Welcome to the website of the Royal Military Police Association (RMPA) South Wales Branch. Membership of the Association is open to all who are serving or who have served in the Royal Military Police or WRAC Provost and their antecedence elements.
We welcome all serving and retired members of the Royal Military Police, Regular or Reservists. In addition those soldiers who during their tour of duty were attached to the Military Police are welcomed as Honorary Members.
As a result of resrtrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, we will not be meeting until further notice, we will however be ensuring that our members living on their own or who are classed as vulnerable have as much support and interaction as possible ... stay safe.
Serving or former members of the Corps visiting South Wales are always welcome to join us at any of our gatherings. If you would like to join us for a beer and some food please contact us via the link email@example.com
The Association was formed to promote a lasting bond of friendship between past and present members of the Military Police and their families in times of need. And we hope that our Branch will continue that long tradition.
Well you've found us, so why not take a moment or two to have a look around, if you would like further information about the Branch, membership or just information on when and where we will next be meeting for a beer and a trip down memory lane, you can contact the Branch secretary via the e-mail link on the membership page.
Who Are The Royal Military Police?
We exist in order to deploy. We are a regulatory body with exclusive investigative and policing skills and competencies, undertaking military tasks complementary to our specialist role. Our core tasks are to 'police the Force and provide policing support to the Force'. We are distinct from our civilian counterparts as we have unique operational tasks that have no equivalence in civil society.We deploy as part of the field army, both at home and overseas, in support of the full spectrum of conflict, conflict prevention and post conflict operations ... find out more https://www.army.mod.uk/who-we-are/corps-regiments-and-units/adjutant-generals-corps/provost/royal-military-police/