The 3rd Military Police Group (CID), headquartered at Hunter Army Airfield, Georgia supports commanders by conducting criminal investigations of serious, sensitive or special interest matters; preventing crime; protecting the force and Army resources in peacetime, combat and contingency operations throughout the group's area of operations.
The 3rd MP Group (CID) is responsible for all felony criminal investigation matters with a U.S. Army interest throughout an area of operation encompassing the eastern half of the United States, the Caribbean, Central America (less Mexico), South America, Africa, and Europe.
Among key supported Army field elements within the 3rd MP Group's CID) area of responsibility are U.S Army Europe, U.S. Army Africa, XVIII Airborne Corps and 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, North Carolina; the 101st Air Assault Division, Fort Campbell, Kentucky; the 3rd Infantry Division, Fort Stewart, Georgia and the 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum, New York.
The 3rd MP Group (CID) provides direct mission support to U.S. Central Command, U.S. Special Operations Command and U.S. Southern Command located in Florida. The Group also supports U.S European Command and U.S. Africa Command located in Stuttgart, Germany.
The 3rd Group is comprised of five battalions located at Fort Benning, Fort Campbell, Fort Myer, and Kleber Kaserne, Germany as well as the only airborne CID battalion at Fort Bragg.
Colonel Darcy L. Overbey is a native of Michigan and spent her formative years in the Midwest. She graduated from the University of Michigan in 1993 and was commissioned through the Reserve Officer Training Corps. Her civilian education includes a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Michigan, a Master of Science degree in Human Resources Management from Troy State University, and a Master of Strategic Studies from the U.S. Army War College.
Colonel Overbey has served in a variety of rewarding and developmental positions during her years of service. After completing the Military Police Officer Basic Course at Fort McClellan, Alabama, she began her career as a Platoon Leader with the 557th Military Police Company at Camp Humphreys, South Korea. She continued as a Platoon Leader at Fort Bragg, North Carolina and deployed with her platoon to Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras, as part of Joint Task Force Bravo. After attending the Military Police Office Advance Course, she returned to South Korea to command the 557th Military Police Company. Colonel Overbey then served with the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command for six years. First, she served with the 3rd Military Police Group as the S3 for the Fort Benning CID Battalion and then moved out to Fort Lewis, Washington, to join the 6th Military Police Group (CID) as the Assistant S3. She then served as the Rear Detachment Commander for the 22nd Military Police Battalion (CID) during their deployment to Iraq and continued as the Battalion S3 upon their return. After graduation from the Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Colonel Overbey returned to Fort Lewis to deploy with the 42nd Military Police Brigade. During their 15 month deployment, she served as the S3 for Task Force Bucca in Iraq. Upon redeployment, she continued with the 42nd Military Police Brigade as the Deputy Brigade Commander. Colonel Overbey then joined the Office of the Provost Marshal General and served in the Pentagon for 2 years before moving to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. She commanded the 525th Military Police Battalion from 2012 to 2014. After command, Colonel Overbey was the Chief of Staff for the U.S. Army Military Police School in Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. Next, she was selected to attend the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Upon graduation, she deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom to Guantanamo Bay to serve as the Director of the J3 for Joint Task Force Guantanamo.
Colonel Overbey’s awards and decorations include the Bronze Star, the Meritorious Service Medal with six oak leaf clusters, the Joint Service Commendation Medal, the Army Commendation Medal with three oak leaf clusters, and the Army Achievement Medal with two oak leaf cluster. She has earned the Army Staff Identification Badge, Parachutist Badge, and Air Assault Badge.
Command Sergeant Major Jeffrey L. Baker entered the military in July 1996. He attended both Basic and Advanced Individual Training at Fort McClellan, Alabama.
His positions and assignments include: gunner and driver in the 272nd Military Police Company, Mannheim, Germany; Team Leader and Squad Leader, 65th Military Police Company (ABN), Fort Bragg, North Carolina; Squad Leader, 289th MP Co. (TOG), Fort Myer, Virginia; Squad Leader, Provost Sergeant, Fort Myer, Virginia; Drill Sergeant, Senior Drill Sergeant, C Co. 228th IN Regiment, Fort Jackson, South Carolina; Operations Sergeant and Platoon Sergeant, 55th Military Police Company, Camp Casey, Korea; Observer Controller Trainer, First Sergeant, A. Co. 3/338th IN Regt, Camp Atterbury, Indiana; Operations Sergeant Major, 91st Military Police Battalion, Fort Drum, New York; Operations Sergeant Major, 8th Military Police Brigade, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii; Directorate of Emergency Services Sergeant Major for USAG-HI; Command Sergeant Major 385th MP BN, Fort Stewart, Georgia. He has two deployments to the Balkans including one to Bosnia as a gunner/driver with the 272th MP Company, and one to Kosovo, one as a Squad Leader with the 65th MP Company (ABN). He also has one deployment to Iraq, as the First Sergeant of A Co 3/338 IN REGT in support of Task Force Iron Claw.
Command Sergeant Major Baker graduated from numerous military schools including the Army Master Combatives Level 4 Instructor Course, Unarmed Self Defense Instructor Course, NonLethal Weapons Instructor Course, IMCOM Director Of Emergency Services Course, Basic Airborne Course, Drill Sergeant School, Domestic Violence Intervention Training, Combat Lifesaver Course, Equal Opportunity Leader Course, Conventional Physical Security Crime Prevention Course, Antiterrorism Force Protection Level 2,the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy First Sergeant Course, and is a graduate of the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy (Class 63). He has a Bachelor of Art's degree in Criminal Justice from American Military University, and a Master's degree in Management and Organizational Leadership from Excelsior College.
Command Sergeant Major Baker's awards include: the Meritorious Service Medal (fifth award), the Army Commendation Medal (third award), the Army Achievement Medal (third award), the Army Good Conduct Medal (seventh award), the National Defense Service Medal, the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, the Kosovo Campaign Medal (with one Bronze Service Star), the Iraqi Campaign Medal (with one Bronze Service Star), the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, the Korean Defense Service Medal, the Armed Forces Service Medal, the Meritorious Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal, the Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon (with numeral four), the Army Service Ribbon, the Overseas Service Ribbon (numeral two) the NATO Medal (with one Bronze Service Star), the Army Superior Unit Award, the Drill Sergeant Badge, Driver's Badge with Wheel Device, the German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge (bronze), and the Parachutist Badge. He is also a recipient of the prestigious Military Police "Order of the Marechaussee" (Silver).
Mark W. Arnold was born in Kankakee, Illinois and raised in Delavan, Illinois. He is a 1985 graduate of Delavan Community High School and a 2006 graduate of the American Military University of Charles Town, West Virginia, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice. In June 1984, he enlisted in the Illinois National Guard and attended the U.S. Army Military Police training in 1985. In 1987, he enlisted in the U.S. Army and in August 1994, he was accepted into the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command as a Special Agent. In February 1997, he became a U.S. Army Warrant Officer.
His USACIDC assignments include being a member of the General and Economic Crimes Team in Fort Bragg, North Carolina; General and Economic Crimes Team Chief in Camp Humphreys, Korea; Special Agent-in-Charge at Rock Island Arsenal, Illinois; Special Agent-in-Charge in Tallil, Iraq; Commander of the 20th Military Police Detachment (CID), Camp Humphreys, Korea; Military Police Investigation Division Chief, U.S. Army Military Police School at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri; Battalion Operations Officer, 22nd Military Police Battalion (CID)(FWD) in Bagram, Afghanistan; Battalion Operations Officer, 22nd Military Police Battalion (CID), Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash. and the Chief of Investigative Operations, at the Headquarters, USACIDC, Quantico, Virginia.
CW5 Arnold is a graduate of the U.S. Army Warrant Officer Candidate School, CID Warrant Officer Basic Course, CID Warrant Officer Advanced Course, Warrant Officer Staff Course and the Warrant Officer Senior Staff Course. Additionally, he attended numerous military and civilian schools and courses during his career to include the Protective Services Training course, Fort McClellan, Alabama, Hostage Negotiation course, Fort McClellan, Alabama; Advanced Fraud Investigation course, Fort McClellan, Alabama; Antiterrorism Program Manager course, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri; Environmental Crimes Investigations course, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri; Crime and Criminal Analyst Course, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, White Collar Crimes Course, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center; and the Fire/Arson Investigation, National Fire Academy.
He has received numerous awards recognizing his work, including the Bronze Star Medal (1) Army Meritorious Service Medal (7); the Army Commendation Medal (2); the Army Achievement Medal (6); Army Good Conduct Medal (3); National Defense Medal; Iraq Campaign Medal; Afghanistan Campaign Medal; Global War on Terrorism Service Medal; NATO Medal; Korea Defense Service Medal; NCO Professional Development Ribbon (2); Army Service Ribbon, and the Overseas Service Ribbon (6).
CW5 Arnold is currently the Group Operations Officer, 3rd Military Police Group (CID), Hunter Army Air Field, Georgia.
The 5th Military Police Battalion (CID) is headquartered in Kleber Kaserne, Kaiserslautern Germany. The 5th MP Bn (CID) offices provide investigative support to Army interests and protective services to high risk personnel in Europe and Africa.
The Benelux CID Office provides support for Belgium and the Netherlands.
BENELUX CID Office
SHAPE Bldg. 342 Unit 21420
APO AE 09705
The 481st Military Police Detachment (CID) is headquartered at Wiesbaden, Germany. The Detachment provides felony criminal investigative support to U.S. Army Europe within the Wiesbaden and Baumholder Military Communities.
Wiesbaden CID Office
481st MP Detachment (CID)
APO AE 09005
Baumholder CID Office
481st MP Detachment (CID)
Unit 23813, Box 35
APO AE 09034
Gebaeude 8720, Aulenbacher Str.
COM from U.S.: 011-49-143-531-2810/2820
COM from Germany: 0611-143-531-2810/2820
The 515th Military Police Detachment (CID) is headquartered at Kaiserslautern, Germany. The Detachment provides felony criminal investigative support to U.S. Army Europe within the Kaiserslautern and Stuttgart Military Communities and Italy.
Kaiserslautern CID Office
515th MP Detachment (CID)
APO AE 09054
Stuttgart CID Office
515th MP Detachment (CID)
APO AE 09107
The 262nd Military Police Detachment (CID) is headquartered at Grafenwoehr, Germany. The Detachment provides felony criminal investigative support to U.S. Army Europe within the Grafenwoehr, Hohenfels and Ansbach Military Communities.
Grafenwoehr CID Office
262nd MP Detachment (CID)
APO AE 09114
Hohenfels CID Office
262nd MP Detachment (CID)
APO AE 09173
Ansbach CID Office
APO AE 09177
Gebaude 5917-D Wing
DSN Fax: 314-467-2485
Protective Services Unit in Germany
The Protective Services Unit (PSU), 5th MP Battalion (CID) mission commands the PSDs supporting the Supreme Allied Command Europe (SACEUR), U.S. Africa Command (USAFRICOM), and the Surveillance Detection Team (SDT) in order to provide protective services oversight for HRP designated principals headquartered in the 5th MP BN (CID) area of operations. On order, provide additional PSD support for OSD, JCS, and DA designated HRP's traveling OCONUS.
The PSU AFRICOM Detail is responsible for protecting the AFRICOM Commander and visiting dignitaries. The PSU SACEUR Detail is responsible for protecting the SACEUR Commander and visiting dignitaries.
APO AE 09054
PSU AFRICOM Detail
APO AE 09107
PSU SACEUR Detail
APO AE 09705
Vicenza CID Office
515th MP Detachment (CID)
Unit 31401, Box 35
APO AE 09630
Eastern Europe CID Office
Eastern Europe CID Office
Poland Law Enforcement Coordination Center (PLECC)
APO AE 09017
Phone: +49 162-270-3344
Phone: +49 162-270-3383
The 10th Military Police Battalion (CID) provides criminal investigative support to military commanders in both war and peace time environments. The 10th MP Bn (CID) remains one of CID's busiest and most deployed units.
The Soldiers of the 10th MP Bn (CID) have served in Operations Just Cause & Promote Liberty, Panama; Desert Shield/Desert Storm, Saudi Arabia/Iraq; Multi-National Observers Mission, Sinai; Uphold Democracy, Haiti; Hurricane Andrew, Florida; Operation Noble Eagle, U.S.A.; Operation Enduring Freedom, Kuwait/Afghanistan; and twice in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, Kuwait/Iraq.
The Battalion provides investigative oversight to the military communities and surroundings areas of Fort Bragg, North Carolina; Fort Jackson, South Carolina; Fort Stewart, Georgia; Fort Gordon, Georgia and Hunter Army Airfield, Georgia.
Fort Stewart CID Office
30th Military Police Detachment (CID)
460 West Bultman Avenue
Fort Stewart, GA 31314-4914
Hunter Army Airfield CID Office
Bldg 100 Billy Mitchell Blvd
Hunter Army Airfield, GA 31409
Fort Gordon CID Office
32nd Military Police Detachment (CID)
321 Brainard Avenue, Building 33412
Fort Gordon, GA 30905-5670
Fort Bragg CID Office
87th MP Detachment (CID)
Building 8-1221 Randolph Street, Stop A
Fort Bragg, NC 28307-5000
37th Military Police Detachment (CID)
Building 5483 Marion Avenue
Fort Jackson, SC 29207-6045
The 502nd Military Police Battalion (CID) provides professional criminal investigative services to the United States Army within a 15 state geographical area of responsibility, ranging from northern Alabama and Mississippi, as well as portions of New York, to the Canadian border. On order, deploy individuals or detachments in support of contingency operations.
Redstone CID Office
502nd Military Police Battalion (CID)
Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-7240
31st Military Police Detachment (CID)
2747 29th Street
Fort Campbell, KY 42223-5638
280th Military Police Detachment (CID)
U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Division Bldg 2004
18 Brandenburg Station Road
Fort Knox, KY 40121
Fort Leonard Wood CID Office
560 Virginia Street
Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473
62nd Military Police Detachment (CID)
South Riva Ridge Loop
Fort Drum, NY 13602-5013
Fort McCoy CID Office
1681 West Eaton Road
Fort McCoy, WI 54656
The Benning CID Battalion "Crime Fighters" provides 24/7 felony criminal investigative support to local commanders, service members, and civilians within its assigned operational area. On order, the Benning CID Battalion deploys individual agents and task organized Criminal Investigative Units to locations worldwide to provide both protective security and felony investigative support.
The Battalion has eight subordinate units located at Fort Benning, Georgia; Fort Rucker, Alabama; Eglin Air Force Base, Florida; Lakeland, Florida; Miami, Florida; Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico; Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras, and Fort Polk, Louisiana.
Among key supported Army units within the Battalion's area of responsibility are U.S. Central Command; U.S. Special Operations Command; U.S. Southern Command; U.S. Army South; Maneuver Center of Excellence; U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center; Joint Readiness Training Center, Joint Forces Training Center, U.S. Army Aviation Center; Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation; and 75th Ranger Regiment. The Benning CID Battalion supports commanders by conducting felony criminal investigations in support of victims, unit readiness and installation quality of life.
71st Military Police Detachment (CID)
Bldg 5430, Raider Ave
Fort Rucker, AL 36362
Eglin CID Office
101 Chinquapin Drive, Bldg 2398
Eglin Air Force Base FL 32542
Lakeland CID Office
905 N Ingraham Ave
Lakeland, FL 33801
9301 NW 33rd Street
Doral, FL 33172
86th Military Police Detachment (CID)
Fort Benning CID Office
7235 Gillespie Street
Fort Benning, GA 31905
Honduras CID Office
Benning CID Battalion, 3rd MP Group
Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras
BB: (from U.S.) 011-504-9450-3695
DSN: (312) 449-4275
90th Military Police Detachment (CID)
Building 3220 Georgia Avenue
Fort Polk, LA 71459
Puerto Rico CID Office
Building 202 Whitney Street
Fort Buchanan, PR 00934
The Washington CID Battalion conducts felony criminal investigations, criminal intelligence operations, and investigative support program integration in support of U.S. Army Commanders within a thirteen state operational area and the District of Columbia. On order deploys an MP Detachment (CID) or agents to support unified land operations.
The Battalion has ten subordinate units located at West Point, New York; Fort Hamilton, New York; Joint Base Dix-Maguire-Lakehurst, New Jersey; Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania; Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland; Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, Virginia; Fort Belvoir, Virginia; Fort Lee, Virginia and Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia.
The Washington CID Battalion executes felony investigations, criminal intelligence, logistical security and forensics support throughout the 13 northeastern United States encompassing 22% of the U.S. population in support of Army interests. The battalion supports Army and Joint Force Commanders key organizations/institutions including HQs Department of the Army, Military District of Washington/Joint Forces HQs - National Capital Region, U.S. Military Academy, six of the seven Senior Service Colleges, TRADOC HQs, CASCOM, Walter Reed Medical Center and more than 12 Army Garrisons. The battalion's special agents also partner with local, state, federal and joint law enforcement agencies.
68th Military Police Detachment (CID)
855 Chisholm Avenue Suite 5345
Fort Meade, MD 20755-5345
Aberdeen Proving Ground CID Office
4505A Springfield Street
Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD 21005-5001
Fort Dix CID Office
Building 5165B, Maryland Avenue
Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, NJ 08640
Fort Hamilton CID Office
406 General Lee Avenue
Fort Hamilton, NY 11252-7500
West Point CID Office
616 Swift Road
West Point, NY 10996-1584
Carlisle Barracks CID Office
609 Butler Road
Carlisle, PA 17013-5017
12th Military Police Detachment (CID)
Fort Lee CID Office
Building 11109 A. Avenue
Fort Lee, VA 23801-1702
Fort Eustis CID Office
12th MP Detachment (CID)
Building 1499 Washington Blvd
Fort Eustis, VA 23604-5534
Phone: 757-878-4811 ext 224
75th Military Police Detachment (CID)
6104 3rd Street, Bldg. 1457
Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-5592
Fax: 703- 806-3800
Fort Myer CID Office
105 Fenton Circle, Building 305
Fort Myer, VA 22211