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Non home office police officer

Details of standard

This standard has options. Display duties and KSBs for:

Occupation summary

This occupation is found in non Home Office Police Forces. These include, but are not restricted to, the Royal Navy Police, the Royal Military Police, Civil Nuclear Constabulary and Ministry of Defence Police.

The broad purpose of the occupation is to provide policing and or investigative activity, with some forces having specific responsibility for protecting the personnel, assets and/or infrastructure of their organisation and that of the public.

In their daily work, an employee in this occupation interacts with the public, their organisation management chain/chain of command, other colleagues who support policing activities and other Law Enforcement Agencies in the UK and potentially overseas. The employee will conduct both internal and external activities regardless of the prevailing weather conditions. Additionally the employee maybe be expected to participate in a shift system which will include working during unsociable hours such night time and weekend duties.

An employee in this occupation will be responsible for proactive and reactive policing so employees can expect to undertake a wide variety of duties to deliver a law enforcement effect within the scope of their jurisdiction and organisational outputs. They will be expected to use initiative in assessing situations and take responsibility for implementing appropriate processes to manage them. These situations could range from routine, prescriptive, well defined activities through to the management of complex scenarios which are uncertain and less familiar. Regardless of the nature of the situation the individual will be accountable for their actions which must be compliant with policy and legislation, documented and justified. Tasks undertaken will include, but are not limited to, patrolling, both on foot and by vehicle; conducting risk assessments; ensuring safety for all involved; preserving crime scenes; conducting arrests, interviewing individuals, victims, witnesses and suspects; preparing and presenting reports in a range of judicial processes; assisting other Law Enforcement Agencies as required. In the course of routine duties some employees will carry, and where the situation requires, deploy firearms. Yet again this activity must be compliant and justified. The importance and responsibility of the employee’s role cannot be underestimated, and their actions may impact on the lives of those within their jurisdiction. Compliance with overarching legislation, including but not restricted to the Human Rights Act and the Victims Code, is therefore of paramount importance. Although the employee will receive strategic direction and supervision, they will be individually responsible for, and work autonomously, during the tactical delivery of their activity.

Typical job titles include:

Authorised Firearms Officer Service Police Officer Non Home Office Police Officer

Entry requirements

Whilst any entry requirements will be a matter for individual agencies and forces, typically an apprentice will be required to meet security vetting requirements. Additionally Option 1 is regulated by the Firearms Guidance held by the College of Policing

Core occupation duties

Duty

KSBs

Duty 1 The employee is responsible for conducting foot and vehicle patrols

K1 K2 K3 K65

S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 2 The employee is responsible for the correct use of equipment and maintaining the condition of equipment at user level when required

K4 K5 K6

S5 S6 S8

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 3 The employee is individually responsible for the collation and sharing of information and intelligence for the purposes of policing

K7 K8

S2 S9 S10

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 4 The employee is individually responsible for conducting risk and threat analyses across a wide range of situations

K2 K5 K65

S4 S6

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 5 The employee is individually responsible for their effective response to incidents

K1 K3 K8 K65

S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7 S10 S11 S12 S15

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 6 The employee is individually responsible for the effective and compliant conduct of searches of people, vehicles, or other places

K1 K5 K8 K9

S1 S6 S7 S10 S21

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 7 The employee is individually responsible for the preservation of a crime scene when attending as the first officer on the scene

K5 K10 K16 K65

S3 S4 S6 S20

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 8 The employee is individually responsible for their compliant conduct in the management of conflict situations

K1 K3 K4 K5 K11 K65

S1 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 9 The employee is individually responsible for the correct conduct of the arrest of a person and their subsequent immediate detention

K1 K3 K4 K5 K9 K10 K65

S1 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7 S13

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 10 The employee is individually responsible for the conduct and effectiveness of interviews of victims and witnesses at initial incidents

K1 K5 K8 K12 K13

S1 S2 S10 S13 S14 S15

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 11 The employee is individually responsible for the preparation and subsequent submission of reports which detail the information, inclusive of intelligence, gleaned from attendance at an initial incident

K8 K13

S2 S10

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 12 The employee is responsible for their individual adherence to and promotion of the code of ethics, values and practices

K1

S15

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 13 The employee is individually responsible for fostering a collaborative approach and working effectively with policing colleagues and partners

K14

S1 S15

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 14 The employee is individually responsible for effective engagement with the community and this may include, but is not restricted to the provision of Crime Reduction advice.

K15

S16 S17

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Option Duties


Authorised Firearms Officer duties

Duty

KSBs

Duty 23 The employee is individually responsible for the issue, carriage, deployment and post deployment of firearms

K20 K21 K22 K23 K24 K25 K26 K27 K28 K29 K30 K31 K32

S23 S24 S25 S26 S27 S28 S29 S30 S31 S32 S33 S34 S35

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 24 The employee is individually responsible for carrying, handling and shooting police firearms

K33 K34 K35 K36 K37

S36 S37 S38 S39 S40 S41 S42 S43 S44 S45 S46 S47 S48 S57

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 25 The employee is responsible for participating in armed containment

K38 K39 K40 K41 K42

S49 S50 S51 S52 S53 S54 S55

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 26 The employee is responsible for dealing with subjects on foot, in vehicles, in buildings or in other structures

K43 K44 K45 K46 K65

S56 S57 S58 S59 S60 S61 S62 S63 S64 S65 S66 S67 S68

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 27 The employee is responsible for performing a single system of search

K47 K48 K49 K50 K64 K65

S50 S51 S52 S56 S68 S69 S70 S71 S72 S73

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 28 The employee is responsible for conducting armed searches in the open

K51 K52 K53 K54 K55 K65

S56 S74 S75 S76 S77 S78 S79 S80

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 29 The individual is responsible for using less lethal weapons (D11 launcher and J1-4 taser)

K56 K57 K58 K59 K60 K61 K65

S51 S56 S81 S82 S83

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 30 The employee is individually responsible for providing first aid in armed operations

K62 K63

S52 S57 S84 S85

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7


Investigative Officer duties

Duty

KSBs

Duty 15 The employee is individually responsible for conducting effective and compliant criminal and non-criminal investigations

K1 K13 K17 K18 K65

S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7 S9 S10 S13 S14 S15 S18 S19 S21 S22

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 16 The employee is individually responsible for affecting lawful arrests as a result of evidence obtained during an investigation

K1 K3 K4 K5 K9 K11 K12 K65

S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7 S13 S15

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 17 The employee is individually responsible for obtaining detailed evidence and information from victims, suspects and witnesses

K1 K5 K8 K12 K13

S1 S2 S7 S13 S14 S15 S19

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 18 The employee is responsible for the provision of on-going support to victims, witnesses and vulnerable persons

K1 K12 K65

S4 S13 S14 S19

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 19 The employee is individually responsible for the appropriate application of forensic techniques and skills to recover and preserve evidence

K5 K16

S6 S20 S21

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 20 The employee is individually responsible for the lawfully seizure of evidence during the investigative process to build a case

K5 K8 K16

S2 S5 S18 S21

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 21 The employee must be able to use police electronic equipment, applications and systems effectively for an investigative purpose

K5 K19

S22

B1 B2 B4 B5 B6 B7

Duty 22 It employee is individually responsible for concluding investigations by presenting case papers for court or other hearings

K1 K8 K12 K17 K18

S1 S2 S10 S13 S14 S18 S19

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7


KSBs

Knowledge

K1: The codes of ethics and values and standards, including duty of care to both colleagues and others, and this may include but is not restricted to equality, diversity and human rights Back to Duty

K2: The threat posed by the prevailing security situation and any policy/measures to mitigate the risk Back to Duty

K3: The policy and statutory powers to effectively manage incidents. This may include but is not restricted to; responding to incidents, preserving scenes and evidence when necessary; arrest, detain and report individuals safely and lawfully; risk manage health and safety for self and for others Back to Duty

K4: Authorised equipment and physical resources is to be used in the execution of their duty Back to Duty

K5: The management of health and safety for self and for others Back to Duty

K6: Available technology for use in a policing and investigate environment Back to Duty

K7: The policy and legislative obligations concerned in the recovery, handling and management of information and intelligence Back to Duty

K8: Gathering, submitting and sharing information and intelligence to further policing-related outcomes Back to Duty

K9: The policy and statutory powers used to methodically search individuals or vehicles Back to Duty

K10: The preservation of evidence including; persons, areas, property or premises Back to Duty

K11: The principles of conflict resolution using communication skills and the application to physical protection and restraint Back to Duty

K12: The policy for the management of suspects, victims and witnesses paying attention to vulnerable individuals or groups Back to Duty

K13: The policy, procedures and legislative obligation in the production of written submissions to support the justice system Back to Duty

K14: The inter-dependent areas of policing. This will include but is not restricted to; other policing or law enforcements agencies; organisations within the justice system; governmental and non-governmental departments and agencies Back to Duty

K15: The diversity of individuals, groups and neighbourhoods in their community and ways in which they may help to develop partnership working to address local community and policing issues, problems or concerns Back to Duty

K16: The requirements and processes for the assured recovery or preservation of evidence to maintain its integrity for future exploitation Back to Duty

K17: The organisational support and obligations to the justice system Back to Duty

K18: The policy, legislative requirements and statutory powers to be applied to the investigation of criminal and non-criminal matters Back to Duty

K19: The electronic equipment, applications and systems used within their organisation. How they are effectively used in the detection or deterrence of crime Back to Duty

K20: What is an authorised firearms officer (AFO) Back to Duty

K21: What is fitness for armed duty and personal responsibility in relation to it Back to Duty

K22: What needs to be recorded and where, in relation to the issue and carriage of firearms and related equipment Back to Duty

K23: The legislation and national guidelines relating to carrying a police firearm Back to Duty

K24: The different methods of carriage of a police firearms in accordance with procedures Back to Duty

K25: The authorities for deployment of AFOs Back to Duty

K26: The criteria for deployment of AFOs Back to Duty

K27: When an AFO may self-deploy Back to Duty

K28: The key benefits and considerations of post deployment procedures following the deployment of AFOs Back to Duty

K29: The role of the post incident manager (PIM) Back to Duty

K30: The criteria for post incident investigation and the difference between a mandatory and voluntary referral Back to Duty

K31: The roles/responsibilities specific to the post incident process Back to Duty

K32: Who may become key police witnesses Back to Duty

K33: The legislation and national guidelines relating to shooting a police firearm Back to Duty

K34: The factors to be considered prior to shooting a police firearm Back to Duty

K35: How to respond appropriately to vulnerable persons in a firearm situation Back to Duty

K36: The appropriate points of aim when shooting a police firearm Back to Duty

K37: The police firearms shooting positions Back to Duty

K38: What is meant by "containment" in a firearms situation Back to Duty

K39: How to carry out a dynamic risk assessment Back to Duty

K40: Considerations in relation to sieges Back to Duty

K41: The different roles within the context of the wider police operation to support the achievement of operational strategies and priorities for action in relation to containment in a firearm situation Back to Duty

K42: The different methods of containment in a firearms situation Back to Duty

K43: The range of tactical actions to deal with subjects on foot in a firearms situation Back to Duty

K44: The range of tactical actions to deal with subjects in a vehicle in a firearms situation Back to Duty

K45: The additional considerations when responding to vehicle as weapon attacks Back to Duty

K46: The range of tactical actions to deal with subjects in a building or other structure in a firearms situation Back to Duty

K47: Emergency search Back to Duty

K48: The circumstances under which an emergency search can be conducted Back to Duty

K49: The resource considerations for emergency search Back to Duty

K50: Search terminology Back to Duty

K51: The considerations/tactics for open area searches Back to Duty

K52: The specialist support and equipment that should be considered when searching for subjects in the open Back to Duty

K53: The specialist support and equipment that should be considered when performing open country searches Back to Duty

K54: The considerations for cover and movement Back to Duty

K55: The procedures for cover and movement Back to Duty

K56: The different less lethal weapons Back to Duty

K57: The intended use of less lethal weapons Back to Duty

K58: The legislation/guidelines in relation to the carriage of less lethal weapons Back to Duty

K59: The legislation/guidelines in relation to the use of less than lethal weapons in a policing operation Back to Duty

K60: The post deployment procedures after use of a less lethal weapon in a policing operation Back to Duty

K61: The proportionate and lawful use of force in line with legal accountabilities Back to Duty

K62: First aid Back to Duty

K63: Tactics in a firearms situation Back to Duty

K64: The room entry principles when conducting emergency search Back to Duty

K65: The National Decision Making (NDM) or equivalent process Back to Duty

Skills

S1: Demonstrate effective communication in accordance with the varied needs of differing situations, individuals, groups and communities. Use own communication skills to manage planned and uncertain situations, and to persuade/lead others as needed Back to Duty

S2: Gather, handle and accurately assess information and intelligence from appropriate sources to support law enforcement and to maximise policing effectiveness Back to Duty

S3: Analyse all available information to make threat assessments and manage conflict situations in policing through leadership, and deal with a wide range of behaviours and incidents, taking personal accountability for the use of proportionate and justifiable responses and actions Back to Duty

S4: Analyse all available information to be able to assess the risks and threats posed by the situation to allow for the best possible outcome. In doing so use the national decision making model or equivalent to influence the thought process behind decisions and activity Back to Duty

S5: Demonstrate proficient use of authorised equipment, this may include but is not restricted to communications and personnel protection assets Back to Duty

S6: Demonstrate the correct use of health and safety procedures and demonstrate an understanding of individual responsibility Back to Duty

S7: Demonstrate appropriate use of statutory powers and policy to manage suspects, victims and witnesses across various challenging situations, conducting all actions in a balanced, proportionate and justifiable manner. This may include but is not restricted to arrest and search Back to Duty

S8: Identify the appropriate situation to use authorised equipment, including communications and personnel protection assets and able to effect user maintenance or apply the procedures for the management of damaged or inoperable equipment Back to Duty

S9: Take measures to ensure that security, integrity and confidentiality of information is maintained, using appropriate policy and legislation concerned with the management of information Back to Duty

S10: Generate written submissions and reports. This will include the management and storage of such items and their disclosure when appropriate Back to Duty

S11: Provide an initial and ongoing response to incidents, which can be complex, confrontational and life- threatening, to bring about the best possible outcomes Back to Duty

S12: Provide an initial response to crime scenes, where encountered, that require the management and preservation of evidence and or exhibits Back to Duty

S13: Identify those individuals who are considered vulnerable and manage them in accordance with policy and legislation Back to Duty

S14: Provide support for victims and witnesses, inclusive of those who are deemed to be vulnerable, at policing incidents. This includes giving advice to identify and access sources of additional support (or accessing sources on behalf of individuals) and post-incident help, and where appropriate, delivering any necessary follow-up assistance Back to Duty

S15: Apply and promote the codes of ethics and values and standards in the delivery of all aspect of their duties Back to Duty

S16: Demonstrate working alongside partner organisations or as part of a multi-disciplinary team to improve, mitigate and solve community problems, issues or concerns. This my include, but is not restricted the provision of Crime Reduction advice Back to Duty

S17: Engage in community activity. This for example could include schools or community groups and maybe collaborative activity with other stakeholders such as law enforcement agencies Back to Duty

S18: Use the appropriate policy, legislative requirements and statutory powers when conducting investigation in to criminal and non-criminal matters Back to Duty

S19: Provide support to vulnerable people and assess their needs for further support, including providing advice on accessing that support Back to Duty

S20: Preserve and manage crime scenes whilst also developing forensic strategies to exploit evidential opportunities from available material Back to Duty

S21: Recover, manage and, where appropriate, dispose of evidence in accordance with policy and in line with statutory obligations Back to Duty

S22: Demonstrate the use electronic equipment, applications and systems used in a policing and investigational context Back to Duty

S23: Be able to issue firearms in accordance with national procedures Back to Duty

S24: Recognise when an AFO is deployed Back to Duty

S25: Demonstrate loading, make ready and unloading a police firearm in accordance with procedures Back to Duty

S26: Be able to identify the characteristics and capabilities of firearms, ammunition, ballistics, protection Back to Duty

S27: Demonstrate the different carriages of a police firearm Back to Duty

S28: Deploy operationally as an AFO in accordance with set procedures and authorities Back to Duty

S29: Carry out post deployment procedures Back to Duty

S30: Identify the key benefits and considerations of post deployment procedures following the deployment of AFOs Back to Duty

S31: Be able to recognise the criteria for post incident investigation and the difference between a mandatory and voluntary referral Back to Duty

S32: Describe the roles/responsibilities specific to the post incident process Back to Duty

S33: Summarise the immediate post incident command considerations. (LO 7). Back to Duty

S34: Recognise who are key police witnesses Back to Duty

S35: Review own performance objectively and take steps to maintain and enhance competence and professional standards appropriate to the role Back to Duty

S36: Demonstrate competence in a range of tactical options commensurate with the AFO role Back to Duty

S37: Be able to apply procedures and legislation in relation to shooting a police firearm and in line with policy and guidance Back to Duty

S38: Demonstrate competence with a range of weapons and tactical equipment appropriate to the role Back to Duty

S39: Demonstrate appropriate handling of a police firearm Back to Duty

S40: Demonstrate accuracy in shooting a police firearm Back to Duty

S41: Demonstrate the appropriate action to deal with a weapon malfunction Back to Duty

S42: Shoot the weapon accurately from the standing, kneeling and prone position if appropriate to the weapon Back to Duty

S43: Shoot accurately having moved dynamically between different shooting positions Back to Duty

S44: Shoot accurately at close range Back to Duty

S45: Shoot accurately using cover Back to Duty

S46: Shoot the firearm to the required national minimum standard of accuracy Back to Duty

S47: Shoot accurately whilst on approach and withdrawal Back to Duty

S48: Demonstrate the correct reload drill Back to Duty

S49: Demonstrate competence in a range of tactical options commensurate with their AFO role Back to Duty

S50: Be able to work effectively in a team to achieve shared objectives, demonstrating awareness of individual differences and providing support as required Back to Duty

S51: Respond to conflict situations using a range of tactical options, assessing the threat to determine a proportionate response in line with legislation, policy and guidance Back to Duty

S52: Assess the immediacy and proximity of threat in order to make operational decisions for the protection of life Back to Duty

S53: Apply nationally recognised techniques associated with containment in a firearms situation Back to Duty

S54: Demonstrate a physical overt or discreet containment Back to Duty

S55: Be able to carry out a dynamic risk assessment in a firearms situation Back to Duty

S56: Apply the National Decision Model to manage the response to a situation in a reasonable and proportionate way Back to Duty

S57: Demonstrate good and effective communication skills with the ability to listen to others Back to Duty

S58: Be able to act with discretion and emotional intelligence to manage conflict and defuse difficult situations Back to Duty

S59: Perform Overt Interception in a police firearms situation Back to Duty

S60: Perform a Challenge from Cover in a police firearms situation Back to Duty

S61: Demonstrate safely approaching a stationary vehicle making best use of cover Back to Duty

S62: Demonstrate safely approaching a stationary vehicle making best use of cover Back to Duty

S63: Use appropriate portable ballistic protection Back to Duty

S64: Be able to plan a simple approach to a building Back to Duty

S65: Plan and participate in a limited entry, as part of a team Back to Duty

S66: Consider contingencies when conducting a limited entry Back to Duty

S67: Perform the role of shield officer, cover officer and support officer when conducting a limited entry as part of a team Back to Duty

S68: Demonstrate the correct non-verbal tactical communication (NVTC) as required Back to Duty

S69: Perform the roles of number one, two, support and front cover during an emergency search Back to Duty

S70: Demonstrate the different form up configurations correctly when conducting an emergency search Back to Duty

S71: Perform emergency search with varying officer numbers Back to Duty

S72: Demonstrate correct initial setup on a closed inward/outward opening and open door Back to Duty

S73: Demonstrate correct positioning within the team prior to entry Back to Duty

S74: Understand own role within the context of the wider police operation to support the achievement of operational strategies and priorities for action Back to Duty

S75: Competent in a range of tactical options commensurate with own AFO role Back to Duty

S76: Perform searches in the open as part of a pair Back to Duty

S77: Perform searches in the open as part of a larger team Back to Duty

S78: Perform open country searches in context with role Back to Duty

S79: Perform cover and movement as a pair Back to Duty

S80: Perform cover and movement as part of a team Back to Duty

S81: Gather and handle information and intelligence from a variety of sources, to assess threat in line with legislation, policies and guidance to take the appropriate action Back to Duty

S82: Demonstrate competence in the use of Taser Back to Duty

S83: Demonstrate competence in the use of the Launcher Back to Duty

S84: Provide medical aid commensurate with training as required to preserve life Back to Duty

S85: Demonstrate competence in the provision of ballistic first aid Back to Duty

Behaviours

B1: Professional integrity. Maintain the highest standards of professionalism and trustworthiness, making sure that values, moral codes and ethical standards are always upheld, including challenging others where appropriate Back to Duty

B2: Take ownership. Being accountable and taking ownership for own role and responsibilities, whilst being effective and willing to take appropriate, justifiable risks. Notwithstanding this, have the situational awareness to understand own limitations in ability or authority and seek guidance and support when unsure Back to Duty

B3: Emotionally aware. The ability to understand and manage emotion in stressful situations and environments. Understand that the views and beliefs of others, based on culture, background and experiences may not always align with our own, thereby treating people with sensitivity, compassion and warmth Back to Duty

B4: Innovative and open minded. Constantly look for ways to improve the individual and the organisation. Be outward looking, inquisitive and creative when considering the development and implementation of working practices. Reflect on individual and team performance, acknowledging success and mistakes, and ask how could I do better Back to Duty

B5: Collaborative. Build effective relationships with colleagues and other partners thereby allowing for the sharing of information, skills and knowledge. This mutually beneficial approach will remove boundaries and contribute to the best possible outcomes and results Back to Duty

B6: Support and Inspire. Know how our individual behaviours impact on the organisation and others. By being a supportive role model create the right climate that will inspire others to maintain performance and professional standards thereby contributing to a positive environment Back to Duty

B7: Critically Analyse. Based on knowledge, experiences and information to hand analyse issues or problems to identify solutions or resolution. But acknowledge that on occasion they may need to seek support and guidance or information from other sources to influence decisions of courses of action Back to Duty


Qualifications

English & Maths

Apprentices without level 2 English and maths will need to achieve this level prior to taking the End-Point Assessment. For those with an education, health and care plan or a legacy statement, the apprenticeship’s English and maths minimum requirement is Entry Level 3. A British Sign Language (BSL) qualification is an alternative to the English qualification for those whose primary language is BSL.


Additional details

Occupational Level:

4

Duration (months):

24

Review

This apprenticeship standard will be reviewed after three years

Status: In development
Proposal approved Standard approved Assessment plan approved
Level: 4
Reference: ST0764
Route: Protective services
Typical duration to gateway: 24 months (this does not include EPA period)
Options: Authorised Firearms Officer, Investigative Officer
Trailblazer contact(s): David.Aaron614@mod.gov.uk
Employers involved in creating the standard: Royal Military Police, Civil Nuclear Constabulary, Ministry of Defence Police, Ministry of Defence Police, Royal Navy Police, Ministry of Defence Police, Civil Nuclear Constabulary

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