Research Paper Title Levels of physical activity and associated factors between military policemen and firemen. Background Military Policemen and Firemen are professionals often involved in life-risking activities as well as duties demanding endurance and muscular strength. Nevertheless, their working conditions are rarely satisfactory. Therefore the objective of this study was to compare levels of physical… Read More
Research Paper Title A prospective investigation of injury incidence and injury risk factors among army recruits in military police training. Background United States Army military police (MP) training is a 19-week course designed to introduce new recruits to basic soldiering skills, Army values and lifestyle, and law enforcement skills and knowledge. The present investigation examined… Read More
Below is the number of MOD Police dogs between 2012 and 2018. 2012-13: 219. 2013-14: 225. 2014-15: 225. 2015-16: 218. 2016-17: 218. 2017-18: 211 (up to 01 November 2017). Reference FOI 2017/11482 dated 20 November 2017.
As of 01 April 2017 the number of UK trained Regulars employed in the Military Police was: British Army: 1510. Royal Air Force (RAF): 1008. Naval Service (Royal Navy & Royal Marines): 287. Reference FOI 2018/01027.
Did you know you can be a ‘policeman’ in the Royal Marines (RM)? In 2008, the RM Police Troop was composed of: Captain (OF-2): One (1). Warrant Officer Class 2 (WO2, OR-8): One (1). Colour Sergeant (OR-7): Two (2). Sergeant (OR-6): Three. (3). Corporal (OR-4): Nine (9). One being a British military policeman from the… Read More
“Without external threats to repel, the world’s 15th-biggest standing army is turning into a de facto police force Few places illustrate the modern role of the Brazilian army better than Tabatinga, a city of 62,000 on the shared border point between Brazil, Colombia and Peru. The frontier, protected by Amazon rainforest, has not budged since the Portuguese built a now-ruined fort… Read More
Military recruit reports mirror broken in his room. Military police are looking into it…