Category Archives: RAF Police

The Royal Air Force Police protect military personnel, assets and information. They also prevent and detect crime, support discipline and provide a security advice.

RAF Police Land Rover Series II

RAF Police
Land Rover Series II
Dating from 1960. This vehicle spent most of its life in the Middle East in Jordan, Aden and Cyprus. In 1993 the Queen road in the back to the Commonwealth Heads of Government conference in Cyprus. It was used as a VIP escort vehicle in Cyprus before being sold to a private owner in Cyprus. Later it was handed back to the RAF who transported it to the UK and used it at RAF Halton in Aylesbury. Following a move to Portsmouth and 12 years stored in a damp garage it was most recently moved to RAF Honington in Suffolk where it has been partly restored.

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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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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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