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Ft Bragg_2019 G-L: Golf Courses - Lodging/Billeting MILITARY POLICE


Location: Law Enforcement Center, Bldg. 2-5634 (near intersection of Butner/Armistead)
Phone 396-0391/0392/0393
Fax 396-4414

Services Provided: The Military Police (MPs) provide law enforcement support to XVIII Airborne Corps and Fort Bragg.


Cumberland County Sheriff 323-1500
Fayetteville Police Department 433-1529


Phone 396-7589

IF NO ANSWER CALL THE MP DESK at 396-0391/0392

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday 0900-1700
Monday-Tuesday & Thursday-Friday 1130-1300

Services Provided: MPI Section conducts investigations of offenses which are outlined in Chapter 3, AR 190-30, and all offenses directed by the provost marshal or NCOIC of the MPI section (i.e. assaults, domestics, larceny of private property; larceny of government property, including shoplifting; worthless checks; child abuse/neglect. The MPI section also does fingerprints for secret clearances. An MPI investigator is assigned to schools as SRO, and MPI handles matters concerning juvenile offenders. Conduct protective service missions and undercover investigations when necessary.


OIC 396-5081
NCOIC 432-2838
Investigations 396-3820

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday 0900-1700

Services Provided: Investigators reconstruct traffic collisions involving major injuries, fatalities or extensive property damage they also investigate accidents involving minor injuries or damage to government property. With the advanced training they can determine the causes of accidents, including operator error, environmental conditions, and equipment failures. The team provides military police reports, accident information, and testimony to magistrate courts, commanders, insurance agencies, and other LE agencies when required. Other duties and responsibilities include conducting traffic control and safety operations, conducting speed enforcement, conducting drunk driver suppression operations, identifying and processing abandoned vehicles, preparing traffic studies and conducting special traffic enforcement (special events, emergency operations).


Phone 432-8193

Service Provided: Privately owned firearms stored on the installation (whether in on-post quarters or in arms rooms) must be registered. Registration must be completed within 5 working days of reporting to Fort Bragg or within 5 working days of acquiring the weapon.

Registration of the weapon does not replace or relieve individuals of their responsibility to comply with applicable federal, state, and local laws regarding possession, purchase, sale, transfer, and transport of weapons.


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