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LBPARY FM 19-10
MILITARY POLICE IN TOWNS AND CITIES
CHANGES WAR DEPARTMENT
No. 1 f WASHINGTON 25, D. C., 8 April 1947
FM 19-10, 2 January 1945, is changed as follows:
3. DUTIES OF PROVOST MARSHAL. a. As the staff
* * * to the situation:
* * * * *
(10) Acts to quell disturbances involving person-
nel of the Armed Forces and, when so ordered by
competent authority, disorders and riots among the
civil population. (See AR 500-50 and FM 19-15.)
* * * * *
8. COURTESIES. Military Police will be scrupulous
in their observance of all military and civilian cour-
tesies. (See FM 19-5 and FM 22-5.)
* * * * *
d. With municipal, county, and State civil authori-
ties. Friendly relations between * * * their
separate missions. Army commanders have been
designated by the War Department to enter into
agreements with civil law enforcement authorities of
the States included in their respective army areas
with respect to requests by such civil authorities for
surrender of military personnel and requests by the
AGO 2180D--Apr. 716128--47
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