Welcome to a history of the Mod Pol
Ministry of Defence Police
They are the MOD's own dedicated civil police force of around 3,500 officers with full constabulary powers. They operate at MOD sites throughout the UK, wherever our services are required.
We are organised into five divisional commands, whose headquarters are located at York, Aldershot, Aldermaston, Foxhill and Clyde Naval Base.
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All of their officers are weapons trained and at any time 70% of officers on duty carry firearms, either pistols or rifles. They are deployed at around 120 MOD sites requiring police officers and an armed security capability. This includes the guarding of Britain's nuclear deterrent.
Their role is to apply constabulary powers and civil police training to combat the principal risks of crime and disorder faced by the Ministry of Defence (MOD). We concentrate on four key areas of operation.
The capability to deter and respond to an armed attack on defence personnel and property.
The Team Specialises in Tracing:
- The effective use of police powers to deter, detect and respond to crime and disorder.
- Crime investigation
- The investigation of crime that impacts significantly against defence capability.
- Defence policing policy
- We contribute to defence policing policy.
- In addition, we have a fifth key area of operation.
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The contribution of specialist policing expertise in support of wider defence and foreign policy objectives. In this role we act in support of the defence issues – being a force for good in the world and strengthening international peace and security.
Security and Intelligence
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