IDENTIFICATION, DETENTION AND BODY SEARCH TECHNIQUES OF THE MILITARY POLICE OFFICERS IN OPERATIONS OTHER THEN WAR
 
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VASIL LEVSKI NATIONAL MILITARY UNIVERSITY, VELIKO TARNOVO
Publication date: 2019-01-25
 
Przegląd Nauk o Obronności 2018;(5):151–160
 
ABSTRACT
The Military police enable commanders by providing a unique set of abilities that sustaining the joint functions and the military functions of the army through the military police disciplines of the police operations, detention operations and the security and mobility support. The purpose of the report is to describe the support and actions of the military police provided to the army related to the identification, body search and detention in the protection of civil society in operations other than war.
 
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