Category Archives: Armed Forces Police

Two RAF demo police bikes are shown here. The VFR1200 is liked for its power…

Two RAF demo police bikes are shown here. The VFR1200 is liked for its power, but the 780cc Crossrunner was criticised for its plastic and ill fitting dash, and the seat not being grippy, throwing the rider forward into the tank under braking!
A close look at the RAF Police badge on the front. The motto ‘fiat justitia’ translates from Latin as ‘let justice be done’.
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KSN094 Here is a Opel Vectra 1.9 diesel military police car …

KSN094 Here is a Opel Vectra 1.9 diesel military police car used by the Cyprus Joint Police Unit. Its main duties are response, escort and general use. Notice the “MP” badge on the c-pillar.

 

The Cyprus Joint Police Unit is formed from UK military, navy and RAF police officers. The armed forces collectively called British Forces Cyprus have remained based on the island since its independence in 1960 due to its strategic location.

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This is a Royal Air Force Police Land Rover ‘Snatch Wagon’…

This is a Royal Air Force Police Land Rover ‘Snatch Wagon’. The vehicle is carrying desert camouflage colours with a blue light on the roof. Union Jack and RAF Police signs can also be seen. This picture was taken in Basra, Iraq in 2008.
The side view of the same Snatch Wagon, showing how it is stuck in the mud after responding to a indirect rocket attack.
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A Royal Air Force Police Land Rover 110, which…

A Royal Air Force Police Land Rover 110, which was also in Iraq during 2008. This vehicle was hit by indirect fire and the damage to the windscreen can be seen.
The side view of the same Land Rover showing the flat front tyre which was also damaged by enemy fire. The vehicle is fitted with a full-width blue light bar and RAF Police signs.
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This camouflage coloured Land Rover Defender is used…

This camouflage coloured Land Rover Defender is used by the Royal Military Police. It has two rotating blue lights on the roof and two-tone horns. It also carries a ‘Military Police’ plaque and Union Jack flag on the front.
The rear view. It is used by the RMP when on operations are is know as a Land Rover FFR (Fitted For Radio). The registration plates have been hidden for operational reasons.
Another camouflaged Land Rover is shown here. It is fitted with a full width light bar and you can also see a telescopic communications antenna on the side.
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