The role of the Corps of Military Police varied during the Second World War. In 1946, King George VI granted the 'Royal' prefix in recognition of their service.
On 10th April 1941, members of 2/3 Traffic Control Company, Corps of Military Police demonstrated new methods of directing vehicles in Ballynure, Co. Antrim.
Lance Corporal Patrick Grimley of Portadown, Co. Armagh served in the Corps of Military Police. He was a prisoner of war on the ill-fated S.S Scillin in 1942.
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