The RAF Police

Books featuring the history and activities of the RAF Police

Originally called the Provost Marshal's Branch, the RAF Police has been in existence since 1918 and since that date its officers have performed a variety of roles at home and abroad. Our unique collection of books catalogues the history of the RAF Police and records its many activities over the years.
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RAF Police Dogs on Patrol

by Stephen R Davies
A history of the training and deployment of Police Dogs by the Royal Air Force Police since 1942
RAF history
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RAF Police: Bombay to Ascension 1918-2007

by Stephen R Davies
A history of RAF Police activities in Australasia, Asia, South America and the South Atlantic
RAF history
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RAF Police: Cape Town to Kabul 1918-2006

by Stephen R Davies
A history of RAF Police activities in Africa, the Mediterranean, the Middle East, Iraq and Afghanistan
RAF History
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RAF Police: Operations in Europe 1918-2005

by Stephen R Davies
A record of RAF Police activities in Europe since the formation of the Provost Marshal's Branch in 1918
RAF history
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RAF Police: The Great Escape Murders

by Stephen R Davies


An account of the postwar RAF Police investigation into the murders of 50 RAF POWs from Stalag Luft III in 1944
Fiction/RAF
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The Hamburg Dossier

by John Law


A retired RAF Police officer returns to Germany to reinvestigate a 50-year-old murder mystery
Military humour
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Those Bloomin' Snowdrops!

edited by Stephen R Davies 


RAF Police officers recall amusing incidents witnessed in the line of duty
Military humour
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More Bloomin' Snowdrops!

by Stephen R Davies


Another light-hearted look at life in the RAF Police
RAF memoirs
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Nobody's Hero

by Bernard Hart Hallam


Experiences of an RAF police officer in WW2 in the UK and subsequently France, Holland and Germany after D-Day
military memoir
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Whitecap Two-Five

By Stephen R Davies
A Royal Air Force Policeman’s experiences at home and abroad, 1975-2000