About this site

Welcome to the website of the Military Police Command stationed in the Tábor garrison, a proud holder of the honorary title of "Tábor Hussites". Our Command is one of the subordinate units of Military Police Main Headquarters in Prague. The aim of this site is to provide you with the maximum and exhaustive amount of information about our Command to the extent permitted by the Press Law and Legal Standards of the Ministry of Defense of the Czech Republic.

Successful fulfillment of the tasks laying ahead for our Command is based on the collective professional work of all of our members. On these pages, you have the opportunity to learn about the tasks we perform, the training we do, and about our service vehicles and weaponry. In addition, you can view the photogallery from training and foreign deployments.

Since the english version of the pages is under construction you may find useful browsing the czech version of the pages for any interesting pictures.

 

COL Roman Bis, (OF-5) CZE

Commander

Military Police Command Tábor

Czech military police instructors deployed to Iraq

Published: 5.2.2018 Author: Ivan Pytela

The Czech Republic sent another Military Police Training Unit to Iraq on Sunday February 4, where the unit will help train local forces.

Czech military police took over the chairmanship of NATO Multinational Battalion

Published: 12.12.2017 Author: Ivan Pytela

The Czech MP chief Brigadier General Pavel Kříž took over the chairmanship of the NATO Multinational Military Police Battalion (NATO MNMPBAT) on Wednesday, December 6, from Colonel Michal Migát, Director of the Slovak Military Police, who held this position last year.

Czech MP Chief visits NATO MP COE

Published: 22.6.2016 Author: Ivan Pytela

The Czech Military Police Chief, Brigadier General Pavel KŘÍŽ visited the NATO Military Police Centre of Excellence on June 22, 2016.  ...

MNMPBAT at the SHARP LYNX-16 exercise in Poland

Published: 7.6.2016 Author: Ivan Pytela

NATO Multinational Military Police Battalion made up of soldiers from the Czech Republic, Croatia, Poland, Slovakia, and the U.S., is involved in the SHARP LYNX-16 exercise, taking place in the vicinity of Minsk Mazowiecki.

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