and there local training comes from MCJTC because they enforce state laws as well.
Which federal facility do you work at and what state laws do you exactly enforce? The reason I ask is within my area, we are called by DoD Police for MV crashes, any Ch 90 enforcement (like a 90-24, 90-10, 90-23 et al, 90-9 at the gate or on property-they do not have Massachusetts Uniform Citation books) and all other criminal activity (94C, warrants, fights, larcenies, rapes, armed barricaded subject, even crazy people at the gate & protests). In my time (almost 20 yrs) I have personally responded to these calls. I was under the impression that DoD Police could not enforce state laws. Where do they obtain their authority to enforce state law (since state & local police can't enforce federal laws unless specially sworn into a federal task force) I know 2 years ago the FBI asked the MSP to be given SSPO authority and it was not granted. The FBI cannot enforce state laws generally speaking (there may be limited few exceptions I'm unaware of)
Whew! Ok, so, how does the DoD enforce state law? Does it vary site to site by Commander, do they enter into an agreement with the Governor or is it up to the Pentagon?