Military Police

The Military Police are headed by a Chief who directly reports to Minister of Defence.

Military Police

The Military Police Corps was set up on 21 January 1991. Within the provisions of the Czech Law No. 300/2013 Col., on the Military Police, they are responsible for police protection of armed forces, military facilities, military material and other state property controlled by the Ministry of Defence of the Czech Republic. The Military Police are the professional force.

As of 1 July 2003, Military Police officers are equipped with accessories black in colour, including their distinctive feature - the black beret.


Military Police Headquarters
Rooseveltova 620/23
CZ 161 05 Prague 6 – Dejvice
Czech Republic


Phone: +420 973 215 800
Fax: +420 973 215 901
E-mail: Contact the Czech Military Police at
Czech web site:

Chief of the Military Police:

Deputy Chief of the Military Police:


The structure is based on a territorial principle. The Military Police subordinated headquarters are located in Prague, at Tabor, and at Olomouc.

Military Police officers are assigned directly to military units, and they form also part of military contingents/units/detachments of the Armed Forces of the Czech Republic on foreign deployments and within NATO structures.

Foreign Deployments:

The Military Police officers served within contingents/units of the Armed Forces of the Czech Republic on foreign operations on the territory of Iraq and on the Balkans (till November 2011 in Kosovo), and from March 2007 to 2009 its former SOG unit (Special Operation Group) also served in southern Afghanistan in the Helmand Province. They participated also in two Baltic Air Policing missions in Lithuania. At present, they serve with units of the Czech Resolute Support Task Force in Afghanistan, in the MFO mission in the Sinai, and within NATO structures.

Contact person: MAJ Lenka Haberova, MBA
Phone: +420 973 215 826

September 10, 2018