Graduates work in airports, bus terminals, post offices, traffic control points and prisons, and serve as support for special interdiction operations.
What does TCP stand for?
TCP stands for Traffic Control Point (law enforcement)
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See other definitions of TCP
We have 485 other meanings of TCP in our Acronym Attic
- Totally Cool Person
- Touch Control Panel
- Tourism Certified Professional (Canadian Hotel & Restaurant Training Protocol)
- Town and Country Planning (various locations)
- Toxin-Coregulated Pilus
- Track Control Processor
- Trading Corporation of Pakistan Ltd
- Traditional CINC Program(s)
- Traditional Cultural Place
- Traffic Calming Program (various locations)
- Traffic Control Point/Post
- Trainer Change Proposal
- Training Certification Plan
- Training Concept Plan
- Training Control Program
- Trajectory Change Point (air traffic management)
- Trans-Caspian Pipeline (submarine pipeline between Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan)
- Transactional Content Processing (software)
- Transcutaneous Pacing
- TRANSEC Control Processor
Samples in periodicals archive:
Our Afghan partners set up traffic control points at major intersections leading into the bridgehead to prevent local traffic interference while the 1438th was on-site completing bridge repairs.
As Rookie was manning a traffic control point during the Battle of the Bulge, a German convertible that had been repainted olive green and had two stars on it approached the intersection.
It reads: "Black Watch traffic control point was attacked by a suicide VBIED.
Other tactics, techniques, and procedures that coalition forces convoys had implemented over the years and ceased during the drawdown included setting up hasty traffic control points whenever convoys had to turn onto a different route, operating convoys in a "bubble" by not allowing civilian traffic within 500 feet of a coalition forces convoy, and hanging "Stay Back; Deadly Force Authorized" signs on gun trucks.
As the battle began, Samaroo, then with Company C, 2nd Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade and his squad were manning a traffic control point near the base.
As for the traffic control points and berming operations, the section's task was to alert units that the engineers would be working in those areas and let them know how the work would affect operations.
Additionally, the 455th requested 48-hour civil affairs, engineer, and military police support from the corps to coordinate with host nation officials, create a marked path, and man traffic control points to guide panicked civilians to the decontamination site or away from the MSR.