Provost Marshal Course


The aim of the course is to impart such knowledge and attitudes to students from Nordic and other countries so that he/she is able to perform as Provost Marshal, working in a Provost Marshal staff or perform as Legal Adviser in an international operation.


The course is comprised of the following subjects and orientations:

  • Doctrine, Standing Operation Procedures/Standing Operation Instructions, Memorandum of Understanding etc., legal aspects, Rules of Engagement, Law of Armed Conflict, cooperation with the International Committee of The Red Cross and other international organizations/non governmental organizations, protection of civilians and gender perspective in armed conflicts.
  • Paradoxes and dilemmas in connection with national and international regulations and caveats in connections with e.g. road traffic accidents, deaths and complaints of harassment.
  • Brigade/Battle Group Commanders expectations to his Provost Marshal and the Military Police unit in connection with e.g. riots, detention of locals, daily duties and so on. 
  • International Criminal Court
  • Briefings by/on:
    • Provost Marshal SHAPE (Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe),
    • Provost Marshal ARRC (Allied Rapid Reaction Corps) or similar,
    • Experiences from a Provost Marshal in a mission area,
    • Mentoring Local Police,
    • Other relevant subjects.

Interested? Please contact:


Upcoming Courses



04th – 08th of November 2024

Application deadline: 14th of October 2024



03rd – 07th of November 2025

Application deadline: 13th of October 2025



Course Description

Reporting List with English levels

Time Schedule

1. Request for Visit Denmark (RFV)

Annex 1 Government Agency or Industrial Facility to be visited

Annex 2 Particulars of Visitors

2. Request for Visit - Guidance



Sidst opdateret 4. januar, 2024 - Kl. 08.56