The 6th Military Police Group (CID) is headquartered at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington. The Group is comprised of three battalion headquarters located at Fort Hood, Texas, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, and Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington.
The 6th Military Police Group (CID) conducts criminal investigations of serious, sensitive, or special interest matters to support commanders and preserve the Army’s resources in peacetime, combat, and contingency operations throughout the area of operation. Provide trained and ready units and/or personnel in support of CID operations in Afghanistan Theater of Operations and Kuwait Theater of Operations. Execute tactical control responsibilities for Title 10 investigations and investigative support operations and administrative controlresponsibilities for all operations for the deployed Afghanistan Theater of Operations battalion.
Colonel Kevin F. Hanrahan was commissioned in 1996 as an ROTC Distinguished Military Graduate at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. He holds a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Central Michigan and a Master of Science degree in National Security and Resource Strategy from the National Defense University. He is a Command and General Staff College and Senior Service School graduate.
Colonel Hanrahan’s first assignment was at Camp Casey, Korea where he served as a Platoon Leader (PL) in the 2d Military Police (MP) Company, 2d Infantry Division. Next he served at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, as a PL in the 65th MP Company (Airborne) and 82d MP Company, where he also served as the company executive officer and then as Assistant S3 (Opn Joint Guardian) for the 503d MP Battalion (Airborne). Later he served in Hanau, Germany as the S4 (Opn Joint Guardian) and assistant S3 (OIF) in the 709th MP Battalion, and Commanded the 127th MP Company (OIF). He was then assigned as a Small Group Leader, United States Military Police School, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. Later he was assigned as the Battalion Commander (Provisional) and Executive Officer for the 503d MP Battalion (Airborne), Fort Bragg North Carolina. Next, Colonel Hanrahan served as the Deputy Provost Marshal (OEF) for Headquarters, U.S. Forces Afghanistan. Afterwards, he was assigned to the U.S. Army Training Doctrine Command (TRADOC), Fort Eustis, Virginia, where he served as an operations officer for the Command Provost Marshal Office, Executive Officer for the TRADOC G-3/5/7, and Commander, 733 Security Force Squadron. He commanded the 5th MP Battalion (CID), Kaiserslautern, Germany.
His awards and decorations include: the Bronze Star Medal (2 OLC), Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (4 OLC), Army Commendation Medal with Valor, Army Commendation Medal (3 OLC), Army Achievement Medal (4 OLC), both the Afghan and Iraq Campaign Medals, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Kosovo Campaign Medal (1), Korean Defense Service Medal, Overseas Service Ribbon (2), National Defense Service Medal (1), and the Army Service Ribbon. Additionally, he has the Valorous Unit Award and Meritorious Unit Citation. His combat skill badges include: the Combat Action Badge, Senior Parachutist Badge, Air Assault Badge, German Marksmanship Efficiency Badge (Gold) and several foreign parachutist wings.
Command Sergeant Major Scott A. Painter, a native of Cottonwood, Arizona, enlisted in the Army May 26, 1994, and attended One Station Unit Training (OSUT) for (31B) Military Policeman at Fort McLellan, Alabama.
CSM Painter served in positions from Team Leader to Operations Sergeant. CSM Painter served as a First Sergeant for the 108th Military Police Company (Airborne) (Air Assault) for 25 months and went on to serve as the 503d Military Police Battalion (Airborne) Operations Sergeant Major for 18 months. CSM Painter served as the Fort Bragg’s Warrior Transition Battalion Command Sergeant Major for 24 months. CSM Painter attended the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy Class 64 and has earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice.
CSM Painter’s stateside assignments include 503rd Military Police Battalion Fort Bragg, 795th Military Police Battalion, Fort Leonard Wood, USASMA, Fort Bliss, and the Warrior Transition Battalion, Fort Bragg. His overseas assignments include 188th Military Police Company, Camp Walker, Korea, and 529th Military Police Company (Honor Guard), Patton Barracks Heidelberg, Germany. His operational assignments include Afghanistan (Operation Enduring Freedom), and Iraq (Operation Iraqi Freedom -2 tours).
CSM Painter has attended all NCOES schools and completed the 82nd Airborne Division Advanced Airborne School, the Sabalauski Air Assault Course, United States Army Drill Sergeant School, Conventional Physical Security Course, and Antiterrorism Course Level 2.
He has earned the Master Parachutist Badge, Air Assault Badge, and Drill Sergeant Badge. CSM Painter’s awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal (2 OLC), Meritorious Service Medal (3 OLC), Army Commendation Medal (2 OLC), Army Achievement Medal (3 OLC), Meritorious Unit Award, Army Good Conduct Medal (7th Award), National Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Service Medal, Southwest Asia Service Medal Iraqi Campaign Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, NCO Professional Development Ribbon (Numeral 4), Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon (Numeral 5), Parachutist Badge, Senior Parachutist Badge, Master Parachutist Badge, Air Assault Badge, Drill Sergeant Badge, and the German Parachutist Badge.
CW5 Keith McCullen assumed duties as the Group Operations Officer on 1 April 2019. He previously served as a Technical Inspector, U.S. Army CID Command Inspector General, Quantico, Va., from 11 April 2014 until 15 Oct 2018. Previously, he served as the Battalion Operations Officer, 10th MP Bn (CID), Fort Bragg, N.C. from May 2012 to April 2014. During his 30 years of service, CW5 McCullen has served in a variety of professionally rewarding positions across the Army.
CW5 McCullen is an Army brat who graduated from the Kaiserslautern American High School and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Maryland, University College. He also holds a Master of Forensic Science degree from George Washington University. He has completed the Team Commander Course, Canadian Police College, and is a graduate of the 231st Session of the FBI National Academy. His military education includes the MP Basic Non-Commissioned Officer’s Course (BNCOC), Basic Airborne Course, Warrant Officer Staff Course and DA Inspector General Course.
CW5 McCullen enlisted in the Army Reserve as a Combat Support MP in 1988. His first active duty assignment from 1990-1994 was as an MP Investigator on a Drug Suppression Team in Karlsruhe, Germany. He was selected to become a CID Special Agent in 1994 and served at Fort Meade, Md. He completed CID Warrant Officer training in 1996, and served as a CID Team Chief in Korea and Darmstadt, Germany; and as a Special Agent-In-Charge in Hungary and Hanau, Germany. He was selected to serve as a Forensic Science Officer, and was assigned at Fort Bragg from 2003-2008, and deployed twice in Support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, serving in Baghdad, Mosul, and Balad. He then served as the Battalion Operations Officer for the 5th MP Bn (CID), in Kaiserslautern, from 2008-2012, during which he deployed with the Battalion to Baghdad, Iraq and Kuwait, closing out CID’s involvement in Operation New Dawn in November 2011.
CW5 McCullen’s awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, and the Basic Parachutist Badge. He was selected as the CID Warrant Officer Special Agent of the Year for 2006.
The 11th Military Police Battalion (CID) supports commanders and conducts criminal investigations of serious, sensitive, or special incidents in order to bring criminals to justice, prevent crime, and preserve the force and Army resources during peacetime, combat operations, and other contingency operations throughout the Battalion’s designated area of responsibility - Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and Oklahoma or their designated areas of responsibility when deployed in support of overseas contingency operations.
Fort Huachuca CID Office
108 S. Johnson St.
Fort Huachuca, AZ 85613
Fort Sill CID Office
167th Military Police Detachment (CID)
2635 Miner Road
Fort Sill, OK 73503
Fort Bliss CID Office
BLDG 13, Pershing Street
Fort Bliss, TX 79906-0350
Fort Hood CID Office
BLDG 2200, Support Ave
Fort Hood, TX 76544
Joint Base San Antonio CID Office
Fort Sam Houston CID Office
2164 Wilson Way, BLDG 268, STE 59
Joint Base San Antonio
Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234-5039
The mission of the 19th Military Police Battalion (CID) is to provide criminal investigative services to the United States Army within the Pacific Rim geographical area of responsibility including the state of Alaska, Hawaii, South Korea, Japan, and Okinawa. On order, deploy individuals or detachments in support of contingency operations.
Fort Wainwright CID Office
Unit#12 BLDG#1051 Gaffney Road
Fort Wainwright AK, 99703
Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson CID Office
83rd MP Detachment CID)
1107 Doe Street
JBER AK, 99505
102nd Military Police Detachment (CID)
1314 Lyman Road
Schofield Barracks HI, 96857
Camp Zama Japan CID Office (CID018)
APO AP 96343-5006
Torii Station Okinawa CID Office (CID028)
APO AP 96376-5139
Korea Field Office (KFO)
Korea Field Office (KFO)
KFO (CID), 19th MP BN (CID)
Bldg# T-7122, CP Humphreys
Unit # 15304
APO AP 96297
Camp Humphreys CID Office (CID138)
Humphreys (CID) Office, 20th MP Detachment (CID)
Bldg# 481, CP Humphreys
APO AP 96271-5224
Camp Red Cloud CID Office (CID338)
CRC CID Office, 20th MP Detachment (CID)
Bldg# S-323, CP Red Cloud
Unit # 15352
APO AP 96258-5352
Camp Casey CID Office (CID838)
Casey CID Office, 21st MP Detachment(CID)
Bldg# S-2533, CP Casey
APO AP 96224-5115
Camp Carroll CID Office (CID538)
Carroll CID Office 20th MP Detachment (CID)
Bldg# S-267, CP Carroll
APO AP 96260-5385
Daegu CID Office (CID438)
Taegu CID Office, 20th MP Detachment (CID)
Bldg# S-1131, CP Henry
APO AP 96218-5020
Yongsan CID Office (CID038)
21st Military Police Detachment (CID)
Unit 15305, Building 2372
APO, AP 96205
OFFICE (DSN): 315-723-4528
Korea Off-Post: 0503-323-4528
The 22nd Military Police Battalion (CID) conducts criminal investigations of serious, sensitive, or special interest matters to support commanders and preserve the Army's resources in combat, peacetime, and contingency operations throughout the Battalion's area of responsibility. On order, deploys trained and ready units and personnel to provide commanders worldwide, with timely and thorough investigative services.
Fort Irwin CID Office
89th Military Police Detachment (CID)
BLDG 986 Inner Loop Road
P.O. Box 105077
Fort Irwin, CA 92310-5077
Presidio of Monterey CID Office
359 Fitch Ave.
Persidio of Monterey, CA 93944
Fort Carson CID Office
48th Military Police Detachment (CID)
6525 Specker Ave
Fort Carson, CO 80913
Fort Leavenworth CID Office
841 McClellan Ave. Bldg 89
Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027
Fort Riley CID Office
78th Military Police Detachment (CID)
403 Holbrook Avenue
Fort Riley, KS 66442
Joint Base Lewis-McChord CID Office
44th Military Police Detachment (CID)
5183 N. Division Street
Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA 98433