Members of the Royal Military Police (RMP) have been working alongside the Afghan Police in Helmand province, southern Afghanistan, to create a more community-focused force.
The Ministry of Defence is investigating reports that forensic material belonging to Service personnel killed in action have been retained beyond the time they were required to be used as evidence in inquests and Royal Military Police (RMP) Special Investigations Branch investigations.
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MOD investigates reports of Service personnel body part retention
Members of the Royal Military Police (RMP) have opened up their training camp at Longmoor to give the public an insight into the training of the Close Protection Unit (CPU).
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Royal Military Police train for close protection
Personnel from 111 Provost Company, 1st Regiment Royal Military Police (1 RMP), have been presented with their campaign medals after returning from a demanding six-month tour in Afghanistan.