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The Marine Corps Law Enforcement Program (MCLEP)

The Marine Corps Law Enforcement Program (MCLEP) is comprised of Federal Police Officers and Support Personnel proving the highest quality Police and Security services to Marine Corps Installations. MCLEP was initiated in 2005 at our Albany, GA; Barstow, CA; and Jacksonville, FL locations. In 2007, MCLEP was fully implemented across the Marine Corps increasing police services and security aboard installations.

Today, over 1500 men and women serve in MCLEP. From the Islands of Hawaii to the sunshine state of Florida; in the mountains, high desert, and coastal areas of California to the metropolis of Northern Virginia; from sunny Arizona to the friendliest people anywhere in Albany, Georgia, with the Big Easy of Louisiana in between, MCLEP personnel serving their country, their community, and the Marine Corps as proud federal civilian employees.

We welcome you to continue reading and use the navigation buttons listed on the right of this page to obtain the information you are seeking.

The Marine Corps Police ACADEMY is now AT Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.

The academy has continuously provided great training through the Basic Police Officer Course,  multiple advanced courses, and mobile training teams. Our new facilities complement our training curriculum with updated classrooms, training environments, and support. Our new location has not only allowed us to improve training, but we can now offer more types of training during your initial academy or follow-on courses throughout your career. Please see the Marine Corps Police Academy link for further academy information.


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