R 061837 NOV 19
MSGID/GENADMIN/CMC WASHINGTON DC PPO PS//
SUBJ/SOLICITATION OF QUALIFIED MILITARY POLICE FOR ASSIGNMENT TO PROTECTIVE SERVICE DETAILS//
REF/A/MCO/SECNAVINST 5430.107A/CH2/-/YMD: 20151230//
NARR/ REF A IS MISSION AND FUNCTIONS OF THE NAVAL CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE SERVICE.//
POC/I. E. PEREZ/GYSGT/PSL-CID, PS, PP&O/-/TEL: COMM: 571-305-9753/EMAIL: ISAAC.PEREZ@NCIS.NAVY.MIL//
GENTEXT/Remarks/1. This MARADMIN is to solicit qualified Military Police for assignment as Protective Service Specialist within the Protective Operations Field Office (POFO), Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS).
2. Marines who maintain the primary military occupational specialty 5811 are eligible for submission provided they meet the prerequisites in paragraph 5 below. Marines assigned as Protective Service Specialists (PSS) are detailed to the protection teams of the Commandant of the Marine Corps; Secretary of the Navy; Chief of Naval Operations; Commander, United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM); Commander, United States Central Command (USCENTCOM); and Commander, United States Indo-Pacific Command (USINDOPACOM).
3. IAW Ref A, POFO is responsible for the protection of those person(s) designated in paragraph 2, and the teams consist of a NCIS Special Agents, Master-at-Arms, and Military Police.
4. Marines assigned to POFO must be able to operate both, independently and as part of an organized team made up of law enforcement professionals with different backgrounds and experiences. PSS are required to have strong interpersonal skills that enable them to interact with a wide variety of people.
5. The following prerequisites and requirements for assignment as a PSS apply:
5.a. Military Police, PMOS 5811.
5.b. Active duty Corporal through Staff Sergeant.
5.c. Eligible for reenlistment.
5.d. PME complete in grade prior to assignment as PSS.
5.e. Eligible for a Top Secret Clearance with Sensitive Compartmented Information eligibility.
5.f. Complete a Protective Service Detail (PSD) screening package to be provided by POC.
5.g. Cleared by NCIS through a background investigation.
5.h. Successfully complete the protective service training at the U.S. Army Military Police School, Ft. Leonard Wood, MO prior to assignment to a PSD. This training does not have to be completed prior to completing the PSD Program screening package, but must be completed prior to assignment to a team.
5.i. Must have no convictions by special or general courts-martial and no felony or misdemeanor convictions involving domestic violence.
5.j. Must have no history of mental, nervous, or emotional disorders. If previous treatment has been received the health care practitioner will be contacted to determine if the Marine under consideration has a condition that could impair judgement, reliability, or the ability to perform the duties of a Protective Service Specialist.
6. Those Marines who meet the prerequisites shall consult with their chain of command prior to contacting the POC in order to obtain the PSD Program screening package that will include all required documents for consideration. The screening package must have favorable command endorsements to be considered. Upon completion of the screening package, the package will be reviewed and submitted to NCIS Code 10 for completion of a background investigation. If the Marine is cleared by NCIS coordination will be made with the 58XX Monitor, Manpower Management Enlisted Assignments who will have final approval/disapproval for assignment.
7. This MARADMIN is applicable to all commands with 58XX Marines assigned.
8. Release authorized by Mr. Randy Smith, Assistant Deputy Commandant for Plans, Policies and Operations.//