The regimental march of the RMP is "The Watchtower" or "Hoch Heidecksburg", originally a German Army marching tune from 1912 by Rudolf Herzer.The RMP motto is Exemplo Ducemus, Latin for "By example, shall we lead".On 6 April 1992, the RMP amalgamated into the Adjutant General's Corps (AGC), where they form part of the AGC's Provost Branch.Non-commissioned members of the RMP receive their basic training as soldiers at the Army Training Centre in Pirbright.
Although technically two independent corps, they effectively functioned as a single organisation.
The Royal Navy Police and RAF Police also have reciprocal police powers over British Army personnel.
Where service personnel are deployed overseas, the Royal Military Police are often called upon to provide a complete policing service.
RMP commissioned officers attend the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, as do all other British Army officers.
Other ranks recruits undertake their phase 1, Common Military Syllabus (Recruits) training at the Army Training Regiment in Winchester.
This may include the power to regulate vehicular and pedestrian traffic, close or restrict access, or to direct civilians to leave Military land to which the byelaws apply.