The purpose of the LES “C” School is to provide U. S. Navy Master-at-Arms (MA) the minimum knowledge and skill sets required to support shore-based, and fleet deployed commanding officers in Law Enforcement (LE) duties and responsibilities. Graduates will be journeyman-level Navy Security Force (NSF) personnel expected to implement immediate actions unsupervised to identify, assess, track, deter and mitigate violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) and Federal Law on U.S. Navy ships and installations. The LES “C” School is 30 instructional days and consists of 240 hours of instruction. The average number of students per iteration of the program is 36, with a minimum convening size of 24 and a maximum of 36.
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