On 28 May 1965 a Section of 1 Div Pro Coy (1st Division Provost Company) arrived in South Vietnam. This section was increased in strength and became AFV Pro Unit (Australian Force Vietnam Provost Unit), with a maximum strength of 4 Officers and 65 ORs from Australia, with RAAF Service Police, RNZ Provosts (Royal New Zealand Provosts), US Military Police and Regimental Police from various units attached. The Army Special Investigation Branch (SIB) served in Vietnam as well, detecting and investigating serious crime among Australian troops.
Brief summary of the Australian MP Organisation in Vietnam
MP Service Police Notebook
Combined Police Forces Badge
Picture - Typical MP uniform for Vung Tau & Saigon
Brief info - Discipline of Troops
Pic - MP TAOR patrol at Nui Dat
CPL Ian Brown - KIA
Australian Order of Battle 1962-1972
My First Patrol - Story by Bat Onley
Operation MATILDA 1970
Australian MPs at TET 1968
Private Ferriday Murders - Christmas Day 1970
Song - "Cheap Charlie"
Story about MP Patrols 1965/66