Nigerian Military Police are enlisted military personnel who are employed as law enforcement professionals in the various military branches.
They work in the protective services division, with the main purpose being to enforce military laws and regulations and to respond to emergency situations. They work on military bases and at military training centers. Their work includes controlling traffic and preventing crime.
Nigerian Military Police protect the lives of military personnel and the property of the various military branches.
Their work is similar to that of civilian police officers but the difference is that they work on military bases as well as in environments specific to the military branch. Whether on land, sea, or airborne, they are responsible for enforcing military laws and regulations.
Military police in Nigeria have job duties that include law enforcement patrols, controlling traffic, crime scene security and processing, and arresting and charging criminal suspects. They monitor activities at gates and entry-ways to military bases in Nigeria.
They may conduct security patrols by car or boat. Depending on their specialty and level of experience, they may investigate crimes and interview witnesses, victims, and suspects.
In the Navy, police work in the Law Enforcement and Security division. In addition to providing security and protection for service members, they conduct waterborne security patrols and may also be tasked with operating brigs, among other duties.
Military police control crowds and sometimes work with local police forces to provide area security. They also guard inmates in military correctional facilities.
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