New Mexico Administrative Code
Title 10 - PUBLIC SAFETY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT
Chapter 29 - LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY
Part 6 - CERTIFICATION BY WAIVER
Section 10.29.6.11 - REQUIREMENTS FOR ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY POLICE APPLICANTS

Universal Citation: 10 NM Admin Code 10.29.6.11

Current through Register Vol. 33, No. 18, September 27, 2022

A. Qualifying military police must have successfully completed a basic military police course and completed a four-year enlistment as a military police officer in the U.S. army, U.S. marine corps, U.S. air force, or U.S. navy. Persons serving in the U.S. coast guard and department of defense police do not meet occupational requirements.

B. Individuals meeting the aforementioned qualifications must have successfully completed basic military training from one of the following military police courses for the military branch they served:

(1) U.S. army after 9/1/2003;

(2) U.S. marine corps after 9/1/2003;

(3) U.S. air force after 9/1/2005; or

(4) U.S. navy after 9/1/2005.

C. Military occupational specialties or air force career classifications considered are:

(1) U.S. army 95B, or 31B;

(2) U.S. marine corps 5811;

(3) U.S. air force 3PO51, or 3PO91; or

(4) U.S. navy master at arms, or navy enlisted classification (NEC) 9545 (completed NAVEDTRA 14137).

D. Individuals serving in the armed forces who have completed a basic military police course prior to the above dates, but had continuous military service in an approved military occupation specialty or air force career (MOS/AFC) since completion of the military basic course, along with continuing educational courses may be considered. Applicants meeting this criterion will be required to complete part I and part 2 packets as listed in Section 29-7-6 NMSA 1978, qualifications for certification, listing all schools and training to the New Mexico law enforcement academy (NMLEA) director for consideration.

E. All of the aforementioned military police applicants must attend the 80 hour certification by waiver training course and successfully pass the LEOCE with a score of seventy percent or better.

F. Applicants currently on active duty status must also submit a notarized letter from their current command attesting to their current status, records of any disciplinary actions, and a statement attesting the applicant is eligible for a general/honorable discharge.

G. members who have only served in the national guard or reserves are not eligible for the certification by waiver program.

10.29.6.11 NMAC - N/E, 8-1-12, Adopted by New Mexico Register, Volume XXVII, Issue 21, November 15, 2016, eff. 11/15/2016

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