1 MP Bn have commenced the Warrant Officer Class 1 Ken Bullman OAM lecture series (KBLS). The lecture series is named after the Military Police’s most senior soldier and is designed to emphasise the importance of Professional Education within MP Units and Corps.
The aim of the lecture series is to broaden the education of senior MP soldiers and officers through exposure to law enforcement activities outside of the Australian Army. This is important as MPs are the primary provider of land based MP effects in support of offshore ADF operations. Further, noting the adaptive nature of the operating environment, particularly where it relates to law enforcement and criminality in the battlespace, the lecture series is designed to increase intellectual capability to ensure that we are able to provide strategic, operational and tactical level capabilities in the future operating environment.
January 2021 **NEW**
Lecture series namesake, WO1 Ken Bullman OAM himself shares his thoughts on three key topics on Leadership and Performance that he wants to impart particularly to Sergeants and Platoon Commanders.
- History of the Battalion
- Know your Teams
- Know your reference point.
Mr Daren Jay, CEO Interview Management Services, retired RACMP Warrant Officer after 22 years of service which saw operational deployments to Germany, Northern Ireland, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. Mr Jay presents information on the 'RMP 6 murders' at Al Majar al Kabir on 24 June 2003, and is seeking to provoke the audience to self reflect on the incident with regards to your own training, experience and leadership qualities and style.
MAJGEN Cheryl Pearce, Force Commander, UN Forces in Cyprus (UNFICYP) discusses 'Law Enforcement Actions in UN operations'.
Webinar presentation in two parts by Dr John P Sullivan from the University of Southern California, Small Wars Journal into the 'Militarised criminality in the Americas'.