Vert, a bordure Or, within an orle a tournament helm of the like.
From a wreath Or and Vert a Taeguk Proper, surmounted by a pair of Khukhri swords saltirewise Proper, overall a demi-Talbot rampant Argent.
Green and gold are colors traditionally used by Military Police units. The tournament helm signifies traditional honor and its bars allude to control, protection and retention. The bordure and orle represent the legal process and conventions of justice, specifically Military Police governing policies, administrative procedures, records and dossiers.
The Taeguk represents the unit's participation in the Korean conflict, 1951 to 1953 and the two Presidential Unit Citations. The crossed Khukhri swords refer to the unit's participation in World War II in India (Burma), when it was then activated as the 158th Military Police. The Talbot symbolizes the motto characteristic of vigilance and alludes to the sentry dogs that support the Military Police mission.
The coat of arms was approved on 24 February 2005.