Provide subject matter expertise and training in law enforcement, physical security and antiterrorism tactics, techniques and procedures to Department of Defense personnel in resident and mobile training team environments.

The Force Protection Training Division, under the direction of the United States Army Military Police School, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri conducts the Antiterrorism/Force Protection training outlined below.  Five training courses provide a comprehensive Force Protection capability for DoD personnel.
DoD agencies who desire training in these courses should meet prerequisites and coordinate directly with their supporting Army Training Requirement and Resource System (ATRRS) coordinator for quotas.
Meal Subsistence:

All soldiers attending training under school code 191 will be directed to subsist at installation dining facilities weekdays at no cost to the soldiers, with full meal per diem on weekends and Federal holidays.  An authorization memorandum from the CDR, B Company, 701st MP BN will be issued during in-processing to all Active Army, Army Reserve and Army National Guard students in a TDY/ADT status except IRR Rapid Train-up soldiers.  Meal cards must be returned to the issuer during out-processing prior to departing Fort Leonard Wood.

Certificate of non-availability numbers will not be issued to Army MTSS students since lodging and meals are centrally funded.


Antiterrorism Officer Basic Course

Antiterrorism Officer Advanced Course

Conventional Physical Security/Crime Prevention Course

United States Army Civilian Police Academy

Patrol Explosive Detector Dog-Enhanced Course (PEDD-E)