Originally posted by Daddy Warcrimes:
Where can it be found?
At any Provost Marshal's Office (MP station).
Is it downloadable, on the internet?
Absolutely not... I HOPE.
Can you use it on a personal computer?
Never tried, but I'm gonna say, no. Its a pretty secure program. You are issued a password from the administrators that monitor it.
Is there any kind of documentation or training for it?
Only at the US Army Military Police School (USAMPS).
What does COPS stand for?
Centralized Operations Police Suite
COPS isn't a program that is available for use by just anybody. It's used to transfer data written down on any MP paperwork (tickets, statements, offenses) to a central program that can be accessed by any PMO in the world. Very useful- but also kind confusing. You really need to stay awake in AIT and then write a lot of tickets to get used to it. I think its a valid discussion topic, but it should probably be locked to the public because it could present some OPSEC issues.