Menu
Cart 0

Royal Military Police Remembrance Poppy Pin

militaryremembrancepins

  • £780


***PLEASE USE THE DROP DOWN MENU TO CHOOSE YOUR COLOUR***

Wear this RMP Pin with pride at any time of the year not just Remembrance Week. 

Made with High quality metals and enamels.

Rear butterfly pin fastener.

Size: 38mm x 34mm

International postage will be added at checkout using current Royal Mail Tariffs 

The Royal Military Police (RMP) is the corps of the British Army responsible for the policing of army service personnel, and for providing a military police presence both in the UK and while service personnel are deployed overseas on operations and exercises. Members of the RMP are often known as 'Redcaps' because of the scarlet covers on their peaked caps, or scarlet coloured berets.

The RMP's origins can be traced back to the 13th century but it was not until 1877 that a regular corps of military police was formed with the creation of the Military Mounted Police, which was followed by the Military Foot Police in 1885. Although technically two independent corps, they effectively functioned as a single organisation. In 1926, they were fully amalgamated to form the Corps of Military Police (CMP). In recognition of their service in the Second World War, they became the Corps of Royal Military Police (RMP) on 28 November 1946.

On 6 April 1992 the RMP amalgamated into the Adjutant General's Corps (AGC), where they form part of the AGC's Provost Branch.

Non-commissioned members of the RMP receive their basic training as soldiers at the Army Training Centre in Pirbright. They then receive further training at the Defence School of Policing and Guarding (DSPG), previously known as Defence College of Policing and Guarding (DCPG). RMP commissioned officers are trained at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, as are all other British Army officers.

The regimental march of the RMP is "The Watchtower" or "Hoch Heidecksburg", originally a German Army marching tune from 1912 by Rudolf Herzer. The RMP motto is Exemplo Ducemus, Latin for "By example, shall we lead". (WIKIPEDIA)

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews Write a review

We Also Recommend

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews Write a review