CAMP LEJEUNE (AP) -- Civilian police officers could one day supplement military police at Camp Lejeune. That plan comes after a Marine Corps committee decided more security is needed at Marine installations. A base spokesman says the base probably won't start adding the civilian officers for another three years. The base says in a statement that the Marine Corps concluded MPs needed supplementing at bases, air stations and elsewhere. Planning is expected to start next year.
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