The Mission of the MCB Provost Marshal's Office is to provide law enforcement, investigative, and security services as directed by the Commanding General. The Provost Marshals advises and assists the Commanding General on the formulation and administration of military law enforcement related policy and procedures. The Provost Marshals' Office provides Marine Corps Base security and law enforcement, criminal investigations, confinement and correctional functions, Japanese liaison, Japanese Police Security Guards, vehicle registration, traffic court, Base Pass Office, MCAS Futenma flight line security, special reaction capability, black marketing enforcement and related services to organic and Fleet Marine Force (FMF) organizations.
The mission of the Operations Branch is to enforce all published regulations and orders pertaining to security and law enforcement matters. Operations controls the Accident Investigation Section, Special Reaction Section, Military Working Dog section, and six separate Military Police Districts: Camp Hansen (North); Camp Foster (Central); Camp Courtney (East) Camp Kinser (South); MCAS Futenma; and Camp Fuji.
Crime Prevention & Force Protection
The mission of crime prevention and force protection is to ensure comprehensive and integrated plans are developed and implemented which reflects the commander’s operational approach on how best to address the threat for MCB Camp Butler and Marine Corps Bases Japan. The focus of efforts is tailored to the local environment and threat conditions to achieve the objectives.