701st Military Police Group (CID) Global Military Support

701st logoThe 701st Military Police Group (CID), headquartered at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia, conducts worldwide specialized criminal investigative support for classified Army programs and sensitive activities; acquisition fraud affecting Army programs and systems, major construction, and Soldier safety; intrusions, related malicious activities, and insider threats involving U.S. Army computers; terrorism-focused investigations; and protective services operations for senior Department of Defense, Joint Chiefs of Staff and Department of the Army leaders.




Colonel Norman C. Pollock

Command Sergeant Major

Command Sergeant Major Jose F. Shorey hails from San Antonio, Texas but now resides in Quantico, Virginia.

CSM Shorey enlisted in the United States Army on 12 July 1995, attending One Station Unit Training at Fort McClellan, Alabama, graduating as a 31B Military Policeman. Throughout his military career, CSM Shorey has served in a variety of duty positions including: Gunner, Driver, Team Leader, SRT Member, Squad Leader (combat), Platoon Sergeant (combat), Senior Drill Sergeant, USF-I PMO Operations Sergeant (combat), Company Operations Sergeant (combat), First Sergeant, Battalion Command Sergeant Major, III Corps Provost Sergeant Major, and CJTF-OIR Security and Protection Cell Operations Sergeant Major (combat).

His assignments include: 557th Military Police Company, Camp Humphrey’s, Korea; 463rd Military Police Company, Fort Leonard Wood, MO; Alpha Company STB, Fort Sam Houston, TX; 55th Military Police Company, Yongsan, Korea; 410th Military Police Company, Fort Hood, TX; 110th Military Police Company, Fort Hood, TX; Echo Company 701st Military Police Battalion (OSUT), Fort Leonard Wood, MO; Alpha Company III Corps, Fort Hood, TX; 401st Military Police Company, Fort Hood, TX; Phantom Warrior Academy, Fort Hood, TX; USASMA, Fort Bliss, TX; 716th Military Police Battalion, Fort Campbell, KY; and HSC III Corps, Fort Hood, TX. He has one deployment in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, three deployments in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, and one deployment in support of Operation Inherent Resolve.

CSM Shorey’s schools and training includes: Primary Leadership Development Course, Basic Noncommissioned Officer’s Course, Advanced Noncommissioned Officer’s Course, Combat Life Saver Course, Unit Armorer Course, Combative Level I and II Courses, Airborne School, Sapper Leader Course, Drill Sergeant School, Special Reaction Team School, Air Assault School, Rappel Master School, SPIES/FRIES Master School, Law Enforcement Senior Leader Course, San Antonio Police Department SWAT School, Bexar County SWAT School, SWAT Police Officer Survival Course, Antiterrorism Level I and II Courses, and is a graduate of the United States Army Sergeant’s Major Academy (class 66). CSM Shorey is currently pursuing his bachelor’s degree in criminal justice through Purdue University.

CSM Shorey’s awards and decorations include: The Order of the Marechaussee in Bronze, Bronze Star Medal, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (3 OLC), Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal (2 OLC), Army Achievement Medal (3 OLC), Army Good Conduct Medal (8th Award), National Defense Service Medal (1 bronze service star), Iraqi Campaign Medal (4 bronze service stars), Inherent Resolve Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Korean Defense Service Medal, NCO Professional Service Ribbon (Numeral 5), Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Medal (Numeral 5), Airborne Badge, Air Assault Badge, Combat Action Badge, Drill Sergeant Badge, and Sapper Tab.

Field Investigative Unit (FIU)

FIU logoThe Field Investigative Unit is a specialized unit that provides a full range of criminal investigative services and support within the Army, to include investigations of senior Army leaders, cases with national attention and other designated sensitive situations as directed by the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Division. The FIU also conducts investigations in the areas of contract and acquisition fraud within research and development, and testing and evaluations programs funded by the Army.

U.S. Army Protective Services Battalion (USAPSB)

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The U.S. Army Protective Services Battalion (CID) is headquartered at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. The Battalion’s mission is to provide world-wide, executive-level protection to the Secretary of Defense, the Deputy Secretary of Defense, the Chairman and Vice Chairman, Joint Staff, the Secretary of the Army, the Chief of Staff of the Army, the Vice Chief of Staff of the Army, the Chief National Guard Bureau, and their foreign counterparts on official visits to the United States and other Department of Defense High Risk Personnel as directed. Further, the Battalion provides executive level protection for Senior U.S. Army Commanders during war-time and contingency operations as directed.

The organization’s mission began when the 1st MP Detachment (CID) was given the mission of protecting the nations’ highest Department of Defense civilian and military leaders in the late 1960s during heightened unrest caused by the Vietnam War. In 1971, subsequent to the establishment of the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command as a major Army command, the Protective Services Activity (PSA), USACIDC, was established within HQ USACIDC to manage DoD protective missions. During the build up to the 1991 Gulf War, the PSA (CID) was reorganized as the Protective Services Unit (PSU) (CID), as the PSU was continually assigned more protected “principals” due to higher threat situations around the world. In October 2005, the unit was again reorganized as the Protective Services Battalion (CID), due to its ever increasing mission. In October 2007, the unit underwent its latest reorganization and became the U.S. Army Protective Services Battalion (CID).

Today, the Protective Services Battalion continues to send its CID Special Agents throughout the United States and around the world in furtherance of its continued mission in protecting our nation’s highest civilian and military DoD leaders. The Battalion continues to deploy Personal Security Officers with the mission of protecting Senior Army Commanders in Afghanistan, Kuwait, Africa, and Iraq.