The Royal Military Police charities are administered by the Regimental Headquarters (RHQ) Royal Military Police (RMP) and the Regimental Secretary, who is also Secretary to the Trustees. The four RMP Charities are:
1. The RMP Central Benevolent Fund (CBF);
2. The RMP Regimental Fund;
3. The RMP Association (RMPA) Fund; and
4 The RMP Museum Fund.
You can view the Royal Military Police charitable Institutions here.
All RMP charities are controlled by Boards of Trustees, while day-to-day management is vested in the Regimental Secretary. Boards of Trustees meet at least twice per year. The RMP Association (RMPA) holds its Annual General Meeting (AGM) during its Annual Reunion Weekend, which ordinarily falls in mid-May each year.
The Regimental Secretary
Colonel J T Green OBE: Taking early retirement from the Regular Army and succeeding the much respected Lieutenant-Colonel (Retired) John Baber MBE as the Regimental Secretary, I maintain and develop the ethos of the Royal Military Police (RMP) by providing the focus and direction for all RMP Regimental and Heritage matters for serving personnel and veterans together with their dependants, in order to sustain and enhance the operational effectiveness of the Army's police. Reporting to the Provost Marshal (Army), I am responsible for: the co-ordination of all regimental matters; the administration of the Regimental Headquarters (RHQ); implementation of policy decided by Regimental Committees; fiscal management of Regimental Charities and adherence to policies set by the Trustees and the Charities Commission; the administration of Regimental Benevolence working closely with the Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen Association (Forces Help) (SSAFA) (FH)); the Royal British Legion (RBL); and the Army Benevolent Fund (the Soldiers Charity) (ABF). I am also the principal Staff Officer to the Deputy Colonel Commandant (Provost) and both the Honorary and the Deputy-Honorary Colonel, all of which contributes to the Army's Moral Component of Fighting Power. I am also Director of the RMP Museum and Secretary to the Service Police Memorial Chapel Church Council, both of which are located at Southwick Park. Read More here.
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