computer systems during training.

WeWebster University Consortium: Webster University currently offers nine credits towards the Management and Leadership Master�s Degree to graduates of the CID WOAC when they enroll in one course during the 5 week WOAC. For more information, go to: http://www.webster.edu/military/policeschool.html

Class Schedules:  


Phase 1


 

Class

Report Date

Start Date

End Date

001

09 Oct 2017

10 Oct 2017

27 Oct 2017

002

07 Jan 2018

09 Jan 2018

26 Jan 2018

003

29 May 2018

30 May 2018

15 Jun 2018

 

 

   

Phase 2

Class

Report Date

Start Date

End Date

001

28 Oct 2017

30 Oct 2017

10 Nov 2017

002

28 Jan 2018

29 Jan 2018

09 Feb 2018

003

17 Jun 2018

18 Jun 2018

29 Jun 2018

       

 

Packing Lists/Dress Code:
  •   Memorandum from your Unit S2 (or organizational equivalent) verifying the student possesses a minimum of a Secret security clearance.
  •   Current (within 12 months) DoD Cyber Awareness Training Certificate.
  •   Sets of Service Uniform (Universal, Operational, or Multi Camouflage Pattern) for daily training.
  •   Army Service Uniform (females may wear the pants or skirt)
  •   Army Physical Fitness Uniform
  •   Unit issued Government Travel Card
  •   Casual business attire (e.g., Dockers and collared shirt) for evening social event and Staff Ride
     
POC:
While attending CID SA WOAC students are assigned to B Company, 701st Military Police Battalion, Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473.  For information concerning travel or issues not covered on this page, you may contact the course manager at usarmy.leonardwood.mp-schl.mbx.dotmpid@mail.mil or at commercial telephone number (573) 563-3016.
Transportation Issues:
If your Privately Authorized Vehicle (POV) is authorized on your orders, ensure your orders state "IN AND AROUND MILEAGE IS AUTHORIZED".  If you desire a rental vehicle, you must arrange approval for such through your current command.  If you are authorized a rental vehicle ensure your orders state "RENTAL CAR IS AUTHORIZED".  Shuttle busses and taxis are available however, not before PT commences each morning.  In the event a student is billeted off post, it is recommended the students command authorize a rental vehicle.

Billeting and Per Diem Issues:
If attending on Fort Leonard Wood: Billeting and Per Diem will be determined on the location of the course.  If attending at Fort Leonard Wood: Billeting can be scarce on Fort Leonard Wood. Billeting will accommodate as many students as possible before giving statements of non-availability. Ft. Leonard Wood billeting (Building 470) can be reached Commercial: (573) 596-0999 or DSN: 581-0999.  Coordinate Per Diem issues with your unit prior to course attendance.

Where to Report:
Upon arrival to Fort Leonard Wood students will check in with Billeting (Bldg #2020, Candlewood Suites) located at the intersection of MP Drive and Nebraska Avenue and receive their room assignments. You will obtain a welcome letter containing specific reporting instructions pertaining to the specific course you are attending.