The RAF Police formed on 1 April 1918. At the end of WWII there were 500 officers & 20,000 NCOs in the RAFP. In Jan 1947 the RAF Provost Branch became a specialist branch in the RAF. In Dec 1950 King George VI, approved the Griffin badge & motto ‘Fiat Justitia'. By 2009, the RAFP had, since 1918, served in 66 countries around the globe and today are in the forefront of the war against terrorism. This is the first time the full story of the branch has been told.