Canadian Forces Provost Marshal (CFPM)
- 1Christmas dinner for guests of The Ottawa Mission
- 2Comd Canadian Army and Cpl J.J.E. Healey exchanged tunics
- 3Article 5 NATO Medal for Sgt T Murphy
- 4Double the fun
Christmas dinner for guests of The Ottawa MissionMembers of the LF MP Gp, other Canadian Army personnel and volunteers served Christmas dinner for guests of The Ottawa Mission on Sunday, December 16, 2012 in downtown Ottawa. More...
Comd Canadian Army and Cpl J.J.E. Healey exchanged tunicsIn accordance with tradition, LGen P.J. Devlin, Comd Canadian Army and Cpl J.J.E. Healey, 33 MP Pl exchanged tunics at the Canadian Army Soldier's Christmas Dinner held at Connaught Range and Primary Training Centre All Ranks Mess on December 7, 2012. More...
Article 5 NATO Medal for Sgt T MurphyOn 08 November 2012, Canadian Forces Provost Marshal Col Grubb presented Sgt Tim Murphy with the Article 5 NATO Medal for his service on board HMCS Charlottetown during Operation METRIC. More...
Double the funThis year’s Military Police
“Fill the Cruiser”fundraiser was a great success with the cruiser being filled not once… but twice! Over $1000 will be going to the Military Police Blind Children’s Fund. More...
Welcome to the Canadian Forces Provost Marshal/CF Military Police Group website.
The Canadian Forces Provost Marshal (CFPM) is responsible for developing policies and plans to guide the management of security and Military Police resources of the Canadian Forces.
The CFPM is the Branch Advisor for the Canadian Forces Military Police Branch. He is also the Commander of the CF Military Police Group, exercising command and control over several Military Police units.
Military Police contribute to the effectiveness and readiness of the Canadian Forces through the provision of professional police, security and custody services domestically and worldwide wherever the CF operate.
The Military Police Branch has more than 2,000 military members augmented by civilian personnel working within more than 90 units and detachments across Canada and at its headquarters in Ottawa.
The CF Military Police: Canada’s Frontline Police Service.
Military Police Support the Troops Pin
1 Military Police Platoon Association (1 MP PL Assoc) recently launched the Military Police Support the Troops commemorative pin. The idea behind this pin is to recognized the supreme efforts made by our brave men and women of the Military Police branch. This pin recognizes our current serving and especially our recently fallen members: Cpls Matt Dinning, Randy Payne and Stephen Gibson. All profits realized from the sale of these pins and other memorabilia will be used to support a Military Police Memorial Wall; this wall will be located at the Canadian Forces Military Police Academy, Borden, Ontario
Please support this great cause.
If you wish to place a pin order, please get further details at Sheba Imports. This pin has received a very favourable respond from the public, current serving/retired MPs and other law enforcement agencies.