Cub Scouts spend the day as Military Police officers

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U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Brandon Beene demonstrates the fingerprinting process with Cub Scout Den 1 of Pack 44 from Panzer Kaserne who spent the day at the Provost Marshal Office on Patch Barracks, Feb. 17, 2016.

Story and photos courtesy of 2nd Lt. Megan C. Black
554th Military Police Company

The Cub Scout Den 1 of Pack 44 from Panzer Kaserne spent the day at the Provost Marshal Office on Patch Barracks, Feb. 17 to meet with and shadow Military Police officers. Scouts were able see what it’s like to work in an MP’s shoes, learning how to fingerprint, handcuff, and even experience the view sitting inside of a military police car.

Pack 44 Scouts participate in a variety of activities ranging from building and racing derby cars, to hiking and camping; as well as contributing to community service projects and participating in sports and fitness activities. 
The experience with the Military Police gave the young scouts the opportunity to gain an understanding of police officers and their daily operations.
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The Cub Scout Den 1 of Pack 44 from Panzer Kaserne shadowed Military Police Officers at the Provost Marshal Office on Patch Barracks, Feb. 17, 2016.

For more information or to get involved, contact Pack 44 at pack.44.cubmaster@gmail.com.

For a full list of Scout organizations, view the information in the Find-It Guide at: http://finditguide.com/military.php?cat_id=461